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Charity Entrepreneurship London, UK (or remote)
Jan 17, 2020
Full time
Charity Entrepreneurship, an incubator for high-impact charities for people and animals, is seeking a full-time copyeditor (remote or London-based) to assist with editing and writing content for our research reports, website, and social media channels. ABOUT CHARITY ENTREPRENEURSHIP The best charities in the world have a huge impact. Charity Entrepreneurship is a startup incubator dedicated to getting more great nonprofits founded. Our organization conducts research to identify the most promising potential charitable interventions, then runs a training program that incubates 10+ evidence-based charities per year. Focus areas include animal advocacy, health policy, mental health, and family planning. HOW YOU WILL MAKE A DIFFERENCE Strong communications are the core of Charity Entrepreneurship’s work. Thanks to your copyediting skills, more high-quality entrepreneurs will found charities, the incubation program will secure additional strategic partnerships, and research reports will reach a broader audience. In your role as a copyeditor, you will also help strengthen overall editing processes, allowing the research and communications teams to focus on their primary duties, including identifying the most impactful interventions to help animals and people. ABOUT THE ROLE Charity Entrepreneurship produces a lot of written content -- both   direct  research  and  meta  EA  posts , as well as smaller  writing pieces . This content generally requires significant improvements to style and grammar. Sometimes you will have to re-write full paragraphs. For some of our team members, English is not their first language, and one member of our team has a form of dyslexia. Currently, our ability to publish content is limited by a lack of strong copyediting resources. ​​ Tasks will include proofreading and editing high-quality content, including Charity Entrepreneurship’s research reports, EA forum posts and blog posts, and articles for an online handbook for charity founders, as well as small writing pieces such as important emails and social media posts. WHAT WE NEED Exceptional English language skills Strong proofreading skills for reviewing and improving copy while conforming to specific stylistic rules (we use American English) Ability to produce clean copy that requires no or minimal review before publishing At least basic understanding of effective altruism terminology Ability to summarize content (e.g., reports) to produce reader-friendly introductions BONUSES Familiarity with the written output of Charity Entrepreneurship Good understanding of effective altruism concepts BENEFITS Work in a job with a huge impact on the world Get to know the Charity Entrepreneurship team and work in a startup culture Gain experience with an effective altruism nonprofit Work with like-minded, dedicated, and compassionate teammates Be part of a casual environment, with little organizational bureaucracy  Get a strong resume reference Enjoy flexible work hours and environment (almost all people in the team are vegan) Remote work possible FINE PRINT Expected hours: Full-time  (or a minimum of three full days per week) Location: London-based or remote Pay: Amount dependent on role fit and employee needs; £20,000-£25,000 for the full-time position Application deadline: January 27t h
The Humane League Remote (San Francisco, CA, USA)
Jan 15, 2020
Full time
WHO WE ARE The Humane League is an international farm animal advocacy group. THL fosters a high-energy culture of teamwork and mission-driven problem solving, and we have earned recognition as Top Charity from Animal Charity Evaluators for all of their rating periods. Over the past few years, The Humane League has positioned itself for growth. We have a current staff size of 80+ dispersed across the country and internationally. The Humane League is seeking an experienced major gifts professional who enjoys building lasting relationships with individuals, and who is dedicated to our mission to end the abuse of animals raised for food. YOUR OPPORTUNITY The Senior Donor Relations Officer will report to the Director of Donor Relations, and will work closely with the President, Senior Director of Development, and other Donor Relations team members to cultivate, solicit, and steward our most generous supporters. This role is integral to the success of The Humane League’s expanding Development program, and will be critical to helping a high-impact organization achieve sustainable growth.  You are a great candidate for this role if you are an experienced relationship-builder and philanthropic strategist, passionate about The Humane League’s mission, have the ability to work independently and as a member of a team in a fast-paced environment, and be able to prioritize and manage multiple projects efficiently. This is a full-time, remote position. Candidates must reside in either the Pacific or Mountain time zones, preference given to candidates who reside in San Francisco or Los Angeles. We are only able to consider applicants who possess United States work authorization . CORE RESPONSIBILITIES Develop and execute cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship strategies for a portfolio of high-net worth individuals in the Western United States to secure major gifts Collaborate with Development and Leadership staff to support Executive-level major gifts fundraising Support the development and execution of fundraising and cultivation events including in-person events, happy hours, conferences, and virtual town halls Solicit and lead committees of donor volunteers to host private house parties in collaboration with the Fundraising Events Coordinator Collaborate with Development staff to qualify and upgrade major giving prospects from annual fund and mid-level programs Stay current on The Humane League’s programs and theory of change to effectively articulate our mission and represent our work to the public Travel regularly to meet with donors in the Western United States, attend conferences, events, and two strategy retreats per year Conduct research and briefings on donors and prospects Work with program staff to draft tailored donor correspondence, proposals, impact reports, and other communications Maintain detailed donor files in the donor database  Maintain an understanding of related philanthropic opportunities including but not limited to legacy giving, foundational giving, leadership giving, and peer-to-peer giving  Related activities that fall within the scope of