Careers in the Sector 
Philanthropy Delaware connects people and resources to advance the sector.  Below is a compiled list of job openings in Delaware and the region to create value for job seekers and employers in the sector.

Have a job to post?  Please contact Lauren Christie, Strategic Initiatives Coordinator, at 302-490-5984 via phone or via e-mail. 

Job Openings

    • March 15, 2021
    • (EDT)
    • Remote

    President, Funders for LGBTQ Issues

    Funders for LGBTQ Issues works to increase the scale and impact of philanthropic resources aimed at enhancing the well-being of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer communities, promoting equity, and advancing racial, economic and gender justice.

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    • March 15, 2021
    • (EDT)
    • Washington, DC (Remote)

    The Coalition of Philanthropies for Global Nutrition is the world’s leading collaborative of philanthropic organizations working to advance investments to end malnutrition around the world. Malnutrition is a crisis that deprives millions of women, children, and families lives of dignity and denies them their full potential. While data and evidence gaps exist, so do proven and effective tools to address this global crisis.

    In 2017 several philanthropies attending the Nutrition for Growth Summit in Milan stepped forward with new nutrition investments and expressed interest in convening with other private foundations to take collective action on malnutrition. The Coalition of Philanthropies for Global Nutrition was thus born, taking up the global nutrition challenge by marshalling its strengths to accelerate and scale proven and cost-effective interventions to end malnutrition for the most vulnerable populations. The Coalition’s work aligns with Sustainable Development Goal 2.2 targets.

    The Coalition offers a forum for philanthropies around the world to work together to enhance the efficacy of their own work, expand collective impact through partnerships, and help expand the network of philanthropic funders for nutrition. Guided by an engaged steering committee, the Coalition members include high-level representatives from The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, Chaudhary Foundation, Children’s Investment Fund Foundation, Eleanor Crook Foundation, Family Larsson-Rosenquist Foundation, King Philanthropies, Rockefeller Foundation, and Tata Trusts.

    The Opportunity

    The Coalition of Philanthropies for Global Nutrition is formalizing and advancing its organizational structure in the next year, beginning with the recruitment of a Director for the Coalition. The Director will be responsible for cultivating this dynamic and rapidly expanding coalition through active management of the Coalition steering committee and growth of broader coalition membership. They will lead the execution of all day-to-day Coalition activities, playing a central leadership and management role in solidifying the Coalition’s vision, strategy, and impact.

    This is a unique opportunity for an experienced leader to be both architect and builder in a startup environment, operating at a highly strategic and active hands-on way in service to a global community of partners at the forefront of solving the malnutrition crisis.

    The Director will support the Coalition’s overarching goals to:

    • Inspire greater philanthropic investment and increase overall Official Development Assistance for global nutrition
    • Support philanthropies and philanthropists interested in investing in global nutrition by providing educational resources and facilitating consultations with the steering committee and other experts
    • Foster alignment and collaboration across global nutrition funders
    • Leverage the collective voice of the Coalition for advocacy and global impact

    Primary Responsibilities

    Build and support the member base:

    Actively identify, cultivate and recruit new members with the aim of expanding philanthropic investments in global nutrition

    Engage and support potential new members – high-net-worth individuals, NGOs, private sector companies, etc. – eager to get involved or learn more about the importance of global nutrition funding and the opportunity to become involved in this movement

    Working with the Coalition steering committee and members, cultivate priority relationships in key geographies around the world to add global diversity of the Coalition’s membership

    Actively foster stronger relationships, alignment, and collaboration across global nutrition philanthropies, identifying and leading to new joint initiatives, co-funding opportunities, and/or collective action.

    Expertly Manage Coalition Meetings and Global Summit:

    Ensure all critical forums meet Coalition objectives, including facilitation of peer-to-peer knowledge sharing, inspiring increased financial commitments, advancing the shared values and objectives of the group

    Design and execute the Global Summit, including shaping membership participation, materials and agenda; preparing speaker briefings; facilitation; management of event planners, consultants and staff

    Orchestrate Coalition participation at major global moments such as the Nutrition for Growth Summit, the SUN Global Gathering, and the UN General Assembly.

    Shape External and Member Communications:

    Complete development of the Coalition’s first website, develop communications collateral and other relevant products to establish a presence for the Coalition

    Raise the profile and elevate the voice of the Coalition across key stakeholders in the global health and nutrition community with communications and advocacy strategies and tactics such as joint statements, op-eds, open letters, speaking moments, etc. to communicate key Coalition priorities and developments

    Design regular communications structure with Coalition members and keep up to date with latest developments at individual partner organizations.


