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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

Senior Manager, Donor Relations

Children's Hospital Colorado Foundation
Aurora, CO (Hybrid)
Salary Range: $67,000-91,000

The Senior Manager, Donor Relations of Children’s Hospital Colorado Foundation (Foundation) will support the donor relations strategies of Children’s Hospital Colorado Foundation, with specific responsibility for collaboratively creating, overseeing, and executing strategic donor relations activities for principal level and VIP donors and prospects in partnership with Strategic Philanthropy, Prospect Managers and Marketing. This position will report to the Director of Donor Relations.

Director of Engagement, Medical Advancement

Washington University in St. Louis
St. Louis, MO
Salary Range: $70,300 - $90,000

As an integral member of the Medical Advancement Strategic Engagement team, the Director of Engagement will work closely with the Strategic Engagement team and gift officers to establish a donor centric program that demonstrates impact and recognizes and celebrates the philanthropic commitments of donors to the School of Medicine and Siteman Cancer Center through printed and digital communications and events.  

The successful applicant for this role will be an exceptional project manager and creative thinker with a passion for providing tailored, first-class experiences for constituents through innovative communications and programming. 

Associate Director of Engagement Operations, Medical Advancement Copy

Washington University in St. Louis
St. Louis, MO
Salary Range: $57,300 - $65,000

As an integral part of the Strategic Engagement team, and under the supervision of the Director of Engagement Operations, the Associate Director of Engagement Operations supports efforts to establish and steward meaningful relationships with current and future donors through communication, including acknowledgments, reports, and programming. This position will also help maintain the database and fund accounts to ensure accuracy in data. The successful candidate will be an analytical thinker who can balance multiple projects and successfully manage and share data.

Director of Alumni and External Engagement Copy

Dakota State University
Madison, South Dakota
Salary Range: $51,700 - $56,000

Are you truly passionate about forging meaningful connections, weaving captivating narratives, and orchestrating unforgettable fundraising and engagement events? Dakota State University is on the hunt for a Director of Alumni and Engagement who possesses that extra zest for the job, and we want you to bring your enthusiasm to our team!

Responsibilities:

Experience Architect, designing and executing remarkable experiences at events that leave our donors and alumni buzzing. Your expertise will ensure every gathering is unforgettable.

Donor Relations Guru: Cultivate meaningful relationships with donors, making them feel like cherished members of the DSU family. Craft personalized communications to keep donors informed about the impact of their support.

Alumni Engagement Trailblazer: Lead the charge in crafting a dynamic alumni engagement strategy that resonates with today’s innovators and influencers. Amplify the Alumni Committee’s influence by fostering collaboration.

Marketing Visionary: Elevate DSU’s presence to new heights! Develop and implement cutting-edge marketing strategies that enhance our visibility among alumni, donors, and the community.

Trendsetter: Stay ahead of the curve! Keep a watchful eye on the latest trends in alumni engagement, events, and philanthropy.

Community Connector: Be the face of the Foundation! Represent us at community events and forge connections that extend our impact far beyond campus.

Associate Director of Stewardship

Earthjustice
San Francisco, CA, New York, NY or Remote from US
Salary Range: $114,500 - $149,600

The Associate Director of Stewardship leads a team of stewardship professionals who provide expertise, thought partnership, and project management on stewardship strategies that recognize and retain Earthjustice’s donors. The team is responsible for producing general and highly customized stewardship materials and plans for individuals giving at the major and principal gift levels, and provides partnership and support to the teams developing stewardship strategies for mid-level, planned giving, foundations, digital and public support donors.

The Associate Director of Stewardship sets the overall direction and expectations for the team and ensures the team is structured and deployed in a manner that best supports the organization’s donor stewardship needs. They work closely with Development leadership and gift officers to create and implement creative multi-year plans for stewarding gifts at the principal level ($1 million annually) in support of Development Department fundraising goals, and they routinely partner with the Principal Gifts, Major Gifts, and Foundations teams to create strategic stewardship plans for donors with principal gift capacity who are not yet giving at a principal gifts level. The Associate Director of Stewardship will engage Earthjustice executives, program leadership, finance and general counsel in stewardship strategy planning and implementation.

