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Seeking Part-Time Development Specialist

Posted by Ryan Hall
04.05.17

Pace e Bene is looking for a great fundraiser to help us deepen and broaden our work for a culture of peace and nonviolence.  If you – or someone you know – has the skills to raise the resources needed to expand our nationwide movement for nonviolent change, we’d love to hear from you!

We’re seeking an experienced fundraising professional on a renewable, part-time contract to scale up our development efforts.  We are looking for someone in either Chicago or the Pacific Northwest—where we have staff—though we are also open to qualified candidates from other parts of the country.

For the full job description, click here.

If you have the chops to help Pace e Bene thrive in this way, please email us at info+development@paceebene.org with your resume, cover letter, and a writing sample, preferably from a grant application or fundraising literature.  In your letter, please address how you fit the responsibilities and qualifications we are looking for.

Thanks for exploring this exciting opportunity to help build Pace e Bene at a time when the power of nonviolence is needed more than ever!

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