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Regional Director of Development, Southeastern Washington

Location: Kennewick
 
The Regional Director of Development for JA of Washington's Southeastern Washington region (SEWA) is the business development representative responsible for all aspects of the SEWA region efforts related to fundraising. The Regional Director of Development, in conjunction with the President & CEO and Board of Directors, will develop and maintain annual fundraising goals. The qualified candidate will enhance the mission of Junior Achievement of Washington by implementing and maintaining a highly productive development program to cultivate, identify, solicit and secure new and existing renewable funding sources. The Regional Director is responsible for the supervision of the region's highly efficient staff working in a time intensive, results oriented environment and providing leadership and motivational skills to develop staff. Funding expectations include but are not limited to an annual fund, major program sponsorships and special events. The Regional Director of Development reports to the President & CEO, with primary emphasis on increasing philanthropic support and cultivation of current donor corporations and foundations in the region.
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To apply for this position, please email resume and cover letter to: hiring@jawashington.org

JA World Greeter - Office Assistant (Volunteer)

Location: Auburn
 
The JA World Greeter and Office Assistant serves as a friendly face for visitors and callers to JA World. To fulfill this volunteer role, all that is needed is a cheerful disposition, clear communication skills, and basic computer skills. Your shift will involve greeting visitors and students as they enter our facility, and assisting our JA Finance Park and JA BizTown Managers and our Office Manager, with a variety of tasks on and off the computer. Hours are approximately 8:30am-12: 30 pm. A commitment to work twice a week or more is preferred, during the school year. Days of the week will vary according to school schedules. A background check will be conducted prior to hiring for this volunteer position.
 
To apply for this position, please email: jaworld@jawashington.org
 

Special Events Intern

Location: Seattle or Auburn
 
The Special Events Intern is a vital part of the events team in organizing and planning all JA fundraising events, including but not limited to auctions, golf classics, bowling events and other fundraisers. This position will build on the success and track-record of well-branded events as well as assist in the cultivation of new supporters to the organization. A successful candidate will have strong relationship-building, organizational and computer skills. 
 
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To apply for this position, please email resume and cover letter to: Colleen Hay, Sr. Manager, Special Events, colleenh@jawashington.org
 
 
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