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The Women’s Refugee Commission considers all applicants on the basis of merit without regard to race, sex, color, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status or disability. The Women’s Refugee Commission is an equal opportunity employer.
The Disability Program Assistant will provide administrative, programmatic and logistical support to both the Women’s Refugee Commission’s Disability Program. The position will report directly to the Senior Disability Program Officer.
The Senior Development Officer, Institutional Giving will play a key role in the Women’s Refugee Commission’s fundraising operations ($8+ million annual budget) as a member of a five-person team. He/she will support the Director of Business Development and Fundraising to lead the organization’s grant operations, pursue grant opportunities and manage current grants. The Senior Development Officer will provide essential management for our institutional fundraising portfolio (foundations, governments and multilateral entities). This work will include development for WRC’s fundraising strategy, the development of proposals; undertaking prospect research; taking part in donor cultivation; management of grant reporting process; writing/editing of grant reports; and processing grant agreements, modifications and other donor required documentation.
WRC seeks a savvy, creative, and analytical communications professional to manage all aspects of WRC’s online communications including website, email campaigns, and existing and yet-to-be-created social media channels.
The Senior Communications Officer is responsible for managing all aspects of editorial production of program research and related work, website content, draft press releases, coordinate editorial content and overall outreach for WRC Annual Awards Benefit as well as conferences, media briefings and other outreach events.