Development Coordinator

Hopa Mountain   Bozeman, MT   Full-time     Administration / Clerical
Posted on October 14, 2021

Development Coordinator

Hopa Mountain, a Bozeman-based nonprofit organization, seeks to hire a full-time to support our programs. This position will pay $55,000 - $60,000.

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Hopa Mountain invests in rural and tribal citizen leaders who are improving education, ecological health, and economic development.
Working together, we can create a mountain of hope for the future of rural and tribal communities. The possibilities for sustained improvements in economic, environmental, and social health lie in the strength, innate wisdom, and creativity of local people—in their relationships with each other and the land. They know their communities’ needs and have good ideas for strength-based solutions.

The possibilities for economic, environmental, and social health in the Northern Rocky Mountains and Great Plains lie in the strength of the people, especially our relationships with each other and with the land we love. In every community, there are not only good ideas but community leaders who get things done and to whom others turn for help. There is now a renewed recognition of the importance of these special people, particularly in rural and tribal communities.

Citizen leaders know their community’s people, values, beliefs, language, and ethnic characteristics. Given adequate resources, they can provide more meaningful services more efficiently and effectively than outside professionals can. Hopa Mountain recognizes the critical role citizen leaders play in their communities and we dream of what they could accomplish if they had access to more resources. Simply put, rural and tribal citizen leaders are the focus of Hopa Mountain’s work.

Acknowledging the skills, talents, and positions within communities of these local leaders, Hopa Mountain endeavors to provide them with the means–primarily through training, networking, mentoring, and financial support–to generate and expand much–needed opportunities in their communities.