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DATE POSTED: March 18, 2023
JOB: Major Gifts Officer
LOCATION: New Hampshire Public Radio
New Hampshire Public Radio (NHPR) is seeking a talented and entrepreneurial gift officer to join our major giving team. The Major Gifts Officer (MGO) is responsible for securing funds for the organization by cultivating, soliciting and stewarding a group of assigned donors and prospects. The MGO will work to retain and upgrade a high-end annual fund and principal donors and prospects. The MGO develops and implements donor engagement and stewardship plans; collaborates with staff to identify needs and giving opportunities; develops and writes case materials, solicitation letters, proposals, donor reports, and other correspondence; and leads and participates in program planning and coordination of special donor-related events. With solid and enthusiastic commitment from our Board of Trustees, CEO and senior staff, this is an excellent opportunity to make a substantial impact at a respected public media organization. The MGO reports to the Director of Major and Planned Gifts and is a member of the Major Gifts department. This is a hybrid eligible role that is based in Concord, NH.

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DATE POSTED: March 14, 2023
JOB: Development Director
LOCATION: Kestrel Land Trust
Kestrel Land Trust seeks a full-time Development Manager to join our staff of professionals working to conserve and care for forests, farms, and riverways in the Connecticut River Valley and nurture an enduring love of the land. Reporting to and working closely with the Development Director, the Development Manager will prepare and implement annual fundraising plans with a focus on building Kestrel’s membership. Priorities include preparing mail appeals, expanding sustaining giving, coordinating online donations, processing and acknowledging gifts, and engaging the support of local businesses. We're seeking an energetic, well-organized, collaborative team player with excellent communication skills who brings at least three years of demonstrated success fundraising for a non-profit organization. Review of applications will begin in mid-April and continue until the position is filled. Detailed job description and application instructions may be found here.

DATE POSTED: March 9, 2023
JOB: Grants Manager
LOCATION: Community Legal Aid
Community Legal Aid, Inc. (CLA), the non-profit organization providing free civil legal services to low-income and elderly residents of Central and Western Massachusetts, seeks a Grants Manager who will manage existing grants and seek new sources of funding. The Grants Manager will be a member of CLA’s management team and report to the Development Director. The manager will take the lead and work with staff to prepare grant proposals and funding applications for government, corporate, and foundation funds; research potential new sources of funding that match the goals and objectives of the organization; write and edit grant reports and ensure programmatic compliance with all grants; maintain a grants management system with invoice and reporting deadlines; and prepare internal reports and facilitate regular management meetings to review current, pending, and declined grants.

How to apply: Please email a cover letter and resume to Alicia Vaughan, Director of Human Resources at This position is an immediate opening.

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DATE POSTED: February 17, 2023
JOB: Major Gifts Officer
LOCATION: Connecticut Historical Society
The newly created position of Major Gifts Officer will be responsible for cultivating, soliciting, and stewarding a portfolio of 100-150 donors with the potential to make five-figure-plus gifts to support the Connecticut Historical Society (CHS). Works closely with the Chief Advancement Officer to design a major gift strategy aimed at increasing the overall dollars raised, and deepening our relationships with the CHS’s most committed supporters. Identifies, researches, and qualifies donors in close consultation with the Manager of Development Services. Creates individual goals that match organizational needs to the passions, interests, and capacity of each individual prospect; set and achieve annual portfolio goals. Creates a meaningful cultivation and solicitation plan for each prospect; executes and modifies as circumstances change.
How to apply: Please email cover letter and resume to Susan Presutti, Director of Human Resources, susan_presutti@chs.orgby March 20, 2023.
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DATE POSTED: Dec 15, 2022
JOB: Development Director
(FT; $70-77,000/year plus excellent benefits) 
LOCATION: The Amherst Survival Center
The Amherst Survival Center is seeking an experienced and effective fundraising professional to lead the development program of the Center, ensuring that the organization has the financial resources to sustain and expand its critical role providing food, clothing, healthcare, and community, following 3 years of unprecedented growth. The Development Director’s primary focus is individual and business giving, using a fundraising approach that celebrates our collective responsibility, community capacity, shared humanity, and dignity of all. With a current budget of $1.5M (plus more than $2.5M of in-kind contributions -- primarily donated food), the Center is well positioned with robust community support, many long-term relationships, and a strong reputation for providing high-quality and effective services in an inclusive and respectful manner.  

See for job description and benefit information.   

To Apply: Submit resume and a cover letter detailing interest, skills, and experience relevant to this role to or mail to Hiring Manager, Amherst Survival Center, P.O. Box 9629, N. Amherst, MA 01059.

DATE POSTED: Dec 12, 2022
JOB: Office Manager
LOCATION: The Springfield Boys & Girls Club
The Springfield Boys & Girls Club is looking for a person to fill the position of Office Manager. This full time position is ideal for someone with Payroll, Accounts Receivable, Bank Deposits & Coding. In addition the person will need knowledge in Employee Benefits, Human Resource areas, and record keeping. This organized person should have at least 3-5 years’ experience. A college degree is preferred. Salary will be based on experience. Excellent benefits package as part of the hiring of this position. Looking to fill this IMMEDIATELY.

Please send resume & cover letter to:
Vincent Borello, Executive Director

DATE POSTED: Dec 9, 2022
JOB: Human Resources Manager
LOCATION: Safe Passage
The Human Resources Manager (HRM) is responsible for modeling and sustaining an employee centered and justice-oriented workplace culture in service of the mission of Safe Passage.

The HRM upholds the agency wide vision of an outstanding place to work by applying the principles of fair and generous wages and benefits, promotion of economic prosperity and justice, and promotion of professional development of our employees. Specific functions include but are not limited to: recruiting and onboarding new employees, employee benefits, human resource policies, performance management; and upholding legal and regulatory compliance in all areas related to HR.

The complete job description can be found via the following link

Human Resources Manager

Interested applicants should email their resume and cover letter to