    The Ideal Candidate

    First and foremost, the Coalition Director should lead with compassion for vulnerable populations across the globe affected by malnutrition. Candidates must bring a strong interest in the issue, a sense of purpose and optimism, as well as a readiness to share the field’s urgency to significantly increase funding to address the crisis.

    This is the first full-time Director for the Coalition; we seek a network builder, an expert strategist, and a discrete advisor who will blend sophisticated fundraising experience with an ability to strategically identify what will best serve the Coalition’s objectives. Candidates should demonstrate a track record of inspiring, engaging and supporting philanthropic donor communities globally.

    The diverse, global, and multi-stakeholder nature of the Coalition requires an effective listener who is composed, intellectually curious, and at ease in social settings. They are well-spoken, flexible, diplomatic and warm in their approach to interacting with and balancing priorities of high-level executives across multiple organizations and time zones.

    As the leader of a new organization, the Director will work closely with the steering committee and collaborate across the membership with entrepreneurial gusto to effectively shape the Coalition’s future. The role requires attention to detail while also driving the broader vision and growth of the Coalition. The ideal candidate may be described as an adept strategist who is also comfortable as master of ceremonies and event producer. The Director must demonstrate ability to effectively hire and manage consultants to fill capacity gaps and ensure high quality programs and events.

    Candidates need the capacity to manage the launch a new website, proficiency in budgeting, project and event management, and knowledge management and sharing to effectively meet Coalition goals.

    Experience that will prepare candidates well for this position include:

    At least 10-15 years of experience in direct donor cultivation among diverse, global philanthropic organizations and individuals

    Demonstrated experience leading and supporting major events, meeting planning, and experience working with event planners on a significant scale

    Functional skills in communications tactics and tools to launch a website and elevate the voice of the Coalition is an asset

    Prior professional experience working in global development or in global nutrition is preferred.

    This position is remote.

    This position is funded by the Coalition for an initial two-year contract and hosted by the current Coalition Chair organization, the Eleanor Crook Foundation (EFC).

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    • March 31, 2021
    • (EDT)

    CandidChief Executive Officer, Candid

    Reporting to and a member of the Board of Directors, the Chief Executive Officer has ultimate responsibility and accountability for managing and accelerating the strategic, programmatic, and financial/operational activities of Candid. This individual also is responsible for recruiting, managing, and supporting senior staff and helping them to align and execute on priorities.

    See the world. Make it better.

    On February 1, 2019, Foundation Center and GuideStar joined forces to become Candid, a 501c3 nonprofit organization. Candid connects people who want to change the world to the resources they need to do it.

    Every year, millions of nonprofits spend trillions of dollars around the world. Candid finds out where that money comes from, where it goes, and why it matters. Through research, collaboration, and training, Candid connects people who want to change the world to the resources they need to do it. Candid’s data tools on nonprofits, foundations, and grants are the most comprehensive in the world.

    Candid’s vision is an ambitious one. But we know that when we make investments in our talent, it translates to more access and better knowledge for those working for social good around the world.

    POSITION: Chief Executive Officer


    The successful candidate will bring to the role demonstrated intellectual breadth, convening power, resource development capabilities, financial acumen, and practical experience with the social sector. They must exhibit a deep commitment to the mission and values of Candid, grasp the potential for data and technology to transform the social sector, and be an inspirational and motivational leader for an accomplished staff. The candidate will engage as a nonpartisan thought leader in the community, focused on solutions and results to serve the broader good. Strategic and entrepreneurial thinking drawn from wide ranging professional experience, ideally at the intersection of the social sector and the private sector, would be considered valuable.

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    • March 31, 2021
    • (EDT)
    • Remote

    Funders’ Committee for Civic Participation is seeking its next Executive Director to provide strategic and forward-thinking leadership that takes the organization to the next level. With aspirations to deepen membership engagement and impact, the Executive Director will lead the charge to ensure FCCP is at the forefront of the democratic and philanthropic communities.

