Colorado Nonprofit Association

Vice President of Development

Boys and Girls Club of the Pikes Peak Region

Job Title: Vice President of Development

Operating Unit: Central Office

Reports to: President & CEO

Weekly Hours: Fulltime

Department: Resource Development

Prepared by: Human Resources

Date: 5/23/23

Mission Statement: To enable all young people, especially those who need us most, to reach their full potential as productive, caring, responsible citizens.

Position Overview: The Vice President of Development’s primary role is to generate financial resources to support the organizations budget.

To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed must be representative of the knowledge, skills, minimum education, training, licensure, experience, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individual with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:


Face-to-Face Solicitation

Special Events



Supervision Received:

The Vice President of Development reports directly to and receives regular supervision from the President & CEO.

Supervision Exercised:

The Vice President of Development oversees the Development Manager.


  1. Strong work-ethic and a commitment to the mission and growth of the Boys & Girls Club of the Pikes Peak Region
  2. Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university is required; Master’s degree preferred
  3. A minimum of two years or more of professional experience in youth development, non-profit management, sales or new business development with an emphasis on fundraising, grant writing, management, budgeting, community and public relations
  4. Strong writing, grammar, and proofreading skills
  5. Working knowledge and use of donor database software (Vision SDS preferred, etc)
  6. Knowledge of accounting, business practices and principals as they relate to fundraising
  7. Must submit to and pass a background check & drug test


  1. Excellent people skills
  2. Strong communication, verbal, and written skills
  3. Strong administrative and organizational skills
  4. Proficient in Microsoft Office: Word, Excel, Power Point, Outlook and capable of becoming proficient in various related software products
  5. Demonstrates excellence in organizational and managerial skills
  6. Adapts well to change and fast paced environments

Physical Demands and Work Environment:

Frequently required to sit, walk, stand, hear, talk, see, use hands, reach and manipulate objects, tools or controls. This position requires mobility. One must have reliable transportation and a valid driver’s license. Duties involve moving items weighing up to 25 pounds on an occasional basis. Usual office working conditions with typical noise level in the work environment.


The information presented indicates the nature and level of work expected of employees in this classification. It is not designed to contain, nor be interpreted as, a comprehensive inventory of all duties, responsibilities, qualifications and objectives required of employees.

Development and Community Engagement Manager

Foothills Animal Shelter seeks a development and community engagement manager to join our development team who is committed to advancing the mission and vision of Foothills Animal Shelter and excited to engage in the transformative work of animal welfare.

Who We Are

As an open admission shelter, we are committed to being here for families and their pets in Jefferson County, Colorado. We identify as a socially conscious shelter, caring for over 8,000 dogs, cats, and small animals every year with a compassionate team of staff and volunteers who are committed to the physical and emotional wellbeing of every pet we serve.

What You Bring

Donor Data Coordinator

What You Will Be Doing
Have you ever wanted to work in a place that can make a real difference in the world? Are you a dynamic problem-solver who uses data to get to the root of an issue? Do you like using your creativity to make data tell a story? We’re looking for a forward-thinking self-starter who is excited about demonstrating impact through data.

Reporting to our Director of Development, the Donor Data Coordinator supports the development team in overseeing, managing, and ensuring the integrity and security of the donor database, providing data management, reporting, data integration and support to the Development team to ensure accuracy in revenue numbers and analytics. In addition, the Donor Data manager will assist with our website and internet activities and other projects related to organizational and program data. 

Who We Are
At Raise the Future, we believe every young person deserves to go through life knowing they have a caring adult by their side. So, every day, we show up for kids in foster care by listening to their needs and introducing them to adults they can rely on. We then surround those connections with support so that they grow into meaningful, lasting relationships that help our youth heal from the past. Because to truly raise the future, we must raise the bar for what it means to support vulnerable youth and families as they navigate life.

Since our founding in 1983, Raise the Future has designed and implemented evidence-based, wraparound services that reduce the amount of time youth in foster care live without a permanent family. Our programs increase the likelihood of forming and sustaining positive connections that help to transform their futures.

You Get to Work With
You will join our growing team of people who are like-minded in their passion for raising the future for families with youth that have been in the child welfare system — using data to help us increase resources and serve more kids and families. 

