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Executive Director, Turning Points for Children Public Health Management Corporation

For 175 years, Turning Points for Children (TPFC) has proudly served the youth and families of Philadelphia, providing an array of health and social services aimed at keeping families together and helping them succeed. With over 650 staff members at six sites, TPFC’s work is built on the foundations of wellness, safety, diversity, and collaboration, providing direct resources and care to more than 17,000 clients across the region. Since 2013, TPFC has been a subsidiary of Public Health Management Corporation (PHMC), one of the largest non-profit public health institutes in the country, serving 350,000 clients in the Philadelphia region.

TPFC is a $60M organization responsible for four of the ten Community Umbrella Agencies (CUAs) that are part of the Philadelphia DHS’s Improving Outcomes for Children initiative. It runs The Bridge and Villa, an outpatient treatment, a licensed private school, and academic, vocational, and life skills education for out-of-school youth and justice-involved youth. TPFC also runs a range of programs and services related to foster care and adoption, working closely with biological and foster families, DHS, caregivers, the courts, and other agencies to address challenges around removing a child from the home, reunifying the child with the biological family, or finding another permanent family relationship for the child.

TPFC is seeking a visionary Executive Director to lead the administration, programs, operations, and fiscal management of the agency. Reporting to PHMC’s Chief Educational Services Officer Sara Molina-Robinson, the Executive Director works with a Board of Directors that provides connections to the community and a dynamic leadership team with decades of experience in core mission areas. The Executive Director will:

  • Lead strategic development and entrepreneurial growth, especially in non-CUA programs.
  • Work with the TPFC Board and PHMC’s Strategy and Development team to develop a new strategic plan.
  • Work with other PHMC leaders to develop and integrate innovative social service programs across the organization.
  • Represent PHMC at local and regional public health, social service, and other community events, maintaining and promoting TPFC’s positive image in the community.

Ideal candidates are dynamic, inspiring leaders with a track record of building effective relationships with legislators, administrators, community leaders, and external funders. They have experience running and overseeing large public health, social services, child welfare, or similar organizations or programs and navigating complex systems to achieve results. They are analytical and insightful, identifying and addressing organizational gaps to avoid risk. They are entrepreneurial and creative, recognizing growth opportunities and taking on responsible risks to advance an organization’s mission. Specific background and skills include:

  • Master’s degree required, preferably in Social Work, Public Health, Business Administration, or a related field.
  • Minimum of five years of executive leadership experience in relevant non-profit or business sectors, including overseeing significant budgets and numbers of employees.
  • A record of organizational growth through innovation, partnership development, and fundraising.
  • Experience working with state and local government elected and administrative leaders, preferably in Philadelphia or a similar metropolitan area.
  • Evidence of positive working relationships with internal and external stakeholders who are racially and ethnically diverse; demonstrable commitment to a diverse, equitable, and inclusive workplace.
  • A passion for TPFC’s programs and services and proven dedication to serving its constituents.

DRiWaterstone Human Capital is leading this search for PHMC/Turning Points for Children. To learn more or apply, please visit https://driwaterstonehc.com/position/executive-director-turning-points-for-children/.

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Executive Director Federal Employee Education & Assistance Fund

The Federal Employee Education & Assistance Fund (FEEA) is the only independent non-profit 501(c)(3) organization devoted solely to providing emergency financial assistance and scholarships to the dedicated civilian federal and postal public servants and their families. FEEA also has a for-profit subsidiary, FEEA Childcare Services (FCCS), which administers childcare subsidy programs on behalf of a number of federal agencies. Over the past 35 years, FEEA has helped thousands of families representing nearly every single federal department and agency.

As part of a planned succession process, the Board of Directors is seeking an Executive Director who can lead FEEA to this next level and build on its track record of success and recent growth.

