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Job Listings for the Week of September 26, 2022 (Issue 22-39)



Nonprofit Organization Positions

New! Feeding America — Manager, Consumer Insights, Chicago, Ill./Hybrid, Posted 9.27.22
We are a national, nonprofit organization and the nation's leading domestic hunger-relief charity. Located in the heart of downtown Chicago, Ill. our mission is to feed America's hungry through a nationwide network of member food banks and engage our country in the fight to end hunger. The Manager, Consumer Insights will uncover and communicate actionable audience insights that inform creative and business decisions for the Feeding America Marketing and Digital Experience team and partner departments. View the full position description and apply on our website.

New! The Maritime Aquarium at Norwalk, Inc. — Director of People and Culture, Norwalk, Conn., Posted 9.27.22
The Maritime Aquarium at Norwalk, Inc. (the Aquarium) seeks a Director of People and Culture during a uniquely important time in its 34-year history. This position will lead the strategic direction, management and execution of staff hiring, training, development, engagement, compensation and benefits, and satisfaction. The ideal candidate will be a thoughtful, creative, motivated, ambitious and strategic thinker and leader who can effectively and efficiently meet the needs of a dynamic and growing staff and work closely and collaboratively with a strong senior management team. View the full position description and how to apply on our website.

New! Smithsonian Institution — Gift Officer, National Portrait Gallery, Washington, D.C., Posted 9.27.22
The National Portrait Gallery seeks an experienced and dynamic gift officer. This is an exceptional opportunity for an energetic professional with strong frontline fundraising skills to join a diverse, collegial, and successful advancement team that is responsible for raising support from individuals, foundations, and corporations and generating revenue through special event rentals. The incumbent will be responsible for identifying, cultivating, and soliciting prospects; creating compelling and persuasive proposals; managing stewardship of donors including Board members; and preparing other donor communications. The Gift Officer will work closely with the Director of Advancement to manage the Museum’s Advisory Committee (Commission) to include membership development and orientation, Commission prospect pipeline development, development of program content and its execution, interaction with members and follow-up on requests and assignments. View the full position description and how to apply on our website

New! Share Our Strength/No Kid Hungry — Associate, Revenue Integration, Washington, D.C. or Remote, Posted 9.27.22
This role supports ongoing strategies to ensure the culture of the Creative Enterprises and Development (CED) department is built around “one team, one goal” and our core value of “mobilizing all strengths.” This role supports the building of a culture of cross-team collaboration as a member of the Revenue Integration team. The Associate will be responsible for coordinating operational components across all fundraising teams, providing direct project support to specific teams as need dictates. The Associate performs complex administrative and technical tasks that support the operations of the fundraising teams. Associates are expected to organize and manage the flow of information and data that make our fundraising and team operations successful. Often, this includes creation of documentation and templates, honing existing processes and developing efficiencies in reporting. View the full position description and apply on our website

ANA Educational Foundation (AEF) — Manager, Talent Programs, New York, N.Y./Hybrid, Posted 9.20.22
The AEF is seeking a Manager, Talent Programs to help realize our mission of connecting the advertising, marketing, and academic communities to educate and inspire the next generation of talent. The Manager’s main responsibility is to help drive impact of critical AEF talent programs: the Campus Speakers Program, the Masters on Campus Speakers Program, and the Marketing and Advertising Education (MADE) Internship Program. The Manager, Talent Programs will also be responsible for helping to maintain the AEF’s CRM database. The successful candidate will have a Bachelor’s degree plus 2+ years of experience. Must have a passion for the AEF’s mission and for fostering marketing and advertising talent, particularly among those with diverse backgrounds. Agency, client-side, or other relevant marketing experience a plus. View the full position description and apply on our website.

International Rescue Committee — Director, Supporter Care, Remote, Posted 9.20.22
Reporting to the Senior Director, USA Mass Market Revenue, the Director of Supporter Care will lead a talented and committed team to become the top-performing donor services program in the international humanitarian charitable sector. As an integral member of the Mass Markets USA team, this individual will ensure that supporters receive top-quality service -- with the goal of driving donor retention and net revenue needed to serve our clients worldwide. This is an ideal role for an entrepreneurial leader in the for-profit sector looking to make a mid-career change to the nonprofit sector. View the full position description and apply on our website

Covenant House International — Major Gifts Officer Relationship Manager, New York, N.Y., Posted 9.20.22
Reporting to the Director, Key Relationships, the Major Gifts Officer/Relationship Manager develops and manages a portfolio of key donors through moves management, leading them on a donor journey to maximize their lifetime value to our critical mission. The Relationship Manager is responsible for developing strategies for the cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship of donors with a special focus on transformational giving prospects. This role requires travel up to 25% of the time. To apply, please send your resume to email amartinez@covenanthouse.org.

