Job Postings

Currier Museum of Art
Director of Development
(posted 09/16/2019)

Manchester, NH

Job Description
The Currier Museum of Art
Founded in 1919, the Currier Museum of Art in Manchester, is New Hampshire's leading art museum, with core strengths in European, American, and contemporary art, enhanced by a varied exhibition program. The museum also owns and programs a significant Frank Lloyd Wright designed house. The Currier's educational initiatives reach 7500 school children in the region, and the studio art school serves an additional 1500 students a year, including teens and adults. Community initiatives include special programming for families of active military or veterans, Alzheimer's' patients, and families impacted by opioid addiction. The museum has an annual operating budget of $5 million. For more information, visit

Director of Development

The Currier Museum of Art seeks a Director of Development (DoD) to provide collaborative leadership for fundraising activities to expand commitment for the museum's mission, exhibitions and programming. The DoD will cultivate positive relationships with senior staff, trustees, volunteers and other stakeholders to create a culture of philanthropy. The DoD partners with key museum leaders to identify significant prospects and engages donors in long-term relationships resulting in increased and sustained financial support for the museum. DoD serves as a member of the senior leadership team of the museum and staff liaison to the Board Development Committee.

Bachelor's Degree with ten years progressively upward experience in development/fundraising management in a non-profit setting, with five years in senior management. Familiarity with arts/cultural institutions preferred. Demonstrated leadership skills with a proven ability to motivate, mentor and retain talented staff; a collaborative team builder with strong interpersonal and relationship building skills and the ability to support staff and board to achieve desired results. Persuasive, passionate, and articulate communicator; outgoing and enthusiastic, but a good listener. A strong leader who plays a supporting role when appropriate. Positive attitude, sense of humor, with a commitment to confidentiality and ethical behavior.

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Harvard University
Associate Dean for Development and External Relations
(posted 09/13/2019)

Cambridge, Massachusetts

Job Description
Harvard University

Associate Dean for Development and External Relations
Harvard Divinity School

Duties & Responsibilities
Harvard Divinity School seeks an experienced, creative, and forward-thinking fundraising leader for the role of Associate Dean for Development and External Relations. The Associate Dean is responsible for advancing the mission of HDS through strategic planning and leadership in the formation and executing of a comprehensive fundraising strategy. Enthusiasm, and ability to generate enthusiasm, for the Divinity School mission is critical to success in this role. The Associate Dean builds strong relationships with the School's stakeholders and donors and develops, prioritizes, and implements fundraising and alumni relations strategies.

Typical duties and responsibilities include the following. Other duties may be assigned:

Reporting to the Dean of HDS and working in close liaison to the University Development Office, the Associate Dean serves as the School's principal strategist for all aspects of external relations. The Associate Dean will work within a collaborative environment of faculty and staff and lead a team to develop a post-campaign strategy.

• Working closely with the Dean, develops and executes a multi-year fundraising and external relations plan that establishes goals and objectives for HDS in the period immediately following the Harvard University Campaign.
• Works closely with the Dean, faculty, staff, and the University, to shape the case for support for the School and its core messages.
• Establishes a program of engagement and cultivation that strengthens the School's relationships with donors, prospective donors, and alumni leadership. Develops relationships with volunteers, which deepen their engagement with HDS, the University, and each other.
• Assists the Dean, faculty, staff, and the University on their engagement with School prospects, including developing donor strategy, overseeing advance preparation and briefings, and orchestrating follow up.
• Recruits, retains, develops, and directs a high-performing fundraising and alumni relations staff in a highly competitive marketplace.
• Nurtures culture of philanthropy and relationship building. Educates faculty and staff about how relationships are developed, cultivated, stewarded, and recognized. Understands and utilizes the science of fundraising including appropriate analytics in keeping with industry best practices.
• Establishes and maintains a framework of accountability for external relations activity ensuring that the department measures and reports on fundraising progress and creates a shared framework of accountability for fundraising results.
• Works with Communications to plan, design, and execute a strategic communications plan that incorporates key messages directed to key constituencies.
• Serves as the primary liaison for all major committees comprised of external constituents.
• As a member of the senior management team, participates in strategic planning efforts, and ensures that fundraising efforts are aligned with strategic priorities and direction.

Basic Qualifications

• Bachelor's degree required.
• Minimum of 10 years of professional experience in development and/or alumni relations.
• Experience with development and management of fundraising and alumni relations teams.
• Experience working with academic leadership and faculty in an external relations context.

Additional Qualifications
Advanced degree and experience in higher education preferred. Demonstrated ability using best practices and analytical tools to plan, measure, and evaluate fundraising and alumni-relations programs. Demonstrated ability to plan and execute a multi-faceted external relations effort in a complex, decentralized university environment required. Experience with cultivating and soliciting major- and principal-gift donors; working with academic leaders and faculty on donor relationships; developing and mentoring fundraising staff. Experience working as a member of a senior leadership team in a collaborative and entrepreneurial context. A record of accomplishment of effective collaboration across traditional boundaries and roles. Proven ability to lead staff and volunteers toward shared objectives in a complex and dynamic environment.
Additional Information
IMPORTANT NOTE: Your cover letter and resume should be combined into a SINGLE DOCUMENT under the resume tab. Cover letters are required for every position at Harvard Divinity School.

We regret that the Harvard Divinity School does not provide Visa sponsorship.

Drawing on its historical strength in Christian studies and its significant resources in global religious studies, Harvard Divinity School educates scholars, teachers, ministers, and other professionals for leadership and service both nationally and internationally. To help in building a world in which people can live and work together across religious and cultural divides, we strive to be a primary resource in religious and theological studies for the academy, for religious communities, and in the public sphere.

Job Function
Alumni Affairs and Development

Sub Unit

USA - MA - Cambridge

Office of Development and External Relations

Time Status

00 - Non Union, Exempt or Temporary

Salary Grade

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Monday - Friday, 35 hours

EEO Statement
We are an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, gender identity, sexual orientation, pregnancy and pregnancy-related conditions, or any other characteristic protected by law.

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Planned Parenthood of Northern New England
Major Gifts Officer
(posted 09/11/2019)

New Hampshire

Job Description
Planned Parenthood of Northern New England (PPNNE) is growing its Development Team and seeking a qualified candidate for a 25-30 hour per week Philanthropy Officer position focused on work in the Manchester, Nashua, Keene NH region. This position will be responsible for securing major philanthropic investments in support of the mission and objectives of PPNNE.

The Philanthropy Officer will play a critical role in generating support for capital and general operating needs for the organization and serve as the primary moves manager for a portfolio of current and prospective major donors. The Philanthropy Officer will work collaboratively across all parts of the organization and develop relationships with board members and staff volunteer leadership activities and groups that aim to stimulate or increase major gift fundraising.

Primary responsibilities include managing relationships with current & prospective donors, identifying and soliciting new donors/major gift prospects & being a full participant in the major gifts team in analyzing metrics & crafting strategies to secure philanthropic gifts to the organization. Qualifications include a Bachelor’s Degree, 3 to 5 years successful experience in major or planned gift fundraising preferred. Candidates must be willing to travel (reimbursement included) and must be proficient with Microsoft Office Suite & fundraising software programs. Interested applicants please submit a cover letter and resume by visiting our website at .

Planned Parenthood of Northern New England welcomes diversity & is an Equal Opportunity Employer

Qualifications include a Bachelor’s Degree, 3 to 5 years successful experience in major or planned gift fundraising preferred.

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Natural Resources Council of Maine
Database and Development Coordinator
(posted 09/06/2019)

Augusta, ME

Job Description
The Natural Resources Council of Maine (NRCM) seeks a full-time Database and Development Coordinator to manage the online and offline databases, generate and maintain data and reports, and support program and office staff in their use of the database. This position reports to the Membership Director.

Job Responsibilities:


• Maintain the ongoing transfer of information between two databases
• Raiser’s Edge data maintenance: includes routine imports, exports, adjustments, and global updates. This is partly automated and partly manual.
• Provide staff with lists for mailings, phonebanks, and email segments using queries
• Update records accordingly
• Responsible for performing research efforts when updating contact information, including, but is not limited to, use of the internet, hardcopy, and electronic sources
• Identify reports, and when needed, build custom reports to meet staff needs
• Data analysis for special projects across the organization
Staff Training
• Train existing/new staff on how to use the database
• Determine new protocol for database teams based on the needs of their team and best practices
• Help staff evaluate metrics
• Update user manuals
• Assist with mailings, emails, batching gifts
• Represent development department on IT team
• Assist with member events


• Bachelor’s degree
• Experience using Raiser’s Edge
• Experience with constituent management/email blast systems
• Experience with Tableau and GIS

• Strong analytical and problem-solving skills
• 2-4 years of experience working with relational databases, including data entry and database customizations
• Proficient with Microsoft Office, Word, and Excel (including mail merges)
• Ability to efficiently and accurately perform database functions and data entry
• An understanding of workflow processes and deadlines, and ability to carry out duties utilizing established organizational protocols
• Excellent communication skills
• Commitment to work as a team player and as a leader
• Ability to gracefully manage multiple projects and meet deadlines
• Mature, discreet, and confidential
• Interest in protecting the environment
• Strict adherence to AFP guidelines; honor each donor's intent and handle confidential information sensitively

Other Information
Common NRCM Job Responsibilities:

NRCM is committed to a positive work culture where diversity is honored and respected. To this end, all employees are expected to:

• Maintain positive and productive working relationships with all NRCM staff members and with NRCM’s members, external partners, policy-makers, and the general public. This includes proactive work on understanding and addressing issues related to diversity, equity, inclusion, and justice; providing and receiving constructive feedback; and a willingness to resolve conflicts constructively.
• Participate in organizational meetings and activities as requested, such as monthly staff meetings, trainings, and ad hoc planning committees.
• Complete all administrative work on time, such as time sheets, purchase orders, program reports, and planning documents.
• Be familiar with and follow organizational protocols and policies.

Physical Requirements of the Job:

The job requires working at a computer station for substantial lengths of time; performing office duties such as phoning, filing, and copying, and the ability to lift objects up to 10 pounds.

Organization Description
Workplace Environment:

NRCM strives to provide a supportive work environment through fair and competitive compensation and benefits, up-to-date equipment and IT support, adequate supervision, and ongoing professional development. The work environment is friendly, fun, cooperative, and very fast-paced. Staff members need to be able to work independently and adapt to changing priorities.

NRCM is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer and does not discriminate on the basis of gender, age, ethnicity, race, religion, physical/mental ability, sexual orientation, or national origin. NRCM will provide reasonable accommodation to employees with disabilities where appropriate. Determinations on requests for reasonable accommodation will be made on a case-by-case basis.

To read our commitment to Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Justice, please visit our website:


NRCM is committed to providing fair and competitive compensation to its employees. We base our compensation decisions on:

• A biennial market survey of comparable organizations and localities;
• An evaluation of employee qualifications that does not discriminate on the basis of gender, age, race, religion, physical/mental ability, sexual orientation, or national origin;
• High employee performance that advances our strategic plan and other organizational priorities; and
• Availability of financial resources for the organization.

How to Apply
: Interested candidates should submit a cover letter and resume to by October 14, 2019

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New Hampshire Charitable Foundation
Senior Philanthropy Advisor
(posted 09/03/2019)

Portsmouth, NH / Piscataqua Region

Job Description
Position Summary:

Responsible for increasing charitable giving to and through the Foundation by developing and maintaining strong and effective trusted relationships with high capacity donors, prospects, and professional advisors. Facilitates and fosters donor, prospect, and professional advisor connections to other staff and the larger organization to increase engagement and build long-term partnerships. Senior Philanthropy Advisors are typically assigned primary responsibility for developing and stewarding relationships in one or more regions of the state. This position would be focused on the Piscataqua Region.