Who We Are Seeking
This position is an exciting growth and learning opportunity for someone interested in the nonprofit development profession. The successful candidate is excited to support the development team in maintaining an accurate donor database and pulling reports and queries as needed. They are highly proficient with computers, proficient with Microsoft Office products, understand the importance of data in fundraising strategy and decision-making, and have experience with database management. They are comfortable with a range of responsibilities such as creating and sending acknowledgements, supporting major event needs, and office administration tasks. This role is an active participant in Development team meetings creating and implementing strategy and celebrating team successes. 

•    High attention to detail with proven track record of success in maintaining and organizing data and information.
•    BA/BS degree from an accredited four-year university
•    High computer proficiency, including strong knowledge of Microsoft Office
•    Intermediate proficiency in Microsoft Excel

Preferred Qualifications
•    Experience with  Raiser’s Edge 7, Raiser’s Edge NXT and/or other Blackbaud or Blackbaud-integrated products, including preparing reports through complex database.
•    Experience with or ability to quickly learn Give Smart, Hand Bid, and/or Mobile Cause fundraising/event management software, as well as third-party auction and payment software 
•    Desirable to have some familiarity with various aspects of fundraising.

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities
•    Must be a team player, with a focus on customer service.
•    Excellent communication written and verbal skills.
•    Superb critical thinker and problem solver
•    Extreme detail-orientation and accuracy with both numbers and written documentation
•    Ability to proactively organize and prioritize work, resolve problems, and simultaneously manage multiple priorities to ensure goals are met.
•    Ability to work independently as well as collaboratively with stakeholders.
•    Ability to maintain confidentiality and discretion.

Raise the Future is more than an equal opportunity organization. We are committed to diversity and building an inclusive environment for people of all backgrounds and ages. We are taking steps to meet that commitment. We especially encourage members of traditionally underrepresented communities to apply, including women, people of color, LGBTQ+, and people who are differently abled. We know there are great candidates who won’t fit everything we’ve described above, or who have important skills we haven’t considered. If that’s you, please don’t hesitate to apply and tell us about yourself. 

Development Director

 Development Director 

A Precious Child, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization providing children in need with opportunities and resources to empower them to achieve their full potential. A Precious Child envisions a future where every child grows up to be a secure, self-reliant, contributing member of their community. 

In working towards helping A Precious Child meet its overall objective of providing necessities for children, the Development Director is responsible for ensuring fundraising goals and objectives are met to achieve the annual budget set for the organization. The Development Director is responsible for corporate engagement and all sponsorships for events and organizational programming as well as individual donations to ensure that all fundraising goals for our signature events, third party events and VIP events are met. The Development Director will oversee the successful implementation of events logistics. 

The Development Director will work alongside the Development team to execute the annual development plan and goals. 

Hours: Full-Time, Exempt, Typically working Monday – Friday. Must be willing and able to work weekends and evenings as needed. This is an in-office position except when meeting stakeholders offsite. 

Reports To: Senior Development Director 

Direct Reports: Events Coordinator 


Areas of Responsibility:

· Be an inspirational, passionate, energetic leader with the skill, vision and drive to take our organization to the next level in donor research, cultivation, solicitation, stewardship, individual giving programs, corporate investment, foundation support, government support, community support, event support and earned revenue streams to meet or exceed fundraising goals. 

· Foster a positive, ongoing relationship with donors and ensure a long-term relationship is forged by maintaining contact and proactively educating donors on outcomes and results of A Precious Child’s efforts. Implement growth and retention strategies with existing donors. 

· Assist the Senior Development Director in identifying new opportunities and forge new donor and corporate relationships and pipelines to expand organizational funding from charitable or earned sources and design, plan and lead successful new fundraising channel initiatives based on well-crafted strategy. 

· Assist the Senior Development Director to ensure all development fundraising goals are being met and project future funding. 

· Oversee the creation and implementation of Development Campaigns including, but not limited to; Colorado Gives Day, End of Year Giving, etc. 

· Oversee the creation and success of development crowdfunding campaigns such as Match 4 Mission and Sponsor a Child. 

· Oversee the creation and implementation of successful signature events. 