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    • March 31, 2021
    • (EDT)
    • Remote

    Grantmakers Concerned with Immigrants and Refugees Vice President of Programs, Grantmakers Concerned with Immigrants and Refugees (GCIR)

    Reporting to the President, the Vice President of Programs plays a critical strategic leadership role in three areas: program and policy strategy and development, funder education and engagement, and funder mobilizing and organizing. As a member of GCIR’s Management Team, the Vice President of Programs will evaluate current programs, introduce leading-edge practices from the immigrant justice field, and play a key role in shaping GCIR’s long-term strategy. This position will influence and inform the programs portfolio, oversee the program team and budget, and represent GCIR’s programming and impact to external audiences, including funders, partners, and the board of directors. The ideal candidate has demonstrated success in leading program strategy and experience managing remote teams; is committed to nurturing a collaborative work environment; and excels at devising and implementing creative solutions in a complex nonprofit setting.

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    • March 31, 2021
    • (EDT)

    Grantmakers Concerned with Immigrants and RefugeesGrantmakers Concerned with Immigrants and Refugees (GCIR) is seeking a full time Executive Coordinator to support our executive and governance functions and contribute to the overall success of our organization. This position reports to and works closely with and reports to the president. This position focuses on administrative duties critical to the organization. Exemplary administrative skills are required, and a candidate with excellent writing, analysis, and research skills will also have the opportunity to work on substantive projects in which the president is involved.

    Click here to read the full job description.

    • March 31, 2021
    • (EDT)
    • Washington, DC

    Senior Vice President Partnerships, The Pew Charitable Trusts

    The Partnerships department is responsible for maintaining a broad and diverse base of public support for Pew's programmatic work, bringing in external financial resources to complement investments by the Pew family trusts, and working with program leadership to establish large-scale collaborations that allow philanthropic partners to invest both in and alongside the organization. The department works closely with staff across Pew, including at our subsidiary, the Pew Research Center, to carry out its responsibilities.

    Position Overview

    Reporting to the Executive Vice President for External Affairs, the Senior Vice President, Partnerships, serves as an integral member of the leadership team, responsible for thoughtfully establishing and maintaining philanthropic partnerships with individuals and organizations that share our commitment to non-partisanship and fact-based discourse. The Senior Vice President develops and directs the execution of the organization's fundraising initiatives, working with the CEO and senior leaders in program portfolios, external affairs departments, and the Pew Research Center to identify and cultivate potential partners who can provide the resources, economies of scale and complementary expertise that enable the organization to act on ambitious challenges, design and implement solutions to major societal problems, and build momentum for lasting change. This position is responsible for growing and stewarding a diverse and vibrant set of relationships with traditional philanthropies and high net worth individuals as well as exploring multi-donor funding collaboratives and other creative models that allow Pew to co-invest with other donors.


    Leading a team with expertise in partnership development, outreach, and fundraising. External funds raised from philanthropic partners typically total $35 to $40 million a year.

    Developing Pew's strategic priorities for partnerships in collaboration with direct reports, Pew's leadership team, and other relevant stakeholders, particularly program area teams. Identifying areas of opportunity, evaluating risk, and setting priorities based on the greatest potential ROI are important facets of the job.

    Engaging meaningfully with program leaders, including those at the Pew Research Center, to understand their needs for external financial support and ensure effective and efficient counsel, strategy development, outreach and stewardship. The senior vice president serves as a key counselor and partner to the CEO as well as the Executive Vice Presidents.

    A key priority is to forge a forward-looking collaboration between program staff and the fundraising team to determine where effective large-scale collaborations could take root and prioritize fundraising efforts accordingly.

    Maintaining a deep understanding of the space in which Pew operates —including activities of other organizations and trends in the philanthropic landscape—and identifying potential implications for Pew's strategy.

    Developing and structuring sophisticated philanthropic partnerships, managing relationships with foundations and individual philanthropists, and building the internal support necessary to bring complex partnerships from concept to completion.

    Managing efforts to engage new partners who can increase the impact of our work, including solicitation and stewardship of individual donors and foundations.

    Providing periodic updates to various internal and external stakeholders, including Pew's leadership, the Board of Directors, and potential and current funders.

    Fostering collaboration with departments within the External Affairs division (Government Relations, Communications), and with program, operations divisions, and the Pew Research Center.


    Minimum of fifteen years of progressively more responsible fundraising experience, including significant experience leading major gifts initiatives, or equivalent experience raising capital for partnerships from donors/investors. Should have ten or more years of experience managing innovative and strategic teams as well as direct experience working with individual philanthropists or investors. Experience developing large-scale collaborations, aggregated giving funds, or co-investment opportunities preferred.

    Bachelor's degree or equivalent experience required; master's degree preferred.

    Proactive, seasoned professional with evidence of having worked as a business partner to senior level management including the CEO.

    Strong interpersonal skills; able to quickly establish credibility and to develop and manage productive relationships. A creative entrepreneur who can build out new initiatives and foster collaboration with colleagues and partners.

