|LOCATION||Los Angeles, CA|
Los Angeles; Remote for the right candidate
The Center for Policing Equity (CPE) is seeking a motivated Corporate and Foundation Relations Manager to oversee and further develop the organization’s foundation and corporate giving program, with a primary focus on cultivating fruitful, long-term relationships.
This individual will serve as part of a growing team that is committed to growing philanthropic support at the nation’s premier organization focused on the transformative impact of data-driven interventions in public safety. Working in partnership with and reporting to the Assistant Director of Development, the successful candidate will work closely with program staff, a contract grants writer, and be capable of communicating (in both verbal and written formats) complex programmatic work to funders.
Prior experience in nonprofit development, and specifically working with foundations or corporations to secure five and six figure grants, is required. If you have these skills, as well as a demonstrated interest and commitment to racial justice, we encourage you to apply.
Application Submission Guidelines
Applications will be considered on a rolling basis.
Please submit the following materials to apply:
Please be sure to label each PDF file by including your name. For example, your submitted CV should be labeled, “LASTNAME_FIRSTNAME.CV.pdf.”
|EOE STATEMENT||The Center for Policing Equity strives to build a diverse team that is inclusive of multiple perspectives and welcoming for people of all backgrounds. Women and members of underrepresented communities are especially encouraged to apply.|
|**APPLY HERE: https://www.appone.com/MainInfoReq.asp?R_ID=3666595|
THIS POSITION IS CURRENTLY ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS.
As a research and action organization, Center for Policing Equity (CPE) produces analyses identifying and reducing the causes of racial disparities in public safety. Using data-driven approaches to social justice, we use science to create levers for social, cultural, and policy change.
We are research scientists, race and equality experts, law enforcement professionals, data virtuosos, using data as tools to build more fair and just systems.
It is critical that we begin with strong law enforcement partnerships. The next step brings in stakeholders to work backwards to identify systems and practices that produce inequity. Then we allow the data to guide us.