Do you want to join a team that is invested in working to advance equity and community resilience? While our physical office is based in Bellingham, Washington, we are looking for candidates from across the five-county North Sound region, especially applicants who are multilingual, from Indigenous communities, communities of color, LGBTQ+ and others who will add diversity of experience and perspective to our team.
Business Development Coordinator
Salary range: $26.44 – $33.65/hour
North Sound ACH is seeking a Business Development Coordinator, who will be responsible for researching grants and contracts opportunities, draft application materials, and solicit support with philanthropic funders, public agencies, and charitable donors.
We seek a candidate who has experience managing complex projects, advanced communication skills, who can demonstrate experience with grant proposal submission and fundraising processes. This position is non-exempt, full time (40 hours per week). Our team is currently working in a hybrid environment, with some access to a physical office with most work time spent working remotely, and so the candidate should have stable internet access.
We are deeply committed to advancing equity, internally within our team and externally across the region. One component of that is a goal to bring on team members who speak multiple languages, therefore candidates who are fluent in more than one language will be given preference.
TO APPLY: Please complete the application (click on the download button below) and submit it with a resume and cover letter to Kara@TurnerHRServices.com.
North Sound ACH does not discriminate against any person with regard to race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, sexual orientation, marital status, veteran or military status, or physical or mental disability. To strengthen our team, candidates from across the North Sound region and from diverse backgrounds are encouraged to apply
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