Development Manager

Development Manager 





  • Full-time Salaried

  • 4-day in-office workweek (M-Th office hours with a flex day on Friday)

  • Pay Range: $45,000 to $50,000 annually


The Manager of Development is a new and exciting full-time position for Women of the World. There is incredible opportunity to elevate both the awareness for the organization and strengthen community support. The individual hired will lead efforts to design and implement a comprehensive fundraising and communications program with a focus on expanding awareness in the community and building support amongst individual donors, especially major gift prospects. Reporting to the Executive Director, this position will suit someone who values flexibility, a strong mission, and a familial office culture. 


  • Salaried $45,000 - $50,000 depending on experience.

  • 4-day work week!

  • Flexibility to work remotely or in office

  • 25 days PTO (including holidays)

  • 5 separate Sick/Personal Days

  • Annual bonus

  • Flexible health spending account (HSA)

  • Familial office culture


  • Oversee all day-to-day operations of the development department.

  • Help create a culture of philanthropy amongst staff and Board.

  • Provide fundraising leadership to the Board of Directors, including identifying prospective donors and managing Board giving.

  • Prioritize major gifts and lead the CEO and Board in major donor activities.

  • Create and implement an annual strategic fundraising plan 

  • Develop a list of prospects and generate expected revenue for annual budgeting.

  • Provide leadership for planning, creating, and executing all fundraising activities including an annual campaign; foundation grants; corporate giving; major donor identification, cultivation, solicitation, acknowledgment, and stewardship; and special events.

  • Oversee all fundraising-related event planning and execution.

  • Oversee all Salesforce and Fundhero databases.

  • Manage and develop the grant-writing function.


  • Strong written, verbal, and public speaking skills.

  • Demonstrated success in securing gifts and developing partnerships with individuals, corporations, and foundations.

  • Grant research and grant writing knowledge. 

  • Ability to manage and develop budgets. 

  • Experience conceptualizing and implementing special events.

  • Ability to organize time effectively, establish priorities, and manage many tasks simultaneously in a fast-paced environment.


Email resume, grant writing sample, and cover letter to Applications may be submitted until the position is filled.