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Join the Write On Fundraising Team!

Write On Fundraising is a national network of philanthropic advisers who empower your organization by providing expert level fundraising services that include grant writing, policy design, research and evaluation, and campaign development services.

Write On Fundraising provides fresh fundraising solutions for high-impact nonprofits. Our innovative team collaborates remotely across the U.S. and is headquartered in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Communication and impact fuel Write On culture – systems like #slack, Harvest, and Asana enable us to produce the best possible outcomes for our clients while providing life balance and value to team members.

Available Positions:

Development Manager

Write On Fundraising provides fresh fundraising solutions for high-impact nonprofits. Our innovative team collaborates remotely across the U.S. and is headquartered in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Communication and impact fuel Write On culture – systems like #slack, Harvest, and Asana enable us to produce the best possible outcomes for our clients while providing life balance and value to team members.

The full-time, remote Development Manager supports the company’s consulting and capital campaign departments by scheduling, delegating, and executing tasks required to complete various fundraising campaigns and pivots quickly between tasks and projects. 

The role is both remote and flexible in schedule, but is expected to attend regular staff and client meetings. The position has a standard work week of 35-40 hours and receives a cell phone/internet stipend and company laptop. The salary range for the position is $45K – $65K annually. PTO and health, vision, and dental benefits are included. The Development Manager reports to the Regional Director of Development.


Duties include:

Project Management

  • Work with the regional director of development and CEO to analyze and create scopes of work and milestones for client projects
  • Leverage project management system to upload timelines, delegate tasks, manage workflow, and execute client projects
  • Communicate effectively with internal and external audiences on project progress, challenges, and changes to timelines and milestones
  • Maintain up-to-date client files and shared materials

Fundraising

  • In collaboration with the regional director of development and CEO, execute various fundraising campaigns, to include direct mail, crowdfunding, peer-to-peer fundraising, individual donation solicitation, special event planning, and other tasks associated with individual giving and/or annual fundraising
  • Draft compelling, multi-channel fundraising narrative for various campaigns to include letters, emails, presentations, scripts, and other written communication
  • Draft project budgets and other supporting materials for formal fundraising proposals
  • Assist in volunteer recruitment, training, and oversight

Research

  • Conduct formal research for various assessments, including onsite discovery, online surveys, and report writing/design
  • Provide a careful analysis of qualitative and quantitative data and contribute meaningfully to final client recommendations and strategies
  • Conduct formal donor prospect research and prepare written profiles, event bios, and qualified lists of prospects to clients
  • Work with database administrator to properly capture and catalogue donor information
  • Evaluate and recommend client prospects for various fundraising campaigns

Administrative Support

  • Manage the calendar of the CEO, schedule meetings, and serve as a general gatekeeper
  • Plan travel, including flights, accommodations, and ground transportation
  • Collaborate with marketing manager to coordinate events and other speaking engagements
  • Draft general correspondence such as emails and letters on CEO’s behalf
  • Other duties as assigned

Requirements

  • A minimum of three years of nonprofit fundraising experience
  • Four-year degree from an accredited college or university in the fields of marketing, communication, business, or related field
  • Mastery of AP Style
  • Familiarity with G-Suite and Microsoft Office products
  • Ability to quickly learn new systems and tech
  • Strong organization skills
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills

To apply to this position, please submit a cover letter and resume to our Operations Manager Jace Pavlik at jace@writeonfundraising.com

Finance Coordinator

Write On Fundraising provides fresh fundraising solutions for high-impact nonprofits. Our innovative team collaborates remotely across the U.S. and is headquartered in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Communication and impact fuel Write On culture – systems like #slack, Harvest, and Asana enable us to produce the best possible outcomes for our clients while providing life balance and value to team members.

The Finance Coordinator role is both remote and flexible in schedule, but is expected to attend regular staff meetings. This entry level salaried position has a standard work week of 35-40 hours, and receives a cell phone/internet stipend and a company laptop. The starting salary for this position is $36,000 – $45,000 annually. PTO and Health, vision, and dental benefits offered. The Finance Coordinator reports to the Operations Manager.

The Finance Coordinator would be responsible for performing a variety of AP/AR and financial operations tasks on a weekly/daily basis. We are looking for someone who has strong written and verbal communication skills, advanced Excel skills and has a friendly and team-oriented demeanor. Excellent attention to details and professional communication skills are required. This person should have prior experience in an analytical position and have great computer skills including Microsoft Office

Responsibilities

  • Responsible for Accounts Payable and Accounts Receivable and making weekly entries
  • Generate, email, and track all invoices and payments
  • Administrative tasks such as filing and data entry
  • Refer clients to collections when necessary
  • Preparing and managing new and renewing client contract(s)
  • Preparing and managing the new client onboarding process and materials
  • Payroll and benefits tracking (like tracking PTO)
  • Support HR in various capacities, such as maintaining digital filing systems
  • Provide a high level of professionalism and customer service to clients
  • Continuous improvement of internal processes to drive efficiency and productivity
  • Proactively interact with various departments throughout the organization to provide information necessary to assist in their decision making, and maintain proper accounting procedures
  • Other tasks as needed

