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We partner with organizations large and small to find top talent for their teams. Check this Job Board regularly for new postings—and click here to promote a position with us.

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We partner with nonprofits large and small to help them find top talent to join their teams. If you'd like to promote your open position(s) with us, learn more about the packages we offer here.

Important Update as of January 1, 2023: 

In an effort to increase transparency and equity among all applicants, we will only be accepting job postings that display the salary or a salary range. Here is an article that supports our position and gives many reasons why. 

Newest Job Postings

Associate Director of Laurentian Engagement and Annual Giving

St. Lawrence University
Canton, NY
Salary Range: $58,459 - $60,000

Reporting to the Executive Director of Laurentian Engagement and Annual Giving (LEAG), the Associate Director of LEAG is responsible for all athletic engagement and fundraising (non-major gift level). In partnership with Athletic Department staff, they are charged with developing an athletics supporter club comprised of alumni representatives for its Division III and non-divisional teams in order to drive engagement, mentorship, and philanthropy. The Associate Director, who will serve as a primary campus liaison for both this Club as well as the Division I Hockey Alumni Association, will work with coaches and volunteers on athletic-dedicated fundraising initiatives and projects, including appeals, giving challenges, etc. They will also plan, coordinate and staff strategic athletic-affinity events both on- and off-campus, and as a volunteer management expert, will help manage at least one Reunion milestone annually.

Director of Advancement Communications

University of North Carolina, Wilmington
Wilmington, NC
Salary Minimum: $74,500

UNCW is seeking a Director of Advancement Communications – a collaborative and enthusiastic marketing and communications professional. The ideal candidate will have significant development expertise and will formulate, articulate, and drive strategic communications that support the work of the Division for University Advancement to include Alumni Engagement.

The university is currently celebrating the success of its most ambitious comprehensive campaign, Like No Other: The Campaign for UNCW which has raised over $130 million in support for students, faculty, programs and facilities. The successful candidate will help identify and implement multi-channel communications that illustrate philanthropic impact and inspire other constituents to deepen their connection with the university.

A leader within the division, the Director of Advancement Communications will guide communication strategies that drive participation in annual giving campaigns and enhance UNCW’s culture of philanthropy through stewardship and storytelling. Additionally, this person will be a thought partner in creating an infrastructure to develop, deploy and track targeted communications for UNCW’s alumni in alignment with CASE Insights on Alumni Engagement. This leader must demonstrate the ability to collaborate with internal departments, as well as with campus partners and external vendors, to build consensus and effectively coordinate communications is key. These communications will be multi-channel, including but not limited to, direct mail, digital communications, speaking points, print publications and videos.

Director of Donor Relations and Stewardship

Yale University
New Haven, CT
Salary Range: $110,000

The Director of Donor Relations and Stewardship creates, implements, manages and assesses a comprehensive donor relations plan to assist the Development and Alumni Affairs team in reaching its strategic fundraising goals. The scope of work includes donor relations, stewardship and related communications. The position requires excellent collaborative skills, requiring work with fundraising staff and partners across the University. S/he must have a strong writing background to draft written materials to aid in the School’s effort to educate, cultivate, and recognize donors. This position, an integral part of the School’s fundraising efforts, offers the opportunity to apply creative and critical thinking skills in a wide-range of communications and stewardship projects that connect the School with its current and prospective benefactors. The incumbent has a significant responsibility to organize work to achieve broadly stated goals for the department. The Director identifies objectives, directs programs, and develops strategies and policies, while also supervising staff and holding accountability for stewardship of financial resources in a manner consistent with broadly defined compliance goals and objectives. The position reports to the Senior Director of Development Information and Donor Services.

Executive Director of Donor Relations

Brandeis University
Waltham, MA
Salary Range: $145,000-$155,000

The Executive Director of Donor Relations serves as a senior member of the Institutional Advancement staff. They are responsible for providing strategic leadership, vision, design, and execution of a comprehensive and meaningful program, which includes donor acknowledgement, stewardship, recognition, and engagement across the entire University.

Executive Director, Donor Engagement

University of Houston
Houston, TX
Salary Range: $115,000 - $135,000

Creates and manages the overall strategy for donor engagement within the Divisions priorities and goals. Oversees strategic engagement of prospective and active donors via a comprehensive approach involving four critical areas by working collaboratively to ensure high-quality and meaningful engagements including Dev Communications, Stewardship & Compliance, Donor Relations & Recognition and Events.

