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Administrative Associate

NCRPRemote or Washington, District of Columbia, United States

NCRP is hiring a Remote Administrative Associate

Administrative Associate, Strategic Programs Division
National Committee for Responsive Philanthropy (NCRP)
Remote (headquarters in Washington, DC)
Salary Range: $50,000-65,000
Reports to:NCRP’s Field Director; NCRP’s Vice President and Chief Strategy Officer


Do you want towork in operations and events management in a growing, progressive nonprofit that is small enough to be nimble and innovate, but influential enough to punch way above its weight?

Do you have impeccable attention to detail, enjoy the people side of organizations, and love creative problem solving?

Do you live for streamlining and innovating internal systems, structures, and processes to help organizations do their best work?

TheNational Committee for Responsive Philanthropy (NCRP)seeks an Administrative Associate to help support movement groups pushing foundations and donors to be better partners and allies in social change.
 
About NCRP:Founded in 1976, NCRP works with movement groups to advocate for philanthropy that serves the public interest, functions with the highest standards of integrity and openness, and is held accountable to communities with the least wealth and opportunity. We seek to move more and better resources to frontline organizations fighting for immigrant justice, Black lives and liberation, climate justice, reproductive access, gender justice and more. Learn more at:https://www.ncrp.org/


About the Position:TheAdministrative Associate for Strategic Program will support our Field, Membership and Research Departments, serving as the program team’s liaison to the Operations Division and taking the lead on internal and external scheduling, database support, file and information management, budget updates and more.


Responsibilities: 

 

Event Logistics Support

  • Support set-up for virtual and in-person events.
  • Maintain our yearly conference calendar, monitoring proposal and registration deadlines.
  • Write event summaries for our website.
  • Book travel, registration and lodging for Field, Membership, and Research staff travel.
  • Ensure timely submission of post-travel debriefs, presentation attendance lists, and expenses.
  • Support coordination with Communications/Marketing staff on event logistics and promotion.

 

Scheduling Support

  • Support the scheduling of internal projects, departmental, and divisional team meetings.
  • Support the scheduling of meetings with external actors, including both close allies and campaign targets, using tools such as Doodle, Outlook, Slack and Basecamp.
  • Support Membership Department’s scheduling with nonprofit member working groups.


Salesforce Database Support

  • Support staff in adding interactions and indicators from calls and emails to Salesforce
  • Update key contact and account information
  • Upload attendance lists in collaboration with our IT (Information Technology) team
  • Generate Salesforce reports as directed

 

Miscellaneous Administrative Support for Programs

  • Assist with organizing virtual files in our SharePoint system for greater ease of use.
  • Liase with Operations staff on project budgets and other administrative systems.
  • Support information gathering for evaluative purposes.

 

Qualifications:

  • At least 1-2 administrative/operations experience you can apply to a nimble nonprofit environment, including strong scheduling and calendar management chops.
  • Demonstrated experience managing online and in-person events, for small groups and large audiences alike.
  • Highly organized, with excellent attention to detail, often finding and fixing mistakes, or issues before anyone else notices them.
  • Adept at prioritization and multi-tasking, able to juggle competing demands without sacrificing quality and adapting to shifts in deadlines or plans.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills and a reputation as a collaborative team player.
  • Able to work well autonomously and with others to achieve organizational goals, including proactively managing up and across to get things done.
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office, especially Word, Excel and PowerPoint and at least a basic working knowledge of Salesforce and Zoom.
  • Committed to NCRP’s mission with an affinity for social justice movements. Experience with community-based organizing is a strong plus, experience with foundations or philanthropy useful, but not required.

 
Why you’ll want to come to work each day: 

  • You’re working on a diverse staff of value-driven, smart, creative, and kind people.
  • Your skills will strengthen our efforts to help influence how billions of dollars of charitable dollars are given away.
  • Your administrative chops will help create a world where philanthropy’s behavior matches movement priorities, rather than the other way around.
  • NCRP doesn’t shy away from a fight.

 

Compensation

The position offers an annual base salary of $50,000–65,000 depending on experience. NCRP also offers an exceptionally generous benefits package, including acontribution of 8% by employer to retirement account (no match required) and 100% paid medical and dental insurance premiums. This is a remote position.

