Update: This position has been filled.
Project Apis m. is seeking a Development Manager to join our team! Below are the details of the position, and you can download a copy of the position announcement HERE. Help us get the word out!
Honey bees help ensure the supply of diverse and affordable food such as fruits, vegetables, and nuts, through essential pollination services. Project Apis m. (PAm) is the go-to organization at the interface of research, honey bees, and agriculture. Since 2006, we have funded over $10 million of honey bee research and $2.9 million in forage programs, resulting in science-driven resources for bees and beekeepers. We fund projects and direct strategic efforts focused on practical questions. PAm offers graduate scholarships to develop the next generation of bee scientists and puts forage on the landscape where bees need it most through our Seeds for Bees program. We are a 501(c)5 nonprofit organization operating remotely. We are proud to be collaborative, practical, accountable, efficient, and flexible. www.ProjectApism.org
Project Apis m. is committed to creating a purposeful and intentional virtual workspace for all employees, and constituents. We are committed to the following values and statements: Inclusivity: we welcome all by being nondiscriminatory, nonpartisan, and physically and digitally accessible. Learning: we keep an active open mind and demonstrate a willingness to explore new experiences and concepts. We seek first to understand and then to be understood. Community: We build a community that values people over things and supports our employees, board members, contractors, donors, and constituents. Integrity: we are accountable and strive to be truthful and transparent as we respectfully serve our community. Humility: we recognize and celebrate the wealth of knowledge in our community and seek solutions that work for everyone, while understanding our limited capacity and the importance of reflection.
The development manager supports PAm’s mission by working with our small, remote team of 5 to secure the financial resources necessary for PAm to achieve our mission through individual and corporate giving. The development manager will report to and work closely with the executive director to build systems that engage PAm’s donors and effectively communicate our mission and the value of our programs.
The successful applicant will exhibit enthusiasm toward and dedication to serving the beekeeping industry and crop production. In addition, the development manager will be familiar with the nonprofit sector and best practices in in fundraising.
This is a full-time, exempt position. PAm operates remotely, some travel is necessary.
Annual Salary range $45,000-$55,000.
To apply please email cover letter, resume and three references in one pdf to our operations director at firstname.lastname@example.org No calls please. The position is open until filled.
Organization Websites: projectapism.org and beehealthcollective.org