responsibilities or as assigned by your manager DESIRED SKILLS Experience with relational databases (e.g. EveryAction), spreadsheets, Google Docs, Asana, and Slack Background or demonstrated interest in farmed animal welfare Experience in project management, including establishing project scope, timelines, and execution Experience planning and executing intimate fundraising events, especially house parties Experience developing and writing donor proposals Experience with planned giving Experience with foundations Experience working with an organization’s leadership team to develop and execute coordinated strategies Familiarity with a remote working environment REQUIRED SKILLS Four or more years of directly applicable professional experience in major gifts fundraising Track record of soliciting and securing five- to seven-figure gifts Demonstrated ability to develop and execute strategies and overcome obstacles to achieve  goals Strong ability to communicate persuasively verbally, in presentations, and in writing Outstanding organizational skills with a high level of attention to detail Ability to work on multiple projects simultaneously, prioritize activities, and be flexible in adjusting expectations as new developments occur Strong capacity to take initiative, work independently, and follow through to execute on project ideas Ability to maintain the highest degree of confidentiality regarding all aspects of work  Exceptional listening and interpersonal skills, including curiosity, empathy, and diplomacy Ability to maintain composure, flexibility, and levity under tight deadlines Willingness to take direction and embrace a collaborative spirit Ability to travel up to 30% of the time to support relationships and events as required Availability to work night and weekend hours as needed Starting annual salary is $56,000, with additional consideration for cost of living for candidates residing in preferred locations. Employees enjoy full medical coverage, optional dental and vision packages, a 401(k) retirement plan, working from home, flexible holiday and vacation time, room for advancement, and the supportive environment at The Humane League! The Humane League is committed to creating a diverse environment and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. Women, people of color, people with disabilities, and veterans are strongly encouraged to apply. In compliance with laws and in furtherance of our commitment to fostering an environment that welcomes and embraces diversity, all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, disability, age, or veteran status. The Humane League is committed to working with and providing reasonable accommodations to individuals with disabilities. If you need a reasonable accommodation because of a disability for any part of the employment process, please email People Operations (anguyen@thehumaneleague.org) and let us know the nature of your request and your contact information.
Woodstock Farm Sanctuary High Falls, NY, USA
Jan 15, 2020
Full time
Organizational Description Woodstock Farm Sanctuary rescues farmed animals and gives them care and sanctuary, connects animals with people to advance veganism, and advocates for animal rights in alliance with other social justice movements. We welcome visitors to come and meet animals who are most commonly exploited, abused, and killed in animal agriculture. Our animal residents are given lifelong sanctuary and are treated with respect as individuals. By giving farmed animals the chance to live their lives with dignity and by sharing their stories, we advocate for veganism and aim to reduce suffering for all. Job Overview The Events and Volunteer Manager or Coordinator will report to the Development Director and will work closely with other managerial staff. This position is responsible for our entire events suite including fundraising events, special tours, and weddings. In addition, this position manages all aspects of our intern and volunteer recruitment, retention, and stewardship. This position requires regular weekend and evening work during our visiting season. Key Responsibilities Include:   -Manages all on-site fundraising events, including festivals and our annual Gala. This includes recruiting vendors, auction items, raffle items, and assisting in corporate sponsorship, as well as overall planning and day-of logistics. -Implements weekend programs such as Twilight Tours and Second Saturdays, requiring at least two Saturdays a month during our open season. -Leads wedding program, including giving tours to prospects, managing logistics, and coordinating with other key staff to meet revenue goals. -Creates and implements volunteer retention, recruitment, and stewardship program, working closely with all departments to assess current and ongoing needs. -Works across departments to recruit and retain interns, as well as coordinating all aspects of housing. Additional Responsibilities Include: -Maintains online forms for volunteers, interns, weddings, vendors, and events. -Remains on call during all weddings. -Develops strong relationships with vendors and corporations and grows relationships to create a strong stream of prospects year over year. -Works closely with other members of Development to ensure that donors are stewarded properly during and post event. -Works to achieve financial goals for events and volunteer sign up targets.   This position requires standing and sitting for hours at a time, interacting with farmed animals, and moving around the large Sanctuary property for tours, events, and donor visits. Weekend work will be required as well as additional responsibilities based on emerging needs and opportunities. Pay and benefits are competitive. Qualifications 1-2 years events and/or volunteer management experience required for the coordinator level position and 3-4 years experience in event and volunteer management required for the manager level position Preferred auction or in-kind solicitation experience Ability to work regular weekend hours Capacity to achieve revenue and attendance targets Excellent organizational skills and ability to multitask Proficiency in or ability to learn database management and reporting Dedication to the mission of Woodstock Farm Sanctuary Thrives in a fast-paced work environment Experience in project management Strong personal and customer service skills including relationship building   To apply: Please submit a resume and cover letter to the attention of Kirstie Kimball   Woodstock Farm Sanctuary is an equal opportunity employer, committed to values of diversity and inclusion.