Essential Job Functions and Responsibilities:

Donor Development and Stewardship
• Performs intentional, relationship-based activities focused on Charter/Specialized/ Premier (C/S/P) donors, prospects, and professional advisors, in partnership with other staff as appropriate
• Serves as primary relationship manager for a portfolio of donors, prospects and professional advisors; consults with donors and prospects to provide donor-focused philanthropy advice
• Provides concise, cost-effective Foundation, philanthropy and gift planning information to a broad network of donors, prospects, and professional advisors
• Maintains a working knowledge of issues and initiatives within the assigned region(s) and familiarity with local nonprofit networks
• Partners with Foundation staff to provide high quality, effective services to donors consistent with the assigned service level; facilitates current and planned gifts
• Develops and maintains relationships with legal, financial and wealth advisors serving a high net worth clientele to provide gift planning support and facilitate referrals to the Foundation
• Plans relationship building events for prospects, donors, fund establishers, and professional advisors in coordination with the Communications department and others as appropriate
• Attends community events for the purpose of building/strengthening relationships with C/S/P donors, prospects, and professional advisors
• Documents relevant information and records visits within 48 business hours of the activity

Liaison to Regional Advisory Board
• Plans and organizes advisory board meetings in partnership with the Advisory Board Chair
• Leads advisory board member recruitment
• Orients new advisory board members to the Foundation and their role
• Engages advisory board members in outreach to prospective donors and professional advisors to build assets within the Foundation

• Performs other duties as assigned

Essential Knowledge, Skills, and Attributes:

• Working knowledge of gift planning strategies to include bequests, charitable gift annuities, charitable remainder trusts and charitable lead trusts
• Excellent relationship management skills and ability to engender trust
• Ability to handle sensitive and confidential information with discretion and judgment
• Ability to be self-directed, as well as succeed and thrive in a collaborative team environment
• Ability to lead, inspire and motivate others and assume a leadership role on a team when appropriate
• Effective written and verbal communication skills, including active listening
• Effective public speaking and group presentation skills
• High sense of accountability for achieving results
• Ability to delegate tasks or projects when appropriate
• Understanding of community foundation and Philanthropy processes; nonprofit management or board experience useful
• Ability to work comfortably in a fast-paced environment
• Ability to organize multiple tasks/projects, as well as prioritize tasks within projects
• Belief in the mission and purpose of the New Hampshire Charitable Foundation

Essential Qualifications:

• A combination of education, certifications and/or relevant work experience equivalent to the needs of the role.
• Extensive knowledge of and experience in donor relations with high net worth individuals and professional advisors; proven track record in asset development
• Strong computer skills, including email, word processing, spreadsheets, Internet, and databases
• Valid driver’s license

Organization Description
The New Hampshire Charitable Foundation is a community foundation that allows local donors to take an organized approach to giving, and to better understand the needs in their region. Of the more than 700 community foundations nationwide, the New Hampshire Charitable Foundation is among the oldest and largest.

The Foundation seeks to strengthen communities and inspire greater giving by:

•Investing charitable assets for today and tomorrow
•Connecting donors with effective organizations, ideas, and students
•Leading and collaborating on important public issues

How to Apply
The Foundation offers a competitive salary and excellent benefits. Interested applicants should submit a cover letter, including salary requirements, and a resume by email to Please reference ‘SPA – (your name)’ in the subject line. A full job description may be found at

The New Hampshire Charitable Foundation welcomes diversity and does not discriminate in employment opportunities on the basis of factors such as race, color, sex, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin, age, disability, genetic information, marital status, and veteran.

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Seacoast Mental Health Center, Inc.
Development Director
(posted 08/29/2019)

Portsmouth, New Hampshire

Job Description
“Serving the Seacoast communities of New Hampshire with a broad, comprehensive array of high quality, effective, and accessible mental health services since 1963. Seacoast Mental Health Center also offers innovative, progressive careers. Join us.”


Seacoast Mental Health Center, Inc. is seeking an experienced, creative and energetic person to fill the Development Director position at our comprehensive community mental health center. The successful candidate will report to the Vice President of Community Relations. Primary responsibilities include Donor Cultivation and Stewardship, Grant and Foundation Support as well as assist in preparation of the development and communications annual budget. Successful candidate will also assist the Vice President of Community Relations as needed with events, communications plan tactics and other awareness generating activities.


Qualifications include a Bachelor’s Degree in communications or related field and a minimum of five years experience in communications, fund development, and/or donor relations. Excellent oral, written and interpersonal skills required. Must be proficient in use of computer software to include Microsoft Office products. Experience using fundraising databases (preferably eTapestry) preferred.

How to Apply
Candidates are encouraged to log into the Centers Career page at to submit cover letter and resume.

Last Day to Apply
October 29, 2019

Colby College
(posted 08/23/2019)

Waterville, ME

Job Description
• Act as key content generator for implementation of comprehensive communications strategy for alumni and donor engagement, solicitation, and stewardship to help achieve campaign fundraising goals
• Conceptualize and generate strategic, high-level campaign content on key College initiatives for mass and custom audiences (i.e. annual fund appeals, principal and major donor proposals, direct mail and email, digital and social content, campaign narratives, student outcomes, donor features, alumni profiles, event collateral, etc.)
• Collaborate with team and campus stakeholders to create compelling storytelling that exemplifies campaign outcomes
• Create content around donor audience segmentation strategy—including alumni, parents, students, and friends—to deliver relevant and timely messaging
• Partner with the Office of Communications to integrate campaign, alumni, and donor messaging into Colby’s primary communications platforms
• Perform additional duties as assigned; duties, responsibilities, and activities may change at any time with or without notice

• Bachelor’s degree or the equivalent in education and experience
• Experience in a higher education or other non-profit setting preferred
• A minimum of three years of experience developing communications content generation for various audiences
• Excellent interpersonal, verbal, and written communication skills
• Strong aptitude for collaborating and creating with others
• Experience writing for multiple platforms including print, email, web, and social media
• Excellent grammar and meticulous attention to detail, with copy editing experience preferred
• Self-starter with ability to balance multiple deadlines in a complex, fast-paced, and team-oriented environment
• Understanding of higher education fundraising communications strategies
• Working knowledge of editorial style standards and copywriting techniques

Other Information
Propelled by visionary leadership, a compelling array of initiatives, and record fundraising, Colby is in the midst of the largest fundraising campaign ever at a liberal arts college—$750 million. The campaign’s momentum is unprecedented, and with its success, the College will be known for a distinctive set of multidisciplinary academic offerings; an even more cohesive and accessible institutional culture for students from all backgrounds; the foremost art and athletic facilities in our educational sector; a welcoming, thriving, and dynamic surrounding community; increased global connections and resulting perspectives; the richest set of universal student experiences to enhance their academic program; and the capacity to support the postgraduate success of every one of our students.

The Colby Fund is emerging as a leader in annual giving, raising a record-shattering $10.9 million, an incredible 70-percent increase over the past five years. The Colby Fund is the primary conduit for communicating priorities, progress, and storytelling around the campaign, as well as the primary conduit for donors to get involved with the campaign.

Thus far, more than 19,000 alumni and friends have made donations—collectively raising more than $449 million to date toward the Dare Northward campaign. Colby now ranks as a national leader among the nation’s colleges and universities in alumni giving participation. To learn about the Dare Northward campaign, visit

Colby is seeking a highly motivated and creative assistant director of campaign communications to help drive forward all advancement communications efforts in the context of an ambitious campaign. Reporting to the associate director of advancement communications, this position will be one of the primary content generators within the Division of College Advancement—responsible for the production of strategic, high-quality communications. The successful candidate will be innovative and collaborative, have experience in the marketing and communications field, and have an inherent desire to stay abreast of best practices and to continue to grow professionally. The role requires a passion for the important role that communications and branding plays in advancing a cause and in mobilizing constituents to invest in and make that cause a priority in their lives.

This is an exciting and defining moment in Colby’s history, and the position offers a unique opportunity to be part of a transformational campaign. We encourage inquiries from candidates who will contribute to the diversity of our College, including its cultural and ethnic diversity.

Organization Description
Founded in 1813, Colby is one of America’s most selective colleges. Serving only undergraduates, Colby’s rigorous academic program is rooted in deep exploration of ideas and close interaction with world-class faculty scholars. Students pursue intellectual passions, choosing among 58 majors or developing their own. Independent and collaborative research, study abroad, and internships offer robust opportunities to prepare students for postgraduate success. Colby is home to a community of 2,000 dedicated and diverse students from around the globe. Its Maine location provides easy access to world-class research institutions and civic engagement experiences.
In a period of fast-paced progress, Colby is building on its strong foundation while remaining committed to excellence, to supporting students and faculty at the highest levels, and to the College’s deep liberal arts traditions. This new chapter includes the creation of innovative academic initiatives and partnerships, strengthening the connections between the liberal arts and the professional world, revitalizing downtown Waterville, and pursuing significant capital projects for performing arts and athletics. Colby invites applicants to apply for the position of:

How to Apply
Interested candidates should apply electronically by clicking the "Apply Now" button on the Colby College website. Please submit a letter of interest including salary requirements, resume, and the contact information of three professional references. Materials should be addressed to:

Assistant Director of Campaign Communications - Search Committee
Office of Human Resources
Colby College
5500 Mayflower Hill
Waterville, ME 04901-8855

A review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled.

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Southwestern Vermont Health Care Foundation
Director of Development
(posted 08/22/2019)

Bennington, Vermont

Job Description
The Aspen Leadership Group is proud to partner with Southwestern Vermont Health Care Foundation in the search for a Director of Development.

Reporting to the Vice President for Corporate Development, the Director of Development will have the opportunity to provide strategic counsel in the implementation of Southwestern Vermont Health Care Foundation’s transformational capital campaign. The selected candidate will also manage a growing planned giving effort as well as lead and grow annual fundraising. The Director of Development will also manage professionals in designing and executing other strategic fundraising programs and priorities.

Southwestern Vermont Health Care (SVHC) is a comprehensive health care system servicing Bennington and Windham Counties in Vermont, eastern Rensselaer and Washington Counties in New York, and northern Berkshire County in Massachusetts.

Southwestern Vermont Health Care's integrated health system consists of Southwestern Vermont Medical Center, a 99-bed community hospital; the Centers for Living and Rehabilitation, a 150-bed nursing facility that includes special units for short-term rehabilitation, long-term care and for residents with Alzheimer's disease; Southwestern Vermont Regional Cancer Center, a full-service cancer center offering chemotherapy, the latest in radiation therapy, and access to clinical trials approved by the National Cancer Institute; SVMC Northshire Campus, providing primary care in the Manchester, Vermont area; SVMC Deerfield Valley Campus, providing primary care in the Deerfield Valley of Vermont; SVMC Pownal Campus, providing primary care in the far southwestern corner of Bennington County; and the Southwestern Vermont Health Care Foundation.

Southwestern Vermont Medical Center (SVMC) has been designated four consecutive times as a Magnet Center for Nursing Excellence. SVMC’s Transitional Care Nurse Barbara Richardson, RN, was named the 2016 Magnet Nurse of the Year, and in 2017, the hospital won the Magnet Prize—given to only one hospital worldwide each year—for its Transitional Care Nursing program. SVHC is accredited by the Joint Commission and recognized as a Top Performer on Key Quality Measures. In addition, the health system received workplace honors from both Vermont Business Magazine and Becker’s Hospital Review. In the fall of 2017, the Centers for Living and Rehabilitation earned the prestigious five-star rating from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services.

The Southwestern Vermont Health Care Foundation is a 501(c)(3) whose sole mission is to raise funds in support of Southwestern Vermont Health Care. Every contribution provides support for the most current needs of the health system and for forging new and better ways to deliver care. Donations expand programs and services, purchase new equipment, improve educational opportunities for staff, adapt and maintain facilities, and invest in the latest technology.

A bachelor's degree is required for this position, preferably in Marketing, Business, Communications, or a related field. Five years of progressively responsible development and fundraising experience is preferred. All applications must be accompanied by a cover letter and résumé.

How to Apply
To apply for this position, visit:

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Pure Water for the World
Executive Director
(posted 08/20/2019)

Rutland, VT

Job Description
Job Title: Executive Director
Reports to: Pure Water for the World Board of Directors
Primary Administrative Office: Rutland, Vermont
Status: Salaried, full-time position
Desired Start Date: Dec. 2, 2019 or earlier
Organization: Pure Water for the World, Inc. (PWW) is a Vermont-based nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization whose mission is to improve lives by empowering people with access to life’s most basic necessities: safe water and sanitation. We do this by partnering with underserved communities in Central America and the Caribbean, providing the education and tools to establish sustainable safe water, hygiene and sanitation programs. PWW’s staff is based in the United States, Haiti, and Honduras.
Job Summary: The Executive Director (ED), working with the Board of Directors, has overall leadership responsibility for achieving the organization’s mission and strategic goals and administration of the programs, staff, and budget. The Executive Director is the primary representative of PWW, with the national and global WASH community, and directs the relationships with key PWW stakeholders, including funders. We are looking for a dynamic leader who can represent the organization on the global stage. The Executive Director should be a leader, a communicator, and proactive strategic thinker who believes in the mission of PWW and wants to significantly grow PWW’s funding and what it does so that our programs can reach more people.


