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EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES

The One Love Foundation is expanding quickly as our movement is growing, and we are looking for the right staff to support that rapid growth. We are currently seeking applicants for the following positions:

Interested candidates should submit a cover letter and resume highlighting their relevant experience and explaining their interest in the role to jobs@joinonelove.org as well as complete any instructions given in the position listing.

All positions are based in Westchester County, New York, a 35-minute train ride from Grand Central Station in Manhattan.

  • COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT COORDINATOR - AS NEEDED

    Full job description

    Our Community Engagement Coordinators play the lead role in engaging people in a movement to end relationship abuse. The ideal candidate will love building relationships with people and will be comfortable calling people he or she has never met to tell them about One Love and persuading them to get involved.

    Whether it’s students on college campuses and/or entire communities, he or she will build relationships from the ground up, raising awareness about One Love’s educational tools and campaigns. Coordinators engage students, campus communities, and/or the broader community deeply in our work, ultimately guiding the most motivated individuals to become leaders of this movement.

    He or she must also be comfortable as a facilitator and trainer, guiding others in how to lead a meaningful discussion, using our film workshop, Escalation, as a tool. Given the critical importance of this role, it’s essential that the Community Engagement Coordinator believe 100% in the importance of our mission and in the power of communities, and young people in particular, to achieve ambitious goals.  

    Our Community Engagement Coordinators become part of either our Campus or Regional Engagement sub-teams: 

    • Campus Coordinators work to bring the Escalation Workshop and Team One Love to interested colleges and high schools across the country, supporting them both remotely through virtual training/support and, when funding exists, in person.  We anticipate that Campus Coordinators will travel at least 25% of their time to visit and engage campuses across the country.
    • Regional Coordinators work to bring the Escalation Workshop and Team One Love to regions where the Foundation has raised the funds to enable work with a more diverse set of partners – high schools and colleges to be sure, but also other youth-focused organizations, community groups, parents, and sports groups. Regional Coordinators are assigned to a specific region and work to build deep roots and authentic partnerships that can help accelerate the movement to end relationship violence.  One Love’s ultimate goal for these regions is to create local offices and teams that can deepen our roots and spread the movement even further than we can traveling from the Northeast.  During the start-up work in a community, Regional Coordinators can expect to travel to their specific region 60-75% of the time.  

    Responsibilities of both Campus and Regional Engagement Coordinators include:

    • Lead responsibility for communicating about and engaging your relationships in One Love’s work. The Community Engagement Coordinator will be the lead communicator of our program and vision to their constituents. Whether talking to administrators, coaches, students, parents or community partners, the ideal candidate must be able to clearly communicate the essence of our work in a way that empowers people to participate. He or she must also be extremely organized and a strong detail manager who can work with our Salesforce database to keep track of relationship details and progress.
    • Facilitating Escalation workshops and training others to do the same. The Escalation workshop stimulates important and sensitive discussions about relationship violence.  Engagement Coordinators must be able to comfortably and adeptly manage workshops and trainings effectively.
    • Being a coach and cheerleader for inspired individuals, helping them to become community leaders. Escalation and #ThatsNotLove are waking students up to the presence of relationship violence in their lives and inspiring them to work for change. As their primary contact, Community Engagement Coordinators play a critical role in showing inspired individuals how they can participate and become true leaders in this work.
    • Working with the overall team to develop best practices to refine and improve our efforts. The Community Engagement team works together to understand what is working or not working so that best practices can be shared across the country. The ability to set goals and evaluate against these key metrics is essential to evaluating the success of our efforts. Equally important is the ability to creatively think about what other products and tools we can develop to engage students and the broader community even more deeply with this work.  Community Engagement Coordinators have a keen eye to what “works” in reaching young people and readily share new activation ideas amongst themselves and with student volunteers.

     

    REQUIREMENTS

    • Bachelor’s degree required
    • 0-3 years of work experience
    • Comfortable and confident communication skills that enable him/her to wear a number of different hats (e.g. coordinating, educating, rallying, troubleshooting, etc.)
    • Exceptional project management skills for managing multiple relationships and multiple accounts thoroughly and efficiently:
      • Ability to create, manage and adjust schedules quickly, even when traveling
      • Ability to develop efficient travel plans that maximize time on the road
      • Strong prioritization skills to develop action plans for your work
    • Extremely self-motivated
    • Strong multi-tasking abilities
    • Ability to work independently as well as part of a team
    • Enthusiastic about low-budget travel
    • Sense of humor a plus

     

    COMPENSATION & BENEFITS:

    The compensation and benefits package is competitive with comparable nonprofits in the region.

