Development Officer

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Development Officer

27 April 2020

Location: Washington, DC

Terms: Full time, subject to 6 months’ probation period

OCCRP is a rapidly growing, global nonprofit media organization that is reinventing investigative journalism for the public good. By developing and equipping a global network of investigative journalists and publishing their stories, OCCRP exposes crime and corruption so the public can hold power to account.

Founded by leading investigative journalists, OCCRP pioneered collaborative, cross-border investigative reporting; cultivated a global network of reporters dedicated to covering issues of crime and corruption; built the tech tools needed for data-driven, cross-border investigations; and partners with civil society to further the impact of our stories. Winner of the 2020 Skoll Award for Social Entrepreneurship, OCCRP is at an inflection point working to expand our reporting and scale our impact around the world.

We are seeking an experienced Development Officer who will play a critical role in building on our strong current base of support to cultivate new donors and expand our fundraising efforts. This role is for a first-rate communicator, relationship builder, and donor engagement strategist with a passion for strengthening democracy and the power of investigative journalism to advance the global fight against corruption and disinformation. This role involves working with OCCRP staff around the world, building new relationships with U.S. and international donors, and implementing and contributing to the organization’s fundraising strategy and wider sustainability initiatives.

For information about OCCRP please visit www.occrp.org

Reports to: Chief of Global Partnerships and Policy

Principal Tasks

Qualifications:

To apply, please email a cover letter, resume, and writing samples for two distinct audiences to jobs@occrp.org by no later than Friday, May 15. All applications must be submitted in English. We regret that we are not able to reply to unsuccessful candidates.