TDI is Hiring: Development Coordinator
Telecommunications for the Deaf & Hard of Hearing, Inc. (TDI) is seeking to hire a contract-based Development Coordinator to help coordinate development efforts with industry partners.
TDI, in collaboration with its partners, serves as a national leader in policy, advocacy, education, and innovation to foster full accessibility, equity, and inclusion in Information and Communications Technology.
The initial contract will be for 9 months working part-time with possible extension. The contract will be a fixed fee plus performance incentive contract. The contractor will work remotely but may be required to participate in occasional in-person meetings in the District of Columbia, Maryland, Virginia (DMV) area.
● Coordinate the TDI Board of Associates, composed of industry partners who have agreed to assist TDI in establishing the infrastructure needed for long term organizational growth.
● Coordinate TDI fundraising efforts by educating existing and newly identified industry partners on the role of TDI in disability policy advocacy.
● Coordinate fundraising efforts connected to TDI events and publications, including a national conference, in collaboration with the TDI Board of Directors, CEO and two full time Directors (Policy and Operations).
● 3 years experience and proven track record in development coordination
● College degree
● Fluency in or demonstrated willingness to learn ASL (American Sign Language)
● 4+ years experience development coordination or fundraising
● 2+ years event coordination experience
● 2+ years Salesforce (or other CRM) experience
● 2+ years experience working with disability communities
● 2+ years experience in communication/computer technology industry
Please send cover letter, three professional references, and CV including detailed work history to [email protected].
For more information on TDI, see tdiforaccess.org
Position is open until filled, screening will begin January 2023.
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