Employment

Building Changes believes that with the right people and the right plans, we can solve family and youth homelessness in Washington state and build a homeless system that is equitable and effective for all. We recruit dedicated professionals who demonstrate integrity, a passion for results, and an ability to collaborate and lead.

Building Changes is an equal opportunity employer. Building Changes does not discriminate based on age, race, color, creed, religion, marital status, national origin, physical, mental, or sensory disability, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, military status, genetic information, political ideology, or any other basis protected by applicable law.

Current Openings

Grant Writer (posted 10/21/20)

Building Changes seeks a Grant Writer to support fundraising functions of the organization. Building Changes aims to diversify its funding sources and seeks a candidate who is knowledgeable about the funding landscape in Washington state (inclusive of public funding, corporations, foundations, and individuals). This position will have a primary focus on grant writing and proposal development.

Salary range for this position is $60,000-$72,500, plus excellent benefits. For more details, see the job description. To apply for this position, please email a cover letter and resume to: – Subject: Grant Writer.

Senior Program Manager (posted 10/1/20)

Building Changes seeks an experienced Senior Program Manager to manage and oversee grantmaking and capacity building portfolios. This position will provide project management, technical assistance, training, facilitation of group processes, and support relationships with the goal of improving services and supports for families and youth experiencing homelessness. This position will be involved in various projects within our housing crisis area of work. The goal of this work area is to ensure that homeless and housing systems have adequate and sustainable resources/funding, and advance and adopt racially equitable and culturally responsive policies, practices, and prioritization processes to improve equitable access and experiences for children, youth, and families impacted by housing crises.

Salary range for this position is $60,000-$72,500, plus excellent benefits. For more details, see the job description. To apply for this position, please email a cover letter and resume to: – Subject: Senior Program Manager.

Request for Proposals: Contract Lobbyist (posted 9/28/20, updated 10/5/20)

Building Changes seeks a contract lobbyist to work with our policy team in addressing matters impacting people experiencing housing crises, with a focus on children, youth, and families, before the Washington State Legislature, the Washington State Governor, and other state agencies and policymakers. We will prioritize candidates with one or more of the following: existing relationships in the state legislature, effective communication skills, a clear understanding of the legislative and budgetary process, and sound knowledge of housing, homelessness, human services, healthcare, and education policy. Contracts will commence upon hire and run through June 30, 2021, with the possibility for renewal.

Applicants who embody the broad array of diversity and lived experiences in our communities, including individuals with a disability are strongly encouraged to apply. Proposals are due to Building Changes by October 21, 2020. For more details, see the RFP.