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DATE POSTED – April 25, 2019
Director of Development 
LOCATION - The Be Brave for Life Foundation 
DESCRIPTION - This position provides a unique opportunity for a dedicated, entrepreneurial, results-oriented community fundraiser to make a significant impact on our growing program. You will report to the Executive Director and be able to work from home with minimum travel (usually to Southern Vermont around once a month), and there will be a few required weekends/year for major fundraising/community events. Hours can be flexible between 20 hours/week up to full time (We are most interested in finding the right person with healthcare fundraising experience). 
Primary Duties and Responsibilities: Director of Development will be responsible for: Our annual development plan, including the cultivation, stewardship and solicitation of current and potential individual, corporate and foundation donors. The research and creation of grant proposals and stewardship reports. The oversight of all fundraising efforts and functions of the Foundation. Manage the creation of appeal letters and solicitation materials, including web-based fundraising strategies. Contact Person: Laura Callen

– April 18, 2019
Director of Philanthropy
Location - The Option Institute® and Autism Treatment Center of America®, Sheffield, MA
Description - The Director of Philanthropy is responsible for identifying, cultivating, and soliciting new prospects, and stewarding current donors toward higher commitments and managing a prospect pool of individuals and corporations. The Director of Philanthropy is responsible for strategic planning, managing, and executing all aspects of philanthropic activities of the Option Institute® and Autism Treatment Center of America®. The Director of Philanthropy is the key driver of the organization’s efforts to generate revenue in support of its mission and programs.  The Director of Philanthropy provides a fast-paced and collaborative environment and is dedicated to transforming lives. Contact person: Elizabeth Thomas at
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DATE POSTED – April 15, 2019
Job –Membership Director
Location - New Hampshire Public Radio (NHPR)
NHPR is seeking a Membership Director to provide thoughtful and strategic leadership to our membership fundraising program, which includes direct mail, on-air and digital fundraising, and the sustainer program. The Director’s goals will be focused on achieving significant membership growth by leveraging traditional direct and digital marketing techniques. She or he will provide detailed data analysis for effective decision making, and employ best practice tools and techniques to convert audience to donors and drive member engagement and retention. Applicants should apply through our website at Full job description can be found at

DATE POSTED – April 15, 2019 
JOB - President and Chief Executive Officer,

Location - United Way of North Central Massachusetts, Fitchburg, MA
Description - Reporting to the Board of Directors and leading a team of 10, the President/CEO ensures excellence across all agency operations including fundraising, grant allocation and distribution, finance, IT, marketing, and volunteer management. In this highly visible role, s/he will develop and foster productive relationships with business, government, nonprofit leaders, and individuals, cultivating and securing their commitment and financial investment in meeting community needs. Additionally, s/he will serve as the face of the organization, enlisting, engaging, and celebrating the work of 5,000+ area residents who volunteer each year. Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in business, health/human services or related field, Master’s preferred; 10-15 years’ experience in social services agency management, United Way preferred; record of success with board and volunteer relations, team building/coalescing, staff management; must be a masterful relationship manager and fundraiser, authentic, confidence-inspiring, and passionate about making a difference in the lives of people and communities. For a complete description, please contact: Nicole Gakidis at or Mary Ann Botelho at

DATE POSTED – March 26, 2019
Job – Associate Director, Major Gift Officer

Location - Westfield State University
Description - The Major Gift Officer works to build and enhance relationships with all constituents for the purpose of increasing financial support to Westfield State University. The Major Gift Officer is responsible for identifying, cultivating, and soliciting new prospects, and stewarding current donors toward higher commitments; for working with prospective donors to determine their philanthropic interest related to the university's fundraising goals through the Annual Fund, Endowment, Capital and Planned Giving Programs; and managing a prospect pool of alumni, corporate partners, and other newly identified prospective donors for an estimated total of 150. Management of major gifts means productive results from prospect identification, education, face-to-face solicitation and stewardship.  To apply, visit

DATE POSTED – March 26, 2019
Job – Director of Mission Advancement

Location - Marian Fathers of the Immaculate Conception, Stockbridge, MA
The Director of Mission Advancement is responsible for fulfilling the vision and mission of the Marian Fathers by working to drive efforts to engage constituents, broaden and deepen the relationship within relevant communities, and advance the work of the Marian’s through the meaningful contribution of gifts and talents. Reporting to the Executive Director, the Director of Mission Advancement works with Marian leadership to plan, structure, and implement a comprehensive mission advancement program.  These elements include major gifts cultivation and solicitation, direct mail appeals, grant research and writing, special events, print and electronic communications, planned giving and overall administration of development-related activities. For more information and to apply go to

DATE POSTED – March 20, 2019
Job – Director of Development

Location - Albany Symphony
The Director of Development is responsible for planning, managing, and executing all aspects of the fundraising and development activities of the Albany Symphony. Working closely with the Executive Director, Board of Directors, and other volunteers and staff colleagues, the Director of Development is the key driver of the organization’s efforts to generate revenues in support of its programs and mission.  This is a leadership position for Albany Symphony, which provides a fast-paced and collaborative environment and is dedicated to transforming lives through the power of music! Contact person:  Anna Kuwabara,