Key qualifications include:

  • 10+ years of senior level non-profit organization experience is preferred.
  • Experience working with Boards is essential; experience with non-profit and/or professional association Boards is preferred.
  • Knowledge of grant making, asset development, fund management, and charitable organization management highly desirable.
  • Executives from for-profit organizations that have a proven track record of excellence will be considered.
  • College degree required; MBA, MS/MA (with emphasis in business, non-profit management, or public policy) or CAE designation desirable.
  • Experience with and/or understanding of the civilian federal workforce and federal contracting is preferred.
  • Proven track record of success in a leadership position overseeing operations of an organization or program with exposure to philanthropy/fundraising, while maintaining solid relationships with staff, Board, donors, and community.
  • A solid knowledge of accounting, budgeting, financial management, and marketing. IT systems and security experience a plus.
  • Extensive experience in leading the process of ongoing strategic planning.
  • Extensive experience in public speaking/public relations.
  • A strong commitment to leading and mentoring staff, with experience leading teams with diverse backgrounds.
  • An entrepreneurial spirit, preferably including experience developing and implementing initiatives to achieve community-wide social and economic goals.

DRiWaterstone is leading this search for FEEA.

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Director of Development Ford's Theatre

Since re-opening in 1968, Ford’s Theatre has explored and celebrated the legacy of President Abraham Lincoln and the American experience through theatre and education. Today, in a city full of cultural institutions, Ford’s Theatre stands alone as a producing theatre drawing upon local artists, a historic site that puts visitors in the very rooms where one of America’s great tragedies took place, and a museum that brings past and present together in discussing civil rights and other issues. Annually, the historic site has nearly half a million visitors, the theatre entertains more than 100,000 patrons, and nearly as many students visit via field trips.

While honoring the past, Ford’s Theatre continually looks to the future. Ford’s Legacy Commissions project named five inaugural playwrights in 2021 commissioned to create new work exploring issues of social justice and racial history and the varied experiences of underrepresented characters and lesser-known historical figures. They soon will restart a campaign to raise more than $50M to renovate an adjoining building, creating a new campus to develop new programming across its pillars of education, theatre, and history.

The Director of Development will play a leadership role in fulfilling the promise of Ford’s future. Responsible for raising approximately half of Ford’s Theatre’s $15M annual operating budget, the Director of Development oversees 7-10 staff in individual giving, membership, major gifts, corporate giving, special events, and grants. The Director of Development will also play a lead role in the second phase of the capital campaign, working closely with the Director and the Board of Trustees.

The ideal candidate for the Director of Development position will be a dynamic leader with at least 10 years of senior fundraising experience, including:

  • Securing individual and corporate major gifts
  • Increasing funding year-over-year through strategic and creative approaches
  • Possessing highly polished communication skills, with the ability to interact easily with HNW donors, corporate executives, and leading political figures
  • Experience within arts organizations is welcomed but not required. Campaign experience is preferred

DRiWaterstone Human Capital is leading this search for Ford’s Theatre. All of DRiWaterstone’s searches can be viewed at https://driwaterstonehc.com/available-positions/. Applications can also be submitted via email to [email protected]

1253709 Director
Principal The Bancroft School

For more than 135 years, Bancroft has provided the best-in-class education for children with autism and intellectual and developmental disabilities. With more than 2,700 employees across 200+ facilities and homes in NJ, PA, and DE, Bancroft continually builds upon founder Margaret Bancroft’s determination to make a difference in the lives of children.

Bancroft’s education program and services are highly respected by professionals and families alike: the Bancroft Early Education Program (Cherry Hill) for children ages 3 to 9; The Bancroft School (Mt. Laurel) for students ages 9 to 21, including the Transition Program that helps students learn practical job-seeking, social and life skill; and The Bancroft School at Voorhees Pediatric Facility, an NJDOE-approved private school pediatric specialized care facility.

The Bancroft School is seeking a Principal to lead the 265-seat, 44-classroom institution. In a new facility opened in 2018 as part of the 80-acre Bancroft Raymond & Joanne Welsh Campus, The Bancroft School features an activity pool and gymnasium, convenience store, horticulture center, health center, and staff training facility. Other campus facilities include the Lindens Neurobehavioral Program and the Campus Residential Treatment Program, with 105 residents who attend the School. More than 100 districts in NJ in PA send students to Bancroft; 70% of students are non-verbal, and 80% have 1-to-1 aides. The Bancroft School uses an ABA-informed approach to teaching.

