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Chief External Relations Officer

Description: StoryCorps is an acclaimed national nonprofit that provides people of all backgrounds and beliefs with the opportunity to record, share, and preserve the stories of their lives.
Responsibilities: StoryCorps (annual budget $9.2 million, over 100 employees) seeks a Chief External Relations Officer (CERO) to work closely with StoryCorps’ CEO and President, to provide the strategic vision for all fundraising, marketing and communications efforts. CERO will oversee a 5-person marketing and communications team and lead the implementation and management of a development program to increase revenue from funding sources including government, major donors, members, corporate and foundation grants, special events (including an annual gala) and strategic partnerships. CERO will collaborate with StoryCorps’ CEO, president, senior staff and Board to build the organization’s image, resources and stature and to develop sustained relationship with donors across the country. With a development staff of 9, CERO will manage creation and execution of development plans, budgeting, reporting of fundraising systems and procedures. CERO will also be tasked with creating, developing  and leading StoryCorps’ first Capital Campai
Requirements: Bachelor’s degree and a minimum of 10 years of experience in the development field in positions with increasing responsibility. Experience leading a development team responsible for raising at least $15 million. Solid track record of fundraising among major donors, foundations, corporations, and sponsors. Experience directing and managing a marketing and communication team. Event planning experience required. FOR COMPLETE JOB DESCRIPTION, go to: To Apply: StoryCorps has retained the services of Harris Rand Lusk to conduct this search. Inquiries, nominations, and applications may be directed in confidence to: Debbie Farrell, Director Development and Leadership Harris Rand Lusk 122 East 4nd Street, Suite 3605 New York, NY 10168
Range: Commensurate with experience
Contact: Debbie Farrell,
Phone: 212 867 5577
Address: 122 East 42nd St. Suite 3605 New York, NY 10168

Associate Director, Development

NYC Leadership Academy

Description: Launched in 2003,the NYC Leadership Academy is a non-profit organization committed to preparing and supporting school leaders who can transform the most challenging schools. The NYC Leadership Academy is the primary leadership development partner to the NYC Department of Education – and provides customized school leadership advisory services nationally.
Responsibilities: The NYC Leadership Academy(NYCLA)is seeking an outstanding professional with a proven fundraising track record,and a commitment to educational equity. This individual will work with the VP External Affairs to develop and execute the fundraising plan. Write, coordinate and execute all grant materials. Manage funder outreach and relationship development. The Associate Director is an important contributor and supports the organization’s external and internal marketing activities. Oversee research for funding sources and trends. Support the department by writing and editing communications strategy,eblasts and social media content. Work with department to launch Salesforce (previous experience with this system is highly desireable).
Requirements: BA/BS degree 5 years of professional experience in the nonprofit development field Extensive grant writing and fundraising management with a proven track record Skilled in developing relationships with a variety of stakeholders Exceptional written skills and ability to articulate a compelling case for philanthropic support, present organizational objectives persuasively, and translate strategic concepts into fundraising proposals and reports Results driven team player who can demonstrate flexibility in a feedback-driven culture Organizationally strong, detail oriented and able to meet tight deadlines. See a full job description and learn about us at
Contact: DNP Gerry Falchick,
Phone: DNP 718

