Associate, Fundraising Administration

The Hunger Project is a growing organization with high ambitions to continue to expand its impact around the world, which will require equally ambitious advances in the administrative systems supporting the fundraising operations. 

Position Summary

The Associate, Fundraising Administration will take the lead in creating and implementing systems and processes in support of fundraising and will maintain standards in data management and reporting. This newly created position thus presents an opportunity for this person to use their creativity, ideas, and experience to build new and improved systems and procedures. The CEO, Board of Directors, and Executive team all view fundraising as a priority and are actively engaged and supportive of fundraising efforts. The Hunger Project prides itself in its organizational culture of kindness coupled with passion and drive.

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