I've been interviewing for a position at a nonprofit community development agency and I've been told that an offer is pending. The position is in their organizational development arm - I'd be a program officer charged with managing all of their grant writing. This is a supervisory position and would have involve management of staff.
My question is this: I've been a jack of all trades, generalist planner for five years. We all know that the planning field isn't doing that well. This is in the nonprofit community development field, as opposed to the public sector in which I work currently. Is there anyone out there who has moved back and forth between these spheres? Theoretically, I'd like the chance to come back to planning at a director level at some point in the future if the right opportunity were to arise. I've been stuck as a Planner I doing Planner II duties for years due to budget austerity and this would give me some really useful supervisory experience; still, my planning skills could atrophy if I'm not using them at all. Any pitfalls that I should be aware of I were to move forward with this?