Position: Development OfficerStatus: Part-Time (24 hours a week) with long-term potential for growth.Location: Washington DCCompensation: Competitive, based on experience SummaryThe Center for Mind-Body Medicine, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization located in Washington, DC, has been a pioneer in the movement to make self-care, self-awareness and mutual support fundamental to healthy living and to the healing of population-wide stress and trauma in the US and in devastated areas around the world. Individuals, institutions, communities and countries have been transformed by using the Center's model. Currently, our work is expanding exponentially. Please visit cmbm.org for additional information. The Center for Mind-Body Medicine is seeking a Development Officer to help support our global trauma relief programs by writing high-quality grant proposals and reports, as well as researching and reaching out to potential new donors. Our ideal candidate is someone who is both passionate about CMBM's mission and experienced working with diverse non-profit teams to gather, organize and compellingly convey the impact and potential of their work. This person is detail-oriented and revels in building lean, efficient internal development systems. Working out of our office in Washington, DC, the Development Officer will work with CMBM's Development Direct and support our national and international staff, faculty and community partners. Travel may be required. * Each month develop and write a number of high-quality grant proposals and reports, including budgets and expense reports, in partnership with CMBM Program Managers and Accountant. * Partner with CMBM Development Director, Program Managers and Finance Team to support efficient grants management and compelling storytelling through:○ Development of comprehensive reporting templates for all of CMBM's grant-supported projects, including all monitoring and evaluation requirements as well as guidance on the collection of material for storytelling (eg testimonials, photos, video)○ Maintenance of CMBM's Development Submissions calendar and regular coordination with Program Managers to ensure timely collection of information for grant application and proposal submission * Partner with the Development Director to support enhancement of donor cultivation systems including donor acknowledgements and planned overhaul of Salesforce CRM database. * Support prospective donor research through discrete institutional and individual prospecting projects. * Copy-writing support for CMBM communications materials, including collateral material and website and social media copy Qualifications* Demonstrated track record writing successful grant applications, preferably for an organization providing social services. * At least two years of high-level experience in grants development, including managing the program design and budgeting processes.* Exceptional writing, editing and communication skills* Demonstrate ability to coordinate and lead projects with diverse, cross-cultural teams, preferably in an international context* Significant experience using CRM databases (Salesforce a plus) and project management systems. Preference for individuals who have helped develop these organizational systems.* Self-motivated, self-managing, problem solver with the capacity to successfully work on multiple projects simultaneously. Ability to work independently while understanding the necessity for communicating and coordinating work efforts with other employees.* A warm, friendly and professional attitude.* Highly organized with superb attention to detail.* Ability to effectively balance time and prioritize tasks.* Ability to maintain confidentiality with sensitive information.* Full fluency in Office products and Google Apps. Experience with Adobe a plus.* Bachelor's degree required.* Bilingual (Spanish/English or Arabic/English) a plus. Both verbal and written fluency.* Experience working in psychological trauma, healthcare and/or education is appreciated. Compensation* Competitive depending on experience and commensurate with the organization's salary structure. BenefitsThe benefits package includes:* Optional 401K plan (you are eligible to participate in after your first month. Note that CMBM does not contribute to 401K plans) The Center for Mind-Body Medicine is an equal opportunity employer. For more information visit www.cmbm.org. Application Process* Please email your cover letter, resume and 2 writing samples (grant applications or reports) by August 20 COB with the subject "CMBM Development Officer Job" to email@example.com. Earlier applications will be given preference. You can address your cover letter to Elizabeth Lazarre Kaplan* Only selected candidates will be contacted; no calls or drop-ins, please.