· Assist the Senior Development Director in ensuring sponsorship goals are met for all signature events and organizational programming. 

· Oversee that all third party and Women’s Guild events are successful and run efficiently.  

· Provide the Senior Development Director and Chief Philanthropy Officer with any needed support for ensuring VIP events are run successfully and efficiently. 

· Work collaboratively with marketing department to ensure that all events and programming assets are produced and achieved in a timely manner. 

· Present and network in the community for morning, daytime and evening meetings and events (i.e. chambers, rotary’s, corporations, churches, organizations).  

· Lead tours and communicate effectively the work A Precious Child does for children, families and our agency partners in the community to a diverse group of people. 

· Work in conjunction with Senior Development Director and Finance department on ensuring accurate reports of revenue and expense items related to fund development. 

· Create atmosphere for outstanding teamwork through clear expectations and frequent communication.  

· Mentor and coach direct report to foster the development team’s collaborative environment. 

· Conducts regular check-ins with direct report and holds them accountable to KPIs. 

· Other duties as assigned. 


Experiences and Qualifications:

· Passion for A Precious Child’s mission and vision. 

· Exemplifies A Precious Child’s Guiding Principles and core values, and can articulate A Precious Child’s mission to donors and prospects in a way that both educates and compels them to give.  

· Solid fundraiser who understands cultivation and has the ability to do a strong ask and can close a gift. 

· Bachelor’s degree in business, nonprofit administration, public administration, or a closely related field preferred. 

· At least 5 years’ direct experience in fundraising or related field; demonstrated ability to increase overall fundraising goals and meet deadlines. 

· Experience of at least three (3) years with Event Management. 

· Experience using Raiser’s Edge is preferred, experience with CRM software required.  

· Experience with or similar project management tool preferred. 

· Strong analytical and project management skills. 

· Self-motivated person with enthusiasm, positivity, tenacity and resilience with the ability to achieve goals and perform a task with little supervision or direction.  

· Strategic planning ability to develop a vision for the future and create a culture in which the long-range goals can be achieved.  

· Possesses excellent relationship management and interpersonal skills; the ability to work effectively with donors, corporate leaders, volunteers, and staff. 

· Displays mature judgment, superior diplomatic skills; highly developed listening, as well as excellent verbal and written communication skills. 

· Demonstrated skill and comfort in proactively building relationships with high net-worth donors, grant makers, businesses, elected officials and other key players. 

· Excellent skills in relationship building, gift solicitation, event planning, and public speaking. 

· Ability to communicate in an effective and timely manner using appropriate communication tools and techniques. 

· Ability to work cooperatively with others to set goals, resolve problems, and make decisions that enhance organizational effectiveness. 

· Leadership proficiency in project management, resource management, and team building. 

· Knowledge of fundraising strategies, trends, and best practices. 

· A history of leading successful initiatives with measurable results.  

· Commitment to maintaining confidentiality. 

· Must be organized and able to manage priorities and deadlines effectively as well as competing demands and handle multiple duties simultaneously. 


For more information about A Precious Child visit 






Development Director

Colorado West Land Trust (CWLT) is the leading Land Trust in Western Colorado, serving a seven-county region from Grand Junction south to Ouray and Gunnison west into Grand County, Utah. CWLT has conserved over 130,000 acres through more than 600 conservation agreements over its 40-year history. CWLT is a private, charitable non-profit organization, accredited by the Land Trust Accreditation Commission and governed by an active Board of Directors. CWLT has offices in Grand Junction and Montrose, Colorado.

CWLT’s staff work together to achieve CWLT’s mission: To protect and enhance agricultural land, wildlife habitat and scenic lands in western Colorado to benefit the community at large, enrich lives, provide opportunities for outdoor recreation, and ensure our connection to the land for generations to come. Team members are flexible, solutions-oriented, collaborative workers who have a passion to fulfill the organization’s mission.


The Development Director advances the mission of Colorado West Land Trust by developing and implementing a comprehensive fundraising and communications strategy to strengthen the community’s investment in CWLT. S/he also works to secure and grow a dynamic base of support from a variety of funding sources, and raise awareness of CWLT within the regional service area. The Development Director leads the organization’s fundraising and outreach activities, mentors and manages development staff, and collaborates closely with CWLT’s other professional staff, board members, donors, funders, and external partners. The Development Director is relationship-oriented, can develop constructive and cooperative relationships with others and maintain them over time, and is committed to achieving fundraising targets.

