Just Vision Seeks Manager of Individual Giving
Manager of Individual Giving
Just Vision is seeking a dynamic and innovative development professional with 3-5 years experience in individual gifts, external relations, communications and database management. A successful candidate will possess the aptitude and proven track record to bring Just Vision’s fundraising efforts to the next level. Candidates must have excellent written and verbal communication skills, a deep familiarity with fundraising best practices, planning and problem-solving skills as well as a love for building the financial resources and strategic networks required to build organizational power.
Candidates will enjoy a fast-paced, high-functioning and collaborative environment as an integral member of a small and committed staff. Candidates must possess a talent and genuine taste for interacting with Just Vision’s extended family as well as for making the case for support of the organization. Familiarity with the Israeli-Palestinian context is a must.
If this position describes you, we want to consider your candidacy. Or If you know someone who would be an excellent candidate, help us spread the word by forwarding widely to your community. Please apply here before February 1.
WHAT WE DO
Just Vision (www.justvision.org) is a nonprofit organization that researches, documents and disseminates the stories of Palestinian and Israeli grassroots leaders working to end the occupation and build a future of freedom, dignity and equality. Through film, digital news and strategic public engagement campaigns, we drive attention to these inspiring, critical and under-documented stories. We are based in the US, Israel and the Occupied Palestinian Territories. Just Vision is nonpartisan and religiously unaffiliated.
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