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  • Washington, D.C., Policy Portfolio Director R Street Institute Washington, DC   The R Street Institute—a free-market think tank headquartered in Washington, D.C., and with regional offices across the country—seeks an organized, energetic, experienced Portfolio Director to oversee our technology and innovation, cybersecurity and national security policy efforts. The core aspects of this role focus on development, fundraising and project management. If you want to join an organization and do something extraordinary, this may be just the opportunity you need.  Your typical day at R Street may include helping divide responsibilities for a new project between experts on our various teams, helping outline a potential organizational response to a recent cyber attack and meeting with a foundation program officer to discuss R Street’s potential role in a new effort. This role is part of our management team and will report to and work closely with the Associate Vice President of Policy.  Other Aspects of Your Role Establish a clear policy strategy for the Technology and Innovation, Cyber and National Security portfolio, demonstrating broad familiarity with programming and serving as a brand ambassador. Oversee portfolio budget and facilitate cross-functional processes for fundraising, proposal development, and financial analyses. Lead fundraising efforts, including: ideation, proposal development, pitching and closing deals. Apply uniform standards for business assessment to analyze viability of policy programming and develop growth strategies where appropriate. Supervise portfolio staff and ensure project deliverables are high quality, highly credible and timely. Oversee hiring and managing staff with competency-based learning and assessment methods. Leverage contextual decision-making to manage conflict. Serve as a catalyst for activities which create high morale by demonstrating organizational norms and leading with integrity, humility, and resilience. Prioritize the organization’s needs while concurrently demonstrating empathy to build strong internal and external relationships. Skills and Qualifications Demonstrated ability to oversee and deliver sophisticated, multi-part projects and budgets. Familiarity with Salesforce and project management software preferred. A record of success in development/fundraising, with an emphasis on articulating and realizing strategic business goals, particularly in a nonprofit environment.  At least five years of management experience involving oversight of multiple full-time W-2 employees. Demonstrated ability to make difficult management choices, often without full information. No particular educational background is required; proven ability to achieve results is far more important than credentials. Aligned with our mission for free markets and limited, effective government. A sense of humor and a desire to grow with a dynamic organization. Demonstrated understanding and achievement in one or more of the particular policy areas is highly desirable but not absolutely required. This is a job for someone who has a firm grasp of fundraising, nonprofit business strategy and management. In other words, while familiarity with our policy content is a plus this job is not primarily about doing our policy work. This is a full-time job based in Washington, D.C. However, for the duration of COVID-19 related closures, this position will be required to work remotely until our office reopens. The job will require some travel, almost all of it within the United States. R Street strives to provide a compensation package superior to those at other think tanks and nonprofits. In addition to a competitive salary, we provide a health insurance option entirely paid by the employer (even for families); wellness benefit; employer-subsidized mobile phones benefit; 401(k) contributions with up to a four percent match; and an exceptionally generous vacation policy. We were named to Washingtonian Magazine’s “Great Places to Work” List and take pride in providing an exceptional environment for our employees. R Street does not discriminate on the basis of age, sex, race, creed, color, national origin, sexual orientation, era of military service, gender identity, relationship structure or anything else that's illegal, immoral or stupid to use as a basis for hiring. We currently plan to accept applications for this job until filled. We will contact ideal individuals for video interviews and plan to conduct them on a rolling basis. Due to COVID-19, we will hold interviews virtually via Zoom until our DC office reopens. To apply, please upload a cover letter and resume in Microsoft Word or PDF format.
