Mamatoto Village is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization devoted to creating career pathways for Women of Color in the field of public health and human services; and providing accessible perinatal support services designed to empower women with the necessary tools to make the most informed decisions in their maternity care, their parenting, and their lives.
By offering creative solutions to combating health disparities for moms, babies and their families, Mamatoto Village's innovative approach increases awareness, fosters a space for resilience and building upon women's strengths, and encourages the family to adopt healthy lifestyles that promote community transformation. We believe that the right to health and self-preservation according to one’s own will is a basic human right; therefore, if women, due to socioeconomic status, ethnicity, or citizenship status, lack access to the information and tools they need to preserve their lives; the lives of their children; and long-term interests, then it is considered a violation of their rights as humans. Mamatoto Village is dedicated to acting towards the cause of reproductive justice in the best capacity possible. Additionally, we believe that women can be strengthened by other women from their communities to give rise to a more cohesive and supportive environment for childrearing and family wellness.
The Development Manager is a new role on the Mamatoto Village team and will be responsible for bringing both structure and innovation to our growing number of fundraising and communications activities. This role is both strategic and tactical, requiring the ability to think big while minding all the details. The Development Manager must be a savvy self-starter and project manager who is comfortable juggling multiple projects. This role will report to and work closely with the Executive Director (ED) on all projects, in addition to partnering with other staff to coordinate organizational storytelling.
ATTRIBUTES OF COMPETITIVE CANDIDATES
Competitive candidates will have at least 3-7 years of nonprofit development experience and enjoy working on small teams whose members all wear many hats. They must be considerate listeners and believe everyone has an important story to tell. They must readily connect the dots between fundraising, communications, and programs, and they must inspire their colleagues to see those connections as well. They must appreciate structure and systems and believe they make the work easier and better. They must value anecdotes and numbers in equal measure.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty and responsibility satisfactorily. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform essential functions. Other duties may need to be assigned to meet organizational needs.
Devise and Update Development Strategy
Project Manage Fundraising Annual Philanthropic Revenue Goal
Manage Development Operations and Revenue Tracking
Oversee Consistent and Creative Donor Stewardship
Develop and Share Mamatoto Village’s Organizational Messaging and Stories
Organize and Oversee External Organizational Communications
SKILLS AND REQUIREMENTS TO FOSTER SUCCESS
This position has growth potential
Mamatoto Village is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization devoted to creating career pathways for Women of Color in the field of public health and human services; and providing accessible perinatal support services designed to…
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