Fundraising & Communications:
• Oversee the development of fundraising and resource mobilization programs with specific targets in high-yield areas to enable PWW to grow and attain its strategic goals.
• Strengthen PWW’s presence among and relationships with U.S. and global WASH organizations to garner new opportunities for PWW.
• Ensure an effective Communications plan, aligned with PWW’s mission and goals.
• Oversee and support execution of donor and volunteer cultivation efforts.
• Effectively communicate program results with an emphasis on successes, lessons learned, and best practices to create a model for replication by other organizations.

Strategic Planning & New Business:
• Provide leadership to reach PWW’s strategic goals, as outlined its established and updated dynamic 5-year Strategic Plan which is developed with and approved by the Board.
• Actively engage in reviews and updates of the Strategic Plan.
• Lead efforts to keep strategic goals up-to-date and in alignment with PWW’s mission.
• Provide direction to PWW, and advise the Board of Directors, on WASH trends and opportunities that require changes to the Strategic Plan and/or PWW’s programs.
• Build partnerships, as appropriate, with WASH sector leaders and funders to broaden PWW’s programs and community impact as well as develop new opportunities.

Financial and Organizational Management:
• Maintain high quality accounting, finance, and administrative management; ensure systems are compliant with all relevant local and national laws and regulations where PWW operates.
• Prepare a proposed annual budget to submit to the Board, with regular budget updates, that accurately reflect the financial condition of PWW.
• Ensure PWW’s staff applies program excellence, strong project management skills, and rigorous program assessments.
• Supervise, coach, and develop PWW’s experienced and high-performing staff. Hire and discharge staff, except for some key positions that require Board review and approval.

Board Governance:
• Communicate effectively with the Board, providing timely and accurate information for the Board to undertake its responsibilities and make decisions.
• Support the development and engagement of a strong Board of Directors; serve as ex-officio of each committee.
• Support and help plan Board meetings.

Professional Qualifications

• A bachelor’s degree is required.
• Five or more years of experience in managing a business or organization with responsibilities for budget development and implementation, as well as program and personnel management and oversight.
• Experience or education related to nonprofit management, international development, humanitarian assistance, and/or WASH issues, would be helpful.
• Some direct experience with how nonprofit organizations work, including the regulations, expectations and requirements that nonprofits face in their operations, would be helpful.
• Transparent and high integrity leadership experience.
• Ability to interface and engage successfully with diverse donor organizations and volunteers.
• Ability to effectively fundraise and secure grants.
• Experience in applying entrepreneurial and innovative approaches to strategy development.
• Previous experience in managing geographically dispersed, multicultural and/or international teams would be helpful.
• Demonstrated ability to work and communicate effectively with senior-level business or nonprofit organization leaders, such as a Board of Directors.
• Ability to engage a wide range of stakeholders and cultures to convey PWW’s mission and strategic future.
• Strong written and verbal communication skills, including public speaking.
• National and international travel is required. Must maintain a valid passport.
• U.S. citizenship or a valid green card to work in the United States.
• Spanish, French, and/or Creole language skills would be helpful.

Salary commensurate with experience and other qualifications.
Pure Water for the World is headquartered in Rutland, Vermont and the Executive Director position is based there. Ideally, the new Executive Director will be located in or close to the Rutland area. 

Organization Description
Organization Profile & Vision
Pure Water for the World, Inc. (PWW) is a Vermont-based nonprofit organization that currently operates in the Caribbean and Central America delivering sustainable water, sanitation and hygiene solutions to children and families living in underserved communities. This year, we celebrate our 20th anniversary of making a difference in the world.
PWW has grown from a small Rotary Club project, serving people in El Salvador, to an engaged player in the global Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) community. Today, PWW has a budget in excess of $1,000,000 annually, and 40 employees located in the U.S., Honduras, and Haiti.
PWW’s programs are driven by our vision and mission. We envision a world in which all people have safe water, proper sanitation, and the knowledge to sustain it for future generations. Our mission is to improve lives by empowering people with access to life’s most basic necessities - safe water and sanitation. We accomplish our mission by partnering with people in underserved communities and providing these communities with the tools and education to establish and sustain safe water, hygiene, and sanitation programs, effectively changing behaviors.
In Fiscal Year 2018, PWW reached more than 14,000 people with safe water, sanitation and hygiene programs. Since its inception, PWW has reached more than 750,000 people in Haiti and Central America.
The following highlights key activities that PWW has undertaken:
• PWW has supplied schools, households, and entire communities with clean water systems and latrines; and has empowered families, teachers, medical personnel and others with critical education regarding healthy hygiene practices.
• PWW has been an implementation partner of leading international NGOs, such as Save the Children and UNICEF.
• PWW has developed a successful program for WASH training and consulting services.
• PWW has received construction grants for community water systems.
• PWW team members have made presentations at global WASH conferences and have led and published technical studies.
• PWW Country Directors are actively engaged with local, regional and national government and international actors to support the development and implementation of country-specific WASH initiatives.
PWW is focused on growing and expanding our current work in the countries where we now operate as well as reaching additional Central American and Caribbean countries. We have already begun some expansion by virtue of our WASH training and consulting programs in countries where we are not implementers. We see much potential to continue this growth and reach of our WASH program through our training portfolio.
The PWW Board of Directors is looking for an Executive Director who will help lead the organization in expanding its impact and effectiveness. The organization is well poised for expansion, having established a successful model for helping communities create sustainable WASH projects.
PWW’s website tells a great deal more about the organization’s story – what we do, who we are, and what we have achieved.

Organizational Structure
The Executive Director of Pure Water for the World oversees an operation with a total staff of approximately 40 people who live and work in the United States (primarily in Rutland, Vermont), Haiti and Honduras. Most of the staff is currently located in either Haiti or Honduras. The international staff delivers programs, in varying locations, across each country. The Haiti and Honduras teams are each managed by a locally based Country Director. The Country Directors report to the Executive Director.
The US-based staff, reporting to the Executive Director, is comprised of a Deputy Director, an Office Manager, and an Office Assistant. PWW also employs contract staff for grant writing, marketing communications, and other specialized services.
PWW has a strong, supportive Board of Directors that is well connected, diverse and experienced in the relevant WASH technologies and needs in the targeted geographies. The Board has the ultimate responsibility for the organization. The Executive Director reports to the Board and is the face and voice of the organization. The Board oversees PWW and approves the annual budget, major administrative policies and fundraising initiatives, financial decisions and strategic directions - working in collaboration with the Executive Director. The Board looks to the Executive Director for leadership, guidance, fundraising, and the overall operational responsibility for PWW.

How to Apply
To Apply:
Please email a letter of interest, resumé, and three employment references to: by October 1, 2019, with Executive Director Position as the subject line. Please direct any questions about the position to the same address.

Pure Water for the World, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer.

Last Day to Apply
October 1, 2019

American Radio Relay League
Development Manager
(posted 08/12/2019)

Newington, CT

Job Description
Summary of Position:

The Development Manager is responsible for the development and implementation of strategic plans to maximize funding from donors for the organization through creative and effective campaign management and relationship building. This position is responsible for developing and managing fundraising campaigns, building strong and successful relationships, maintaining communications with donors and collaborating with and supervising staff to effectively execute fundraising efforts in addition to managing individual and corporate gifts.

Major Duties and Responsibilities:
• Identify prospective individual and corporate donors and develop strategies to cultivate, strengthen and sustain those relationships along with maintaining ongoing communications and relationships with current donors; create new opportunities for engaging prospects to maximize giving and expand the giving base.
• Provides creative direction for, an overall management of, operations relating to fundraising, including but not limited to, annual appeals for various established funds, planned giving, endowments, and grants; in addition creates and maintains literature, campaign materials and recognition gift programs, etc. to support those activities.
• Manage all aspects of multi-media giving campaigns including writing, production, file selection, analysis and the use of the content management system for the ARRL website in collaboration with Marketing Communications team to guarantee consistent organizational messaging and branding.
• Ensure accurate and timely data processing including contribution processing, acknowledgement letters, certificates, and execution of donor recognition for major donors such as plaque preparations, special events and monthly correspondence.
• Establish, in conjunction with the executive officers, annual plans, and revenue and expense forecasts along with managing toward these goals, in addition to monthly and annual financial reporting and analysis.
• Provide fundraising and administrative support to ARRL’s sister organization, the ARRL Foundation, that includes serving as Corporate Secretary, contribution processing, and scholarship and grant application processing.
• Build and maintain strong prospective relationship with staff across the organization including working closely with the Communications, Marketing Communications and Editorial departments.

• Ability to effect growth in donor base along with ensuring all duties are performed to achieve or exceed financial and operational goals, including developing insights from market data and trends to shape campaigns.
• Ability to identify qualified prospects and solicit grifts by applying fundraising knowledge, research and best practices through a hands-on approach.
• Meet with prospective donors on a continual basis to establish and maintain effective communications with them.
• Be organized and exhibit timely follow through on tasks and goals through effective schedules and meeting established deadlines.
• Ability to develop, design and improve processes by utilizing the power of the association management system (AMS) software.
• Exhibit self-motivation and goal driven initiative in all forms of outreach to donors and build external relationships.
• Exercise excellent written, interpersonal and communications skills.
• Ensure fundraising database and tracking systems are accurately and fully utilized by staff.
• Effectively lead a team, provide direction, constructive feedback and development of employees.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
• Five years in non-profit development field with proven professional fundraising experience.
• Grant writing experience a plus.
• Amateur Radio licensee or experience in related technical and/or public service fields preferred.

• A Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration, Communications or related field.
• CFRE (Certified Fundraising Executive) preferred.

Interpersonal Skills:
• A significant level of trust and diplomacy is required in addition to having the ability to influence others while recognizing the sensitive nature of the donor relationship.
• Must display a positive attitude, demonstrate self-confidence, common sense and good listening ability while providing superior customer service.
• Strong relationship management and team building skills with the ability to work across multiple departments.
• Strong verbal, writing and interpersonal skills.

Other Skills:
• Results driven with excellent organization, presentation and communications skills.
• Ability to work as a self-starter in a team environment, inspiring others.
• Expertise in Microsoft Office Suite and experience with donor management systems.
• A commitment and passion to providing superior customer service.

Physical requirements:
• Must be able to independently travel and lift 20 lbs.

Organization Description
Work Environment:
• Occasionally fast paced, goal and deadline driven office environment with occasional required travel.

How to Apply
Apply to Monique Levesque at:

Last Day to Apply
September 12, 2019

Good Shepherd Food Bank
Annual Giving Officer
(posted 08/12/2019)

Auburn, Me

Job Description
Position Summary
The Annual Giving Officer is an integral part of the Food Bank’s Development team. The position is responsible for the strategic execution and management of a comprehensive annual giving program, including a coordinated matrix of communication and solicitation strategies involving email, direct mail, phone, personal visits, events, and donor engagement—all focused on shaping a sustainable source of philanthropic revenue that builds a pipeline for major, planned, and campaign giving.
Essential Functions and Specific Responsibilities

Leadership & Supervisory
• Serve as a leader within the development team and across the organization.
• Develop, coach, inspire, motivate, and empower a strong annual giving team; manages the Donor Engagement Manager.
• Work with the Vice President of Development on annual planning, budgeting and goal setting for annual giving-related activities and campaigns. Responsible for forecasting and meeting revenue goals for the annual giving program, and tracking the key performance metrics for team members.
• Collaborate proactively with Development Operations, Major Gifts, Grants, and Communications staff members to ensure an excellent donor experience.
• Work with Development Operations and Major Gift staff to build and maintain prospect management processes and procedures that feed appropriate prospects into the major gift pipeline.
• Develop and maintain a thorough understanding of GSFB’s programs and strategy, using that knowledge to shape pitches, proposals, and collateral for the team, as well as to be a compelling ambassador for the organization.
• Help foster an environment that rewards new ideas and entrepreneurship, creating a culture that celebrates innovation, builds confidence, encourages teamwork, promotes diversity, and sets clear expectations for future success.
• Help reinforce a culture of philanthropy among all stakeholders, from staff to volunteers to donors.

Fund Development
• Maintain and grow subject matter expertise in annual giving, constantly implementing and seeking out new and innovative best practices.
• Systematically manage a large cohort of individuals and corporate mid-level supporters who, primarily, give annual gifts in the range of $500 to $5,000; personally manage a select portfolio of 50 annual donors.
• Develop and direct annual giving segmentation strategies for communication, stewardship, solicitation, and engagement with a focus on upgrading the total value of this cohort and further engaging donors in the mission of the Food Bank.
• Within the context of the overall fundraising plans, set strategy for and manage vendor relationships for direct response campaigns, including print and digital strategies.
• Oversee events and donor engagement strategies that support giving at all levels of the organization.
• Oversee the implementation, tracking, and stewardship of third-party and cause-marketing relationships.
• Use data analysis to develop and maintain ongoing measurement and reporting of program success.
• Use data analysis to identify possible major gift prospects; work systematically with Major Gifts and Development Operations to track and hand-off prospects.
• Develop and scale compelling impact reporting and other stewardship and engagement activities to build affinity, trust, and confidence in the organization, and to support the major gift program.
• Create original content for thank-you letters, receipts, emails, and other correspondence to support all levels of giving.
• Develop and launch annual giving recognition programs.

