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Part-Time Positions


Grant Writer to Prevent Human Trafficking

Location:
Remote

Comp:
$50/hour

The Company's Mission:
Nomi Network's mission is to create economic opportunities for survivors and women at risk of human trafficking by equipping them with leadership, entrepreneurship, and production skills to become financially independent. Our vision is a world without slavery where every woman can know her full potential.

Why this role exists:
One of NOMI’s strengths historically has been in securing funding through foundations, the Grant Writer makes this possible. The project goal is to position Nomi Network for growth and maturity through acquiring large scale grants by applying to requests for proposals and providing strategic communications. At the end of the day, the Grant Writer makes it possible for us to have a greater impact by helping reduce human trafficking by addressing its root causes through our proven programs.

Deliverables:
• Crafting new content for large proposals
• Editing, strengthening and updating proposals
• Working closely with Nomi Network’s Executive Director
• Monitoring grant deadlines, ROIs, and communications with grant making entities
• Helping connect the dots for other people/foundations about how NOMI is addressing human trafficking through curriculum and training
• Analyzing funding history and securing recommendations for new leads to produce growth

Timeline:
• At 3 months you’ll be learning the program model, getting familiar with our mission and helping us improve our process
• Keeping company calendar up to date
• At 6 months you’ll have the above locked down and will be working on more complex proposals
• At 12 months you’ll be developing proposals completely on your own and building your own templates

Required skills + competencies:
• Strong research skills, the ability to dig into complex information and understand what is required
• Creative thinking
• Excellent interpersonal skills
• Superb written and oral communication
• Excellent problem solving abilities around researching and reaching out to new contacts and funding opportunities

Comp + Hours:
• 20 hours a week
• $50/hour up to a cap of $2,000 per project submission, subject to extenuating circumstances
• Subject to performance review in Q3


Full-Time Positions


Administrative Assistant to the President

Bennies:
Medical, Flex Spending, Retirement coming soon

The Company's Mission:
Nomi Network's mission is to create economic opportunities for survivors and women at risk of human trafficking by equipping them with leadership, entrepreneurship, and production skills to become financially independent. Our vision is a world without slavery where every woman can know her full potential.

Why this role exists:
The Administrative Assistant is a key role that supports leadership through administration and attention to detail so we can continue to support our beneficiaries and the women we serve.

Supporting President:
• Scheduling appointments and meetings for the President
• Coordinating travel for the President
• Organizing and preparing the President for her meetings
• Assisting in relationship development (gifts for donors, recording family members in SF, etc)
• Editing letters and Nomi outgoing correspondence

Supporting COO:
• Completing regular SalesForce updates
• Keeping company calendar up to date
• Taking staff meeting notes
• Assisting in planning Staff Retreat
• Ordering office supplies
• Helping to recruit for, and coordinate, our Internship Program

Supporting the Board of Directors:
• Documenting all board meeting committee notes
• Keeping office schedule up to date with Board Dates
• Supporting scheduling committee meetings
• Assisting in planning and hosting Board Retreat and in-person meetings

Required skills + competencies:
• Extremely detail-oriented
• Excellent written and verbal English
• Strong scheduling skills in Google Calendars
• Ability to prioritize and manage competing deadlines
• Ability to prioritize and manage multiple tasks and projects in tandem

Required qualities:
• Frugal! We are a non-profit, looking for deals and having an eye for maximizing the budget we have is a must
• Epic problem-solver and troubleshooter
• Trustworthy
• Desire to serve and support others
• Passionate about NOMl's mission
• Ability to anticipate needs and communicate to resolve issues
• Well traveled is a plus*
Other Responsibilities: • Booking multi-leg, domestic and international travel
• Helping with events


Internships


Are you a student in college, a recent graduate, or young professional interested in fighting modern day slavery and eager to learn the behind-the-scenes of a successful nonprofit? Nomi Network internships provide practical and hands-on experience in a variety of areas including but not limited to: administration, research, fundraising, sales, marketing, and event planning.  Our interns work closely with our small but mighty team of staff to achieve both personal and professional goals. Apply for a Nomi Network internship today!*

*Housing and stipend not provided

Internship Positions:
Our internships are generally held during the spring, summer, and fall seasons. Click below to see a description of the four positions available:
Operations PDF
Programs PDF
Program and Grant Research PDF
Creative PDF

How to Apply:
Please send the following to Elisabeth Louie at elisabeth@nominetwork.org:
• Cover letter, indicating term availability and primary area of interest
• Resume
• Two references (one professional and one personal)
• Writing sample (under 15 pages)
• Portfolio (if applying for Creative Internship)

Deadlines:
All required application materials must be submitted by the deadlines listed below. Nomi Network may start filling internship positions as qualified candidates apply.

Fall 2017 Term (September to December): Apply by Friday, July 21, 2017
Spring 2018 Term (January to May): Apply by Friday, November 17, 2017
Summer 2018 Term (June to August):  Apply by Friday, April 20, 2018