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CURRENT JOB POSTINGS

DATE POSTED: May 18, 2024
JOB: Development Manager
LOCATION: Snow Farm: The New England Craft Program
DESCRIPTION:
This position will actively manage and grow the Annual Fund, Scholarships & Access Program Funds, Sponsorships, Business/Corporate Gifts and assist with writing grants. A successful applicant will have a proven fundraising track record, excellent communication skills, and be self-motivated, optimistic, and determined. This position reports to the Executive Director and co-manages a Marketing & Development Assistant.

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DATE POSTED: May 18, 2024
JOB: Development Coordinator
LOCATION: Insight Meditation Society
DESCRIPTION:
We are seeking a Development Coordinator who supports the design, implementation, and administration of fundraising plans for Insight Meditation Society and oversees database management for the Development department. The position coordinates the ongoing implementation of fundraising initiatives and donor programs, which aim to ensure the organization’s long-term sustainability, mission, and values. This position works primarily in our Barre, MA location and may be eligible to work from home 1-2 days per week. 

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DATE POSTED: May 5, 2024
JOB: Grants Manager
LOCATION: Community Legal Aid, Inc. (CLA)
DESCRIPTION:
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 secure grants to support CLA’s work, manage existing grants, and research new sources of funding. The Manager will work with staff in developing and transforming ideas into grant proposals and will take the lead on preparing funding applications for government, corporate, and foundation funds; find new grant opportunities to fulfill CLA’s mission and analyze them for funding capacity and project match; write and edit grant reports and ensure programmatic compliance with all grants; help maintain a grants management system with invoice and reporting deadlines; and facilitate regular internal grants meetings including discussions regarding grant planning and viability and reviews of upcoming deadlines and past application results. Salary Range: $75,000-$100,000

Link to job posting on our website: https://communitylegal.isolvedhire.com/jobs/1189452-413634.html

DATE POSTED: April 29, 2024
JOB: Director of Advancement
LOCATION: Berkshire Natural Resources Council
DESCRIPTION:
Berkshire Natural Resources Council is seeking an accomplished development professional for the position of Director of Advancement. This is an incredible opportunity to join an organization that is doing critical work in the area of land/space appreciation and preservation. If you are passionate about making a difference and have the skills to lead the advancement efforts for this amazing organization,  Salary range, 110-130K.

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DATE POSTED: April 4, 2024
JOB: Development Manager
LOCATION: The Yiddish Book Center
DESCRIPTION:
The Yiddish Book Center seeks a Development Manager to join this dynamic cultural organization and help grow its fundraising program. Now in its 44th year, the Center, located in Amherst, Massachusetts, recovers, preserves, teaches, and celebrates Yiddish literature and culture to advance a fuller understanding of Jewish history and identity. The Center is in the planning stages of a $35 million endowment campaign to secure its vision for the future and celebrate its 50th anniversary. The Development Manager will support the director of institutional advancement, and manage the administrative functions of the development office, including briefings for senior staff for donor visits, planned giving and bequests databases, and track grant applications.

visit https://www.yiddishbookcenter.org/about/work-with-us for full description and how to apply

DATE POSTED: March 14, 2024
JOB: Senior Director of Development
LOCATION: NEPM
DESCRIPTION:
The Senior Director of Development is responsible for the overall fundraising strategy and program planning for major gifts, annual funds, mid-level giving, membership, pledge drives, planned giving, and capital campaign(s). They will plan and implement a comprehensive development program that is built with a focus on accountability and continuous improvement, highly organized, data-driven, and collaborative. They will often represent NEPM in the community; they will also be expected to nurture a workplace culture that leverages the full potential and diversity of the department’s staff, helping them thrive professionally as we make progress toward our fundraising goals. Their vision on how we can reach our fundraising goals will inspire a culture of philanthropy across the entire organization.

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DATE POSTED: March 1, 2024
JOB: Major Gifts Officer
LOCATION: Connecticut Museum of Culture and History
DESCRIPTION:
The Major Gifts Officer is responsible for identifying, cultivating, soliciting, and stewarding a portfolio of 100-150 donors with the potential to make four-through-six figure gifts to support the Connecticut Museum of Culture and History (formerly the Connecticut Historical Society) as the organization anticipates a potential capital campaign.

For additional information please visit: https://www.connecticutmuseum.org/job-internships/
Compensation or click here for pdf
$80,000 - $95,000 per year. Please email cover letter and resume to Susan Presutti, Director of Human Resources, spresutti@connecticutmuseum.org by March 18, 2024.