At Walk San Francisco, we believe when you walk out the door to go to work, to
school, to the park – anywhere – you shouldn’t be risking your life by simply
crossing the street. But every day an average of three people are hit while
walking in San Francisco.
Walk SF exists to change this. Every day, we push for solutions to make our
streets dramatically safer for everyone, of every age and ability. We believe San
Francisco can become the most pedestrian-friendly city in the nation. And when
walking is truly safe and joyful for all, this will bring immense health, equity,
economic, and environmental benefits to our city.
We’re looking for a new team member to help us with our lifesaving mission!
Our mission can’t happen without our development team. The Development
Assistant is absolutely crucial for keeping lots of pieces in motion and
supporting our fundraising goals. The Development Assistant is supervised by
the Senior Development Manager and is their right-hand person in growing our
major donor program, harnessing data in a variety of ways, and building a strong
ladder of engagement and membership base.
You’ll enjoy this position if you’re someone who: is systems-, detail- and
data-oriented; enjoys solving problems and nurturing relationships; and is
excited to be part of a small and collaborative organization doing big things!
You can be part of really leveling-up our fundraising, which means you will gain
meaningful experience on a variety of fronts as we become more sophisticated
and data-driven in our approach. There is a lot of need for problem-solving and
smart ideas within this administrative position.
This is a salaried, non-exempt position, with a starting salary of $58,000 – $64,000.
Benefits include two weeks of paid time off in year one, plus a bonus week (our
office is closed between Christmas and New Year’s); sick time; plus a wellness flex
fund; professional development funding; and 401k match.
To apply, please send: 1) a cover letter that includes where you heard about the
position, your reasons for applying, and the relevant experiences you would bring
to this role; and 2) your resume.
Please merge these two documents into one PDF with a file name that includes
your last name and “Development Assistant”) and email to email@example.com.
Use the subject line: Development Assistant Application. Resumes submitted
without a cover letter will not be considered.