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Communications and Development Specialist - PICO National Network (Anaheim, CA)

Orange County Congregation Community Organizations (OCCCO) . OCCCO is an affiliate of the PICO National Network. Primary Responsibilities Fund Development: Assist board, staff and leaders in developing and implementing fund development plans and strategies Write grant proposals and reports Coordinate fundraising events and activities Participate in administrative activities as required Communications: Develop a communications plan for the organization Manage database Create and publish/manage a variety of communications tools in English and Spanish, including: Quarterly newsletter Issue updates and action alerts Internal Monthly report for volunteer leaders Social media: Facebook, twitter, youtube Requirements: Bachelor's degree with at least 4 yrs. related experience Eagerness to learn and apply community organizing principles to fund development and communications practices Commitment to social change and justice Strong interpersonal skills Excellent analytical, writing and public speaking skills Ability to work with diverse religious, racial, and ethnic communities Ability to work as part of a strong staff team Disciplined, self-starter: able to work independently Spanish-English bilingual; spoken and written Salary: Full time $38,000- $50,000 per year DOE Generous benefits package Application Procedure: All applications must be submitted online. (Follow the link to "Apply for this Position") Please have the following four (4) documents ready to upload to your online application: An electronic file of your resume with references (preferably in PDF format) including 3 references and salary history; A cover letter Two Writing Samples (demonstrating your ability to think critically and communicate effectively). debbie@occcopico.org . To learn more about OCCCO visit www.occcopico.org. To learn more about careers in faith-based community organizing visit www.organizingcareers.org. Source:

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