Development Associate – Part Time
Imagine, A Center for Coping with Loss
- Processing and acknowledgement of donations
- Scheduling, preparing and attending monthly development committee meetings
- Drafting correspondence to donors, prospects and stakeholders
- Organizing events (occasional evenings)
- Participating in tours and conducting follow up calls to guests
- Organizing and executing 1-2 mailings per year
- Help organizing annual fundraiser
- Assisting with website and social media updates
- Editing quarterly e-newsletter
- Managing database and producing reports and queries
- Participating in projects as assigned by the Director of Development and the Executive Director
We are looking for a development generalist with at least 1 – 3 years development experience. S/he must have strong database skills, event management experience and be detail oriented. Candidate will also possess superior time management skills, written and verbal communication skills, and be able to multitask and prioritize with ease.
$22,500 – $27,500
How to apply
Interested candidates, please submit a resume with cover letter to our email . No phone calls please.
Please note: This position is part-time, with immense growth potential. It is our intention that it becomes a full-time position in the near future if / when funding allows.
Vice President for Institutional Advancement
Felician University seeks an advancement professional to serve as Vice President for Institutional Advancement. A key member of the President’s Cabinet, the Vice President reports to the President, assuming a strategic role in management of the University. S/he acts as University’s chief advancement officer responsible for fundraising activities and oversees the direct reporting units: Donor, Corporate and Foundation Relations, Institutional Communications, Alumni Relations, Annual Giving, Major Gifts and Advancement Research. S/he participates in decisions regarding the priorities/policies of the University.
BA/BS required, Master’s preferred; 10+ years experience in progressively responsible fundraising and management positions in higher education; comprehensive knowledge of the local/regional philanthropic community; professionally active; strong knowledge of current fundraising practices/systems in higher education; proven track record in planning/implementing fundraising programs; demonstrated experience recruiting and working with volunteers; excellent communication, leadership and organizational skills; proven success with comprehensive campaigns; ability to represent a values-centered Catholic University and work effectively to promote the mission of the institution.
How to apply
Interest applicants should submit a letter of interest, a current resume, and contact information for five professional references via email to Janet Centanni . Applications will be reviewed as they are received until the position has been filled. All applications and nominations will be considered highly confidential.
Vice President of Philanthropy and Executive Director of the Fellowship Senior Living Foundation
Fellowship Senior Living
To support our continued growth and excellence, Fellowship Senior Living (“FSL”), a leading Life Plan Community (“LPC”) seeks a dynamic fundraising leader to serve as the Vice President of Philanthropy & Executive Director of the FSL Foundation. As a front-line fundraiser and visible advocate for FSL, the Vice President of Philanthropy will build relationships throughout the FSL community, collaborating with residents, families, volunteers, and other constituencies to support the mission and strategic goals of FSL. Please visit our site for a full description.
- Demonstrated commitment to work closely with seniors and to advocate for their health and well-being
- A minimum of seven to ten years of progressively responsible development experience
- The ability to plan, develop, implement, evaluate, and direct a diversified fund development program
- The expertise to artfully cultivate, solicit, and steward major and planned gift donors
- Experience building and sustaining a committed and influential volunteer board
- Leadership ability to direct the operations of the FSL Foundation to achieve annual development budget goals
How to apply
The search is being led by Richner & Richner, LLC. Please send a cover letter and resume to Kelly Quilter, CFRE.
Director of Development
DePaul Catholic High School
DePaul Catholic High School seeks an entrepreneurial, collaborative, dynamic and goal-oriented advancement professional to serve as its next Director of Development. Arriving on the heels of our 60th Anniversary and four years of continued growth in the school’s annual fund, the new Director will have the opportunity to invest in and build on the existing philanthropic momentum of the school.