Charity Entrepreneurship London, UK
Jan 15, 2020
Full time
ABOUT CHARITY ENTREPRENEURSHIP The best charities in the world have a huge impact. Charity Entrepreneurship is a startup incubator dedicated to getting more great nonprofits founded. Our organization conducts research to identify the most promising potential charitable interventions, then runs a training program that incubates 10+ evidence-based charities per year. Focus areas include animal advocacy, health policy, mental health, and family planning. HOW YOU WILL MAKE A DIFFERENCE Your role will be to lead the operations department and help Charity Entrepreneurship, and dozens of new charities, to run highly effectively. Many new organizations are slow to have an impact due to their struggle with the logistics of running an organization. A strong operations lead can make a huge difference, positively impacting the lives of thousands of animals and humans. You will also have a significant role in shaping the long-term operations team. ABOUT THE ROLE This role is diverse and challenging, requiring a problem solver’s mindset and strong attention to detail. Our organization is unconventional, and, as we help many different charities, the work ends up being highly diverse with often an unclear path forward. The Senior Operations Lead needs to excel under uncertainty and develop adequate solutions to a wide range of dilemmas. As an operational lead, you are responsible for finance, accounting, logistics, HR, and grant management. Tasks will include the following: Managing other members of the operations team Creating hiring contracts and grant agreements; helping create onboarding processes Leading any HR work Coordinating incoming and outgoing grants Determining the best investment strategies for runway money Filing year-end tax forms Finding a larger office space for our growing team Coordinating with multiple newly-founded charities to set up earlier-stage operations systems Determining strategies for accommodation and living costs reimbursements for program attendees Creating flexible, versatile systems that could be used by new charities in the future Overseeing accounts and bookkeeping Working with the CEO of Charity Entrepreneurship to oversee CE UK establishment as a legal entity and registered charity in the UK (to complement our existing Canadian and Indian charity registration) Coordinating with the Charity Commission to secure charitable status and ensure ongoing compliance with the Charity Commission’s requirements Given the relatively small size of our nonprofit, the ideal candidate would also have skills in more general areas, such as communications and finance, in order to assist with these tasks based on organizational needs. WHAT WE NEED Passion for doing good in the world and an excitement for helping Charity Entrepreneurship expand to new projects and/or launch additional charities Background doing similar work Enthusiasm for creating and optimizing systems Intelligent and quick learner Creative problem-solver Detail-oriented individual Excellent time-management skills Minimum intermediate skills with Microsoft Excel or Google Sheets Solid interpersonal skills Calm under pressure Comfortable with risk and ambiguity Good organizational skills and ability to organize tasks and big projects coherently You can see more about  what makes a good operations lead here BONUSES ​​Interest in founding an effective charity in the future Understanding of Canadian and/or UK tax systems Comprehension of Quickbooks Local to London or willing to relocate Have followed the written output from Charity Science or Charity Entrepreneurship projects Good understanding of effective altruism concepts BENEFITS Work in a job with a huge impact on the world Get to know the Charity Entrepreneurship team and work in a startup culture Gain experience with an effective altruism nonprofit Work with like-minded, dedicated, and compassionate teammates Be part of a casual environment, with little organizational bureaucracy Get a strong resume reference and build a wide set of skills Enjoy flexible work hours and environment  Receive training in important skill-sets​​ FINE PRINT Expected hours: Full-time Reports to: CEO or COO Location: London-based Pay: Amount dependent on role fit and employee needs; £20,000-£40,000 Application deadline: January 27th The strongest candidates will be contacted for the first-stage interview
Charity Entrepreneurship London, UK
Jan 15, 2020
Full time
