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Job Listings for the Week of January 30, 2023 (Issue 23-05)

Nonprofit Organization Positions

New! The American Legion — Major Gifts Representative, Indianapolis, Ind., Posted 1.31.23
The American Legion is expanding its Office of Charitable Giving. This is an exciting opportunity for a highly motivated, dynamic, and talented individual with experience in the field of fundraising. The ideal candidate will have 3-5 years of relevant work experience, strong analytical skills, comfort in engaging with major donors, and the ability to prioritize under deadlines. The Major Gifts Representative is responsible for managing a portfolio of qualified donors with the capacity to make major gifts to The American Legion. Responsibilities will include identifying prospects, developing individual donor strategies, meeting face to face and soliciting prospects. This position utilizes a hybrid work environment consisting of remote work, on site work, and travel to build relationships and secure major gift charitable contributions from those whose charitable intent it to make tangible, substantive change in the lives of others – supporting the mission of The American Legion. Please send resumes to

New! St. Jude Children's Research Hospital - ALSAC — Sr. Director, Entertainment and Influencer Marketing, Memphis, Tenn., Posted 1.31.23
As the Sr. Director - Entertainment and Influencer Marketing you will be responsible for cultivating and securing a world-class ensemble of pro-bono celebrity and entertainment industry ambassadors and a growing group of influencers from varied backgrounds who support St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital® and developing and executing the organization’s entertainment and influencer marketing strategic plan that drives awareness of and support for the St. Jude mission with multiple audiences. Highly strategic, agile, collaborative leader leads a team responsible for identifying, cultivating, managing and expanding relationships with leaders in entertainment, gaming, sports, fashion and other industries –  in close collaboration with multiple departments across ALSAC and various external agencies. Ensures that each ambassador is the right fit for the St. Jude brand and that multitude of opportunities presented to or by ambassadors throughout the year maximize value for both parties. View the full position description and apply.

New! Consumer Reports — Manager, Fundraising, Hybrid/Yonkers, N.Y., Posted 1.31.23
As Manager, Fundraising you will manage our successful multi-million dollar fundraising program which focuses on acquiring, retaining and engaging donors through digital and direct mail channels. Reporting to the Director, Fundraising, you will manage a Senior Marketing Associate and also work collaboratively with multiple CR teams including development, digital product, marketing, database and communications, as well as external vendors. If you have a proven fundraising track record within a nonprofit organization (and enjoy a fast-paced environment), we encourage you to apply. This is a hybrid position. Under our CRFlex program, this position is eligible for Fully Remote status for candidates who live more than 75 miles from one of our main office locations (Yonkers, N.Y., Washington, D.C., Colchester, Conn.). Additionally, the successful candidate must reside in one of the following locations: Arizona, California, Connecticut, Illinois, Massachusetts, Michigan, New Hampshire, New York, Texas, Vermont, Washington, D.C. View the full position description and apply.

New! Easterseals Louisiana (ESL) — VP of Philanthropy, New Orleans, La., Posted 1.31.23
The VP of Philanthropy is responsible for leading and managing the organization's philanthropy efforts. This includes developing and implementing a comprehensive fundraising plan, identifying and cultivating relationships with major donors, corporations, and foundations, and overseeing the planning and execution of fundraising events. The VP of Philanthropy will also be responsible for managing the organization's grants program, including researching and writing grant proposals and reporting on the use of grant funds. The VP of Philanthropy will be responsible for overseeing our marketing and communications and working with the President/CEO to establish a planned giving program. View the full position description and apply.

Cooper Hewitt — Sponsorship Manager, New York, N.Y., Posted 1.24.23
The incumbent is responsible for supporting annual contributed revenue goals through prospect qualification; developing, writing, and editing effective pitch materials and requests for support; executing gift agreements; managing and building the corporate membership program; organizing engagement events and activations; and collaborating with the Events Director to leverage corporate participation in the events program. Responsibilities also include compliance with policies and guidelines, general correspondence and invitations, budget oversight, acknowledgements, and recordkeeping. The incumbent plans and manages a calendar of engagement activity, including the timely submission of required reports and the delivery of benefits and activations. They collaborate with colleagues and volunteer leaders to elicit information, align proposals with upcoming program offerings and to fulfil reporting requirements. They identify growth areas and opportunities in the corporate sector. They track, analyze and report on fundraising results. The incumbent will take on other duties as assigned, including representing the museum and interacting with a wide range of colleagues and supporters, participating in development-related special events that entail some evening and weekend hours. View the full position description and apply by February 3.          

