Woodstock Institute, a leading nonprofit research and policy organization in the areas of fair lending, wealth creation, and financial systems reform, is seeking a Development Director.
Woodstock Institute seeks a high-achieving and driven professional with a minimum of five years of development experience, including at least two years of focused grant, proposal or professional writing work. This is a newly created position responsible for planning and implementing a comprehensive fundraising strategy to fund the Institute’s mission delivery. The Development Director will be encouraged to build capacity from the ground up to support the organization’s trusted research, data analysis, and advocacy campaigns.
Specific Requirements Include:
This position offers a competitive salary (range $65-80k) with strong benefits. Woodstock Institute is an equal opportunity employer and strongly encourages qualified applicants from diverse backgrounds and protected classes to apply.
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About Woodstock Institute
Since 1973, Woodstock Institute has been a recognized economic justice leader and bridge-builder between communities and policymakers. Based in Chicago, Woodstock conducts research on financial products and practices, promotes effective state and federal policies, convenes a coalition of community investment stakeholders working to improve access to credit, and helps people use the Institute’s work to understand the issues and develop and implement solutions. To learn more, please visit https://woodstockinst.org.
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