We are hiring for both the Development Team and Program Team

Friends of the Children–Boston is committed to our community, equal employment opportunity, and diversity in our workplace. We celebrate diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees.

Corporate Partnerships Manager

Combine your fundraising skills with Friends of the Children-Boston’s impact, and make a permanent difference in the lives of children.

Corporate Partnerships Manager

A new position with Friends-Boston, the Corporate Partnership Manager will play a critical role in and be responsible for delivering a donor engagement, prospect identification, and moves management plan that will help the Development Department achieve our 5-Year, $20 million growth plan. The Manager will play a key role reporting to the Director of Development and will be responsible for developing and implementing donor-centric strategies to increase annual revenue from a portfolio of donors and prospects through gifts, planned giving, the annual giving campaign, and donor engagement campaigns.

Successful candidates will work to further a comprehensive, integrated strategic partnership program; manage a portfolio of current and prospective investors, donors, and partners; and support a robust strategy to grow the organization’s network, presence, and influence, with an emphasis on engaging a diverse set of key influencers.

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Application Information:

Please submit a resume and cover letter in PDF format to our search consultant, Carolyn O’Brien Consulting, LLC at this link. We are grateful for your interest in Friends-Boston and our proven model for breaking the generational cycle of poverty and trauma.

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Youth Advocate/Professional Mentor (Friend)

Join us for a unique opportunity to make an impact in young peoples’ lives by joining our team as a Youth Advocate/Professional Mentor. This is a great opportunity for candidates who are invested in empowering young people and have a strong sense of social justice.

Our Youth Advocates/Professional Mentors show up in many different spaces and ways: collaborating closely with caregivers, partnering with teachers and school administration, participating in group work to promote pro-social peer relationships, and working to set goals each year with our young people that are anchored in research and what is most important to our young people.

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Application Information:

Friends of the Children–Boston is committed to our community, equal employment opportunity, and diversity in our workplace. We celebrate diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees.

Please submit a resume and cover letter to hiring@friendsboston.org. Please include why you believe you would be a good fit for this position in the body of the email. We are grateful for your interest in Friends-Boston and our proven model for breaking the generational cycle of poverty and trauma.

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