Employment information center of the American Friends Service Committee
The American Friends Service Committee is a Quaker Organization which includes people of various faiths who are committed to social justice, peace, and humanitarian service. Its work is based on the Quaker belief in the worth of every person, and faith in the power of love to overcome violence and injustice. Read more about AFSC's commitment to diversity and inclusion.
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Director of Leadership Gifts/Senior Principal Development Officer
In the role as Director of Leadership Gifts/Senior Principal Development Officer, they will lead conversations around individual giving (inclusive of major gifts, but also touching on grassroots, online, and other community-based fundraising), coordinate across program units, and play a significant role in conversations at the leadership level of the organization (current GPPG).
Constituent Relations Management System Manager
Serve as primary technical, use of application, and resource support person for AFSC’s online constituent relationship management (CRM) system. Provide a technical resource to AFSC’s programs and/or administrative projects and active involvement throughout the implementation of projects and post production processing. Support and train CRM users throughout the organization. Maintain accuracy of constituent data stores within the online CRM system.
Senior Trust Accountant
The Senior Trust Accountant runs the daily accounting of planned gifts, endowments, and other long term investments. They assist the Director of Trusts & Business Services daily and in annual audit.
Potts Intern, St. Louis Peacebuilding
The mission of the St. Louis Peacebuilding program is to develop youth organizers for social change in their schools, neighborhoods and community. This intern will focus on providing support for local and state policy change that will contribute to dismantling the school-to-prison pipeline in St. Louis and Missouri. That advocacy will be (1) grounded in the experiences of the young people we are in relationship with and (2) done in collaboration with like minded organizations that can leverage their power to create the relevant policy change.