Development Coordinator

Texas Campaign for the Environment

About the organization

TCE Fund’s mission is to engage people and communities through face-to-face public education, grassroots organizing and action-oriented research for a cleaner and healthier Texas. TCE is the state’s leading canvass-based environmental advocacy group, directly influencing public policy through community-based lobbying. Both organizations lead local, statewide and national issue campaigns to fight pollution, especially fossil fuel facilities that harm communities and worsen climate pollution. TCE Fund and TCE promote clean economy solutions such as Zero Waste and renewable energy.

TCE Fund strives to live by the organizational values of intentionality, justice, respect, teamwork, and vision. All employees, as well as the organization as a whole, use these values to guide the work that we take on, as well as how we go about doing that work. These values are used in our organizational strategic planning and our individual performance evaluations.


The Development Coordinator is responsible for assisting and coordinating organizational fundraising activities to maintain and expand our donor base and inspire people to get more involved. The person in this role will work with the Development Director and other staff to execute several existing fundraising activities and to implement new fundraising strategies in the future. Specific job responsibilities will include donor research and cultivation, fundraising drives, materials development, event management, and supporting grant applications and reports. The Development Coordinator will regularly interact with staff to collaborate on messaging, fundraising strategy, and organizational best practices.

• Major Donor Development – Identify, research and cultivate existing and new major individual donors.
• Event Coordination – Take the lead in the planning and execution of our in-person fundraising events.
• Fundraising Drives – Assist in the planning and execution of several annual online and offline fundraising drives.
Fundraising Diversification – Support and participate in our current efforts to begin utilizing additional giving methods such as bequests, property and stock.
• Foundation Support – Help build and maintain our foundation partnerships, participate in the creation of grant applications and reports, and identify and research new potential foundation partners.
• Administrative Support – Assist with fundraising documentation, recordkeeping, and reporting


• 1+ year of relevant experience in donor development and non-profit fundraising. Preferred experience in environmental and/or social justice work.
• Deep understanding of grassroots advocacy and organizing strategies.
• Proven experience managing complex projects from start to finish, independently and as part of a team.
• Outstanding verbal, public speaking, and written communication skills.
• Preferred experience with communications, narrative and messaging to a diverse array of audiences.
• Proficiency with MS Office and Google Drive and with content management system (CMS) and constituent relations management (CRM) software.
• Ability to quickly analyze and synthesize complex information.
• A keen eye for design and presentation for campaign materials.
• Spanish speaking and writing skills are a plus.

Personal Characteristics
• A commitment to advancing the overarching goal of environmental justice, with an understanding of the range of current challenges and opportunities.
• An energetic person who can handle and prioritize multiple activities and responsibilities.
• A team player who inspires collaboration and operates decisively.
• Strong critical thinker and strategic planner.
• Emotionally mature and self-confident.
• Available to travel throughout the state with occasional trips out of state.
• Experience in Texas preferred.
• Proof of full COVID-19 vaccination.


$35000-$45000 + insurance coverage (medical/dental/vision, including an HSA account with employer contribution), paid time off and flex/comp time, paid holidays, retirement plan with employer matching contribution, and transportation benefit

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