Job Postings

Vermont Association for the Blind and Visually Impaired
Director of Development
(posted 02/13/2019)

South Burlington, Vermont

Job Description
1. Administers the Department of Development and Public Relations.

2. Plans, initiates and is responsible for implementation of new ideas, programs and strategies in fundraising and institutional development.

3. Identifies potential sources of financial support from individuals, corporations, foundations, and local, state, and federal government.

4. Supports the Board of Directors in its fundraising and public relations efforts.

5. Conducts presentations to new prospects and current contributors.

6. Supervises the development writing and follow-up of grants.

7. Supervises the development of fundraising and educational materials.

8. Consults with other association departments concerning our development and public relations.

9. Supervises the direct mail fundraising program.


Qualifications
5 years of experience as a development professional.
• Demonstrated creative writing and public speaking skills.
• Experience in marketing.
• Demonstrated ability in organization and administration.
• Experience in developing and conducting an Annual Fund campaign.
• Demonstrated familiarity with Planned Giving Program and solicitations


Organization Description
Private non-profit

How to Apply
Either email resume and salary requirements to spouliot@vabvi.org or mail to Steve Pouliot, Executive Director, VABVI, 60 Kimball Avenue, S. Burlington, VT 05403

Last Day to Apply
February 22, 2019

Squam Lakes Association
Director of Development
(posted 02/13/2019)

Holderness, NH

Job Description
The Squam Lakes Association (SLA) seeks a creative, resourceful Director of Development to continue the capacity growth of this multi-faceted, well-established organization. Reporting to the Executive Director and working closely with the Board of Directors, the Director of Development will be expected to continue and expand the level of development activity for the organization that engages its already dedicated, established donors and donor families while broadening the donor constituency and diversifying the funding base for the organization. A deep commitment to preserving the cultural heritage and natural beauty of the Squam Lakes watershed is essential, as are strong management and communications skills.

The Director of Development will work closely with the Executive Director to achieve the SLA’s fundraising goals. Specific objectives for the Director of Development are as follows:

• Develop and maintain ongoing relationships with major donors, and to broaden the SLA’s major gifts portfolio.
• Strengthen the already substantial annual appeal to the SLA’s 1,200 members and additional supporters.
• Build the planned giving program in cooperation with the board development committee.
• Actively participate in the strategic planning implementation process with both staff and board, and manage campaigns to support it.
• Guide the board and staff in most effectively facilitating and supporting fundraising activities for the organization, including events, communications, new funding sources, and other related initiatives.


Qualifications
The SLA seeks a Director of Development with a passion for conservation and the outdoors, and the drive to direct that passion to building support for SLA’s programs, membership, and initiatives. They must be a creative thinker willing to listen to new ideas and to find effective ways to engage an enthusiastic board to work actively towards the organization’s fundraising goals. Excellent communication skills are essential. A personal connection to and love of lakes would be helpful. 


• 5-plus years of major donor experience with additional development experience preferable.
• A successful track record securing gifts from individuals and/or corporations and foundations in support of an institution.
• A management style that is goal-oriented but flexible, hands-on and collaborative. A style that brings out the best in people, and that respects the capabilities and independence of other staff members in accomplishing organizational objectives.
• Experience working with a membership organization, including an active understanding of how to increase member engagement and philanthropic commitment, as well as best stewardship practices. 

• An engaging personality, comfortable with people of all ages and backgrounds, good humor, and resilience. 



Other Information
For the full job profile, including additional background and specific challenges, please see: https://www.squamlakes.org/director-development. For more information about the Squam Lakes Association, please see the website: www.squamlakes.org.

Organization Description
The Squam Lakes Association is dedicated to conserving for public benefit the natural beauty, peaceful character and unique resource values of the lakes and surrounding area. In cooperation with local and state authorities and other conservation organizations, the Association promotes the protection, careful use and shared enjoyment of the lakes, mountains, forests, open spaces and wildlife of the Squam Lakes region.

Founded in 1904, the SLA acts as a resource to the lakes community and strives to offer a model for watershed conservation. The SLA monitors water quality, combats invasive species, and educates the public on these and other important ecological issues. Fifty miles of trails and over 600 acres of property, a small boat landing, boat rentals and numerous campsites maintained by SLA allow the public opportunities to enjoy this pristine and beautiful environment in low-impact ways. SLA’s youth programs, including the Junior Squam Lakes Association (JSLA), educate the future stewards of the watershed in responsible enjoyment of its resources, engaging over 200 youth each summer. The SLA works in close collaboration with local conservation, education, advocacy and recreation groups in its conservation, ecological and educational programs, and has an enthusiastic population of volunteers ready to help make the organization’s efforts successful.

How to Apply
Please direct nominations, inquiries, and application materials in confidence to the Search Committee at searchcommittee@squamlakes.org, or 534 US. Rt. 3, Holderness, NH 03245. Electronic submission of materials is preferred.

Last Day to Apply
position open until filled

Vermont Public Radio
Development Services Coordinator
(posted 02/13/2019)

Colchester, VT

Job Description
Vermont Public Radio offers an exciting opportunity for an experienced development professional who thrives on strengthening donor relationships, leveraging technology to improve donor services and achieving goals. Responsibilities integrate strong interpersonal talents with an aptitude for financial figures and data. We seek a reliable and collaborative team member with a keen eye for detail and a steadfast commitment to accuracy and quality.

VPR is an Equal Opportunity Employer


Qualifications
Undergraduate degree and experience with Raiser's Edge preferred. 2 years of professional experience demonstrating aptitude in customer service, technology, data, financial figures, and high degree of confidentiality

How to Apply
Read the full job description and application process on the VPR website VPR.org/careers

Last Day to Apply
02/28/2019

Kids First Center
Development and Programming Director
(posted 02/13/2019)

Portland, Maine

Job Description
About the Kids First Center
The Kids First Center is a 501(c) 3 non-profit organization founded in 1998 whose mission is to support children and parents during and after separation or divorce. This is a large, underserved, and much in need population. Separation and divorce environments that feature chronic parental conflict create lifelong mental- and physical-health harms for the children involved. By providing workshops for children, co-parenting education for parents, and professional education for the legal and mental health communities, Kids First creates long-term positive outcomes for these children. This work is uplifting and critical—thousands of people in Maine deal with these issues each year. We have successfully guided more than 70,000 children and parents through our programs over the last 20 years. We want to continue this success going forward!

Position Scope
The Development and Programming Director reports to the Interim Executive Director and will help guide and create the shape of the organization, which is in transition. The ideal candidate will have exceptional development, programming, and operational experience.

The position is full time.

Qualifications
- A minimum of six years of nonprofit experience in the relevant work described here
- A passion for social service programming of the first order, and the ability to support and improve program delivery
- The ability to add to the existing nuanced understanding of Kids First’s many outstanding opportunities and to present solutions to attendant challenges
- Extensive, sophisticated experience in all aspects of successful fundraising—individual and major donor contributions, foundation grants, event and program sponsorships, peer-to-peer fundraising, et al.
- The ability to identify and tell compelling stories about the organization to users, organizational funders, individual donors, and the community at large
- A current and sizeable cohort of active relationships in both the development-professionals and donor communities in Maine
- Organizational change management experience and insight
- The ability to learn, improve, manage, and support the protocols and mechanisms of a complex program-delivery model while in a fast-paced environment in transition
- A collaborative team-building personal work style and supervisory approach
- Extensive experience managing up and down
- Experience with budget creation, tracking, and forecasting; the ability to identify year-over-year budget trends, opportunities, and challenges

Sample Key Assignments for 2019 Q 1 and Q 2
- Work with the Interim Executive Director to actively pursue existing organizational opportunities
- Oversee and work with the Program Coordinator to support the organization’s annual program schedule and to introduce and organize program goals and protocols
- Help plan Kids First’s premier annual fundraising event, the organization’s highly popular “Bloom” gala, which will take place in November
- Assist the Interim Executive Director with the execution of a Kids First community-wide organizational assessment

To Apply
Please submit a cover letter elaborating your qualifications for the position, a current resume, and your salary range—or history—in Word format by email to employment@kidsfirstcenter.org. Additionally, answer the following questions and submit your answers with your application package. Your application will not be considered complete without this element.

Kids First accomplishes remarkable things with limited financial resources and personnel. How would you improve this dynamic if you were to assume the role of Director of Development and Programming? What specific steps, beyond a careful initial analysis, would you take?

What specific personal organizational skills and tools do you use to manage your time and deliverables, both short- and long-term?

If you encounter technical difficulty submitting your application, please call the Kids First Center at 207-761-2709.

The Kids First Center is an equal opportunity employer. Candidates of all backgrounds are encouraged to apply as soon as possible. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis.

For more information about us, please to go www.kidsfirstcenter.org.


Qualifications
- A minimum of six years of nonprofit experience in the relevant work described here
- A passion for social service programming of the first order, and the ability to support and improve program delivery
- The ability to add to the existing nuanced understanding of Kids First’s many outstanding opportunities and to present solutions to attendant challenges
- Extensive, sophisticated experience in all aspects of successful fundraising—individual and major donor contributions, foundation grants, event and program sponsorships, peer-to-peer fundraising, et al.
- The ability to identify and tell compelling stories about the organization to users, organizational funders, individual donors, and the community at large
- A current and sizeable cohort of active relationships in both the development-professionals and donor communities in Maine
- Organizational change management experience and insight
- The ability to learn, improve, manage, and support the protocols and mechanisms of a complex program-delivery model while in a fast-paced environment in transition
- A collaborative team-building personal work style and supervisory approach
- Extensive experience managing up and down
- Experience with budget creation, tracking, and forecasting; the ability to identify year-over-year budget trends, opportunities, and challenges

Organization Description
The Kids First Center is a 501(c) 3 non-profit organization founded in 1998 whose mission is to support children and parents during and after separation or divorce. This is a large, underserved, and much in need population. Separation and divorce environments that feature chronic parental conflict create lifelong mental- and physical-health harms for the children involved. By providing workshops for children, co-parenting education for parents, and professional education for the legal and mental health communities, Kids First creates long-term positive outcomes for these children. This work is uplifting and critical—thousands of people in Maine deal with these issues each year. We have successfully guided more than 70,000 children and parents through our programs over the last 20 years. We want to continue this success going forward!