USO — Business Development Officer, Remote, Posted 1.24.23
The Business Development Officer is responsible for the qualification, cultivation and solicitation of new corporate partners to raise revenue and awareness for USO programs and services. Manage all stages of new business development, including but not limited to lead qualification, proposal development, presentation, solicitation, contract execution and fulfillment for all assigned corporate prospects. Develop relationships with corporate prospects through networking opportunities, conferences and in-person meetings. Work cross-functionally to develop and negotiate contract proposals and agreements, ensuring that all terms and conditions are clearly defined, understood, and approved prior to execution. Ensure that all new business development contact lists, actions, proposals, and activities are promptly recorded in the fundraising software database. Manage and grow a robust pipeline of prospects to meet short and long-term revenue targets. Other duties as assigned. View the full position description and apply.  

American Red Cross — Donor Recruitment Account Manager, Chicago, Ill., Posted 1.24.23
Assist in planning and implementing effective strategies to recruit, retain and manage sponsor organizations and relationships to achieve established blood collection goals. Develop potential Sponsor leads. Educate Sponsor chairpersons and recruitment committees in organizational requirements. Provide ongoing support to Sponsors and implement appropriate special donor recruitment programs. Provide follow-up accurate record keeping in the system and support sponsor recognition. Provide support, development and/or leadership guidance to all volunteers. View the full position description and apply.   

Smithsonian Institution — Staff Assistant, National Museum of African American History and Culture, Washington, D.C., Posted 1.17.23
The National Museum of African American History and Culture seeks a creative and energetic Staff Assistant to join its Advancement Office who excels in office management, planning and time management. This position offers an exciting opportunity for the successful candidate to make an impact by ensuring the administrative needs of the Chief Advancement Officer and the Advancement Office are accomplished. The Staff Assistant is responsible for maintaining the Chief Advancement Officer’s calendar; working as an initial point of contact for inquiries; managing travel planning by obtaining appropriate authorizations, coordination of schedules, and reservations for transportation and lodging; writing and editing communications, talking points for public events, materials, and reports; representing the Chief Advancement Officer at meetings; maintaining data in various information systems; and collecting and analyzing data necessary to meet reporting requirements. The position is a Grade 9, and the salary range is $64,957-$84,481. View the full position description and apply by February 6.        

Arthritis Foundation — Strategic Marketing Manager, Atlanta, Ga., Posted 1.17.23
The Strategic Marketing Manager marries an understanding of the Foundation’s various audiences and constituencies with deep expertise across multiple marketing channels. They collaborate with peers to ensure seamless execution of strategies and plans, meeting all defined key performance indicators and demonstrating end results as a measure of success. They guide the team and are ultimately responsible for ensuring the outcomes are true to the approved strategy. They manage a wide variety of projects and initiatives for the Marketing and Communications department, from turnkey requests to integrated marketing and communication campaigns. They manage these projects from start to finish, including intake, planning, execution of tactics, and reporting of results. They ensure each project element aligns with the stated strategy and meets or exceeds goals. They ensure that all initiatives follow established processes and workflows, identify opportunities for improved efficiencies, and ensure appropriate communication and approvals across internal and cross-departmental teams. View the full position description and apply.         

World Wildlife Fund — Creative Projects Manager - 23081, Washington, D.C. or Remote, Posted 1.17.23
An experienced creative projects manager who has incredible project management skills; an understanding of the workflows for marketing, advertising, and other creative products; and a passion for protecting the planet. We’re looking for someone with a unique blend of efficient and easygoing—someone capable of directing the complex flow of multiple projects all at once while also having the flexibility, good listening skills, and ability to relate and work well with many different people and personalities. If this is you, we hope you’ll apply! We prefer someone who can work a full-time or hybrid schedule at our DC headquarters, but full-time remote work may be considered. View the full position description and apply.              

