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JOB OPENINGS

Calling All Crows connects and mobilizes music fans to join feminist movements for justice and equality. Founded by a musician and tour manager in 2008, Calling All Crows is working toward a world where all people’s full humanity is realized, and local and global communities are equitable, just, and thriving. Learn more about the organization and its impact, as well as its current major campaigns, Unlocked Voices and Here for the Music.

Open Position: Executive Director

Title: Executive Director

Salary: $75,000 - $90,000

Benefits: Discretionary PTO + 21 company holidays + health insurance + $50/month phone stipend

Start Date: January 2022

Location: Remote (Boston, NYC, Nashville or LA preferred)

About the Role

As an Executive Director at Calling All Crows, you will have the responsibility of leading multiple initiatives that help support our overall mission. You will lead the Board of Directors, manage campaign and program managers, and develop and implement fundraising and partnership strategies.

 

You will be joining a tight knit team of mission-oriented individuals inspired to better their communities through forward-thinking organizing to encourage music fans to become activists and join feminist social movements. We’re committed to supporting an inclusive work environment that fosters psychological safety and belonging. 

 

What You’ll Do

Strategy (35%)

  • Drive programming, fundraising, communications and relationship building toward strategic growth and vision

  • Board Management, including monthly updates + quarterly meetings

  • Branding and PR (impact driven, not brand driven)

  • Recruitment and management of music industry partnerships

  • Recruitment and onboarding of social impact partners

 

Development (25%)

  • Develop and drive fundraising strategy, including setting targets for staff and board

  • Develop and expand donor relationships, including grassroots, major donors, foundations, and corporate sponsors

  • Create fundraising messaging and materials with Development & Operations Manager

 

Campaign and Program Design and Management (20%)

  • Lead campaign design every 2-3 years 

    • Drive issue selection process with Board of Directors

    • Identify and manage consultant for campaign design process

    • Develop and manage impact partner relationships with Program Manager

    • Develop and manage campaign budget

  • Manage the Program Manager, Digital Engagement Manager, and Here for the Music Director

 

Operations (15%)

  • Manage the Development & Operations Manager

  • Develop and manage the organization budget

  • Ensure compliance with all local and federal regulations

Professional Development and other tasks as needed (5%)

Who You Are

Experience and Skills:

  • People management and recruitment 

  • Fundraising: grassroots, major donors, foundations, and/or corporate sponsors 

  • Strategic partnership development

  • Board management and recruitment (preferred but not required)

  • Project management 

 

Knowledge:

  • Feminist social movements, leaders, and theory

  • Nonprofit regulations and compliance

  • Music industry structure and culture

  • Software: Salesforce, Google Suites, Asana, Gusto, and Quickbooks

 

Network:

  • Feminist movement leaders, advocates, and activists

  • Music industry professionals

  • Foundations, sponsors, and donors

 

To Apply

Send cover letter and resume to jobs@callingallcrows.org by November 1, 2021. The interview process will consist of 3 rounds of interviews and a written exercise. First round phone interviews will run from October 25th - November 5th, and our goal is to complete the interview process by November 23rd.

Contact: jobs@callingallcrows.org

Calling All Crows provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment and prohibits discrimination and harassment of any type without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, national origin, disability status, genetics, protected veteran status, sexual orientation, criminal history, gender identity or expression, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local laws. 

This policy applies to all terms and conditions of employment, including recruiting, hiring, placement, promotion, termination, layoff, recall, transfer, leaves of absence, compensation, and training.

We believe that marginalized communities must be centered in the work we do and strongly encourage people of color, people from working class backgrounds, women and LGBTQ+ folks to apply.