How to Apply
Please submit a cover letter elaborating your qualifications for the position, a current resume, and your salary range—or history—in Word format by email to employment@kidsfirstcenter.org. Additionally, answer the following questions and submit your answers with your application package. Your application will not be considered complete without this element.

Kids First accomplishes remarkable things with limited financial resources and personnel. How would you improve this dynamic if you were to assume the role of Director of Development and Programming? What specific steps, beyond a careful initial analysis, would you take?

What specific personal organizational skills and tools do you use to manage your time and deliverables, both short- and long-term?

If you encounter technical difficulty submitting your application, please call the Kids First Center at 207-761-2709.

The Kids First Center is an equal opportunity employer. Candidates of all backgrounds are encouraged to apply as soon as possible. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis.

For more information about us, please to go www.kidsfirstcenter.org.

Last Day to Apply
Rolling

Howard Center
Senior Donor Relations Director
(posted 02/08/2019)

Burlington, VT

Job Description
Seeking individual to initiate, manage, and maintain relationships with current and potential donors to secure funds and future gifts through major and planned giving strategies for the Agency, assuring that as many as possible are retained as donors and are cultivated to increase their giving and involvement. The SDRD will have the primary responsibility for the development and implementation of new strategies to identify, cultivate, and manage relationships with major donors and prospect relationships with the goals of growing annual philanthropic revenues and strengthening community support. All strategies will include measurable objectives to ensure targeted outcomes are met.

Responsibilities:

Donor Research, Identification, and Cultivation:

•Develops and implements strategies to attract new donors and strengthen relationships with existing donors to facilitate higher capacity giving. Includes the development of a portfolio to manage 100 donors and prospects.
•Responsible for research, identification, cultivation, and solicitation of major contributions for the agency in close coordination with senior staff and trustees
•Creates and maintains a 3-5 year plan for the program to include goals and outcomes.
•Creates plan for each donor that includes goals for the donor based on their giving history, known interests, and potential that will serve as the foundational communication plan for each person in the portfolio.
•Completes 8-12 prospect and donor visits per month (2-3 visits per week on average). To be reviewed as program develops.
•Assists in all aspects of special cultivation events including developing guest list, procuring sponsorship and underwriting support, and day-of-event activities.

Special Projects and Campaigns:

•Takes a lead role in special agency fundraising projects or capital campaigns.

Other Development and Communications Responsibilities as needed:

•As part of a small team, the SDRD will also interface with team colleagues on various projects and participate in activities including assistance with colleague donor portfolios, limited grant research and writing; special event coordination and sponsorship solicitation; composition of both internal and external communications including press releases, media advisories, and newsletters; activities related to public education events; and other related duties.

Requirements:
•BS/BA required. Advanced degree preferred.
•3-5 years of experience in major gifts, fundraising and development activities.
•A proven track record of soliciting and procuring major gifts is required.

Desired:

•Knowledge of Vermont fundraising community preferred.

Structure:
•Full-time (37.5 hours/week)
•Exempt
•Benefits Eligible

Perks & Benefits:

•Comprehensive BCBS Medical with agency-paid premium support for individuals, couples, and families
•Delta dental
•Generous time off starting at 36 days of combined time off per year for full-time employees (and increasing with years of service)
•Agency paid 401K retirement and additional incentive match program
•Life insurance
•Flexible spending account
•Childcare stipend
•Employee Assistance Program
•Employee referral program with financial incentive
•Discounted online undergraduate/graduate courses through Champlain College truED
•Award-winning workplace wellness program HC4ME including physical fitness groups for staff, financial wellness incentives, and ongoing workplace wellness advocacy and education
•Voluntary benefits from local/international businesses: discounted gym memberships, mobile phone service, ski/snowboard passes, auto/home insurance, and more!

Howard Center is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer. The agency's culture and service delivery is strengthened by the diversity of its workforce. Minorities, people of color and persons with disabilities are encouraged to apply. EOE/TTY. Visit "About Us" to review Howard Center's EOE policy.




Qualifications
•BS/BA required. Advanced degree preferred.
•3-5 years of experience in major gifts, fundraising and development activities.
•A proven track record of soliciting and procuring major gifts is required.


How to Apply
Please visit our website to apply
www.howardcentercareers.org

Last Day to Apply
n/a/

McAuliffe-Shepard Discovery Center
Director of Development
(posted 02/05/2019)

Concord NH

Job Description
Are you a dynamic, experienced development professional with a track record of success? Do you enjoy working closely with the executive director, board and staff of a young organization to secure the resources required for the organization to effectively meet its mission? Are you determined, organized and able to identify and draw on the skills and networks of board and staff members to best meet fundraising goals?

Then please consider joining the McAuliffe-Shepard Discovery Center team, as a contractor or half-time employee. Compensation is competitive and commensurate with experience. Please detail in your cover letter and/or resume your track record of successful personal solicitations, including major gifts; your broad experience in donor relations and management; and your background in working alone and with executive directors, board members and staff on fundraising campaigns that delivered significant results.

Responsibilities:
• Create an effective development plan, with input and support from the Executive Director and Board Development Committee, complete with fundraising strategies, campaigns and programs to meet Discovery Center goals and benchmarks; coordinate implementation of the plan.

• Work closely with the Executive Director and Board of Directors on identification, review, cultivation, solicitation and stewardship of prospective and confirmed donors, including coaching, appointment-setting, follow-up and reporting.

• Directly solicit individual and corporate donors on a regular basis.

• Help build awareness of the Discovery Center through arranging appearances at community and other venues for the Executive Director and Board Members, and supporting the appearances as needed, e.g., attending presentations to help gather contact info; and participating in community and business events.

• Create development materials for use by board and staff.

• Coordinate fundraising events and campaigns.

• Oversee the donor database, ensuring accuracy, confidentiality, timely gift acknowledgements, and effective use of the database for fundraising purposes.

• Identify and adhere to best practices in fundraising policies and procedures.

• Comply with all Discovery Center policies, state & federal rules and regulations including, but not limited to, health and safety policies, and all civil rights laws.

• Other duties as assigned.



Qualifications
• Track record of achievement in fundraising for nonprofit organizations
• Significant experience in working with executive directors, board members and staff of nonprofit organizations to successfully meet or exceed fundraising targets
• Track record of excellence in cultivation, solicitation and stewardship of individual and corporate donors, individually and as a member of a team


Other Information
After 18 years as a state museum, the McAuliffe-Shepard Discovery Center became an independent nonprofit science museum in 2013. Goals for 2019-2021 include significantly increasing corporate and individual giving, in order to enhance our ability to engage the next generation in STEM.



Organization Description
The McAuliffe-Shepard Discovery Center is an air and space museum in Concord NH, dedicated to NH space pioneers Christa McAuliffe and Alan Shepard, with indoor and outdoor exhibits, a planetarium, observatory, science store, café and a comprehensive menu of educational programs. Our mission is to inspire every generation to reach for the stars, through engaging, artful and entertaining activities that explore astronomy, aviation, Earth and space science.


How to Apply
Please email your cover letter and resume to: hr@starhop.com
or mail to:
Human Resources
McAuliffe-Shepard Discovery Center
2 Institute Drive
Concord, NH 03301


Last Day to Apply
position will remain open until filled

Kellogg-Hubbard Library
Executive Director
(posted 02/04/2019)

Montpelier, VT

Job Description
The Kellogg-Hubbard Library seeks a skilled Executive Director to provide strong nonprofit leadership to this dynamic and busy public library. The Kellogg-Hubbard is an incorporated library that serves the City of Montpelier and five neighboring towns.




Qualifications
The Executive Director is responsible for the library’s consistent achievement of its strategic and financial objectives and enthusiastically serves as the primary spokesperson of the library. Candidates must have a public service background, strong fundraising skills and knowledge of the workings of local government. The Executive Director reports to the Board of Trustees.

Other Information
Salary range is $60,000 - $70,000 with a competitive benefits package.

Organization Description
Known for its outstanding public service and innovative programming, the library has a collection of 94,774 physical and digital items, an annual circulation of 282,000 (the second highest in Vermont), and brings in over 200,000 visitors each year. The library has a dedicated staff of eight full-time and eight part-time personnel, as well as dozens of volunteers.

How to Apply
Applications will be accepted until March 20, 2019, although interviews may begin earlier. To apply, please send a resume, cover letter, and the names of three references to: kellogghubbardedsearch@gmail.com.

Last Day to Apply
March 20, 2019

Safe Passage
Deputy Director of Development
(posted 01/31/2019)

New Gloucester, Maine

Job Description
The Deputy Director of Development (DDOD) works to advance Safe Passage’s mission through multi-channel fundraising efforts and collaboration with the development staff in the U.S. office (New Gloucester, Maine). The DDOD, together with the Director of Development (DOD), is responsible for ensuring the successful implementation of the annual strategic development plan. The DDOD prioritizes the cultivation and stewardship of donors, and ensures the success of the Annual Fund.

