Associate Director for Individual Giving
The Associate Director for Individual Giving works closely with other Development team staff to develop strategy and execute fundraising initiatives that invite supporters and community members to contribute to both the annual fund and special campaigns. The position helps to engender excitement, optimism, and confidence in achieving the fundraising goals that support GrubStreet’s programs, particularly free and fully-funded programs for teens and adults.
Instructions: Please submit your resume and cover letter HERE. If you have trouble or have questions, please email [email protected] and put “Associate Director for Individual Giving” in the subject line. Applications will be accepted and reviewed on a rolling basis. No phone calls, please.
We are looking for an experienced bookkeeper or accountant to join our diverse team as the Finance Manager. This role will be responsible for the management of the financial and budgeting functions in our organization, including the day-to-day work of financial operations, monthly financial reporting, budget creation and monitoring, and yearly audit prep. The Finance Manager will report to the Director of Administration and Operations and work closely with the senior leadership team and our outsourced accounting team to ensure that the organization has timely, accurate financial reporting and strong financial systems.
Instructions: Please submit your resume and cover letter HERE. If you have trouble or have questions, please email [email protected] and put “Finance Manager” in the subject line. Applications will be accepted and reviewed on a rolling basis. No phone calls, please.
Become a Grub Instructor
At GrubStreet, we believe that inclusive teaching practices, global perspectives, and fresh approaches to the workshop are integral to achieving artistic growth. We seek instructors and publishing professionals from diverse cultural backgrounds across many genres—fiction, nonfiction, poetry, screenwriting, playwriting, and more—who are committed to these values.
Instructors should be passionate, inspiring, knowledgeable about the craft of writing, and willing to engage with their students’ lived experiences and literary traditions. We want instructors who are equipped and excited to moderate and facilitate discussions about identity and cultural differences alongside craft, and who prioritize creating a space that serves all students, particularly those from historically silenced communities.
MFAs, a long publishing record, or extensive teaching experience are not a requirement to apply, though feel free to tell us if you have any of these things.
To apply to become a Grub instructor, fill out this application form. In the application, you can specify whether you would like to lead multi-week courses, one-day workshops, online classes, and/or teen programs. We interview potential new instructors based on fit, curriculum needs, and availability term to term. If you don't hear back from us immediately, it doesn't mean we're not interested.