Marketing & Communications Coordinator , Part-Time

C.H.O.I.C.E. of New Rochelle

Description: Peer agency supporting adults with mental illness, substance abuse issues, homelessness and prison-bridging.
Responsibilities: Promote, communicate and maintain clear and consistent messaging regarding the organization's mission and it brand image to: its clients/consumers, affiliated agencies/organizations, and the community, using all available means. I.e. printed collateral, newsletters, web site content, social media, press releases, human interest stories, news outlets, etc. Interface with clients and vendors.
Requirements: BA or BS degree preferred and/or certificate in marketing, or equivalent work experience. Minimum 2 years marketing coordinator experience. Strong verbal/written communication skills in English; ability to work well with across functional groups and communicate with all levels of the agency and external business partners. Proficient with Microsoft Office Suite and Adobe Photoshop. Basic WordPress highly desirable. Proven project management experience; attention to detail and highly organized Diplomatic in meeting and working with people, good cultural awareness. Knowledge and experience in human services a plus. Fundraising experience a plus.
Range: TBD
Contact: Human Resources,
Phone: 914 576-0173
Address: 420 North Ave. New Rochelle, NY 10801
CHOICE is a peer organization. Persons who work on the team must have experience with (either directly, via an immediate family member or through work experience) a mental health condition, a period of hardship (i.e. homelessness, imprisonment) or a disability.

Corporate and Foundation Relations Manager


Description: Publicolor, a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit based in New York City, creates and administers multi-layered youth development programs dedicated to educating New York City's underserved high-risk students, simultaneously transforming their deteriorating schools and neglected communities into vibrant, stimulating environments, providing lasting benefits for public school teachers, students and community residents.
Responsibilities: The Corporate and Foundation Relations Manager (CFRM) is responsible for raising funds from corporate partners through sponsorships, cause-marketing, and grants, as well as grants from family foundations. The CFRM will be responsible for managing a portfolio of corporate and foundation funders with annual and multi-year gifts between $5,000 and $50,000 annually. This position cultivates and solicits current corporate and foundation donors, researches and acquires new donors, upgrades the level of financial support from current donors, and establishes relationships that result in long-term partnerships. With the VP for Institutional Advancement, the CFRM will create and implement a plan and tracking calendar for Publicolor’s approved corporate and foundation development strategy that responds to operational needs, projects and the newly created strategic plan for 2015-2018. CFRM will write corporate and foundation proposals and contracts; prepare reports for  corporate and foundation supporters as assigned;
Requirements: Minimum of five years development experience at a non-profit organization or educational institution with proven record in securing major support from corporations or foundations. Bachelor’s degree; Master’s degree preferred. Demonstrated ability to meet fund raising goals. Ability to interact effectively with donors, volunteers and program staff. Experience with marketing a plus. Able to establish priorities and manage multiple projects in fast-paced, deadline-driven organization. Results-oriented, meticulous, highly attentive to details. Knowledge of the New York philanthropic community and funding sources, particularly in the youth development and/or educational fields. Rigorous work ethic with the ability to set and hold very high standards. Superb writing and oral communication skills with an understanding of the integrated relationship between communications and development. Strong track record of success identifying, cultivating and soliciting corporate and  foundation donors. Adept with Microsoft Office.
Range: Commensurate with experience
Contact:  Jack Lusk,
Phone: 212 867 5577
Address: Harris Rand Lusk 122 East 42nd St. Suite 3605 New York, NY 10168
To Apply: Publicolor has retained the services of Harris Rand Lusk to conduct this search. Inquiries, nominations, and applications may be directed in confidence to: Jack Lusk, Managing Partner Harris Rand Lusk 122 E. 42nd Street, Suite 3605 New York, NY 10168

Development Executive
American Committee for the Weizmann Institute of Science (ACWIS)

Description: ACWIS develops philanthropic support in the United States for the Weizmann Institute of Science in Israel, one of the world's premier scientific research institutions.
Responsibilities: The Development Executive reports to the Executive Director, New York Tri-State Region, and solicits major gifts face-to-face, develops and implements fundraising and leadership development programs, increases awareness of Weizmann research among donors and prospects, and develops and maintains strong donor relationships. Please click on this link to review a detailed profile on this position -
Contact: Tom Damewood,
Phone: 845-227-3161
Fax: 845-227-3439
Address: 2424 Route 52, Box 6 Hopewell Junction, NY 12533