  • San Francisco, California, POSITION DESCRIPTION Reporting to the Chief Executive Officer (CEO), the Chief Development Officer (CDO) serves as a key senior leadership team member and an active participant in making strategic decisions affecting the San Francisco General Hospital Foundation (Foundation).  In close partnership with the CEO, this position is responsible for overseeing all fundraising and development, and grantmaking activities for the Foundation.  S/he will have primary responsibility for designing and executing a comprehensive plan, along with the infrastructure needed, to increase revenue through the solicitation of major donors, individual, institutional and corporate philanthropic support, special events, and other techniques. The successful candidate will also forge new external relationships to build the Foundation’s visibility, impact, and financial resources.  S/he is responsible for the strategy and organization of policies and programs concerning all aspects of the fundraising process including, but not limited to, annual fund, major gifts, capital campaign, planned giving, and long-range development planning.  The CDO will have responsibility over the Development Director of Institutional and Corporate Giving, and Development Director of Major Gifts and Individual Giving. Additionally, the CDO will oversee the Foundation’s responsive and strategic grantmaking program. The CDO will also carry her/his own major gift portfolio and will advance the CEO for leadership level fundraising.  The work of the CDO is directed to the advancement of deeper understanding, greater service and more generous financial support for the Foundation. The CDO is responsible for the execution and supervision of an effective and well-integrated fundraising plan.  S/he will be charged with overseeing the daily implementation of all fundraising efforts and will work in direct collaboration with the VP, Communications and Marketing to ensure effective coordination between Marketing and Development and consistent messaging about the Foundation to steward donors and communicate the impact of the Foundation’s work. The CDO works closely with the Chief Financial Officer to insure thorough and accurate financial reporting, compliance and budget forecasting in all categories of fundraising and financial support. Revenue streams include restricted and unrestricted, annual and multi-year and other complexities related to the relationship with the ZSFG and UCSF. S/he will provide leadership to a growing development staff and build, nurture and motivate a creative, focused and high performing team.  Directly reporting to the CDO is the Development Director of Institutional and Corporate Giving and the Development Director of Major Gifts and Individual Giving who each oversee a small team of staff. S/he will balance his/her management role with the frontline cultivation, solicitation and stewardship of major and leadership level donors.  Working closely with the CEO and the Board of Directors and Chair of the Development & Stewardship Committee, this position will play an integral role in helping to establish the Foundation’s annual and strategic long-term philanthropic priorities.  Principal Responsibilities Goals, Strategy and Accountability Oversee creation, implementation and evaluation of a comprehensive Development plan, which includes measurable goals and objectives to secure annual, major, capital and endowment support Provide direct support to CEO and the Board of Directors in developing philanthropic priorities, goals and strategies for the Foundation. Provide regular reports of fundraising progress to keep the CEO, Board of Directors and committee members informed of progress towards goals. Fundraising and Grantmaking Personally solicit, in close collaboration with the CEO and Board of Directors, a portfolio of 5, 6 and 7+ figure major annual, capital and planned gifts Accept primary responsibility for managing a portfolio of top donors and prospects, engaging CEO, other Foundation staff and volunteer leaders, as appropriate Oversee and serve as thought partner with the Development Director of Institutional and Corporate Giving and the Development Director of Major Gifts for responsive and strategic grantmaking activities of the Foundation Fully integrating donor prospecting, cultivation, stewardship and moves management strategies for annual givers, major donors, corporations and foundations Board and Committee Responsible for the Board Development and Stewardship Committee working in tandem with the CEO Support and promote the work of Board as it relates to fundraising and cultivating outstanding volunteer leaders Responsible for strategic direction working with CEO, development staff and board committees related to signature events Administration, Management and Systems Serve on the senior leadership team Recruit, develop and supervise a team of fundraising professionals who will implement the programs and activities necessary to achieve the development plan of the Foundation Ensure effective communication among Foundation staff and guarantee that the momentum of all fundraising programs is maintained Create and oversee the implementation of systems and strategies to increase donor engagement Ensure accuracy and integrity of donor database CRM (Raisers Edge) in close collaboration with the Database Administrator Manage consultant and vendor contracts The CDO will be a dynamic development professional with ten years of progressive fundraising experience. The ability to develop and implement strategies for major gift solicitation will be critical to the success in this position. In addition, the successful candidate will possess the following: Bachelor’s degree At least 10 years fundraising and development experience in progressively responsible leadership positions with at least five years in a senior leadership role overseeing operational and performance outcomes Commitment to the mission of the Foundation, and supporting a public health hospital operating in a complex governmental and academic environment Verified track record of meeting or exceeding measurable fundraising goals in a medium to large, fast-paced nonprofit environment Strong background managing all aspects of fundraising including high net worth individuals, foundation and corporate relations, grants, print and digital communications Team player who will productively engage with others at varying levels of seniority within and outside the Foundation Supervisory and management experience; demonstrated team leadership Experience creating budgets and forecasting revenue Exceptional verbal and written communication skills and strong organizational skills Experience with Blackbaud Raiser’s Edge, a plus Fundraising experience in a hospital or health care setting, a plus Possesses a strong curiosity to learn and a great sense of humor San Francisco General Hospital Foundation offers a competitive compensation package based upon experience, and benefits including medical, dental and vision insurance as well as professional development opportunities, 403(b) retirement plan, commuter discounts and vacation.
