WOLA: Advocacy for Human Rights in the Americas

Jobs

We’re hiring! Please see opportunities below.


WOLA Individual Philanthropy Manager: 

The Washington Office on Latin America (WOLA) seeks an Individual Philanthropy Manager to join our fast-growing and dynamic fundraising staff. This creative and ambitious team works to increase and expand the philanthropic activities that make WOLA’s human rights advocacy possible.

We are looking for someone passionate about social change who understands the value and strategic function of fundraising in creating that change. The Manager will work with the Director of Philanthropy and Partnerships and the Philanthropy Assistant to engage with a committed community of individual supporters and manage a growing portfolio of $1,000-$10,000-level donors through individual solicitation and events. The Manager will lead planning on events, conference calls, and online engagement for the WOLA Partners’ Council. The ideal candidate is flexible, positive, creative, and entrepreneurial.

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WOLA Grant Writer and Research Officer: 

The Washington Office on Latin America (WOLA) seeks a Grant Writer and Research Officer to join our fast-growing and dynamic fundraising staff. This creative and ambitious team works to increase and expand the philanthropic partnerships that make WOLA’s human rights advocacy possible.

We are looking for someone passionate about social change who understands the value and strategic function of fundraising in creating that change. The Officer will be an extraordinary writer who has several years of professional writing experience and has a passion for human rights and social justice. This individual must be an exceptional and ambitious writer, an analytical thinker, and a highly-motivated team player.

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WOLA values a diverse workplace, and encourages minority candidates to apply. WOLA is an equal opportunity employer, and does not discriminate based upon race, color, creed, national origin, sex, age, disability, marital status, sexual orientation, prior record of arrest or conviction, or caregiver status.