Capital Campaign/Major Gifts Specialists

Description: Ghiorsi & Sorrenti, Inc. is a full service philanthropic consulting firm specializing in serving healthcare providers of all types and sizes. Over twenty-five years in practice, our clients have raised more than $7 billion.
Responsibilities: National philanthropic consulting firm seeks experienced professionals to direct capital campaigns for our clients.
Requirements: Proven track record in capital and major gift fund raising; superb writing, verbal communications and organizational skills; willingness to travel.
Contact: Matthew Ghiorsi, V.P. Ghiorsi & Sorrenti, Inc.,
Address: 255 Madison Avenue, Wyckoff, NJ 07481

Development Executive Assistant
Planned Parenthood Hudson Peconic

Description: Planned Parenthood Hudson Peconic, a recognized leader in reproductive health care services, is seeking an Executive Assistant, for our Hawthorne, NY location. PPHP serves women, men and young people in Westchester, Rockland, Putnam and Suffolk counties.
Responsibilities: The Executive Assistant will provide administrative support to the Vice President of Development and the development department; will work closely with key leadership, donors, fundraising committee and colleagues throughout the organization. Planned Parenthood Hudson Peconic offers a competitive salary and benefits package.
Requirements: Bachelor’s degree with a minimum of two years experience as an assistant for senior management in a development department. Must have strong database experience, Raiser’s Edge preferred; proficient in Microsoft Office Suite. Excellent oral, written communication and proofing skills; good organizational skills, with strong attention to detail and accuracy. Ability to take initiative and work independently, as well as under pressure. Please email cover letter with resume to:

Director of Development and Communication
YWCA White Plains & Central Westchester

Description: The mission of the YWCA White Plains & Central Westchester is to eliminate racism and empower women. Each week the YWCA serves over 4,000 women, children and their families through many social and recreational programs; and provides a home for 193 low-income women at our Residence.
Responsibilities: Reporting directly to the Chief Executive Officer, the Development and Communications Director will oversee all fundraising and communication efforts, including the cultivation of individual major donors, and planning and implementing fundraising events. Communications work includes overseeing the YWCA’s website, public relations, e-newsletters, annual report and all other print and social media outreach. The Director will be a strong, hands-on nonprofit development & communications professional who brings broad experience and a demonstrated record of success. Candidate must have at least seven years of professional fundraising/communications experience. S/he will be an integral part of the YWCA’s management team, and most essential have passion for the YWCA’s mission.
Requirements: Commitment to the mission of the YWCA; Bachelor of Arts degree required; Minimum of 7 years experience in fundraising/communications with proven ability in securing major individual gifts and proven ability in production of communications/marketing materials in print and online; Experience working productively with Board of Directors, staff at all levels, outside consultants and vendors; Strong computer skills, including experience working with donor management software; Demonstrated writing skills (writing sample required); Excellent organizational, managerial and communication skills; and Ability to manage multiple projects in a fast-paced deadline driven environment.
Range: Commensurate with Experience,

Part-time Grant writer
YMCA of Central and Northern Westchester

Description: The Y provides youth development programs, promotes healthy living and encourages social responsibility. Satellite location in Somers, residence, daycare and health club in White Plains, Camp Combe in Putnam Valley, NY
Responsibilities: Assist CEO/Director of Fund Development and Communications with procurement of current grants. Actively seek out and apply for additional grants as appropriate.
Requirements: At least 5 years grant-writing experience. Proven, quantifiable results. Ability and desire to network YMCA in its local communities in partnership with CEO and Director of Fund Development.
Range: TBD
Contact: Anne Ring,
Fax: 914 287 6421
Address: 250 Mamaroneck Ave White Plains, NY 10605
Please send resume and salary requirements. No phone calls please!

