What we are: The Franklin Center for Government and Public Integrity strives to promote the education of the public about waste, corruption, incompetence, fraud and taxpayer abuse by public officials at all levels of government. With transparency, accountability and fiscal responsibility as its watchwords, the Franklin Center identifies, trains, and supports investigative journalists working to detect and expose corruption and incompetence in government at the state and local levels. For more information on the Franklin Center please visit www.FranklinCenterHQ.org.
What you are: a highly motivated potential team member who desires to learn the nuts and bolts of building relationships with current and potential investors and implementing a financing plan for a multi-million dollar non-profit organization.
What will you be doing?
- Tracking program success and creating materials to demonstrate return on investment for investors
- Writing, editing and proofreading letters of inquiry for foundations funding
- Conduct prospect research and prepare materials for investor visits
- Assist in management of onboarding process for new investors
- Database management and entry of contributions
- Supporting the day to day operations of the investor relations team
What abilities do you need?
- Strong attention to detail and organization
- Excellent communication skills – both written and verbal
- Inquisitive and curious nature – if you don’t know something feel free to ask
- Swift problem solving skills
- Sense of humor is a must – we work hard but we also laugh (a lot)
- Motivation to seek out projects and areas to help the team
- Research ability – must be skilled at digging up both (accurate) information on the internet and success stories within the organization
- Subscribe to the Franklin principles: Commitment, Humility, Collaboration, Innovation, Honesty, Competitiveness and Fun
To apply, please send resume to John Courts at John.Courts@franklincenterhq.org