San Antonino, Texas. This position is being recruited in Texas, with preference for San Antonio and Houston offices.
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The Writer/Editor will be responsible for maintaining close relationships with colleagues in marketing, communications, and conservation to ensure consistency of materials and to foster collaboration to engage donors.
The Writer/Editor manages, writes, produces and edits a variety of communication materials and resources that further fundraising goals. S/he/they is responsible for developing effective and compelling proposals, letters of inquiry, solicitation letters, stewardship reports, acknowledgment letters, presentations and fact sheets. S/he/they will manage writing, editing, and tracking other donor communication resources, such as naming opportunities, as needed. S/he/they will ensure appropriate measures are taken to vet donor solicitations and grant agreements through the proper channels to ensure legal compliance and fulfillment of donor intent. S/he/they will maintain the grants calendar and ensure that all proposals are submitted on time and that collaborating program and finance staff members are aware of spending and reporting requirements. The Development Program Specialist will coordinate with Conservation, Finance and Marketing Resource Center (MRC) staff on communications-related work.
Skills & Experience
- Bachelor’s degree and 3 years’ experience or equivalent combination.
- Experience building relationships with staff, customers or similar.
- Experience generating reports and interpreting data.
- Experience in business writing, editing, and proofreading.
- Experience working across teams.
- Experience, coursework, or other training in principles and practices of relevant field.
- Experience writing or editing one or more of the following: newsletters, magazines, annual reports, web-site articles/stories, donor profiles, presidential acknowledgment letters, campaign brochures, funding proposals, fact sheets, presentations, or equivalent.
- Experience coordinating multiple projects
How to Apply
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