Other Responsibilities
• Work in close collaboration with the communications department to enhance messaging at all levels of the organization, keeping donors and the public informed, thanked, and involved; providing vehicles for more effective communications.
• Collaborate with the communications department on development-related activities, ensuring GSFB public face is consistent with achieving the organization’s mission and fundraising goals.

The ideal Annual Giving Officer will have a broad development background, with deep personal experience in managing a large and complex annual giving program using data and analytics and donor relations best practices, plus an aptitude and passion for working with data management and donor relations systems. Experience in a campaign environment and in working alongside a major gifts team will be essential. S/he will combine this experience with an entrepreneurial spirit and a strong commitment to the mission of GSFB and passion to eliminate food insecurity for Mainers.

• 5 to 7 years of progressively responsible development experience, including experience in managing direct mail, direct response programs, events, and stewardship; experience in a supervisory role, is required.
• Graduation from an accredited college or university with a major in business administration, communications, or related field.
Experience and Skills
• Exceptional planning, organizational, and ability to manage competing tasks;
• Superior oral and written communication skills and the ability to articulate the importance and urgency of GSFB’s work in a compelling way;
• Demonstrated ability to handle multiple competing priorities and meeting established personal and team goals;
• Possesses the highest level of integrity, donor confidentiality, and discretion with sensitive information, tasks, and relationships;
• The position is paperwork-intensive and requires skills in proofreading and editing, attention to detail and follow-through. Computer literacy, particularly in word processing, using Internet resources, and using databases is required. Must be proficient and have a passion for working with donor database systems.

Other Requirements
• Possession of current driver’s license and ability and willingness to travel frequently, including overnight.
• Personal commitment to fostering a diverse and inclusive organizational culture.

At GSFB, comparable training and/or experience can be substituted for degrees when appropriate.

GSFB is an equal opportunity employer continually seeking to diversify its staff. We’re also committed to building an inclusive workplace culture where talented people of widely diverse backgrounds can thrive. We've adopted this commitment because we believe the inclusion of culturally diverse perspectives will improve our work and produce better societal and environmental outcomes for all, including historically disenfranchised communities. We are actively seeking people who bring diverse backgrounds and perspectives to join us in this work.

Physical Requirements & Work Environment: The physical demands and work environment characteristics are representative and not intended to be exhaustive. Good Shepherd Food Bank will make reasonable accommodations to enable individuals with disabilities to perform essential functions of the role. This job description is not an employment agreement or contract.

The position is sedentary in nature, with extended periods of sitting. The position requires extensive use of display terminal or computer. Position requires reading, comprehension and communication ability. The position requires the use of hands to finger, handle, or feel; reach with hands and arms, and talk and hear. Vision abilities required by this position include close vision, distance vision, and ability to adjust focus. Position requires occasional out of state travel and frequent in-state travel.

GSFB administrative offices are located on the second floor of a warehouse building. The noise level in the work environment is usually low to moderate. The position may have to manage a number of projects at one time and may be interrupted frequently to meet the needs and requests of donors, clients, and vendors. The environment may be busy and the incumbent will need excellent organizational and time and stress management skills to complete the required tasks. GSFB provides a tobacco-free work environment.

Travel: Frequent in-state travel, occasional overnight travel.

Other Information
Reports To: Vice President of Development
Supervises: 1 FTE

Organization Description
The mission of Good Shepherd Food Bank is to eliminate hunger in Maine by improving access to nutritious food for people in need, building strong community partnerships, and mobilizing the public in the fight to end hunger.

Core Values
Partnership: We endeavor to provide the best possible experience to everyone we engage with, basing interactions on a foundation of equity, integrity, and humility.

Core Values:

Agility: We promote an organizational culture that encourages new ideas, improvements, flexibility, and innovation, and turns challenges into opportunities.

Inclusion: We respect the breadth of life experiences across the communities we partner with, holding people struggling with hunger at the center of our decisions and actions.

How to Apply
Please submit qualification materials, including a resume and cover letter, here:

Last Day to Apply
Posting will remain active until position has been filled.

New Hampshire Humane Society
Executive Director
(posted 08/09/2019)

Laconia, NH

Job Description
The New Hampshire Humane Society (NHHS), a strong and effective animal welfare nonprofit, is seeking an experienced and dynamic Executive Director in Laconia, NH. NHHS provides shelter for lost, abandoned and unwanted animals; finds responsible and caring forever homes; advocates for animals; implements education programs and promotes responsible pet ownership and the human-animal bond; and advocates to prevent cruelty to animals. Please see

The Organization
Founded in 1900, NHHS began in Nashua and operated in many diverse locations. It was moved to Laconia in 1935 and evolved into today’s innovative and full-service organization. In 2006, NHHS opened a brand new, state-of-the-art facility.

Shelter - In 2017, 1,250 animals (almost even numbers of cats and dogs) were received into shelter. NHHS offers each animal exceptional care and comfort, gentle behavioral support, and excellent medical treatment. All receive medical exams, and are spayed/neutered. Other surgeries and dental procedures are provided as needed. In addition, NHHS provides community animal care. In 2017, this included three low-cost rabies/microchip clinics, 150 low-cost spay/neuters and 228 rabies vaccines.

Adoption - NHHS has the 4th highest adoption rate in New England, with 985 animals adopted and 185 returned to their owners in 2017. Though only 16% of people nationally go to a shelter for their next pet, NHHS has an adoption rate hovering at 90%.

Education/Volunteer Support - New Hampshire Humane Society provides innovative education and volunteer programs. Dedicated volunteers participate with school programs and children’s groups in the Lakes Region through age appropriate, interactive activities and literature to learn about animal care. Children in grades K-6 who are able to read at any level come with an adult partner into the shelter to read to the cats in one of two cat social rooms, providing quiet, kind and loving human interaction and companionship. These rooms were expanded by the Catio Project, the creation of a screened, three-season extension and the building of a full-screened two-room gazebo provided by generous donors with the support of volunteer architects and builders in 2017.

NHHS is a local, stand-alone nonprofit that does not receive funds from national animal welfare organizations. Generous donors support NHHS through their philanthropy, and volunteers raise money for shelter operations through community events. Philanthropy also supports a pet food pantry, and volunteers provide animal care such as dog walking, foster care, cleaning and maintenance, and assistance in the kennel or laundry room.

Prevention of Cruelty – NHHS provides guidelines for owners who need to surrender their pets and receives animals who can no longer be cared for. NHHS also collaborates with local police departments and the animal control officer in cases of neglect and abuse.

New Hampshire Humane Society employs 25 full-time staff with an annual budget of $1.2 million. The Executive Director will work with a strong and experienced four-person management team. A volunteer Board of Directors of nine members governs the vision, strategic direction and operations of NHHS.

The Position
The new Executive Director will build on New Hampshire Humane Society’s success to date and reputation of excellence to strategically sustain it for the decades to come.


 Interprets community needs and identifies opportunities for furthering and enhancing the NHHS’ mission;
 With the Board, sets strategy and translates strategy into programming;
 Fosters and deepens healthy and cooperative relationships in the community;
 Serves as a spokesperson for NHHS;
 Embodies NHHS’ compassionate approach to animal welfare.
 Ensures that programs achieve the highest level of excellence in helping the lives of those in need;
 Builds and nurtures a team dedicated to the service mission of NHHS.

Organizational Management

 Enables the Board of Directors and its committees in their governance role;
 Ensures that NHHS’ vision, mission, and Board policies are implemented;
 Leads, in collaboration with the Director of Development, in designing and carrying out fundraising strategies, donor stewardship, public relations, and administrative functions;
 Makes or supervises employment decisions consistent with policies. Coaches and provides professional development opportunities and oversees evaluation of staff;
 Leads, in collaboration with the Director of Finance and Administration, financial planning and prepares operating budget in consultation with the Finance Committee. Maintains effective financial controls and reporting to the Board.

The Laconia, NH area has much to offer individuals and families. Laconia is the gateway to the picturesque Lakes Winnipesaukee and Winnisquam and the White Mountains.

Qualifications Desired

 Love of animals;
 Demonstrated experience and skill in strategic visioning, planning services/programs, and execution;
 Capacity to be a strong representative and advocate in local and state-level animal welfare, nonprofit, business and public policy forums and to build relationships with other animal care organizations and community partners;
 Participatory leadership style and experience with a skilled and effective management team and understanding of HR practices;
 Strong written, verbal, and public speaking skills;
 Understanding of HR and financial acumen including budget development and managing/reporting against budgets;
 Experience working effectively with a Board of Directors;
 Success in fundraising or business development;
 The ideal candidate is a person with the above skills and animal welfare experience.

How to Apply
To apply in confidence, please send resume and cover letter to Susan Egmont, Egmont Associates, at

Last Day to Apply
Applications requested by Sept. 11, 2019 but will be accepted until hire is complete

University of New England
Director of Development
(posted 08/09/2019)

Portland, ME

Job Description

Manage, implement, and evaluate all aspects of the identification, cultivation, and solicitation of individual donors and prospects for major and planned gifts. Supervise all annual giving fundraising initiatives and progress. Develop a holistic, forward looking fundraising strategy to enhance prospect pipeline development through attentive, data driven portfolio management in collaboration with the IA leadership team. Manage a personal portfolio of 50-100 leadership donors and prospects.

• Develop, manage, and implement a data driven strategy to increase individual giving through major, planned, and annual donations; in collaboration with the Advancement Services team, create analytic tools and guidelines to evaluate and communicate fundraising progress, and to inform strategic initiatives.
• Supervise and support the work of major gift officers through regular portfolio review and management, and annual performance goals.
• Supervise and support the work of the annual giving team, including annual solicitations, phonathon, Reunion giving, annual day of giving, and other fundraising initiatives as they develop.
• Collaborate with the Director of Donor and Alumni Relations to develop strategic and impactful stewardship initiatives.
• Develop and support cultivation and solicitation strategies for high level prospects in collaboration with the President, Vice President, Trustees and other key University personnel as appropriate.
• Manage a personal portfolio of 50-100 leadership prospects and donors, including cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship through a variety of engagement methods including personal visits.
• Support volunteer involvement with major donor and annual fund efforts as needed.
• Keep abreast of current developments in the field.
• Understand and comply with the University of New England Safety Manual.
• Perform other related duties as assigned.

Director of Development job description, continued


Direct supervision is received from the Assistant Vice President for Institutional Advancement


Direct supervision of two major gift officers and the Director of Annual Giving.


Bachelor’s degree in an appropriate discipline and 5+ years of relevant fund-raising experience, or a combination of education and experience from which comparable knowledge and skills are acquired.
• Demonstrated success in major gift fundraising, portfolio management, and developing inclusive fundraising strategies.
• Experience with all aspects of individual fundraising, including annual and planned giving.
• Motivated, goal oriented leader with strong planning, organization, communication, and analytic skills.
• Raiser’s Edge database experience desirable
• Ability to work effectively with and represent the university to a broad range of individuals and groups within and outside of the university, including strong general public relations, marketing and public speaking skills, as well as specialized donor solicitation skills.

Other Information

• Code of Conduct
• Ergonomics
• Fire Safety
• Sexual Harassment
• Title IX
• Active Shooter
• Cyber Security

How to Apply
Please follow this link -

Last Day to Apply
September 6, 2019

Visiting Nurse & Hospice for VT & NH
Senior Philanthropy Officer
(posted 08/02/2019)

White River Jct., Vermont

Job Description
The Sr. Philanthropy Officer is responsible for structuring, implementing and monitoring a highly effective development and donor services program working closely with the Director, External Relations and Service Excellence, the CEO and staff to support and embrace the mission and goals of VNH. This position serves the Agency in a full range of development functions including prospect research, cultivating new, prospective donors, encouraging efforts for current donors, connecting with professional advisers, other door openers and donor stewardship to grow VNH’s assets in order to reach the annual and long-range development goals of VNH.

Supervision received: Director, External Relations & Service Excellence

Other relationships: Patients and patient care givers, visitors, clinical staff, Agency and Dartmouth-Hitchcock Health personnel, and the community-at-large.


