Current Openings

Major Gift Officer, SOS Children's Villages USA (Full Time - Remote):

Reporting to the Senior Director of Development and Corporate & Foundation Relations, and working closely with the incoming CEO, the major gift officer will develop and execute strategies to cultivate, solicit and steward five, six, and seven+ figure gifts from a portfolio of ~150 high net worth donors and prospects. This position will play a key role in developing the major gifts pyramid and pipeline of donors that projects revenue over a two to three-year rolling period.



Development Operations Coordinator, SOS Children's Villages USA (Full Time - Hybrid):

The Development Operations Coordinator is a dual employee who will aid in supporting the department's multichannel fundraising processes associated with the organization's fundraising databases. This position serves as the manager of core data and analyst researching philanthropy data in support of the development team, as well as the primary point of contact for internal and external stakeholders on a wide variety of matters pertaining to the organization.



Graphic Design and Social Media Intern, SOS Children's Villages USA (Remote):

Reporting to the Specialist of Social Media Engagement, the Graphic Design and Social Media Intern will work on a variety of projects, including creating compelling graphics for use across digital properties (social media, email, website, etc.) and crafting social media content to promote and support programs that help children in need.



Marketing Data Analyst Intern, SOS Children's Villages USA (Remote):

Reporting to the Acting Director of Digital Engagement, the Marketing Data Analyst Intern will focus on creating dashboards to track and share data across departments at SOS Children's Villages USA. This role is a great fit for candidates who enjoy pulling and organizing data, with a strong interest in analytics and reporting. 


Fundraising Intern, SOS Children's Villages USA (Remote):

The Fundraising Intern's tasks include drafting donor stewardship materials (including letter and email communications), conducting research, preparing donor reports, calling donors, providing regular administrative support in managing donor information in internatal databases, and providing additional communications support as needed.



SOS Children’s Villages builds loving, stable families for orphaned, abandoned and other vulnerable children in 137 countries, including the United States. In addition to providing family-based care for kids who would otherwise grow up alone,  SOS Children’s Villages supports struggling families so children can stay with their parents and helps at-risk teens navigate the road to adulthood. Through family strengthening programs, long-term care for children, education and job skills training and emergency relief efforts,  SOS Children’s Villages provides life-changing support to millions of children and families worldwide each year.

The SOS Children’s Villages USA team is a deeply dedicated group of creative, highly skilled individuals who are committed to achieving our mission—together.
With an office located in downtown Washington, D.C. and team members stationed around the country, we work every day to ensure a brighter future for children and families in need.
SOS Children’s Villages USA is an equal-opportunity employer. We consider all applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, gender, ancestry, sexual orientation, age, disability, veteran status, marital status or any other status protected by applicable law. SOS Children’s Villages USA strives to maintain a recruitment process that is open and competitive for all interested candidates.
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