The Development Coordinator plays a pivotal role in providing donor stewardship and relationship building by way of administrative support to the Development and Executive Teams. Through building donor relationships, overseeing the donor database, and collaborating across the organization, this position plays a key role in the success of the Development team achieving revenue goals and retaining and strengthening donor relationships.
Collaborating closely with WFSA’s CDO, VP of Community Mobilization, Donor Experience Associate and cross-functional teams, this tole will harness their expertise to contribute to WFSA’s mission to create social, political, and economic change that achieves equity for women and girls of all identities in Arizona.
This is a full-time, salaried, exempt position with an annual salary of $52,000 with regular opportunities for review and enhancement.
While this position is currently remote, the final candidate’s primary residence must be within the state of Arizona. WFSA engages in thoughtful community partnership, which requires regular travel from all staff across the state. To support our team’s efforts, WFSA covers all travel expenses incurred by staff.
The Women’s Foundation for the State of Arizona (WFSA) is an exceptional place to work, grow, and make a difference. We are a dynamic team of individuals who are dedicated to promoting equity, opportunity, and economic independence for women and girls in Arizona. Our work is deeply meaningful and impactful, and we are committed to creating a more just and equitable society for everyone. We value diversity, inclusion, and collaboration, and we believe that our team members are our greatest asset. When you join our team, you’ll be joining a community of like-minded individuals who are passionate about making a positive change in the world.
We believe that taking care of yourself is crucial for achieving a healthy work/life balance. We encourage our employees to prioritize self-care and offer flexible work arrangements to help them do so. We value the well-being of our team members and recognize that everyone’s needs are different, so we work with everyone to find the right balance that works for them. We believe that happy, healthy employees are key to our success, and we are committed to supporting our team in all aspects of their lives.
We offer competitive compensation, comprehensive benefits, and ample opportunities for professional development and growth. We are committed to diversity, equity, inclusion, and accessibility (DEIA) both in our work and in our workplace. To achieve this, we provide ongoing DEIA training to all staff members, which helps us stay informed and informed as we use an intersectional approach in our work. Our goal is to be culturally competent, understand the diverse communities we serve, and create a welcoming and inclusive environment for everyone. We recognize that DEIA is a continuous learning process, and we are dedicated to creating opportunities for our staff to learn, grow, and engage in meaningful conversations around these important issues.
If you’re looking for a fulfilling and inspiring career that truly creates change, join the Women’s Foundation for the State of Arizona.
· You are detail-oriented and data-focused, fueled by a passion for advancing gender equality and social justice.
· You are a strategic thinker, excellent time manager and work with integrity.
· You excel at maintaining accurate records and juggling multiple tasks with creativity and efficiency.
· You’re a clear communicator, able to engage with diverse stakeholders and present complex ideas effectively.
· You’re detail-oriented and organized, ensuring accurate data analysis and reporting.
· You’re an independent worker, capable of driving projects forward with minimal supervision.
· You have at least one (1) year of experience in development / fundraising.
· You bring a strong sense of humor and collaboration to your work environment.
· You’re committed to diversity, equity, and inclusion, embracing the unique identities of all individuals.
· You have a deep understanding of intersectional issues and their impact on marginalized communities.
· You thrive in a fast-paced, remote work environment, adapting to changes with grace.
· You’re proficient in Microsoft Office and digital communication platforms.
· You have a demonstrated commitment to learning and growth, striving to make a meaningful impact on women and girls’ lives.
· Your genuine passion for women’s issues shines brightly, aligned with your unwavering dedication to diversity, equity, and inclusion.
We invite qualified candidates to apply as soon as possible and will keep considering candidates until we fill the position. We will continue considering candidates until we fill the position. To apply, please send us an email at email@example.com with a complete application package. The application package should include:
1. A letter expressing your interest in the job
2. Your resume
3. List of three references
Please make sure your application is complete, as we will not consider incomplete applications. However, we welcome alternative formats for the application if that helps you to showcase your skills and abilities. If reasonable accommodation is needed to participate in the application or interview process, please contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
At WFSA, we have a bold ambition: Live & breathe the equity work that makes WFSA the place everyone wants to be. Even if you don’t meet all the requirements listed above, please still apply for the job. We know that marginalized communities like women, LGBTQ+ individuals, and people of color might feel unsure about applying for a job if they don’t meet every requirement. But at the Women’s Foundation for the State of Arizona, we’re committed to making our workplace inclusive, diverse, equitable, and accessible for everyone. If you’re excited about the job, even if you don’t have all the experience we’re looking for, we want you to apply!
We value employee choice and privacy at WFSA. To ensure everyone’s safety during in-person meetings and events, employees must be fully vaccinated or comply with a venue’s COVID-19 protocols, which may include a negative test one day before an event.