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We are currently recruiting for the following positions:

The National Committee offers a generous benefits package. NCUSCR is an equal-opportunity employer and welcomes applications from people of all backgrounds.


Program Officer

 

Pending grant approval, the National Committee is looking for a program officer to work on the Professional Fellows Program, an NGO capacity building program funded by the U.S. Department of State Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs.

The successful candidate will be a strong spokesperson for the organization when interacting with a variety of interlocutors, committed to and knowledgeable about the National Committee’s mission, and have broad knowledge of China. Professional proficiency in Mandarin and good writing skills are required. Grant-writing and program evaluation skills or the willingness and ability to acquire these skills, are a strong asset.

 

Key Functions     

  • Provide administrative, logistical, and programmatic support to the Professional Fellows Program
  • Assist with onsite coordination at larger programs, events and meetings as needed
  • Report to Deputy Vice President, Programs

Professional Fellows Program (PFP)

  • Manage PFP inbound applications
    • Update and post application form on website for each recruitment period
    • Download and save all applications
    • Conduct initial review of applications
  • Schedule and assist with candidate interviews
  • Research potential placement organizations
  • Assist in securing professional placements for inbound fellows
  • Assist in securing host families for inbound fellows
  • Prepare necessary information for visa applications for inbound and outbound fellows
  • Coordinate travel, hotel, and logistics for all inbound PFP fellows, including travel to the pre-departure orientation in Asia, to/from D.C., and to/from their placements
  • Assist in preparing materials for orientation and wrap-up programs
  • Enroll inbound and outbound participants in State Department health insurance program
  • Assist with preparation of survey instruments (baseline, feedback, post-program)
  • Maintain PFP briefing books for outbound fellows
  • Schedule outbound fellow interviews
  • Coordinate travel, hotel, and logistics for all outbound PFP fellows
  • Manage fellow expense reimbursements
  • Assist with preparation of information as requested by the State Department
  • Assist with preparation of quarterly and final narrative reports to State Department

Qualifications

  • Highly organized, detail oriented, and strong time-management skills
  • Strong interpersonal skills, including ability to work well in a team and communicate effectively
  • Flexibility and willingness to work in a fast-paced environment
  • Minimum of three years of project/program management
  • Broad-based knowledge of China
  • Good writing/editing skills
  • B.A. required; M.A. preferred
  • U.S. citizenship or work authorization required
  • One or two years of living/working in China preferred
  • Professionally proficient in Mandarin preferred
  • Some overtime required

 

The National Committee offers a generous benefits package. Please send cover letter and resume to applications@ncuscr.org. A writing sample and references will be requested from those selected for interviews.


Development Manager

 

Key Functions     

  • Work closely with the Senior Director of Development on prospect strategy and project proposals, and maintain cultivation lists for programs, events, and VIP opportunities
  • Build donor relationships, cultivate and solicit corporate sponsors and major donors, establish and meet fundraising goals, and steward gifts
  • Manage logistics for special or major events (securing venue, venue relations, vendor management, sponsor relations, create and execute staffing plan, etc.)

Responsibilities

  • Manage special or major events, including but not limited to the annual gala dinners, senior leader events, corporate programs, and annual member events with primary responsibility for event ideation, logistics, vendor relations, budget management, onsite event management, sponsor relations, and event wrap-up and reporting
  • Create and write compelling fundraising communications for a variety of funders at all stages of the funding process
  • Manage new corporate member intake, maintain corporate member lists and materials, craft and implement an effective donor communications plan
  • Manage organization’s fundraising constituent relationships including:
    • Oversee tracking systems for donors and prospects
    • Maintain accurate and detailed donor records
    • Create and distribute CRM reports of gifts, activities, contact lists, etc.
    • Produce donor acknowledgments
    • Work with accounting department to assure accuracy of financial records

Qualifications

  • Minimum five years development experience including major gifts fundraising, event management, and campaigns with a proven record of success
  • Highly organized with ability to manage multiple tasks, details, and deadlines
  • Advanced relationship-management and computer skills including Salesforce and Microsoft Office
  • Superior oral and written communication skills to prepare compelling fundraising materials; excellent interpersonal skills and intellectual depth to work with high-net-worth individual, corporate, and foundation prospects
  • Bachelor's Degree, relevant coursework and/or professional training
  • U.S. work authorization required

 

The National Committee offers a generous benefits package. Please send cover letter and resume to applications@ncuscr.org. A writing sample and references will be requested from those selected for interviews.


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