    The position is based in Westchester County, New York, a 35-minute train ride from Grand Central Station in Manhattan.

     

    TO APPLY: Send the following to jobs@joinonelove.org

    • Put: “I’m your next Community Engagement Coordinator” in the subject line
    • Include an attached resume in PDF format
    • In 150 words or less, pitch us on why you’re the best candidate for the job 
  • Managing Director, Development

    Full job description

    THE OPPORTUNITY

    One Love’s current budget is $4M per year, but the organization hopes to grow 2-3X over the next three years as our national presence and team expand.  The Managing Director, Development position has been created so that One Love can hire an experienced development professional to build and lead a best in class development effort capable of funding and fueling this movement.  In addition to proven experience, the ideal candidate will believe wholeheartedly in our mission and have an entrepreneurial mindset that can help us take One Love and this movement to the next level. 

    Reporting to the CEO, the Managing Director, Development will also work closely with the Board, the Managing Director, Partnerships, and regional Executive Directors who are building strong local efforts in Baltimore, Boston and San Francisco. He or she will be responsible for establishing a solid development infrastructure that can support rapid growth nationally and in specific regions as well as overseeing One Love’s NYC Tri-State development efforts – including major gifts, special events and community fundraising. 

    SPECIFIC RESPONSIBILITIES

    Strategy/Leadership

    • Work closely with the CEO and Managing Director, Partnerships, and the Managing Director, Development to design and implement a comprehensive plan for increasing financial support through the entire range of development activities.
    • Be an active participant in helping to set strategic initiatives organization-wide.  Coordinate development efforts with marketing and communications efforts that help One Love reach more people with their educational programs and then engage them in an ongoing basis in this movement for change.
    • Build plans for developing and diversifying One Love’s donor base and work closely with other team members to secure funding for new initiatives.  Systematically and effectively strengthening the organization’s overall fundraising and donor stewardship capacity. 
    • Be a “go to” resident expert in development on every subject from solicitation, grant writing, and donor stewardship.  Establish clear processes and playbook for best-in-class development efforts

    Development

    • Work closely with CEO and Managing Director, Partnerships, to understand and evaluate One Love’s development progress to date.  Identify and execute strategies for keeping these supporters personally invested and engage them in helping to expand One Love’s base of support through their networks.  Going forward, oversee the annual revenue budgeting process.
    • Build a deeper base of supporters in the NYC Tri-State and be the lead relationship manager for these individuals. Oversee staff also responsible for building donor relationships in the region.
    • Staff, organize and lead NYC Tri-State based cultivation and fundraising events.  Work closely with regional Executive Directors to plan their own regional based efforts.
    • Collaborate with the CEO and Managing Director, Partnerships to establish strategic plans for expanding One Love’s base of foundation support.  Identify key prospects for support, write grants, and be lead contact person for initial inquiries.
    • Develop a strategic plan for community fundraising.  While major gifts have fueled our growth to date, a movement will be driven by grassroots contributions at every level. 
    • Build and oversee a best-in-class approach to donor relationship management and embrace technology and data to do so. Provide reports and present analyses of progress regularly to Board and senior leaders.

    Team Building/Managing/Mentoring

    • Assess current approach to fundraising and make recommendations about team structure and responsibilities going forward.
    • Establish clear development goals that are consistent with organizational priorities.  Motivate the team to accomplish these goals, and establish clear performance standards and benchmarks for success.

    REQUIREMENTS

    Professional Qualifications/Experience

    • Track record of having built and led successful, sustainable development programs. Deep familiarity with development best practices.  Minimum of 10-15 years of development experience is a must.
    • Comfort as a front-line fundraiser; proven track record of cultivating, soliciting and closing major gifts.  Outstanding relationship building skills and communication ability are required.
    • Ability to see the big picture, think strategically, and translate strategy into targeted goals and actions. Experience developing and overseeing implementation of a development strategic plan.
    • A builder – experience building, mentoring and managing teams in pursuit of ambitious goals
    • Strong leadership experience; entrepreneurial experience is a plus.

