Change.org is the world's largest petition platform, empowering people everywhere to create the change they want to see. A certified B corporation, Change.org is the world’s fastest growing online platform for social change, with more than 30 million Change.org users in 196 countries.
Every day people use our tools to transform their communities – locally, nationally and globally. Whether it's a mother fighting bullying in her daughter's school, customers pressing banks to drop unfair fees, or citizens holding corrupt officials to account, thousands of campaigns have won on Change.org – and more are winning every week.
Change.org is looking for an exceptional Partnerships Associate to join a growing team that works directly with our client partners.
YOU HAVE :
a desire to use your talents to change the world for the better
solid experience in either non-profit sales, business development or junior account manager roles
a strong interest in working in client acquisition and development
excellent oral and written communication skills
courage, self-confidence, and a bold and energetic spirit
to support the important work of a great team who are doing outstanding work
an agile, fast-paced work environment with frequent course adjustments
a clear path for professional growth, and opportunities to demonstrate your capabilities
learn fast, work hard and be creative
make a cold call, track down a decision maker and research a lead
work collaboratively with internal and external partners toward specific and defined objectives
thrive in a fast-growing, start-up culture
support a national team of Partnerships Directors throughout the sales cycle, esp. in lead qualification, research, proposal development and contract management
work on smaller accounts from qualification to close, be the day to day point person on larger accounts with long term agreements
Compensation and benefits are competitive.
This position can be located in Washington DC or New York.
Please submit cover letter and resume.
All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, age, physical disability, or length of time spent unemployed.