This position reports to the US Director/Director of Development. This position is directly reported to by the Annual Fund/Communications Manager and the Database Manager & Grants Research Specialist.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
• Manage a portfolio of major and mid-level prospects and supporters, carrying out direct cultivation and solicitation in-person or through secondary communication, as well as “moves management” in Raiser’s Edge
• Collaborate with the USD/DOD on annual strategic development planning
• Oversee the execution of the Annual Fund and ensure quality of all cultivation and solicitation pieces
• Ensure the quality of the Sponsorship Program via collaboration with the Sponsorship Team in Guatemala
• Recruit high-level support teams, including but not limited to:
o Families with adopted Guatemalan children
o VIP visitors
• Participate in the appropriate stewardship of all donors
• Flexible work schedule possible
• Travel required
• Annual visit to Guatemala anticipated

Qualifications
Education and professional attributes
• Bachelor’s degree with a minimum of 2 years fundraising/development experience
• Excellent verbal and written communications including copywriting and persuasive writing
• Highly organized and detail-oriented
• Personable, energetic, and able to take challenges in stride
• Able to travel up to one week each month
• Valid driver’s license, passport, and personal vehicle required
• Strong technical knowledge of fundraising/CRM systems such as Raiser’s Edge, Salesforce, Microsoft Office Suite, and Google Docs desired
• Fluent in conversational Spanish desired but not required


Organization Description
Safe Passage/Camino Seguro serves over 500 children and their families in the impoverished Guatemala City garbage dump community. Through groundbreaking education, daily meals, health care, social support services and adult education, Safe Passage aims to break the cycle of poverty. Safe Passage is currently transitioning from an after-school reinforcement program to an accredited full-day Expeditionary Learning school, adding one grade level each year through 9th grade.

How to Apply
Please email your cover letter and resume to info@safepassage.org with the subject "Deputy Director of Development"

Last Day to Apply
February 28, 2019

Maine Preservation
Director of Development
(posted 01/25/2019)

Yarmouth, ME

Job Description
Immediate opening. Full Time: 40 hours/week, Salary commensurate with experience and nonprofit work.

The Director of Development of Maine Preservation plans and executes development and communication efforts with the ability, work ethic and positive attitude to meet the ever-changing project demands of a growing and dynamic statewide nonprofit organization. The position reports to the Executive Director.

The Director of Development identifies donors for campaigns and fundraising events, develops campaign materials and solicits memberships, annual fund donors, patrons, sponsors and preservation professionals; identifies, applies to and provides grant reports for foundations and other grant funding sources; manages a robust and growing membership program and increases upper donors and overall membership; maintains donor relations, schedules donor visits for the Executive Director, and coordinates with and provides all staff support for the Development Committee; oversees the recording of donations, drafting of acknowledgements and updating of member records; plans and executes development campaigns and organizes and works with volunteers to organize and execute development events. Experience with creating a positive atmosphere and cultivating and galvanizing funders – including implementation of successful membership, annual fund campaigns and fundraising events – is preferred.

Because this is a hybrid position, the ideal candidate must also be able to plan and execute communications and marketing activities for the organization; develop communications plans; compose and distribute external communications including website, social media, Constant Contact email blasts, news releases, op-eds, and crowd-source activities; and oversee an annual magazine. The Director will also work in coordination with other staff to keep the website current and coordinate social media and other communications, as well as composing and editing documents.
Competence and aptitude with Microsoft programs including Access, Publisher, Excel, PowerPoint, Word and Outlook and especially Donor Perfect other relevant programs and apps is essential and a working knowledge of QuickBooks is helpful. The ability to skillfully use and learn other programs such as Adobe Suite is also helpful.

The Director of Development must be dependable, punctual, and trustworthy, able to work effectively both independently and as a team member, and manage and implement detailed work accurately and efficiently. The Director of Development must be able to juggle multiple priorities with enthusiasm, meet deadlines, accept and understand direction, communicate clearly and work well with other staff, trustees, volunteers and interns. Interest and ability in developing a working knowledge of historic preservation is essential.

A Bachelor’s degree is required, graduate work is a plus as is education or experience in historic preservation. The position offers broad exposure to committed people throughout Maine and to nationally recognized experts in the preservation field. The new Development Director will also gain familiarity with state-of-the-art methods for rehabilitation and repair of historic houses and buildings and with associated programs and policies. Interested candidates should provide both a cover letter and resume, and the deadline for responses is February 19, 2019.

Maine Preservation, founded in 1972, is the statewide historic preservation 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. Maine Preservation promotes and preserves historic places, buildings, downtowns and neighborhoods, strengthening the cultural and economic vitality of Maine communities.


Qualifications
A Bachelor's degree is required. Graduate work is a plus as is education or experience in historic preservation.


Organization Description
Maine Preservation is a statewide historic preservation 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that promotes and preserves historic places, buildings, downtowns and neighborhoods, strengthening the cultural and economic vitality of Maine communities.

How to Apply
Please submit a cover letter and resume to Philip Jones at philip@mainepreservation.org.

Last Day to Apply
2/19/19

The ALS Association
Director, Fundraising and Events
(posted 01/22/2019)

Concord, NH

Job Description
Bring your passion and leadership to join the fight against ALS!

The ALS Association Northern New England Chapter is seeking an energetic, mission driven professional to manage our chapter wide fund development operations. As the Director of Events for the states of New Hampshire, Maine and Vermont, you’ll be responsible for managing the activities which generates revenue through the Walk to Defeat ALS®, third party events as described below as well as other responsibilities as required or requested. You will experience the gratification of knowing that your work has significant impact on the lives of those dealing with this terrible disease. 

The ALS Association is the only national non-profit organization fighting Lou Gehrig’s Disease on every front.  As the preeminent ALS organization, the Association leads the way in research, care services, public education, and public policy – giving help and hope to those facing the disease.

This role is critical in the growth of The ALS Association Northern New England (NNE) Chapter which covers the states of Maine, New Hampshire and Vermont. This is a full-time regular position that reports directly to the Executive Director.

JOB SUMMARY

The Director of Events is responsible for successfully planning, leading and implementing all event fundraising activities in the chapter, including but not limited to, our signature event; Walk to Defeat ALS.

This position supervises two direct reports and manages numerous contract and vendor relationships.  As a member of the leadership team, the Director of Events participates in the NNE Chapter’s annual planning and budgeting process. 

Core duties and responsibilities include but are not limited to the following.  Other duties may be assigned.

Develop, implement and evaluate annual fund development plans and budgets for the event fundraising activities for the entire chapter. Set targets and meet or exceed fund development goals.
Hire, train, coach and evaluate fundraising staff. Carries out supervisory responsibilities in accordance with the Association’s policies and applicable laws. Responsibilities include and are not limited to interviewing, hiring, and training employees; planning, assigning, and directing work; addressing performance and conducting regular performance reviews.
 Develop and execute a communications and marketing strategy for all event fundraising efforts.
Work with the Executive Director and fundraising and care service teams to develop and implement process for cultivation and stewardship for current and prospective donors 
Create dynamic materials and presentations for individual and corporate prospects and renewals.
Develop and manage strategic alliances and effective working relationship with all business and corporate partners.
Identify opportunities within the chapter to expand revenue through events, mid-level donors, major   donors and/or corporate sponsors.
Function as team player as well as an integral member of the chapter’s leadership team. Participate in the planning of all-staff meetings to ensure cross-departmental communications and high level of coordinated teamwork and   morale among all staff members.
Convey a professional and positive image at all times that reflects favorably on The ALS Association.

Qualifications
Bachelor’s degree required, with minimum three to five years staff management experience with increasing responsibilities in event fundraising.
Three to five years of direct experience in peer-to-peer fundraising, such as Walk and Run events are a must.
A proven success record in managing diverse and multiple fundraising events, working with local and remote staff and volunteers to achieve desired outcomes.  Experience working successfully in a goal-driven environment.
A strong work ethic, essential for this demanding environment that continually strives for excellence.
Skilled communicator, with superior interpersonal, verbal and written skills. Ability to effectively articulate the organization’s mission and impact.
 An incredible passion for our mission that invigorates and excites everyone with whom you connect
A dynamic, driven and sophisticated professional excited by the opportunity to help shape the future of the fundraising department and the organization as a whole.
Able to handle confidential information and maintain confidentiality.
 Proficiency with Microsoft Office Suite required. 
Experience using Luminate, and CRM database programs desired.
Strong Knowledge of corporate leaders in Maine, New Hampshire and Vermont a plus.
Ability to bend, lift and carry equipment and other materials (up to 30 pounds).
Ability to travel up to 50% of the time and work occasional nights and weekends for Association business and events. May require occasional travel outside of the chapter a for regional or national meetings.
Must have and maintain a valid driver’s license and a good driving record. Must maintain required insurance on automobile driven for business purposes.
The ALS Association is an EO employer – M/F/Veteran/Disability


Organization Description
The ALS Association National Office, located in Washington DC and the Northern New England Chapter, located in Concord, NH, work together to accomplish our mission, “To discover treatments and a cure for ALS, and to serve, advocate for, and empower people affected by ALS to live their lives to the fullest.” The Northern New England Chapter focuses primarily on helping local patients and families live with ALS, while the National Office focuses primarily on research and advocacy. The National Office also supports the Chapters by providing up-to-date information and materials.

How to Apply
For more information or to apply for this position:
https://alsassociation.applytojob.com/apply/K3pMAguVqk/Director-Of-Fundraising-And-Events-Concord-NH

Last Day to Apply
02/15/2019

THE NEW ENGLAND COLLEGE OF OPTOMETRY
Chief Development Officer
(posted 01/22/2019)

Boston, Massachusetts

Job Description
NECO seeks a proven philanthropic leader to serve as Chief Development Officer (CDO). This individual will report to the President, be a member of the Presidents leadership team, and serve as the primary liaison to the Development subcommittee of the Board of Trustees.

