Slow Food USA is looking for a part-time bookkeeper to oversee the efficient and timely performance of all aspects of the organization's financial operations. For more details and instructions on how to apply, please click here.
Posted On: June 18, 2013
Location: Brooklyn, NY
Reports To: Director of Development, Slow Food USA
Slow Food USA seeks a motivated, energetic Development Associate to join and support our efforts to increase the number of donors giving to Slow Food USA and the size of our prospect pool. We have ambitious fundraising plans for the next three years, and the ideal candidate will join the office with both an acute attention to detail and an insatiable enthusiasm for our work. The Development Associate will act as the point of contact for much of Slow Food USA's donor relations, while simultaneously providing support to the development office through major donor stewardship and membership giving campaigns. A critical part of this work entails managing Slow Food USA's fundraising database, including maintaining records, providing reports and generating lists of donors for cultivation events, stewardship activities and solicitations. Specific job duties are outlined below, but given the small size and collaborative nature of our organization, the ideal candidate will be excited about participating in all areas of development as needs warrant.
Specific job duties for the Slow Food USA Development Associate include:
The ideal candidate will possess the following knowledge, skills and characteristics:
Classification: Full-time, Non-Exempt Employee
Compensation: $35,000, benefits included
We will begin interviews in early July, so preference will be given to candidates who apply by July 1, 2013. This application process will remain open until the position is filled.
No phone calls please.
Slow Food USA is an equal opportunity employer. We strive to reflect the diverse community that works toward and cares about a healthy food system. Applicants who contribute to this diversity are strongly encouraged to apply.
Slow Food USA offers internships year-round to current undergraduate and graduate students and recent graduates. The internships follow three cycles: Fall, Spring and Summer, located in the national office in Brooklyn, NY. Start and end dates are flexible, although typically our Fall internships begin in September, our Spring internships begin in January, and Summer internships in June. A minimum 15 hours per week is required for all cycles. Fall and Spring internships also require a minimum duration of three months. Internships are unpaid; however, students may earn academic credit. Any available internships are listed below.
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