Full-time; Salaried


Supports the Agency as follows: The mission is to improve the lives of those we serve. Such care recognizes the importance of quality service to patients and co-workers. In this context, each employee has the following responsibilities as an individual:

 Responsible -- Works independently, in a safe and appropriate manner. Demonstrates both problem-solving and problem-prevention skills.
 Sensitive -- Displays sensitivity to the needs of patients and co-workers. Demonstrates good communication skills and empathy.
 Timely -- Recognizes time as a customer's most valuable resource and responds promptly to donors’, patients' and co-workers' needs.
 Accurate -- Works carefully and precisely, with attention to detail.
 Coordinated -- Organizes and prioritizes work in the proper order. Displays good organizational skills and utilizes resources wisely.
 Thorough -- Meets all the requirements of his/her position. Can evaluate and follow up on his/her services.
 Safety -- Employees are required to comply with and utilize correct lifting techniques, safety procedures, and mechanical devices while performing their job-related duties/tasks to protect themselves and our patients from injury.


Each employee has the following responsibilities as a VNH team member:
 Collaborates with clinical staff and other health care professionals with a team-based approach.
 Displays and encourages sensitivity to the needs of patients, visitors, and co-workers.
 Treats others with consideration, courtesy, and respect.
 Performs duties willingly and with initiative; shares necessary information so co-workers can do the same.
 Demonstrates judgment and tact when dealing with others.
 Cooperates with other departments and work groups.
 Communicates effectively with patients, visitors, and co-workers; takes action to clarify information received from others.
 Punctuality
 Attendance


Build and grow funds:
o Promote annual growth of agency assets by collaborating with Board members, volunteers and staff.
o Develop, execute and grow an operating endowment of the agency.
o Grow future pipeline of estate gifts and planned gifts annually.
o Identify, cultivate, and secure funding for current and future initiatives and other areas that will positively impact the agency’s goals.
o Increase referrals from current fund holders through high satisfaction with our philanthropy services.
o Ensure donors feel appreciated and thanked.
o Write, prepare and submit grant proposals for foundations, government, and businesses.

Attract partners to the Agency:
o Achieve annual operating targets and/or special initiatives and event support, including town funding.
o Increase referrals with professional advisors annually, (attorneys, accountants, trust officers, financial planners, brokers, insurance agents and other advisors).
o Create more opportunities for philanthropy conversations; (special events, meetings, donor and prospect events and Annual meeting, estate planning seminars and other continuing education programs for current and prospective donors).
o Coordinate efforts to inform and engage donors through events, communication pieces and donor networking opportunities.

Build full-service philanthropic services:
o Grow philanthropic services that produce ever increasing results from individuals, families and corporations.
o Institutionalize philanthropic services for consistency and quality control.
o Influence organizational decision making through the use of data and trends analysis.
o Be a strong VNH advocate and grow knowledge of philanthropy and the community service field.
o Build, implement and objectively evaluate VNH’s donor acknowledgement and stewardship system.


 Must be able to cope with the mental and emotional stress of the position
 Must be able to lift and move office equipment, supplies, etc.
 Prolonged/extensive or considerable amount of standing/walking
 Extensive use of telephone and computer
 Requires close paperwork and visual acuity
 Requires hearing acuity for conversation and telephone


 Contact with patients under wide variety of circumstances
 Exposed to unpleasant elements (accidents, injuries and illness)
 Subject to varying and unpredictable situations
 Handles emergency of crisis situations
 Works in well-lighted/ventilated office area, as well as throughout the business office
 Is subject to frequent interruptions
 Occasionally subjected to irregular hours
 Frequent pressure due to multiple calls and inquiries

The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed. They are not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required of personnel so classified. Nothing in this job description restricts management’s right to assign or reassign duties and responsibilities to this job at any time.

Education: Bachelor’s degree required. Master’s degree preferred. Minimum of three (3) years related experience, healthcare fundraising experience preferred.

Requirements: Valid driver’s license, and reliable transportation required

Experience: Must possess a demonstrated ability to cultivate donors and solicit individual gifts. Experience in annual fundraising programs and grant writing preferred, healthcare experience preferred.

Organization Description
Our Mission
We are dedicated to delivering outstanding home health and hospice services that enrich the lives of the people we serve.

In more than 160 towns in Vermont and New Hampshire, we deliver excellence in nursing, rehabilitation, hospice, and personal care services. As a non-profit, our only goal is helping people.

As the area’s foremost team of home health care experts, we deliver nursing, rehabilitation, and hospice services with proven effectiveness, integrity, and compassion.

We are driven by a focus on excellence and a spirit of innovation, from improving systems of care to improving individual lives.

Our relationship with each client is rooted in respect — for the families whose homes we are privileged to enter, for the communities we are honored to serve, and for all the lives we touch.

How to Apply

Last Day to Apply

MCVP: Crisis & Prevention Center
Development Director
(posted 08/02/2019)

Keene, NH

Job Description
Development Director - Job Description

Classification: Full-Time, Exempt, Salary, Benefits Eligible

The role of the Development Director is to manage a fundraising program that meets the financial goals of the organization, which includes annual giving, major gifts, corporate donations, events, grant solicitations, planned giving, and in-kind resources, as well as promoting community awareness of MCVP’s services and impact as outlined in the strategic plan.

Reports to: Executive Director

o Secure financial support through the cultivation of relationships with current and prospective funders, including individuals, foundations, and corporations
o Coordinate and manage annual fundraising campaigns
o Process all donations received, prepare acknowledgments, and utilize/maintain records in the donor database
o Plan and coordinate fundraising events
o Oversee productions of public information such as the annual report, brochures, newsletters, website, and press releases
o Work with Development Committee, Board of Directors, key volunteers, and other staff as appropriate to plan and execute fundraising activities
o Grow and maintain community relationships
o Perform other duties as requested by the Executive Director

Qualifications: Bachelor’s Degree required
o Minimum of 5 years’ experience in development
o CFRE certification preferred
o Proven track record of raising funds from diverse sources, including major gifts from individuals, foundations, and corporations
o Familiarity with donor-tracking software
o Excellent written and verbal communication skills
o Strong interpersonal, administration, and management skills
o Ability to manage multiple projects and meet deadlines

Organization Description
Summary: The mission of MCVP Crisis and Prevention Center is to respond to domestic & sexual violence and stalking in our community by providing a care & support system for survivors, as well as to work to end interpersonal violence in all forms through primary prevention, community engagement, and collaboration. Our staff is a team of dedicated individuals working toward a violence-free Monadnock Region.

How to Apply
Interested applicants should submit a cover letter, resume, and writing sample to:

Last Day to Apply
August 30, 2019

Cystic Fibrosis Foundation
Development Director
(posted 07/31/2019)

Nashua, NH

Job Description
The mission of the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation (CFF) is to cure cystic fibrosis and to provide all people with the disease the opportunity to lead full, productive lives by funding research. We have invested hundreds of millions of dollars into CF research and drug development, the results of these bold investments have been astonishing. A few decades ago, most people with CF didn’t live long enough to attend elementary school. Today, many people born with CF are living into their 30s, 40s, and beyond.

Would you like to go to work every day knowing that your work is important and effective? Do you want to go home every day knowing that you have made a difference?

The Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, the world’s leader in the search for a cure for cystic fibrosis, and one of the most innovative and successful organizations of its kind is seeking a Development Director in our Nashua, NH Chapter office.


-Develop fundraising plans and budgets
-Plan, manage and execute at least two priority events or campaigns
-Launch new events, campaigns, initiative and/or programs
-Engage in continuous short-term and long-term revenue planning
-Identify prospective individual donors
-Identify, recruit/renew, and cultivate/steward new and veteran corporate sponsors, committee members, team leaders, honorees, chairs, and volunteers for assigned events/campaigns/initiatives


-5+ years of fundraising/sales experience
-Four-year degree or equivalent education/experience
-Excellent customer service skills
-Strong volunteer recruitment and management skills
-Availability to work nights and weekends as necessary to attend meetings and events
-Strong networking, community engagement and relationship building skills
-A team player – comfortable working in a team-oriented, fast-paced environment
-Ability to meet deadlines, strength in attention to detail
-Someone with passion who is motivated and driven to contribute to the overall mission of our Foundation

Other Information

The Cystic Fibrosis Foundation recognizes the importance of employees taking care of their health and safety needs and those of their families. The Foundation strives to create and maintain a balanced work schedule for its employees and promotes quality of life through its varying benefits.

-Comprehensive benefits package which includes medical, dental, and vision healthcare insurance
-Competitive salaries with incentive plans
-401(k) plan with generous employer matching contributions
-Exciting learning and development programs to support professional growth
-Employee discounts – computers, phone plans, travel, theme parks
-Tuition Reimbursement
-Generous paid holidays and shortened workdays on Fridays in the summer and before major holidays
-Employee wellness programs
-Business casual work environment

How to Apply

Last Day to Apply

New Beginnings, Inc.
Development and Marketing Coordinator
(posted 07/31/2019)

Lewiston, ME

Job Description
Are you an excellent writer and communicator who loves to get people excited about the causes you care about?
Have nonprofit fundraising experience and want a meaningful job?
Put your fundraising and marketing skills to work while making a difference for homeless youth in Maine at New Beginnings!

We’re seeking someone who is highly motivated, mission-focused, and ready to take on new challenges - with excellent social media savvy and interpersonal communication skills that can be leveraged to tell the story of New Beginnings. The Development and Marketing Coordinator is supervised by and works closely with the Director of Development to implement the agency’s fundraising and marketing plans with the goal of increasing private support for New Beginnings.

The Development and Marketing Coordinator is responsible for distilling our mission, goals and outcomes into persuasive branding and marketing tools designed to increase our visibility, donor/volunteer base and revenues. The Coordinator has primary responsibility for the agency’s annual fundraising, special campaigns, events, newsletters, online content, donor database, and marketing/promotional materials.

The successful candidate will have experience with meeting and exceeding fundraising goals through engaging messaging and storytelling to show impact and generate community support. This position has significant social networking responsibilities as well as electronic record-keeping and developing print materials. They will also assist with grants management, grant writing and creating and implementing annual and long-term development.

Minimum of 2 years’ experience in non-profit development work and/or successful fundraising and Bachelor’s degree required; professional certification or continuing education preferred. Extensive related experience may be substituted for a degree.

Excellent speaking, writing, and design skills; organization and attention to detail; and motivation to work both independently and as a team.

Significant office work experience is required, including excellent Windows-based computer, word processing, layout, mail merge, Excel, and web/social media skills. CRM/donor database experience, data analysis, graphic design, photography/video skills, valid driver’s license, and prior supervisory experience preferred. Familiarity with youth development, homeless programs, or advocacy is also a plus!

This position is based at New Beginnings' Lewiston, Maine agency headquarters with some local travel required; driver’s license and clean driving record preferred.

Other Information
This is a full-time nonexempt position with generous benefits including 100% employee health insurance with an HSA account option; 403B retirement plan; vision/dental coverage; life, disability, and long-term care insurance; and 33 days/year of earned benefit time off to start.

New Beginnings is an equal opportunity employer and we encourage applications from people of color, LGBTQ+ persons, and those with personal or professional experience with homelessness and/or high-poverty communities.

Organization Description
About New Beginnings, Inc.:

We are hiring talented and enthusiastic people who are committed to making a difference for homeless youth in Maine. For nearly 40 years, New Beginnings has helped children, teens, and young adults find safety, build connections, and access the opportunities for growth that they need to thrive. Our comprehensive services prevent young people from becoming homeless, support struggling families, and help vulnerable youth grow into stable and healthy adults.

Learn more at

How to Apply
Please submit a cover letter detailing your interest in the position and resume to Rachel Spencer-Reed, Director of Development and Community Services at or New Beginnings 134 College Street, Lewiston, ME 04240

Please note: Resumes submitted without cover letters will not be considered. Candidates selected to interview will be asked to submit marketing and writing samples as part of the hiring process.

Last Day to Apply
Open until filled

Northern Light Health
Philanthropy Officer - Major Gifts
(posted 07/17/2019)

Ellsworth, Maine

Job Description
This Position Covers Northern Light Maine Coast Hospital and Northern Light Blue Hill Hospital

SUMMARY: Experienced fundraising position with primary focus on major gift work and capital campaigns and/or service line, and other funding priorities as identified by hospital leadership. This position will focus on raising funds for Northern Light Health and its designated member organizations.


Identify, cultivates, solicit and provide stewardship for major gifts of $10,000 or more. Builds effective relationships with physicians, patients, grateful families, administration, board members, volunteers, community and civic leaders to advance the mission through philanthropy

2. Work in partnership with the Foundation leadership to shape and implement strategies for the cultivation and solicitation of major campaign prospects to support hospital funding priorities.

