Collateral Repair Project (CRP) is a grassroots effort in Amman, Jordan that has provided much-needed assistance to vulnerable communities since 2006. We seek to assist those in need, foster social cohesion, offer learning opportunities, and help in building peace and reconciliation. Our services are provided regardless of background, and we currently provide assistance to people from many nationalities (e.g. Syria, Iraq, Jordan, Sudan, Yemen, Somalia).
CRP’s holistic approach involves deep community engagement, where we help individuals build resilience and heal from trauma. At our Family Resource and Community Centers, CRP provides a variety of educational, recreational, and wellness activities, which aid our community to gain skills and build community. Additionally, we provide community service and leadership opportunities for people to serve others, which has proven to be a key driver of empowerment and resilience. CRP’s greatest strengths are the deep knowledge and trust we have established with the community we serve, our commitment to community-based engagement, and our ability to develop nuanced, cost-effective, and impactful programs.
Our team members are dynamic, empathetic, and creative problem solvers who actively serve our community by continuously enhancing the impact of our programs and bringing our work to the forefront of best practice.
Our team brings together staff members and community volunteers in a dynamic work environment where personal initiative drives success. We are passionate individuals dedicated to making a difference and good listeners who typically work closely and value efficient teamwork. Our community centers are vibrant spaces where hospitality, enthusiasm, and cheerfulness are encouraged. They are also our office space where we work together, share tasks, and interact casually and free from rigid formality and hierarchy. CRP’s work environment provides a unique opportunity for those willing to learn, grow, and develop a broad range of professional and interpersonal skills.
The Stewardship and Donor Relations Officer is responsible for developing and implementing fundraising and engagement strategies to grow revenue and current and prospective donors. S/he leads the organization’s individual donor fundraising and stewardship as well as effective database management and reporting. The incumbent will report to the Marketing and Communications Manager and works closely with other members of CRP’s Marketing and Communications team to create a coherent approach to fundraising outreach efforts.
Paramount to this position is the ability to confidently connect in a personal manner to CRP’s current and potential supporters and to communicate compellingly about the organization’s mission and impact. A deep interest and talent in establishing and building relationships is a must, as are high-level organizational skills to systematize and track all donor interactions, profiles, and gifts.
The Stewardship and Donor Relations Officer will report directly to CRP’s Marketing and Communications Manager and is responsible for activities including, but not limited to
Salary Range: 600-700 JD/month
Collateral Repair Project (CRP) is a grassroots effort in Amman, Jordan that has provided much-needed assistance to vulnerable communities since 2006. We seek to assist those in need, foster social cohesion, offer…
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English and Arabic.