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Development Manager

Twin Pines Housing Trust

Twin Pines Housing Trust (Twin Pines Housing) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit formed in 1990 to develop, own and manage affordable housing  in the upper Connecticut River Valley of New Hampshire and Vermont.  Twin Pines Housing currently houses over 1,000 people and owns 419 rental units at 20 sites in Enfield, Hanover and Lebanon, NH and in Hartford, South Royalton and Woodstock, VT. Twin Pines Housing also has 45 shared-equity homeownership properties that are permanently affordable.  It provides property management services for approximately two-thirds of its units, with the balance of units managed by others. 

Twin Pines Housing has an active development pipeline including three new apartment buildings (two of which are expected to break ground in 2018), renovations of an existing 18-unit apartment building to serve the chronically homeless, and a planned renovation of an existing 100-unit apartment complex.  We are currently exploring the acquisition of several other existing properties as well.  Financing for these projects include: low-income housing tax credits, Community Development Block Grant funds, HOME Program Funds, USDA Rural Development financing, and National Housing Trust Funds.

Twin Pines Housing, a nonprofit which develops, owns and manages affordable housing in the Upper Valley, is seeking a part-time Development Manager. The position is responsible for planning, initiating and managing all of Twin Pines’ fundraising and communications activities including donor solicitations and grant writing for the annual campaign, major gifts and special events as well as the design and production of marketing and communication materials. See for more information.


• Bachelor's degree
• 3-plus years of development and/or communications experience in a nonprofit organization
• 2-plus years of experience with eTapestry, Raiser’s Edge, or equivalent
• WordPress and Facebook experience
• Strong organizational, time management, communication, data management, project management, and interpersonal skills
• Ability to work independently and as a self-starter
• Strong attention to detail; accuracy a must
• Passion for our mission


• Partner with the Executive Director to create a yearly fundraising and communication plan.
• Coordinate donor meetings with the Executive Director for cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship
• Grant writing and reporting for new and established relationships (corporate, foundation, government, etc.)
• Create three newsletters per year, two of which include fundraising appeals
• Plan and execute two or three special events per year, like our annual meeting and the occasional ground breaking or ribbon cutting ceremony
• Create and publish website and Facebook content, the occasional press release, and other communication material
• Record and acknowledge all charitable gifts (cash and in-kind)
• Provide fundraising database management and results reporting through eTapestry

How to Apply:

Resumes can be sent to

Job Location:

White River Jct., VT

Date Added: July 25, 2017

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