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13 September 2000 Issue

From Alley Cat Allies


Alley Cat Allies (ACA) is looking for an energetic and dynamic person who has a fundraising background, particularly in direct mail membership development, and wants a long-term career in this field. As an assistant to our Development Director, this person will be responsible for the coordination and implementation of ACA's growing direct mail program, including liaison with consultants, designers, printers, and mail houses; tracking inventory of direct mail components; generating expense and revenue reports; management of the database; overseeing acknowledgments, monthly giving, and other member programs; and working closely with colleagues to expand and maximize donor opportunities.

Ideal candidate should have experience in and knowledge of fundraising/development with a keen interest in learning all aspects of the profession. Skills required: strong organizational skills and attention to detail; ability to work both independently and with supervision; excellent communication and interpersonal skills; familiarity with spreadsheet, word processing and donor database programs; experience with Raisers Edge software helpful but not necessary; public interest commitment.

Alley Cat Allies is a non-profit animal protection organization promoting the nonlethal control of feral cats. Formed in 1990, our membership is over 60,000 in the U.S. and abroad. The mission of our programs is to change public policy in cities and states so that nonlethal control of feral cats becomes the accepted method of managing cats in animal control agencies and humane societies.

Alley Cat Allies offers excellent benefits and a pleasant working environment. We are an equal opportunity employer and committed to workplace diversity.

Salary range is based on nonprofit scale commensurate with experience.
Applicants should submit resume and salary requirements to
C. Pajic, Alley Cat Allies,
1801 Belmont Road, NW, Suite 201,
Washington, D.C. 20009.

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