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DATE POSTED – January 14, 2020
JOB - Director of Women’s Leadership Giving Program
LOCATION Williams College
DESCRIPTION - Williams College is pleased to announce an opening for a Development Officer, Director of Women’s Leadership Giving. Reporting to the Director of Alumni Fund Leadership Giving, this highly collaborative position will focus primarily on cultivating and stewarding existing members of -- and inviting new members to join -- a giving society for women-identifying alumni, parents and spouses making gifts of $100,000 or more. For the detailed job posting and/or to apply for this position, please visit http://staff-careers.williams.edu.

 

DATE POSTED – January 14, 2020
JOB - Director of Development
LOCATION Stavros Center For Independent Living
DESCRIPTION -
The Director of Development is responsible for strategic planning, managing, and executing all aspects of philanthropic activities at the Stavros Center for Independent Living. 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 contributions in support of its programs and mission.

Among the responsibilities of this position is the development and implementation of the annual development plan, including the identification, cultivation, stewardship, and solicitation of current and potential individual, corporate and foundation donors, the management and creation of appeal letters and solicitation materials, including web-based fundraising strategies. Persons with disabilities are encouraged to apply.  AA/EOE.  Contact person: Angelina Ramirez at aramirez@stavros.org.  
More info at
www.stavros.org


DATE POSTED – January 14, 2020

JOB - Senior Director of Philanthropy
LOCATION Morgan Memorial Goodwill Industries, Boston, MA
DESCRIPTION - Help individuals achieve independence and dignity through work. This is a unique opportunity to play a key leadership role with Goodwill. With the full support of the organization’s leadership, the new Senior Director of Philanthropy will build on work already taking place and will elevate these efforts as they are an organizational priority. Reporting to the President and CEO, the Senior Director leads and grows a $1.75 million annual fundraising program that includes robust annual giving and direct mail, corporate and foundation support, and special events. Ideal candidates will bring a track record of leadership in fundraising and development ideally in the education or non-profit sectors. Morgan Memorial Goodwill Industries' mission is to help individuals with barriers to self-sufficiency to achieve independence and dignity through work. Not charity, but a chance.  For more information, https://www.goodwillmass.org/


DATE POSTED – January 9, 2020

JOB - The Philanthropic Services Associate
LOCATION – Berkshire Taconic Foundation
DESCRIPTION - The Philanthropic Services Associate is responsible for the daily operations of the Philanthropic Services team. Core responsibilities include management of gifts processing, database management and reporting as it pertains to donor and fundholder relationships, and research and prospect management. This position works closely with the Database Manager to maintain foundation relationship databases and the Information Technology Manager to support day-to-day management of DonorCentral, our online donor portal.  Please submit resume and cover letter to hr@berkshiretaconic.org.

Link to job posting on our web site:  https://www.berkshiretaconic.org/bLearnbAboutBTCF/JobOpportunities/PhilanthropicServicesAssociate.aspx


DATE POSTED – December 6, 2019
JOB - Vice President for Development
LOCATION – ShalomLearning
DESCRIPTION - ShalomLearning seeks a seasoned development professional interested in overseeing a national fundraising effort for one of the largest blended learning Jewish educational platforms. The Vice President for Development will work closely with the CEO of ShalomLearning, leading all aspects of fundraising for the organization, and should possess a comprehensive understanding of the development cycle and a genuine passion for the work of ShalomLearning.   The Vice President for Development is responsible for the overall identification, cultivation, solicitation and stewardship of individuals, foundations, and community partners. This position is based in Newton, MA and will require donor cultivation throughout the U.S.  Contact person: Debi Himelfarb at info@shalomlearning.org. 
Job posting on our site: https://www.shalomlearning.org/about/jobs/