Assistant Director of Scholarship & Endowment Administration

University of California Riverside (Hybrid)
Riverside, CA
Salary Range: $59,000 - $71,000

The assistant director of scholarships & endowment administration is responsible for ensuring that university-endowed funds are properly administered according to guidelines, recipient expectations, and donor intent. Additionally, they are responsible for partnering with Alumni Engagement colleagues in the direction of the comprehensive UCR Alumni Association scholarship program to advance University Advancement objectives in support of UCR. This position, in collaboration with the director of stewardship and donor relations, must implement and streamline current processes, and identify, conceptualize, plan, and implement new programs that strengthen relationships and help to build a culture of philanthropy through engagement. They must develop and implement strategic plans and processes that grow and strengthen the impact of the University of California, Riverside's scholarship and endowment programs.

Director of Development

The Ohio State University
(Medical Center, 4 vacancies)
Columbus, Ohio
Salary Range: $73,100 - $97,500

The Director of Development will understand the mission, needs and value proposition of the university, the Wexner Medical Center, and the College of Medicine, and build relationships with prospective donors to increase philanthropic support. Donors such as alumni, friends, and/or grateful patients will be identified by listening for opportunities to align their interests and passions with opportunities to donate to the University or Wexner Medical Center.

The aim of the role is to actively manage a portfolio of prospective donors to be asked for major gifts. Preparation for the “ask” will include creative and strategic utilization of resources to determine the prospective donor’s capacity for giving, build their interest, raise their sights, sustain their engagement and obtain a gift. Success in the position will be guided by annual metrics such as number of monthly meetings, number of gift commitments, and dollars raised. Central resources such as a robust donor database, and reporting and analytics tools exist to help the role achieve goals and manage an allocated budget.

Director of Engagement and Philanthropy

CSU Pueblo Foundation
Pueblo, CO (Hybrid)
Salary Range: $60,000-$70,000

The Director of Engagement and Philanthropy supports the core values of the CSU Pueblo
Foundation and assures quality services to all university and foundation constituents. This
position manages relationships with current and prospective donors. The Director of Engagement
and Philanthropy is expected to identify, qualify, cultivate, solicit, and steward donors, friends
and alumni of CSU Pueblo.

Advancement Officer, Donor Relations

University of British Columbia
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
Salary Range: $6,551.00 - $9,418.83 CAD Monthly

Join our Development team as an Advancement Officer specializing in Impact Reporting and Endowment Management. In this role, you will drive impact reporting initiatives, collaborating with DAE business units to highlight tangible outcomes of philanthropic contributions. Your role bridges donor generosity with institutional success, fostering meaningful connections. Ideal candidates possess a proven track record in impact reporting, endowment management, strong analytical skills, and a commitment to precision. You will expertly manage endowment funds, collaborating with the Endowment Accounting team. Craft compelling Endowment Summary Reports (ESRs) to transparently showcase the growth and impact of endowed funds.

Managing Director of Board Relations

OHSU Foundation
Portland, OR
Salary Range: $84,000 - $113,000

As the Managing Director of Board Relations, you will serve as the key point of contact for the Foundation Board and will be responsible for developing and executing strategies to ensure that Foundation Board members are informed, connected and engaged. You will provide leadership and direction to the Board Relations team, as well as strategic oversight for Board meetings and other Board events, day-to-day Board business operations, and Board resources.

Donor Relations Coordinator

Randolph College
Lynchburg, VA
Salary Range: $50,000 - $55,000

The donor relations coordinator manages a comprehensive and strategic communications plan for a donor relations and stewardship program that fosters and nurtures long-term, meaningful relationships between the College and its donors. Managing these programs includes writing and coordinating e-communications; presidential acknowledgments; preparing annual stewardship reports for endowed and current restricted funds; planning and implementing donor recognition events; managing a giving societies program; and assisting development officers with establishing and coordinating individualized stewardship plans for major donors.

Senior Director of Development, College of Arts and Sciences

University of South Carolina
Columbia, SC
Salary Minimum: $95,954

Under limited supervision, reporting to the Lead Senior Director of Advancement (Senior DOA) the Senior Director of Development for the College of Arts and Sciences (College) will be responsible for supporting the Senior DOA in the coordination and management of an effective, comprehensive, and ongoing development program through major gifts fundraising. Responsibilities include supporting the Senior DOA to plan, manage, implement, promote, coordinate, the development program through major gifts for the College. Responsible for supervising fundraising professionals to support the College. This position will be part of the University Development team and will operate within the system and procedures of USC Development to ensure consistent and well-coordinated activities.

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