Please view the full job description at the CWLT Careers page

CRC Grantwriting Specialist VISTA

Community Resource Center (CRC), a Denver based nonprofit, supports, and strengthens change-makers across the nonprofit ecosystem, working together to create a more equitable Colorado. As a statewide convener, CRC listens to partners’ challenges and considers new ways to provide support and access to tools most needed by organizations. An ongoing challenge faced by small, rural-based, and BIPOC-led and serving nonprofits is access to grant funding. Often, smaller organizations lack the capacity to conduct research for, write, and develop systems for management and reporting on grants. The GrantCorps VISTA will combat this barrier by engaging with rural nonprofits addressing poverty and build their capacity through fund development and grant writing. The VISTA will assist in securing resources and sustainability for rural nonprofits by researching grant opportunities and writing and submitting strong grant proposals. They will gain valuable insight and experience in fund development by crafting and initiating grant applications for these nonprofits. This second-year VISTA will continue to provide one-on-one grant writing services to rural nonprofits to fund their programs, projects, and general operating needs. The VISTA member will increase the ability of these smaller rural, BIPOC-led and serving, nonprofits’ access to funding opportunities, leveling the philanthropic playing field. This role will address the sustainability of services to low-income communities, and the streams of funding that make access to those services possible. By doing so, the VISTA will increase the ability of our partners to improve educational, health, housing, and workforce development outcomes. CRC staff will support the VISTA member and enhance their opportunities for professional development and future employment. CRC is looking for committed and passionate individuals to join this ground-breaking initiative to bridge the access gap and work towards a more equitable future.

Member Duties:

The Grantwriting Specialist VISTA will:

1) Gain skills and receive training in grant writing for nonprofits and community organizations

2) Develop templates and tools for the nonprofit organizations to utilize in future grant applications

3) Plan and initiate potential opportunities for program, project, and organizational evaluation to better meet the needs of more partner organizations

4) Collaborate with their supervisor and partner organizations to draft, review, and edit grant narratives and grant reports

5) Leverage relationships with funders and front range funding entities to increase access for rural and bipoc led nonprofits

6) Apply for diverse funding opportunities to ensure long term sustainability

7) Utilize CRC’s collection of statewide funding data to make recommendations for organizations

8) Engage collaboratively with other VISTAs to create grant tracking and CRM systems, developing recommendations for CRC and partner organizations to effectively utilize these tools

CRC Statewide Data Analyst VISTA

Community Resource Center (CRC), a Denver based nonprofit, supports, strengthens, and galvanizes change-makers across the nonprofit ecosystem, working together to create a more equitable Colorado. As an innovator and statewide convener, CRC listens to partners’ challenges and considers new ways to provide support and access to tools most needed by organizations throughout the state. A significant and ongoing challenge faced by small, rural-based, and BIPOC-led and serving nonprofits is access to grant funding. Often, smaller organizations lack the staff capacity to conduct research for, write, and develop systems for management and reporting on grants. The GrantCorps VISTA will combat this barrier by engaging with rural nonprofits addressing poverty and building their capacity through fund development and grant writing. They will gain valuable insight and experience in fund development by initiating grant research, grant proposal and report preparation, resource mapping, and creation of grant and budget tracking tools. This second-year VISTA will continue compiling records throughout their term of service to establish best practices for this new model of capacity building and create tools to regularly evaluate success. They will create an implementation plan and provide recommendations for subsequent VISTA member(s) for improvements to increase success. This role will address the sustainability of services to low-income communities, and the streams of funding that make access to those services possible. By doing so, the VISTA will increase the ability of our partners to improve educational, health, housing, and professional development outcomes.

