CAREERS

Current Openings:

DEVELOPMENT DIRECTOR

For more than 30 years, Project Self-Sufficiency has been cultivating the grit and determination needed for a lifetime of achievements for single parents and their children. It is remarkable, the level of impact we have been able to make in their lives over this time. We feel this is largely due to the enormous community support and love we are so fortunate to receive.

Today we serve an average of 145 families each year, and we plan to do more. Our organizational budget now exceeds $1.6M, and it is time to bring a Development Director onto Team Awesome!

This is an amazing opportunity for the right candidate. Project Self-Sufficiency has never had someone in the role of Development Director, and this person will play an instrumental role in bringing innovation and best practices to the build-out and formalization of our development program, ensuring that single parents can have the opportunities and supports they need to accomplish education goals while raising kids, while fulfilling their human potential in their roles as parents, and more broadly throughout the community.

The Development Director reports to the Executive Director, and will be a member of the organization’s Leadership Team. We are strong leaders, committed to the full execution of our mission through excellence and accountability to each other and to the amazing community that supports our work; we require someone who is collaborative, not afraid to challenge or be challenged, while being supportive and compassionate to each other. We are tenacious and strong, we have to be in order to stay on track toward big goals and objectives. We try our best to be extremely organized, so that we can be proactive and responsive, and jump in to do what’s needed. And perhaps most importantly, we like to laugh and have fun along the way.

Please consider learning more about the Development Director role if you …

  • Are in love with Project Self-Sufficiency’s mission and are ready to shout it from the rooftops;
  • Have at least five years of nonprofit development experience;
  • Are ridiculously detail oriented;
  • Enjoy building and using systems for the tracking and execution of projects;
  • Know how to build and strengthen relationships via phone, written communications, and in-person;
  • Are results and goal oriented;
  • Think strategically and know how to leverage partnerships, resources and people to advance our mission.

Learn more about our other requirements by studying the job description below.

What we offer…

  • An enormous opportunity to play an essential role in transforming the lives of single-parent families in a fun, supportive work environment;
  • A commitment to your professional growth and development;
  • A competitive benefits package that includes 401(K) match, health, dental and vision insurance, Life and Disability Insurance, PTO and 10 paid holidays per year.

An offer of employment will be subject to a signed Confidentiality Agreement, acceptable background check, and, because we work with vulnerable populations, we will require documentation of completed series of COVOD-19 vaccination.

Applicants should carefully review the complete job description for full qualifications and duties. Qualified candidates should submit a cover letter describing their reason for interest and key qualifications for the position, along with their resume, saved as one PDF file. Email the PDF to tracy@bringthepower.org with the subject line “Development Director Position.” Position is open until filled.

Project Self-Sufficiency does not discriminate on the basis of race including hair texture, hair type, or a protective hairstyle commonly or historically associated with race, such as braids, locs, twists, tight coils or curls, cornrows, Bantu knots, Afros, and headwraps. Project Self-Sufficiency also does not discriminate on the basis of, color, ethnicity, religion, gender, gender identity, gender expression, sexual orientation, national origin, military or veteran status, age, physical or other disabilities, or any other characteristics protected under federal, state, or local law.