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Development Coordinator - Crag Law Center

The Crag Law Center is seeking a highly motivated, organized, and passionate individual to serve as its Development Coordinator and work with its staff and manage volunteers to implement all aspects of its fundraising, outreach, and education program. The Development Coordinator will work with the Co-Executive Directors, Staff Attorneys, Board of Directors and volunteers to build financial and community support for Crag’s future growth.


The Crag Law Center is a non-profit client-focused law center that supports community efforts to protect and sustain the Pacific Northwest’s natural legacy. Crag promotes environmental conservation by providing professional legal representation to conservation groups, Native peoples, local governments, citizen groups and recreation groups. Crag is based in Portland, Oregon and works throughout Oregon, Washington and Alaska. Founded in 2001, Crag has grown steadily since its inception and has developed a national reputation for helping local communities create positive, on-the-ground change. www.crag.org




* 32 hours per week with expected expansion to 40 hours per week within first 12-24 months. The position is based in our office in Portland, Oregon and reports to Co-Executive Directors * Coordinate, implement and assist in development of fundraising programs and strategies in support of organizational budget of $350,000-$450,000 annually * Manage and expand program of regular fundraising and outreach events * Expand and implement existing major donor and individual donor programs, while managing database program and donor communication * Identify, research, coordinate and implement grants program focused primarily on regional and national private foundations * Coordinate production of outreach and communication materials, including posters, newsletters, web site content and social networking * Recruit and manage volunteers on an on-going basis to assist in development




* Demonstrated passion for environmental conservation and community-based collective action; familiarity with environmental issues in the Pacific Northwest * At least 2 years development experience with proven track record of successful fundraising efforts and excellent written and verbal communication skills * Energetic, flexible team member able to thrive in a dynamic, high energy work environment * Ability to communicate effectively and work with people from different cultural backgrounds * Well-organized critical thinker with excellent problem-solving and decision-making skills * B.A. required; Master’s degree preferred * Demonstrated proficiency with relevant computer software including: Photoshop/Illustrator for layout and design, Lightroom or equivalent photo editing, donor database management, WordPress website management, email management, blogging and social networking




DOE. Salary commensurate with regional conservation groups of same size plus competitive benefits package including medical coverage, flexible spending account, 403(b) retirement plan


with employer contribution, and three weeks vacation.




Please submit a resume, cover letter explaining your qualifications and interest in the position, three references from people who can comment on the quality of your relevant work and two samples of outreach/fundraising materials that you have personally produced. Applicants are encouraged to submit their materials as .pdf attachments to an email but may also submit all or just certain supplemental materials by mail on 100% post-consumer recycled paper and printed double-sided. The position will be held open until filled.


Email application to both:


[email protected] & [email protected]


Or mail application to:


Development Coordinator Hiring, Crag Law Center


917 SW Oak St., Suite 417


Portland, OR 97205


To learn more about the Crag Law Center visit www.crag.org


The Crag Law Center is an equal opportunity employer. People of color, women, people with disability and LGBT candidates are strongly encouraged to apply.