ABOUT CHARITY ENTREPRENEURSHIP The best charities in the world have a huge impact. Charity Entrepreneurship is a startup incubator dedicated to getting more great nonprofits founded. The organization conducts research to identify the most promising potential charitable interventions, and then runs an annual program to incubate high-impact charity startups. Focus areas include animal advocacy, health policy, mental health, and family planning. HOW YOU WILL MAKE A DIFFERENCE Your role will be to lead the operations department and help Charity Entrepreneurship, and dozens of new charities, run highly effectively. Many new organizations struggle, or are slow to have an impact, due to their struggle with the logistics of running an organization. A strong operations lead can make a huge difference, helping to positively impact the lives of thousands of humans and animals. You will also have a significant role in shaping the long-term operations team. ABOUT THE ROLE This role is diverse and challenging, requiring a problem solver’s mindset and strong attention to detail. Our organization is unconventional, and, as we incubate many different charities, the work ends up being highly diverse. The Junior operations lead needs to excel with details and systems implement adequate solutions to a wide range of dilemmas. Tasks will include the following: Coordinating incoming and outgoing grants Filing year-end tax forms Conducting bookkeeping, accounting, and payroll Improving office functions Coordinating with multiple newly-founded charities to stay legally compliant Tracking and providing reimbursements for program attendees and staff Creating hiring contracts and grant agreements, assisting with onboarding processes Working with the operations lead of Charity Entrepreneurship to oversee CE UK establishment as a legal entity and registered charity in the UK, to complement our existing Canadian and Indian charity registration Coordinating with the Charity Commission to secure charitable status, and ensuring ongoing compliance with the Charity Commission’s requirements. Given the relatively small size of our nonprofit, the ideal candidate would also have skills in more general areas, such as communications, in order to assist with these tasks based on organizational needs. WHAT WE NEED Passion for doing good in the world and an excitement for helping Charity Entrepreneurship expand to new projects and/or launch additional charities Intelligent and quick learner Detail-oriented individual Excellent time-management skills Minimum intermediate skills with Microsoft Excel or Google Sheets Solid interpersonal skills Calm under pressure Comfortable with risk and ambiguity Good organizational skills and ability to organize tasks and big projects coherently You can see more about  what makes a good operations lead here . BONUSES ​Interest in founding an effective charity in the future Understanding of Canadian and/or UK tax systems Comprehension of Quickbooks Local to London, or willing to relocate Have followed the written output from any Charity Science or Charity Entrepreneurship projects A good understanding of effective altruism concepts BENEFITS ​​Work in a job that has a huge impact on the world Get to know the Charity Entrepreneurship team and work in a startup culture Gain experience with an effective altruism nonprofit Work with like-minded, dedicated, and compassionate teammates Be part of a casual environment with little organizational bureaucracy Get a strong resume reference and build a wide set of skills Enjoy flexible working hours and environment  Receive training in important skill-sets. FINE PRINT Expected hours: Full-time​ Location: London-based Pay: Amount dependent on role fit and employee needs; £20,000-£30,000 Application deadline: January 27th The strongest candidates will be contacted for the first-stage interview
PETA Norfolk, VA, USA
Jan 12, 2020
Full time
Position Objective: To work on specific projects, as assigned by the president, to help promote the goals of the organization   Primary Responsibilities and Duties: Conduct research, prepare analyses, and suggest strategies Maintain accurate and up-to-date files and briefing papers Draft correspondence and respond to inquiries and requests, utilizing discretion and independent judgment Oversee Web content related to assigned projects Travel within and outside the U.S. on assignments Write speeches, give talks, and attend functions Perform any other duties, as assigned by the supervisor   Qualifications: Degree in a related field or equivalent experience Minimum of two years of research experience Proven ability to handle confidential information with discretion Demonstrated excellent written and verbal communication skills Demonstrated ability to organize and manage multiple projects Proven ability to exercise independent judgment Strong working knowledge of animal rights issues and PETA campaigns Proven ability to work well under pressure and meet deadlines Professional appearance and adherence to a vegan lifestyle Previous public-speaking experience and the ability to comfortably create and deliver presentations Ability and willingness to travel Must be at least 21 years of age and have a valid U.S. drivers' license, a minimum of three years of driving experience, and a satisfactory driving record Ability to lift and carry 20 lbs. Support for PETA’s philosophy and the ability to professionally advocate PETA’s positions on issues Commitment to the objectives of the organization
PETA
Jan 12, 2020
Full time
