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Development & Communications Coordinator
 | Salaried, Part-Time Employee

Todos Juntos is a bilingual, two-generation family learning center. We work with children and parents simultaneously, building them up together to create meaningful opportunities for both. We collaborate in education with families, partner agencies, and our greater community…because All Together anything is possible! Since our founding in 2009, over 840 Central Texas families have advanced in preparing their children for school, increasing confidence in speaking adult English and ultimately, strengthening immigrant families so they can thrive.

Development & Communications Coordinator

Todos Juntos is seeking a dynamic and motivated team member to join our team! As Todos Juntos moves closer to our tenth year, we are building our organizational infrastructure and stellar staff in anticipation of increasing our program services and reach. Specifically, we seek a professional to lead our Development and Communications efforts. We are looking for a professional who thrives in a fast-paced (and fun!) environment, juggles multiple tasks with ease, learns quickly, writes well, and who excels at helping people solve problems. This person will work closely with Christina Collazo, Executive Director and Founder, and the Todos Juntos team.

Development responsibilities include organizing and planning community outreach activities, collaborating with development volunteers (i.e., board members and additional advocates), and assisting in execution of Todos Juntos’ strategic development plan.
Communication responsibilities include coordinating media relations and management of our website, newsletter and social media.

Primary Responsibilities

  • Identify, cultivate, solicit and steward current and potential philanthropic supporters, in close coordination with Executive Director and board of directors
  • Facilitate initial introductions, including researching funder giving priorities, coordinating site visits and tours.
  • Leverage existing pool of donors to identify individuals who have the greatest inclination to financially contribute to Todos Juntos. Design, execute and evaluate annual giving campaign.
  • Collaborate with team of staff and volunteers to produce an event that includes multiple ways of fundraising (e.g., silent, live and/or online auction, in conjunction with meal and entertainment). Elements generally carried out include guest registration, event promotion, volunteer recruitment and training, and review and execution of contracts and logistics.
  • Manage development functions in Network for Good to track progress towards development goals and run reports. Update and inform Todos Juntos Executive Director and board of fundraising progress and/or milestones.
  • Oversee and manage donor stewardship activities including donor recognition and thank you notes.
    Collaborate in writing and producing email newsletters and content for website (specifically, Network for Good; Hubrunner)
  • Create and post social media content (Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, and website)
    Responsible for maintaining an annual grant calendar and working with Executive Director to determine programmatic financial needs each fiscal year.
  • Draft press releases and work in coordination with Executive Director to manage media relations
    Perform other duties as assigned.

Supervisory Responsibilities

This job has no supervisory responsibilities over FTEs. However, supervision of interns or volunteers may be required.


Salaried part-time position ranging from $30,000-$35,000, commensurate on experience, with opportunity for flexible schedule, remote work, and childcare. Start date of December 1, 2017 or earlier.

Work Environment

Aligning to the values of our mission, Todos Juntos is family-centric and flexible. We take pride in our creativity with professionalism in our work. Team work is a strong mentality held by all members of our Todos Juntos family (staff and board) with a focus to build positive morale.

Minimum Qualifications

  • Four-year degree, with preference in fundraising credentials (i.e. Certificate in Nonprofit Management, CFRE, etc.)
  • At least four years of experience in fundraising, directly working with funders, managing relationships and reporting funding outcomes.
  • Experience in communications and event management.
  • Strong attention to detail and a demonstrated ability to meet deadlines and complete excellent work with minimal supervision.
  • Excellent written skills with direct experience writing successful presentations, proposals and grant applications.
  • Excellent formal and informal oral communication skills with experience in preparing and delivering presentations, public speaking and helping facilitating meetings.
  • High professional standards and interpersonal skills.
  • Bilingual in Spanish and English, is preferred.
  • Passionate about upholding dignity for all people

How to Apply

The position is open until filled. Please email resume, cover letter and three professional references to:


Americorps Member

AmeriCorps members will be placed in child care center classrooms serving low-income children ages 3-5. Members will be placed as classroom assistants and will engage in a variety of tasks throughout their day. The AmeriCorps member will be trained to deliver age-appropriate, engaging early math and literacy games and activities during the day – these will usually be provided in small group settings (3-6 children) either within the classroom or in a different room. Members will also be trained to conduct math and literacy assessments that will be conducted at the beginning and end of the term of service. When members are not engaged in these small group activities or assessments, they will be engaging children with a language rich environment, providing general classroom support and instruction and will participate in the daily routine of the classroom. This support will range from supervising children, helping children with classroom activities, helping them resolve conflict and build positive relationships with other children, reading to children, preparing activities and cleaning them up, eating lunch with children, setting up the room for nap time, etc. Just as all members of the teaching team, the AmeriCorps member may have to help/assist children with changing clothes, blowing their noses, and washing their hands. Generally the member will always be in the position of a classroom assistant, but there can be opportunities to take on some leadership tasks, such as planning and leading large group activities. This will depend on the skills and interest of the AmeriCorps member and the comfort level of the lead teacher. Therefore, the members’ activities will include everything from targeted small group activities and one-on-one assessment to prep and clean-up duties. Bi-lingual in Spanish/English encouraged to apply.

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