HomePlate, a nonprofit leader in the field of providing services for youth experiencing homelessness, is looking for a dynamic new member to join their team.
HomePlate has been named one of the top 100 nonprofits to work for in Oregon. They are committed to equitable and anti-racist practices. As HomePlate continues to evolve, they work to operationalize equitable and anti-racist practices.
The Development & Communications Associate is a key member of the team that is raising philanthropic funds for the organization and will report to Marie Piayai, a HEOP graduate from Hamilton College, who is the Director of Development & Communications at HomePlate. Learn more about the team.
This position is responsible for planning, implementing, and contributing towards donor strategy, grant reporting, communications and data management. Read the full description at Mac’s List.
If you wish to apply, please send the following to email@example.com
- A chronological resume, without a personal photo
- A cover letter that states how your background, skills, and abilities align with this position
- Answers to the following application questions:
- What interests you most about this position?
- What qualities do you think are necessary to make a success of this job?
- Why do you believe you hold them?
- Tell us about your customer service or administrative assistant experience.
- How have you used your abilities to plan events or manage a major project?
- What do you believe the barriers to ending homelessness are? What do you believe is the reason that homelessness exists in Washington County?
- ** HomePlate approaches fundraising in a humble, non-aggressive way – give an example of success using your skills to cultivate support without imposing or sacrificing the integrity of the relationship(s).