Hope is the fundamental prerequisite for positive change
Hopa Mountain’s Mission: To Invest in rural and tribal citizen leaders who are improving education, ecological health, and economic development.
We are currently looking to fill these positions:
The Development Coordinator is responsible for supporting Hopa Mountain’s fundraising and outreach goals. The Development Coordinator reports to the Executive Director and works with staff, a team of contract specialists and volunteers. Principal responsibilities include implementing a multi-faceted fund development plan and managing day-to-day fund development activities to increase contributions and build lasting relationships with potential supporters across our service region and beyond. Principal duties include individual donor development, including managing friend raising events, giving campaigns, and fundraising appeals, presenting Hopa Mountain’s mission in public venues, as well as processing and recording donor and gift information and stewarding donor relationships
This is a full-time professional position that requires periodic evening and weekend work. This position requires possession of a driver’s license.
Recovery Center Outreach Specialist
This person will engage in outreach activities in tribal and rural communities in northwest Montana and eastern Idaho to engage a wide range of stakeholders to expand on current efforts or promote development of new community initiatives for prevention and intervention programs addressing substance use disorders including opioid use disorders. A specific focus is establishing a recovery residency and addressing challenges of corrections and criminal justice response to individuals experiencing homelessness and/or substance use.
This position requires evening and weekend work and frequent travel. This position requires possession of a driver’s license.
Scholars of Promise Graduate Mentor
The Scholars of Promise Graduate Mentor is responsible for supporting Hopa Mountain’s Scholars of Promise program, which is a college preparation program that provide high school sophomores, juniors and seniors in foster care or who are homeless with training, mentoring, and support services to help them prepare to apply to the colleges/universities of their choice and stay in college. The program also helps to support each scholar through their college graduation. The Scholars of Promise Graduate Mentor reports to the Executive Director. Principal responsibilities include working one-on-one with students and their parents/guardians to support their college and career goals. This person will work in cooperation with program partners, universities and volunteers to provide timely services to all students.
This is a part-time temporary position for a graduate student that requires periodic evening and weekend work. This position requires possession of a driver’s license.
Become a Hopa Member:
By making a monthly or one-time contribution to Hopa Mountain you are investing in citizen leaders, adults and youth, who are improving education, ecological health, and economic development.