Employment Organization: We are a national network of American Muslims working with partners of diverse faiths and cultures to promote Islamic literacy and mutual respect and counter prejudice and discrimination through education about Muslims and people of various faiths and worldviews who make up our country. ING emphasizes the importance of countering all forms of bigotry while working within the framework of the First Amendment’s protection of religious freedom and pluralism. Founded in 1993, ING achieves its mission through education and community engagement. We work through regional volunteers and affiliated organizations across the country who provide thousands of presentations, training seminars and workshops, and panel discussions annually in schools, colleges and universities, law enforcement agencies, corporations, healthcare facilities, and community organizations as part of cultural diversity curricula and programs. Reaching hundreds of groups and tens of thousands of individuals a year at the grassroots level, ING is building bridges among people of all backgrounds. We are based in the San Francisco Bay Area, home to Zaytuna College, Stanford University, and the University of California – Berkeley as well as a thriving interfaith community that consists of 3 regional interfaith councils, over 50 mosques & Islamic centers, and 5 full-time Islamic schools. For more information about the organization, visit: https://ing.org/what-we-do. Please sign up for our email newsletters, where we’ll announce new positions periodically. If you wish to volunteer or intern for ING, please write to [email protected] and send us your resume and interest area. Current Openings: Job Title: Development Associate Description & Responsibilities: This is a full-time position. Responsibilities: The Development Associate supports management in planning and implementation of fundraising- and development-related activities for the organization, including grants, major gifts, annual and monthly giving, events, relationships, and communications to support new and existing programs. Specifically, the Development Associate’s responsibilities include: Donations: Supporting strategies for obtaining private donations through major gift campaigns, direct mail, and special events. Supporting the research, cultivation, and solicitation of major gift prospects including individuals, corporations, and foundations. Supervising systematic efforts to identify, solicit, maintain, and upgrade annual and monthly giving donors. Supporting annual and special campaigns, corporate and foundation support, and major and planned giving. Grants: Researching and cultivating new foundation sources. Overseeing grant writing and follow-up reporting. Relationships: Supporting all external relationship-building with a variety of constituencies; working with trustees, donors, foundations, and volunteers. Supporting all close relationships with the philanthropic community and with individual and corporate donors and sponsors. Communications: Supporting communications between the organization and its constituents such as trustees, donors, foundations, and volunteers. Supporting marketing communications relating to fund development. Serving as a spokesperson and advocate in the funding community as needed. Social media marketing (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn, YouTube): Creating, editing, and publishing development-related content (text, links, images, video). Creating and executing on fundraising campaign calendars. Collecting and analyzing pertinent social media metrics to deliver insights and action plans. Collaborating with other departments (communications, programs, etc.) to ensure organization’s social media content maintains consistency and best practices for display, text, and SEO. Attending various organization or partner events to capture real-time photos and videos and sharing them strategically in alignment with goals. Editing organization’s photos and videos to provide the most compelling digital content possible. Creating, executing, and managing social media advertising campaigns to generate lowest CPC/CPE/CPM possible while gaining new followers and engaging current followers. Reporting: Managing donor database system. Ensuring timely processing of donations, pledges, thank-you notes, and receipts. Preparing detailed reports on fundraising progress. Participating in board meetings and finance and fund development committee meetings. The Development Associate will work directly with the Executive Director, Board of Trustees, and the Finance and Fund Development Board committees to implement the aforementioned activities. Person should have at least two years’ experience in fund development, sales, or marketing activity and must be well organized and detail-oriented. They should also be driven and creative and possess knowledge of the interfaith and Muslim community. Qualifications: Skills Requirements: The Development Associate should have demonstrated success in the following: Excellent organizational abilities for performing in a multi-task environment and prioritizing work requirements, using project management software. Cultivating relationships and working effectively with, and presenting a professional image to, multiple constituencies. Strong interpersonal and presentation skills to work effectively with senior management, Board members, volunteers, donors, and staff from different departments as well as with diverse publics in the community at large. Writing marketing literature and helping write foundation grants. Researching and analyzing information for cultivating various types of donors. Organizing and managing donor events. Learning software for processing donor databases, as needed. Social media marketing and advertising expertise (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn, YouTube). Strong analytical skills for generating insights through social media platforms and inbound traffic. Strong interest for improving technological skills and pursuing the newest research and best practices for social media and website use. Basic photo editing (video editing also preferred). Education/Experience Requirements: The Development Associate should hold at least a bachelor’s degree in business, communications, marketing, or related field (master’s degree a plus) or equivalent work or experience in the field of nonprofit development or corporate sales or marketing, and a valid driver’s license (including the ability to use personal vehicle in performing required job duties). Reporting Relationships: The Development Associate reports to the Deputy Executive Director. Send cover letter and resume to Ishaq Pathan, Deputy Executive Director, at [email protected] Salary: Commensurate with experience. Attractive compensation package that includes health benefits, holidays, and vacation.