Fund Development and Communications Associate
Founded in 1992, the Childhood Lead Action Project works to eliminate childhood lead poisoning in RI through community-based education, parent engagement and advocacy. We are the only organization in the state devoted primarily to this pervasive environmental justice - one of the most serious environmental health problems affecting children in our state.
The Childhood Lead Action Project is looking for a talented and creative person to support our fundraising and communications efforts.
Experience with general non-profit fund development; attention to details and deadlines; strong communication skills, both written and oral; computer skills: database management, social media, Microsoft Office programs, joomla or other content management systems.
This is an AmeriCorps VISTA position. AmeriCorps VISTA members commit to working for one year and receive a subsistence allowance of $495 every two weeks; an educational award of $5,775 or stipend of $1,500; a stipend available after completing one year of service - accrues at the rate of $125/month; child care benefits up to $400/child per month; and health insurance (if eligible).
AmeriCorps VISTA members may work or attend school part time in addition to their VISTA commitment.
The Childhood Lead Action Project is an equal opportunity employer. People of color, women and LGBT individuals are encouraged to apply.