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    Associate Director of Development

    The Associate Director of Development manages ILRCSF’s foundation grants program, serves as the primary writer of foundation grant proposals and reports, and manages donor relations, involving both individuals and corporate entities.  This is a PT staff or contract position, with the flexibility to carry out most work remotely.

    Job Responsibilities

    The Associate Director of Development reports to the Executive Director, and is responsible for (among other tasks) the following:

    • Manage online fundraising efforts and direct mail appeals.
    • Research foundation funding opportunities and present to senior staff.
    • Manage the foundation grant reporting and proposal writing processes, and assist with funder relationship maintenance.
    • Translate organization’s advocacy and programmatic work into writing for a variety of diverse audiences.
    • Provide writing support to Executive Director and Board President, including for major donor fundraising.
    • Maintain accurate records of all donations and donor communications, using the Network For Good database.
    • Assist with other projects as required.


    The Associate Director is an excellent writer who enjoys translating programmatic work into writing.  Specific skills required for success include:

    • Outstanding writing skills, including professional experience creating a variety of written resources.
    • Self-starter; ability to manage the grants timeline and related projects with limited supervision.
    • Ability to manage numerous projects at once.
    • Commitment to ILRCSF’s mission and goals.
    • Bachelor’s degree, preferred.
    • Work experience that includes writing, fundraising, and project management.

    The Independent Living Resource Center San Francisco (ILRCSF) is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer. Reasonable accommodation provided to persons with disabilities in the application and interview process as well as in employment.