Harvest Against Hunger is located in Seattle’s SODO neighborhood, just across the street from T-Mobile Park, home of the Seattle Mariners. Bike and paid car parking, easy access to public transportation, an open concept office and a commitment to work/life balance and equity make this a great place to work. As a program of Rotary District 5030, HAH is committed to service and following Rotary’s four-way test.
Harvest Against Hunger values a welcoming community that is representative of varied identities and lived experiences. We are an equal opportunity employer that prioritizes anti-racism practices and seeks to support BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, & People of Color) and other traditionally marginalized communities (including but not limited to gender identity, class, socioeconomic status, sexual orientation, age, ability, etc.). We encourage people who have traditionally been underpaid, and therefore may not have a salary history in alignment with this salary range, to apply.
The Development Director serves as Harvest Against Hunger’s lead staff person for fundraising. Position responsibilities include individual giving, grant writing, event planning and implementation as well as public speaking.