 

Application Instructions

To apply, please upload a cover letter and resume.The position will be filled as soon as the right candidate has been identified. Expected start date of January 2023.

NCRP is an equal opportunity employer and strongly encourages people of color, people with disabilities, women, and LGBTQ-identified candidates to apply. NCRP will provide, excepting any undue hardship, reasonable accommodation, on request, for candidates taking part in all aspects of the selection process.

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Information and Data Director

NCRPRemote or Washington, District of Columbia, United States

NCRP is hiring a Remote Information and Data Director

Information and Data Director
National Committee for Responsive Philanthropy (NCRP)

Remote (headquarters in Washington, DC)
Salary Range: $90,000 to $120,000 depending on experience

NCRP is looking for an Information and Data Director. This is an ideal position for a creative problem solver with technical expertise and a passion for social change. If you have the technical chops to develop an organizational data value chain, lots of innovative ideas on how to streamline information management, and would thrive in a diverse, mission-driven progressive environment, this is the opportunity for you!


About NCRP: NCRP works with movement groups to advocate for philanthropy that serves the public interest, functions with the highest standards of integrity and openness, and is held accountable to communities with the least wealth and opportunity. We seek to move more and better resources to frontline organizations fighting for immigrant justice, Black lives and liberation, climate justice, reproductive access, gender justice and more. Founded in 1976, NCRP is a nimble, mission-driven nonprofit that punches well above its weight in impact and influence. Learn more about NCRP: https://www.ncrp.org/ 

 

About the position:  Reporting directly to the Chief Operating Officer, the Information and Data Director will lead on building an information and data strategy that supports and furthers our organizational theory of change. Working closely with staff to identify key data and information needs and gaps, this person will develop tech solutions to create and maintain an accessible, purposeful, and adaptive data value chain across all of NCRP’s work.

 

 Construct an information and data management strategy for NCRP that elevates and supports ongoing work, specific programmatic goals and the overarching organizational theory of change.

  • Identify critical information, data, and knowledge flow gaps in NCRP’s work and design solutions that fit the diverse needs of stakeholders across the organization
  • Work collaboratively with teams to determine how best to capture critical qualitative and quantitative data from NCRP’s projects and departments
  • Evaluate NCRP’s current tech stack and identify where improvements are required and where existing tech can be leveraged more effectively
  • Streamline internal data uses and channels, building flow and connectivity between different data points for operations, e.g., between financial and CRM data
  • Collaborate closely with the Evaluation Manager and other key staff to ensure NCRP’s data and information structure is aligned with and integral to an overarching, cross-organizational Knowledge Management strategy

Create and champion an internal data and information governance structure, culture and practice aligned with NCRP’s values.

  • Develop guidelines and processes to ensure data security and data quality and manage data-related risks
  • Embed equity considerations across the data value chain / data life cycle
  • Advocate for, and foster, a better understanding of the effective uses of data, working with staff across all departments to ensure their participation in data strategy design
  • Increase staff’s ability to engage with relevant parts of the available tech stack through training and other capacity building opportunities
  • Coordinate with staff to assess and continually improve data strategy and information Management
  • Act as an internal expert and guide for proposals and projects, giving advice on their information and data management strategies


Qualifications (“The What”):

  • Eight to ten years of progressive IT experience, with experience of working on organizational technology solutions preferred
  • Bachelor's degree in relevant field preferred
  • Experience developing or familiarity with data and information management frameworks
  • Experience managing and integrating diverse data sources, including both qualitative and quantitative data
  • Some familiarity with core knowledge management concepts, practices, systems, platforms, frameworks, and tools (preferably in a nonprofit environment) preferred
  • Alignment with NCRP’s values and principles

Keys to Success in the Approach (“The How”):

  • Ability to work well both autonomously and in collaboration with others to achieve organizational goals
  • Demonstrated analytical, organizational, interpersonal, project management, problem solving and communication/presentation skills
  • Highly organized with strong attention to detail
  • Strong sense of ownership and resilience
  • Ability to prioritize and multi-task


Compensation 

The position offers an annual base salary of $90,000–120,000 depending on experience. Benefits include 4 weeks annual vacation, paid healthcare (100%), 8% annual 403(b) contribution (without a requirement for employee matching), and more.


Application Instructions 

To apply, please upload a cover letter and resume. The position will be filled as soon as the right candidate has been identified. Expected start date of February 2023.