Achieve realistic and quantifiable goals based on mutually agreed upon fundraising metrics that will be the primary performance standards used to measure fundraising success.
Responsible for meeting established goals for # face-to-face meetings, # of gift solicitations and revenue goals.
Manage a portfolio of 125-150 donors and prospective donors to strategically advance through moves management and solicitation.
Keep timely and accurate records of donor and prospect interactions through the Raiser's Edge and NXT database.
Work closely with philanthropy staff to support signature fundraising events with a focus on cultivating major gift donors and prospects who participate.
Provide updates to Foundation board, hospital leadership, and hospital foundation council on fundraising initiatives and opportunities.
Identify and engage new major gift prospects for capital campaigns and other funding priorities as identified by hospital leadership.
Collaborate with director of prospect strategy and donor relations manager on general and tailored donor stewardship strategies that strengthen relationships with assigned and prospective donors.

11. Maintain high visibility with the hospital community; remains accessible to community members as a means of building positive donor relationships and to heighten awareness of Northern Light Health and its member organizations.

Work closely with Foundation colleagues and Community Relations to develop case for support, proposal communications, and stewardship materials needed for major gift and capital campaign fundraising.
Work closely with Foundation staff and Community Relations to ensure a coordinated message across the member organizations.

14. Promote a culture of philanthropy with Northern Light Health internal audiences; build philanthropic awareness through physicians, nursing, clinical and support staff, and maintain a presence throughout the hospital environment.

15. Collaborate with Foundation staff to accomplish the goals and objectives for the Northern Light Health Foundation.

1. Bachelor's degree required; preferred advanced degree in communications, organization management, health or business.

2. A minimum of five years of dedicated fundraising experience in a variety of roles that represent progressively increased responsibility in leadership and major giving.

3. Possess a demonstrated ability to manage a portfolio of donors and donor prospects, moving them through the cycle of giving to solicitation onto stewardship and sustained and increased giving.

4. Documented outcomes resulting from personal, one-on-one solicitations for contributions.

5. Ability to work independently within defined goals and standards.

6. A strong work ethic coupled with an enthusiastic and passionate approach to one's work

7. Strong verbal and written skills, well organized, self-directed with ability to meet deadlines.

8. The ability to deal effectively with physicians and other medical executives is critical

9. Achievement oriented, a good team player, and a successful team builder

10. Ability to work in a dynamic. Fast-paced environment and good at developing relationships both internally and externally with the various constituencies

11. Proficient with computerized information management in the fundraising setting, including Blackbaud Raiser's Edge and NXT.

12. Enjoy working with people and advancing the mission of healthcare fundraising.

13. Able to work effectively with people and inspire others to perform at a high level of efficiency and productivity.

14. Flexible work schedule to include weekends, evenings and select holidays.

15. Knowledgeable in planned giving and ability to discuss with donors

16. Valid driver's license

17. A working knowledge of marketing and public relations is a plus

Organization Description
Northern Light Health exists to make healthcare work for you. That is our mission. That is our purpose.

Northern Light Health is the most expansive integrated health care system in Maine. We provide care to people from Portland to Presque Isle and from Blue Hill to Greenville. We are comprised of nine member hospitals with 584 long-term beds, a single physician-led medical group, eight nursing homes, five emergency transport members, 37 primary care locations, and we employ more than 12,000 people in Maine.

How to Apply
Visit and search job number 62462.
If you have questions please contact us at or 207-973-7100.

Last Day to Apply

The Putney School
Campaign Coordinator
(posted 07/17/2019)

Putney, Vermont

Job Description
The school is looking for an experienced development professional to serve as coordinator for a five-year, comprehensive capital campaign. The campaign coordinator will provide guidance and support for an ambitious fund-raising effort, working closely with the director of development, the head of school, the board of trustees, and key volunteers.

Interested candidates should have significant prior responsibility for and demonstrated success with multi-million-dollar capital campaigns. S/he will report to the director of development as a member of a 7-person alumni/development team.

The successful candidate will have focused ambition, a track record of donor cultivation and solicitation, strong organizational and communications skills, a creative and resilient spirit, proficiency with the Microsoft Office suite, and an interest in progressive education.

Candidates should be familiar with prospect management tools, have a strong record of collaboration, and demonstrate optimism, integrity, discretion, and judgment.

Other Information
• Identifying, recruiting, educating, motivating, and managing campaign volunteers
• Guiding volunteers and staff in preparing for, executing, and documenting successful solicitations
• Maintaining campaign prospect and donor records
• Scheduling and planning campaign meetings
• Collecting and organizing background material, including research conducted by external providers and information in the school’s records
• Planning and executing campaign events
• Maintaining campaign lists, assignments, tickler files, and progress reports
• Developing campaign materials
• Optimizing social media and other communications
• Ensuring appropriate gift acknowledgement and donor recognition

Organization Description
The Putney School is a progressive boarding school of 235 students located in Putney, Vermont. Putney is committed to cultivating and sustaining a community that embraces difference, seeks inclusivity, and demands cultural awareness, and we hire accordingly. For more information on Putney, please visit our website at

How to Apply
Interested parties should send a cover note, resume, samples of relevant work, and contact information for at least three references to No snail mail, phone calls, or drop-ins please.

University of Maine Foundation
Senior Director of Southern Maine Operations
(posted 07/12/2019)

Falmouth, Maine

Job Description
The University of Maine Foundation seeks a motivated professional to manage our fundraising program at our Southern Maine Office in Falmouth located just north of Portland Maine’s largest metro area and economic hub.

Portland located on Casco Bay, with its high quality of life, ranks 23rd on the 2019 Best Places to Live list. Featuring cobblestone streets, Portland offers artful living and has been dubbed one of the greatest destination food towns in America.

The full job description can be found at

The University of Maine Foundation is an EEO/AA employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, age, disability, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.

A bachelor’s degree, 5-7 years of relevant fundraising/sales experience, or equivalent combination of education and experience is required. A master’s degree is preferred.

Organization Description
The University of Maine Foundation is an independent, nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization that operates with its own elected Board of Directors, subject to the ultimate control of the membership. Established in 1934, the Foundation exists to encourage gifts and bequests to promote academic achievement, foster research and elevate intellectual pursuits at the University of Maine in Orono and other charitable organizations.

How to Apply
Please apply by mail or email and include a letter of application, resume, and names and phone numbers of three references. Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled.

Email Address:

Mailing Address: Human Resources, University of Maine Foundation, Two Alumni Place, Orono, Maine 04469.

Last Day to Apply
Open until filled

Vermont Historical Society
Operations and Membership Assistant
(posted 07/10/2019)

Barre, Vermont

Job Description
The Operations and Membership Assistant will support the mission of the Vermont Historical Society through the handling of the day-to-day operations and stewardship of members and volunteers. The Operations and Membership Assistant will perform a variety of specialized record-keeping and reporting tasks related to general office management, annual fundraising campaign, membership, planned giving, and special events.

Office Responsibilities:
-Perform general clerical work for the organization, including staffing the reception desk in the main lobby of the History Center, greeting and providing assistance to the general public, and answering phones. Includes staffing reception desk on the 2nd Saturday of each month
-Open and close public entrances as well as galleries
-Provide administrative support to Executive Director (mailing, communication formatting, printing, photocopying, and other tasks as assigned)
-Record and maintain minutes of the Board of Trustees on behalf of the Board Secretary
-Monitor and maintain office supplies inventory and equipment
-Manage volunteer schedule
-Organize orientation and training materials for new staff, volunteers, and trustees

Development Responsibilities:
-Maintain primary donor database, currently Raiser's Edge
-Process donation and membership payments and produce acknowledgement letters
-Prepare membership renewal notices and track status of pledges from personal solicitations
-Coordinate and carry out bulk and special mailings
-Organize and maintain development paper files
-Assist with arrangements for development-related special events
-Ensure security, integrity, and confidentiality of data

A full job description, including information on benefits and salary, available at

Associates degree in business or other appropriate discipline, please two years of relevant experience required. Bachelor's degree and experience with Raiser's Edge or other donor management databases preferred.

Organization Description
The Vermont Historical Society (VHS) is a nonprofit organization that operates the Vermont History Museum in Montpelier, the Vermont History Center in Barre, and programming throughout the state. Established in 1838, its purpose is to reach a broad audience through outstanding collections, statewide outreach, and dynamic programming. The Vermont Historical Society believes that an understanding of the past changes lives and builds better communities. Visit the VHS's website at

How to Apply
To apply, please send a resume, cover letter, and contact information for three references to John Grosvenor, Director of Finance & Operations at

Last Day to Apply
July 26, 2019

Colgate University
Regional Advancement Director
(posted 07/10/2019)

Hamilton, New York

Job Description
Accountable for effectively developing and maintaining relationships with key major gift (and prospective major gift) constituents as assigned. Ensures effective qualification, cultivation, and stewardship of constituents. Responsible for increasing levels of annual and long-term engagement and giving within assigned constituents.
Responsible for effective management of fundraising projects and events as assigned. Accountable for positively representing all aspects of the university at all times.

- Must possess strong leadership, interpersonal, and communication skills.
- The ability to balance multiple priorities in a fast-paced organization and work effectively with staff, administrators, faculty, alumni, and board members is essential.
- Enthusiastic commitment to advancing the university's mission; experience in team building and project management.
- Must be able to work collegially and effectively with a diverse group of alumni, students, faculty, and staff on a daily basis.

- Experience in private college advancement is highly desirable with preference to those with a proven track record in garnering philanthropic support.

A bachelor's degree or the equivalent combination of education and experience from which comparable skills have been acquired is required.

It is the policy of Colgate University not to discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment on the basis of their race, color, creed, religion, age, sex, pregnancy, national origin, marital status, disability, protected Veteran Status, sexual orientation and gender identity and expression, genetic information, victims of domestic violence and stalking, familial status, and all other categories covered by law. This policy shall apply to all employment actions, including but not limited to recruitment, hiring, upgrading, promotion, transfer, demotion, layoff, recall, termination, rates of pay or other forms of compensation and selection for training at all levels of employment. Colgate University will not discharge or discriminate against employees or applicants who inquire about, discuss, or disclose their own compensation or the compensation of another employee or applicant. Colgate University is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Minorities/Females/Persons with Disabilities/Protected Veterans are encouraged to apply.

Apply Here:


How to Apply
Apply Online at

Last Day to Apply

George Stevens Academy
GSA Fund Director
(posted 07/10/2019)


Job Description
The GSA Fund Director

The GSA Fund Director leads George Stevens Academy’s efforts to grow donor participation and dollars raised for The GSA Fund, which directly supports students and faculty by providing funds needed for the daily operation of the school. The GSA Fund Director reports to the Director of Development and collaborates with administration, trustees, faculty, and students.

Responsibilities and Requirements
• Lead GSA’s efforts to increase The GSA Fund, meeting or exceeding goals set by the Head of School and Director of Development
• Build on existing relationships on campus and with donors and prospects within the GSA and peninsula communities.
• Work with the Development Committee, composed of trustees, parents, alumni, and friends, to secure constituent participation in The GSA Fund, including through volunteer programming and events
• Develop and implement leadership giving society strategies
• Provide comprehensive oversight of marketing and communications efforts using industry best practices and analytics to drive decisions and strategy
• Provide strategic direction to segmentation and messaging directed toward acquisition of new donors and retention of current donors
• Think strategically and execute in multiple channels simultaneously: direct and volunteer solicitation, print and electronic direct marketing, and social media
• Expand and update The GSA Fund’s presence on GSA’s website
• Have excellent written and oral communication and interpersonal skills
• Write, schedule, and execute print and electronic solicitations
• Lead all aspects of volunteer management: create and manage expectations, effective communication, goal setting, and efficient support
• Serve as primary contact for alumni for reunion and class gift information, class notes, profile updates, events, and communications
• Expand alumni volunteer structure through Class Agent program
• With members of the administration, plan meaningful ways to involve alumni in the life of the school and encourage interaction between students and alumni
• Compile class notes and write GSA Fund updates and alumni profiles for GSA publications and the website
• Plan and carry through the senior class gift program
• Work on weekends and nights as required for events and donor engagements, both on campus and off. Light travel—including overnight travel—is required, both locally and out of state.
• Be a high energy, charismatic leader with team-building skills
• Take initiative and demonstrate a strong work ethic, putting in extra effort when needed
• Embrace professional development opportunities, including attendance at occasional conferences.
• Hold a bachelor’s degree

Ideal Skills and Experience
• Five to seven years of direct or transferrable experience
• Track record of team leadership and personal action managing fundraising volunteers, directly soliciting leadership annual gifts, and growing donor participation
• Experience with Raiser’s Edge a major plus
• Demonstrated familiarity with customer-base segmentation techniques
• Understanding of and appreciation for the town academy model
• Familiarity with George Stevens Academy, our mission, and programs

Other Information
The successful candidate will lead GSA’s efforts to increase The GSA Fund, which directly supports students and faculty by providing funds needed for the daily operation of the school; work with the Development Committee to secure constituent participation in the GSA Fund; serve as primary contact for alumni and plan meaningful ways to involve alumni in the life of the school; and develop and implement a leadership giving program for The GSA Fund.