    Personal Qualities and Attributes

    • Deep passion for One Love’s mission and movement
    • An engaging and approachable demeanor.  Someone who has a collaborative – not turfy – mindset. 
    • A polished communicator and excellent writer, able to effectively articulate the case for One Love support
    • High energy, enthusiasm and a strong work ethic.
    • Ability to manage multiple priorities at once and to galvanize a team to do so as well.
    • Collaborative, team-driven style.
    • Superior organizational, time-management and follow-up skills.
    • Entrepreneurial mindset that embraces experimentation and can quickly pivot where required
    • Sense of humor a plus!

    Education

    • Bachelor’s degree is required.

    COMPENSATION & BENEFITS

    The compensation and benefits package is competitive with nonprofits of comparable size in the region.

    The position is based in Westchester County, New York, a 35-minute train ride from Grand Central Station in Manhattan. 

    TO APPLY: Send the following to jobs@joinonelove.org

    • Put: “I’m your next MD, Development” in the subject line
    • Include an attached resume in PDF format
    • In 150 words or less, pitch us on why you’re the best candidate for the job
  • Partnership Coordinator

    Full job description

    One Love exists because Yeardley Love was killed and her death was avoidable.  Fundraising fuels our growth and helps us to distribute this important information to as many people as possible.  We are looking to hire an enthusiastic contributor to support our Partnership team. The ideal candidate will be a self-starter who believes wholeheartedly in our mission and is eager to support, and learn from, a growing nonprofit’s fundraising team.

    The Partnership Coordinator will play an important role by supporting all fundraising activities including donor management and appeals. The Partnership Coordinator will report directly to the Managing Director, Partnerships who oversees fundraising and partnerships for One Love.

    Responsibilities Include:

    • Record and maintain accurate information in donor database, including updating donor data, tracking incoming revenue, and running reports as appropriate in support of these activities
    • Prepare written acknowledgements for gifts received and ensure any other appropriate acknowledgements are made
    • Serve as a liaison between donors and staff, making calls and handling inquiries related to One Love and the partnerships team
    • Identify new fundraising opportunities that match One Love’s mission and priorities:
      • Conduct research on donors – individual, corporates, and foundations nationally
      • Develop a plan that outlines application and report deadlines
      • Write first draft of grant proposals and work with team to modify
    • Support the partnerships team with donor management and organization. Add individuals, corporations, and foundations into Salesforce; verify accuracy of donor information; and update regularly across the organization
    • Clearly communicate meeting, email, and call reminders in Salesforce; set timely alerts for grant proposals and reports annually
    • Develop and run reports in Salesforce
    • Assist with preparation of mailings: compile lists and check for accuracy; work with the team to ensure timely distribution
    • Other related duties as requested

    REQUIREMENTS

    • Bachelor’s degree required
    • 2-5 years of experience in non-profit development office
    • Hard-working self-starter who is adaptable, positive, and excited by the opportunity to be part of an entrepreneurial and fast-moving team that is trying to change the world!
    • Interest in building our base of support by researching potential partners
    • Excellent relationship-building skills
    • Strong organizational skills, detail-oriented, and a comfort working on multiple projects simultaneously 
    • Experience working with Salesforce or similar donor database
    • Excellent written and oral communication skills
    • Proficiency with Microsoft Office applications
    • Sense of humor a plus!

    COMPENSATION & BENEFITS

    The compensation and benefits package is competitive with comparable nonprofits in the region.

    The position is based in Westchester County, New York, a 35-minute train ride from Grand Central Station in Manhattan.

    TO APPLY: Send the following to jobs@joinonelove.org

    • Put: “I’m your next Partnerships Coordinator” in the subject line
    • Include an attached resume in PDF format
    • In 150 words or less, pitch us on why you’re the best candidate for the job
  • West Coast Regional Coordinator

    Full job description

    Regional Engagement Coordinators work to bring the Escalation Workshop and Team One Love to specific regions where the Foundation seeks to work with a diverse set of partners including high schools and colleges as well as other youth-focused organizations, community groups, parents, and sports groups.