The CDO will create and manage a portfolio of donor prospects and work closely with the President, Dean, and other senior leaders at NECO to achieve fundraising goals and maximize financial support for the College and its Eye Centers. The CDO is responsible for all aspects of the fundraising efforts of NECO, including the development of a fundraising strategy to solicit financial support through individual giving, major gifts, planned giving, corporate and foundation giving, and to increase and extend alumni participation. The CDO will develop, establish and report on annual fundraising goals; oversee the daily operations of the fundraising team; build and manage a robust database for research and prospect tracking, gift acknowledgement and gift processing; coordinate annual fundraising appeals; manage the communications and special events relating to fundraising; and work closely with senior leadership to develop and align proposals with institutional priorities and match them to the interests of foundations. The CDO will work closely with the President, Board and senior leaders to develop compelling opportunities for philanthropic support that would appeal to a variety of donors, identify and cultivate new donors, raise awareness of the role philanthropy plays throughout the organization, and strengthen NECO's network and profile in Boston. The CDO will work with the President and community to complete a capital campaign culminating in the celebration of NECO's 125th anniversary in 2020.

This is an exciting opportunity for a confident and energetic fundraising professional eager to take on a broader role in developing the philanthropic programs of a small, collegial, team-oriented and financially sound school of optometry, while strengthening their experience and standing in influencing institution-wide strategy. The successful candidate will have a demonstrated track record of fundraising knowledge and success, strong management and leadership abilities, the presence and maturity to navigate complex relationships with diverse constituents, and excellent written and verbal communication skills. We seek a passionate, dynamic, operationally focused and strategically oriented colleague with the interpersonal skills to build and foster relationships, identify and seize opportunities, and stimulate and motivate individuals to advance our commitment to change the way people see the world through optometric education, discovery and excellence in patient care.
Anticipated (estimated) allocation of time:
• Front-line fundraising, including capital campaign 50%
• Communications and event planning 10% to 15% • Grant and proposal writing, stewardship, annual reporting 20% to 25%
• Managing staff, analysis, meetings, administrative responsibilities 15%
Responsibilities:
• Develop, communicate and execute fundraising strategies (and objectives) including donor engagement and solicitation, corporate and foundation grants, annual appeals, individual giving, workplace giving, major gifts and planned giving.
• Develop and manage comprehensive communication and engagement/event strategies for prospective donors, and evaluate the impact of these programs on fundraising goals.
• Engage individual donors, institutional funders and volunteers and create and document complex gift strategies and structures.
• Proactively identify new funding sources and maintain relationships with current donors; work in collaboration with the President, staff and Board on potential funding avenues for programs and initiatives; maintain existing corporate relationships and develop new industry partnerships.
• Evaluate, refine and manage Development operational processes and systems and ensure NECOs infrastructure and reporting capabilities support the organizations fundraising needs.
• Work closely with the President, Dean and senior leaders to match funders with identified needs of NECO and create and implement a foundation cultivation, solicitation and stewardship plan annually; create annual reporting stewardship plans for each foundation gift received and for the individual and corporate donors identified (including required financial reports to accompany narratives on funds).
• Develop and execute major gift proposals including writing, scheduling and archiving.
• Monitor all donor information, prepare and present statistical analysis to the President and Board, research funding sources and trends, and make recommendations to best prepare NECO for major funding challenges and new opportunities.
• Cultivate, solicit and close every level of giving, from small to large.
• Report on the status of the development pipeline and its impact on revenue goals and financial forecasts.
• Collaborate with board members and prepare agendas and materials for Development Committee meetings of the Board of Trustees.



Qualifications
• Masters or Bachelors degree;
• Knowledge of and successful experience with Raiser's Edge fundraising software;
• Successful experience writing proposals for multi-year gifts from foundations and ensuring exemplary stewardship of these gifts and relationships;
• 10 plus year of frontline fundraising experience and success;
• 7 plus years direct supervisory experience in a development organization;
• Experience within an academic, research, or hospital/health care environment is preferred but not required.


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How to Apply
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Last Day to Apply
04/09/2019

Center for Life Management
Director of Fund Development
(posted 01/11/2019)

Derry, New Hampshire

Job Description
Summary Statement -
Reporting to the President/CEO and being a member of the Senior Leadership Team, The Director of Fund Development creates and oversees the implementation of a strategic approach to fundraising that may include major gifts, corporate donations, grant solicitation, in-kind resources and ongoing cultivation, solicitation and stewardship of donors throughout the community and region.
Essential Functions and Description of Duties -
 Plan fund development activities and collaborate with the President/CEO to create a fund development plan which increases revenues to support the strategic direction of the organization;
 Develop and implement the fund development plans in accordance with ethical fundraising practices and principles;
 Monitor and evaluate all fundraising activities to ensure that the fundraising goals are being achieved;
 Monitor trends in the community or region and adapt fundraising strategies as necessary;
 Organize fund development activities and develop and manage timelines for various fundraising activities to ensure strategic plans and critical fund raising processes are carried out in a timely manner;
 Prepare and submit grant applications as outlined in the fund development plan to generate funds for the organization;
 Oversee the planning and execution of special fundraising events with donors and potential donors as specified in the fund development plan to generate funds for the organization;
 Identify and develop corporate, community and individual prospects for the organization's fundraising priorities;
 Oversee the administration of a donor mailing list and database which respects the privacy and confidentiality of donor information;
 Coordinate in-kind donations and make decisions regarding the issuing of receipts;
 Engage volunteers for special fund development projects using volunteer management best practices;
 Manage fund development budget and develop and gain approval for an annual income and expenditure budget for the fund development program;
 Prepare regular reports on progress, budgets, receipts and expenditure related to fundraising and the management of the fund development activities. Monitor expenses and analyze budget reports on fund development and recommend changes as necessary;
 Foster an understanding of philanthropy within the organization while partnering and collaborating with internal constituents on fund development initiatives and activities;
 Develop a comprehensive communication plan to promote the organization to its donors and maximize public awareness of the fundraising activities of the organization;
 Coordinate the design, printing and distribution of marketing and communication materials for development efforts;
 Build relationships with community stakeholders to advance the mission and fundraising goals of the organization.


Qualifications
Qualifications, Skills, Experience and Education -
A Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science degree in a related field is required, and a certification as a Certified Fund Raising Executive (CFRE) is strongly preferred. The ideal candidate will possess an extremely high comfort level asking for contributions and gifts from donors. Exceptional communication skills (verbal and written) along with ease and comfort presenting to large and small groups of individuals is essential.


Other Information
Experience with fundraising software (such as Blackbaud or Raiser’s Edge) is required, along with proficiency with Microsoft Office products including Word, Excel and Outlook. The ideal candidate will possess 5 – 8 years of progressively-responsible fundraising experience and should demonstrate competence in the following areas -
 Creativity/Innovation: Develop new and unique ways to improve the finances of the organization and to create new opportunities.
 Behave Ethically: Understand ethical behavior and business practices and ensure own behavior and the behavior of others are consistent with these standards and aligns with the values of the organization.
 Build Relationships: Establish and maintain positive working relationships with others, both internally and externally, to achieve the goals of the organization.
 Communicate Effectively: Speak, listen and write in a clear, thorough and timely manner using appropriate and effective communication tools and techniques.
 Focus on Donor Needs: Anticipate, understand, and respond to the needs of donors to meet or exceed their expectations within the organizational parameters.
 Foster Teamwork: Works cooperatively and effectively with others to set goals, resolve problem, and make decisions that enhance organizational effectiveness.
 Lead: Positively influence others to achieve results that are in the best interest of the organization.
 Make Decisions: Assess situations to determine the importance, urgency and risks, and make clear decisions which are timely and in the best interests of the organization.
 Organize: Set priorities, develop a work schedule, and monitor progress towards goals, and track details, data, information and activities.
 Plan: Determine strategies to move the organization forward, set goals, create and implement actions plans, and evaluate the process and results.
 Solve Problems: Assess problem situations to identify causes, gather and process relevant information, generate possible solutions, and make recommendations and/or resolve the problem.

Physical Demands and Working Conditions –
This is a full-time, forty-hour per week position, though additional hours and evenings may be necessary to attend events and functions. Work will include long periods of sitting and standing and driving, so reliable transportation and a valid driver’s license is required. Time will be spent on the phone and sitting in front of a computer. Some lifting up to 15 pounds may be required.


Organization Description
For detailed company information please visit our website -
www.centerforlifemanagement.org

How to Apply
email resume and cover letter to jtroupe@clmnh.org

Last Day to Apply
March 1, 2019

Safe Passage
Database Manager & Grants Research Specialist
(posted 01/09/2019)

New Gloucester, Maine

Job Description
The Database Manager & Grants Research Specialist fills a crucial research and information-sharing role for Safe Passage/Camino Seguro, ensuring the quality of data collection/management essential for donor-centric fundraising and an effective grant strategy. This is a non-benefited position averaging 24-30 hours weekly depending on workload and has the potential to grow into a full-time position.

As Database Manager, the responsibilities of the position (75%) are to serve as the manager for our fundraising database (Raiser’s Edge), using the data to support and promote the fundraising initiatives of the development program in the United States and Guatemala. It requires a high competency with RE and the ability to strategically utilize the data to target VIP donors, support the development of our Strategic Plan, the distribution of our communications materials and provide background materials for reporting purposes.

The Grants Research component (25%) of the position explores the unique funding opportunities for a school seeking to break the cycle of poverty in the Guatemala City garbage dump community. Opportunities may include foundations, corporations, or government sources. This individual will collaborate with the US Director/Development Director, the US-based team and the Guatemalan development team in the writing of the grants and play a key role in grant reporting.

I. Essential duties and responsibilities – Database Management
A. Manage and track all mass data extractions for mailing lists and other communications
B. Ensure data accuracy and maintenance procedures are followed
C. Help ensure the accuracy and integrity of the data, including input and output
D. Prepare annual fund analysis and reports in coordination with the US Director/DOD & Comptroller
E. Identify/recommend essential next steps/follow-through for individual donors
F. Prepare profiles, monthly reports and updates as requested by US Director/DOD
G. Support SP staff on proper RE protocol and procedures

II. Essential duties and responsibilities – Grant Research
A. Research grant opportunities
B. Compile a universal grant resource document
C. Collaborate with team in grant writing and reporting.

