The Washington Interfaith Network (WIN), a broad based multi racial multi faith and non- partisan citizens’ power building organization based in Washington DC www.windc.org seeks a talented team member to assist WIN in achieving its operations, administrative and fundraising goals. The person in this position will collaborate with a small team consisting of community organizers, a communications specialist, as well as an Executive Director . Interfaith partners, community serving organizations and community leaders fortify WIN’s team through a vast network of volunteers that span the District. WIN’s work is community organizing and power building to influence policy, resource allocation and priority change to promote justice and equity. WIN trains and develops community leaders and its work is anchored in issues that leaders identify as primarily impacting vulnerable groups or communities in Washington DC. Together we have a track record of making big impacts for justice and equity. The incumbent will report to the Executive Director.
Office/ Financial Management & Human Resources 50%
In coordination with our bookkeeping contractor:
-Maintain member dues database, track and send invoices.
-Provide all needed documentation to ensure our quickbooks are up to date and federal and local IRS and DC OTR reports are filed timely and accurately.
-Lead liaison with the auditing firm to provide and ensure the auditor has necessary documentation needed for audit.
-Manage accounts payable and process invoices.
-Maintain all financial records both electronic and hard copy.
-Manage accounts with DC Health Link, 403b provider and payroll. Onboard employees with benefits and payroll.
-Provide information to the Executive Director, Board of Trustees and Strategy Team as needed.
-Lead efforts – along with Executive Director and the Board- to update our position descriptions, employee manual, performance metrics, and employee review processes.
-Make sure employees track and submit time sheets.
-Monitor google voice phone messages and general organizational email.
-Manage passwords for various online systems
-Order supplies and
-Maintain hard copy and electronic files
-Government local registrations and filings.
-Keep organizational liability insurance policies up to date.
-Proofread correspondence and reports prepared by staff and volunteers.
-Support the Board/ Strategy Team with meeting notices, Zoom links, etc., taking board meeting notes, and provide support with materials for in person or zoom meetings.
-Scheduling of approximately 5 meetings a month coordinating across schedules of 4-20 volunteer leaders, staff, allies, public officials etc.
Support fundraising. 25%
-Support talented volunteers and staff in the annual individual donor campaigns by providing materials,
-Input analyzing data with Every Action database, coordinating thank you letters, track donor communication, ensure prompt responses to deadlines and reports.
-Coordinate foundation grant reports. Tracking deadlines and working with staff on gathering needed documentation, writing, proofreading and submission of reports.
Special Event Logistics 20%
Approximately 8 times a year. Along with a team with diverse skill sets, lead the logistics from conception and promotion to implementation of small events (15 people) and large (1,000+) events, both in-person (abiding by health guidelines), online on Zoom, and hybrid. This will include Invitations, tracking RSVPs, venue, equipment rental, interpretation coordination, printing materials, supplies, props, nametags, signage, refreshments, catering and everything needed for a smooth and rewarding experience. From invitation, to event to break down.
Other Special Projects and Duties 5%
We all roll up our sleeves and occasionally do projects that are adjacent to our roles or even outside of our roles to get the work done.
TALENTS AND QUALIFICATIONS
Qualities we are looking for in addition to the necessary skill and track record to achieve the outcomes.
-Commitment to working on a team that builds power for racial equity, economic justice, and making a meaningful impact in the world.
-Exceptional time and project management skills and an ability to meet clear and reasonable deadlines. Can drive forward long-term projects and maintain the day to day duties and operations. Drive to achieve outcomes, take the initiative and solve problems.
-“Details” and “logistics” person. WIN seeks someone who can: see the details and how the details fit into the bigger picture; see each tree in the forest and the forest for the trees; is committed to excellent and detailed implementation; sees typos and grammar mistakes like they are flashing in neon lights and can’t help themselves but correct them.
-Ability to work independently and on a team. Ability to “manage up” and “sideways.
-Computer literacy in all major platforms and quick to learn on others. (Zoom, google docs, google sheets, google slides, excel word, PowerPoint). Familiarity with EveryAction /VAN is preferred- but we will consider candidates who are quick learners and provide access to learning opportunities.
-Outstanding interpersonal skills. Must enjoy working with people with different work styles. Talented at being the person on a team who guides the logistics and details when the other team members are more of the big picture people (and less organized). A direct communicator with a sense of humor.
WHY WORK WITH THE WASHINGTON INTERFAITH NETWORK?
Washington Interfaith Network (WIN) is a District-wide non-partisan, tax-exempt people’s power organization rooted in local congregations and associations. WIN trains and develops community leaders to act to bring about more economic justice and racial equity, hold elected and corporate officials accountable and make a tangible impact on issues. We organize people and money to act together to win.
Big Impact – WIN has impacted tens of thousands of people through organizing power with people to shape housing, jobs, youth, education, racial equity, and economic justice. WIN is a vehicle for community leaders to act together to get a seat at the table and shape the District and the world.
Great People – Work alongside and in the service of a talented, visionary, inspiring, dedicated, and diverse team of leaders. We take our drive to build power for the people and work hard seriously. We also strive to do so with joy, a sense of humor, and balance. We take the work seriously but try not to take ourselves too seriously.
Opportunity to grow – We strive for a work culture of learning, growth, and development. We strive to make sure that everyone has an opportunity to work on projects that stretch them and are deeply meaningful. Be a part of a team made up of engaging, smart, driven, and diverse colleagues and leaders who are deeply committed to their own growth and the growth of each other. WIN is connected to a regional and national networks of organizations and allies that do similar work. This leads to opportunities to grow, learn and expand your networks.
WIN is an equal opportunity employer/ contractor. Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC) are strongly encouraged to apply.
We are open to applicants for a half-time 20 hour or full-time position. We offer fully paid family health insurance for all full-time positions. After a minimum tenure, we offer a 15% employer contribution to retirement and generous vacation. We offer some flexible hours. Sometimes, you are required to be present for events, meetings, or to perform aspects of the work. But beyond that, we provide flexibility in hours for employees with a track record for quality performance and meeting deadlines. We offer remote work or space in an office.
Starting salary is dependent greatly on experience level and fit, but ranges from $50,000-80,000 full time equivalent. ($25,000-40,000 for part-time).
TO APPLYPlease send along your linkedin profile and / or resume and a few sentences about why we should hire you for the role to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please indicate if you would prefer a full time or half time role. We will review applicants on March 31st, please submit before then.