Donor Relations Manager

University of Houston
Houston, TX
Salary Range: $55,000 - $60,000

Manages a comprehensive program to engage and recognize donors for their private support for the University of Houston. Establishes relationships and partnerships with donors through gift acknowledgement, donor recognition, events and other communication. Develops, plans, and implements personalized stewardship initiatives, and coordinates with development officers to determine effective stewardship for major donors. Designs and implements donor recognition stewardship events to connect and engage with donors. Manages acknowledgements, condolences, and congratulatory communication for the President and Vice President for Development. Provides customized gift impact reports for top donors. Collaborates with colleagues to provide donor recognition through publications, general donor publicity, and donor honor rolls. Supervise personnel and manages campus wide stewardship projects. Utilizes the university donor database and technology tools to enhance donor relations programs. Performs other job-related duties as required.

Digital Media Program Manager

University of Houston
Houston, TX
Salary Range: $55,000 – $60,000

Responsible for digital communications activities to support the advancement of a major university division, program or center through the planning and coordination of integrated media across communications platforms. Leads communication efforts across current and emerging digital media platforms within a specific college or division. Identifies program needs and implements targeted initiatives and outreach strategies. Manages project lifecycle for all approved digital media initiatives and participates in strategic planning. Guides user experience, design, and compatibility of program websites. Executes updates and manages content for all program web pages. Develops comprehensive social media strategy, curating both daily content and long-term campaigns Coordinates external and internal e-communications, including emails, electronic newsletters and digital signage. Initiates production of video and other media content to support program goals and priorities. Collaborates with media producers on campus and outside vendors. Supervises video equipment, assets, and data storage. May work with University IT and division administrators for specific projects. Leverage monitoring and reporting tools to define key engagement metrics and grow audience; track project success and compile detailed reports showing trends and insights across media platforms. Performs other job-related duties as required.

Donor Experience Officer

University of Maryland
College Park, Maryland
Salary Range: Low $60,0000 - Low $70,000

The University of Maryland’s division of University Relations is seeking a highly motivated, goal-oriented, energetic professional to serve as a Donor Experience Officer (DXO).

Reporting to the Director of Leadership Annual Giving, this position is key in helping donors align their passions with philanthropic priorities and opportunities across campus. As a digital-first fundraiser, the DXO will utilize modern marketing and video tools to express gratitude and ask for philanthropic support. The DXO must have the ability to use digital technologies in all aspects of the role; information, communication, and basic problem-solving skills, and be data-centric in their approach to achieving success. The Donor Experience Officer must be able to articulate the mission and goals of the University of Maryland while demonstrating enthusiasm and passion.

Manager, Donor Relations

St. Paul's Foundation
Downtown Vancouver, BC
Salary Range: $83,000 - $93,000

St. Paul’s Foundation is seeking a Manager, Donor Relations to be an integral part of an established, respected non-profit on the cusp of opening an incredible new hospital, research complex, and health campus. The Manager, Donor Relations will join a team committed to ensuring donors understand their vital role in transforming healthcare in British Columbia and will help execute and maintain our stewardship and recognition programs for donors across all fundraising areas to foster long-term donor relationships and inspire ongoing donor engagement.

Vice President of Marketing and Development

DePaul Community Resources
Salary Range: $84,000 - $94,000

The Vice President of Marketing and Development is a member of the Executive Leadership team and leads the agency in marketing, external communications, public relations, community events, and legislative advocacy and grows the organization's capacity through development strategies and home-finding efforts. The Vice President of Marketing and Development leads, guides, and directs all major external engagement areas as assigned by the Chief Executive Officer (CEO/President). This person must effectively represent the organization in the community, build relationships, and work collaboratively in all settings.

VP of Donor Engagement, Stewardship, and Communication

Sharp HealthCare Foundation
San Diego, CA
Hourly Pay Range (Minimum - Midpoint - Maximum):
$94.018 - $121.314 - $148.610

The VP of Donor Engagement, Stewardship, and Communication will develop, plan, execute and evaluate a comprehensive program of donor acquisition and retention, membership, stewardship, communications, digital integration, and donor analytics and reporting for the Foundations of Sharp HealthCare.

Donor Engagement Manager

Roosevelt Institute
Salary Range: $67,936 – $85,000

Working closely with the development team, executive team, and other senior staff at the Roosevelt Institute, the Donor Engagement Manager will play a key role in ensuring best-in-class cultivation and stewardship for Roosevelt’s funders. Responsibilities include: developing and executing cultivation and stewardship strategies for major individual and institutional donors, staffing principals for meetings and events, managing the individual giving pipeline, prospecting, and other related activities. The Donor Engagement Manager will report to the Director of Development.

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