Member Duties:

The Statewide Data Analyst GrantCorps VISTA will:

1) Use CRC’s Colorado Grants Guide (CGG) and other platforms to identify funding opportunities, deadlines, and key donor details and develop customized recommendations for rural nonprofits

2) Provide orientation to those using the CGG to help them navigate the tool

3) Plan and initiate an outreach campaign 3) Collaborate with their supervisor and partner organizations to draft, review, and edit grant narratives and grant reports

4) Improve efforts to engage statewide funders and nonprofits in research on effective grant application and reporting tools

5) Research diverse funding opportunities

6) Implement updates and expansions of CGG profiles and content

7) Utilize CRC’s collection of statewide funding data to make recommendations for organizations in rural communities

8) Engage with grant tracking and CRM systems, developing recommendations for CRC and partner organizations to effectively utilize these tools

CRC Fund Development VISTA

Become part of a high-performing, fast-paced development and fundraising team! The Fund Development Associate VISTA will increase CRC’s capacity through strategic development planning, research, writing, and strengthening the development infrastructure at CRC by tracking interactions, engagement and cultivation of clients, partners, and donors. Greater financial stability will allow for more individuals to access resources provided by CRC to alleviate poverty.

Member Duties:

The VISTA will support fund development by: 1. Research prospective corporate, state government, and foundation grants that align with CRC; 2. Utilize CRC’s funding data to develop a comprehensive map of funding opportunities; 3. Coordinate the development of metrics that will track conversion rates and donor acquisition costs; 4. Make recommendations on practices, metrics, and the overall return on investment for fund development strategies; 5.Gain skills through training in grant writing for nonprofits and community organizations to better serve CRC; 6. Draft, review, and edit grant narratives and reports; 7. Utilize successful funding request materials to develop long-standing master grant documents; 8. Identify and apply for diverse funding opportunities; 9.Collaborate with to develop a CRC annual Colorado Gives Day campaign; 10. Implement donor engagement and appreciation opportunities; 11. Evaluate the success of CRC’s individual donor engagement based on 2022 end of year giving.

Director of Development

About Colorado Succeeds

Colorado Succeeds is a nonpartisan network of business leaders representing companies of different sizes, sectors, and locations across Colorado who have come together to ensure that all Colorado students are educated to their greatest potential and that all Colorado businesses have the homegrown talent they need to thrive. Together, we are leading the way in the agile education movement, ensuring that today’s students develop real-world skills, have access to growth and development opportunities, and learn how to learn. 

Colorado Succeeds believes education systems should respond to the diverse needs of learners as well as the dynamic skills changes occurring in the world around us. By focusing on outcomes and not inputs, we can equip all learners with the skills they will need to solve problems that have yet to be identified. Colorado Succeeds’ members are business and community leaders who have united in changing outcomes for learners, support bringing more relevance to schools and shaping the future of Colorado’s workforce. Our members have committed their networks and resources to help deliver on this mission through our strategic priorities.

Vision: All of Colorado’s children are educated to their greatest potential, and all of Colorado’s businesses have the talented and innovative homegrown workforce they need to thrive.

Mission: To apply our business expertise, influence, and capital to improve Colorado’s schools.

Equity Rationale: Colorado Succeeds is committed to Justice, Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion as its core motivator, strategy, and value. Systemic inequities in education have for too long determined the type and quality of educational opportunities students can access and experience, and the Colorado Paradox is still very much a reality. While more than half of the state’s residents have a postsecondary degree, only 22% graduated from Colorado’s K-12 public schools. According to the Colorado Talent Pipeline Report, 97% of CO’s top in-demand jobs require some level of formal postsecondary education or training, and only about 1 in 5 high school graduates obtain that type of credential.

Through strategies in policy, practice, and philanthropy that center students and families who face systemic inequities, Colorado Succeeds works to remove barriers to ensure equity in accessing experiences, opportunities, and resources they need to reach their greatest potential. Colorado Succeeds is committed to engaging the perspectives of diverse communities to learn, understand, and form the basis of our future actions. Colorado Succeeds is committed to finding ways to ensure these education stakeholders and their ideas are at the table, co-creating, supporting, and leading efforts that are best for Colorado’s students and families.

Colorado Succeeds holds itself to continuous improvement, including advancing equitable policy agendas, more visibly and consistently sharing its commitment to equity, centering equity in decision-making and strategy development, and clearly defining and demonstrating progress towards equity outcomes.