 

NCRP is an equal opportunity employer and strongly encourages people of color, people with disabilities, women, and LGBTQ-identified candidates to apply. NCRP will provide, excepting any undue hardship, reasonable accommodation, on request, for candidates taking part in all aspects of the selection process. 

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Communications and Marketing Associate

NCRPRemote or Washington, District of Columbia, United States

NCRP is hiring a Remote Communications and Marketing Associate

Communications and Marketing Associate 
National Committee forResponsivePhilanthropy (NCRP) 
Remote(headquarters in Washington, DC) 
Salary Range: $50,000-65,000 

Are you agreatwriter andmeticulouseditorlooking toadvance progressive values? 
 
Do you nerd out on emailmarketinganddataanalysis, coming up with theperfectA/Bsubject linetest and curating strategiclists that get the right information to the right people? 
 
Have you ever wanted tolord (or lady)over website content and an organizational blog 

TheNational Committee for Responsive Philanthropy (NCRP)is looking fora Communications and Marketing Associatetohelpsupportmovementgroups pushing foundationsand donorstobe betterpartners and allies insocialchange. 
 
About NCRP: NCRP works with movementgroupstoadvocate forphilanthropy that serves the public interest, functions with the highest standards of integrity and openness,andisheld accountable tocommunities with the least wealth and opportunity.We seek to move more and better resources tofrontline organizationsfighting for immigrant justice, Black lives and liberation, climate justice, reproductive access, gender justice and more.Founded in 1976,NCRP isanimble, mission-drivennonprofitthat puncheswellabove its weight in impact and influence.Learn more about NCRP:https://www.ncrp.org/ 

 

About the Position: This person isresponsible forensuringNCRP’semail marketing, website and blogcontent isup to date,engaging, relevant,andreachingthe right peopleat the right time. They providein-house quality control for written material and a continuous feedback loop ofdata analyticstohelp the team know what’s working (and what isn’t). 
 
Leadimplementation ofemail marketing program (40%) 

  • Write and editNCRPe-communications, including contentcuration ofcompelling and timely e-newslettersfor e-list subscribers,member nonprofit groups, and other key audiences.  
  • Trackand analyze data,sharelessons learned with the team,andexperimenttocontinuouslyimproveemail performance and engagementlevels. 
  • Oversee quality control and maintenance for e-lists and databases, making surethey have the relevant information and infrastructureto target sub-groups of subscribers and supporters for maximum impact.  

 
Keep NCRP’s website and blog up-to-date and exciting(30%) 

  • Help source,edit,and publish staff and guestauthorblogs,and coordinatewith colleagues on cross-promotionwith ouremail program, digital presence and, whenrelevant, media outreach.  
  • UpdateNCRP websiteregularlywithmedia mentions, new reports, andother fresh content.  
  • Track and analyze monthly websiteand blogstatistics. 

Communications General Support(30%) 

  • Functionas lead copy editor acrosscommunications and marketing teams. 
  • Work closely with Fieldand Membershipdepartment colleagues to provide communicationsand marketingsupport foron and offline eventpromotionand implementation. 
  •  Serve as a liaison to communications vendors, such as designers, as needed. 
  • Other administrative and departmental duties as assigned. 

 NCRP is a fully remote organization, but some travel to the home office in Washington D.C. as well asrelevant external conferences and meetingsare required. 
  

Qualifications 

  • Demonstrated commitment to social justice and alignment with NCRP’s values and goals. 
  • College degree or equivalent work experience inpublicrelations,strategiccommunications,marketing and/orjournalism.  
  • Minimum of2+ years’professionalexperience inmarketing, journalism,strategiccommunications,or public relations, ideally in a nonprofitor politicalsetting. 
  • Excellent writing and editing skills, with the ability to be persuasive,clear,and concise.  
  • Detail-oriented and organized, skilled at time managementand jugglingmultiple priorities.  
  • Experience with email marketing software(MailChimp, etc), WordPress,and Google Analytics.  
  • High comfortlevelworking with databases, familiarity withCisionand/or Salesforce a plus. 