Grants & Donor Relations Mgr

Ann's Place

Description: Ann’s Place is a compassionate cancer support nonprofit serving the Connecticut and Hudson Valley, New York areas. We help those facing cancer as well as their loved ones with professional counseling, support groups and wellness activities at no charge. More information is available on
Responsibilities: Position reports to the President-CEO and is part-time with the potential to grow to full-time. Manage complete process of grant proposals and all subsequent reporting to a wide variety of grant-making organizations. Grow contributions to Ann’s Place through a range of methods, such as sponsorships, recurring donations, legacy giving, commemorative donations, direct mailings and more. Leverage the broader Ann’s Place community and its many gatherings to expand the donor base. Act as spokesperson, together with the Associate Director Events & Publicity, at external events. Manage volunteers involved in mailings or grant production. Track and report on progress in all projects. Ann’s Place is an equal opportunity employer.
Requirements: Bachelor’s degree in area demonstrating communications training and several years’ work experience in nonprofit grant-writing area. Excellent writing, research and analytical skills essential. Craft funding proposals synthesizing information in a clear, concise and compelling manner. Interest in/passion for helping those with cancer and their loved ones. Self-motivated, able to work independently and manage time effectively to consistently meet deadlines. Team-oriented and at ease meeting new people. Works well under pressure. High level of computer literacy required, including proficiency with fundraising software programs, Microsoft Office including Excel and online databases and other sources for research. Able to maintain confidentiality. Experience interfacing with finance for grant production.
Contact: Dorothy Adams
Phone: 203-790-6568
Fax: 203-797-1726
Address: 80 Saw Mill Road, Danbury, CT 06810
Applicants must submit cover letter with resume

Director of Development
Westchester Institute for Human Development

Description: Westchester Institute for Human Development(WIHD), located in Valhalla, NY, is a nonprofit organization dedicated to providing social and health care services and assistance to people with disabilities, at-risk children, and their caregivers.
Responsibilities: The Director of Development is responsible for the design and execution of a comprehensive fund development plan for the Westchester Institute for Human Development (WIHD). This includes oversight and execution of ongoing fundraising efforts, and for capital and special project campaigns. The Director of Development reports to the President & CEO, and works in close cooperation with the Board of Directors and appropriate Committees, and WIHD Program Directors. The Director’s primary responsibilities include program leadership, broad-based appeals, identifying individual donors, donor research and support, oversee foundation/corporate outreach, reporting and public relations, and supervise database contributor records.
Requirements: Candidates should hold a Master’s degree in a related field; graduate or post-graduate training in fundraising desirable. At least 10 years of professional experience in development, preferably in a non-profit or academic setting. Proven success in development for a large non-profit; proven track record in achieving fundraising goals; Proven management and leadership capabilities; experience in planning leading, and managing development projects, including coordination, tracking and reporting.
Contact: Danielle McFadden
Phone: 914-493-5961
Fax: 914-493-1973
Address: Cedarwood Hall Room 306 Valhalla, NY 10595

USGA P.J. Boatwright, Jr Intern
Women's Metropolitan Golf Association

Description: Serving the New York Metropolitan area for over 100 years, the WMGA is the second-oldest women’s golf association in the US with more than 200 member clubs and approximately 2,500 individual members. Its mission is to foster good sportsmanship, good fellowship and friendly rivalry while encouraging and developing skilled amateur women golfers through individual competition and team play.
Responsibilities: This 12-month internship involves exposure to all aspects of golf administration. It includes but is not limited to: Membership services, handicap inquiries and support, course rating, course measuring, communications, media relations, tournament management, junior golf, other youth program initiatives, website maintenance, membership services and general office administration. The intern will work directly in tournament administration April – October and in the WMGA office during the off season. This position will provide a wide-ranging experience for an individual seeking to pursue a career in golf administration.
Requirements: • An individual that has a keen interest in golf administration, is self-motivated, personable, and willing to work flexible hours • Knowledge of Microsoft Office programs (Word, Excel, PowerPoint) • Strong communication and organizational skills – website, social media • Desire to work with all ages, from seniors to juniors • Knowledge of golf and golf terminology preferred • Reliable transportation required for travel within the New York metropolitan area
Range: • Stipend of $1,875 per month ($22,500 total) gross plus work-related expenses
Contact: Nancy Early, Executive Director
Phone: 914-592-7888
Fax: 914-462-3229
Address: 49 Knollwood Road Elmsford, NY 10523

