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 Job Title   Posting Date   Organization

Development Coordinator

  11/2/2019   CoTA (Collaborations: Teachers and Artists)
 Job Description        

Assist the executive director (ED) in conceptualizing, implementing, and improving CoTA’s fundraising efforts and development initiative. Research and identify available grant opportunities, prepare materials for grant applications and attachments, draft grant reports, and maintain a master calendar for grants. Assist grant writers and ED in writing and editing project ideas and proposals, concept notes, and grant applications. Create and deliver presentations, including the arrangement of site visits for potential funders. Maintain relations with donors, update donor database, and monitor donor websites. Ensure timely acknowledgements of contributions, identify additional investor opportunities. Together with ED prepare, develop, manage, and improve communications material for CoTA, including brochures, website, annual reports, posters, and mailing lists. Assist ED with managing event budgets, organizing and providing staff support for community engagement and fundraising events.



A degree in business-related subjects, economics, international studies or sales and marketing preferred. Experience in research, grant and report writing, strong analytical and proofreading skills, working with targets and deadlines. Background as liaison with donors, grant panelists and other stakeholders. Experience in developing and disseminating public relations materials. Computer literacy and database management experience. Self-motivated and ability to assume responsibility as needed. Effective time management, multitasking and stress management skills. Effective oral and written communication skills and ability to represent the organization in a professional manner to stakeholders. Excellent teamwork and interpersonal skills, ​a positive attitude. Must be fluent in English. Spanish proficiency is a plus. Must be able to travel to local schools and sites. Able to pass a background check, including fingerprinting.


 Additional Information        

The Development​ ​Coordinator is responsible for aiding the executive director in identifying donor resources and grant opportunities, coordinating grant applications and proposals for long-term organizational sustainability, maintaining relations with current donors, and interfacing with the with the wider community. $25/hour, 30 hours per week. Occasional weekends. Eligible for benefits. Open until filled. Priority application deadline November 15, 2019. Send cover letter, resume, and contact info for three professional references to


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