Parliament Now Hiring: New Development Position

Parliament Now Hiring: New Development Position

DEVELOPMENT ASSOCIATE – JOB OPENING

The Council for a Parliament of the World’s Religions (CPWR) has a rich history and current efforts in working with communities of spirit and faith to foster harmony and engagement to bring about a just, peaceful and sustainable world. CPWR is looking for a Development Associate.

The small staff and volunteers work together to carry on the initiatives with the help of an engaged board, and the development associate would work with the Executive Director and others. The scope of the work includes researching and developing resource opportunities with foundations, corporations, individuals and religious groups. Work would also include writing proposals, arranging appointments and events, and follow through with donors. The Development Associate works with Board committees, and shares the mission of CPWR with visitors and events.

Desired skills: articulate, with both written and oral communication talent, some experience in fund raising, positive personality, computer and internet skills.

Salary at the early end of comparable jobs. Job available immediately.

CPWR is an equal opportunity employer.

For consideration, send a resume and cover letter to Stephen Avino ([email protected])

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