Organization Description
George Stevens Academy is a town academy on the coast of Maine. Founded in 1852, we are the high school for nearly all students from the seven towns in our rural community. We also enroll private-pay day and boarding students from around the world. Our students’ interests, talents, and aspirations reflect the diversity of the communities from which they come.

GSA provides a comprehensive and challenging education for all students, for those who will build futures in surrounding communities and for those who will make lives elsewhere in the world. Our many academic and experiential programs foster a love of knowledge, inspire creativity, instill self-confidence, encourage good character, and prepare each graduate for a purposeful life in a changing world.

How to Apply
Visit, where interested applicants should download and print the Employment Application, fill it out, and send it, along with a cover letter, resume, and three letters of reference, to Rada Starkey, Director of Development, George Stevens Academy, 23 Union Street, Blue Hill, ME 04614. Prospective applicants also may scan the completed application and submit it and the rest of the application package by email to

Last Day to Apply

Manchester Community Library
Director of Advancement
(posted 07/01/2019)

Manchester Center, VT

Job Description
The Director of Advancement serves as a key member of MCL’s leadership team and is responsible for advancing philanthropic support including operating, capital, and endowment funds. The incumbent will identify, solicit, and cultivate individuals, foundations, and corporate prospects through direct mail, grants, personal visits, and targeted events to meet the fundraising goals required to support the long-range sustainability of the Library. As the principal fundraising strategist, Director of Advancement will lead our efforts to increase our annual revenue significantly over the next four years, from our FY20 budget of $335K. This data-driven individual will use metrics and best practices to provide strategic guidance and support to the Executive Director, the Board of Trustees, and Development Committee members.

A list of qualifications can be found at our website: Click on "Join Our Team" to access the full position description.

Organization Description
Since the opening of our new building in 2014, the MCL has established itself as a hub of community life. Open to all, the Library is a place that not only connects patrons with books and ideas but with one another. Libraries such as ours are unique. Individuals of all ages walk through our doors, attending movie nights, practicing yoga, learning mah jongg, and finding companionship. At the MCL we are committed to creating a space where people from across all walks of life can come together and access freely our shared culture and heritage. Our Mission: Manchester Community Library is open to all as an inspiring gathering place for the community, providing resources for personal enrichment and growth.

How to Apply
Please send an email including a cover letter, resume, and three references to J. Violet Gannon, Executive Director, ( A criminal background check is required.

Last Day to Apply
Accepting applications until position is filled

Children’s Hospital at Dartmouth-Hitchcock
Community Relations Event & Project Coordinator
(posted 07/01/2019)

Lebanon, NH

Job Description
The Coordinator provides overall support in awareness building, fundraising and advocacy efforts for Children’s Hospital at Dartmouth-Hitchcock with a focus on corporate partnerships, volunteers, events, and other external community relationships.

• Supports CHaD corporate partnerships, including cause-marketing campaigns, corporate DIY events, volunteerism and grant programs.
• Tracks and reports on corporate fundraising, budgets, and grants.
• Manages financial reports, event budgets, deposits, and payment processing for related events. Creates, tracks, and manages relevant budgets, costs, and expenses for assigned activities. Serves as liaison to the development office, coordinates and supports departmental financial activities.
• Plans, coordinates, and manages logistics for key fundraising events or special projects for CHaD in coordination with other CHaD Community Relations team members. Develops detailed plans, tracks on plans and provides ongoing coordination of the logistical details. Develops, ensures and implements strategies for cost effective events and future growth of events.
• Prepares or arranges needed materials, vendors and venues for CHaD activities. Identifies, solicits, and creates contracts with vendors and facilities. Solicits sponsorships and in-kind donations.
• Conceptualizes, creates, and/or assists in the development and production of high quality materials including posters, flyers, videos, and presentations.
• Leads and assists with awareness building activities for CHaD in community forums region wide.
• Assists with overall CHaD fundraising plans and strategies. Includes serving as lead coordinator for special interest groups such as youth, corporate champions, general civic groups.
• Develops, manages, and maintains mailing lists and contact names for networks and civic groups in office databases.
• Supports and coordinates CHaD Corporate Champion relationships. Initiates, implements, and/or manages CHaD Champion accounts. Acts as store-to-store contact liaison with larger CHaD Champions with multi-state sites.
• Coordinates CHaD CR volunteers. Recruits, supervises, schedules, and directs volunteers for CHaD events and activities.
• Provides logistical oversight and detail management for all aspects of major CHaD fundraising and marketing events.
• Performs other duties as required or assigned.

Note: Position will have regular travel to our Bedford site to allow for corporate outreach activities statewide.

• Bachelor’s degree with 2 years of experience, or the equivalent in education and experience, required.
• Excellent written, verbal and interpersonal communication skills and the ability to work independently, assess priorities, and organize workload required.
• Prior experience in events management, public affairs, development or community relations office preferred.
• Demonstrated word processing, database management, graphics, video production, social media and spreadsheet computer skills preferred.

Other Information
Dartmouth-Hitchcock is an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, veteran status, gender identity or expression, or any other characteristic protected by law.

Organization Description
The Dartmouth-Hitchcock health system stretches over New Hampshire and Vermont and offers the quintessential New England experience. Anchored by the academic Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center in Lebanon, NH, the system includes the NCI-designated Norris Cotton Cancer Center, the Children’s Hospital at Dartmouth-Hitchcock; 4 affiliated hospitals and 30 Dartmouth- Hitchcock ambulatory clinics across the region. With no income or sales tax, this beautiful area combines history, industry and business and has been ranked consistently as one of the best places in the US to live and work. With destinations like Boston, New York, the seacoast and ski country within driving distance, the opportunities - both career and personal - truly make New Hampshire the ideal place to work and play.

How to Apply
Applicants are encouraged to apply online, Req #1900021D:

For more information, please contact:

Brandi Deutsch - Sr. Talent Acquisition Specialist

Last Day to Apply
October 1st, 2019

Community Engagement Lab
Development and Marketing Director
(posted 07/01/2019)

Montpelier, VT

Job Description
The Development and Marketing Director reports to the Executive Director (ED) and serves as a key leadership team member and an active participant in making strategic decisions affecting the CEL.

In partnership with the ED, this position is responsible for building awareness, cultivating and nurturing relationships with the CEL’s supporters, programming partners, and other fundraising connections in order to build the CEL’s impact, visibility and financial resources.

The Development and Marketing Director will design and implement a comprehensive plan for developing key alliances by cultivating individual and institutional philanthropic support. They will have primary responsibility for establishing and implementing the infrastructure needed to grow a $1M budget through the solicitation of major gifts, federal and state grants, event sponsorship, and corporate and foundation support.

They will expand and diversify the CEL’s donor base/pipeline and work closely with other team members to secure funding for new initiatives. In addition, they will work closely with the Board of Directors and support Board members as they take on active fundraising roles.

• Actively work with the ED, Board of Directors and staff to design and implement short and long range strategic plans.
• Develop, monitor and refine policies necessary for a strong fundraising organization.
• Actively work with the ED to develop and implement a comprehensive development strategy to include individual, corporate, foundation, government grants, etc.
• Design and implement a large-event sponsorship campaign
• Support and partner with the ED and board members on all major fundraising initiatives.
• Have primary responsibility for research, proposal development and follow up reporting for all proposals with a long-term relationship-management approach.
• Develop and implement a stewardship program aimed at cultivating deep ties with community partners and donors.
• Monitor and report regularly on the progress of the development program.
• Identify, develop, and mentor the development team (volunteers, board members, staff).

• High energy and passion for the CEL’s mission
• 5+ years experience as a non-profit executive in Vermont with demonstrated success in a development function (managing and forging relationships with multiple donor sources)
• Ability to influence and engage a wide range of donors and grant makers and build long-term relationships
• Tangible experience of having expanded and cultivated existing donor relationships over time
• Exceptional strategy development, project management and communication skills
• Flexible and adaptable style
• Ability to work independently and also a team player who will engage with others at varying levels of seniority within and outside of the CEL
• The ability to manage multiple tasks and projects at a time
• Strong organizational and time management skills with exceptional attention to detail
• Excellent verbal and written communication skills
• Relevant technology skills for record-keeping and donor relationships management

Other Information
Residency in Central/Northern Vermont is desirable, but not required. The CEL team works primarily remotely from home offices, with weekly team meetings in Montpelier.

This position requires reliable transportation and will involve travel throughout Vermont at all times of the year. During several key programming times it will require time in the evenings and weekends.

Salary and Benefits: $45,000 for .8 FTE (four days/week), plus $10,000 contribution to health insurance or retirement plan, plus $350 health and wellness activity reimbursement. Six weeks paid vacation plus all national holidays.

Organization Description
Founded in 2011, the Community Engagement Lab helps communities thrive and become more sustainable by engaging and inspiring people of all ages in projects that activate their creativity. CEL is a leader in placing creativity at the center of learning, so all students in Vermont have the creative and critical thinking skills they need to succeed in school, careers and life.

Learn more at

How to Apply
• Send cover letter and resume with three references to Executive Director Paul Gambill:
• Inquiries should be sent to Paul Gambill via the email above, or call 802-595-0087.
• The Community Engagement Lab is an equal opportunity employer.

Last Day to Apply
Open until filled

University of New Hampshire
(posted 06/20/2019)

Durham, NH

Job Description

Location: UNH, Durham, NH

Department: UNH Marine Sciences and Ocean Engineering [UZMS00]

Posting Number/Job Order #: PS1298FY19

Summary of Position:

The key objective of the Director of Community Relations is to nurture meaningful relationships with our community and the public. Applicants should be excited about developing and implementing plans to increase awareness, engagement, and support for SML's mission and programs. Reports directly to and works closely with the ED to perform duties. The role is a varied one that combines elements of relationship building, stakeholder management, fundraising and public programs. This position will partner with SML leadership to carry out the 2018-2028 SML Strategic Plan.

Duties include managing donor relations, implementing community outreach programs, organizing events, writing and releasing publicity material such as press releases and developing public relations strategies that will promote the organization's mission. Excellent interpersonal skills are a must, team-building, organization, as well as proven communications expertise in one or more communications skills (e.g. writing, social media, graphic design, etc.). Overnight time on Appledore Island is required in the summer. Travel and evening events are to be expected.

Duties / Responsibilities:

• Donor Relations (40%): Oversee SML’s development activities with support from the ED
-Coordinate giving efforts with SML development staff (giving day, 603 challenge, wheelhouse day, private tours/visits, salons).
-Manage donor database.
-Track and manage gifts.
-Educate the SML seasonal staff understanding & expectations about donor visits.
-Donor appreciation (cards, communication highlights, student cards, annual gifts…).
-oversee donor visits.
-Managed capital campaigns with support from ED.
-Alumni Relations:
-Oversee the development of a SML Alumni and Friends Association (SML AFA ).
-Plan and implement annual SML AFA weekend.
-Plan and implement activities throughout the year to engage SML alumni.

• Communications (25%): Oversee SML brand consistency and innovation.
-Manage and grow SML’s web, social media, and email communications and marketing programs to produce high quality communications in pace with trends in such media outlets.
-Manage SML Contact Database (CRM ) with other admin staff
-Ensure a consistence voice for SML in communicating with our community and the public.
-Create and distribute SML press releases and media communications
-Manage high quality marketing materials (collateral) and advertising public programs.
-Keep current on UNH /Cornell marine science related activities and events
-Work with communication partners at UNH , Cornell, and others to coordinate communication efforts.
-Build and maintain relationships with university partners, journalists, bloggers, and public audiences that will help advance our work
-Co-write monthly newsletter with ED and SML Staff.
-Manager SML store merchandise, finances, & operations (including training SML staff on store operations).

• Public Events (25%): Coordinate public relations SML events.
-Oversee public relations event coordination with help from SML staff and volunteers.
-Manage social media and advertisement of events.
-Manage public outreach education program
-Work with ED to develop programs
-Serve as SML liaison for registration, payment, and communication related to adult and family programming (with SML’s Office Manager)
-Recruit and hire teachers/leaders.
-Organize programs – dates, materials, special needs.
-Educate the SML seasonal staff understanding & expectations regarding public programs.
-Program follow up – appreciations, solicitations, and program evaluation.

