Grounded Solutions Network is requiring all staff to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 by January 1, 2022. All candidates must be fully vaccinated or plan to be fully vaccinated by their start date or by January 1, 2022, whichever comes later. ‘Fully vaccinated’ means that two weeks have passed since a second dose of the 2-dose series for the Pfizer or Moderna vaccines, or a single dose of the Johnson & Johnson’s vaccine. Offers of employment will be contingent on compliance with Grounded Solutions Network’s COVID-19 vaccination policy. A current employee or applicant (i) who has a disability or qualifying medical condition contraindicates a COVID-19 vaccination, (ii) whose sincerely held religious belief, observance or practice that conflicts with the vaccination requirement, or (iii) who qualifies for an exemption under applicable state or local law may request an exemption from this vaccination policy.
The Accounting Associate supports a range of finance and operations functions, with a focus on finance and accounting. They primarily report to the Director of Operations, but also to Executive Staff for specific duties and work closely with others in the Operations department to help staff and stakeholders and meet the operational needs of the organization. The Associate plays a key role in supporting financial processes, tools, and systems to enhance the efficiency and effectiveness of the organization. This role will support an organization with a budget of $7.7m and a current FTE of 25, which will increase in 2024.
Vice President of Development
Grounded Solutions Network is searching for a dynamic Vice President of Development who is inspired by the opportunity to join our efforts to advance housing justice at scale, leading to more inclusive communities across the nation. This is an exciting opportunity for someone to shape fundraising strategy to help the organization increase its impact. The VP of Development, reporting to the Chief Executive Officer, will create and implement a comprehensive fundraising program to diversify and grow fundraising success. The ideal candidate will bring their own relationship portfolio of high-potential prospects within their network, possess a strong foundation in non-profit fundraising operations, enjoy combining high-level strategy with hands-on proactive implementation, be willing to "roll up their sleeves" to achieve measurable goals, and be energized by the opportunity to serve as a public-facing representative of the organization.
Location: Washington, D.C. or surrounding areas
The Communications Specialist will implement various communications activities, including content creation for social media and newsletters, website oversight and maintenance, and writing and editing. The Specialist may also support strategic communications planning and media and/or external relations. The Director of Communications supervises this position, and this role will work closely with the Senior Communications Specialist. In addition, the Specialist contributes to internal and external projects and, with support from the Senior Communications Specialist, manages consultants as needed to achieve program objectives and increase operational effectiveness. The ideal candidate possesses excellent writing, organizational, and problem-solving skills. They are a creative, results-driven team player who can manage multiple and sometimes competing deadlines and a track record for supporting work and causes that advance equity.