 

Keys to Success in the Approach (The How): 

  • High volume, high efficiency:We’rebusyhere, andpart ofyour job is tosupport critical communications infrastructure and keepplannedwork movingforward. You canjuggle competing demands and prioritize without sacrificing quality, getback to people in a timely manner,and take pride in providing clear, helpful information.  
  • Meticulous attention to detail:Youaimto leave things better than you found them. As the leadfor e-communications writing, departmental copyediting,and day-to-day managementof subscriber e-lists and website content,you are proactive in noticingand fixing things that others might overlook.  
  • Initiative,ingenuity,and agency:You dive right inwith proactive ideasand creative solutions identifying opportunitiesornewways of doing thingsandquickly adjusting when faced with changes in internal priorities or external context.You often consult withothers but arealso capable of gettingthings rolling without much guidance ifthe goals and guardrails are clear. 
  • ManageUp and Across: You keepyour supervisor and your peersinformed and ask forinput, guidance, or a decisionfrom them or colleagues in other divisionswhen you need it.You can relate well to a variety of individuals and have a reputation as acollaborativeteam player. 
     

Compensation 

The position offers an annual base salary of $50,000–65,000 depending on experience. NCRP also offers an exceptionally generous benefits package. 

Application Instructions 

To apply, please upload a cover letter and resume.The position will be filled as soon as the right candidate has been identified. Expected start date ofDecember 2022 or January 2023.  

NCRP is an equal opportunity employer and strongly encourages people of color, people with disabilities, women, and LGBTQ-identified candidates to apply. NCRP will provide, excepting any undue hardship, reasonableaccommodation, on request, for candidates taking part in all aspects of the selection process. 

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Senior Fundraising Associate

NCRPRemote or Washington, District of Columbia, United States

NCRP is hiring a Remote Senior Fundraising Associate

Senior Fundraising Associate


Job Title:       Development Associate (Foundations)

Reports To:  Senior Director of Foundation Engagement

Location:       Washington, DC or Remote

Salary:            $55,000 - $75,000, depending on experience. Benefits include 4 weeks annual vacation, paid healthcare (100%), 8% annual 403(b) contribution, and more.


Are you ready to fundraise in a growing nonprofit that is small enough to be nimble and innovate, but influential enough to punch way above its weight?   

 

Are you passionate about supporting progressive social movements?  
 

Do you have impeccable attention to detail, enjoy the people side of organizations, love creative problem solving and live for streamlining and innovating internal systems, structures, and processes to help organizations do their best work? 

 

The National Committee for Responsive Philanthropy is seeking qualified candidates for the position of Senior Fundraising Associate. The position reports to NCRP’s Senior Director of Foundation Engagement.

 

The Senior Fundraising Associate is responsible for helping ensure that NCRP is meticulous in its approach to fundraising (primarily from foundations), and delivers on quality to both internal and external stakeholders.  

 

You’ll engage in creating materials, tracking, planning, reporting, communications, and stewardship for our foundation/grantmaker donor base, partners and prospects. NCRP has a $4 million+ annual budget, and much of that income is provided by 140+ foundations. 

 

The National Committee for Responsive Philanthropy’s (NCRP) mission is to promote philanthropy that serves the public good, is responsive to people and communities with the least wealth and opportunity, and is held accountable to the highest standards of integrity and openness. For more information, visit our website at ncrp.org. 

 

Responsibilities include (95%): 

 

  • In collaboration withthe Senior Director of Foundation Engagement, develop high-quality written materials, such as grant proposals, applications, reports, letters, and budgets; and manage donor acknowledgements such as thank you letters;  
  • Track and manage the fundraising workflow such as proposal due dates, reports, etc., and maintain records on existing and future supporters (primarily via our Salesforce database); 
  • Use Salesforce to create and share dashboards of our current prospects and pipeline with leadership;
  • Track foundation revenue and follow up with funders on pending/future commitments;
  • Conduct outreach to funders via e-mail, phone, and other methods as needed;  
  • Collaborate with other NCRP departments such as programs, operations, and communications teams tosubmit quality proposals and maintain effective communication with funders 
  • Organize internal/external fundraising meetings;   
  • Other appropriate duties and responsibilities as assigned by the Senior Director of Foundation Engagement to help the organization meet its fundraising goals. 

 

Contribute to NCRP’s organizational success by keeping up with all required administrative tasks. (5%) 

 

  • Complete and submit timesheets and any other necessary administrative documents in a timely fashion. 
  • Update Bamboo HR with requests for vacation leave, sick leave or other needed time off.    
  • Attend monthly staff meetings. 
  • Attend any necessary All Staff or Department trainings. 

