The Israel Project (TIP) is the only organizations dedicated to changing people’s minds about Israel through cutting-edge strategic communications. TIP is a non-partisan American educational organization dedicated to informing the media and public conversation about Israel and the Middle East. TIP maintains offices in both Washington, D.C., and in Jerusalem, Israel.
If you would like to join our team, check the listings below. For general inquires, email an appropriate cover letter, resume, salary history, and references to email@example.com. Please enter HUMAN RESOURCES in the subject line.
- Strategically leverages the time of the President to support aggressive fundraising targets.
- Secures meetings and speaking engagements and corresponding with potential funders to build The Israel Project’s visibility.
- Help identify opportunities to collaborate with existing donors to raise additional funds
- Solicits and stewards major donors.
- Lead aspects of the annual campaign, including creating materials, developing donor lists, tracking incoming donations, and identifying incentive
- or matching strategies.
- Work with Communications team on messaging to new, existing, and lapsed donors to cultivate stronger relationships.
- Staffs the CEO for call time.
- Prepares meetings and event briefings.
- Travels around North America for fundraising meetings, as supporting staff and as principle, depending on the situation and assignment.
- Edit and write proposals and letters of inquiry for renewals and new grant funding opportunities.
- Prepare speeches and collateral material for organizational use and CEO remarks and presentations.
- Creates customized budgets in accordance with each foundation’s guidelines.
- Other duties as assigned.
- 3+ years of experience as a successful development/sales professional.
- Ability to maintain strict confidentiality.
- Proficiency in the Microsoft suite of products, must also be familiar with Adobe PDF and database management systems.
- Must be able to effectively plan/manage work flow on multiple projects simultaneously and manage project details with limited supervision.
- Ability to work in a fast-paced, deadline-driven environment.
- Bachelor’s degree required.
- Knowledge of, and respect for, the mission of The Israel Project.
- Knowledge of the rules and regulations of The Israel Project, including its Personnel Policies & Procedures Manual, and to abide by them