    Ability to understand and influence the organization. An understanding of public policy change and social science research, as well as a track record of integrating initiatives within the organization. Strong project management experience and an ability to learn quickly.

    Solid judgment and a commitment to reputation management, collaboration, and stewardship.

    Exceptional written, oral, interpersonal, and presentation skills including the ability to effectively interface with staff, senior executives, and the Board of Directors.

    Sincere commitment to work collaboratively with all constituent groups, including staff, board members, donors, program participants, and other supporters.

    Commitment to inclusion, diversity and equity.

    Highly collaborative style and ability to work closely with leaders of Pew's communications, legal, finance, and program teams.

    Ability to manage and oversee, develop, and motivate senior level direct reports.


    Due to the pandemic no travel is expected in the first half of 2021. Once restrictions are lifted, travel to meetings and conferences, both in the United States and Europe, will be required.

    Total Rewards

    We offer a competitive salary and benefit program, including: comprehensive, affordable health care through medical, dental, and vision coverage; financial security with life and disability insurance; opportunities to save using health savings and flexible spending accounts; retirement benefits to help prepare for the future; and work/life benefits to maintain a good balance.

    Click here for more information and to apply

    • March 31, 2021
    • (EDT)
    • Kennett Square, PA

    HomeDevelopment Director, United Way of Southern Chester County (UWSCC) - We are a small United Way, but a mighty one! A three-person employee team and 27 dedicated board members are committed to serving the needs of people living in southern Chester County. Based in Kennett Square, PA, UWSCC intimately knows our community and its needs. We mobilize the caring power and resources of our community to raise and distribute funds to nonprofit programs with health and human service agendas; to provide local nonprofit agencies with needed financial, professional, and strategic support; to build coalitions and inspire volunteerism; and to ensure that contributions fund programs that effectively move people from crisis to independence. All the monies raised here, stays here. Over the last 75 years, we have given out $20 million to help individuals in our community. Our annual fundraising objective exceeds $1 million with the majority of funds provided by individual donors across our community.

    Purpose of Position:

    The Development Director position is responsible for establishing and strengthening donor relationships in order to allow the advancement of the mission of UWSCC. The strategic objective of this position is to effectively segment and understand existing and potential donors (~26,000 people) resulting in a tailored value proposition by segment to build loyalty.

    Primary Duties:

    • Identify, cultivate and engage prospective donors and existing donors.
    • Create and implement a prospect research and segmented prospect management strategy for targeted donors.
    • Develop and deliver tailored communications to explain our value proposition to segmented donor groups.
    • Partner with CEO and Board Marketing Chair to develop and implement new and creative marketing activities that effectively attract new donors and strengthen existing donor relationships.
    • Work with CEO and Board Campaign Chair to develop innovative strategies to prospect, cultivate, solicit and grow leadership donors, including Alexis de Tocqueville Society members.
    • Evaluate and monitor campaign progress with a primary focus on high net-worth prospects and donors and identifying potential problems and solutions.
    • Manage donor recognition in coordination with CEO and volunteer leadership.
    • Support coordination and participation of fundraising events with special attention to events targeting high net-worth prospects and donors.
    • Tap into volunteers’ skills, knowledge, and relationships to implement campaign practices and strategies.
    • Maximize the effectiveness of donor database to maintain accurate and up-to-date records, including preferred contact information for leadership donors.
    • Other duties as assigned.


    • Bachelor’s degree with at least four (4) years of experience and demonstrated success in nonprofit development/fundraising/marketing or related field required.
    • Technical marketing experience with:
    • segmentation methodologies that will enable UWSCC to define and establish donor “groupings”
    • communication strategies and techniques to reach identified donors
    • Strong relationship-building skills (e.g., sales/business development, fundraising or external customer service). Established track record of successful relationships with high net-worth individuals.
    • Excellent knowledge of social media platforms and their marketing value.
    • Excellent verbal and written communication skills. Effective in a variety of communication settings (e.g., one-on-one telephone, email and in-person; small and large groups).
    • Ability to relate comfortably with people across cultural, socioeconomic and geographic spectrums. Builds constructive relationships with people both similar and different to themselves.
    • Demonstrated skills using Windows-based tools, including Internet browsers, e-mail, word processing, as well as spreadsheet, database, and presentation software.
    • Excellent organizational skills and attention to detail.
    • Outstanding critical thinking and problem-solving skills.
    • Commitment to the highest standards of ethical conduct.
    • Ability to work well in a small-team environment.
    • Must be able to commute daily to Kennett Square office and periodically travel within southern Chester County.