Campaign Manager
Planned Parent Hudson Peconic

Description: Planned Parenthood Hudson Peconic (PPHP), a recognized leader in reproductive health care services, is seeking a Campaign Manager, for our Hawthorne, NY location.
Responsibilities: The Campaign Manager will further the fundraising goals of PPHP by overseeing the Annual Campaign and continually assess trends, opportunities and areas of improvements. The Campaign Manager will also have a portfolio of donors who give, or have the potential to give up to $1,000 annually, overseeing all Raiser’s Edge activities, monthly campaign reports, and managing the gift processing and acknowledgement process. Planned Parenthood-Hudson Peconic offers a competitive salary and benefits package. Please email cover letter with salary requirements and resume to:
Requirements: Master’s degree preferred with a minimum of five years experience in non-profit fundraising; proven success in fundraising and budgeting experience. Strong database experience, Raiser’s Edge preferred; proficient in Microsoft Word and Excel. Excellent oral, written communication and analytical skills. Ability to establish and maintain positive, effective, professional relationships with all individuals. Ability to make independent decisions that show sound, professional judgment.

Development Manager
Thomas & Associates, Inc.

Description: With offices in New York City and Chicago, Thomas & Associates, Inc. offers staffing, consulting, and professional development workshops for museums, galleries and arts and culture businesses nationwide and internationally.
Responsibilities: For our distinguished and rapidly expanding New York-based non-profit client we are seeking a Development Manager of Individual and Institutional Giving. The successful candidate will develop and manage the grant portfolio, including programs, exhibitions and special project funding requests; plan and manage individual giving campaigns; manage fundraising events including cultivation events and programs for young patrons; assist the Development Manager with events and fundraising initiatives; cultivate strategic relationships and partnerships with Board members, prospective donors, government agencies; liaise with Board to achieve fundraising goals; attend and represent the organization at networking, community and other public events; serve as a point person for the Development Committee; other duties as required.
Requirements: The idea candidate will have a proven track record in development and at least 3-5 years’ experience with an organization with a focus on architecture, art or design education. BA in art history or equivalent, excellent financial management skills and strong computer skills, including Quickbooks, Filemaker and Salesforce, are required. Superb organizational, staff management and communications skills are essential. An excellent opportunity for a self-confident and dynamic professional who is flexible, diplomatic and excellent with interpersonal relationships. Some weekends and evenings are required.
Range: Salary DOE and benefits.

Major Gifts Officer
Franciscan Friars of the Atonement

Description: Identify, contact, cultivate, solicit and steward benefactors for annual giving to support mission of a religious community of Friar Priests. Manage portfolio of 300+ individual major gift prospects to secure gifts of $5,000 or greater. Work collaboratively with other members of the Office of Mission Support and other departments. Assist with strategic planning and preparation for future capital campaign. Must have 2 to 5 years successful experience in major gift cultivation and solicitation. Must possess strong written and verbal skills; strong organizational and computer skills; must have ability to develop donor relationships and solicit donations pertaining to planned and current gifts. Outstanding interpersonal skills and a high level of comfort with direct donor interaction. Ability to operate independently. Must be willing to travel; Up to 50% of time out of office on donor visits, some evenings and overnights as necessary. Travel throughout the U.S.
Contact: Alicia Whelan
Phone: 845-424-2117
Address: PO Box 301 Garrison, NY 10524

