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Assistant Director, Prospect Management and Portfolio Development |
Kent State University Foundation, Inc.
Deadline: 4/21/23
Salary Range: $51,000-$63,000 per year

Assist with the management of the prospect management and portfolio development program in the Division of Philanthropy and Alumni Engagement to support the major gift fundraising work of the university’s philanthropic advisors. In collaboration with multiple departments, support the strategic engagement and philanthropy priorities through a donor-centric philosophy. Reports to Director, Prospect Management and Portfolio Development.

Website for more information: Assistant Director of Prospect Management and Portfolio Management

Medina Community Relations and Fundraising Manger | Hospice of the Western Reserve
Deadline: 4/23/23
Salary Range: $73,000-$83,000 per year

The Medina Community Relations and Fundraising Manager will champion the program and services of Hospice of Western Reserve throughout Medina County by increasing awareness, creating connections, and building philanthropic support for the program. In partnership with the Provider Relations team, Volunteer Service Manager, Life’s Treasures Manager and Clinical Leaders, this position will serve as the “Face of HMC” at all community events and activities. In this role, you will be responsible for cultivating, nurturing, and growing relationships within the Medina Community.

Website for more information: Medina Community Relations and Fundraising Manager

Advancement Specialist | Pegasus Farm
Deadline: 4/20/23
Salary Range: $18/hour or commensurate with experience

Responsible for implementing fundraising and marketing activities for Pegasus. Coordinate the fund development program and provide support to those soliciting gifts. This individual should have prior experience in fundraising and marketing.

•Minimum two years experience in fundraising or non-profit preferred
•Degree in related field
•Ability to tell story through multiple channels
•Proficient in: Microsoft Office, design programs, some experience with eTapestry or CRM, website management and social media

Fund Development
•Plan and execute annual giving
•Assist with implementation of the fund development operating plan, including major gifts, stewardship, and corporate giving
•Manage major fundraising events
•Manage, maintain, and implement our CRM, eTapestry
•Assist in grant preparation

•Coordinate marketing, social media, and documents to support programs
•Manage website
•Coordinate community awareness campaigns

Part-time, with ability to increase hours.

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Lead Grants Specialist | American Red Cross
Deadline: 4/20/23
Salary Range: $24-$25/hour

A successful team member will have strong persuasive writing and project management skills and be willing to take on new tasks. This position will be responsible for written communication to donors, including: grant proposals, stewardship reports and informational updates – as well as donor cultivation event support and donor recognition activities.

This is a hybrid role that will work from home and meet with internal staff and external partners in our Ohio offices. Full-time plus benefits.

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WSOM Senior Director of National Development -Job#11185  | Case Western Reserve University
Deadline: 4/20/23
Salary Range: $76,725+ per year 

The senior director of national development will have primary responsibility for the solicitation of individual gifts for Case Western Reserve University from its natural constituency and beyond. This position will be charged to identify, cultivate, solicit, and steward a portfolio of 150 to 200 prospects for the Weatherhead School of Management. This position will require that approximately 80 percent of their time be on direct face-to-face cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship, with the expectation that they will be fully responsible for all individual major gift activity within a specific program, school, or university priority. The senior director will assist in overseeing Weatherhead School of Management's national fundraising programs and will offer counsel in planning and implementing the school's fundraising campaign throughout the country. Functioning as part of a university development team, the incumbent will be expected to work collegially, and in partnership, with school-based colleagues.

Website for more information: Senior Director of National Development

Senior Development Officer | ACLU of Ohio
Deadline: 3/23/23
Salary Range: $67,000-$71,000 per year 

The Senior Development Officer works closely with our Development Director in planning and implementing fundraising strategies, identifying, soliciting, and stewarding the financial gifts that power our ongoing fight to secure, protect, and expand Ohioans’ civil liberties, civil rights, and racial justice – with a clear understanding that this is the work that ensures the ACLU of Ohio’s long-term sustainability and growth.

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Development Officer - Major Gifts | Summa Foundation
Deadline: 3/22/23
Salary Range: $80,000+ per year (commensurate with experience)

Reporting to the Chief Development Officer, this is a new position on the Summa Foundation team. This role will serve as the liaison for the Nursing Institute, Surgery Institute, and Complex Care Institute. The Development Officer - Major Gifts is responsible for the engagement, cultivation and solicitation of major gift donors to support the mission of Summa Health. Assumes responsibility for developing and leading key fundraising initiatives and maintaining a personal portfolio of major donors and prospective donors, focusing fundraising efforts is securing gifts at the major gift ($100,000+) level.

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Donor Relations | Chapel Hill Christian School
Deadline: 3/22/23
Salary Range: $25,000-$50,000 per year

The Donor Relations associate will create and implement a strategic plan for developing relationships with donors, friends, and alumni of Chapel Hill Christian School to fund special programs, projects and capital improvements. This team member will represent Chapel Hill Christian School and the mission/vision of CHCS to prospective partners. A passion for excellence, and a desire to increase the support base at Chapel Hill Christian School is required.

Work Schedule: Part-time, with Full-time growth potential, year round


  • Has accepted Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior
  • Integrity, credibility, and a commitment to CHCS’ mission
  • Bachelor’s degree preferred
  • Experience working in school and/or the nonprofit sector preferred
  • Experience using personal computer required; knowledge of donor management systems preferred
  • Flexible, personable and self-starter; able to multitask while also being detail-oriented; highly organized and willing to work with a team
  • Strong communication skills a must

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