  • Nationwide, Winn Feline Foundation  is a non-profit organization whose mission is to promote the health of cats by providing funding for feline specific health research and education. Established in 1968, Winn funded over $7 million to date in feline specific health studies at more than 30 partner institutions worldwide. Winn sponsors an annual symposium on feline health topics for veterinarians, technicians, breeders and cat owners, as well as co-sponsoring international veterinary conferences. Winn also shares information via website articles, podcasts, videos, blogs and newsletters. For more information, please see The main objective of the Director of Development & Marketing is to develop and implement strategies to raise money to support the organization, cultivate and enlist new donors and retain, renew, and grow existing ones through direct efforts and facilitation of fundraising efforts by the Executive Director and Board of Directors. The Director must be conversant with trends in charitable giving and philanthropy, best practices and non-profit organizations generally, as well as financial and tax considerations relating to Major Gifts and Planned Giving.  In addition, the Director will oversee and coordinate rebranding of the organization to target new audiences, including the cat owning public. Familiarity with rebranding and national marketing campaigns is highly desired.  CLASSIFICATION Full-time, exempt – Work from Home or Remote Office SUPERVISOR Executive Director SUMMARY Manage the Foundation’s donor relations program and fundraising initiatives, working closely with the Executive Director, Donor Care Specialist, and Board of Directors. Responsible for developing, overseeing, and implementing fundraising campaigns and communicating with current and prospective donors. Manage individual and foundation gifts as well as annual giving campaigns. Lead fundraising grant research, writing and reporting while working to identify Foundation needs. Oversee all aspects of the Foundation’s marketing/rebranding efforts.  DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES Serve as key development staff to the Executive Director and Board leadership Formulate fundraising strategies including efforts to increase funding from current and past donors and   the expansion of funding from newly identified prospects Direct and support major prospect activities including identification, cultivation, solicitation and stewardship Oversee and coordinate marketing of rebranding project to target the cat-owning public Be a goal driven “self-starter” to initiate donor visits and fundraising calls. Travel as appropriate to meet with current and prospective donors Develop and manage the annual development budget, assist in setting goals for fundraising categories Provide weekly and as-needed reports to the Executive Director and Board Coordinate annual appeal efforts to include writing letters, identifying prospects and oversight of mailing Work closely with Executive Director to secure corporate sponsorships for exhibitions and events, as necessary Plan, direct and manage aspects of the Foundation’s development efforts to include fundraising grant writing, cultivation of individual, corporate and foundation donors
  • Troy, Alabama, TROY UNIVERSITY is a comprehensive public institution serving more than 20,000 students worldwide at four campuses in Alabama, multiple sites throughout the United States, multiple international locations, and through an extensive online learning program. Troy University is currently accepting applications for the following position: Central Director of Development - Advancement and Economic Development Responsible for the identification, cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship of individuals or businesses at the major donor level Bachelor’s degree and related professional experience required Troy, AL Please visit our website at for further details and information on how to apply. Troy University is an EEO/AA employer.
  • Grand Rapids, Michigan, The NIA Centre is a non-profit organization that has launched a major effort to place a world-class African American Cultural Centre in Grand Rapids, Michigan. The Centre’s roots date back to 2011. Ultimately, the goal of the Centre is to provide an inclusive gathering space created to inspire, build, transform, and connect all people, of all ages. Ultimately, the goal of the Centre is to provide an inclusive gathering space created to inspire, build, transform, and connect all people of all ages. NIA is a Swahili word meaning "purpose." One of the seven principles of Kwanzaa, NIA refers to the building and development of a local community in order to restore people to their traditional greatness. So, too, is NIA Centre's purpose. It is a place where family, community, and culture is celebrated. A place where the past is revered and honored. A place where the community gathers to share, teach, and learn. And a place where the organization advocates for the community’s future. NIA Centre seeks an Executive Director, who, in partnership with the Board of Directors, will lead the NIA Centre in fulfilling its mission. A key aspect of this role will be the development of a strategic and sustainable approach to achieving the Centre’s goals. The ED will provide oversight over the daily operations of the organization and lead efforts in a wide range of areas including event planning, fund development, program development, membership engagement, social media, volunteer development, capital campaigns, and facilities management. The ideal Executive Director will have: At least 5 years of leadership experience in a non-profit organization, preferably one focused on community organization. Organized and methodical approach to decision-making and change management; ability to balance continuity and growth. Ability to identify and build relationships with potential institutional funders, ultimately resulting in monetary support from the organization. Understanding of the basic principles of fundraising and fund development; ability to proactively build a fundraising base. Experience designing and building unique community-focused programs that are accessible to a wide audience. Ability to manage a program from inception through results evaluation. Sincere and inspirational belief in the importance of NIA Centre’s work and its impact on the local community. Bachelor’s degree required, master’s degree preferred.