Come Work With Us!

Located in the ancestral Tewa homelands of Northern New Mexico, Tewa Women United is a multicultural and multiracial organization founded and led by Native women.

Tewa Women United offers competitive salaries, excellent benefits, and a supportive working environment. The benefits package for employees working at least 20 hours a week includes generous paid time off; full employer paid health, dental, and vision; and an emphasis on work-life balance. Our intention is to co-create a work environment based on Tewa values, including A’Gin (respect for self and others) and Seegi ma vay i (loving, caring for each other).

See below for positions that are currently open. For every position, please submit a resume and cover letter to Positions will be open until filled.

I. Generosity Facilitator: Development Coordinator: (Contractual Service) +

In partnership with the Executive and Associate Directors, create and manage TWU’s annual Fundraising Plan which includes a calendar of fundraising tasks, events, and campaigns. Responsible for implementing this plan, as well as setting and tracking fundraising goals. Approximately 20-hours/week projection of time. Please submit your resume and cover letter to 


  • Bachelor’s Degree preferred or three years of experience
  • 2+ years experience in nonprofit fundraising and communications
  • Experience in and demonstrated dedication to Indigenous Women’s issues
  • Commitment to embodying Tewa Women United’s core values
  • Work with Filemaker and nonprofit CRM database and online fundraising/ communications tools
  • Experience with individual donor development
  • Experience developing, executing, and tracking fundraising campaigns
  • Ability to use tools like Pages, Snowball, Canva, etc. to design and layout sponsorship packets, flyers, client forms, social media and email content
  • Experience with special event planning and execution
  • Ability to manage timelines and project budgets effectively
  • Ability to work collaboratively and cooperatively with diverse individuals and balance a variety of needs
  • Strategic, creative, detail-oriented approach
  • Comprehensive knowledge of Microsoft Office and G-Suite


  • Develop, execute, and track fundraising campaigns, including year-end campaign
  • Manage  and track on-going 30th anniversary capital campaign with support from an external coach/mentor. Tasks include creating and managing overall goals and timeline, communication materials related to campaign, coordinating a team of ‘ambassadors’ to build network of potential donors, outreach to donors, all documentation
  • Work with Finance Director to ensure accurate tracking and allocation of donations
  • Work with Communications Coordinator to create messaging that reinforces fundraising priorities for the organization
  • Manage all aspects of donor acknowledgement (thank-you cards and letters, “good news” letters in between campaigns, phone calls to major donors, etc.)
  • Manage data entry of donors/donations into Filemaker database; work with tech consultant to maintain and improve Filemaker database as needed
  • Coordinate volunteers for fundraising needs on an as-needed basis
  • Support Executive and Associate Directors with major donor cultivation
  • Support Executive and Associate Directors in strengthening fundraising skills with board members

II. Financial Assistant +

Financial Assistant will support the Financial Director in the performance of general accounting and budgetary functions. Please submit your resume and cover letter to 


  • Associates or higher degree in accounting, auditing, finance, economics, business or public administration, budget management, and systems analysis, or related fields, preferred; or equivalent 1-2 years of experience
  • Possess knowledge and use of intermediate accounting methods and principles and their application to governmental/ non-profit accounting; state and local accounting and budgeting laws, regulations, and manuals; methods of collection and analysis of financial data; report writing; and accounting documents and their use
  • Ability to accurately interpret, analyze, summarize and complete financial data; to apply required laws and languages to document; to clearly and concisely present comments and information both verbally and in writing; to efficiently operate a calculator
  • Demonstrate ability to clearly establish goals and objectives; plan/organize activities and projects; demonstrate good negotiation skills; work independently; and demonstrate good judgment
  • Capability to communicate clearly in written and oral form; ability to interact with a variety of personnel at different levels of responsibility
  • Ability to establish and maintain effective interpersonal relationships with co-workers; colleagues; collaborative partners; board members, government officials, volunteers and customers/constituents
  • Efficient use of computer equipment, software and other electronic devices to perform work effectively and efficiently are desirable. Knowledge of Google Suite, Microsoft Word, Excel, Power Point, QuickBooks Non-profit accounting software is desirable
  • Experience working with diverse cultures and communities; cultural sensitivity to the needs and distinct tribal and cultural ways of life of Native American communities/ clientele and willingness to complete cultural competency training and/ or Undoing Racism training


  • Assist in implementation of fiscal and administrative procedures
  • Acquire and maintain sound knowledge and understanding of the organization and its mission, and use that knowledge and understanding to better comprehend all projects and programs for which financial support is needed
  • Support communication with vendors regarding billing and with internal staff in regards to the day to day accounting functions of Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable, and Payroll
  • Collect mail and distribute to all programs accordingly and process Finance Mail
  • Support with Accounts Receivable: Completing deposit slip and making deposits in-person at TWU’s financial institution, and file documentation in Deposit Binder
  • Generate online individual donor reports, clean up data, and filter according to date and memo
  • Support with Accounts Payable: Review invoices for accuracy, prepare Expense Form for general transactions, and assists with managing Financial and Human Resource documentation on Google Drive
  • Distribute checks within the Organization and via Mail
  • File all Financial and Human Resource records
  • Prepare internal transaction reports as needed
  • Prepare internal PTO reports as needed
  • Assist in the preparation, analysis and maintenance of the budget
  • Prepare monthly financial reports by grant
  • Assist with asset and inventory management
  • Support with Contract Management (i.e. leases, loans/debts, independent contractors etc.)
  • Support Finance Director with financial audits annually
  • The duties and responsibilities outlined above do not comprise a comprehensive list but are intended to provide a representation of the general nature and level of work performed by an employee in this capacity. Tewa Women United maintains the right to augment or delete duties and responsibilities as business dictates

Internship Program

Tewa Women United provides semester or year-long internship opportunities for those interested in impacting the community.

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