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Development & Communications Manager- Coaching for Healing, Justice, and Liberation

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This position is a staff position for Rockwood Leadership Institute and will be working with Coaching for Healing, Justice, and Liberation and also Coaching for Healing and Non-Violence, which are fiscally sponsored projects of Rockwood Leadership Institute. Therefore, this position will be responsible for holding the values and priorities for all three organizations. You can learn more about our intentions and organizational philosophy here.


WHO WE ARE

Rockwood supports leaders to transform themselves, their communities, and the world towards equity, liberation, and sustainability for all. We do this by providing powerful and effective training to individual leaders and cohorts, thereby strengthening the organizations and movements that they represent.


Rockwood does not do business as usual. Our commitment to values influences every aspect of our organization—what we do and how we do it. Rockwood’s core values include:

  • Trust and integrity
  • Love, laughter, and holding each other in community
  • Transformation
  • Healing, sustainability, and self-care
  • Equity


As we work to embody our values, there are five strategic priorities that guide our work:

  • Movement Impact: Rockwood Leadership Institute will be a primary source for convening and connecting leaders working towards liberation, equity, and sustainability for all.
  • Content Evolution: Rockwood Leadership Institute will be a movement home for the ongoing evolution of transformational leadership development.
  • Race Equity: Race equity is a strength for Rockwood- both in our programming and how we operate internally and in the world.
  • Internal Health & Readiness: Rockwood's staffing, structure, systems, and culture support team members and leaders towards equity, liberation, and sustainability.
  • Financial Sustainability: Rockwood Leadership Institute will attract and steward resources in a way that meets the needs of leaders, sustains our organization, and embodies our values.


Coaching for Healing, Justice, and Liberation offers trainings that use coaching methodologies and an anti-oppression analysis to support movement leaders and healers to identify, visibilize, and disrupt how systemic oppression shows up in our lives. Coaching for Healing, Justice, and Liberation utilizes these skills along with ancestral wisdom and present-day adaptations to begin to undo systemic oppression and heal towards individual and collective liberation. Coaching for Healing and Non-Violence is rooted in the same principles and primarily does work inside the California State Prison system with people who are incarcerated.


Coaching for Healing, Justice, and Liberation’s core values include:

  • Being led by folks who are Black, Indigenous, or people of color (BIPOC).
  • Holding an intersectional anti-oppression analysis that starts with understanding and dismantling white supremacy and settler colonialism.
  • Healing and self-reflection are necessary for individual and collective liberation.
  • A just and sustainable world is not only possible but we are a part of co-creating that world now. 
  • Principles of transformative justice and traditional ways of healing are central to our approach.


WHAT YOU’LL DO


The Development and Communications Manager is responsible for telling Coaching for Healing, Justice, and Liberation’s story by 1) developing and co-holding a relationship-centered resource cultivation strategy that engages individual and institutional donor; and 2) the development and implementation of an organization-wide communications strategy that is in alignment with organizational values, culture, and vision. This position is Coaching for Healing, Justice, and Liberation’s key storyteller by weaving together narratives that connect to our many audiences.  

Our ideal candidate is relational, Self-led, loves to write, has direct experience in fundraising, years of anti-oppression social justice work experience, and is a nuanced and compelling communicator.


Essential Functions & Primary Responsibilities


RESOURCE CULTIVATION MANAGEMENT

  • Drive the production, planning, writing, and delivery of Coaching for Healing, Justice, and Liberation concept papers, proposals, supportive materials, and report in partnership with Co-Directors, and the Program and Finance teams. 
  • Develop and implement relationship-centered individual donor strategy for engaging alumni and other key donors.
  • Oversee and manage organizational grants calendar (including proposals, reports, and renewal schedules), and maintain databases and files.
  • Support Finance and Operations Manager for foundation income forecasting and budgets for proposals and reports.
  • Partner with Co-Directors to write and direct campaigns for individual donor appeals and online donation initiatives.


TENDING TO RELATIONSHIPS 

  • Cultivate and co-hold relationship-centered partnerships that support fundraising and program development with program alumni, movement partners, individual donors, and foundations.
  • Oversee organizational gratitude work to thank and appreciate donors. 


STRATEGY

·      Develop and implement editorial calendar and relationship-centered engagement and communications strategies including the creation of: newsletters, graphics and digital/print resources, and organization and program materials for recruiting program participants.


COMMUNICATIONS

·      Develop and implement an organization-wide communications strategy that is in alignment with organizational values, culture, and vision.

·      Oversee communications and manage Coaching for Healing, Justice, and Liberation’s website, blog, and social media channels.

·      As needed, participate in meetings with partners and funders and represent the organization at public events. 



Job Requirements and Qualifications


Experience: Minimum of 3–5 years of professional experience in individual fundraising, foundation fundraising and/or marketing/strategic communications or related area of expertise for a small to medium-sized nonprofit organization, educational institution, or other office-based business. 


