Re:Vision is a rapidly growing organization, and we are actively searching for talented people to join our awesome team.
Director of Development and Partnerships
Re:Vision is hiring a full-time Director of Development and Partnerships. Reporting to the Executive Director, the Director of Development and Partnerships will help grow Re:Vision’s organizational budget of $1.5M+ through grant writing and management, individual donor cultivation, corporate philanthropy and fundraising event coordination. The Director of Development and Partnerships will work alongside the Executive Director and Capital Campaign Committee to complete a $7M+ capital campaign for the Westwood Food Cooperative development project, to be completed by mid-2018.
NOTE: APPLICATIONS MUST BE RECEIVED ONLINE BY 12:59PM MST ON 2/17/17. LATE AND/OR INCOMPLETE APPLICATIONS WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED.
board of directors
Re:Vision is seeking qualified candidates to serve on the Board of Directors, with a strong emphasis on community members of Westwood and southwest Denver. Experience in nonprofit accounting, financial management, real estate development, fundraising, and marketing are highly preferred.
Re:Vision has five open seats on the Board of Directors. Board Members serve 2-year terms and are eligible to serve up to 3 consecutive terms.
Interested candidates are encouraged to attend an open Board meeting on Wednesday, February 15th 6:30 - 8:30pm at Re:Vision's office located at 4200 Morrison Road, Unit 7, 80219. Please contact Board President Barry Teeters for more information.
COMMUNITY WEALTH BUILDING NETWORK FELLOW
Re:Vision is the fiscal sponsor and employer for the Community Wealth Building Network of Metro Denver.
The Community Wealth Building Network of Metro Denver (CWBN) is composed of individuals and organizations collaborating to change the economic paradigm in the metro area, by focusing on building wealth in economically marginalized communities. Community wealth building is a national economic model based on place, inclusion, broad-based ownership, and institutional commitment to buying local. Metro Denver’s efforts are on the cutting edge of this national movement.
The Network is seeking a full-time, dynamic, self-directed leader and team player to join our efforts in advancing the community wealth building movement in Metro Denver. The Fellow will lead coordination on key deliverables (see Primary Responsibilities) and be in a unique position to help develop and guide a comprehensive long-term plan for this movement.
The Fellow will work closely with members of the Network, especially the Network’s executive committee and design team, targeted project stakeholders, policymakers, government staff, community representatives, local and national funders, and others involved in community wealth building across and outside the metro area.