    Regional Engagement Coordinators work to build deep roots and authentic partnerships within a given region that can help accelerate the movement to end relationship violence.  The West Coast Regional Coordinator will spend at least half of their time focused on the Bay Area, with the possibility of travel to other cities on the West Coast to develop support in new areas.   

    Our Regional Engagement Coordinators play the lead role in engaging people in the movement to end relationship abuse. The ideal candidate will love building relationships with people and will be comfortable calling people he or she has never met to tell them about One Love and persuading them to get involved.

    Whether it’s students on college campuses and/or entire communities, he or she will build relationships from the ground up, raising awareness about One Love’s educational tools and campaigns. Coordinators engage students, staff, campus communities, and/or the broader community deeply in our work, ultimately guiding the most motivated individuals to become leaders of this movement.

    He or she must also be comfortable as a facilitator and trainer, guiding others in how to lead a meaningful discussion, using our film workshop, Escalation, as a tool. Given the critical importance of this role, it’s essential that the Community Engagement Coordinator believe 100% in the importance of our mission and in the power of communities, and young people in particular, to achieve ambitious goals.  

    This position will report to One Love’s Executive Director of the Bay Area. 

    Responsibilities of Regional Engagement Coordinators include:

    • Spreading One Love’s message and  engaging new relationships in One Love’s work. The Regional Engagement Coordinator will be the lead communicator of our program and vision to their constituents. Whether talking to administrators, coaches, students, parents or community partners, the ideal candidate must be able to clearly communicate the essence of our work in a way that empowers people to participate, and makes it easy for them to get involved. He or she must also be extremely organized and a strong detail manager who can work with our Salesforce database to keep track of relationship details and progress to make sure that no relationship or opportunity falls through the cracks.
    • Facilitating Escalation workshops and training others to do the same. The Escalation Workshop stimulates important and sensitive discussions about relationship violence.  Engagement Coordinators must be able to comfortably and adeptly manage workshops and trainings effectively. This includes facilitating small (10-20 person) and large scale (200-500 person) workshops, training facilitators to lead workshops, and helping schools to organize workshops of all sizes.
    • Being a coach and cheerleader for inspired individuals, helping them to become community leaders. Escalation and #ThatsNotLove are waking students up to the presence of relationship violence in their lives and inspiring them to work for change. As their primary contact, Engagement Coordinators play a critical role in showing inspired individuals how they can participate and become true leaders in this work. This means building relationships with these individuals, providing constant support, and thinking creatively about how to help them engage their community further.
    • Working with the overall team to develop best practices to refine and improve our efforts. The Community Engagement team works together to understand what is working or not working so that best practices can be shared across the country. The ability to set goals and evaluate against these key metrics is essential to evaluating the success of our efforts. Equally important is the ability to creatively think about the other products and tools we can develop to engage students and the broader community even more deeply with this work. Engagement Coordinators have a keen eye to what “works” in reaching young people and readily share new activation ideas amongst themselves and with student volunteers. This role involves listening to what students, administrators, parents and community members on the ground want from One Love – and then bringing those creative ideas back to the team.

     

    REQUIREMENTS

    • Bachelor’s degree required
    • 0-3 years of work experience
    • Comfortable and confident communication skills that enable him/her to wear a number of different hats (e.g. coordinating, educating, rallying, troubleshooting, etc.)
    • Exceptional project management skills for managing multiple relationships and multiple accounts thoroughly and efficiently:
      • Ability to create, manage and adjust schedules quickly, even when traveling
      • Ability to develop efficient travel plans that maximize time on the road
      • Strong prioritization skills to develop action plans for your work
      • Extremely self-motivated
      • Strong multi-tasking abilities
      • Ability to work independently as well as part of a team
      • Enthusiastic about low-budget travel
      • Sense of humor a plus

     

    COMPENSATION & BENEFITS

    The compensation and benefits package is competitive with comparable nonprofits in the region.

    The position is based in the Bay Area. The team is currently located in San Francisco but because the permanent office has not yet been established, this is subject to change.

