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Development Coordinator

Organizational Overview

Rebuilding Together Peninsula (RTP) is a safe and healthy housing organization that believes community starts at home. We provide critical repairs, accessibility modifications and energy efficient upgrades at no cost to service recipients. Our impact extends beyond the individuals served to revitalize and stabilize vulnerable neighborhoods and communities across the Peninsula.

Since we were founded over 27 years ago as a project of Junior League of Palo Alto • Mid Peninsula, RTP has continued to grow and expand our services beyond our annual National Rebuilding Day program to include our Team Build and Safe at Home minor home repair programs, serving low-income homeowners and community facilities in San Mateo and northern Santa Clara counties.

Our efforts are strengthened by partnerships and collaborations with government agencies, private businesses, skilled craftspeople, civic organizations, churches and community volunteers.  Every year, RTP brings thousands of volunteers and corporate sponsors together to preserve affordable housing and rebuild communities.  RTP facilitates neighbors helping neighbors, enhancing dignity and pride for all who participate.

Nationally, Rebuilding Together includes a network of 166 affiliates across 41 states and the District of Columbia. Our Peninsula affiliate is one of the largest and most successful with an operating budget of nearly $2 Million, though with the value of in-kind resources and volunteer time, the operations of RTP exceed $3 Million. In addition, we have worked hard to build and maintain a healthy balance sheet and we own our office and warehouse space in Redwood City. Funding for the organization comes from a variety of sources including approximately 20% from government sources, 20% from our biennual fundraiser - Dreams Happen, 30% from corporate sponsorships, 11% from foundations, and 19% from individuals.

Locally, the Development Coordinator is responsible for supporting all communications and development functions of the organization. The Development Coordinator reports directly to the Development Director, but collaborates cross-functionally with a staff of ten full-time nonprofit professionals.

The Ideal Candidate
Rebuilding Together Peninsula (RTP) is seeking an enthusiastic and collaborative professional who is passionate about supporting vulnerable low-income homeowners. This position requires someone with exceptional communication skills, a can-do attitude, and a willingness to be flexible. This person should have an interest in the nonprofit sector as showcased by relevant work or volunteer experience. Candidates should feel comfortable working in a volunteer driven organization that values integrity, community partnerships, and a diverse cultural and economic base of support. 

Essential Requirements

The ideal candidate will possess many of the following skills and experience:

In addition, candidates will need to:

How To Apply

Deadline for applications: Accepted until a qualified candidate is hired. Initial phone interviews will begin the week of February 27th.  

Estimated Start date: ASAP 

Compensation: Anticipated starting salary is $40-45,000. RTP is prepared to offer a competitive compensation package that includes health, dental and vision insurance to all regular full-time employees. Dependent coverage may be elected at the employee’s own expense. RTP offers retirement plan benefits to eligible employees. In addition to standard sick leave and vacation accrual, RTP recognizes a generous 13 paid holidays as well as an office shutdown for all business days between Christmas and New Year’s Day. 

Confidential Application Process: Email your cover letter (Word or PDF document) summarizing your interest, fit with qualifications, compensation requirements and experience along with a current resume to: Please note “Development Coordinator Application” in the subject field. Resumes must have a cover letter in order to be considered

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Development Coordinator Job Responsibilities

Development Administration (50%)

Grant/Contract Management (20%)

Marketing/Communications (15%)

Special Events (10%)

Other projects as assigned (5%)