    This position is a full-time (40 hours per week) position offering a competitive salary and benefits, including medical, retirement and paid vacation/holidays. Relocation not provided.

    United Way of Southern Chester County is proud to be an equal opportunity employer and applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to: age, color, disability, gender, national origin, race, religion, sexual orientation, gender identify, protected veteran status, or any other classification protects by federal, state, or local law.

    How to Apply: Cover letters and resumes can be sent to

    • March 31, 2021
    • (EDT)
    • Philadelphia, PA

    Senior Officer Pew Fund, The Pew Charitable Trusts

    The Pew Charitable Trusts uses data to make a difference. For more than 70 years, we have focused on serving the public, invigorating civic life, conducting nonpartisan research, advancing effective public policies and practices, and achieving tangible results. Through rigorous inquiry and knowledge sharing, we inform and engage public-spirited citizens and organizations, linking diverse interests to pursue common cause. We are a dedicated team of researchers, communicators, advocates, subject matter experts, and professionals working on some of today's big challenges – and we know we are more effective and creative collectively than we are individually. With Philadelphia as our home town and the majority of our staff located in Washington, DC, our U.S. and international staff find working at Pew personally and professionally rewarding.

    Wise stewardship of resources allows Pew employees to pursue work that strategically furthers our mission in significant and measurable ways. We collaborate with a diverse range of philanthropic partners, public and private organizations, and concerned citizens who share our interest in fact-based solutions and goal-driven initiatives to improve society. Pew attracts top talent, people of integrity who are service-oriented and willing to take on challenging assignments. We provide competitive pay and benefits, a healthy work-life balance, and a respectful and inclusive workplace. Pew employees are proud of their colleagues, proud of where they work, and proud of the institution's reputation.

    The Philadelphia Program

    Through the Philadelphia program, Pew seeks to enhance civic life in its hometown. We partner with many local institutions in encouraging a thriving arts and cultural community, supporting the health and welfare of the region's most vulnerable residents, informing discussion on important issues facing the city, and, more broadly, strengthening Philadelphia's appeal to visitors and residents alike.

    Pew Fund for Health and Human Services

    The Pew Fund for Health and Human Services, part of the Philadelphia program, supports social service organizations in the region to provide effective services to help individuals and families facing complex challenges live healthy and stable lives. Through its Growth Grants, the Pew Fund helps organizations expand their reach and impact. Through Venture Grants, the fund supports the development and implementation of promising solutions to emerging problems or gaps in service delivery.

    Position Overview

    The senior officer, Pew Fund position offers a unique opportunity to help guide the use of Pew's local resources in support of high-quality and effective services for populations in need. The Pew Fund's approach is rigorous with a focus on research-informed strategies that will lead to measurable improvements for people facing complex challenges.

    The senior officer is responsible for identifying and vetting high-performing nonprofit organizations in the Philadelphia region, managing a portfolio of grantees, and supporting their impact and performance. The scope of this role includes supporting organizations through the full grant lifecycle – from identifying candidates, conducting due diligence, and producing recommendations to Pew's board of directors, to monitoring grantees' progress toward their goals. The senior officer thinks critically about the issues facing nonprofit organizations in the region and works alongside grantees to address challenges and leverage opportunities. The senior officer brings a robust knowledge and understanding of Philadelphia health and human services to this work, monitoring trends and deepening expertise while developing beneficial external relationships. The senior officer reports to the project director, Pew Fund, and is located in Pew's Philadelphia office.


    Oversee the sourcing and selection of grantees, including conducting in-depth analysis of applicants' program performance, fiscal health, and organizational capacity.

    Produce grant recommendations for Pew's board of directors, providing a clear and concise summary of analysis conducted, rationale for the recommendation, plan for oversight, and performance goals.

    Monitor and provide support to grantees to ensure their success, managing a portfolio of 10 to 15 grants.

    Provide consultation and collaborative advice to nonprofit leaders in the implementation of their strategies and growth plans; provide guidance to navigate change and overcome obstacles to their goals.

    Identify and manage external experts and consultants, develop contracts as needed, and work closely with them throughout the due diligence process.

    Maintain and expand understanding of Philadelphia's nonprofit landscape through external events, meetings, and internal research.

    Represent Pew at conferences and meetings.

    Contribute to the work of the Pew Fund team and the Philadelphia program as requested.