Qualifications


III. Education and Professional Attributes
A. Bachelor’s degree with at least 3 years of experience in the development industry
B. Skilled capacity with Raiser’s Edge and Microsoft Office
C. Excellent written and verbal communication skills
D. Highly organized and detail-oriented
E. A collaborative problem-solver


Organization Description
Safe Passage/Camino Seguro is a 501(c)3 organization that helps the children of the Guatemala City garbage dump community break the cycle of poverty through education, emphasizing life skills and perseverance in order to thrive in work and contribute to their community. Our school provides programming for children from 4 years old to 18. It is supplemented by adult education and a women’s entrepreneurial program. We provide comprehensive and integrated programs that foster hope, health, and wellness, educational rigor, self-sufficiency, self-esteem and confidence within a safe and caring environment. As 90% of our operating funds come from outside of Guatemala, the US office is responsible for managing all outreach efforts. The Database Manager & Grants Research Specialist is a crucial member of that team.

How to Apply
Please send letter of interest, resume and salary requirements to annamarie@safepassage.org with “application for Database Manager & Grants Research Specialist” in the subject line. No phone calls, please. Start date negotiable.

Hospice of Southern Maine
Campaign Event & Fundraising Assistant
(posted 01/07/2019)

Scarborough, Maine

Job Description
The Campaign Event and Fundraising Assistant works as part of the Development and Outreach Department team to help keep the campaign appeals and events on schedule. The position is part time 16 hours per week and expected to work through the two year campaign up to 12/31/2020.

Works with the Development & Outreach Director and Development Department staff to plan, coordinate and execute campaign events and fundraising appeals within designated time frame of capital campaign. Assists team with preparing, customizing, updating and organizing materials for events, appeals, donor meetings and activities, as directed by the Development & Outreach Director. Works with the Development team to produce and execute internal communications with donors and staff, and campaign leaders.


Please visit our website for a full description at www.hospiceofsouthernmaine.org



Hospice of Southern Maine is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer, and does not discriminate against applicants or employees on the basis of race, color, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion, national origin, age, veteran status, disability or any other characteristic protected by applicable law. All employment decisions shall be consistent with the principles of equal employment opportunity. In order to ensure reasonable accommodation for individuals protected by Section 503 of the Rehabilitation Act, the Vietnam Veterans’ Readjustment Act, the Maine Human Rights Act, and Title I of the Americans with Disabilities Act, applicants that require accommodation in the job application process may contact the Human Resources Office at 207-289-3640 or by e-mail at hr@hospiceofsouthernmaine.org for assistance.

EOE AA M/F/Vet/Disability

Qualifications
Associates Degree required; Bachelor’s degree preferred. Minimum of 1 year experience working in a fundraising department, as a project manager, on a capital campaign, or executing events.Proven ability to effectively manage the design, production and delivery of mass mailings and communications. Proven ability to communicate accurately and effectively, verbally and in writing. Microsoft Office experience is required, with competency on Excel; Raiser’s Edge experience preferred. Valid driver’s license with an automobile that is insured in accordance with state and/or agency requirements and is in good working order.

How to Apply
Hospice of Southern Maine
Attn: HR Department
180 US Route One
Scarborough, ME 04074
hr@hospiceofsouthernmaine.org
fax: 207-289-3163

Last Day to Apply
02/28/2019

White Pine Programs
Advancement Director
(posted 01/02/2019)

York, Maine

Job Description
Position Summary: We’re excited to welcome the Advancement Director (AD) as a new position on our team! The AD will bring specialized skill in development and marketing as well as an open mind to help evolve and grow this new role. With the support of the Executive Director and the Board of Directors, the AD is part of the team propelling WPP forward in its new stage of growth and opportunity. The AD will be expected to strengthen and diversify WPP’s funding sources & community relationships as well as work closely with the Director’s team securing the resources needed to deliver and grow our high quality programming.


Qualifications
Requirements:
-4-Year college degree (or equivalent educational experiences)
-3 years measured, successful development experience
-Knowledge of individual, corporate and foundation giving
-2 years of recent experience with successful, nonprofit marketing/outreach/public relations
-Appreciation of nature, outdoors & education efforts
-Ability to travel within the region.
-Schedule flexibility - weekend and / or nights as needed

Minimum Skills & Experience:
-Superior oral and written communications skills
-Successful events management
-Self-directed with ability to collaborate & take instruction
-Supervisory experience with a commitment to diversity & inclusion
-Successful grant writing & cultivation of foundation relationships
-Working knowledge Google suite, Raiser’s Edge NXT & Microsoft office
-Ability to produce under tight deadlines with multiple priorities

Additional Qualities & Skills Desired
-Knowledge of and commitment to White Pine Programs mission, vision & strategic plan
-Organized, proactive approach to completing work
-Collaborates well with others

Compensation & Benefits:
-Full-time, salaried position (avg 32 hrs/wk)
-Salary Commensurate with experience
-Expected start date of early Spring 2019
-Partial benefits may be available after grace period

Development Responsibilities
-Develops, implements and oversees organizational Advancement Plan
-Meets clearly stated outcomes for Comprehensive Campaign through proactive, organized work
-Oversees and assists the Executive Director and Board with stewardship & cultivation
-Composes and produces grant applications, proposal letters, reports and other written materials
-Implements efforts to secure new and untapped resources in a diversity of areas
-Leads & oversees all fundraising efforts with Board of Directors & Committees
-Manages donor relationships through Raiser’s Edge NXT including documentation, donation tracking, appreciation, acknowledgement, profiles, prospecting, mailing lists etc.
-Maintains donor relationships with individuals, businesses, foundations etc.
-Serves as lead coordinator of fundraising campaigns including upcoming Comprehensive Campaign
-Commits to regular travel to meet with donors, foundations, attend workshops & conferences

Marketing/Public Relations Responsibilities
-Leads the staff team & Board committee in marketing, outreach and public relations efforts
-Oversees the design, implementation and management of White Pine Programs visibility, media and marketing campaigns (e.g. email, social media, print, website, etc.)
-Works closely with Program Director to strategize program development, evaluation & measuring outcomes
-Initiates & grows relationships in new markets for programs
-Develops, oversees and implements organizational Marketing & Public Relations Plan
-Works with admin staff to help meet program enrollment targets via marketing efforts
-Performs any other duties as assigned by the Executive Director


Organization Description
Organization Summary: Since 1999, White Pine Programs (WPP) has been the premier provider of year-round nature connection programs in the seacoast region of Northern New England. White Pine Programs forges deep nature connections that restore peace and build personal resilience. WPP fosters a team oriented work environment that values respect, integrity, authenticity, flexibility as well as creativity and positive, solution based approaches to challenges.

How to Apply
Please apply through our website or this direct link: https://whitepineprograms.org/about/join-our-team/

Last Day to Apply
February 28th 2019

Concord Hospital
Trust Database Manager
(posted 12/14/2018)

Concord, NH

Job Description
Concord Hospital has a full time opportunity for a Trust Database Manager.

Reporting to the Annual Giving Director, the Trust Database Manager manages the fund raising database and all gift recording, acknowledgment and reporting activities for the Trust including reconciling financial monthly with Accounting.

The Manager also provides software support for various online fund raising platforms and supports the Director of Annual Giving in initiatives designed to obtain, retain, renew, and upgrade donors.








Qualifications
Minimum requirements include:

- Bachelor's Degree or equivalent;
- Demonstrated experience in database management;
- Competency with Blackbaud Raisers Edge and Net Community software;
- Knowledge of Internet software, spreadsheet software and Word XP Word Processing software;
- A minimum of three years experience in philanthropy or other not-for-profit organization, plus three years of managing Blackbaud experience;
- Peer to peer fundraising software experience preferred.

How to Apply
www.concordhospital.org/careers

Last Day to Apply
open

Flynn Center for the Performing Arts
Director of Development
(posted 12/11/2018)

Burlington, VT

Job Description
The Director of Development oversees the Flynn’s donor relations program and manages a broad range of fundraising initiatives. The director works closely with senior management and the Board to accomplish multiple departmental and organizational objectives. The successful candidate will be a strategic leader with 8+ years fundraising, foundation relationship, and grant writing experience. Excellent interpersonal and verbal communication skills required, as well as comfort with an active, public role representing the Flynn Center.

For a detailed job description and more information, visit:
http://www.flynncenter.org/about-us/employment-and-internship-opportunities.html




Qualifications
QUALIFICATIONS

• Highly accomplished and well-rounded fund raising professional with proven ability in securing leadership and transformational gifts for all purposes- capital, operating, endowment and programs
• Demonstrated track record in the management of successful development programs, successfully soliciting and closing gifts, and staff and volunteer management.
• Very well-organized, able to plan strategically, set priorities and focus on details and follow through while not losing sight of the big picture
• Flexibility to welcome and embrace change and the ability to balance the many challenges inherent in an active and lively organization.
• Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
• Relevant experience in individual giving programs, campaigns, sponsorship, grant writing, benefit events and planned giving.
• Sound understanding of and enthusiasm for the mission of the Flynn Center and the ability to articulately convey this mission to others.
• Be highly personable with the ability to represent the Flynn and to and deal effectively with a wide range of individuals and organizations inside and outside of the Flynn, requiring good public relations, public speaking, marketing, donor cultivation/solicitation, coordinating/liaison, and negotiating skills.
• Experience with fund raising technology and integrated database systems. Experience with Tessitura a plus.



