Regional Development Director, Northeast
MedShare International, Inc.
MedShare offers a tremendous opportunity for an experienced fundraising leader to serve as the visible presence for MedShare throughout the Northeast region. Building upon an existing base of major gifts, the entrepreneurial person in this position will have the ability to draw on the 19-year history and resources from MedShare’s national base of support and existing offices. The Development Director is responsible for significantly expanding the Corporate and Individual donor base in New York, New Jersey, Connecticut and surrounding states. A complete job description is online.
- Bachelor’s degree
- Experience in global health/global development fundraising
- Existing relationships with high level corporate, foundation and individual contacts in New York City
- 7-10 years’ experience in Development, including experience in personally soliciting major gifts
- Strong work ethic, ability to work independently
- Excellent written and oral presentation skills
- Experience using Microsoft OfficeSuite and Blackbaud Raiser’s Edge
- Experience living or traveling in the developing world and an international world view
- Fluency in English is required, knowledge of Spanish and/or French is desired
How to apply
Interested applicants should submit a resume, cover letter and salary requirements via email with “Regional Development Director, NE Region” in the subject line. A slate of successful candidates will be invited for interviews. Due to the large number of resumes generated, only successful candidates will be contacted. Phone calls are discouraged.
Director of Development – University Athletics
Fairleigh Dickinson University
Reporting to the AVP for University Advancement, with additional responsibility to athletic directors at Metropolitan Campus (D-I) and Florham Campus (D-III), Director of Development – University Athletics is responsible for planning, directing and overseeing the development activities for all athletics fundraising. Director will engage in face-to-face visits intended to identify, cultivate, solicit and steward prospective and current donors who can support the initiatives of athletic departments and University. Computer literacy. For additional details, please visit the site.
- Bachelor’s degree.
- Five years in fundraising.
- Written and oral skills.
- Travel locally and nationally.
- Driver’s license and transportation.
- Employment contingent upon satisfactory background check. Candidates to sign waiver authorizing background check and produce Social Security Card.
Applicants not discriminated against on basis of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, national origin, age, disability, or protected veteran status. FDU takes affirmative action in policy to employ and advance in employment individuals who are minorities, women, protected veterans, individuals with disabilities.
How to apply
Chief Executive Officer
Girl Scouts Heart of New Jersey
Girl Scouts Heart of New Jersey announces a search partnership with Evergreen Executive Source, LLC to identify candidates and advise on selection of a new CEO. Girl Scouts Heart of New Jersey is the preeminent organization serving the interests of girls in the region, seeking to bring out the greatness in every girl, empowering her to pursue her dreams, and make the world a better place. A full description is available via Evergreen’s site.
The ideal candidate will possess outstanding dedication to the nonprofit sector, with emphasis on youth-serving programs. In addition, this individual’s strengths will include broad based business skills with a minimum of five years’ comparable executive-level experience including P&L, and eight or more years in leadership roles of progressive responsibility. The new CEO will have demonstrated ability in fundraising and/or direct sales skills and experience and fiscal management of budgets in excess of $5-million.
How to Apply
We urge interested candidates to apply as soon as possible to meet the Council’s timetable for the selection of a new CEO. Applications will continue to be reviewed until this important position is filled.
For immediate consideration, please e-mail your cover letter and resume along with salary history to Bob Perodeau, Principal, Evergreen Executive Source, LLC or call (800) 286-4009.
Director, Client Partnerships
The Angeletti Group
The Angeletti Group (TAG) seeks a motivated, experienced development professional to join our dynamic and growing team of frontline development and fundraising consultants. This position is based out of our New Jersey or Connecticut offices, with the majority of work conducted onsite at client locations (mostly in the Philadelphia/New Jersey/New York/Southern New England region). The primary role of the Director, Client Partnerships will be to serve as project manager and/or support on a range of client engagements. Additional details are available on our site.
- Must have demonstrated success working with nonprofit organizations to achieve fundraising goals.
- Experience with comprehensive, target and capital campaigns/major gifts preferred.
- Must be capable of working effectively with board members, staff members, volunteers, and donors/prospects.
- Excellent project management skills required, including demonstrated experience coordinating multiple work streams and/or managing multiple projects.
- Strong interpersonal, analytical, and organizational skills required.
- Excellent communication skills (verbal and written) and an ability to build relationships with clients and potential clients.
- 4+ years of experienced preferred.
How to apply
To be considered, candidates should submit a resume and cover letter including a statement of interest via email.
Safe & Sound Somerset
Executive Director will be responsible for overall management and operation of the organization. Our mission is to empower survivors of domestic abuse and engage the community to break the cycle of violence. Primary responsibilities include: supervision of senior management staff, developing fundraising and financial strategies including development of the annual budget and overall financial oversight, providing leadership to staff and overseeing human resources and personnel, and cultivating and maintaining relationships with community and funders. Additional details are available online.
Bachelor’s Degree, with ten plus years’ experience in non-profit management, preferably as an Executive Director, and/or finance/business administration;
Ideal candidate will also have domestic violence specialist certification or willingness to complete a Domestic Violence education program.