Office Manager

Ty Louis Campbell (TLC) Foundation

Description: The TY Louis Campbell (TLC) Foundation is a nonprofit organization, certified 501(c)(3), that funds innovative research and clinical trials specifically geared toward the treatment of the deadliest childhood cancers (including brain and spinal cord tumors).
Responsibilities: A part time associate is needed to help manage day-to-day office needs, including database management, banking, website upkeep, event planning support, distribution of marketing materials, follow-up on inquiries and pursuits, and occasional online merchandise fulfillment.
Requirements: Must be proficient in MS Office. Experience with graphic design, fundraising or event planning a plus. This is the perfect new or re-introduction into the workforce for someone who has experience in corporate or non-profit environments, but whom only has limited time available. Located in Carmel, NY, the office atmosphere is pleasant and laid-back. Hours are flexible. 3 - 4 days a week, between 9AM - 2PM.
Range: $15 hour
Contact: Nancy McCombs,
Interested candidates should email letter of interest and resume.

Development Associate


Description: Agency Description: The mission of Legal Services of the Hudson Valley ( is to provide free, high quality counsel in civil matters for poor and low-income individuals and families who cannot afford to pay an attorney where basic human needs are at stake. Legal Services has eight offices (White Plains, Mount Vernon, Yonkers, Peekskill, Spring Valley, Poughkeepsie, Newburgh and Kingston) serving seven Hudson Valley counties including Westchester, Putnam, Rockland, Orange, Dutchess, Ulster and Sullivan.
Responsibilities: Provide support to the Development Office, including (but not limited to): - Learn the organization’s online donor database system including event module; assist with gift processing, acknowledgments, mailing lists, prospect research, reports, etc.; - Learn website CMS, update the website and optimize the organization’s communication and social media opportunities; - Assist with publicity, media and community outreach, including writing press releases, preparing press/information packets, and creating and sending e-communications; - Staff support for special fundraising events including: planning, timelines, mailings, publicity, journals, ticket/sponsorship sales, onsite logistics, acknowledgments, etc.; - Assist with fundraising campaigns and initiatives, as assigned.
Requirements: A commitment to the Legal Services of the Hudson Valley mission and its fundraising goals. Bachelor's degree, knowledge of Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc.), social media and e-communication tools (e.g., Constant Contact, MailChimp, Facebook, Twitter) and the ability to work well with a broad spectrum of staff, Board members, donors and the broader community. The successful candidate will be an eager and enthusiastic team member who is willing to work hard while maintaining a sense of humor. They must also commit to handling confidential information with discretion. Knowledge of donor database programs, CMS programs and Adobe Design programs helpful, but not required.
Contact: Marianne Delaney,
Address: 90 Maple Avenue White Plains, NY 10601

Grants and Foundations Officer

My Sisters' Place

Description: My Sisters’ Place is a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) organization, located in Westchester County, NY, that has grown from a grassroots task force and drop-in center formalized in 1978 into a leader and resource in domestic violence and human trafficking advocacy and services.
Responsibilities: Increase resources through the planning and implementation of private grants. Research and evaluate funding opportunities that align with agency programs and communicate the mission to funders. Cultivate funders by maintaining personal relationships with foundations. Prepare, coordinate, manage and track applications for grant and foundation opportunities including crafting compelling narratives. Work with program staff to complete renewal applications and new proposals. Work closely with agency staff to understand agency’s needs and opportunities. Identify new public funding opportunities. Provide analysis of potential opportunities; manage the internal review process and deadlines for submission. Manage complete process of preparing and submitting competitive proposals; including extensive writing, working closely with finance on project budgets.
Requirements: Bachelor’s Degree, Graduate degree preferred, bi-lingual a plus Excellent writing, analytical, and research skills are essential. 5+ years professional experience including grants writing Familiarity with government contracting process and public funding streams Must be able to work independently, assess priorities, take initiative, handle multiple assignments, and meet deadlines Excellent interpersonal and communications skills, including the ability to work collaboratively and on a team.
Contact: Deb Brown,
NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE. Send resume, cover letter and grants sample by e-mail to: Deb Brown, Development Associate at

Coordinator of Alumnae and Parent Relations

Good Counsel Academy High School

Description: Good Counsel Academy HS is a private, Catholic college-preparatory high school for young women. Focusing on academic excellence, Gospel values, and the compassionate presence of God in our world, Good Counsel Academy educates students to become just leaders and compassionate women of service in a rapidly changing global society.
Responsibilities: The Coordinator of Alumnae and Parent Relations provides administrative and technical support to the Director of Advancement and serves as a liaison to the Alumnae and Parents Association. General responsibilities Assists with annual fund appeals; helps engage young alumnae leadership; oversees alumnae portal on website and social media activities; supports publication of Annual Report and media-related materials including online and print publication of alumnae newsletter; staffs all alumnae and parent meetings and events; Researches and prepares profiles of attendees at special events; coordinates lists, printing, mailings, invitations, and outside vendors for events; maintains alumnae and parent data base.
Requirements: Excellent interpersonal and written communication skills. 4 Year Degree.  Minimum 3-4 years Development experience. Strong technology and social media skills.
Contact: Ms. Valery Moore,
Phone: 914-949-0178 x 20
Fax: 914-682-3531
Address: 52 North Broadway White Plains, NY 10603

Executive Director

Arc of Westchester Foundation

Description: The Foundation supports fundraising and community awareness for Arc of Westchester, an agency serving children, teens and adults with developmental disabilities, including autism
Responsibilities: Direct the activities of the Arc of Westchester Foundation, motivating the Board and Members to fulfill their fundraising commitments. Ensure the administration of the Foundation is consistent with Arc of Westchester policies. Direct and provide all necessary support services to the Foundation and the Chapter and their leaders to assure success in raising funds in the philanthropic marketplace. Maximize fundraising potential in the annual as well as capital campaign in support of the programs of Arc of Westchester.
Requirements: Capital campaign experience. Excellent written and oral communications skills. Knowledge of Westchester community. Bachelors degree or higher. At least 5 years experience in senior development position, with a solid record of increasing responsibility and achievement. Proficiency in financial planning and management. Successful record of staff and volunteer management.
Contact: Richard P. Swierat,
Phone: 914-495-4619
Address: 265 Saw Mill River Road Hawthorne, NY 10532

Executive Assistant
Today's Students, Tomorrow's Teachers

Description: Today’s Student’s, Tomorrow’s Teachers (TSTT) is a career development mentoring organization that  recruits and trains culturally diverse and economically from high school students through college, and places them back in their communities as teachers and role models. 
Responsibilities: Serve as key contact and administrative support for the TSTT Board and Board Meetings. Prepare and update committee reports, handbooks, contact lists. Prepare correspondence for the Executive Director; donor acknowledgement letters, thank you letters, , Board of Directors’documents, memos, etc. Coordinate results-oriented work assignments with direct reports to accomplish CEO’s top priorities. Maintain confidential documents, up to date contact lists/directories/files. Attend TSTT meetings and events as appropriate Prepare materials for, and organize CEO meetings; record minutes, prepare action items and perform follow-up to ensure action items are closed. Maintain Executive Director’s calendar daily through scheduling appointments and travel arrangements.
Requirements: Bachelor’s Degree required. Minimum of five (5) years performing executive level administrative support functions. Experience working with education in a non-profit, and/or corporate setting.  Experience handling highly confidential and legal issues. Excellent oral, written, organization, planning and interpersonal skills. Computer literate with a working knowledge of Microsoft Office Tools. Ability to effectively handle multiple tasks, a self starter, able to work independently and with a team.  Accessibility to an automobile, extra hours and interstate and intrastate travel are required
Range: Commensurate with Experience
Contact: John P. Perkins,
Phone: 914-345-3444,Ext. 14
Fax: 914-345-3443
Address: 333 Westchester Avenue, South Building, Suite 208 White Plains, New York 10604

Director of Communications
Opengate Inc.

Description: Opengate Inc. located in Westchester County is a non profit organization that serves the developmentally disabled. Responsibilities: Director will work closely with the CEO, the Board of Directors and senior management; he/she will develop and implement an annual and long term fundraising plan and strategy with goals and a focus on the identification of new prospective donors. Candidate must be skilled in technology, social media and website maintenance and have excellent interpersonal skills and writing abilities with attention to detail.
Requirements: A Bachelor's degree is required, Master's degree is preferred. Three years public relations and development experience and proficiency with various software programs. Candidate must have the ability to work independently and have flexibility with work schedule. We offer excellent benefits and a 401(k) matching pension plan.
Contact: Joseph MacMenamin,
Phone: 914-277-5350
Fax: 914-273-7320
Address: 357 Main Street Armonk, NY 10504

Director of Development
Katonah Museum of Art

Description: The Katonah Museum of Art (KMA) is a non-collecting institution, which features a dynamic schedule of rotating exhibitions. We offer award-winning education programs for families and children and a comprehensive selection of adult public programs including lectures, classes, trips, and special events. The KMA is 1 hour north of NYC.
Responsibilities: The KMA seeks a Director of Development who will join the newly appointed Executive Director in stewarding all aspects of the organization’s financial support. A key staff position within a nimble, dynamic organization dedicated to visual arts and culture, the Director of Development creates and executes a planned giving program, prospecting for and cultivating major gifts, identifying and writing successful grant applications, overseeing the membership program, managing donor relationships, and establishing endowment and capital campaigns as directed. The successful candidate will bring excellent communication skills, verbal and written, and a keen ability to multi-task within a creative and collaborative work environment.
Requirements: B.A. or higher degree from an accredited university or college. Minimum of 5 years of development management and/or fundraising experience. Experience and comfort working with donors, trustees, high net-worth individuals, and diverse constituencies. A track record of successfully closing major gifts and meeting contributed income goals in a competitive fundraising environment. Strong ability to think and plan strategically combined with tactical implementation skills and budgeting acumen. Ability to develop and mentor a close team while collaborating effectively with senior management to achieve broader institutional goals. Appreciation for art and culture. Knowledge of Raiser’s Edge or comparable fundraising software. Flexibility and willingness to work evenings/weekends and to travel as needed.
Fax: 914.232.3128
Address: 134 Jay Street Katonah, NY 10536
Please e-mail cover letter, resume and writing samples. No phone calls, please.

Development and Marketing Coordinator

The Play Group Theatre

Description: The Play Group Theatre (PGT) located in White Plains, NY is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing theatre training and diverse performance opportunities to children and teenagers regardless of financial means through classes, rehearsals, a full summer program and a varied performance calendar.
Responsibilities: Work with the Executive Director to create and manage a development committee. Analyze PGT’s current donor database and existing fundraising strategies in order to create and implement a plan to increase individual giving. Meet with current and prospective donors to develop strong relationships on behalf of PGT, to solicit donations, and to identify new prospective donors. Represent PGT at events and activities that will raise the organization’s visibility. Create or assist in creating marketing materials including brochures, print and digital advertising, direct mailers and hand distribution materials. Create and implement a plan that increases PGT fall, spring and summer program enrollment and ticket sales. Post PGT event listings online.
Requirements: We currently seek a part time (20 hours per week) Development and Marketing Coordinator to work with PGT’s Executive Director on increasing the organization’s visibility, secure new donors and cultivate existing donors. Because PGT has a small, nimble staff whose work is fast-paced and deadline driven, the ideal candidate will be ready to jump in and work on multiple projects; have excellent organizational skills as well as strong verbal and written communication skills; and be a confident, independent problem solver. Minimum of 2-4 years previous work experience with references. Mastery of Microsoft Office tools – word, excel, power point, publisher. Facility and strong aesthetic in graphic design and page layout.
Contact: Name: Steven Abusch,
Phone: 914-946-4433
Fax: 914-946-1336
The Play Group Theatre 1 N Broadway White Plains, NY 10601
Interested candidates should send letter of interest and Resume

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