How to Apply
Please submit application materials by January 15, 2019 to:
Flynn Center for the Performing Arts
Human Resources Department
153 Main Street
Burlington, Vermont 05401
or email HResources@flynncenter.org
No phone calls, please. EOE

Last Day to Apply
01/15/2019

Community College System of New Hampshire
Development Coordinator
(posted 11/28/2018)

Concord, NH

Job Description
Position Title: Development Coordinator

Location: CCSNH System Office (Concord, NH)

Salary: $20.82/hr. - $22.56/hr., depending on qualifications and experience. Includes a generous and comprehensive employee benefits program.

Status: Regular Full-Time, Non-Exempt

General Summary:
This position provides administrative support to the CCSNH Chief Advancement Officer (CAO) in support of fundraising efforts and development operations for the CCNH Foundation. This position requires superior administrative skills, attention to detail, and comprehension of the essential varied priorities of a development office; involves frequent contact with key volunteers and donors, community stakeholders, faculty and staff. Must be able to work independently and exercise sound judgment in varied situations.

Principal Duties and Responsibilities:

Fundraising Support:

-Coordinate all aspects of support for CAO to include: scheduling and organizing meetings with donors/prospects, conducting prospect research, arranging travel and completing travel reimbursement documents, making and returning telephone calls, and receiving, organizing, and responding to correspondence.
-Answer donor/prospect inquiries within approved parameters.
-Working closely under supervision of CAO, recruit, cultivate, and train key volunteers in pursuit of fundraising initiatives.
-Coordinate gift acknowledgment process and related stewardship of donor intent. Assist with development of gift proposals and agreements.
-Develop and distribute communications with colleges and local advisory boards under the direction of the CAO.
-Assist in organization and execution of donor events, board and advisory group activities. As required, coordinate logistical details, including preparation of materials and invitations and coordination with vendors.

Development Operations Support:

-Coordinate Foundation Board meetings to include: confirming agenda and distributing meeting materials, reserving and setting up space, ordering catering, and taking and distributing minutes. Assist in Power Point presentation development.
-Coordinate enhancements/updates for the Foundation website.
-Under supervision of CAO, coordinate all aspects of daily operation for donor database. Responsibilities include entering and correcting data within constituent records, tracking and reporting gifts, and providing technical support.
-Work within the donor database to generate and modify reports for use for development operations. Maintain donor agreements and other departmental records.
-Prepare and anticipate correspondence needs including letters, agendas, meeting reports, and proposals.
-Proofread, gather support information, and prepare relevant spreadsheets, charts, and graphs for proposals and gift agreements.

Qualifications
Qualifications:

Education: Associates degree. Bachelor’s degree preferred.

Experience: Minimum of five years of administrative support and knowledge of standard office practices, procedures, and software. Education or specialized training may be counted towards minimum experience requirement.

License/Certification: Valid driver’s license or access to transportation for statewide travel.

Additional Desired Qualifications:
Knowledge of office practices, procedures and use of electronic equipment as required by department. Excellent written and persuasive verbal communication skills. Excellent organizational and interpersonal skills, including tact and diplomacy. Ability to work independently and collaboratively communicate with college and system office staff. Ability to maintain donor confidentiality when warranted. Fundraising experience in public higher education. General knowledge of charitable giving vehicles, estate planning, and current laws governing charitable giving. Comprehensive campaign experience in the higher education or non-profit arena.

Other Information
Disclaimer Statement: This job description lists typical examples of work and is not intended to include every job duty and responsibility specific to a position. An employee may be required to perform other related duties not listed provided that such duties are characteristic of that classification.

Organization Description
The Community College System of New Hampshire's purpose is to provide residents with affordable, accessible education and training that aligns with the needs of New Hampshire’s businesses and communities, delivered through an innovative, efficient, and collaborative system of colleges. CCSNH is dedicated to the educational, professional, and personal success of its students; a skilled workforce for our state’s businesses; and a strong New Hampshire economy.

How to Apply
Interested candidates should upload a letter of interest and resume when they complete their online application at:
https://ccsnh.clearcompany.com/careers/jobs/2fa86e15-d3ce-b0f4-300e-233d51ef87df/apply?source=916292-CS-33106

Last Day to Apply
Open until filled

Lakes Region Conservation Trust
Development Director
(posted 11/26/2018)

Center Harbor, NH

Job Description
The LRCT Development Director will be responsible for the organization and implementation of LRCT’s major gift, land campaign, and endowment-building efforts. The Development Director will work under the direction and supervision of the President and collaborate closely with the Membership Director. The Development Director will also work with other staff members, members of the Board of Trustees, and volunteers when they are involved in fundraising efforts. Duties will include organization and execution of fund development activities, supervision and management of fund development data, and communication and contact with donors. This is a full-time position and requires an individual who is committed to the mission of LRCT, knowledgeable about the geography and demographics of the Lakes Region, and experienced in the best practices of the non-profit sector,and who enjoys motivating people and achieving defined goals.

Qualifications
Bachelor's degree in a relevant field and 3-10 years of relevant professional experience.
Demonstrated ability in the field of non-profit fund development, including work with major donors and preparation of grant applications.
Demonstrated knowledge of the geography and demographics of the Lakes Region.
Excellent oral and written communication skills.
Excellent organizational abilities.
Attention to detail and ability to manage multiple priorities.
Demonstrated leadership and initiative to manage, inspire, and advise fellow staff, Board members, and volunteers assisting with development activities.
Competency in Microsoft Office and in DonorPerfect, and proficiency in word processing and record-keeping tasks.
Strong interpersonal and relationship-building skills.
Demonstrated work ethic, energy, creativity, initiative, and ability to work as part of a team.
Availability to work occasional weekend and evening hours.
Access to a vehicle and a valid driver’s license for work-related travel within the Lakes Region (with mileage reimbursed at the IRS rate).
Enthusiasm for and commitment to LRCT’s land conservation mission.

Other Information
For the full position description, please visit: https://lrct.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/07/Job-Description-LRCT-Development-Director-2018.pdf

Organization Description
The Lakes Region Conservation Trust (LRCT) is an independent, non-profit, member-supported organization dedicated to the permanent protection, stewardship, and respectful use of lands that define the character of New Hampshire’s Lakes Region and its quality of life. Founded in 1979, LRCT acquires and stewards land and conservation easements that encompass some of the region’s favorite natural, scenic, and recreational assets – mountains and ridgelines, islands and shorelines, forests and farmland − and help to make the Lakes Region a special place to live, work, and play in every season of the year. Since its founding, LRCT has protected over 25,000 acres of conservation land in the region, in a total of more than 140 properties. The lands owned by LRCT total over 18,000 acres and at the time of their acquisition had an appraised value of over $30 million. In 2017 LRCT received accreditation from the national Land Trust Accreditation Commission, indicating that LRCT has demonstrated sound finances, ethical conduct, responsible governance, and lasting stewardship of the organization’s conserved lands.

How to Apply
Please submit a resume, a cover letter explaining who you are and why you are interested in and well-suited for the position (this letter will serve as a writing sample), and three professional references by mail to Don Berry, President, Lakes Region Conservation Trust, PO Box 766, Center Harbor, NH 03226 or by email to dberry@lrct.org. Questions will be accepted by email. Applications will be considered as they are received, and the position will be open until filled.

Last Day to Apply
2/15/2019

USS Constitution Museum
Chief Development Officer
(posted 11/26/2018)

Boston, MA

Job Description
www.ussconstitutionmuseum.org

The USS Constitution Museum – a private, nonprofit, multi-award winning museum and Smithsonian affiliate – seeks a highly experienced development professional to lead and expand the fund development program for this beloved nonprofit with a four-star rating from Charity Navigator. The new Chief Development Officer (CDO) will join the museum at an exciting and pivotal time, to help champion a campaign to build a state-of-the-art museum as part of a multi-million-dollar redevelopment project in the Charlestown Navy Yard. Partnering with the President and Board, and leading the efforts of the development team, the CDO will serve as the face of the museum in generating philanthropic funds that preserve the history and legacy of one of the nation’s foremost historic icons.

Position Summary:
Reporting to the museum President, the CDO will develop a strategic fundraising plan that includes leading and launching a capital campaign in support of the museum’s relocation in the Navy Yard with enhancements to exhibits and programs; a “best-practice” major gifts program; and ways to leverage and build on current individual, corporate/foundation, and planned giving efforts, as well as special events.


Qualifications
Requirements include: Bachelor’s degree, 7+ years’ progressively responsible development leadership experience; solid track record in major and planned giving, and building and managing a prospect portfolio; knowledge of corporate/foundation relations; experience with campaigns; exceptional communications, relationship-building, and presentation skills; and passion for the museum’s mission.

Organization Description
Established 40 years ago, the USS Constitution Museum serves as the “voice” of USS Constitution, a wooden ship so sturdy and strong it earned the name “Old Ironsides.” The ship herself is situated next door to the museum along Boston’s waterfront and Freedom Trail. It is the world’s oldest commissioned warship, defending sea lanes against global threats from 1797-1855; to this day, “America’s Ship of State” is commanded by a naval officer leading a crew of active duty sailors.

Welcoming nearly a half-million visitors a year, the USS Constitution Museum offers an array of exhibits and demonstrations that transport visitors back in time to experience life on the ship and in Boston during the 18th-19th centuries. The museum’s robust education program serves thousands of school children each year and offers an award-winning online curriculum used by teachers across the country. A landmark initiative, “All Aboard!,” provides student-centered STEM and history-based programs that integrate ship and museum hands-on and immersive experiences.

The museum also houses a comprehensive collection of resources related to the ship including a 2,000-volume library, manuscript collection, and artifacts such as muskets and swords, journals and paintings, uniforms and clothing, and medical and navigational instruments. It has garnered numerous awards for exhibits and education, including from the American Alliance of Museums and Parents Choice Foundation. In 2004 the museum was honored at the White House with one of six National Awards for Museum and Library Service.


