Operations, Facilities, and IT Director

The Operations, Facilities, and IT Director is responsible for the overall quality and effectiveness of the operations components of the organization across multiple functions, including facilities, vendors, and technology systems. This position provides leadership and supervision to our Operations and Facilities Coordinator. The position works closely with the JA Programs Team to create exceptional experiences with schools, volunteers, and sponsors within our facilities. The role will also work closely with all department leaders to ensure smooth and efficient use of facilities and technology. Our Facilities Operations Manager is critical to the fluid operation of JA. This hybrid position reports to the CFO and is based out of our Auburn Education Center.


Corporate Partnerships Development Manager

The Corporate Partnerships Development Manager is responsible for planning, organizing, and executing fundraising initiatives to secure revenue that meets the business objectives for Junior Achievement of Washington. The Corporate Partnerships Development Manager works under the direction of the Chief Advancement Officer in all development and fundraising endeavors, including the major gifts program, alumni giving, annual fund, special events, and capital campaigns. This role is responsible for prospecting, establishing, and nurturing corporate partnerships at the State level. This role works closely with the development and programs team to match partners with JAWA’s programming and fundraising opportunities. Additionally, this role is responsible for recruiting volunteers from corporate partners and recognizing their service. This position, based in Auburn, WA, will be onsite and remote.


Development and Special Events Manager, Southeastern Washington

The Development and Special Events Manager works to develop and steward existing and new corporate and individual partners. In collaboration with the Regional Director, this position will identify new opportunities to grow engagement across all fundraising channels to increase revenue through corporate partnerships, individual giving, and special events. In addition, this position is the point person, ensuring assigned fundraising special events meet or exceed budget goals by securing participates, donors, sponsorships, and in-kind donations. The Development and Special Events Manager will oversee the successful operation of the special event, registration process, recruitment of volunteers, data entry into organizational BCRM database, peer-to-peer fundraising systems, marketing, advertising, and promotional efforts. This remote position reports to the Regional Director of Southeastern Washington. Development and Special Events Manager must reside within the Tri-Cities Region.


Regional Director of Central Washington

The Regional Director is responsible for the overall quality and effectiveness of JA in the Central Washington (CW) region. This position provides leadership to the Junior Achievement of WA’s development function to secure revenue and strengthen our work throughout the region. The position will work closely with the JA Program Manager to create local partnerships with schools, youth-serving, and service organizations with a mission to volunteer in the community. The role will also work closely with the CFO and Chief Advancement Officer to ensure that the region’s strategy supports the overall objectives of JA of Washington. This remote position reports to the Senior Regional Director. The Regional Director must reside within the Central Washington region.


Regional Director of Eastern Washington/Northern Idaho

The Regional Director is responsible for the overall quality and effectiveness of JA in the EWNI (Eastern Washington/Northern Idaho) region. This position provides leadership to the Junior Achievement of WA’s development function to secure revenue and strengthen our work throughout the region. The position will work closely with the JA Program Manager to create local partnerships with schools, youth-serving, and service organizations with a mission to volunteer in the community. The role will also work closely with the CFO and Chief Advancement Officer to ensure that the region’s strategy supports the overall objectives of JA of Washington. This remote position reports to the Senior Regional Director. The Regional Director must reside within the Eastern Washington region.


Regional Director of South Puget Sound

The Regional Director is responsible for the overall quality and effectiveness of JA in the South Puget Sound (SPS) region. This position provides leadership to the Junior Achievement of WA’s development function to secure revenue and strengthen our work throughout the region. The position will work closely with the JA Program Manager to create local partnerships with schools, youth-serving, and service organizations with a mission to volunteer in the community. The role will also work closely with the CFO and Chief Advancement Officer to ensure that the region’s strategy supports the overall objectives of JA of Washington. This hybrid position reports to the Senior Regional Director and will report into the office 1-2 times per month. The Regional Director must reside within the South Puget Sound region.  


Unpaid Internships

Interns and volunteers are a vital part of JA of Washington’s community engagement and program growth goals. For-credit, unpaid internships at Junior Achievement of Washington are available across all departments: Programs, Events, Development, Communications, and Operations. Learning tasks can include: data entry, online research, graphic design, social media support, website support, community outreach, fundraising event planning, and more.


Junior Achievement of Washington wants its team to reflect the diverse communities we serve.  We encourage applicants with diverse backgrounds to apply.

For questions regarding employment, reach out to the VP of Finance and HR Tammy Neese.

JAWA SOCIAL JUSTICE STATEMENT
We at JA of Washington stand for social justice. We are committed to educating in a way that dismantles inequality, racism, and oppression and sparking honest conversations in our communities. The future we envision and for which we prepare our students cannot exist unless we become catalysts for change.
We pledge to do better. We must all do better.