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 naamayadgar@acri.org.il. 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.

Qualifications:

  • 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.