How to Apply
To express interest or obtain more information, please contact:
Nicole Gakidis at ngakidis@eesrecruit.com or Mary Ann Botelho at mabotelho@eesrecruit.com
This is an exclusive search of Exceptional Executive Search.


Last Day to Apply
indefinite

Norwich University
Assistant Director of Online Engagement
(posted 11/26/2018)

Northfield VT

Job Description


The Assistant Director for Online Engagement is responsible for overseeing all aspects of Norwich's Blackbaud NetCommunity (BBNC) portal and its integration with the Raiser's Edge platform. This includes strategically developing and managing BBNC to engage an estimated 26,000 alumni, parents and friends of the University, expand participation, increase event attendance, and improve data integrity and collection. A vital member of the Development, Alumni Relations and Communications teams, the Assistant Director is responsible for the planning, implementation, evaluation of outreach strategies and effective integration with Raisers Edge and the university's web platform.

Essential Functions:

Responsible for all aspects of the alumni.norwich.edu website, including the structure, content development, aesthetics, analytics and evaluation of the BBNC platform.

Liaison to Blackbaud on technical issues; directing BBNC product updates/improvements

Overseeing multiple university department's use of the BBNC platform for strategic development and deployment of registration forms, informational pages, and mass email, and analyzing, evaluating and reporting results

Developing role-based registration forms for on- and off-campus events and track response

Developing analytic reports to analyze web traffic and determine ROI

Formatting and deploying eNewsletters (@NU, NU Connect, various Colleges)

Event support






Qualifications
A bachelor's degree preferred.



Other Information
Norwich University is an Equal Opportunity Employer and is committed to providing a positive education and work environment that recognizes and respects the dignity of all students, faculty and staff. Reasonable accommodations will be made for the known disability of an otherwise qualified applicant. Please contact the Office of Human Resources at nuhr@norwich.edu for assistance.

All candidates must be a US Citizen/Permanent Resident legally eligible to work in the US without sponsorship now or in the future. A post offer, pre-employment background check will be required of the successful candidate.

Norwich University offers a comprehensive benefit package that includes medical, dental, vision, group life and long term disability insurance, flexible-spending accounts for health and dependent care, 403(b) retirement plan with employer match, employee assistance program, paid time off including parental leave, and tuition scholarships for eligible employees and their family members.



Organization Description
Norwich University is a diversified academic institution that educates residential students - both military and civilian lifestyles - and working adults across the globe. Norwich offers a broad selection of traditional and distance-learning programs culminating in baccalaureate and master's degrees, and graduate certificates. Founded in 1819 by U.S. Army Capt. Alden Partridge, Norwich is the oldest private military college in the country and the birthplace of the Reserve Officers' Training Corps (ROTC).

How to Apply
Please provide a cover letter and resume: https://norwich.interviewexchange.com

Last Day to Apply
Open until filled

Norwich University
Assistant Director of Class Giving
(posted 11/26/2018)

Northfield VT

Job Description
Create and maintain a culture of philanthropy for all classes at Norwich University. Engage non-reunion, reunion, students, and young alumni for an increased connection, understanding, and support of the University's annual giving and its needs. Duties include event coordination and volunteer management. Additionally make connections with new and old prospects and constituents to build deeper connections to Norwich University and develop relationships that foster its needs. Primary responsibilities include, Faculty/Staff Giving, Reunion Classes, and managing a portfolio of Partridge Society Level Giving.

Manage/organize the following events:

Student Philanthropy Council

Tag Day

100's Night

Senior Class Gift



Essential Functions



Student Philanthropy Council
•Manage and train members of the Student Philanthropy Council in all aspects of philanthropy and Norwich University related material.
•Work with senior members of the Student Philanthropy Council in order to create a Senior Gift campaign.
•Host events and fundraisers such as TAG Day and Senior Week that increase student's interaction with Norwich development, philanthropy, and school spirit.
•Encourage the Student Philanthropy Council to assist Development, Alumni Relations, and other campus organizations with tasks that promote Norwich University and philanthropy.



Alumni Reunion Classes
•Manage several youngest reunion classes
•Encourage class giving, including increased participation
•Act as single point of contact for reunion related information for classes



Manage Portfolio
•Manage portfolio of approximately 300 prospects who give at the Partridge Society level ($1,000+)



Faculty/Staff Giving
•Cultivate increased participation by faculty/staff through outreach
•Recruit, train and oversee Faculty and Staff campaign committee











Qualifications
Bachelor's degree preferred

2-3 years of experience in development or related field

Experience in higher education or non-profit environment preferred.
Experience with Raiser's Edge or similar software preferred.



Core Competencies
•Strong analytical skills, outstanding organizational skills and superb attention to detail are a must.
•Must be able to maintain confidentiality.
•Outstanding verbal and written communication skills.
•Ability to work in fast-paced, high volume environment.
•Able to prioritize, multi-task and meet deadlines.
•Knowledge of MS Office, Word, Excel and Outlook.
•Advanced Excel or database experience helpful.
•Ability to communicate with co-workers and business contacts in a courteous and professional manner; exhibit grace under pressure.
•Ability to relate effectively with all members of a diverse academic community.

Other Information
Norwich University is an Equal Opportunity Employer and is committed to providing a positive education and work environment that recognizes and respects the dignity of all students, faculty and staff. Reasonable accommodations will be made for the known disability of an otherwise qualified applicant. Please contact the Office of Human Resources at nuhr@norwich.edu for assistance.

All candidates must be a US Citizen/Permanent Resident legally eligible to work in the US without sponsorship now or in the future. A post offer, pre-employment background check will be required of the successful candidate.

Norwich University offers a comprehensive benefit package that includes medical, dental, vision, group life and long term disability insurance, flexible-spending accounts for health and dependent care, 403(b) retirement plan with employer match, employee assistance program, paid time off including parental leave, and tuition scholarships for eligible employees and their family members.


Organization Description
Norwich University is a diversified academic institution that educates residential students - both military and civilian lifestyles - and working adults across the globe. Norwich offers a broad selection of traditional and distance-learning programs culminating in baccalaureate and master's degrees, and graduate certificates. Founded in 1819 by U.S. Army Capt. Alden Partridge, Norwich is the oldest private military college in the country and the birthplace of the Reserve Officers' Training Corps (ROTC).

How to Apply

Please provide a cover letter and resume: https://norwich.interviewexchange.com

Last Day to Apply
Open until filled

Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
Leadership Giving Officer
(posted 11/26/2018)

Cambridge, MA

Job Description
Leadership Giving Officer
Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
Cambridge, MA

The MIT Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics in its School of Engineering seeks a part-time leadership Giving Officer to create and execute a comprehensive strategic development plan designed to raise awareness, strengthen relationships, and garner financial support for its initiatives and academic programs. Will report jointly to the AA department head and the SoE’s assistant dean for development.

Responsibilities:
• Collaborate with the department head, key faculty and investigators, administrative officer, education director, and events/communications staff to increase the visibility of the department and establish a thriving community of philanthropic supporters and industry partners
• Build, manage, and collaborate on a portfolio of donors and industry prospects
• Collaborate with MIT’s central prospect management teams and with colleagues in the SoE’s Resource Development group, and MIT’s Office of Corporate Relations to identify and engage prospective donors and industry partners
• Assist in arranging faculty meetings, site tours, and events
• Create materials and disseminate content and collateral related to the department
• Take part in face-to-face donor/industry partner/prospect visits
• Strategically orchestrate meetings and other interactions between faculty/staff with prospects, donors, and industry partners
• Help maximize the department head/faculty’s travel to engage with prospective donors and industry partners and keep all relevant donor/prospect records updated with notes and activities.


Schedule to be determined. Travel will be required 20% of the time.




Qualifications
Qualifications:
• Bachelor’s degree, preferably in an engineering or scientific field
• Three years’ direct fund-raising experience, preferably with a higher education organization
• Exceptional interpersonal, organizational, project management, time management, and oral and written communication skills
• Ability to manage multiple projects with confidentiality and discretion
• High-level computer proficiency, including Word, Excel, and PowerPoint
• Proven record of successful cultivation and solicitation of six-figure gifts

Organization Description
MIT is an equal employment opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment and will not be discriminated against on the basis of race, color, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion, disability, age, genetic information, veteran status, ancestry, or national or ethnic origin.

How to Apply
Interested candidates may apply on-line at https://careers.mit.edu. Please reference job number 16702 and indicate where you saw this posting.

Last Day to Apply
2/20/18

CERF+
Director of Development and Communications
(posted 11/20/2018)

Montpelier, Vermont

Job Description
CERF+ is seeking a well-rounded, energetic and experienced professional to join our growing
team to advance CERF+’s mission by building and sustaining relationships that support, create
awareness of, and increase engagement with CERF+’s work. The Director of Development &
Communications reports to the Executive Director and works in partnership with the Board of
Directors and the CERF+ staff.

Qualifications
-Bachelor’s degree or equivalent and 6 years fundraising or related
experience.
-Outstanding interpersonal and writing skills -- good listener and strong
communicator – clear and compelling writer and story-teller, self-confident,
positive attitude, compassionate, engaging and dynamic speaker and strong
presentation skills.
-Knowledge, experience and success in fundraising techniques and trends,
particularly donor relations, grant writing, planned giving, sponsorship, event
planning and marketing.
-Experience planning, writing, editing, and producing outreach related
communications such as social media posts and campaigns, electronic
newsletters, press releases, impact reports, videos, marketing literature, and
other print publications.
-Self-starting strategic thinker whose hallmark qualities include being
persistent, personable, team-oriented, and driven to succeed.
-Organized, detail-oriented, and exhibit follow-through on tasks and goals.
-Advanced skills using technology and social media to galvanize support and
expand outreach. Experience with Salesforce or a similar database.
-Diligent adherence to ethical fundraising practices.

