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Job Listings for the Week of July 26, 2021 (Issue 21-30)


Nonprofit Organization Positions

New! Covenant House International — Operations Coordinator, New York, N.Y., Posted 7.27.21
Reporting to the SVP, Operations and Site Support, the Operations Coordinator will be responsible for providing project management and other support to the Covenant House International (CHI) Operations department. Our ideal candidate must have excellent communication and organization skills, be action oriented, comfortable working in a fast-paced environment, tech savvy, and mission driven. Bilingual in English-Spanish preferred. To apply, please send your resume to amartinez@covenanthouse.org.

New! BrightFocus Foundation — Direct Response Marketing Associate/Coordinator, Clarksburg, Md., Posted 7.27.21
The Direct Marketing Coordinator is responsible for day-to-day administration of an integrated direct response communication and fundraising program for BrightFocus Foundation, including timeline management, copy and art review for accuracy, organization of working and final project files and schedules. The Coordinator plays an important role in the planning and execution of communications, fundraising and special projects as it relates to direct response audiences. Most projects are multi-channel efforts encompassing some combination of email, SEM, multiple social media platforms, and direct mail. Ideal candidate is detail-oriented, organized, has 3 years of Administrative experience, strong problem-solving and analytical skills, solid written and verbal communications with excellent customer service skills. Must be able to manage multiple projects simultaneously and adapt to constantly changing environments. CRM database experience is a plus. Send resume and cover letter to hrjobs@marcumllp.com.

Feed the Children — Director of Corporate Partnerships, Oklahoma City, Okla., Posted 7.20.21
Already one of our country’s most recognizable brands, Feed the Children aims to one day create a world where no child goes to bed hungry. We are seeking a Director of Corporate Partnerships to join our Corporate Partnerships team. The Director of Corporate Partnerships is responsible for the development and growth of revenue from major corporate partners and foundations. This position is responsible for cultivating corporate relationships to generate significant levels of cash donations and to establish opportunities for strategic and meaningful levels of engagement with these partners. View the full position description and apply here.

Feed the Children — Director of Creative Content, Oklahoma City, Okla., Posted 7.20.21
Already one of our country’s most recognizable brands, Feed the Children aims to one day create a world where no child goes to bed hungry. We are seeking a Director of Creative Content to join our Marketing team. The Director of Creative Content is a responsible for all aspects of creative development, including creative direction, art direction, graphic design, copywriting, photography and videography. This position will oversee marketing creative content initiatives, both internal and external, across multiple platforms to drive brand awareness, overall engagement and key business objectives. View the full position description and apply here.

Feed the Children — Director of Web Development, Oklahoma City, Okla., Posted 7.20.21
Already one of our country’s most recognizable brands, Feed the Children aims to one day create a world where no child goes to bed hungry. We are seeking a Director of Web Development to join our Digital Fundraising team. The Director of Web Development is responsible for collaborative design, development, and maintenance of consumer-facing aspects of the organization’s digital sites and custom applications. This position will employ development and design best practices for engaging active and prospective donors through digital channels to raise funds for our domestic and international program work. View the full position description and apply here. View the full position description and apply here.

The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center — Senior Director, Donor Relations (Development Office), Houston, Texas, Posted 7.20.21
The Sr. Director position promotes and supports the mission of MD Anderson by supporting the stewardship and cultivation efforts of donors and prospective donors in order to deepen their philanthropic engagement with MD Anderson. The primary focus of the position is to elevate the donor relations program by developing and overseeing the implementation of a plan to increase the number of donors touched, ensure gift compliance activity is seamless, and expand methods of communication, improve quality, and deploy industry best practices. Additionally, the Sr. Director is responsible for developing and managing the team of individuals responsible for the stewardship and endowment compliance program and assist the Executive Director and the Sr. Associate Vice President as needed. This position works collaboratively with other Development Division teams, other institutional departments and The University of Texas System to advance the mission of MD Anderson. View the full position description and apply here.

Doctors Without Borders | Médecins Sans Frontières — Midlevel Giving Associate, New York, N.Y., Posted 7.20.21
Are you a roll-up-your-sleeves go-getter with a knack for multi-tasking? Do you thrive in a fast paced, environment? Do you love being organized and get satisfaction from seeing projects through to completion? If so, we would love to hear from you. Doctors Without Borders seeks a Midlevel Giving Associate for our critical midlevel donor program. You will help ensure the program runs smoothly by assisting with planning, budgeting, project management and administrative tasks. Working closely with the Associate Director, Midlevel Giving, you will support the midlevel donor audience to accelerate growth of the highly valuable, evolving midlevel program ($1,000-24,999 cumulative). You will be an important part of a fundraising team striving to raise more than $100 million. View the full position description and apply here.