 

Requirements:  


  • 3-5 years of prior fundraising experience required,
  • Knowledge of Salesforce or similar CRM databases
  • Knowledge of philanthropy a plus.
  • Salary commensurate with experience. 



Keys to Success: 
 
Cultural Competence: You share our commitment to advancing racial justice and equity and ensuring an inclusive organizational culture. You have a familiarity with the complexity of issues and obstacles facing communities of color in the philanthropy sector or social justice ecosystem.  


Details Matter:  You are relentless in your attention to detail and creating systems that make sense for everyone.  Not only does this help keep you organized, but others as well. 


Time Management: You can prioritize tasks in order of importance and plan out processes for others easily to follow.  


Physical Requirements: 

The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job.  While performing the duties of this job, the employee is occasionally required to stand, walk, sit and climb stairs. Specific vision abilities required include ability to read printed materials and computer monitors.  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. 

 

NCRP is an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to a racially just, equitable and inclusive workplace. 


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Vice President and Chief External Affairs Officer

NCRPRemote or Washington, District of Columbia, United States

NCRP is hiring a Remote Vice President and Chief External Affairs Officer

Vice President and Chief External Affairs Officer

National Committee for Responsive Philanthropy 

Washington, DCor Remote 

Salary Range:$150,000 to $170,000 


Are you an experiencedseniorleaderand progressive advocate looking to make an impactat agrowing social justice non-profitthatpunches well above its weight? 

 

Are you passionate about fightingsystemic injustice and guided bytheintersectional worldview that, ascivil rights icon Fannie Lou Hamersaid,“nobody’sfree until everybody’sfree? 
 
Are you a dynamic speaker and writercapable ofspeakingtruth to power about what itwould take forphilanthropic institutions to beeffective allies to grassroots movements?  

 
Have you used strategiccommunications toshiftdiscourse andmoveindividuals and institutionstoactionwhilealsostrengtheningyour organization’s brand?Can you buildstrong fundraisingrelationships withfunders - whilealso holding philanthropyaccountableto grantees and the public interest?  

 

The National Committee for Responsive Philanthropy(NCRP)is seeking qualified candidates for thenewly createdposition ofVice President and ChiefExternal AffairsOfficer. The position reports directly to NCRP’s President & CEO and is part of the senior leadership team, along with two other vice presidents. 


About NCRP 
NCRPworks with movements for change topromotephilanthropy that serves thepublic interest,is responsive tocommunities with the least wealth andopportunity,andis held accountable to the highest standards of integrity andopenness. 

 

We envision a just and democratic societythatincludes a robust public sector empowered to protect and extend commonly held resources,social justice movements thatgive voice and power to marginalized communities, andequitable systemsthat enableall peopletoenjoy equal justice, full inclusion,and fair treatment. Philanthropy at its best contributesto this vision byaligning withsocial justice movementsand groupsthat representand engage communities impacted by structural inequality and marginalization. 

 

Founded in 1976, NCRP ispart of a robust ecosystem of organizations advocatingfor philanthropytoleverage and share its power in partnership with social change groups. The annual budget forfiscalyear 2022 was$3.7million.NCRPhas grownsteadily for the past 15 years andis in a period of exciting expansion, with plans toincrease to 26 full-time staffthisyear. The organization isgoverned by a board of directors comprised of leaders inprogressivephilanthropy and movementsfor change. Learn more about NCRP by visiting:https://www.ncrp.org/ 


About the Position:This personis theexecutive leaderof NCRP’sbroadexternal engagement with the philanthropic sector, serving as a high-profile organizational spokesperson and overseeing big picture communications, marketing,and fundraising strategy. 
  

Provide leadership on strategiccommunications/marketingefforts that advance NCRP’s theory of change (30%) 

  • Work with the Director of Strategic Communications to strengthen and expand NCRP’s marketing/branding strategy in alignment withthegoal of reaching target audiences to frame, shape,and shift the philanthropic sector debate. 
  • Serve as the “brand champion” of the organization in internal and external settings.  
  • In partnership with theVP andChief Strategy Officer, ensure alignmentbetween divisionsvis-à-vis cross organizational programmatic initiatives andcampaigns 
  • In partnership with theVP andChief Operating Officer,recruit, hire,and supervise communications and marketing department staff, managetheir performance,providedirection for their tasks and deliverables, anddevelop staff knowledge and skills to ensure theycontinuouslyinnovate, improve,andachieve excellent results. 
     