Organization Description
CERF+ serves artists who work in craft disciplines by providing a safety net to support strong and sustainable careers. CERF+’s core services are education programs, advocacy, network building and emergency relief.

How to Apply
Please send letter of interest and resume to: jobs@cerfplus.org or
CERF+
535 Stone Cutters Way, Suite 202
Montpelier, Vermont 05602

Last Day to Apply
Dec 3, 2018

Maine Public
Major Gifts Coordinator and Researcher
(posted 11/20/2018)

Lewiston, Maine

Job Description
Maine Public is seeking a full-time Researcher and Coordinator to join our Major Gift team in Lewiston, Maine. In support of philanthropic giving, the Major Gifts Coordinator will provide prospect research and portfolio management oversight as well as grants support, to the Major Gifts team, Director of Major Gifts, and Chief Development Officer. The Major Gifts Coordinator is responsible for managing major gifts portfolio lists, donor lists and moves management coordination. The Coordinator is Maine Public’s principal researcher, providing the Development team with high-level research, analysis, and strategy to expand its major gifts reach. The Major Gifts Coordinator will also support the Director as she develops Maine Public’s planned giving programs.


Qualifications
Job Requirements: Bachelor’s degree preferred and minimum of 3 years’ related work experience or equivalent combination required. Ability to interpret and translate complex financial, legal, and corporate language in a research environment. Strong analytical, communication and organizational skills. Attention to detail and accuracy. Knowledge of public media business systems a plus. A valid driver’s license is required. Occasional travel to all Maine Public locations will be required. The successful candidate must thrive in a professional and dynamic environment, work well both in a team environment and independently, and demonstrate dependability and a love of public broadcasting.



Other Information
Maine Public offers a competitive salary plus a comprehensive benefits package including healthcare, retirement, paid time off, dental, vision, and other supplemental benefits.


Organization Description
Every day, Maine Public connects the people of Maine to each other and to the world through the open exchange of information, ideas and cultural content. As Maine’s premier, independent media resource, we create exceptional opportunities for the communities we serve to engage with critical issues, compelling stories and quality entertainment.

Maine Public is a dynamic nonprofit organization with a broad reach across Maine, into New Hampshire, Massachusetts, and most of New Brunswick, Canada. Through its radio, television, educational, and Web services, Maine Public provides ideas, information and lifelong learning to a diverse public. The majority of these services are available to everyone at no charge. Hundreds of thousands of people find value in Maine Public’s services every day.

-Equal Opportunity Employer-

How to Apply
To apply for this position visit www.mainepublic.org/careers to submit an application, cover letter, and current resume by Sunday, December 9, 2018

Last Day to Apply
December 9, 2018

American Red Cross
Regional Philanthropy Officer
(posted 11/20/2018)

Burlington, VT

Job Description
We are seeking a Regional Philanthropy Officer to serve the community and support our lifesaving services. This mission-critical role serves as the key steward for a portfolio (corporate and individual) of current and prospective philanthropists in support of the American Red Cross. You will be expected to meet annual revenue target by identifying, engaging, cultivating, and soliciting gifts from donors, thereby advancing the organizational mission and creating meaningful impact in the lives of both donors and beneficiaries of that mission. Candidates will have shown success in strategy, portfolio development and relationship building.

** This role will be covering the Upper Valley of NH and the entire state of Vermont. Must be living in those areas and willing to travel the region.**

Responsibilities
1. Strategy: Develops and executes ongoing strategy for qualifying donors to ensure retention, growth of donor contributions as well as recapture from previous donors. Works collaboratively with other departments and partners with development staff at the National Office to create customized solicitation strategies matching the objectives of the organization and interests of the donor/prospect.


2. Fundraising Targets and Portfolio Management: Manages an assigned portfolio of donors and prospects with intent to form deep relationships. Responsible for minimum annual fundraising goal tied to segmented or blended portfolio as specified in performance standards, including both renewable gifts and new incremental revenue. Develop donor management plans for entire portfolio resulting in strategic, knowledgeable and complex asks. Personally solicits assigned donor portfolio through face to face visits, including preparation of personalized materials. Revenue target may increase due to major domestic disasters.

3. Prospect Development: Implements programs/activities to identify, cultivate, solicit and steward donors at the $2,500 level or higher, with an emphasis on maximizing revenue for the American Red Cross. Works with community Board members and other leadership volunteers to identify, cultivate, solicit and steward appropriate donors. Identifies potential planned giving prospects among assigned donors and partners with Region’s assigned Gift Planning Officer to solicit those prospects. Updates donor records in region and/or district database and Salesforce.com following donor contacts.

4. Relationship Development: Develops ongoing relationships with major donors for the benefits of the American Red Cross. Accountable for cultivating relationships for individual fundraising, organizational fundraising or both.

Qualifications
Education: Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience required. Advanced degree highly desirable.

Experience: Minimum three years sales and/or fundraising experience required. Proven experience in developing strategies for donor retention growth and recapture and proven success with complex requests is required.

A current valid driver's license and good driving record is required.




Other Information
The American Red Cross is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, race, color, religion, national origin, disability, protected veteran status, age, or any other characteristic protected by law.

How to Apply
Apply now! Joining our team will provide you with the opportunity to make a difference every day.

To be considered for this position, please visit www.redcross.org/jobs to apply.

Last Day to Apply
12/31/2018

Keewaydin Foundation
Director of Development
(posted 11/20/2018)

Salisbury, Vermont

Job Description
1. Fundraising
• Plan and execute a coherent and creative annual fundraising campaign each year, employing direct mail, social media, electronic communication, telephone, and face to face meetings. With the assistance of the Associate Director of Development and Executive Director, meet annual fund goal in range of $500,000
• Oversee the Associate Director’s recruitment and management of an Annual Fund Committee each year
• Partner with Keewaydin Board members, Camp Directors, camp staff, and volunteer Chairs, Vice-Chairs and committee members to assist in the fundraising program as appropriate
• In addition to annual fund, raise funds for capital needs and endowment as prioritized by the Board and staff
• Expand the number of planned gifts to Keewaydin through a coherent planned giving program
• Continue to identify, engage, steward and solicit lead donors to support identified priorities and meet annual goals
• Arrange and conduct a minimum of 50 personal visits each year for the purpose of identification, engagement, solicitation and stewardship, travelling throughout the US for approximately 3 to 5 days per month.

2. Alumni Relations and Stewardship
• Work with Executive Director, Camp Directors and other staff to plan and execute donor stewardship program, including regular visits and excellent and timely communication with donors. Ensure adherence to thank you procedures and protocols for major donors
• Work with the Associate Director of Development to plan and execute alumni events nationwide
• Coordinate all aspects of the Alumni Family Reunion and the John Watson Work Weekend with the assistance of the Associate Director and the Alumni Relations Coordinator

3. Publications and Communications
• Work with Associate Director to plan and execute a publications and communications schedule each year
• Provide support and oversight of the three camp program newsletters, published twice each year, by coordinating with graphic designer, printer, Associate Director of Development and Alumni Relations Coordinator
• Plan and help produce the Keewaydin Foundation’s annual report, The Northwest Wind, with assistance from Camp Directors and the Associate Director of Development. Ensure accuracy of financial reports and donor listings
• Oversee the printing of all publications with graphic designer and printers, with the coordination of the Associate Director of Development.

4. Internet and Social Media Presence
• Oversee Associate Director, and coordinate with Camp Directors on website and social media presence.
• Coordinate with Associate Director and Camp Directors to use social media and networking technology to enhance alumni relations
• Oversee Associate Director’s work to monitor and enhance Keewaydin’s online presence as it appears on Google searches, Facebook, YouTube, and the next generation of social media and the internet.

5. Foundation Board interface/involvement
• Work with Executive Director and Development Chair to plan committee work, agendas, goals, and more
• Serve as ex-officio member of the Nominating Committee
• Assist Executive Director and Board Chair in planning Board meetings and events
• Maintain regular contact with Board members
• Partner with Executive Director and Board Chair to make the Board members’ volunteer experience enjoyable and successful
• Advocate for all four Keewaydin programs and Ojibway Lodge
• Provide insight and perspective on philanthropic trends, giving, tax laws and other policies affecting US philanthropy

6. Management/Administration
• Ensure timely and accurate gift recognition, including thank you letters, tax receipts, etc.
• Ensure that all donor recognition opportunities are executed and fulfilled
• Work with the Alumni Relations Coordinator to assure proper accounting and recording of gifts and donor acknowledgements
• Work with the Associate Director of Development to ensure that founders of named endowed funds receive annual reports on the use of their funds
• Work with the Alumni Relations Coordinator to oversee maintenance and integrity of database
• Work with Camp Directors and Keewaydin staff to ensure entry of necessary information into donor Raisers’ Edge records
• Maintain, update, and organize donor and alumni files
• Coordinate with Camp Directors, Associate Director of Development, and other staff and Board members to ensure an on-site presence at camp programs, Opening Day, Midseason, End Season, and other events
• Supervise the Associate Director of Development and Alumni Relations Coordinator
• Conduct weekly or bi weekly meetings with Development staff to coordinate duties.



Qualifications
The ideal candidate will have ten years of experience in development or a related field, knowledge of computer systems, and excellent writing and public speaking skills. Bachelor's degree required. Offers of employment are contingent on completion of a background check.

Note: Position entails working a number of weekends and evenings.


Organization Description
The Director of Development of the Keewaydin Foundation is a comprehensive development leadership position at one of the oldest and most venerable camping institutions in the United States. This position entails diverse responsibilities in fundraising, alumni relations, and communications. The position affords the unique responsibility and opportunity to engage and direct the good will and energy of the Keewaydin alumni and parent community.



How to Apply
Submit cover letter, resume, and list of three references by December 31, 2018 to Peter Hare, Executive Director, Keewaydin Foundation, via email to: pete@keewaydin.org.

Last Day to Apply
Open Until Filled.