Doctors Without Borders | Médecins Sans Frontières — Senior Manager, Midlevel Giving, New York, N.Y., Posted 7.20.21
Do you enjoy working directly with donors and building new business practices from scratch? Do you love the rewards of sharing impact with donors? Do you thrive in a fast paced, environment? If this sounds right up your alley, we would love to hear from you. Doctors Without Borders seeks a Senior Manager, Midlevel Giving to cultivate and steward donors in meaningful ways to help grow our robust, evolving midlevel program ($1,000-24,999 cumulative). In this new role, you will uncover giving motivations and interests, philanthropic aspirations, and bring donors closer to our lifesaving work to maximize their financial support through high touch stewardship strategies primarily focused on concierge and personal outreach. Working closely with the Associate Director, Midlevel Giving, you will help implement pipeline and moves management strategies to retain and upgrade donors, shift donors from unmanaged to managed portfolios, assist with planning, budgeting, and more. You will be an important part of a fundraising team inspiring loyalty and commitment. You take a donor-centered approach to fundraising. An influencer with insatiable curiosity, you easily tap into values and drivers. You listen for financially savvy vehicles and non-cash gift opportunities, elevating unrestricted and multi-year giving, and successfully closing gifts. You persuade and galvanize individuals to take action. Comfortable with ambiguity, you can pivot quickly. No task is too small. View the full position description and apply here.

Doctors Without Borders | Médecins Sans Frontières — Gift Officer, Midlevel Giving, New York, N.Y., Posted 7.13.21
Do you love building new relationships and sharing your passions with everyone you meet? Do you take initiative to maintain meaningful and successful relationships? If this sounds like you, and something that will “fill your cup” we would love to hear from you. Doctors Without Borders seeks a Gift Officer, Midlevel Giving to help grow our robust midlevel program ($1,000-24,999 cumulative). In this new role you will cultivate, solicit, and steward a portfolio of donors across the U.S., deepening connection and securing funds for our lifesaving work. You will focus on providing the very best moves management system to retain and upgrade these important donors. Working closely with the Associate Director, Midlevel Giving, you will inspire loyalty and commitment with a focus on donors who have the greatest potential in this highly valuable cohort. You will be an important donor facing part of a fundraising team striving to raise more than $100 million. You are a dynamic relationship manager that loves to provide top notch donor care. You listen for financially savvy vehicles and non-cash gift opportunities, elevating unrestricted and multi-year giving, and successfully closing gifts. You convey credibility and expertise. No task is too small. View the full position description and apply here.

Share Our Strength/No Kid Hungry — Senior Manager, Direct Mail and Stewardship, Washington, D.C. or Remote, Posted 7.13.21
Since 1984, Share Our Strength® has led the fight against hunger and poverty by inspiring and organizing individuals and businesses to share their strengths. Today, through the No Kid Hungry and Cooking Matters campaigns, Share Our Strength is ending childhood hunger in America by ensuring all children get the healthy food they need. No child should go hungry in America – we’re on our way to making that a reality and we want you to join us. The Senior Manager works with the Director, Direct Response to develop and execute donor-centric fundraising and stewardship opportunities in offline channels and ensures that all direct mail acquisition, retention, reinstatement, and upgrade strategies are executed efficiently, accurately, and with a focus on the donor experience in each campaign. This role may be based in our Washington, D.C. headquarters, or remotely. View the full position description and apply here.

Little Saint Nick Foundation — Operations Director, East Rockaway, N.Y., Posted 7.6.21
The Little Saint Nick Foundation (LSNF), a registered 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, has the mission of “kids inspiring and helping kids”. This mission is to not only help kids and families in need who are ill, but to inspire kids and young adults to give back to those kids in need. LSNF is seeking an Operations Director that will oversee all operation initiatives set forth by the LSNF board of directors and CEO, Ray Mohler Jr. The Operations Director will have the opportunity to grow into a senior role within the organization based on their performance. Qualifications include the following: Bachelor’s degree in business, nonprofit management, management, marketing, communications, entrepreneurship; 3+ years of experience in the nonprofit industry; Comfortable with public speaking; Ability to build and keep relationships. Salary is between $60,000-90,000 per year depending on prior experience and achievements. This is a full-time position. Interested candidates should send a cover letter and resume to raymohler@littlestnick.org.

Agency and Supplier Positions

Concord Direct — Associate Planning Director, Northeastern U.S. (Maine to Md.), Posted 7.6.21
This role will be responsible for establishing fundraising program goals, recommending measurable strategies and evaluating the success of such efforts. You will analyze and leverage data to collaborate closely with teams in identifying opportunities for growth as well as problems to be addressed within fundraising plans. You will define objectives, targets and priorities for agency client programs on an annual/FY basis as well as develop client revenue and expense budgets. You will also report on testing and ensure “closing” of campaigns throughout the year and ensure client teams make data-driven decisions across all channels, with a focus on creating measurable results across different touchpoints. Extensive experience in nonprofit direct response fundraising is a must, experience in email and the ability to extend into digital channels is preferred. Interested candidates should send a cover letter and resume to resumes@concorddirect.com or visit us at https://www.concorddirect.com/about/career/ to see our career opportunities!


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