Resource Development Manager
The Terner Center is hiring a Resource Development Manager to further the Center’s research, policy, and innovation agenda by leading our fund development planning, donor relations, and fundraising efforts. This role will lead planning for resource development and focus on the identification, cultivation, and stewardship of donors and funders. Responsibilities include developing proposals, presentations, and other materials, writing grant reports, planning donor-oriented events, and producing the annual report and other stewardship collateral. This role will also develop metrics for and track progress towards fundraising goals, track incoming revenue, draft proposal budgets, and perform fundraising-related research and analysis.
This role will directly report to our Managing Director and will be a member of the operations team. This role will work closely with staff across the Terner team as well as with UC Berkeley advancement, grants, and other offices.
The Resource Development Manager will have demonstrated experience in fundraising, donor relations, grant management, budgeting and financial reporting, and event planning. Writing and editing skills and proficiency with client management and project management software are required and highly valued. Experience working in non-profits of a similar size and scale and familiarity with housing affordability issues are preferred.
The Terner Center is committed to Equal Employment Opportunity. We welcome and encourage applications that reflect a variety of backgrounds based on race, ethnicity, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, disability, veteran status, ideology, lived experience of housing challenges, and other statuses protected by law.
This position will be located at the Terner Center’s offices in the San Francisco East Bay but flexibility may be available to work remotely 1-2 days a week. Salary will be up to $95,000 annually, commensurate with experience.
For external candidates, please apply via the link here.
For internal UCB candidates, please apply via the link here.
The Terner Center regularly recruits Graduate and Undergraduate students to assist in a range of projects and roles each semester and over the summer break.
We are not currently soliciting applications for GSRs. Please check back soon for future opportunities.