Job Postings

Membership Services and Development Manager – Junior League Baton Rouge

Date Posted: March 10, 2020
Contact: personnel@juniorleaguebr.org

General Summary

The Member Services and Development Manager provides administrative direction and support as it relates to member services and database maintenance. The Member Services and Development Manager is the primary staff support to our members. The manager maintains all records in the membership database, provides reports to volunteer and national association and other support. In conjunction with our office manager, this position provides critical continuity and support through annual leadership transitions. Our Member Services and Development Manager is one of the faces of our organization, so having good people and communication skills is essential. Responsibilities are subject to change. Please submit resumes to: personnel@juniorleaguebr.org.


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To learn about the Junior League of Baton Rouge visit: http://www.juniorleaguebr.org


Associate Development Coordinator – The Istrouma Area Council, Boy Scouts of America

Date Posted: February 26, 2020
Contact: Mr. Gary Mertz, CEO & Scout Executive, Istrouma Area Council, BSA, gary.mertz@scouting.org

General Summary

The Istrouma Area Council, Boy Scouts of America is seeking a fulltime Associate Development Coordinator to manage annual appeals, special events, endowment gifts, product sales, and build Investment in Character funding support. Some project management will also be required. This is a great opportunity for an experienced development professional to gain knowledge in non-profit fundraising.

We are seeking creative applications with a proven track record (2-5 years) in fundraising, special events, cold call soliciting, major gifts, united way, product sale, and/or non-profit experiences. The Boy Scouts of America has been around for over 107+ year serving and developing character in young people’s lives.

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To Apply: 

Please submit a letter of interest, updated resume and list of (3) professional references to: Mr. Gary Mertz, CEO & Scout Executive, Istrouma Area Council, BSA. E-mail submissions is preferred: gary.mertz@scouting.org Interested candidates are encouraged to apply soon as the review of applications will begin immediately, and will continue until qualified applicant (s) are identified.

To learn about the Istrouma Area Council look visit: www.iacbsa.org


Director of Stewardship – Catholic Diocese of Baton Rouge 

Date Posted: February 20, 2020
Contact: Human Resources, hr@diobr.org

General Summary

The Director of Stewardship serves as the chief fundraiser for the diocese, overseeing the Stewardship Office, parish and school stewardship training, the Bishop’s Annual Appeal, fundraising by the diocese and the Catholic Foundation and assists parishes in selecting vendors for their fundraising campaigns. The Director of Stewardship serves as the chief fundraiser for the diocese, overseeing the Stewardship Office, parish and school stewardship training, the Bishop’s Annual Appeal, fundraising by the diocese and the Catholic Foundation and assists parishes in selecting vendors for their fundraising campaigns.

Education and Experience Requirements:

• Bachelor’s degree required, preferably in Business, Communications, Marketing, Non-Profit Management or Philanthropy and five years specifically related experience. Certified Fund Raising Executive (CFRE) certification preferred.
• Valid, current driver’s license and own, reliable transportation.  
• Due to the nature of this position, it is required that the incumbent be a practicing Roman Catholic in good standing, who is registered and active in a parish. Must Be Able to Demonstrate
• Ability to develop and cultivate diverse relationships, including peers, staff, pastors, principals and potential donors.
• Administrative and fund development expertise and ability in program and business development; working knowledge of fundraising software.  
• Excellent managerial skills including the ability to appropriately supervise staff and vendors.
• Must have a working knowledge of fundraising software and social media and able to innovatively promote the use of technology to further the goals of the office.
• The ability to travel to parishes and schools and work outside of office hours.

To Apply: Please submit a letter of interest, resume, and references to hr@diobr.org. Applications must be received by March 31, 2020.

Development Coordinator – Woman's New Life Center 

Date Posted: February 7, 2020

General Summary

Woman’s New Life Clinic is seeking a motivated and energetic person for the position of Development Coordinator in the Baton Rouge office. This person must be a self-starter with a solid work ethic and must be a “people person” who is able to collaborate with volunteers and work in a team setting. Candidates must be well-organized with excellent planning skills and follow-through, development and fundraising experience, have excellent interpersonal, oral, and written communications skills along with the ability to manage multiple projects.

Initial review of applications will begin now and will continue until the position is filled. Send resumes to amillet@womansnewlife.com. Please do not call or drop in. Interviews will be done by appointment only.

Office hours: 7:30-3:30
www.womansnewlife.com


Development Coordinator – Boys & Girls Club of Greater Baton Rouge 

Date Posted: February 5, 2020
Contact: Mr. Pat Van Burkleo, President & CEO, Boys & Girls Club of Greater Baton Rouge

General Summary

The Boys & Girls Club of Greater Baton Rouge (BGC) is seeking a full-time Development Coordinator to manage annual appeals, event planning, grantsmanship (private and government), advancement databases, and stewardship for the organization. Some project management will also be required. This is an excellent job opportunity for an experienced, early to mid-career development professional or grants manager – someone interested in broadening their institutional advancement skills while working for a well-known, financially stable nonprofit organization serving thousands of talented local youth annually.

