Nonprofit Remote Digest - Issue #164

📻We are starting a podcast, and Aimee Ansari is our first guest.
Nonprofit Remote Digest
Nonprofit Remote Digest - Issue #164
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📻We are starting a podcast, and Aimee Ansari is our first guest.

⚡️Nonprofit Remote Podcast Guest
Aimee is the Executive Director of Translators Without Borders.  It is a nonprofit set up to provide translation services for humanitarian nonprofits.  Some of these include Doctors Without Borders, UNICEF, Oxfam, Handicap International.
She has over 20 years of experience in leadership positions in large humanitarian and development organizations. She has worked in several humanitarian crises from the Tajik civil war to the earthquake in Haiti, the conflicts in the Balkans (ball-kins) to the Syrian refugee crisis and the conflict in South Sudan. Prior to joining Translators without Borders in 2016, Aimee worked with Care, Oxfam, Save the Children and the United Nations.
Ask her about: running a remote organization, the challenges of remote work, remote management, and compliance… Post your questions here. 🤩
👍 Today's Remote Job
International Refugee Assistance Project
Assistant Director of Institutional Giving
IRAP is seeking an Assistant Director of Institutional Giving to work with a creative, dynamic, and growing legal and human rights organization. IRAP’s Board, Executive Director, and development team have spent much time over the past few years building a network of engaged donors and supporters. The organization’s prospect pool is growing and IRAP is engaged in outreach and cultivation efforts with corporate, individual, and foundation funders. At this time, the organization seeks a full-time Assistant Director of Institutional Giving with the energy and experience to assist the development team in cultivating and stewarding institutional relationships, principally by preparing and submitting institutional proposals and reports. The Assistant Director of Institutional Giving will be an integral part of the IRAP team, reporting to IRAP’s Director of Institutional Giving.
  • Work with the Director of Institutional Giving to draft LOIs, grant proposals, and reports, including proposal budgets and financial reports.
  • Maintain annual grants calendar to track deadlines for proposals, reports, and other relationship outreach.
  • Conduct research and prepare profiles on institutional prospects and exercise independent judgment and initiative in identifying and cultivating additional institutional prospects.
  • Collaborate with the Director of Institutional Giving and development team on strategic planning for institutional portfolio.
  • Work with the Director of Institutional Giving to prepare the Executive Director and relevant program staff in advance of meetings with institutional donors and prospects, including by providing background information, meeting goals, key points and recommendations.
  • Communicate across all IRAP departments and offices to understand potential funding needs, then identify and pursue funding opportunities to meet those needs.
  • Communicate with the various program departments on a regular basis to remain updated on program developments and to pitch or update funders on the organization’s work, accordingly.
  • Work with the Development Assistant to update and maintain institutional donor records in the Blackbaud database.
  • Develop tailored, strategic communications to prospective funders and donors with specific programmatic interests.
  • Work with the Development Manager and Communications team to contribute to IRAP communications efforts, including quarterly newsletters, the Report to Supporters, materials for fundraising work, and ongoing development of messaging and branding.
  • No current direct reports, but potential to supervise administrative staff subject to department needs.
This position is open to candidates located in the United States, who are legally eligible to work there and have the ability to travel to New York, as needed, for meetings. A successful candidate can choose to work from our NYC office or to work remotely. Due to the development department’s frequent business in Boston, Chicago, Los Angeles, New York City, San Francisco, and Washington, D.C., candidates who commit to working from one of those cities will receive a salary adjusted to cost of living in that location per the Collective Bargaining Agreement (see Compensation, below.)
  • At least seven years of direct experience with grant writing and institutional fundraising.
  • Superb writing, communications, interpersonal, and analytical skills.
  • Ability to work comfortably with major donor prospects, attorneys, and partner organizations with diverse cultural and social orientations.
  • Must be highly organized and motivated, able to multitask, manage a high-volume workload, and have excellent time management skills.
  • Must have a broad and strategic mindset, with creative aptitude and effective use of independent judgment.
  • Ability to be flexible in a fast-paced and high-pressure work environment.
  • Ability to take initiative and to develop solutions quickly and effectively.
  • Prior nonprofit/NGO employment is required.
  • Experience working with a CRM database management is a plus.
  • Familiarity with Microsoft Suite preferred.
  • Bachelor’s degree required.
  • Interest in refugee/humanitarian issues required. 
IRAP believes that diversity is critical to fostering a strong workplace and serving our clients well. We strongly encourage applications from people with life experiences in the communities that we serve, members of other marginalized communities, and individuals whose identities are underrepresented in the legal profession.
$66,950 – $87,550 New York, Boston, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Washington D.C.
$60,255 – $78,795 Chicago
$55,792-$72,958 Other Locations
Salary will be commensurate with experience. This position is covered by a collective bargaining agreement.
IRAP offers a competitive salary and excellent benefits including family health, dental and vision benefits with no employee-paid premiums, a retirement plan with an employer matching component, and twenty days of vacation, five personal days, and twelve sick days per year. 
How To Apply
Please submit a cover letter, resume, two writing samples of grant proposals or reports, and a list of three references at this link. Review of applications will start immediately, on a rolling basis.
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