Ducks Unlimited — Director of Donor Engagement-NHQ, Memphis, Tenn., Posted 9.20.22
Ducks Unlimited, Inc., has an opening for a Director of Donor Engagement at our National Headquarters in Memphis, Tenn. The Director of Donor Engagement reports to the Managing Director of Operations and is based at the National Headquarters in Memphis, Tenn. Develop, implement, and lead a successful and integrated donor relations program with a focus on individual Major Sponsors, planned giving donors and prospects and foundation partners. Oversee the President’s Council program to include regular stewardship, personalized acknowledgments, coordinating and planning Council activities, creating program materials, identifying prospects, and working with field staff to increase donors at this level. Assist the managing director with the implementation of the CEO Roundtable and Chairman’s Circle. Partner with corporate relation and executive staff to plan, coordinate and implement stewardship and recognition activities for corporate partners. Serve as primary liaison with the communications team on development program projects to include campaign and other special initiative materials. View the full position description and apply on our website.

ASPCA — Manager, Philanthropy, New York, N.Y., Posted 9.20.22
As the nation’s oldest and biggest animal welfare organization, the ASPCA’s mission is to provide effective means for the prevention of cruelty to animals. The ASPCA Philanthropy team is looking to fill a new position that will play a critical role in securing the resources necessary to achieve this mission. The Manager, Philanthropy supports the stewardship of important donor relationships for the ASPCA. This position is a support role to the organization’s frontline fundraisers and is responsible for communicating with a portfolio of donors giving at a level of $5,000+ annually. The Manager conducts outreach to new major gift donors and prospects, including calls and correspondence, to determine their interest in the ASPCA and ensure they receive updates on the impact of their support. Based on their own outreach, the Manager will recommend donors with greater potential for engagement to the Directors of Philanthropy. To be effective in this position, the Manager must be an excellent communicator and demonstrate the interpersonal skills necessary to meaningfully engage supporters in the ASPCA’s work. View the full position description and apply on our website.

Make-A-Wish Foundation of America — Chief People Officer, National, Remote, Posted 9.13.22
The Chief People Officer leads the overall direction of people practices, services and processes including talent acquisition; talent development and succession/impact planning; total rewards/benefits and compensation; people strategy design and implementation across Make-A-Wish America. This position will also design, guide, and implement people initiatives across the extended network of national Chapters in partnership with chapter leadership and chapter/mission advancement. This position drives a comprehensive set of strategies to attract, retain and motivate top talent throughout the organization; integrate new technologies that advance the mission; and promote and continue to enhance a strong culture of collaboration and cooperation. View the full position description and apply on our website.

Make-A-Wish Foundation of America — Chief Strategy and Diversity Officer, National, Remote, Posted 9.13.22
The Chief Strategy and Diversity Officer (CDSO) is responsible for developing and securing approval for the organization’s strategic plan, as well as designing, implementing, and monitoring Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) strategies and the related policies and programs across the organization and in partnership with external partners and organizations. The CDSO ensures organization wide awareness and integration of diversity concepts in strategic planning and deployment to advance diversity and inclusion as core organizational values. View the full position description and apply on our website

Special Olympics International — Sr. Manager, Global Strategic Partnerships, Washington, D.C. or Remote, Posted 9.13.22
Want to be a critical player in leading the INCLUSION REVOLUTION by activating the world’s top brands in support of our Movement? Come join our team! Special Olympics International (SOI) seeks to form mutually beneficial, long-term partnerships with corporations that can offer reach and revenue to support the brand and its organizational priorities. Based on the Global Strategic Partnerships team, the Senior Manager position will specifically focus on assisting the team cultivate, manage, and fulfill existing corporate partnerships. View the full position description and apply on our website.

The University of Chicago — Senior Assistant Director, Development Communications, Chicago, Ill., Posted 9.13.22
This position writes a variety of communications for the University. Works with moderate guidance to research, compose, and edit high-level communications, publications and/or reports with complex and specialized subject matter. View the full position description and apply on our website.

International Fellowship of Christians and Jews — Direct Mail Associate, Chicago, Ill., Posted 9.6.22
The International Fellowship of Christians and Jews is seeking a highly organized, project management focused and detail-oriented Direct Mail Associate to support our Direct Mail team. This position is foundational to The Fellowship, by providing support for direct mail cultivation and fundraising activities. Key responsibilities for this position include: proofreading all direct mail campaigns, team support through strategic planning and management of partnerships with multiple internal and external stakeholders, management of the direct mail production schedule and quality control of coding and campaign data through weekly reporting. Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written, and ability to type a minimum of 45 WPM. Bachelor’s degree or equivalent with a minimum of 3 years’ experience in a professional environment is required. View the full position description and apply on our website.

Habitat for Humanity International — VP, Individual Giving, Atlanta, Ga. preferred, Posted 9.6.22
Habitat for Humanity International is seeking to hire an experienced and trained VP, Individual Giving. Reporting to the Chief Development Officer, the VP, Individual Giving is responsible for growing principal, major and planned gifts for Habitat for Humanity International. Driven by a passion to ensure everyone has a decent place to live, s/he is one-part strategic leader, one-part expert fundraiser and one-part skilled relationship manager. As a critical member of the Resource Development Management Group, s/he will serve as a thought-leader and champion to help shape the future of fundraising and supporter engagement – at a pivotal moment where transformation is necessary to address to the gap in affordable housing. View the full position description and apply on our website.


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Fee structure and invoicing:

  • ANA Member Nonprofit Organization — Complimentary (3 positions per issue)
  • ANA NF Corporate Partner — $200 — 3 positions per issue
  • Non-member — $350 — 2 positions per issue

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