CTWO is looking for a Development Coordinator to collaborate with the Development Director and Development Manager and manage CTWO’s and the Hub’s (Black Land Liberation Initiative, the BlackOUT Collective and Ruckus Society) fundraising and development efforts.

The Development Coordinator will: create and manage data related to donor, foundation, and participant records; process and maintain fundraising gifts, pledges, and benefit transactions; configure and manage mailing lists; create and generate fundraising and impact reports, as requested; implement an organizational program impact plan; and track and assist with direct mailings. Manages database for all donors (institutional and individual). Some travel is required.


Info Processing: Configure, maintain and update information on donations, foundation funding, and appeals. This also includes preparing and tracking gifts, creating financial reports, and tracking program impact.

Data Entry and Coordination: Create and update constituent and donor records and integrate all lists from external sources to EveryAction. This includes providing information/reports to assist with donor targeting, cultivation and follow up and orienting staff on EveryAction.

CRM and System Maintenance: Troubleshoot, problem-solve, and liaise with EveryAction and data support systems, including staying abreast of updates and changes in EveryAction and data support systems.

Research: Identify and research individuals and foundations that are active philanthropically on a local and national level and provide in-depth, comprehensive information on prospects and donors. This includes being aware of funding trends, maintaining standards and processes for prospect research, and constant follow-up as needed.

Organizational Program Impact Plan: alongside Development Manager, support implementation of a CTWO Hub-wide plan track and document programmatic impact

Process data, create reports, and track trends with the goal of expanding organizational reach and programmatic impact.


  • You are attentive to details and systems minded. You love - or at least, are very comfortable with a spreadsheet, database, and other project management tools.
  • You are values-driven. You have a strong commitment to Racial and Economic Justice.
  • You are a problem solver and an accountable self-starter. You know when to ask for help, but also don’t mind brainstorming potential solutions ahead of talking with your team. You can look at a page of notes, pull out the follow-up items, and get started.
  • You have experience organizing with communities of color or being part of an organizing project for racial justice.


  • 3-5 years of experience in social justice work, with substantial administrative and responsibilities.
  • 3-5 years of data management, donor research, and gift processing experience
  • Data management experience with Every Action and Wealth Engine is a plus.
  • Ability to trouble-shoot and problem-solve data management issues
  • Strong interpersonal skills.
  • Excellent oral and written communications skills.
  • Strong time management skills.
  • Strong computer skills required, including knowledge of MS Excel and Word/Google Drive programs. Working knowledge of databases is a strong plus.


The position is full-time (32 hours per week), exempt, fully benefits eligible, reports to the Development Director, and is paid an annual salary of $63,000-$68,000.

CTWO offers a competitive salary commensurate with experience and a comprehensive, progressive benefit program to attract, retain, and motivate a high-performing and dedicated workforce. The salary for this position is full-time and is a 32-hours per week position.

Benefits Include:

  • Health Care: 100% Employer Paid Medical, Dental and Vision. Full-time eligible
  • Vacation Time: Unlimited
  • Employer-matched Retirement
  • Monthly Technology Stipend
  • Monthly Wellness Stipend


For immediate consideration, please apply by October 9, 2023.

CTWO is an equal opportunity employer. We value a diverse workforce and an inclusive culture. CTWO encourages applications from all qualified individuals without regard to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, age, national origin, citizenship, disability, or veteran status.