Skills

·      A self-aware and self-reflective fundraiser – you have a passion for revenue generation and are comfortable with your own relationship to money.

·      Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite—required. Airtable, Mailchimp, and Canva (or other CRM, marketing, and graphic design programs)—strongly recommended.

·      Highly effective and relational spoken (phone, video, and in person) and written communication skills. An excellent communicator—confident, humble, and open to giving and receiving feedback.

·      Facility with copy editing, proofing, and formatting skills.

·      Ability to see people and cultivate authentic relationships on behalf of the organization, programs, and alumni.

·      Comfort and excitement about engaging with different identities including racial, cultural, gender, disability, previous incarceration, etc.

·      Flexible and self-motivated with the ability to manage and timeline multiple complex projects concurrently.

·      Ability to hold macro-level, big picture thinking, while executing micro-level, detailed tasks. 

·      Excellent attention to detail—has an organized system of managing tasks and consistent follow-through.

·      Excellent problem-solving skills, ability to adapt and adjust creatively and resourcefully to resolve issues as they arise. 

·      Ability to work and demonstrate anti-racist co-conspiratorship within a very diverse workplace and across a broad spectrum of people outside of Rockwood and Coaching for Healing, Justice, and Liberation. 

·      Optimistic and positive team player—showing up like hope.

·      Direct experience in social justice work. 

·      Deep engagement and self-reflection of intersectional anti-oppression studies.

·      Active engagement and progress in one’s healing journey.


The salary range for this position is $75,000–$88,000 based on experience. Rockwood offers a 32-hour full-time Monday–Thursday workweek and a competitive benefits package. This is a full-time, exempt remote working position and will be supervised by a Coaching for Healing, Justice, and Liberation Co-Director who is located on the traditional, ancestral, and unceded territory of the Tongva/Gabrieleño/Kizh peoples (aka Los Angeles, CA). 


How to apply: 

As part of your application, please submit a resume and write a letter about who you are and why you’re interested in this position by addressing the following questions:

·        Give an example from your past work experience that illustrates the specific skills and knowledge that you would bring to this role.

·        How would you contribute to the work culture of a team with diverse life experiences? 

·        Share how much you have raised in the past and for what type and size of organization

·        In a few sentences, what is your life philosophy?


Please send your application materials to admin@healingjusticeliberation.org. We are accepting applications until the position is filled.


Applicants who make it to the interview round will be asked to submit at least 2 work samples no longer than 3 pages each. Your work sample could include: a piece of media content you’ve created, a brief of a media campaign you developed, a fundraising plan, a redacted proposal or LOI, or a link to a professional website/portfolio. 


We strongly encourage Black, Indigenous, people of color, women and LGBTQ applicants to apply. We will consider qualified applicants with arrest and conviction records for employment. Rockwood Leadership Institute is an equal opportunity employer and makes employment decisions on the basis of merit and lived experience. In accordance with applicable law, Rockwood prohibits discrimination based on race, color, religion, creed, sex, marital status, registered domestic partner status, age, national origin or ancestry, physical or mental disability, medical condition, veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity, citizenship status or any other consideration protected by federal, state or local laws. 


Finally, thank you for taking the time to read this job description. We’re looking forward to getting to know you.

This position is a staff position for Rockwood Leadership Institute and will be working with Coaching for Healing, Justice, and Liberation and also Coaching for Healing and Non-Violence, which are fiscally sponsored projects of Rockwood…

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 Rockwood offers a 32-hour full-time Monday–Thursday workweek and a competitive benefits package. This is a full-time, exempt remote working position and will be supervised by a Coaching for Healing, Justice, and Liberation Co-Director who is located on the traditional, ancestral, and unceded territory of the Tongva/Gabrieleño/Kizh peoples (aka Los Angeles, CA). 

 Rockwood offers a 32-hour full-time Monday–Thursday workweek and a competitive benefits package. This is a full-time, exempt remote working position and will be supervised by a…

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How to apply: 

As part of your application, please submit a resume and write a letter about who you are and why you’re interested in this position by addressing the following questions:

·        Give an example from your past work experience that illustrates the specific skills and knowledge that you would bring to this role.

·        How would you contribute to the work culture of a team with diverse life experiences? 

·        Share how much you have raised in the past and for what type and size of organization

·        In a few sentences, what is your life philosophy?


Please send your application materials to admin@healingjusticeliberation.org. We are accepting applications until the position is filled.

Applicants who make it to the interview round will be asked to submit at least 2 work samples no longer than 3 pages each. Your work sample could include: a piece of media content you’ve created, a brief of a media campaign you developed, a fundraising plan, a redacted proposal or LOI, or a link to a professional website/portfolio. 



How to apply: 

As part of your application, please submit a resume and write a letter about who you are and why you’re interested in this position by addressing the following questions…

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