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Director of Development - Nuclear Age Peace Foundation

Company: Nuclear Age Peace Foundation
Date Posted: November 27, 2017

NUCLEAR AGE PEACE FOUNDATION

Committed to a world free of nuclear weapons

 Development Director/Officer

                Start Date: December/January

                Location: Santa Barbara, CA

                Hours per week: Full-time

                Compensation: DOE

 THE POSITION:

We need a hands-on and seasoned fundraiser to jump in and be a dynamic part of the NAPF team. Ideally you come with demonstrated expertise in development and write compelling case statements in your sleep.

 YOU ARE:

  • A self-starter with a fully equipped toolbox.
  • A conceptual, strategic, responsible, organized and resourceful multi-tasker who always meets deadlines and exceeds goals.
  • A wordsmith who writes like the wind.
  • A quick study. You ask the right questions. You’re eager to pitch in.
  • A skilled diplomat. People like talking with you. You’re persuasive and a great listener.
  • A problem-solver who thrives on challenges.
  • A person who rolls with the punches.
  • A team player who looks after your colleagues and they do the same for you.
  • Kind, respectful, patient and fun to be around.
  • Committed to NAPF’s mission, goals and core values.

 WE ARE:

  • The Nuclear Age Peace Foundation, founded in 1982.
  • A non-profit that educates and advocates for a peace and a world free of nuclear weapons, and empowers peace leaders.
  • Shameless idealists living our values every day in an environment of mutual respect and trust.
  • Made up of individuals and organizations worldwide who realize the imperative for peace in the Nuclear Age.
  • Recognized by the UN as a Peace Messenger Organization.

 WHAT YOU’LL BE DOING:

  • Develop, implement, manage and evaluate fundraising goals.
  • Lead fundraising strategy and support the Advancement Committee to drive NAPF goals.
  • Scout prospective funders.
  • Facilitate and attend meetings with donors and prospects so everything runs smoothly.
  • Write and produce proposals, case statements, gift opportunities, fundraising materials, mail appeals and online campaigns (together with the Communications Director).
  • Run all fundraising and educational events.
  • Assure the stewardship of donors.
  • Team with the Communications Director and help with communication strategy and publications.
  • Work in the Donor Perfect database.

 IF THIS SOUNDS LIKE YOU:

We’d love to meet you.

Please email a résumé, cover letter and two written examples of your fundraising work to rwayman@napf.org.