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Development & Content Freelancer

Do you love packaging up clear and compelling content into small bite-sized stories?

Do you enjoy working in a culture of learning and experimentation?

Do you want your work to have deep meaning through solving nonprofit leader burnout and helping build more thriving communities?

If this sounds like you, we’ve got a perfect opportunity for you.

We call this role the Development & Content Freelancer.

Your fundamental role is to package up the best of THRIVE IMPACT into various forms of content via proposals, social media, newsletters, and case studies.

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Tasks & Responsibilities

As the Development and Content Freelancer, you’ll be responsible for keeping our content and stories fresh and consistent in the areas we need them to go. This will be both in proposals and grants we’re writing and in our content on social media and email marketing.

Having experience working in nonprofits is a must for this role, having empathy for what nonprofit leaders go through is fundamental to communicating effectively with them.

Supported by the Director of Operations and working closely with the CEO and the Chief of Impact, you will have a significant role in supporting and driving THRIVE IMPACT’s development and external marketing efforts.

The activities below are core, but additional duties may arise.

Development Support and Management

  • Attend weekly development calls
  • Create development proposals
  • Conduct research on potential donors and development opportunities
  • Support the CEO in fundraising and business development efforts by reaching revenue goals of $125k a quarter

Marketing Support and Management

  • Build and maintain the THRIVE IMPACT monthly newsletter
  • Repackage content from THRIVE IMPACT workshops and content
  • Prepare THRIVE IMPACT social media copy and art
  • Support the creation and implementation of the new THRIVE IMPACT podcast

Administration

  • Leverage THRIVE IMPACT tools and technology to communicate and stay up-to-date with tasks and responsibilities.
  • Meet weekly with THRIVE IMPACT staff in support of staying abreast of duties, which could include attending weekly meetings or quarterly strategy sessions.

Who are we and what do we do?

We are THRIVE IMPACT and our mission is to solve nonprofit leader burnout by helping nonprofits create impact from the inside out.

The problem is that there are significant systemic, cultural, and individual demands placed on nonprofit leaders. And when demands exceed the resources available to these leaders, burnout happens.

Burnout is the ENEMY of creating positive change.

We have two primary ways of supporting nonprofit leaders. Through our Nonprofit Energizers and through our THRIVERS community.

You in? Awesome, here are the details:

Location:  Remote
Type of Employment:  Part-Time Contractor
Necessary Skills & Qualifications

A natural collaborator who proactively engages colleagues and stakeholders with goodwill, transparency, and kindness.
At least five years of experience in development and marketing
Passion for working with nonprofit leaders
Expert organizational, project planning, and time-management skills.
Strong written and oral communication skills, including presentation abilities.
Aptitude to use Google applications (Google Docs, Sheets, Slides), Hubspot, Slack, Miro, Asana, and other tools, social media, and other web-based applications.

Compensation

THRIVE IMPACT has both a for-profit client model and a nonprofit community model called THRIVERS. $2,000 monthly base salary plus 5% commission on all new client contracts coming in (even if you didn’t bring it in), up to a maximum of $5,000 a month. Will discuss bonus structure for nonprofit-based fundraising dollars as well.

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