We are hiring
We’re on a mission to end gun deaths and prevent gun injuries.
Development Manager | Director
Grassroots donor development: Build Oregon Alliance’s relationships with individuals and organizations who can support us - financially and through in-kind efforts - to do our work to prevent gun-related tragedies. Maintain and nurture these relationships, showing donors at all levels of the organization how their support matters.
Manage our digital fundraising and email giving program: Lead creation, development, and execution of our digital fundraising programs, including emails, online giving, campaigns, and peer-to-peer fundraising. Monitor and measure impact of digital fundraising activities.
Grant tracking and applications: Track, plan, and support grant applications, including deadlines, LOIs, needed documentation, and grant reporting.
Support development of a large-scale corporate sponsorship program: In partnership with our Executive Director, develop a large-scale, ambitious corporate sponsorship program.
Plan and manage small donor events: Plan small donor events, including recruiting event hosts and supporting hosts for fundraising events; Help plan meaningful donor engagement events; and collaborate with the broader team on successfully implementing an annual fundraising and educational event.
Database management and tracking: Act as primary contact for EveryAction. Improve systems and ways to track our work, with an emphasis on using data to focus our efforts and make sure our donor dollars are being effectively used.
All other things fundraising: Support a range of other activities from prospect research and cultivation, to scheduling and logistics, to researching and developing new, innovative income sources and ways to fundraise.
You care about Oregon and Oregonians. You believe change is possible and a new approach to firearm safety and policy can make our state a stronger, safer place. Ideally, you:
Understand historic and structural racism: You understand, or have a willingness to learn, about how gun violence is connected to historic racism and is rooted in structural inequality. You care about treating all people fairly.
Excited to make change and address root causes: We know we can prevent gun violence and gun suicides. But it will take all of us. To be truly effective, we must work across issues as we know gun violence and gun suicide is deeply connected to a lack of resources in our communities.
Proudly represent the Oregon Alliance for Gun Safety: You want to be part of an organization bringing a new approach to help bridge the divide on guns. You’ll proudly represent the Oregon Alliance at a variety of events in the community.
Comfortable asking people to get involved in a cause you care about: Whether you have a ton of fundraising experience, or just a little, you feel excited about asking people to get involved and support this work.
Prefer a candidate with a minimum of 2 years prior experience in nonprofit fundraising, communications, or marketing experience. To be hired at the higher end of our salary level, candidates will be expected to have significant experience scaling nonprofit fundraising initiatives, such as building a monthly giving program, etc.
Prefer a candidate with experience using EveryAction or other donor/fundraising database systems and software.
Oregon Alliance for Gun Safety staff work remotely but may be required to occasionally travel for work. The person in this role will be expected to participate in in-person activities in their community and surrounding communities. This role will also require some evening and weekend work.
The salary for this position is $60,000-$80,000 based on experience. Please note: if you are really passionate and excited about the opportunity to work in gun violence prevention, but have more or less experience in fundraising, we hope you’ll still apply - we have flexibility to find the right person for this work.
In addition, the Oregon Alliance will provide support towards healthcare. We provide a generous time off package and believe in a healthy work life balance. We also support opportunities for professional development and community service for all staff.
Send your resume and a cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line: Development Manager. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis, with priority given to those received by 3/15. If you have questions about the role, please email email@example.com.
The Oregon Alliance for Gun Safety is an equal opportunity employer.
We’re on a mission to end gun-related tragedies.
We are a nonprofit and advocacy organization focused on preventing gun deaths and injuries. We support and advocate for both community-led solutions as well as evidence-based policies that have been proven to save lives.
We are an Alliance of individuals and organizations who care about the same thing: wanting to keep our kids, families, neighbors and friends safe. We partner with a wide range of organizations and communities across our state, working to bridge the needs of urban and rural Oregonians, youth, veterans, law enforcement, and communities of color who are most impacted by gun violence.
We are focused on finding shared solutions -- and avoiding the kinds of political divisions that too often define this debate. We respect firearm owners, and understand that firearms are part of many Oregonians' lifestyles and families. We believe the path to creating safer communities means working with all Oregonians.