Core Values

Collaborative – We build trusting relationships with our colleagues, investors, partners, and community members by listening, learning, and supporting one another. Together, we are stronger and can contribute more.

Leadership – We take responsibility for finding the potential in all people, processes, and systems, and we have the courage to develop that potential, even when it may be difficult or uncomfortable.

Entrepreneurial – We are motivated to innovate, create, and test new solutions, and challenge the status quo in pursuit of transformational results. We work to see around the corner and take the initiative to act before others do. We can act and react as necessary, even when limited information is available.

Accountable – We accept responsibility for our actions, words, attitudes, and impact. We own our commitments, mistakes, and continuous improvement.

Relentless – We are determined to make the most of every moment. We have a bias towards action and a sense of urgency to achieve our goals. We are tenacious, tireless, and never discouraged in the pursuit of impact for all learners.


This position offers the successful candidate an opportunity to play a key leadership role in the organization, instrumental in securing and growing the financial resources required to supercharge our impact. The Director of Development is expected to work collaboratively with other members of the leadership team, including the President, Chief of Staff, Vice Presidents, and other Directors.

Roles & Responsibilities 


Grants Manager


Seeking to put God’s love into action, Pikes Peak Habitat for Humanity brings people together
to build homes, communities, and hope.






Working under the supervision of the Assistant Director of Strategic Partnerships (ADSP),
the Grants Manager (GM) is responsible for researching grant makers, funders,
and resources appropriate to the funding needs of the programs and services of
Pikes Peak Habitat for Humanity; initiating dialogue
with and introducing the mission of Pikes Peak Habitat to potential funders;
creating grant proposals, budgets, and reports; managing grant awards and
outcomes internally among departments within Pikes Peak Habitat, as well as
externally with funders’ expectations and deadlines; and contributing to the
growth of Pikes Peak Habitat’s revenue by at least $150,000 within the first
year of employment. As necessary, the GM will recruit and supervise volunteers
to help with department efforts.





Office Support/General: 

· Respond to general communication regarding grants and requests for proposal. 

· Provide professional assistance and interaction with funders and grant makers (via
phone, computer, and face-to-face).

· Demonstrate leadership style which includes collaboration, decision-making, and public speaking.  

· Ability to establish and maintain rapport with leaders and represent Pikes Peak Habitat to existing and
potential partners.

· Develop and foster relationships with foundations and organizations that support Pikes Peak
Habitat through grants and foundational support.

· Ability to thrive in a team-oriented and mission-driven environment.  

· Assist in developing presentations for various stakeholders.  

· Acquire and maintain sound knowledge of the organization, its programs and the impact of each.  

· Access and be familiar with statistics, client stories, accomplishments, challenges and other data from
programs and affiliate staff members to include in grant proposals.

· Provide vision, energy and passion for Habitat’s mission, values and integrity in all aspects
of the job.

 Grant Management Responsibilities: 

· Work with the ADSP to develop, implement, and manage annual grants plan, including strategic grants planning,
timeline, grant calendar and revenue projections.

· Develop and write competitive grant proposals, budgets and reports to private, public, government, state,
federal, and corporate foundations in support of various funding needs.

· Participate in prospect strategy meetings, preparing tracking reports for team meetings and providing
overall proposal and stewardship support to the Strategic Partnerships team.

· Actively seek and qualify new sources of private, corporate, federal and foundation support.  

· Monitor grants once received and ensure compliance with donor intent, as well as programmatic, evaluation,
budgetary and reporting requirements.

· Collect and maintain up-to-date research on potential grant-making organizations and grant/contract
opportunities; determine and assess eligibility criteria and deadlines;
schedule implementation in coordination with pertinent program staff.

· Maintain hard copies and electronic database tracking systems for proposals, grant/contract awards,
deadlines, and reporting requirements; communicate with staff when reports are due.

· Create, verify and disseminate reports on grants/contract activity for internal use and/or funder

· Maintain grant compliance and reporting, including outcome measurement and grant budgets, taking
responsibility for meeting high standards of effectiveness, timeliness, and completeness.

· Conduct foundation outreach and engage with program officers at foundations to solicit invitations to submit
proposals. This may include scheduling key staff visits and site tours when appropriate.

