Believe in the power of creative innovation to improve education and communities? The Community Training and Assistance Center (CTAC) offers professionals who share our mission the chance to make a significant positive impact in diverse settings.
CTAC offers the opportunity to assist school systems and communities nationwide as part of a highly collaborative team recognized for results. CTAC is an equal opportunity employer.
Senior level position to perform all functions of the development department, including identifying and cultivating relationships with current and potential foundation, corporate and government funding sources; and serving as principal researcher, writer and manager of CTAC’s proposal development process. Bachelor’s degree required (master’s preferred), as well as 8–10 years of experience in education and community development fundraising on a national level. Position is Boston-based and requires national travel.
Assist in CTAC’s development and communications efforts by researching and cultivating relationships with current and potential funding sources, managing CTAC’s proposal development process, and implementing communications strategy targeting potential funders, client groups, policy makers, and the media. Requires Bachelor’s degree (master’s preferred), 5–7 years of experience, and knowledge of and passion for the fields of education and community development.
Provide key support in the areas of communications, design, fundraising and other aspects of development. Design and develop content for materials for distribution across a variety of communications channels (including print, web, social media, and email), conduct research for development efforts, and assist in production of project deliverables, including videos, client training materials, and websites. Bachelor’s degree and 2–3 years professional experience in communications and marketing strongly preferred. Position is Boston based.