     

    TO APPLY

    Send the following to jobs@joinonelove.org:

    • Put: “I’m your next West Coast Regional Engagement Coordinator” in the subject line
    • Include an attached resume in PDF format
    • In 150 words or less, pitch us on why you’re the best candidate for the job 
  • EXECUTIVE ASSISTANT

    Full job description

    Day to day responsibilities will include:

    • Managing the CEO’s calendar including scheduling meetings and planning travel.
    • Working with the CEO to prioritize her daily schedule and keep track of open items.
    • Assisting the CEO with relationship management, updating contacts, and keeping quality records in Salesforce.
    • Fielding telephone calls, emails, and inquiries and determining on a daily basis which can be handled directly, which should be referred elsewhere, and which must be addressed by the CEO.
    • Identifying, preparing, and compiling necessary materials to ensure that the CEO has appropriate information for meetings, reports, presentations, events and special projects. Proficiency in Microsoft PowerPoint, Word, and Excel are a must.
    • Managing the CEO’s receipt collection, expense tracking, and reimbursement process.
    • Providing meeting support including agenda planning, logistics organization, and materials prep.
    • Anticipating ways to help advance items on the CEO’s agenda and then working to do so.

     Requirements:

    • Bachelor’s degree and minimum of two years’ work experience required or minimum of five years of work as an executive assistant.
    • Passion for our mission and work; great excitement about being part of a movement to end relationship violence.
    • Excellent organizational skills and very strong attention to detail.
    • Natural problem-solving instinct, and ability to generate solutions for problems or challenges that emerge. 
    • Proactive and hard-working individual who works well both independently and as part of a team
    • Ability to prioritize, plan ahead, and anticipate work that needs to be done
    • Flexibility and resourcefulness; adaptability to changing needs and demands; ability to work across an organization with a variety of roles and personalities
    • Excellent written and oral communication skills, including ease in creating and amending presentations
    • High level of proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook, and deep understanding and familiarity with social media and technology
    • Experience with Salesforce is a plus

     

    COMPENSATION AND BENEFITS:

    The compensation and benefits package is competitive with comparable nonprofits in the region.

    The position is based in Westchester County, New York, a 35-minute train ride from Grand Central Station in Manhattan.

     

    TO APPLY: Send the following to jobs@joinonelove.org

    • Put: “I’m your next Executive Assistant” in the subject line
    • Include an attached resume in PDF format
    • In 150 words or less, pitch us on why you’re the best candidate for the job 
  • Regional Executive Director - Boston, Dallas, Baltimore/DC

    Full job description

    Starting in 2017, One Love will begin establishing local offices to help expand the growth of our movement to end relationship violence.  We are looking for entrepreneurial Regional Executive Directors who want to build local efforts in several key launch cities including:  Boston, Dallas, and Baltimore/DC.  These Regional EDs will be the lead architects of movement expansion plans for their communities.  Specific responsibilities include:

    • Developing a strategic plan for expanding One Love’s education and activation work in their community.  Regional EDs will work closely with local supporters and members of One Love’s New York based team to understand progress in their region to date and goals for movement building in the years to come.  He or she will develop a three-year strategic plan that will articulate a vision for One Love’s regional growth in three key areas: (1) education of young people, (2) recruitment and development of local leaders to drive the movement, and (3) expansion of the financial base of support for this work.  Ultimately, he or she will present this plan – included associated budget, rollout timeline and key metrics – to One Love’s senior leadership for approval.   Because One Love is a start-up, articulating a very specific fundraising plan to support the growth articulated is critical.
    • Executing against the strategic plan and managing the Regional Office’s budgetWith a strategic plan in place, the Executive Director’s job will shift toward executing against that plan and managing the associated budget.  Fundraising will be a critical first step in supporting the ED’s vision for movement expansion. 
    • Leading One Love’s movement building in his/her region.  Each Regional ED will be a powerful local advocate for this work and this movement, recruiting collaborators who share our vision and believe in the power of communities, and young people in particular, to achieve ambitious goals.  He/she must be an articulate and passionate believer who can motivate local volunteers and leaders at every level of the community to join this movement for change, helping to direct their energy and enthusiasm into specific opportunities for impact
    • Honestly evaluating progress and working collaboratively with One Love national’s leadership team as well as other Regional EDs to continue to iterate and evolve our model for impact.   While wildly enthusiastic, the Regional ED must also be goal oriented and honest in assessment of how those goals are being met.  Although still in the “early metrics” stage, the Regional ED must keep a constant eye to progress so that we can develop more concrete measures of success on the path to changing the statistics around Relationship Violence. Regional EDs will work together to understand what is working or not working so that best practices can be shared across the country. Equally important to honest assessment is the ability to creatively think about what other products and tools we can develop to engage students and the broader community even more deeply with this work. 