Modern mobile clinic seeking veterinarian: With over 150,000 surgeries performed since 2001, we help reduce the dog and cat overpopulation crisis in and around the pleasant river town of Norfolk in south eastern Virginia.  Benefits include competitive salary, flexible hours, vacation and sick time and limited weekends!  Experience in high volume surgery preferred, caring about animal welfare a must.     Primary Responsibilities and Duties: Perform surgical sterilizations and other surgeries as required Oversee and perform surgical monitoring, the administration of pre-anesthetic and anesthetic drugs, and post-surgical monitoring through discharge Promote the humane care and treatment of animals Administer vaccines to clinic patients Comply with the applicable state and federal laws established by the Virginia Board of Veterinary Medicine and the U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA)   Qualifications: Degree in veterinary medicine from an accredited university of veterinary medicine Current Virginia veterinary license or ability to obtain one One year of experience practicing veterinary medicine preferred Experience with high-volume spay-and-neuter surgeries desired Possession of or ability to obtain a DEA controlled-substance registration Proven effective organizational skills and meticulous attention to detail Willingness and ability to travel to various clinic stops throughout Hampton Roads A valid U.S. driver's license, a minimum of three years of driving experience, and a satisfactory driving record Commitment to the objectives of the mobile clinic division and its mission
PETA Norfolk, VA, USA
Jan 12, 2020
Full time
Position Objective: To generate media coverage of PETA's campaigns   Primary Responsibilities and Duties: • Prepare and service news releases for PETA Campaigns • Independently pitch PETA campaigns and events to the media • Prepare and manage news releases for PETA’s foreign affiliates • Prepare and send mailings to the media on specific issues and campaigns • Develop target lists for issue and campaign coverage • Develop new pitch ideas and ways to revamp news releases and pitches in order to increase media coverage of PETA campaigns • Pitch campaigner profiles and interviews to TV and radio talk shows, features editors, and weekly papers • Keep informed about local and national news stories and track those that are relevant to PETA’s campaigns • Perform any other duties assigned by the supervisor   Qualifications: • Degree in a related field or equivalent experience • Knowledge of public relations and the media industry • Demonstrated thorough knowledge of animal rights issues and campaigns • Proven ability to deal with a variety of people in a professional manner • Demonstrated ability to work on multiple projects simultaneously • Proven ability to take initiative and follow through • Demonstrated ability to make sound judgments and work independently • Proven exceptional written and verbal communication skills • Proven excellent organizational skills • Proven ability to work well under pressure and meet tight deadlines • Professional appearance and adherence to a healthy vegan lifestyle • Support for PETA's philosophy and the ability to professionally advocate PETA's positions on issues • Commitment to the objectives of the organization  
PETA
Jan 12, 2020
Full time
Companies that exploit animals don't want consumers to see what they're doing or how they're doing it, so PETA sends people to work in their facilities and observe their treatment of animals. In just the past 10 years, PETA's investigations have resulted in the following:  Millions of eyes opened More than 1,000 criminal charges More than 350 U.S. Department of Agriculture citations 15 facilities shut down Position Objective: To use a variety of undercover investigative methods to conduct field investigations in PETA's focus areas, including the use of animals for food, clothing, experimentation, and entertainment  Location: Varies based on assignment  Primary Responsibilities and Duties: o Travel to different states and temporarily stay on location for various assignments for as long as necessary, sometimes several months at a time o Conduct assigned short- and long-term field observations from beginning to end, including the following duties: o Prepare for and research assignments, as directed by the vice president o Visit and/or obtain employment in various industries that use animals o Submit daily log notes in a detailed and orderly fashion o Use photography and videography to document conditions and use of animals as well as illegal, cruel, and/or improper conduct o Behave legally and professionally and bring issues to the superiors' attention o Work closely with office-based staff to develop documented cases o Cooperate fully in criminal, civil, and/or regulatory/administrative proceedings that result from field observations o Maintain strict confidentiality at all times     Requirements: • Appropriate experience in a related field or relevant experience, depending on the organization's needs • Willingness and ability to travel and be away from home for months at a time • Experience with audio-visual equipment • Diligent attention to detail and ability to handle extreme stress • Willingness and ability to follow instructions carefully • Ability to make sound judgments • Proven ability to maintain confidentiality and use discretion at all times • Must be at least 21 years of age and have a valid U.S. driver's license, a minimum of three years of driving experience, and a satisfactory driving record • Ability to lift and carry up to 50 lbs. on a regular basis • Commitment to the objectives of the organization