This position description is intended to describe the general nature and level of work being
performed by people in this category. It is not intended to be an exhaustive list of all
responsibilities, duties and skills required of people in these positions.
Working in partnership with the Director for Advancement, the Annual Fund & Events
Specialist will coordinate, oversee and manage individual fundraising efforts for the annual
fund, and special fundraising and community outreach events for Holden Village. They will
develop a fund base and volunteer base that will allow Holden to accomplish its program and
ongoing project goals. The successful candidate will be self motivated, entrepreneurial,
detail-oriented and a successful relationship builder.
This is a Puget Sound-based position, primarily working from home with occasional travel
within the Pacific Northwest and Midwest and regular trips into a remote wilderness village.
Estimated 15-20% of time over the course of a year will be spent traveling or on-site at
Holden Village, with higher volume expected in the summer months and other high-peak
guest times in the Village.
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As a remote, Part-time “downlake” employee, you are eligible for the following compensation and benefits: