Tanenbaum seeks an experienced, full-time development professional to manage a small Development Department. This is a wonderful opportunity for growth and ownership over projects and processes in foundation, corporate, government, and individual giving. This position also offers a fun, collegial atmosphere.
The Manager of Development will report to the CEO and Deputy CEO. He or she will be responsible for managing a department that consists of a Grant Writer/Coordinator and a Development Associate focused on individual giving.
Responsibilities include but are not limited to:
- Enhance the functioning of the Development Department through systematized project management and supervision of development staff
- Utilize, improve, and enhance if necessary preexisting fundraising systems and donor databases (i.e., research tools, techniques, DonorPerfect organization)
- Achieve defined fundraising goals and other deliverables including:
- Identify and research major gift prospects to expand and diversify Tanenbaum’s donor base
- Oversee and help to develop strategies and plan cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship of major gift prospects
- Prepare weekly reports of departmental activity for the CEO and Deputy CEO
- Prepare and present analytical and strategic reports for the Development Committee and Board of Directors
- Liaise and strategize with the Development Committee, other lay leadership committees, and staff
- Work closely with the Finance and Operations Department to ensure reconciled financial data
- Coordinate with Communications Department to achieve optimal outreach to donors and prospects
- Perform other duties as required across the department and organization to maximize success
QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPECTATIONS
- Commitment to and nuanced understanding of the mission and goals of Tanenbaum
- Graduate degree in Nonprofit Management, Fund Development, Marketing, Strategic Communications, or other related field preferred
- 3+ years’ experience in fund development
- Departmental management experience
- Proven track record of effective project management
- Strategic planning experience
- Big picture thinking combined with hands-on work style
- Experience in major donor research
- Track record designing fundraising strategies, identifying major donors, and implementing those strategies
- Familiarity with budget creation and oversight
- Ability to analyze and present data
- Highly compelling written and oral communication skills
- Effective public speaking skills a plus
- Strong interpersonal skills
- Highly organized, detail-oriented and self-motivated
- Strong computer skills with expertise in development technology, word processing, spreadsheets, database entry and management.
- Ability to work both independently and collaboratively
- Communications experience a plus
- Willing to work occasional evening and weekend hours
- Sense of humor
The Tanenbaum Center for Interreligious Understanding is a secular, non-sectarian organization that promotes mutual respect with practical programs that bridge religious difference and combat prejudice in areas of armed conflict, schools, workplaces, and health care settings.
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No phone calls, please.
Tanenbaum Center for Interreligious Understanding
55 Broad Street, New York, NY 10004
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