Oversee strategic fundraising efforts and integrate those efforts with programmatic goals (30%) 

  • Work with the Senior Director of Foundation Engagement to develop and oversee execution of NCRP’s overarching development strategy 
  • Cultivate and nurture NCRP’s relationships with current and prospective funders and work to advance or maintain relationships and secure funding. 
  • Foster strategic partnerships with allied NCRP funders and serve as an advocate for NCRP’s programmatic initiatives and philanthropic accountability work with this audience.  
  • In partnership with theVP andChief Operating Officer,recruit, hire and supervise development staff, managetheir performance,providedirection for their tasks and deliverables, and develop their skills to ensure theycontinuously innovate, improve, and achieve excellent results.  

 

Serve as a keyseniorspokesperson and representative for NCRP (20%) 

  • Represent the organization in high-profile or high-stakes settings, including meetings, conferences/convenings, funder negotiations,and coalitions as required. 
  • Communicate regularly to external audiences in philanthropy about ideas and issues important to the field/NCRP priorities. 
  • Speak to the media when requested to do so by NCRP’s Director of Strategic Communications.  

 

Provide thought partnership toother members of the Senior LeadershipTeam (SLT) andsignificant organizational management and administrative leadership (20%) 

  • Participate in high-level strategy discussions and decision-makingabout programs, personnel, finances, budget, and other matters.  
  • Collaborate with members of the SLTto champion internal change management, facilitate cross-organizational alignment, ground staff in shared vision/mission,and help NCRP live up to its highest aspirations for internal culture and external impact. 
  • “Bottom line”responsibility for the biannual NCRP Impact Awards, ensuring it advances overarching programmatic goals and contributes tothetheory of change.  
  • Provide high-level guidanceon thelearning andevaluation planfor your division. 
  • Maintain acontinuous feedback loop between SLT andyourteam to ensureeffectiveinternal communication.   
  • Contribute to operationsviaoversight ofyourdepartmentalbudgets (as well as relevant cross-organizational programs) and ensure timelycompletion of administrative tasksby your staff.  

 

Travel as necessary to meet the above responsibilities.NCRP is a fully remote organization, but some travel to the home office in Washington D.C. and relevant external conferences and meetingsisrequired. 
 

Qualifications 

  • Demonstratescommitment to social justice and clear alignment withNCRP’svalues and goals. 
  • Minimumof10+years’ experience in aseniorleadershipposition,includingsignificantstaff management. 
  • Proven successemployingstrategiccommunicationsandsavvymarketingfor advocacycampaign wins and organizational brand building.  
  • Track record of successful fundraising and familiarity with thephilanthropicsector. 
  • High energy level, strong work ethic, and proactive, creativeproblem-solving skills. 
  • Exceptionalinterpersonal, communication and presentation skills. 
  • Ability to relate well to a variety of individuals anda reputation for beinga team playerwhoworkscollaboratively internally and externally. 
  • Abilitytoquicklyadapt to an ever-changing environment,implementingstrategic adjustmentsand course corrections,identifying newopportunities, and makingdecisionsboth as an individual leader and in collaboration with keystaffand Board Members. 

 

Keysto Success in the Approach (The How): 

  • Mastery ofCommunicationsStrategy:Develops mission-driven plans to reach target audiences and achieve results. Demonstrated track record with media relations, branding, marketing, writing, public speaking, andonline/social media. 
  • Organizational leadership: Leads by example by modeling a high bar for performance and being an exemplar of our values; operates with the best interests of the organization in mind and able to make and communicate difficult decisions and lead internal change management. Brings a clear vision while recognizing the value of multiple perspectives and regularly includes others in planning and decision-making. 
  • Vision andGoal-setting:Adapts to the evolving needs of the organization and thinks 3 (or 30) steps ahead to develop solutions that achieve organizational goals and mission. 
  • Action-Oriented: Your bias is toward getting things done. That doesn’t mean that you don’t gather appropriate information first, but you drive work forward with an urgency to see results. 
  • Manage Up andAcross: You keep the CEO and fellow VPs informed about the areas you lead and about relevant developments with staff you supervise. You ask for input, guidance, or a decision when you need it. 
  • Coaching orientation: You take the time to teach and offer useful and actionable feedback, make sure that people feel their efforts are appreciated, and expect that people will make mistakes and see those as opportunities for learning. 