How to Apply
Interested candidates should send a cover letter, resume and references via email by November 1, 2017 to Trudy Doyle, President, Board of Trustees.
Senior Director of Development Arts and Sciences and Professional Schools
Fordham University seeks a mission-driven Senior Director of Development Arts and Sciences and Professional Schools (the Senior Director). The Senior Director will develop the strategy for the expansion of individual, major gift philanthropy for the School in order to meet the School’s goals and aspirations. While providing fundraising leadership to the School’s development team of five professionals, the Senior Director of Development will identify and maintain a portfolio of top major gift prospects.
In addition to successful experience in the planning and implementation of a fundraising plan within a complex higher educational institution, the Senior Director will have extensive experience in the planning and implementation of capital campaigns. The Senior Director will have a solid track record of staff management and of working with top level volunteers, donors, and faculty. He or she will have significant experience in the identification, cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship of major gifts from a variety of constituencies.
How to apply
Fordham University has retained Freeman Philanthropic Services, LLC to facilitate this executive recruitment. Please send confidential inquiries and applications directly to Freeman Philanthropic Services, LLC via email.
Principal Gifts Officer
Weill Cornell Medicine
The Principal Gifts Officer will play an important role in expanding Weill Cornell’s capacity to take full advantage of its leadership and philanthropic opportunities. He or she will serve as a visible frontline fundraiser and maintain a portfolio of high-level prospects and donors of paramount importance to Weill Cornell. He or she will also lead a team of junior and mid-level fundraisers.
This position’s primary focus is identifying, cultivating, soliciting, closing, and stewarding principal gifts ($2 million+). The PGO will work closely with esteemed faculty, high-level volunteers (e.g., board members), and staff to develop principal gift opportunities.
How to apply
Weill Cornell Medicine has retained Freeman Philanthropic Services, LLC to assist on this executive recruitment. Please send all confidential inquiries, applications, and nominations directly to FPS. Applications must include (1) an up-to-date resume and (2) a letter of interest (addressed to FPS) that specifically cites the experiences that best prepare the applicant for this role and why this particular opportunity is the logical and desired next step in his/her career. Additional materials and information will be requested during the search and interview process. Weill Cornell Medicine is committed to diversity among its employees and encourages qualified candidates from all backgrounds to apply. EOE/M/F/D/V
Runway of Dreams Foundation
Proram Director is a full time job that oversees the coordination and administration of all aspects of the Foundation’s charitable programming including planning, organizing, staffing, leading, and evaluating program activities.
-Planning program delivery
-Ensuring that programs operate within the approved budget
-Recruiting and engaging volunteers for appropriate program activities
-Coordinating program messaging across all platforms
-Monitoring program activities on a regular basis and conducting an annual evaluation according to the program framework
Hours are flexible; health benefits are not included.
- Bachelor’s degree in related fields
- Minimum 5-8 years of experience in the field and proven record of success
- Excellence in communications, planning, organization, problem-solving, performance evaluation, data analysis, reporting and budgeting, computer skills, strategic thinking, relationship building, leadership skills, and the ability to work with a variety of different people.
$50,000 – $70,000; commensurate with experience.
How to apply
Send resumes via email.
Runway of Dreams Foundation
The Grant Writer is a part-time, hourly role who would be responsible for defining and developing funding proposals to foundations, corporations, and government entities for both restricted projects and unrestricted operating revenue.
-Research viable funding sources with grant-making priorities
-Manage prospect cultivation and funder stewardship
-Collect all material and data necessary to prepare, develop and submit funding proposals;
-Maintain application deadline and reporting requirements calendar;
-Ensure compliance with all funding requirements;
-Submit timely reports to funders
- Bachelors degree in Communications, English, Writing, or related field. Professional certification preferred.
- Minimum 3-5 years of experience in the field and proven track record of success
- Excellence in writing, research, interpreting/analyzing data, organization, computer skills and ability to meet deadlines
$50 – $100 per hour; commensurate with experience
How to apply
Send resume via email.
National Director, Major & Principal Gifts
Magee-Womens Research Institute
Magee-Womens Research Institute (MWRI)has an extraordinary opportunity to affirm its status as a global women’s research institute. To propel this ambitious institutional goal, MWRI seeks a mission-driven, strategic entrepreneurial fundraiser to serve as the National Director, Major & Principal Gifts (the National Director). The National Director will work remotely and be integral in the continued long-term expansion of the MWRI’s philanthropic support and, as such, will be responsible for broadening and deepening support from individuals, corporations, and foundations.
The ideal candidate for the National Director role will have an extensive record of closing principal-level gifts, ideally within a multi-unit, fast-paced academic medical, scientific and/or research-intensive environment. The successful candidate will possess the poise to work with philanthropic leaders, as well as the stature and intellectual agility to work with high-level administrative, principal investigators, faculty, and scientific leadership.
How to apply
Magee-Women’s Research Institute has retained Freeman Philanthropic Services, LLC to facilitate this executive recruitment. Please send confidential inquiries and applications directly to Freeman Philanthropic Services, LLC via e-mail.