Employment

Development Manager

Coro Northern California believes we need more people in our society who can work collaboratively and lead across differences. While our current political climate and technology allow us to remain easily isolated in echo chambers that reflect our opinions and perspectives, the challenges we face in our neighborhoods, organizations, and communities cannot be solved in isolation. Coro’s mission is to equip people with the skills, knowledge, and networks to collaborate and accelerate positive change wherever they are. We are uniquely positioned to forge connection and collaboration as a non-partisan non-profit with 70 years of providing leadership development experiences for everyone from high school students to senior executives. 

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES

Coro’s Development Manager will report to the Director of Strategic Partnerships and Development. As part of our Development Team, this role is responsible for maintaining information and stewarding relationships to support our impact, visibility, and financial resources. The role also supports external communications for the organization.

Fundraising responsibilities include:

  • Work with the Development team to manage a portfolio of major donors; strategizing ways for them to get engaged and ensuring connection with Coro representatives; includes tracking cultivation/solicitation/stewardship process and determining next steps
  • Keep Coro Ambassadors like CEO or board members on task with major donor outreach efforts
  • Track development efforts with data such as dollars raised, number of visits, donor retention, and alumni participation
  • Manage gift processing and acknowledgements for contributed revenue
  • Maintain donor records in Salesforce, pull lists for mailings, and prepare donor reports
  • Coordinate event support, including but not limited to: coordinating logistics, researching attendees, and preparing event materials
  • Support CEO in coordinating board calendars, communications, and creation of board packets
  • Represent Coro to the broader community and attend cultivation meetings when needed
  • Assist with other Development Department projects as needed

Marketing responsibilities include:

  • Maintain and regularly update website
  • Manage production and distribution of monthly email newsletter and other donor-directed communications
  • Update Coro’s social media accounts (Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, LinkedIn, and Instagram)
  • Maintain and regularly update inventory of marketing materials

EXPERIENCE

  • 3+ years of work experience with demonstrated success in fundraising and/or relationship management
  • 1+ year of experience with communications and/or marketing
  • Database experience, with Salesforce skills highly desirable

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND COMPETENCIES

  • Excellent communication skills, both written and in-person
  • Detail-oriented and able to synthesize data
  • Flexible and adaptable style
  • Self-awareness and sense of humor
  • Fluent in Google applications
  • Familiarity with Coro’s programs and interest in Coro’s mission

Our team is small and mighty… and growing. Our offices are in San Francisco’s Financial District, close to BART and Muni. We value our team and provide competitive salary and benefits within the Bay Area, including medical, dental, 401k match and a generous PTO and flexible work policy.

Coro is an equal opportunity employer. We strongly encourage and seek applications from women, people of color, including bilingual and bicultural individuals, as well as members of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender communities.

To apply, please submit your resume and a letter of interest to developmentmanager@coronorcal.org. Applications will be reviewed upon receipt.

Program Manager

Coro believes we need more people in our society who can work collaboratively and lead across differences. While our current political climate and technology allow us to remain easily isolated in echo chambers that reflect our opinions and perspectives, the challenges we face in our neighborhoods, organizations, and communities cannot be solved in isolation.

Coro Northern California’s mission is to equip people with the skills, knowledge, and networks to collaborate and accelerate positive change wherever they are. We are uniquely positioned to forge connection and collaboration as a non-partisan non-profit with 70 years of providing leadership development experiences for everyone from high school students to senior executives. We seek a dynamic program manager to join our team.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES

The Program Manager will work directly with the CEO, VP of Training, Program Director(s), and partners to ensure that new Coro programs are delivered and executed elegantly, efficiently and effectively. This role will specifically work on building and delivering several new programs we are launching, including two specific programs supporting women and natural resource leaders. Responsibilities include:

  • Manage all aspects of program planning and operations for two new leadership development program launches focusing on women and natural resource management
  • Ensure meaningful progress by proactively soliciting and expecting appropriate buy-in and alignment from relevant stakeholders
  • Assist with the preparation of program guests, speakers, videos, and other programmatic elements
  • Track and maintain all event activity in our program management software
  • Provide support as needed for the effective delivery of all Coro programs
  • Actively participate in Coro staff meetings, communications, and project management, including contributing to partnership proposals, program reports, conference presentations, and other strategic and administrative projects

