Open Positions

Applications should be submitted via email to with position desired in subject line.

  Please no phone call or in-person inquiries.

A complete application consists of a cover letter explaining your qualifications and how they fit with the position you are applying for, resume, 3 references, and any additional items listed in the position description.


Program Specialist (Full-Time)

Starting Salary Range:  $30,000 to $34,000 per year.

The Program Specialist coordinates and manages day to day activities of one or more WDC programs.  Program management includes the assistance with the development, planning, and analysis of the assigned programs including program goals and objectives, participation in preparation of programmatic fundraising proposals, community outreach, enrollment of program participants, provision of technical assistance, and special events.

The candidate for this position has a Bachelor's degree in Public Administration, Business, or related field or equivalent work experience of 4 years in a similar position.  The ability to develop work plans, set deadlines, work well with minimal supervision, manage multiple tasks, and prioritize assignments.  Experience with funding proposal preparation, providing community outreach and technical assistance.



grant writer (contract)

The WDC is seeking an individual to perform grant writing duties on a contractual basis.

The Grant Writer will prepare foundation, government, and corporate funding applications. The grant writer may conduct additional prospect research for the WDC.

Interested parties should submit a grant writing services proposal for the WDC with the following information:  type of contract – flat monthly fee or per hour; rate(s) for services; number of proposed applications to be delivered monthly; and a writing sample.

The proposal should be submitted via email to  No phone calls please.

office specialist (full-time)

Starting Salary Range:  $30,000 to $34,000 per year.

The Office Specialist is a full-time position for a versatile individual with two or more years of office management experience. Responsible for smooth office operations for a busy office, staffed with six (6) employees and a number of interns. The Office Specialist ensures office operations by assisting the President and Chief Operating Officer with managing systems, facilities and equipment, human resource and accounting functions, and board support.

Executive Management and Board Support

  • Maintain the calendars of the President and CEO and the Chief Operating Officer.
  • Provide board support including taking minutes at all committee and board meetings, preparation of agendas, maintenance of Board and Committee calendars, and scheduling of meetings.

 Financial and Accounting

  • Manage daily A/R and A/P functions including purchase orders, bill payment, invoicing, and bank deposits utilizing Quickbooks.

 Operations – Facilities, Equipment & Systems:

  • Manage office space utilization and maintain equipment and office systems (computer, internet, email, phone, security, printers, copiers, furniture, office supplies, etc.) services and contracts.
  • Manage the recordkeeping functions of the organization.


  • Responsible for answering incoming company phones, scheduling meetings, managing executive management calendars, and preparing a variety of written correspondence.

 General and Human Resources Support

  • Support and assist with organizational events and community meetings.
  • Assists with human resource functions.


  • Minimum of two years’ related nonprofit or government experience preferred.
  • Minimum of one years’ experience providing board support.
  • Working knowledge of Microsoft Office.
  • Working knowledge of Quickbooks.
  • Prefer knowledge of Granicus, Mail Chimp, SquareSpace, and Social Media.
  • Minimum of a High School Diploma or GED.

Schedule Flexibility: The incumbent may need to flex their schedule to accommodate the position duties since Board and Committee meetings can sometimes extend outside of normal working hours.  Organizational events and communities meetings can also require schedule flexibility.