Director of Resource Development and International Relations

The Association for Civil Rights in Israel (ACRI

Director of Resource Development and International Relations

Lst update: 17/1/2021

The Association for Civil Rights in Israel (ACRI) is seeking a full time Director of Resource Development and International Relations. Interested candidates should send their CV and cover letter explaining their qualifications by 28 January 2021 to Only candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.

Job Description:

  • Responsible for all ACRI fundraising activities, reporting to and working closely with the Executive Director.

  • Manage, coordinate, supervise and monitor activities of a four-person department and a 9M NIS budget, working closely with the financial team.

  • Member of the senior management staff, including reporting to the Finance Committee and Board.

  • Maintain donor portfolios and outreach to potential new donors to meet organizational fund raising targets.

  • Principal contact for donors, foundations, and foreign governments, as well as for freelancers.

  • Create strategic work plan for resource development, identifying fundraising goals to meet annual budget and increase donor giving.

  • Ensure implementation of commitments to donors, project compliance

  • Work collaboratively with staff to develop projects that suit their funding needs

  • Responsible for all English language communications.

  • Ability to travel and represent the organization abroad as necessary.


  • Bachelor’s degree in a relevant field (Master’s degree preferred)

  • At least four years successful fundraising experience

  • Experience in formulating and implementing work plans

  • Experience with full process of multi-year large grants from governments and foundations

  • Experience in managing complex budgets

  • Success in large scale, multi-year proposals, including project planning and management key tools (e.g., Logical Framework analysis, PCM, etc.)

  • Native level English and advanced level Hebrew

  • Experience with government grants (EIDHR, MEPI, etc.)

  • Identify personally with ACRI’s mission and mandate, and strong commitment to human rights.

  • Strong computer skills

  • Managerial experience

  • Able to work under pressure and irregular hours (overseas calls at night and several evening meetings).

Full time position: 100%
Salary: Depending on experience
Ideal Start Date: 1 March 2021
Location: Three days a week at Tel Aviv office; the other days either at Jerusalem or Nazareth office.