Development Coordinator

LA Commons


Job Title: Development Coordinator
Reports to: Development and Communications Manager
Status: part-time hourly, 20 hours/week
Compensation Range: $20-$22/hour

About LA Commons
LA Commons started its first public programs in 2003 as a fiscally sponsored project of Community Partners. Since then we’ve been committed to sharing the stories of community members and collaborating to create art for public spaces, as the basis for dialogue, interaction and a shared understanding of our Los Angeles. Our artistic and cultural programs reflect the unique character of diverse neighborhoods and give residents, particularly young people, a voice and an on-ramp to making positive changes in our home communities in Central and South Los Angeles and across the region.

Today we are a growing, highly collaborative and supportive team working to extend and deepen our relationships with youth, artists, community partners, funding partners and supporters. Friendly and hard-working, we value open communication, ambition, and asking good questions. We appreciate new challenges and feel lucky to take them on together with each other and our network of partners and allies.

Key Responsibilities
As a core member of the fundraising team, the Development Coordinator assists in preparation and production of grants and other funding proposals, coordinates and assists with activities such as special events, board, donor and funder communications and meetings, and supports other key activities, such as database, communications, and program planning.

Skills and qualifications
- Excellent communicator across all verbal and written channels; able to relate openly and comfortably with diverse groups of people
- Highly organized multi-tasker with a project management mindset
- Experience in using a CRM/database, managing, cleaning and using data

Other skills and experiences, a plus:
- Grant writing
- Online giving programs
- Event planning and management
- Social media

Apply here by 9/30/2022 

LA Commons is a fiscally sponsored project of Community Partners, an Equal Opportunity Employer: minority/female/disability/veteran.
4343 Leimert Park Blvd. Los Angeles 90008

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