    REQUIREMENTS

    • Bachelor’s degree required, 10+ years of work experience preferred
    • Must be a motivated self-starter with an entrepreneurial spirit
    • Must be a builder and a “big thinker” with a strong interest in overseeing the growth of the movement to end relationship violence on multiple levels: programmatic expansion, growth of the fundraising base, and empowerment of local leaders
    • Successful track record of fundraising, community engagement and expansion
    • Strategic and creative mind focused on scaling One Love’s promising early engagement with a community into something permanent and impactful in years to come
    • Exceptional relationship manager who can recruit a diverse collection of individuals, schools, foundations, and organizations to this cause
    • Extremely self-motivated but with a deep desire to work as part of a team on this ambitious endeavor
    • Comfortable and confident communication skills
    • Strong multi-tasking abilities since the Regional ED will wear every hat to start!
    • Comfort leading locally but participating nationally in One Love’s work

    COMPENSATION & BENEFITS

    The compensation and benefits package is competitive with comparable nonprofits.

    TO APPLY

    Send the following to jobs@joinonelove.org:

    • Put: “I’m your next Regional ED” in the subject line
    • Include an attached resume in PDF format
    • In 150 words or less, pitch us on why you’re the best candidate for the job 
  • Bookkeeper

    Full job description

    One Love currently outsources the bookkeeping function, but we are now looking to bring the capability in-house.   We seek a bookkeeper to be responsible for various general accounting and bookkeeping tasks, in addition to financial reporting and oversight.

    Specific responsibilities include:

    • Process accounts payable, including verification of invoices/financial amounts, voucher preparation and resolution of billing discrepancies
    • Process accounts receivable, including invoicing, tracking, and collections
    • Process credit card statements, including coding of expenses to the appropriate expense category
    • Process reimbursements, including coding of expenses to the appropriate expense category
    • Monitor bank account activities and journalize transactions, including cash receipts, wire transfers, ACH and direct debits
    • Perform month-end bank reconciliations; reconciling QuickBooks entries with Salesforce entries for the month.  Working closely with donor services and merchandise team members to ensure accurate revenue and expense recognition
    • Record payroll and benefit expenses and code accordingly
    • Track grants received and associated expense balances; issue reports as requested
    • Prepare monthly financial reports for presentation to internal management as well as the Board of Directors
    • Other duties as required

    REQUIREMENTS

    • Deep passion for One Love’s mission and movement
    • Bachelor’s degree in Accounting
    • 3-5 years accounting experience; knowledge of nonprofit accounting a plus
    • Intermediate level proficiency in Microsoft Excel and QuickBooks; experience with QuickBooks Online and/or FundEZ a plus
    • Understanding of Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP)
    • Extremely detail-oriented and able to process data with the right balance between accuracy and efficiency
    • Independent, organized, self-starter with the ability to plan and prioritize work schedule
    • Ability to present financial data and information to Senior Management
    • Extremely self-motivated with the ability to work both independently as well as part of a team
    • Strong analytical and problem-solving skills, as well as strong interpersonal, verbal, and written communication skills
    • Sense of humor is a plus! 

    COMPENSATION & BENEFITS

    The compensation and benefits package is competitive with comparable nonprofits in the region.

    The position is based in Westchester County, New York, a 35-minute train ride from Grand Central Station in Manhattan.

     

    TO APPLY: Send the following to jobs@joinonelove.org

    • Put: “I’m your next Bookkeeper” in the subject line
    • Include an attached resume in PDF format
    • In 150 words or less, pitch us on why you’re the best candidate for the job 

     

     

  • Donor Services Database Manager

    Full job description

    The Donor Services Database Manager will supervise the organization’s donor services operations and donation data integrity. They will play a key role in overseeing all aspects of One Love’s CRM needs, including ensuring accurate data entry into Salesforce, tying Salesforce data to Quickbooks financial data, and working with team leaders to develop necessary reports. This position will ensure accuracy and quality control standards are met within all internal CRM systems and will take the lead on strategic innovations in the organization’s CRM usage.

