The Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission

on Tuesday, November 30, 2010 |

Salary: Commensurate with NSNP’s management positions. 
Education: Bachelor (BA, BS, etc.) 
Location: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 19122, United States 
Posted by: Norris Square Neighborhood Project, Inc. 
Job Category:
 Fundraising & Development 
Sector: Nonprofit 
Last day to apply: December 21, 2010 
Last updated: November 22, 2010 
 Part time 
Language(s): English, Spanish 
Job posted on: November 19, 2010 
Area of Focus: Art, Architecture, Music, Children and Youth, Environment and Ecology 


Development Coordinator-32 hours per week 

Position Description 
The Development Coordinator oversees and coordinates all development activities including grants, individual and major donors, corporate sponsorships, marketing and visibility, while actively engaging board, staff and volunteers in these efforts. 

Organization Description 
Norris Square Neighborhood Project (NSNP) is an innovative Latino youth, arts and gardening organization in lower Eastern North Philadelphia. Our mission is to nurture and actively involve neighborhood children and their families in learning responsibility for self, culture, community and the environment. We are productive, team-oriented and seek someone who can fully contribute to collaborative decision-making and to a fun (and loud) work environment. 

-High or fluent Spanish language proficiency 
-Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent experience 
-Experience in Latino community 

Areas of responsibility 
-Grant preparation, reporting and monitoring 
-Marketing and increasing visibility 
-Event planning 
-Identify and plan fundraising opportunities. 
-Supporting board, staff and volunteers to support fundraising and marketing efforts. 
-Relationship-building with foundations, corporations and individual donors. 

Salary commensurate with NSNP’s management positions. Medical and dental benefits after 3 month probationary period. 

Position starts February 1, 2010.


Additional Qualifications: 


-Interest and familiarity with grant writing and nonprofit development 
-Strong writing skills 
-Energetic communication as well as confidence in speaking in public 

-High or fluent Spanish language proficiency 
-Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent experience 
-Experience in Latino community


How to Apply:

Please submit a resume and cover letter to Reed Davaz McGowan, Executive Director, by December 21, 2010. Please submit any questions about the position via email to the same address. 

Position starts February 1, 2011.