The Resolution Project is seeking a Development Coordinator. This is a full-time position that pays $20-22 per hour with a competitive benefits package that includes health, dental, vision, life, and disability insurance, covered at 100% for the employee. Full-time staff also have access to generous paid time off and robust professional development opportunities. In addition, employees may opt into FSA, HSA, transit check, and other voluntary insurance policies. This position will be fully remote until at least September 2021 after which it will be hybrid remote/in-office. The office is at Resolution Headquarters at 420 Lexington Avenue in Manhattan. Veterans are encouraged to apply.
Founded in 2007, Resolution's mission is to develop socially responsible young leaders and empower them to make a positive impact today. Through their Social Venture Challenges and Resolution Fellowships, they identify, fund, mentor, and support undergraduate students starting social enterprises to solve some of the world’s most persistent and challenging problems, from healthcare access to climate change. By empowering young people to bring local, scalable solutions to their communities, they aim to create a generation of socially responsible leaders committed to building a more just and sustainable world. Today, over 500 Resolution Fellows, in over 80 countries and 20 U.S. states, are implementing over 300 social ventures in high-impact fields such as sustainable development, gender equality, healthcare, and humanitarian relief. Their efforts have benefited 2.9 million people and counting. They are now seeking exceptional talent to join their growing staff!
The Development Coordinator will work closely with the Director of Development and the Development and Communications team to support all aspects of Resolution’s fundraising and communication activities, including corporate partnerships, foundation support, major gifts, annual giving, community fundraising, external communications, and development-related logistical and administrative support. The candidate will contribute to the creative growth of Resolution and will help manage several key development and communications projects and processes; handle multiple projects and ensure deadlines are met, and develop a deep understanding of Resolution’s Fellows and programs to be able to effectively communicate our impact to donors. The ideal candidate is proactive, organized, detail-oriented, and inquisitive, and ready to jump into a variety of projects to support the fundraising goals of the organization.
The candidate must have a flexible schedule and be prepared to join phone and in-person (once offices reopen)meetings earlier and later than regular business hours, including some weekends, with appropriate schedule modifications and/or compensation.
Minimum of one year of professional or strong internship experience.
Extremely organized with meticulous attention to detail and follow-through.
Demonstrated commitment to learning and meeting high standards on a tight schedule.
Proactive self-starter with the ability to work well independently, as well as with staff, volunteers, and external partners.
Ability to handle sensitive information with discretion and good judgment.
Passion for young people making an impact, and commitment to social change and social entrepreneurship.
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