The successful candidate for the position will identify with RAN’s mission, and have a strong interest in environmental, human rights and/or climate change issues. She/he will have superior writing and editing skills, and be able to communicate authoritatively about a range of topics, including climate change, deforestation and human rights injustice. She/he must be an excellent project manager, extremely organized and a strong communicator. The ideal candidate will have a proven track record having solicited grants from foundations in the six to seven figures range, and supervisory skills and/or experience; be adept at working with senior management and be comfortable in “managing up” to ensure desired outcomes; and have the ability to navigate the details in the context of the whole. This position reports directly to the Development Director.