Full Time

Development Assistant at Children’s Law Center in Washington, DC

Fields: fundraising, children, law, social work,

Location: DC,

About the Organization: The Children’s Law Center helps at-risk children in the District of Columbia find safe, permanent homes and the education, health and social services they need to flourish by providing comprehensive legal services to children, their families and foster and kinship parents. CLC is committed to sharing its expertise with the community, other professionals and policymakers through training, technical assistance and systemic advocacy. Our current focus is on abused and neglected children, children with special education and health needs and children who witness domestic violence.

About the Position: The development assistant provides cross-departmental support on a wide range of development goals and activities. Toward that end, the assistant manages the donor database, processes donations and acknowledgments, provides event management support, and researches donors. The development assistant supports the executive director and chief development officer, as well as the governing and emeritus boards. The development assistant directly reports to the development manager.

Special Requirements/Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree
  • Excellent attention to detail and organizational skills; Excellent professional judgment and ability to maintain confidential information
  • Ability to work efficiently and problem-solve; Ability to manage multiple assignments through clear and direct communication
  • Experience with databases a plus
  • Event planning experience a plus

Estimated Salary: $36,000 + excellent benefits

Deadline: November 5, 2018

Apply Here:
Children’s Law Center in Washington, DC


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