Requirements

  • A minimum of 3 years of similar experience
  • A high school diploma or equivalent is required (bachelor degree preferred)
  • Requires knowledge of basic financial terms, concepts and accounting principles.
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office products including Excel
  • Familiarity with G-Suite
  • Must have experience with Quickbooks
  • Strong attention to detail, organization, ability to communicate across all levels and works well under pressure with multiple priorities
  • Must be able to demonstrate reliability, trustworthiness, and discretion
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills

To apply to this position, please submit a cover letter and resume to our Operations Manager Jace Pavlik at jace@writeonfundraising.com

Grant Manager – Northwest Arkansas

Write On Fundraising provides fresh fundraising solutions for high-impact nonprofits. Our innovative team collaborates remotely across the U.S. and is headquartered in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Communication and impact fuel Write On culture – systems like #slack, Harvest, and Asana enable us to produce the best possible outcomes for our clients while providing life balance and value to team members.

The Grants Manager is an integral part of the Write On Fundraising team. In addition to serving as a representative of the company brand and mission in the community, this position is tasked with managing a team of part-time staff and contract grant writers, ensuring outstanding customer care and client relations, and identifying a limited number of new local and regional business opportunities.

The Grants Manager role is both remote and flexible in schedule, but is expected to attend regular staff meetings via Zoom and utilize Zoom (or other tools) for client and prospect meetings. Some travel might be expected. The salaried position has a standard work week of 35-40 hours and a cell phone stipend. The starting salary for this position is $50,000. Health, vision and dental benefits are available. The Grants Manager reports to the CEO. The applicant must live in the Northwest Arkansas Area.

Duties include:

  • Serve as primary relationship manager for clients and conduit of communication between grants team and clients
  • Manage small team of part-time, contract grant writers, ensuring optimal project management and quality control for each and every grant
  • Review and analyze all grant opportunities, identify needed resources and difficulty-level, secure and/or develop resources, and assign to team members
  • Meet regularly with designated client representative to discuss grant opportunities, report progress, cultivate program relationships, and engage in ongoing discovery
  • Proof every assignment for quality and accuracy and provide constructive feedback to writers that aligns with the unique needs and preferences of each client
  • Strictly adhere to and enforce all internal milestones and external deadlines
  • Monitor team and individual performance and provide key performance indicator reports to inform incentive distribution
  • Research, identify, and qualify grant prospects using online database subscriptions, available public data, and proprietary research methods
  • Actively solicit private foundation, corporate, and government funding on behalf of clients
  • Monitor stewardship and reporting requirements and provide outstanding service to both grantors and clients
  • Serve as a member of the leadership team, providing all Write On Fundraising staff and contract workers with mentorship, collaboration, and motivation
  • Research, identify, and qualify nonprofit organizations and community leaders with whom we might cultivate new relationships
  • Engage strategically in networking and community outreach activities to increase brand awareness, cultivate new relationships, and steward existing clients
  • Contact and meet with prospects to learn about their needs and if they are a fit for Write On Fundraising service offerings
  • Draft proposals for services and present solutions to prospects and decision-makers
  • Assist the CEO with other duties as assigned

Grant Manager performance will be evaluated on a number of key performance indicators. These might include metrics like prospect conversion rates, team metrics, client satisfaction data, and/or overall revenue development goals.

Qualifications include:

  • At least five years of grant writing experience
  • Strong interpersonal and writing skills
  • Self-motivated and comfortable working in both team and autonomous environments
  • High proficiency working with online project management and donor tools such as HarvestApp, Asana, G-Suite, Zoom, Foundation Directory, Blackbaud, eTapestry, Donor Perfect, and other Cloud-based software systems

To apply to this position, please submit a cover letter and resume to our Operations Manager Jace Pavlik at jace@writeonfundraising.com

Grant Writer

*While we do not currently have an opening for the grant writer position, we accept applications year-round and hire frequently. All applications are filed and reviewed in subsequent hiring phases. For more information or to inquire on timeframe, email our Operations Manager

Write On Fundraising provides fresh fundraising solutions for high-impact nonprofits. Our innovative, national fundraising firm is based in Tulsa, OK and specializes in grant writing, annual fund, and capital campaign services.

We are rooted in a progressive remote culture that values above all else courage, customer success, equity, growth, and transparency.

Due to continued growth and expansion, Write On Fundraising is currently searching for an experienced (3+ years of grant writing) and naturally curious individual to join our remote team as a part-time, contract grant writer (flex schedule of 15-25 hours per week).

Qualified applicants will demonstrate:

  • a history of winning private, corporate and/or government grants;
  • the ability to quickly master new processes, software programs, and technology;
  • the motivation and autonomy to serve on a remote team of diverse fundraising professionals;
  • and exceptional organization and project management skills.

Previous experience working as part of a remote team is preferred.

Essential duties include working with Write On Fundraising officers to provide outstanding customer care to nonprofit organizations; research and qualify new prospects; engage in grant discovery and cultivation processes; draft and refine high-impact proposals; and create superior stewardship and reporting products.

Key performance indicators include:

  • Calendaring and time management
  • Project management and task completion
  • Client hours billed

To apply to this position, please submit cover letter and resume to our Operations Manager Jace Pavlik at jace@writeonfundraising.com