Founded in 1976, the Fulbright Association (FA) is the official alumni association of the Fulbright Scholarship Program in the United States with a mission of advocating for the Program and promoting international education. Fulbright students and scholars travel to 165 countries to teach, research, and engage in ways that promote peace and understanding. Returning scholars and other alumni join the FA to offer international educational programs: community outreach, events sponsored by 50 chapters nationwide, a national conference, and “impact” travel. The FA also awards the prestigious Fulbright Prize to world leaders such as Nelson Mandela and Jimmy Carter.
This year, the FA will focus on expanding advocacy efforts, working with chapters to share the Fulbright experience with communities nationwide, expanding membership, piloting a networking portal for members, and developing an enriched digital presence in social media. The position of Director of Development will play a critical role in expanding fundraising efforts, particularly in major gift cultivation, evolving a broad-based development strategy, assisting with grant writing, and most immediately staffing donor events already scheduled for Spring 2018.
The director is a one-person staff position devoted exclusively to development. She/he will report to and work in partnership with the Executive Director, collaborate closely with the Deputy Director, and work with the FA Board as well. We seek applications from dedicated, hard-working and detail-oriented professionals who have worked with varied stakeholders, and who believe in the mission of international exchange and understanding. The position offers opportunities for strategic thinking and tactical implementation. This position may expand to full-time, depending on success and interest.
This is a part-time position with flexible work hours, based in the FA Washington, DC office. The position requires travel to visit donors as needed, as well a special events. Salary is commensurate with experience and skills, part-time (20 hours), with compensation time for travel. Benefits are negotiable.
All interested candidates should submit the following items in their application packets via email ([email protected]):
Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis, beginning immediately.
Attn: John Bader
1900 L St NW, Ste 302
Washington, DC 20036
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