Funding Engagement Coordinator
Rocky Mountain Immigrant Advocacy Network (RMIAN)
About the organization
Rocky Mountain Immigrant Advocacy Network (RMIAN-pronounced “Remain”) provides free immigration legal services and social services to individuals in immigration detention and to children and their families throughout Colorado. RMIAN believes that justice for immigrants means justice for all.
As a growing nonprofit, RMIAN's fundraising team is small but powerful team - and this role is essential. Reporting to the Development Director, they will be a key partner and collaborator. Sample of key duties includes:
Database Management (30%)
Maintain and update donor database and establish related systems, processes, and training for the team. Timely processing of donations and donor thank you letters. Strengthen systems to process and acknowledge gifts, supporting the long-term stewardship of funder relationships.
Donor Communications and Support (30%)
Create monthly development newsletters and coordinate the process of sending those out. Coordinate all giving campaigns. Prepare and customize written correspondence, and provide research and support for prospects and funders. Provide other fundraising communications support as needed.
Grant Support (25%)
Support grant management and report submission processes, working with Development Director and grants contractor. Managing grant portfolio for potential funding up to $10K.
Events Coordination (15%)
Provide detailed project management and coordination for special events in partnership with Development Director. Design, distribute and maintain event marketing materials.
This position is meant for someone eager to learn who has had at least some exposure to nonprofit development, who loves getting the job done efficiently and with a high level of attention to detail.
The ideal candidate:
- Is passionate about social justice, with an interest in and curiosity about immigration law and social services - this person has worked in a social justice organization and has been following immigration stories.
- Is often described as a “doer” by their colleagues - someone who can be relied on to take a project to completion within the timeline requested, who finds joy in routine tasks that keep the team going, and who asks for help when needed.
- Has 1+ years of development experience, including work with fundraising databases and donor acknowledgements, and event coordination or support.
- Is a great short-form writer and storyteller – they ask questions and listen carefully to capture the details and find the connections that others can relate to and has some experience with translating that information into engaging, short articles, letters, emails, and posts that help drive people to action.
- Has full professional, native / bilingual proficiency in speaking and writing in Spanish – this person supports the principles of language equity and is committed to supporting inclusive communications.
- Is an organizational whiz. This person excels in handling details and multiple projects running in parallel.
- Has a desire to learn and grow.
Contact email: [email protected]
If this profile calls out to you, please submit your resume and a brief note about what interests you in the position to [email protected]. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis.
RMIAN is an equal opportunity employer and recognizes the importance of diversity in the workplace. We encourage applications from people of color, immigrants, women, members of the LGBTQ community, and other underrepresented and marginalized groups. RMIAN does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, age, national origin, disability, marital status or veteran status. We are committed to providing an inclusive and welcoming environment free from discrimination.
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