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CUP is seeking a Development Coordinator to support our development, community engagement, and communications efforts, and play a key role in helping build the relationships and financial support that make our work possible. We’re looking for a creative, organized, and highly motivated individual with some experience in development and communications, who wants to support our mission of using design and art to contribute to meaningful social change.
The ideal candidate for Development Coordinator would be someone with skills in development, including grants, individual grants, individual giving, and events; strong communications skills, as evidenced by very clear, accessible writing and verbal communication; familiarity with social justice and policy issues that are the focus of CUP’s work; an understanding of and ability to communicate in a clear and respectful way about marginalized communities; and a commitment to social justice.
For more information about the position, please see the full listing here: http://welcometocup.org/NewsAndEvents/CUPIsHiringADevelopmentCoordinator
This is a full-time, salaried position. The salary range for the position will be in the range of high $40,000s to low $50,000s, commensurate with experience, as well as a starting paid time off package of 15 personal days and 12 sick days. For more information on benefits, please see the full call on our website.
How to Apply
If you’re interested in the position, your application should include (in this order):
- A cover letter, in which you address why you are interested in this position, how your experience qualifies you for it, and why you would like to work at CUP
- A current resume
- A short writing sample (3 pages maximum), preferably that demonstrates your ability to write in a communications or development context
- A list of 3 references, with contact information. (No need to provide letters!)
Please send all materials as a single PDF (max 5 MB) to [email protected] Include “Development Coordinator” in the subject line.
the Center for Urban Pedagogy (CUP)
- 232 3rd Street, Suite D201
- Brooklyn, NY 11215
- United States