The Communities In Schools (CIS) of Washington State Office is a small, high energy agency which provides technical assistance and support to independent affiliates and expanding communities across the state to support students through the proven CIS model of Integrated Student Services.
The successful candidate will bring 7+ years of relevant nonprofit resource development expertise to elevate this high performing agency. The state office has a history of strong operations and successful resource development, built upon a culture of philanthropy supported by committed board members and dedicated staff.
The Development Director is responsible for developing a multi-year strategy and supporting annual plans that enable us to achieve our ambitious resource development goals. In addition to cultivating and developing their own resource development efforts, they will effectively leverage board member efforts to meet the revenue goals of the state office which are bench marked and evaluated annually. This position also provides leadership and expertise to help strengthen fund raising capability and capacity of Washington’s network of CIS affiliate offices.
To apply for this position, please email a cover letter with resume clearly detailing work experience and qualifications related to this position by 5:00 PDT on July 15th, 2019 to email@example.com.
Qualified applicants will be scheduled for an initial interview on July 17th.
Selected finalists will be asked to participate in several scheduled activities between July 18th and July 24th with board and affiliate leadership to provide insight into the agency culture and job expectations which will inform the final selection.
CIS is committed to Diversity, Equity and Inclusion and promotes policies and practices which support and grow our capacity to reflect these values across all aspects of our agency.
Additional Salary Information: Salary range starts at $100,000 and may be negotiated based on commensurate experience
About Communities In Schools of Washington
We are part of the nation's leading dropout prevention organization, working in public schools to surround students with a community of support, empowering them to stay in school and achieve in life.
In Washington last year, our site coordinators helped 81,000 students overcome barriers to success, stay on track to graduate, and aim for a brighter future.