 

Compensation 

The position offers an annual basesalary of $150,000 to $170,000 depending on experience. NCRP also offers an exceptionallygenerous benefits package. 


Application Instructions 

To apply, please upload a cover letter and resume.The position will be filled as soon as the right candidate has been identified.Expected start date of December 2022 or January 2023.  


NCRP is an equal opportunity employer and strongly encourages people of color, people with disabilities, women, and LGBTQ-identified candidates to apply. NCRP will provide, excepting any undue hardship, reasonableaccommodation, on request, for candidates taking part in all aspects of the selection process. 


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Developement Associate (Foundations )

NCRPRemote or Washington, District of Columbia, United States

NCRP is hiring a Remote Developement Associate (Foundations )

Job Title:       Development Associate (Foundations) 

Reports To: Kevin Faria 

Location:       Washington, DC or Remote 

Salary:            $55,000 - $75,000, depending on experience. Benefits include4 weeks annual vacation, paid healthcare (100%),8% annual 403(b) contribution, and more. 

 

The Development Associateis responsible for helping ensure that NCRP is meticulous in its approach to fundraising(primarily from foundations), and delivers on quality to both internal and external stakeholders.  

 

This position will serve as the main staff support for the Senior Director of Foundation Engagement. You’ll engage in creating materials, tracking, planning, reporting, communications, and stewardship for our foundation/grantmaker donor base, partners and prospects. NCRP is growing into an organization with a $4 million+ annual budget, and most of that income is provided by 140+ foundations. 

 

The National Committee for Responsive Philanthropy’s mission is to promote philanthropy that serves the public good, is responsive to people and communities with the least wealth and opportunity, and is held accountable to the highest standards of integrity and openness.For more information, visit our website at ncrp.org. 

 

Responsibilities include (95%): 

 

  • Assist with (and in some cases develop) high-quality written materials, including (but not limited to) grant proposals, applications, reports, letters, and budgets; and manage donor acknowledgements such as thank you letters; 

 

  • Track fundraising workflow such as proposal due dates, reports, etc., and maintain records on existing and future supporters  (primarily via our Salesforce database); 

 

  • Assist with and conduct fundraising outreach via e-mail, phone, and other methods as needed; 

 

  • Work with other NCRP staff as needed (such as programs, IT, and communications teams) to meet fundraising goals; 

 

  • Organize internal/external fundraising meetings as needed, and assist other staff working on fundraising as needed;  

 

  • Other appropriate duties and responsibilities as assigned by the Senior Director of Foundation Engagement to help the organization meet its fundraising goals. 

 

Contribute to NCRP’s organizational success by keeping up with all required administrative tasks. (5%) 

 

  • Complete and submit timesheets and any other necessary administrative documents in a timely fashion. 
  • Update Bamboo HR with requests for vacation leave, sick leave or other needed time off.    
  • Attend monthly staff meetings. 
  • Attend any necessary All Staff or Department trainings. 

 

Requirements: 2-5 years of fundraising experience preferred. Position title (Associate vs. Senior Associate) dependent on experience. Knowledge of Salesforce or similar CRM databases preferred but not required. Knowledge of philanthropy a plus. Salary commensurate with experience. 

Keys to Success: 
 
Cultural Competence: You share our commitment to advancing racial justice and equity and ensuring an inclusive organizational culture. You have a familiarity with the complexity of issues and obstacles facing communities of color in the philanthropy sector or social justice ecosystem.  

Details Matter: You are relentless in your attention to detail and creating systems that make sense for everyone.  Not only does this help keep you organized, but others as well. 

Time Management: You can prioritize tasks in order of importance and plan out processes for others easily to follow.  

Physical Requirements: 

The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job.  While performing the duties of this job, the employee is occasionally required to stand, walk, sit and climb stairs. Specific vision abilities required include ability to read printed materials and computer monitors.  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. 

 

NCRP is an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to a racially just, equitable and inclusive workplace. 

 

 

 

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