We are Hiring a (Deputy) Director of Fundraising. Join Our Team.

The (Deputy) Director of Fundraising has a broad responsibility for the development and execution of The Carpentries fund development plan.

The Carpentries is hiring!

The Carpentries is seeking a full-time (Deputy) Director of Fundraising to join our global, mission-driven organisation. As the (Deputy) Director of Fundraising, you will set and meet annual revenue and fundraising goals; identify, cultivate, build and solidify relationships with new and established donors; and coordinate fundraising campaigns. See below for a detailed description of the role including responsibilities, salary, and how to apply.

This is a remote position that will be fully funded by The Carpentries for a minimum of one year, with future funding made possible through success in this role.

This new Core Team member will join a diverse and engaged team of remote professionals working to spread data-driven research skills around the world. Our team values openness, honesty, fairness, and transparency as the keys to fostering trust. We believe that the individuals who make up our community are the most important part of our organisation and our strongest resource. We strive to make decisions that prioritize people first and empower the growth and success of all who are part of our organisation. We value a growth mindset in all that we do and strive to be always improving and evolving ourselves and our methodologies, being receptive to feedback, responsive, curious, and willing to learn.

The Carpentries is a fiscally sponsored project of the 501(c)3 Community Initiatives. We have a large community of instructors and contributors, and a much larger community of users. We use evidence-based teaching practices to teach the core skills for effective computational and data work, and we promote reproducible research and open science/open source widely. All interactions in The Carpentries community and spaces, both virtual and in-person, are governed by our Code of Conduct.

In the U.S., Community Initiatives offers a comprehensive benefits package including:

  • Fully paid medical, dental and vision
  • 401k with employer match
  • Basic life insurance, AD&D, STD & LTD
  • 4 weeks of vacation
  • 12 paid holidays
  • 4 floating holidays

Outside the U.S., Community Initiatives will make every effort to support the hiring or contracting of international team members, following all local laws related to employment and benefits, ensuring a competitive compensation package.

For details, including full job description and the application procedures, please see The Carpentries jobs page.

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