Act is searching for a proven, relationally-minded leader that would be the keeper of Act’s Advancement vision—to invite partners into a compelling experience and story. The Vice President of Advancement will be responsible for Act’s development and communication efforts and ensure alignment with Act’s overall vision and core beliefs. Ultimately, the Vice President of Advancement will equip the Advancement Team to execute sophisticated and innovative strategies and lead Act towards financial sustainability and a growing, dynamic brand presence.
The Vice President of Advancement must be able to successfully “lead leaders.” This requires an individual with a tried and tested philosophy on leadership, as well as an innate ability to identify and develop the unique gifts, skills, and passions of others and to coach them towards growth and success.
The Vice President of Advancement should also possess strategic abilities and experience, including the ability to design strategic vision and the ability to leverage data and other resources to identify opportunities, challenges and vulnerabilities that implicate departmental goals.
The Vice President of Advancement will grow into an important external face of Act and must be a compelling communicator and have demonstrated high-touch relationship building experience.
The Vice President of Advancement is ultimately responsible for ensuring that Act’s work is shared in a compelling way that honors the dignity and story of all involved and invites partners into a deeper understanding of justice, equity and their collaborative role in the transformation of a community. This requires that the Vice President of Advancement has a strong theological framework, a heart towards racial justice and a humble desire to engage financial partners in a way that is restorative and equitable.
The ideal candidate will possess a growing relationship with Jesus Christ, a passion for social justice and racial equity, a teachable spirit, and a desire to collaborate with a diverse team and partners.
Education and Experience: Bachelor’s degree and substantial management and leadership experience. Extensive experience cultivating relationships in either a nonprofit fundraising setting or in for-profit business development. Direct marketing, communications, and digital fundraising experience a plus.
Compensation & Benefits: We realize exceptional people do not choose jobs based solely on benefits; however, we do our best to make sure our team members are set up for success, so they can do their best work. Employees receive a competitive salary that is commensurate with their experience and level of education. Act offers comprehensive health benefits, life insurance and short and long-term disability coverage, a 401K with an employer match, and unlimited vacation (with a 10-day minimum) in addition to paid holidays, which includes two weeks off at Christmas. We seek to cultivate a culture of freedom and responsibility that yields high results. We value our employees and want to ensure the sustainability and longevity of their time with Act.
Work Requirements: Must reside in DFW and have the capability to work both in-person and virtually.
How to Apply: Please complete the online application found on our website at actforjustice.org/join-our-team/. The application requires a Statement of Faith. A Statement of Faith should describe your Christian faith and how it is relevant to your involvement with Act and should include, at a minimum, a description of your spiritual disciplines (prayer, study, etc.) and your current place of worship. If you have questions, please send an email to email@example.com.
About Act: Act is a rapidly growing non-profit that exists to make neighborhood safety a normal reality for everyone. To do this, we equip underserved residents to fight crime on their street using the justice system. Act currently serves multiple neighborhoods in Dallas, Texas, and is positioned for state and national expansion. The organization operates as a 501c3 with 25+ full-time employees and a $3.1 million annual budget. We value building a team who is committed to racial equity.
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