    Responsibilities include:

    • Supervise, mentor and motivate Donor Services team

    • Manage work flow and accuracy of CRM systems including deposits, data entry,

      acknowledgements, receipts, matching gifts, recurring giving, and other outgoing material as

      needed

    • Assure the accuracy and integrity of the donor systems and data input, with an eye to developing

      organization-wide best practices for data management

    • Recommend/update database usage, policies, and procedures to Management

    • Identify issues with the database, research and identify methodologies of correction, and

      implement solutions

    • Design and maintain appropriate filing systems

    • Reconcile Salesforce data with Quickbooks data on a regular basis

    • Evaluate application upgrades and new hardware/software developments in Donor Services

      support. Make recommendations and supervise implementation

    • Set goals for the team’s performance and manage to those goals, adjusting when needed

    • Implement improvements to efficiency and effectiveness when needed

    • Serve as primary liaison between Operations team and the rest of the organization on all database

      and donor services issues. Take a lead role in coordinating CRM usage between departments,

      ensuring organization-wide consistency and accuracy

    • Design and prepare reports based on internal needs; Proactively seek input on report design and

      usage from end users

    • Provide support in preparation of monthly and annual financial reports, including annual financial

      audit

    REQUIREMENTS
    • Bachelor’s degree required

    • 5+ years of experience in CRM or related area

    • Demonstrated proficiency using and managing a database. Experience with Salesforce a plus

    • Understanding of accounting principles and efficient business operations

    • Exceptional organizational and time management skills

    • Comfortable in a fast paced, entrepreneurial and quickly growing organization

    • Familiarity with Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Google applications, Salesforce and Quickbooks

    • Demonstrated success in team-based work settings

    • Excellent written and oral communication skills

    • Extremely self-motivated and a master multi-tasker

    • Sense of humor a plus

     

    COMPENSATION & BENEFITS

    The compensation and benefits package is competitive with comparable nonprofits in the region. The position is based in Westchester County, New York, a 35-minute train ride from Grand Central Station in Manhattan.

     

    TO APPLY: Send the following to jobs@joinonelove.org

    • Put: “I’m your next Donor Services Database Manager” in the subject line

    • Include an attached resume in PDF format

    • In 150 words or less, pitch us on why you’re the best candidate for the job 

  • DIRECTOR, DEVELOPMENT

    Full job description

    The One Love Foundation is committed to philanthropically funding the development and distribution of its educational tools and initiatives in the interest of sparking a movement to end relationship violence. As such, fundraising is a critical element of our work. We are hoping to hire an experienced fundraiser to identify and engage donors in our mission.

    Our ideal candidate will be an enthusiastic fundraising professional who believes wholeheartedly in our mission and is eager to identify, cultivate, and solicit individuals capable of making major gifts. This is a unique opportunity for a dedicated, results-oriented, relationship builder to make a significant impact at an innovative nonprofit.

    One Love is in a phase of rapid growth. Relationship management is at the core of our work and is an integral part of this role. He or she will build relationships from the ground up, raising awareness about and funds in support of One Love’s educational tools and campaigns. Development Directors will work to engage all members of the broader community deeply in our work, ultimately guiding the most motivated individuals to become leaders and financial supporters of this movement. The ideal candidate will love building relationships with people and will be comfortable calling new individuals to tell them about One Love and persuading them to get involved.  The position requires strong entrepreneurial skills to leverage our small donor base and to build new relationships in our focused regions. This is not a traditional major gift officer position, but rather an opportunity to help a relatively new nonprofit grow and deepen in regions across the country.

    Specific responsibilities include:

    • Identify, cultivate, solicit, and steward individual and corporate donors at the major gift level ($2,500 - $100,000+). Develop customized strategies to cultivate and solicit donors.
    • Work closely with the Regional coordinators in developing strong relationships with community members to engage them in community fundraising efforts, volunteer opportunities and events.
    • Identify new fundraising opportunities that match One Love’s mission and priorities.
    • Create and develop compelling proposals to donors that effectively make the case for support.
    • Assist in the development of Regional Leadership Councils (Boston, Dallas, New York & San Francisco) and lead efforts to engage and empower these important stakeholders and donors.