The successful candidate is required to have a Bachelor’s degree (a Master’s degree is preferred but not required) and three to five year experience (preferably as Director) that includes success in building relationships, securing substantial foundation, corporate and major gifts, consensus building, and the development of creative and innovative programs and strategies. The ideal candidate will possess excellent communications skills; computer literacy; and fluency with Raiser’s Edge. Experience working in a school or college setting is highly desirable.
How to apply
Please submit cover letter and resume directly to Joseph M. Tweed, President, DePaul Catholic High School.
Senior Director of Development, Annual Programs & Alumni Relations
Albert Einstein College of Medicine at Montefiore Medicine
Located at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine, this role is a high-level opportunity to elevate annual giving and alumni relations at both Montefiore and Einstein. With the understanding that active alumni, patients, faculty and staff, and community friends are essential in building support for the goals of Montefiore and Einstein, the successful candidate will have a responsibility for increasing engagement among these various group.
Along with confidence and high emotional intelligence, the Senior Director of Development, Annual Programs and Alumni Relations will have strong management experience and the demonstrated ability to effectively engage an alumni and volunteer network. A dynamic leader, the ideal candidate will implement creative strategies to build capacity by identifying, tracking and nurturing the various constituency groups of the hospitals’ and college, while ensuring that relationships with existing constituencies are broadened and deepened.
How to apply
Montefiore Medicine has retained Freeman Philanthropic Services, LLC to assist with this important recruitment. The complete position profile can be viewed at Freeman’s site.
Please send confidential inquiries directly to Freeman Philanthropic Services, LLC via e-mail . Montefiore is an equal opportunity employer dedicated to a diverse workplace free of any forms of harassment.
Chief Executive Officer
Girl Scouts of the Jersey Shore
Acts in partnership with the Board to lead council functions, directing strategic plan implementation. Stewards the council’s human, material and fiscal assets and is the outward facing executive with community partners and funders. Principal goals are in membership development, of both girls and adults; fostering a culture of philanthropy, and raising the awareness of Girl Scouting in the communities served. The CEO will ensure diversity and the inclusion of girls from all communities and backgrounds.
Dedication to the mission of Girl Scouts with seven or more years of comparable executive experience. Must have communications and sales skills indicating ability to achieve fundraising goals. Strong abilities in financial management, human relations and staff management, and planning skills. Minimum of an undergraduate degree.
How to apply
We encourage expressions of interest as early as possible to accommodate the Council’s need to fill this important position. For consideration, please e-mail your cover letter and resume along with salary history to Bob Perodeau, Principal, Evergreen Executive Source, LLC . Phone inquires can be directed to Voice 800-286 4009. Please visit Evergreen Executive Source for the full position description.
Mount Saint Mary Academy
The Advancement Director is responsible for implementing the advancement plans and activities of Mount Saint Mary Academy. The Advancement Director is charged with identifying, cultivating and securing third source funding, as directed by the Head of School and working closely with the Administration and Board of Trustees. The Advancement Director will guide the Advancement Cabinet as directed by the Head of School.
The Advancement Director will be responsible for directing and coordinating Advancement Office personnel in the handling of all pertinent data and the execution of all aspects of the donation process in all formats: from constituent and gift data entry of incoming mail, phone and internet donations, including recurring gifts and pledges, to outgoing receipts, letters and reports.
How to apply
Event & Marketing Coordinator
The Center for Great Expectations
The Center for Great Expectations (CGE) is seeking a post-entry level individual to support the Director of Development in the areas of event and marketing coordination. The Coordinator will provide staffing support for event committees, coordinate newsletters and social media calendar as well as manage the donor database and overall stewardship program. This position is a full-time position. Ideally, the individual will have 1 – 3 year(s) experience.
- Commitment to mission
- Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university
- One to three year(s) experience in non-profit event and marketing area
- Social media fluency
- Proven team player
- Strong written and verbal communication skills
- Excellent organizational skills
- Knowledge of Donor-Perfect a plus, donor database knowledge is important
$40,000 – $50,000
How to apply
Please send resumes and cover letters to Pam Deluca.