We’re hiring!

Here are our current openings:



The Development Manager (DM) will partner closely with organization leadership to create, maintain,
and operationalize an advancement plan that fuel contributed and earned income sources. This role will
support several core categories of development activities including prospective funder research, donor
management, grant proposal submissions and evaluation reporting, key donor event coordination, and
various administrative assistance with prospective Flourish Placemaking Collective (FPC) clients.

The DM will also assist with the ongoing review of income reporting to assist with assessing progress
against projected budgeted income. And the DM will assist the organization’s Co-Executive Directors with
income estimates for budgets and reforecast projections on at least a quarterly basis. The DM will also
engage in various staff, community, and prospective funder and client meetings as the needs arise.


      • Advancement Planning
        • Utilize multi-year organizational financial performance to identify and propose key fundraising
          strategies to support attainment of annual income goals.
        • Construct and maintain a development pipeline that reflects likely grant opportunities that will be
          pursued given perceived alignment with organization’s work.
        • Develop and activate against a donor engagement plan that recognizes existing donor contributions,
          deepens donor support, and attracts prospective donors.
      • Grant Management
        • Review grant guidelines of targeted opportunities and construct an outline of the proposal response
          that can be reviewed with one or both organization’s Co-Executive Directors for alignment.
        • Maintain ongoing control of time management practices to ensure grant proposals are submitted on
          time, as well as grant evaluation reporting as needed.
        • Ensure the development pipeline tracker is current to reflect accurate information related to each
          identified grant opportunity
      • Meeting & Event Coordination
        • Partner with organization leadership to develop a key meeting and event strategy that supports overall advancement objectives and goals.
        • Construct project plans for key meetings and events that facilitate transparency among all staff regarding the core milestones needed to execute meetings and events, and their respective owners.
        • Assist with the execution of key meetings and events in collaboration with all staff members, as well as volunteers and contractors as needed.
      • Prospective Client Administration
        • Based on direction and guidance from organization leadership, construct a suite of follow-up best practices toward prospective client partners, and assist with implementation.
        • Develop and maintain a prospective client list that contains contact information, engagement touch points and notes that can assist with ongoing and (or) future follow-up.
        • Proactively schedule and maintain meetings with staff, volunteers, and contractors that support the advancement of prospective client partners.

➡️ The complete job description can be found HERE.


Please send a resume to careers@flourishplacemaking.org.
▪ Resumes for this opportunity will be accepted through Friday, September 29th, 2023.
▪ Resumes will be reviewed on a rolling basis and select applicants will be invited for an interview.


Flourish Placemaking Collective (FPC) is committed to advancing equity and diversity in all that we do. FPC does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, marital or familial status, sexual orientation, gender identity, veteran status or any other basis prohibited by local, state, or federal law. We encourage people of all backgrounds to apply, including people of color, women, LGBTQ+ individuals, people with disabilities, veterans, and others who demonstrate the ability to help us achieve our vision of a diverse and inclusive community. Successful candidates will commit to an equitable and inclusive workplace, including but not limited to: racial equity, accessibility for individuals with disabilities, use of gender inclusive language, and cultural sensitivity.