Career Opportunities

  • Vice President Resource Development

    Oxfam America, Boston or Washington DC

    The Vice President Resource Development (VP RD) will be a highly effective and proven leader that is deeply motivated by Oxfam’s mission to end the injustice of poverty and by the goal of growing revenue and supporters in the competitive and disrupted landscape of US philanthropy. The VP RD will play a critical role in advancing Oxfam’s commitment in our new strategy to transform systems that drive inequality. They will bring the vision, experience, curiosity, creativity, resourcefulness, and enthusiasm to support a well-recognized international NGO to leap to a new level of donor engagement that fuels an ambitious strategy.

    They lead of team of 50 development professionals and all of Oxfam America’s fundraising activities.

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  • Executive Director, MA

    Bottom Line, Boston, MA (Jamaica Plain)

    The Executive Director leads the Massachusetts Region. As part of a National organization with a strong centralized program model, the Executive Director plays a critical role in championing organizational tenets, values, and culture. At the same time, the Executive Director provides the local leadership and insights that allows our work to be responsive and relevant to the Boston and Worcester communities. This includes: engaging local stakeholders who serve as formal and informal leaders in the organization and region; building and leading a high-performing and mission-driven local team, and ensuring strong program results year to year.

    Please see our website for more information and how to apply.

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  • Director of Institutional Giving (Foundations and Corporate Development)

    Planned Parenthood League of Massachusetts, Boston, MA

    The Director of Institutional Giving is a senior member of a nine -person development team and will lead a strategic and proactive institutional giving effort to secure support from national, regional, and local foundation and corporate funders, as well as from federal, state, and local government agencies.  The individual in this position will identify and cultivate new sources of support and work collaboratively with members of the executive team to respond to RFPs and other funding opportunities.  The director will work closely with the Finance department and other key staff to prepare and provide the appropriate financial information and to ensure that systems are in place to monitor the use of funding.

    Please see our website for more information and how to apply.

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  • TerraCorps

    TerraCorps, Lowell

    The Chief Philanthropy Officer (CPhO) is a key member of our leadership team who is responsible for building a culture of abundance for a dynamic and growing non-profit with revenues approaching $2 million annually. The CPhO is responsible for designing and managing creative campaigns to activate philanthropic investment, inspire corporate sponsorship, raise brand awareness, and galvanize public support.  As the steward of TerraCorps’ brand, the CPhO owns the process of telling TerraCorps’ story to inspire people and organizations to become partners in creating the environmental and social change we seek.  As a key member of TerraCorps’ self-managed, cross-functional teams, the CPhO collaborates daily to identify resource needs and lead the creation of funding strategies that maximize the TerraCorps experience for all stakeholders and energize growth into new geographies.

    Email resume and cover letter, to Maria Infante, Chief People and Culture Officer, at minfante@terracorps.org.  No phone calls please.

     

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  • Major Gifts Officer

    Boston Harbor Now, Boston

    As a senior member of the Boston Harbor Now Institutional Advancement Team, the Major Gifts Officer will secure outright, multi-year and planned gift commitments from individual donors at the level of $25,000 and more. In addition, the Major Gifts Officer works closely with the Vice President of Institutional Advancement, President & CEO, advancement colleagues, and Board and volunteer leadership to achieve the goals of the philanthropy program in support of Boston Harbor Now. The Major Gifts Officer will complete the team at this stage in our development and bring deep experience in working with high net worth individuals.

    How to Apply

    Please email a cover letter and résumé as a single pdf attachment to employment@bostonharbornow.org and include “Major Gifts Officer” in the email subject line. Letters may be addressed to Jodi Wolin, Vice President, Institutional Advancement. No phone calls please.

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  • Director of Philanthropy, Learning and Evaluation

    Episcopal City Mission, Boston, MA

    Role of Director of Philanthropy, Learning and Evaluation
    The Director of Philanthropy and Learning will report to the Executive Director and will work collaboratively with ECM Staff, Board, Grant Committees, grantees, and philanthropic partners. For more information on the position please go to our website here.

    TO APPLY: We strongly encourage online applications. Please attach your resume with a thoughtful cover letter addressing both your interest and experience and send to the application.

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  • Data Coordinator

    Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, Rhode Island, United States 02908

    The Data Coordinator, Advancement Services is a key member of a dynamic and collaborative team. With a detailed understanding of advancement best practices for data collection and management, this role performs a wide variety of detailed and data-oriented tasks including but not limited to entering, updating, maintaining and auditing data in IE’s CRM system, Raiser’s Edge.The Data Coordinator imports and exports data using third-party software tools. Additionally, this position runs standard queries and reports to test and validate data accuracy, completeness, and compliance and shares information as appropriate.

    Please see our website for more information and how to apply.

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  • Alumni Relations Officer, Volunteer Engagement

    Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, Rhode Island

    Rhode Island School of Design seeks a talented professional to join the Office of Institutional Engagement. The Alumni Relations Officer, Volunteer Engagement will support increased alumni engagement by coordinating and executing various new and established programs offering volunteer opportunities within the Alumni Association. This position will also develop and execute new alumni and student engagement programs and opportunities to develop strong relationships between the two groups, familiarizing students with the alumni network and encouraging connections to RISD well beyond graduation.

    Please see our website for more information and how to apply.

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  • Associate Director, Schools & Programs

    Boston College, Boston, MA

    Reporting to the Executive Director, Schools & Programs, the Assistant/Associate Director of Schools & Program will serve as primary content expert for a portfolio of schools and programs that comprise BC’s most prominent areas of research, teaching and service.  As a content expert, the AD will serve as a resource to colleagues in functional areas across UA, primarily development, stewardship, communications, and the Alumni Association.  S/he will be responsible for supplying verbal and written content and access to relevant university partners.  S/he will also play a key role in ensuring consistency and accuracy of messaging across these functions.

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  • Assistant/Associate Director, Annual Giving

    Boston College, Chestnut Hill, MA

    Working closely with the Director of Annual Giving Programs the Assistant Director will also help to set current use goals based on the pipeline movement of prospects and monitor the progress towards these goals. Additionally, working with the Director, the Assistant Director will assess the return on investment for the Catalyst Funds fundraising initiative, which is focused on increasing current use gifts to BC of $10,000, and will drive our current use cash goals as well as grow our annual leadership donor base for the major gift pipeline. This position will also lead the stewardship activities to recognize Catalyst Funds donors bi-annually.

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