closing soon>> deadline to apply Friday, August 23rd.

Executive Director

The Executive Director will oversee all the day-do-day organizational functions of the Red Letter Grant. The responsibilities are broad, varied and often of a complex and confidential nature. Duties include, but are not limited to:

  • Manage up to three part-time staff and interns – including managing schedules, workload and payroll.

  • Create an annual budget and compile annual report.

  • Prepare all materials for board meetings and communicate closely with board on decision making – this includes bi-annual budget reports and metrics on program successes.

  • Develop a strategy for fundraising – including building out major fundraising events, applying for relevant grants, developing a digital fundraising strategy and cultivating, stewarding and expanding all donor relationships.

  • Market program offerings to all regions – including special events, workshops, grant application periods, etc.

  • Maintain all financial and legal records – this includes managing all bookkeeping and accounting for the program.

  • Foster relationships with community stakeholders – in current operating regions and expanded areas. This includes developing meaningful relationships in diverse communities, county economic development groups, chambers, etc.

Skills desired:

  • Public speaking

  • Proven track record of self-starting, with an emphasis on creating or

    streamlining systems for maximum efficiency.

  • Ability to anticipate project needs, discern work priorities and meet

    deadlines with little supervision.

  • High attention to detail and drive for making change.

  • Community organizing experience

  • Demonstrated curiosity and willingness to learn new skills.

  • 4-5 years nonprofit experience

Hours: Full-time – 5 days a week Weeknight availability for special events.

To apply, please send your cover letter, resume and three references to info@redlettergrant.org


 Region 1 Program Director

Region 1 program director coordinates all activities related to executing organizational programs in the nine county Western region including: Buffalo, Clark, Chippewa, Dunn, Eau Claire, Pepin, Pierce, St. Croix and Trempealeau. Duties include, but are not limited to:

  • Oversee entire application process – accepts applications and schedules interviews with applicants + judging panel.

  • Plan awards ceremony – including speaking, invitations, etc.

  • Coordinate speakers, registrations and staffs all small business workshops.

  • Organize HER Happy hour networking events and staffs all HER Happy Hour events.

  • Work closely with Executive Director to develop a thoughtful outreach strategy that targets women not being reached by current marketing efforts – works to engage new stakeholders in meaningful and culturally conscious ways.

  • Foster fundraising partnerships within the community – staffing at annual events and serving as a speaker when needed. Helps connect partners with ED to further develop relationships.

  • Host information sessions to meet women where they’re at throughout nine- county region. Specific emphasis to outreach with diverse communities.

  • Develop partnerships within the business community both for hosting events and supporting program functions.

Skills desired:

  • Public speaking

  • Community organizing experience

  • Ability to anticipate project needs, discern work priorities and meet deadlines with little supervision.

  • Demonstrated curiosity and willingness to learn new skills.

  • Excellent interpersonal skills including the ability to build rapport both in person, via email and by phone, with high professionalism.

  • 2-3 years nonprofit experience

Hours: Part-Time – 3 days a week Weeknight availability for special events.

To apply, please send your cover letter, resume and three references to info@redlettergrant.org