• End of year reporting (10%)
-Lead the production of the SML annual report with help from all SML Staff.
-Adult and family programming revenue and expenses.
-SML store revenue and expenses.
-Quantify SML public relations efforts (# tours, alumni engagement, contact database, etc.).

Additional Job Information:

Acceptable minimum level of education:


Acceptable minimum years of experience: 5-7 years

Other minimum qualifications:

1. A B.A./B.S. (minimum) or M.A./M.S. (desired) in marine science, communications, marketing, or public relations (or related field).

2. Minimum of 5 years of directly related experience that demonstrates success in development, capital campaigns, community communication, marketing, public relations, or other related fields.

3. Demonstrated excellence in written skills, public presentations, negotiations.

4. Team-oriented, enthusiastic, open-minded, adaptable, creative, visionary individual with experience and passion about SML’s mission.

Additional Preferred Qualifications:

1. Public education program management.

2. Deep understanding of marine studies and/or for experiential undergraduate education.

Other Information
Salary Information:

Salary is complemented by a comprehensive benefits package which includes medical, dental, retirement, tuition, and paid time off.

Percent Time Information (FTE): 1.0

Grade: 22

Posting Date: 06/06/2019

Open Until Filled: Yes

Posting Open to Internal Candidates Only?: No

Interested Internal Candidates Exist?: No

Job Category: Salaried Staff (Exempt)

Appointment Type: Grant Funded

DOT Safety Information: None applicable

Organization Description
Institution Information:

The University of New Hampshire is a major research institution, providing comprehensive, high-quality undergraduate programs and graduate programs of distinction. UNH is located in Durham on a 188-acre campus, 60 miles north of Boston and 8 miles from the Atlantic coast, and is convenient to New Hampshire’s lakes and mountains. There is a student enrollment of 13,000 students, with a full-time faculty of over 600, offering 90 undergraduate and more than 70 graduate programs.

How to Apply
To apply, visit

The University System of New Hampshire is an Equal Opportunity/Equal Access/Affirmative Action employer. The University System is committed to creating an environment that values and supports diversity and inclusiveness across our campus communities and encourages applications from qualified individuals who will help us achieve this mission. The University System prohibits discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, disability, veteran status, or marital status. Application by members of all underrepresented groups is encouraged. Hiring is contingent upon eligibility to work in the U.S.

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Himalayan Cataract Project (
Institutional Development Officer
(posted 06/20/2019)

Waterbury, VT or Norwich, VT

Job Description
The Institutional Development Officer is responsible for conducting the full range of activities required to prepare, submit, and manage grant proposals to foundation, corporate and government sources. The Institutional Development Officer is an integral part of the HCP development team and is charged with growing foundation, corporate, and government support.

The Institutional Development Officer works to advance the organization’s foundation, corporate
and government fundraising efforts in support of our mission.
● Understanding of institutional history and programs.
● Researching potential funding opportunities
● Perform prospect research on foundations and corporations to evaluate prospects for
corporate and foundation grants; and synthesize pertinent information
● Tracking all grant requirements
● Responding to request for proposals
● Coordinating grant submissions from start to finish including:
o preparing letters of intent
o reviewing the literature
o writing narratives
o working with key staff to obtain programmatic and financial information
o comply with all grant reporting as required by foundation/corporate donors.
o submitting applications in coordination with the leadership team
o working with organization leadership to complete program requirements (postaward)
● Developing project plans with appropriate timeframes to effectively communicate and
work with staff and funders
● Provide stewardship to current donors, including work with Program and
Communications colleagues to provide regular written updates to corporate and
foundation donors.
● Coordinate appointments or visits for HCP representatives with foundation officers and
other prospects, arrange for site visits for supporters (foundation officers, foundation
● Maintain current records in database and in paper files, including grant tracking and

Other Responsibilities
All employees are expected to work as a team and to contribute to any activity that could
promote the success of the organization.

The successful candidate will be a strategic thinker with strong political sensitivities and excellent judgment; an outstanding writer able to perform under tight deadlines; a skilled project manager able to drive the work of multiple people towards the submission of high quality, competitive grant proposals; and an accomplished multi-tasking professional. He or she will ideally possess some knowledge of health care or public health.

Undergraduate degree required; Masters or equivalent preferred. Minimum of two (2-4) years of grant writing or comparable experience. Previous experience with non-profit fundraising. Proven experience writing successful five to six-figure grant proposals.

Knowledge and Skills:
● Strong written communication skills; ability to write clear, structured, articulate, and
persuasive proposals.
● Strong editing skills.
● Attention to detail.
● Ability to meet deadlines.
● Knowledge of fundraising information sources.
● Experience with proposal writing and institutional donors.
● Knowledge of basic fundraising techniques and strategies.
● Knowledge and familiarity with research techniques for fundraising prospect research.
● Strong contributor in team environments
● Experience working in deadline-driven environments.
● Able to work well in a team environment, handle multiple assignments and meet
● Able to monitor and meet income goals.

Himalayan Cataract Project is a high-energy and fast-paced organization. We work to change
eye care in the developing world with a firm commitment to eradicating unnecessary blindness
and reaching the unreachable patient. We are a small team where everyone plays an important
role and has an impact. We hire individuals who are professional, collaborative and creative
thinkers with a passion for our mission.

Organization Description
Himalayan Cataract Project (HCP) works to provide critical eye care services, training for health
professionals, and enhanced eye care infrastructure throughout the developing world where lack
of access to eye care results in unnecessary blindness. Thirty-nine million people are
needlessly suffering from blindness worldwide, 18 million of whom are blind from
treatable cataracts that can be cured with a 10-minute, $25 surgery. HCP has offices in
Vermont and in the Washington, DC metro area, with programs in 7 countries on 2 different

Himalayan Cataract Project typically derives between 25-30 percent of its $12.4 million annual
budget from private foundations and 7-10 percent from governments grants. HCP has
successfully partnered with USAID’s Division of American Schools and Hospitals Abroad
(ASHA) since 2005 on projects in Nepal, Myanmar, Ghana and Ethiopia.
This is an exciting time for the Himalayan Cataract Project. With increased exposure and
visibility (MacArthur Foundation 100&Change Semi-Finalist and April 2017 60 Minutes feature),
we are expanding our team to meet new challenges, scale our work, and broaden our reach. We
are seeking individuals with an aptitude for operating in growth environments with interest and/or
experience in scaling systems.

How to Apply
We invite qualified candidates to submit a resume and cover letter. Please send materials via
email to:

Last Day to Apply
Open until filled.

Himalayan Cataract Project (
Major Gifts Officer
(posted 06/20/2019)

Waterbury, VT or Norwich, VT

Job Description
The Major Gifts Officer’s primary responsibility is to annually increase the number of donors over $1,000 that give to the organization and the total amount of annual revenue received from this group of individual donors paying special attention to donors giving $5,000 and up. The Major Gifts Officer is an integral part of the HCP team responsible for meeting the annual revenue goals of the organization.

The Major Gifts Officer works to advance the organization’s fundraising efforts, with critical
attention to individual gifts and managing a portfolio of major donors, in support of our mission.

● Work with leadership to build its major gift program using established major donor
relationship protocols for cultivating, soliciting and providing stewardship.
● Manage a portfolio of major donors, tracking donor touches (calls, visits, emails, other
outreach), cultivation, solicitation and stewardship for major donor work.
● Manage and lead the solicitations for donors giving $1,000 to $10,000, including Family
Foundations giving $1,000 and above.
● Manage and provide staffing for solicitations for donors who give $10,000 to $100,000+,
including both existing donor relationships and new relationships requiring top-level
attention. This will include advising on strategy as well as providing draft
correspondence and briefings; assistance in setting appointments and travel planning;
and timely follow-up.
● Draft highly personalized and substantive correspondence, proposals, and other written
● Prepare strategy, briefing, and debriefing materials for meetings with donors and
● Work collaboratively with other members of development team, as well as Board of
Directors and volunteers working in development.
● Gain strong understanding of institutional history and programs.
● Perform prospect research and synthesize pertinent information.
● Effectively communicate and work with staff and funders.

Other Responsibilities
All employees are expected to work as a team and to contribute to any activity that could
promote the success of the organization.


● The successful candidate will be a strategic thinker with strong political sensitivities and
excellent judgment; an outstanding verbal communicator and networker; and an
accomplished multi-tasking professional.
● Undergraduate degree required; Masters or equivalent preferred.
● Minimum of 3-5 yrs. progressive non-profit fundraising experience, including experience
working in a major donor environment. Proven experience closing five to six-figure gifts.
● Experience with Raiser’s Edge
● Planned giving experience a plus
● Excellent communication and diplomacy skills: the proven ability to communicate
effectively with major donors and volunteers in writing and in person
● The ability to work with staff across departments and promote productivity in a pleasant
work environment
● The ability to apply strategic and creative thinking, while being persistent, motivated and
energetic, along with the ability to work in detail-oriented fashion
● Solid organizational skills: the ability to work independently, flexibly, and productively in
a fast-paced environment and the ability to manage a multi-faceted workload
● Good computer skills: facility with MS Word, Excel, and email/internet software
● Ability to travel

Organization Description
The Himalayan Cataract Project (HCP) works to provide critical eye care services, training for health
professionals, and enhanced eye care infrastructure throughout the developing world where lack
of access to eye care results in unnecessary blindness. Thirty-nine million people are needlessly suffering from blindness worldwide, 18 million of whom are blind from treatable cataracts that can be cured with a 10-minute, $25 surgery. HCP has offices in Vermont and in the Washington, DC metro area, with programs in 7 countries on 2 different continents.
This is an exciting time for the Himalayan Cataract Project. With increased exposure and visibility (MacArthur Foundation 100&Change Semi-Finalist, April 2017 60 Minutes feature, and March 2018 NPR feature), we are expanding our team to meet new challenges, scale our work, and broaden our reach. We are seeking individuals with an aptitude for operating in growth environments with interest and/or experience in scaling systems.

How to Apply
We invite qualified candidates to submit a resume and cover letter. Please send materials via
email to:

Last Day to Apply
Open until filled.

Pine Tree Society
Database Coordinator
(posted 06/18/2019)

Bath, ME

Job Description
Do you want to come to work every day knowing what you do has impact? At Pine Tree Society, every day is a new opportunity to make a difference in the lives of Maine people with disabilities. Our motto is “Discovering Abilities Together” and we love what we do and we do it with purpose and integrity because we see first hand the positive impact we have on the lives of people with disabilities. If you love being challenged in an innovative, forward-thinking workplace, join the Pine Tree Society team.

The Database Coordinator is responsible for comprehensive database support and analysis. The Database Coordinator is part of a high-performing team that together, implements a comprehensive development program of identifying, engaging, soliciting and stewarding annual, major and planned gift donors and prospects to help fund Pine Tree Society’s transformational impact.
This position will require travel two days a week to our Scarborough office.

General Functions:

Database Management: Coordinate all aspects of the database including: gift entry and acknowledgement, updating records, generating reports, analyzing data, working with database vendor, implementing all import/export projects, coordinating all data cleansing projects. Control/code maintenance including managing appeals, funds, campaigns and other system coding.

Data Support: Provide spport related to donor lists/reports for events, annual giving, direct mail projects, major gifts and planned giving prospects. Develop and review all data management, data processing, and systems that promote and support donor prospect strategies and goals.

General Development Support: Provide vision and support for information deployment and technical enhancements to the Foundation’s infrastructure, fundraising activities and initiatives. Provide general support for fundraising staff and coordinate efforts with the Finance department. Keep abreast of the fundraising and database fields through appropriate list-serves, blogs, websites, publications, webinars and conferences/seminars, and share with other development staff.

• The ideal candidate will have a BS or BA degree with two years or more of working with constituent databases, ideally in the nonprofit setting.
• Working knowledge and experience using eTapestry is a plus.
• Must be comfortable working in a fast-paced environment while being flexible and detail-oriented.
• Exceptional organizational skills.
• Exceptional written and verbal communication and proof-reading ability.
• Ability to work with diverse range of individuals.

Other Information
Benefits: We offer a competitive salary, a comprehensive benefit package including health, dental, life, short-term disability as well as supplemental benefits, a 403(b) retirement plan, a generous PTO and paid holiday policy, which allows for a great work-life balance. EOE

How to Apply
Please email resume and cover letter to Trish Hansen, HR Assistant, at or mail same to 149 Front Street, Bath, ME 04530.

Questions? Call 207-386-5926

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