We are seeking applicants with a “can do” attitude and proven track record (at least 2-5 years) in fundraising, grantsmanship, event planning, project management, and/or related area(s) of nonprofit institutional advancement. The BGC Development Office is essentially a “one-person shop,” but is supported by one or more student workers. You will benefit from working with a small, congenial BGC staff, a highly motivated, all-volunteer Board of Trustees, an experienced CEO, and a development consultant. And although not a job requirement, you will have opportunities to develop skills in soliciting major gifts.

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To Apply:
Please submit a letter of interest, updated resume, and list of three (3) professional references to: Mr. Pat Van Burkleo, President & CEO, Boys & Girls Club of Greater Baton Rouge. E-mail submission is preferred: pat@brclubs.org. Interested candidates are encouraged to apply soon, as the review of applications will begin immediately, and will continue until qualified applicant(s) are identified.


Executive Director – AIA Baton Rouge 

Date Posted: February 3, 2020
Contact: Fritz Embaugh, AIA via e-mail at brendap@plus1dc.com

General Summary

The AIA Baton Rouge Executive Director shall provide overall management of the operational, financial, membership development, member services, government advocacy, professional education, individual honors, design awards, and committee coordination as established by the Board of Directors within the context of a 9 parish regional nonprofit organization. The Executive Director reports directly to the organization’s President, Executive Committee, and Board of Directors and serves as the primary liaison between AIA Louisiana and AIA National. The ED ensures the office is appropriately managed allowing them to carry out the mission and vision of the organization and the goals of the Board of Directors.

This position requires significant leadership skills in planning strategically and collaboratively. It also requires keen business acumen, strong management practices, and attentive customer service. Knowledge of – or special interest in – architecture and/or the built environment is important. Experience in nonprofit membership organizations is critical, but not mandatory. Most importantly, the ED must be an excellent public speaker, listener, and writer to communicate the value of the architect to a broad and diverse community.

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Send Inquiries to:
Fritz Embaugh, AIA via e-mail at brendap@plus1dc.com. Applicants must submit a customized letter of interest and resume/curriculum vitae by midnight CDT on February 24, 2020 to be considered.


Vice President of Development & Philanthropy – The Greater Baton Rouge Food Bank

Date Posted: January 30, 2020
Contact: Nicole Thibodaux, Email: nicole@brfoodbank.org 

General Summary

The Vice President of Development and Philanthropy is responsible for planning, implementing, and measuring all aspects of major gift development activities of the Greater Baton Rouge Food Bank. This includes developing an approach for major gifts and planned gifts that is consistent with the Food Bank’s overall development plan.

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Qualified applications should:

Submit your application online via Indeed using the following link: https://www.indeed.com/job/vicepresident-development-and-philanthropy-major-gifts-d3cc0393714bb640 or send your resume directly to Nicole Thibodeaux (nicole@brfoodbank.org) with subject line: “Vice President of Development and Philanthropy.”


 
Director of Development – The Public Affairs Research Council of Louisiana (PAR)  

Date Posted: January 21, 2020
Contact: Robert Travis Scott, President, PH: 225.926.8414 Ext. 221, Email

General Summary

The Public Affairs Research Council of Louisiana (PAR) is seeking a Director of Development to lead fundraising programs for the nonprofit, non-partisan educational public policy organization. The Director of Development will be a vital part of PAR’s leadership team who can take the organization to its next stage of development, fulfill its strategic plan and excel at pursuing PAR’s mission.

PAR is an independent voice offering solutions to crucial issues for the betterment of Louisiana through accurate, objective research and focusing public attention on those solutions. Founded in 1950, PAR is a 501(c)3 nonprofit, independent public policy research organization with a statewide scope of impact. PAR has Board of Directors members, organization members and donors throughout Louisiana. Its office is in downtown Baton Rouge.

For the full job description please visit: http://parlouisiana.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/01/PAR-Director-of-Development-2020.pdf

Cover letters and resumes should be sent to Robert Travis Scott, President, by February 3, 2020.


Fund Development Associate & Event Coordinator – Alzheimer's Services of the Capital Area  

Date Posted: November 25, 2019

General Summary: 

Fund Development Associate & Event Coordinator full-time position managing events and volunteers for Alzheimer's Services. Position manages the annual Walk to Remember and Volunteer program. Bachelor's degree required and 2-3 years fund raising and data base experience preferred. Position requires proficiency in Microsoft Office and some experience working with large database files. Entry level position and salary is negotiable based on experience. Send resume to info@alzbr.org.