AARP — Data Analytics Manager, Washington, D.C., Posted 1.10.23
As the Data Analytics Manager for AARP Services in Customer Solutions, you will be responsible for collecting, managing, researching, and analyzing data to develop insights for use in decision-making and setting business priorities. In addition, you will produce and distribute scheduled reports. The Manager will consult with management to discuss data insights and trends as well as collaborate to identify opportunities to streamline data processes and to develop new procedures that support the business unit/department. You will be responsible for the end-to-end analytic process that involves data governance, data management, and dashboard development responsibilities. View the full position description and apply.       

City of Hope — Senior Director of Development (SDOD), Major Gifts, Irwindale, Calif., Posted 1.10.23
Within frontline focus, the SDOD will be a major gifts fundraiser responsible for securing individual, corporate and foundation gifts, with an emphasis on 100k+ through undertaking sustainable, mission-focused cultivation, solicitation and stewardship of donors. In pursuit of these outcomes, responsibilities include developing productive relationships with volunteers, faculty and staff, and engaging them in substantive activities to identify new prospects and leverage existing prospect relationships, leading to increased philanthropy. The incumbent will work in partnership with key volunteers and Office of Philanthropy colleagues to build the pipeline of major gift donors, securing meetings and implementing individual cultivation and solicitation strategies. View the full position description and apply

Save the Children — Managing Director, Individual Philanthropy (M3), Calif., Ore., or Wash., Posted 1.10.23
The Managing Director, Individual Philanthropy will develop and implement an intensive major gift fundraising strategy focused on top prospects and donors on the West Coast, while managing a successful and growing fundraising team based in the Bay Area and the Pacific Northwest. You will be responsible for building and maintaining a strong base of major gift support from individuals with the highest giving capacity, securing planned gifts where appropriate, and deepening relationships with current major and planned giving donors. You will be responsible for building and maintaining a robust pipeline from identification, cultivation, soliciting and stewarding, as well as establishing unit benchmarks and ensuring accountability of team. You will have responsibility for directing strategy and leading a 6-person team based in the Bay Area and the Pacific Northwest to ensure that ambitious revenue and non-revenue goals are achieved. You will understand emerging markets, have the ability to work at the highest levels and be a representative for Save the Children. View the full position description and apply.   

Alzheimer's Association — Director, Foundation Relations, Chicago, Ill., Posted 1.10.23
The Director, Foundation Relations will lead targeted initiatives that will impact increased foundation revenue and better position the association nationwide for enhanced revenue growth. Desired outcomes include: Identify, engage and partner with strategically targeted national foundations that align with the Associations Strategic Pillars to secure 6, 7 and 8 figure gifts. Partner with Sr. Director, Major & Strategic Gifts and Director, Major Gifts to streamline the foundation lead delivery for the Major Gifts Team. Increase foundation engagement and revenue growth year over year. Effectively increase foundation outreach, qualification and engagement with the Donor Advisor team. Work closely with the chapter executives and field staff to encourage engagement between Director, Foundations; Donor Advisors; Program Officers; and other Strategic Pillars. Develop, compose, and execute foundation proposals in partnership with Donor Communications colleagues. View the full position description and apply

Agency and Supplier Positions

DDTV (Direct Donor Television) — Account Manager, DRTV and Digital, Hybrid/Lanham, Md., Posted 1.24.23
DDTV (Direct Donor Television) offers fully integrated, turn-key capabilities to plan, implement, and optimize DRTV programs for nonprofit organizations. Our experienced staff works together to create some of the best and most effective direct response television campaigns in the U.S. We have an exciting opportunity for an Account Manager, DRTV and Digital! The Account Manager works with internal and external partners to execute campaigns with a focus on recruiting monthly donors. They serve as the subject matter expert across multiple clients for digital support of DRTV campaigns. The ideal candidate will have 3-5 years of project management experience, able to manage multiple complex projects with multiple stakeholders. Experience with nonprofit and/or fundraising account management is a plus! Experience with Google Analytics is required, as is experience analyzing and reporting on program results. Experience with a CRM (Constituent Relationship Management) platform and PowerBI are preferred. Please submit resume to HR,        

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Fee structure and invoicing:

  • ANA member nonprofit organization — Complimentary (3 positions per issue)
  • ANA member — $200 — 3 positions per issue
  • Non-member of the ANA — $350 — 2 positions per issue

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