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The Senior Project Developer is directly responsible for organizing, supervising, scheduling, planning, and obtaining financing for internal construction as well as business planning to maximize cost efficiency and motivate contractors to complete assigned projects on time and under budget.
The Program Associate provides administrative and programmatic support in the planning, organizing, and implementation of NDN Holdings’ operations, programs, and services.
The Grants Manager will administer the planning and implementation of the transactional aspects of grantmaking within the grants management system, as well as its maintenance and refinement.
The Program Officer position will support the NDN Foundation Collective Abundance Fund Program specifically for North Dakota.
The Director of Organizing will be responsible for providing support to the Managing Director of NDN Action and will directly manage the local NDN organizing core made up of 8 local organizers in the Rapid City Community.
The Program Associate provides programmatic and grantmaking support to the NDN grantmaking team and assists the Associate Director in planning, organizing and implementing grantmaking opportunities and programming.
The Media and Public Relations Officer acts as the primary media contact for the NDN Collective ecosystem and the President & CEO, creating and managing communications and messaging that shape public opinion and increase awareness of the NDN brand.
The Advancement Officer will lead the department’s grant and report writing and management.