Thank you for your interest in a position with PLIDA. We are a nonprofit organization that offers flexible work schedules remotely. We are currently hiring for the following position: 

Advancement Manager

PLIDA is currently seeking a self-motivated Advancement Manager to work an average of 40 hours each month. Please forward all resumes and questions to [email protected]

Pregnancy Loss and Infant Death Alliance, PLIDA, has a unified international presence and as an organization serves as leaders in perinatal and neonatal bereavement care. This is accomplished through providing education, advocacy, and networking to our membership base of clinicians, health care providers, researchers, academics, and parent advocates. Our mission to provide the highest quality of consistent evidence-based care for all families who experience the death of a baby at any gestation. PLIDA's goal is to be the central place for clinicians, care giving professionals, parent advocates, members of the media and policy makers to share information on the professional care of families experiencing a perinatal loss. PLIDA also organizes the biennial International Perinatal Bereavement Conference a three-day event providing education to ensure all families receive consistent best practice care. 

The Advancement Manager collaborates with PLIDA’s Board of Directors, Committee Chairs, and PLIDA staff. This position leads the initiative for obtaining and securing grant and financial opportunities, overseeing the proposal process, and identifying corporate support opportunities that align with PLIDA’s mission.  The PLIDA Advancement Manager is a member of PLIDA paid staff and reports to the Executive Director and/or PLIDA President.


  • Create business plan focused on expansion of grant and financial opportunities for PLIDA
  • Solicit grant opportunities to meet a specific identified goal
  • Collaborate with PLIDA’s Advancement Committee Chair to oversee the proposal process 
  • Acquire and manage the grant process – from finding the grant opportunities to submission 
  • Ensure proposal pieces are properly written, structured, and grammatically sound 
  • Support the PLIDA Board on implementing tasks outlined in the strategic plan, including advancement and corporate funding opportunities 
  • Attend weekly or monthly Zoom meetings: Board of Directors; staff meetings; and committee meetings 


  • Prefer at least 5 years of grant writing & fundraising experience 
  • Experience in grants Management, fundraising projects, and outreach
  • Personal track record of success in reaching and exceeding advancement goals
  • Proven ability to establish objectives, set performance standards, maintain organization, and self-motivate to reach goals
  • Strong communication skills, both oral and written
  • Exceptional interpersonal skills and the ability to develop relationships of trust and respect with those entities interfacing with PLIDA, PLIDA members, colleagues, volunteers, and donors
  • Commitment to building a welcoming, inclusive, and equitable community where all can thrive

 The position will pay $20 an hour with incentives for productivity. The position averages 40 hours per month. 
This is a remote position.  

Please forward all resumes and questions to [email protected] 

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