Deadline to apply is january 15th
The Panel is dedicated to achieving social and economic justice by organizing citizen groups across Arkansas, supporting them to be more powerful and linking them with one another in coalitions and networks. We engage communities often overlooked by the political process to create structures and strategies that meet community needs. The Panel supports The Arkansas Citizens First Congress (CFC), a statewide, multi-issue and non- partisan coalition of over 50 community organizations who work together to win progressive changes in state policy.
The Development Director leads the development and communications team to advance the mission of the Panel and CFC through grant and individual donor fundraising and communications about the activities and positions of the Panel and CFC. The Development Director reports to the Panel’s Executive Director.
Deadline for applications will be midnight on November 12, 2018. A short cover letter and resume should be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
About the Arkansas Public Policy Panel:
Our Values: Social and economic justice is our highest value. This value is advanced through respect for human dignity; embracing diversity and inclusiveness; empowerment; and a political process that is inclusive, fair and transparent.
Our Mission: Arkansas Public Policy Panel is a statewide organization organizing citizen groups around the state, educating and supporting them to be more effective and powerful, and linking them with one another in coalitions and networks. The Panel seeks to bring balance to the public policy process in Arkansas.
Our Operating Principals: High performance; Collaboration and teamwork; Recognition and reward; Mutual respect; Confronting oppression through alternative models; Supportive of professional and personal development; Personal responsibility and mutual accountability; Creating a learning organization; Fostering personal and organizational health; and Creativity.