Family Violence Project (FVP) is working to end domestic violence in Kennebec and Somerset counties. We believe it will take the whole community to accomplish our mission. This includes a strong and committed work force.
If you are seeking a challenging position in a critical field of advocacy and social justice, please consider the following unique and specialized professional opportunity requiring solid grounding in principles of advocacy and social work.
Development and Communications Director, Part Time
Family Violence Project seeks an experienced Development and Communications Director, Part Time (with the potential for growth into a full time position). The Development and Communications Director is responsible for management of Family Violence Project’s public relations and development activities.
The ideal candidate must possess multifaceted skills: excellent listening, verbal and written communication skills; dynamic public presentation skills; a working knowledge of fundraising activities; and a demonstrated knowledge of domestic violence and its impact on victims. The ability to plan and execute strategies for marketing and development, as well as the ability to create and sustain respectful positive relationships with a diverse group of individuals is required. This person must be a highly motivated self-starter who is able to work collaboratively and independently. Previous experience with development, grant research and writing in a non-profit environment is preferred. A Bachelor’s Degree is preferred; however, educational qualifications may be met through work experience. EOE
Mail resume and cover letter by September 13, 2019 to:
Search Committee, Development and Communications Director
Family Violence Project PO Box 304, Augusta, ME 04332-0304
Or email all required application materials to [email protected]
Applications without cover letters will not be considered.
All qualified applicants shall receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, sex, sexual orientation, physical or mental disability, religion, age, ancestry or national origin, gender identity or expression, pregnancy or any other characteristic protected by law.