    Bachelor's degree or equivalent experience is required, advanced degree in a related field such a business, public policy, law, or organizational development preferred.

    At least 10 years of relevant experience, preferably in strategy consulting, as senior manager of a nonprofit (e.g., CEO, COO), or in a senior role in a capacity-building intermediary.

    Specialized expertise, including a deep understanding of the needs of nonprofit organizations in key areas of organizational effectiveness, including strategic planning, management, and leadership development. Ability to understand and assess nonprofit business plans and financial projections.

    Exceptional reasoning and strategic problem-solving abilities, and proven track record of success in solving complex and dynamic problems.

    Understanding of and ability to interpret social science research as it relates to health and human services programs.

    Demonstrated cultural competence and sensitivity; commitment to inclusion, diversity, and equity; sensitivity to the dynamics of funder-grantee relationships and ability to deftly navigate them.

    Demonstrated ability to build collaborative relationships across departments within Pew and with external partners, including other funders, civic leaders, nonprofit organizations, as well as consultants and advisors.

    Commitment to personal learning and development, self-reflection, and openness to feedback.

    Demonstrated drive to produce results using rigorous, thoughtful analysis. Strong oral and written communication skills.


    This position may require occasional travel to Pew's Washington, D.C., office.

    Total Rewards

    We offer a competitive salary and benefit program, including: comprehensive, affordable health care through medical, dental, and vision coverage; financial security with life and disability insurance; opportunities to save using health savings and flexible spending accounts; retirement benefits to help prepare for the future; and work/life benefits to maintain a good balance.

    The Pew Charitable Trusts is an equal opportunity employer, committed to a diverse and inclusive workplace. Pew considers qualified applicants for employment without regard to age, sex, ethnicity, religion, disability, marital status, sexual orientation or gender identity, military/veteran status, or any other basis prohibited by applicable law.

    Click here for more information and to apply.

    • April 01, 2021
    • (EDT)
    • Wilmington, DE or Philadelphia, PA (Flexible/Currently remote)

    Tech Impact logoBe a part of a fast‐paced, growing team that provides a solid work‐life balance helping our nonprofit clients. Our team of mission‐focused tech professionals is passionate about moving the social sector forward with transformative applications of technology. As a Grant Specialist, you will work closely with the Development Team in raising funds to support the programs of Tech Impact.

    Tech Impact is a nonprofit on a mission to use technology to better serve the world. A leading provider of technology education and solutions for nonprofits, Tech Impact also operates award‐winning IT and customer experience training programs designed to help young adults launch careers. With offices in Philadelphia PA, Wilmington DE, Washington DC, and Las Vegas NV, Tech Impact has been delivering services since 2003 to thousands of national and international nonprofit organizations.

    Essential Duties and Responsibilities

    • Corporate, foundation, and government grant writing and administration
    • Outcomes tracking and reporting, and research.
    • Provide support to the Development Team for annual appeals, donation tracking and acknowledgement, and the annual major fundraising event
    Knowledge & Experience Required

    • 2 to 4 years of experience working at a nonprofit organization in a fundraising capacity is required.
    • 2+ years of grant writing, administration, and reporting experience is required.
    • Excellent technical and persuasive writing skills and oral communication skills are required.
    • Experience with funder and donor research is required.
    • Strong knowledge of Microsoft Office software, specifically Word and Excel, and some experience with CRM databases, such as Salesforce, is required.
    • Knowledge of and familiarity with the government grants landscape, including Workforce Innovation Opportunity Act (WIOA) funding, as well as workforce development trends and best practices, is preferred.
    • A strong knowledge of nonprofit accounting and budgeting is a plus.

    Essential Skills for Success in Position
    • Strong organizational skills and ability to work independently.
    • Excellent verbal and written communications skills.
    • The ability to think independently and creatively, plan and meet deadlines while multi‐tasking and exercise sound judgment and diplomacy.
    • Organized and detail‐oriented, energetic, team‐oriented, and results‐oriented.
    • Flexible, able to multi‐task, and enjoy working in a diverse, results‐oriented workplace.
    • Passion for social impact and the mission of Tech Impact.
    • Benefits of Working for Tech Impact
    • Supportive and compassionate environment that provides a work‐life balance.
    • Be part of a collaborative team that is passionate about the organization’s mission and using technology to make the world a better place.
    • Everyone has a voice, and you have the opportunity to learn and grow to make a difference.
    • Competitive salaries and generous benefits package.

    To apply, please send your resume and cover letter by email to No phone calls please.

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