    REQUIREMENTS

    • Bachelor’s degree required.
    • 5 to 7 years of experience in the non-profit sector. Must have success in soliciting major gifts and building and deepening engagement with donors. Preference for experience with a start-up or campaign-driven non-profit.  
    • Enthusiasm for sales skills to develop a portfolio of donors.
    • Exceptional relationship management skills that enable him/her to manage multiple relationships in a thorough and efficient way:
      • Ability to create and manage schedules quickly, even when traveling
      • Ability to develop efficient travel plans that maximize time on the road
      • Extremely self-motivated with strong multi-tasking abilities. 
      • Ability to work independently as well as part of a team.
      • This position is approximately 60% travel.
      • Knowledge of Salesforce or similar donor database.
      • Excellent written, verbal and presentation skills.

     

    COMPENSATION & BENEFITS:

    The compensation and benefits package is competitive with comparable nonprofits in the region.

    The position is based in Westchester County, New York, a 35-minute train ride from Grand Central Station in Manhattan.

     

    TO APPLY: Send the following to jobs@joinonelove.org

    • Put: “I’m your next Director, Development” in the subject line
    • Include an attached resume in PDF format
    • In 150 words or less, pitch us on why you’re the best candidate for the job
  • LEAD WEB DEVELOPER

    Full job description

    The Lead Web Developer will play a key role in identifying and developing initiatives and web strategies that help us bring our movement to end relationship abuse to life. Over the next year, One Love will evolve joinonelove.org to make it a one-stop shop where users can “learn” and “do” around issues of relationship abuse. The end goals include increasing our user base, site traffic, and engagement/activation rates. The person interested in this role will be an expert at developing processes and efficient systems using movement-building platforms that will ultimately allow for scale and engagement.

    Web Development. The Lead Web Developer will implement technology updates and liaison directly with technology and product vendors when needed. He/she will be able to create pathways from our CMS to collect and store organizational key performance indicators (KPIs) seamlessly in our CRM. The candidate should be comfortable building both front-end and back-end website features. He/she will manage multiple web projects and features from concept to implementation.

    User Experience. The Lead Web Developer will be the keeper of the user experience. He/she will have a keen eye towards design and always work to optimize web processes and user flows to keep people engaged and on site. At times this will require the Web Developer and Data Manager to gather, interpret, and make decisions regarding joinonelove.org using analytics and/or user feedback.

    Data. The Lead Web Developer will be incredibly comfortable with data. He/she will love to capture, scrub and use data from our CRM/CMS to think through larger questions of engagement and activation. Additionally, they will feel comfortable consulting the data to determine what technical products the team should invest in and be knowledgeable about the latest technology and how it could be implemented to further our KPIs and mission.

     

    REQUIREMENTS

    • Bachelor’s degree required
    • 5-8 years of work experience that includes:
      • The ability to both think big picture about the direction of the One Love digital strategy and dive into the details of the HTML/CSS, site admin and the CRM/CMS of our digital product.
      • Building websites and web products on top of the CRM, Salesforce.
      • Familiar with or extremely confident in ability to learn:
        • HTML/CSS and basic knowledge of liquid logic
        • CRM/CMS expert or has the ability to explain a CRM/CMS to a novice!
        • Google Analytics
        • The difference between outputs and outcomes
        • User experience design with basic graphic design ability a plus
        • Excellent written and oral communication skills
        • Extremely self-motivated and a master multi-tasker
        • Sense of humor a plus

     

    COMPENSATION & BENEFITS

    The compensation and benefits package is competitive with comparable nonprofits in the region.

    The position is based in Westchester County, New York, a 35-minute train ride from Grand Central Station in Manhattan. Limited travel may be required.

     

    TO APPLY: Send the following to jobs@joinonelove.org

    • Put: “I’m your next Lead Web Developer” in the subject line
    • Include an attached resume in PDF format
    • Find and document one strategic improvement you would make to www.joinonelove.org