Encore Fellowship, CRM Business Systems Analyst
- Silicon Valley
- Job Type
- Part-time for 1 year
- Deadline for Applications
- How to Apply
- Complete application in the Program Directory at encore.org/fellowships/
- Where to Apply
Have you ever thought about taking your skills and expertise and dedicating them to help a great non-profit?
Encore Fellowships are available in California, for those considering retirement with 20+ years of progressive work experience, who wish to move to the social impact sector for their second act.
A large Silicon Valley nonprofit needs a CRM Business Systems Analyst. The CRM Business Analysis Project will focus on defining, developing, and implementing scalable and flexible technology solutions to support client and volunteer management processes for the organization. These include developing business requirements docs, building out and maintaining docs of data models, processes, and flows within Salesforce, and assisting in the development of testing processes.
Stipend: $25K for 1000 hours, with the possibility of extension
Work Schedule: 20-40 hours per week, Candidate can live anywhere in the Bay Area, mix of onsite and remote work.
Learn more at https://encore.org/
Encore Fellowships provide paid, transitional engagements in non-profit organizations, for those typically 50+ and considering retirement, with 20+ years experience, who wish to move to the social impact sector for their second act. Applicants apply to be considered as a Fellow and matches are made based on skills, interest, and availability of positions at non-profit hosts, continually throughout the year. Fellowships are 1000 hours, typically part-time for a year, and include a $25,000 stipend, education on the sector, and networking with a cohort of peers.
Encore Fellows program is committed to building a diverse talent pool and strongly encourages applications from candidates of color and those with fluency in multiple languages.
Part-time, flexible hours, must commit to one year.
Fellowships are for those considering retirement and interested in transferring skills to the social impact sector.