· Be accessible to grant-making organizations during their review of a submitted grant application in order to
be able to supply additional supportive material.

· Manage grant portfolio including potential external contributors.  

· Ensure acknowledgment of funders/investors via website, e-newsletter, social media and other publication

 Event Assistance: 

· Assist the Strategic Partnerships team with the coordination and facilitation of
affiliate’s events as appropriate.


 Experience and Qualifications: 

· Enthusiasm and passion for Pikes Peak Habitat for Humanity’s mission and vision.   

· Flexibility to work longer hours, evenings, and weekends as needed. 




· You want to be part of something bigger. Habitat for Humanity’s mission inspires you. The idea of
helping families and engaging the community to participate through your skills
motivates you.

· You master your time management. You are comfortable managing multiple initiatives with limited
supervision and are excellent at prioritizing and re-prioritizing when necessary. You are persistent in following up.

· You are great at solving problems with compassion and care. You are willing to find a solution,
adapt, then execute. You aren’t hesitant to ask and learn if unsure how best to move forward.

· You have a sincere desire to understand the relevant details of our organization and are
not afraid to ask for clarity when needed. You have impeccable attention to detail and put care into all you do.

· You are an adept collaborator. Working as a team, brainstorming, and problem-solving together
motivates you. You appreciate constructive feedback and use it to achieve a better,
stronger outcome. You naturally see ways to engage people and see the importance of building community.




· At least three to five years’ experience in grant writing and management of grant portfolios with
demonstrable success in grant awards, management, and reports.


· A valid driver’s license and proof of auto insurance.  



 · The GM applicant/team member shall be: 

o In agreement with the job description. 

o In agreement with the policies and ethical guidelines of Pikes Peak Habitat, the Grant
Professionals Association, the Association of Fundraising Professionals, and the Donor Bill of Rights.

o Accountable to the ADSP. 

· And perform other projects and tasks as may be assigned. 



 Our commitment to Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion in the Workplace: Pikes Peak Habitat for Humanity is an equal opportunity employer. Candidates from diverse backgrounds are encouraged to apply and are considered for employment on merit alone without regard to race (including characteristics associated with race such as hair texture, hair type, and protective hairstyles), color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, transgender status, national origin, disability, pregnancy, age (40 or older), genetic information (including family medical history), marital status, military status, lawful conduct outside of work,
membership or non-membership in a labor organization, or status in any other group protected by federal, state or local law.


 The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to
successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform
the essential functions.


While performing the duties of this job, the employee is occasionally required to stand; walk; sit; use
hands to finger, handle, or feel objects, tools, or controls; reach with hands and arms; climb stairs; balance; stoop, kneel, crouch or crawl; talk or hear;
taste or smell. The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 40 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by the job include close vision,
distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and the ability to adjust focus.



 Work environment characteristics described here are representative of those that must be met by
an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities
to perform the essential functions.


Individuals in this position will generally work indoors and will have a workspace designated solely for them. Necessary office furnishings, equipment and
supplies will be provided by Pikes Peak Habitat.
While performing the duties of this job, the employee may periodically be required to work outdoors and would be exposed to weather conditions prevalent at the time. The employee may periodically be required to work in an offsite environment or at special events, and from time-to-time may be asked to travel on Pikes Peak Habitat business, at the affiliate’s expense. The noise level in the work environment is usually



 1) FLSA Classification: This position is exempt according to guidelines of the Fair Labor Standards Act and, as such, an individual in
this position is not eligible to receive overtime pay.


2) Full- or Part-Time: This position is full-time in nature. An individual in this position will regularly work a schedule
consisting of 40 hours per week.


3) Work Location: The nature and responsibilities of this position are such that the position is not eligible for alternative
worksite arrangements, such as working from home or telecommuting, on a consistent or recurring basis. The position will be based at the affiliate’s
business office in Colorado Springs, CO USA.


4) Regular Schedule: Usual business days are Monday through Friday, holidays excepted, and usual business hours are from 8:30 A.M. to 5:30
P.M. Mountain Time Zone. The nature and responsibilities of this position are such that the position is not eligible for flexible work scheduling, such as
4-day workweek or alternate start/end times, on a consistent or recurring basis.