The Women's Treatment Center provides chemically-dependent women with a continuum of care, recovery tools, and parenting skills to maintain a sober lifestyle as they rebuild their lives and futures and mend the bonds with their families. For more than 40 years, this social service agency has successfully expanded substance use disorder services. We serve many individuals each year in our treatment, screening, and referral programs. We are one of the few substance abuse programs in the nation that can accommodate children in residential treatment, making us particularly responsive to the needs of chemically dependent mothers. We are Joint Commission Accredited.
Do you share our mission of providing treatment services in a truly unique setting? If so, then consider joining our team.
Under the supervision of the Director of Development and Communications, the Development Associate executes grant research, writing and reporting; manages the grants calendar, volunteer scheduling, and communications; ensures accurate database management; assists with event planning and social media/communications/marketing activities; and performs other activities that forward the vision and mission of The Women’s Treatment Center (TWTC).
Required Position Qualifications:
Education / Licensure / Certification:
Bachelor’s degree in Business, English, Communications, Nonprofit Management or related field, or equivalent experience, required.
Three to five years of professional experience in nonprofit organizations including grant writing and reporting, donor database (CRM/CMS) operations, and planning/executing successful events. Ability to identify established relationships and resources within the donor and foundation community. Experience with a spectrum of social media platforms required and communications experience preferred.
Task-oriented and highly organized with intense attention to detail and ability to manage multiple deadlines
Proficient verbal, writing and proofreading skills
Solid knowledge of business or social policy trends and of organizational development
Strong interpersonal, analytical, relationship building and organizational skills as well as cultural sensitivity.
Specialized training and demonstrated proficiency in the use of computers and computer software including Windows 7 or higher, Microsoft Office software applications (Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint), and donor management systems