EXPERIENCE 

  • Project and/or program management experience
  • Coro experience desired but not required
  • Experience balancing multiple projects or initiatives successfully
  • A bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience is required
  • Demonstrated ability to learn and use cloud-based computing (e.g., Salesforce, Expensify, Dropbox)  

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND COMPETENCIES

  • You are a superb project manager and love keeping things organized
  • You are outstanding at navigating relationships and have a strong ability to engage with a diverse array of stakeholders, from board members to high school students
  • You are a clear, pro-active communicator, with an ability to communicate clearly with a variety of internal and external stakeholders in a way that reflects the Coro mission
  • You are driven to continually self-improve, whether it is in your own learning, tweaking how you get things done, or making suggestions for how our organization can better meet our mission
  • You enjoy data and love massaging databases and evaluations so Coro can tell compelling stories about our impact
  • You have a strong passion for and awareness of contemporary Bay Area issues and communities
  • You believe that the world needs more people who can work and lead across differences and want to spend your days helping to create that world

Our team is small, mighty, and growing. Our offices are in San Francisco’s Financial District, close to BART and Muni. We value our team and provide competitive salary and benefits within the Bay Area, including medical, dental, 401k match and a generous PTO and flexible work policy.

Coro is an equal opportunity employer. We strongly encourage and seek applications from women, people of color, including bilingual and bicultural individuals, as well as members of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender communities.

To apply, please submit your resume and a letter of interest to programmanager@coronorcal.org. Applications will be reviewed upon receipt.


Senior Director of Training 

Coro Northern California believes we need more people in our society who can work collaboratively and lead across differences. While our current political climate and technology allow us to remain easily isolated in echo chambers that reflect our opinions and perspectives, the challenges we face in our neighborhoods, organizations, and communities cannot be solved in isolation. Coro’s mission is to equip people with the skills, knowledge, and networks to collaborate and accelerate positive change wherever they are. We are uniquely positioned to forge connection and collaboration as a non-partisan non-profit with 70 years of providing leadership development experiences for everyone from high school students to senior executives. We seek an experienced trainer and facilitator to join our team.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES

The Senior Director of Training will work in partnership with the Vice President of Programs and Leadership Training and the programs team to deliver innovative leadership and professional development programs. The ideal candidate will be able to embrace our non-partisan approach to prepare individuals, diverse in thought and background, to be leaders. They will facilitate hands-on learning in public, private, and nonprofit settings, and deliver and refine Coro’s unique leadership curriculum. Responsibilities include:

  • Facilitate and train Coro programs to a broad swath of clients, with a focus on developing women leaders in mid-career and senior positions
  • Design, modify, and deliver programs and curriculum that offer challenge and support to participants using adult learning methodology
  • Evaluate and generate post-program reports for programs this position administers, and use data to inform and improve programs and curriculum
  • Contribute as a thought leader on leadership development and civic engagement programs, staying current on literature, practices, and networks in relevant fields including training, professional development, and leadership development
  • Support business development such as fundraising/grant writing, strategic partnerships, alumni engagement, marketing & outreach, etc.
  • Develop and manage program budgets in collaboration with the VP of Programs and Leadership Training

ADDITIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Coordinating and collaborating with Coro program/training staff from other Coro centers to enhance the Coro brand nationally
  • Actively participate in Coro staff meetings, communications, and project management, including contributing to partnership proposals, program reports, conference presentations, and other strategic and administrative projects

EXPERIENCE

  • 10+ years of experience in leadership development, learning and development, and/or training and facilitation
  • Deep facilitation experience, focused on group learning experiences for adults
  • Training experience focused on women’s professional development
  • Coro experience desired but not required

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND COMPETENCIES

  • Knowledge of adult learning and leadership development theory
  • Strong communication skills, written and verbal
  • Ability to manage and complete both detail-oriented and high-level tasks concurrently
  • Bilingual language ability preferred
  • Willingness to work flexible hours and travel as needed
  • Awareness of and involvement in contemporary Bay Area issues and communities
  • Strong passion for Coro’s mission and for leadership development

Our team is small and mighty…and growing. Our offices are in San Francisco’s Financial District, close to BART and Muni. We value our team and provide competitive salary and benefits within the Bay Area, including medical, dental, 401k match and a generous PTO and flexible work policy.

Coro is an equal opportunity employer. We strongly encourage and seek applications from women, people of color, including bilingual and bicultural individuals, as well as members of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender communities.

To apply, please submit your resume and a letter of interest to directoroftraining@coronorcal.org. Applications will be reviewed upon receipt.


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