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Planning and Development Associate
Center for Employment Opportunties
The Center for Employment Opportunities (CEO), a nonprofit agency dedicated to providing immediate, effective and comprehensive employment services to men and women with recent criminal convictions, is seeking a Planning and Development Associate based in New York.
CEO is widely viewed as a leader in workforce reentry solutions and nonprofit performance management. In less than five years, the organization has grown from a single office in New York City to ten sites across three states. CEO is now poised for further expansion and is seeking to amplify its business development efforts and to broaden its influence on a national scale.
Description The Associate will assist in executing CEO's national fund development strategy through research, grant writing and collaboration with program staff. S/he will also maintain and develop CEO's volunteer program as a vehicle for community engagement. In addition, the Associate will explore new program initiatives or services based on best practices and lessons in the broader criminal justice and workforce development fields, as directed by the Senior Planner.
Essential Functions These requirements are representative, but not all-inclusive, of the functions required for this role:
Assists the Senior Planner in developing and executing strategies for growing CEO's governmental and foundation support.
Assists the Senior Planner in drafting, assembling, and submitting responses to government and foundation requests for proposals.
Drafts and submits reports for designated government grants and foundations.
Produces acknowledgments and follow-up correspondence to funders.
Provides research and analytic support for funding or program ideas as directed by the Senior Planner or other senior staff.
Contributes to development of new volunteer engagement strategies and programming.
Performs other development and project- related tasks as assigned by the Senior Planner and other senior staff.
Essential Performance/Process Goals
Ensures on-time delivery of proposals and reports.
Prepares accurate and well-researched analytical reports as requested.
Coordinates meetings with relevant program staff to advance specific fund development campaigns, under the direction of senior staff.
Identifies and coordinates outreach to potential new volunteer networks as requested.
Develops communication and coordinates events for volunteer cultivation.
Qualifications Candidates must have at least two years of professional experience, with at least one year in a communications or development-related role. Candidates with an interest in criminal justice, economics and/or community development are preferred.
The ideal candidate will have an inquisitive mind with a pro-active attitude, be genuinely interested in nonprofit management, and be a natural problem-solver with exceptionally strong writing and communication skills. The position offers a lot of room for creativity and collaboration, so the successful candidate must be personable, motivated and work well under tight deadlines.
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