Competitive candidates will have at least 10 years of leadership experience and five years working with people with disabilities and neurological challenges. They will be exceptional communicators whom internal and external stakeholders feel they can approach with ideas or problems. The ability to envision and lead toward stable growth while managing in a continually changing environment is essential. Specific requirements and preferences include:

  • A degree in Special Education;
  • A Master’s degree in Education, Special Education, School Administration or a related field;
  • Principal Certification;
  • Knowledge of Applied Behavioral Analysis is highly valued;
  • BCBA certification is a plus.

DRiWaterstone Human Capital is leading this search for The Bancroft School. To learn more or apply, please visit https://driwaterstonehc.com/available-positions/.

760823 CEO
Senior Major Gifts Officer U.S. Naval Institute

The U.S. Naval Institute offers a forum for those who dare to read, think, speak, and write to advance the professional, literary, and scientific understanding of sea power and other issues critical to global security.

U.S. Naval Institute Remains:

Independent

A non-profit member association, with no government support, that does not lobby for special interests.

Non-Partisan

An independent, professional military association with a mission, goals, and objectives that transcend political affiliations.

Innovative

Ideas and debate flourish through its respected journals, Proceedings and Naval History, its conferences, its books, and its online content, in support of those who serve.

U.S. Naval Institute seeks a Senior Major Gifts Officer to become an integral member of the Foundation staff and have the opportunity to grow into an executive-level leadership position. He or she must develop and maintain a comprehensive understanding of all aspects of the Naval Institute, its programs, activities, and brand. He or she should be someone of presence and confidence who can passionately represent the Institute’s mission, vision, and values to donors and prospects, and work with them systematically to:

  • Secure major donations from individuals and families.
  • Increase the pipeline of individuals capable of donating substantial funds.
  • Steward a select group of consistent donors to determine major gift propensity.
  • Help plan and implement a comprehensive development program to provide support across all gift categories – unrestricted, project, and endowment – and help increase the Institute’s overall philanthropic capacity.
  • Celebrate the Institute’s 150th anniversary in 2023.

Development Resources, inc. is leading this search for  U.S. Naval Institute. To learn more and apply, please visit https://driconsulting.com/position/usni-smgo.

760823 Officer
Chief Digital Technology and Transformation Officer Monex USA

Since 1999, Monex has provided corporate clients with the best foreign exchange (FX) and international payment solutions in the industry. Monex guides thousands of clients, from a broad spectrum of industry sectors, through the intricacies of the currency markets. Their unique market insight is widely recognized in main-line business media such as The Wall Street Journal, Reuters, Bloomberg, and CNBC. In 2010, Monex proudly became part of Monex Group, one of the world’s largest commercial FX providers, to further expand their place in the global market.

A skilled team of over 2,600 foreign exchange experts has helped clients around the world with the heavy lifting of foreign currency exchange transactions. From proactively analyzing and forecasting the market to helping time the delivery of FX payments and orders to save money and grow profit margins—Monex is committed to delivering expert risk and payment solutions.

Monex has an exciting opportunity for an experienced leader with a proven track record in leading digital transformation. As an established digital leader, the successful candidate will have the skills to influence at every level, imparting digital knowledge in a constructive, empowering, and collaborative way. The Chief Digital Technology and Transformation Officer reports to the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) and collaborates closely with the COO, as well as the global leadership team. Central to Monex’s corporate vision, this role will lead and drive the implementation, creative development, and execution of innovative FX and payments and digital business strategies that will transform Monex’s interfaces and business. This position will be the driving force behind Monex’s digital transformation. Specific qualifications include:

  • Minimum 5-7 years’ experience in a similar role designing and launching digital FX and/or payments platforms.
  • Experience developing an evergreen digital strategy for a business / global company and creating a digital transformational mindset and culture.
  • Advanced degree in business, technology or engineering.
  • Demonstrated experience building, planning, and executing online digital/ business platforms and solutions, including web-based technologies and social media platforms (ideally with an FX or payments company).
  • Proven track record of leading successful digital transformation projects.
  • Understand core payments and FX business processes and associated technical solutions.
  • Have an innovative mindset, constantly looking forward.
  • Experience managing and leading a digital team.
  • Proven influencing and collaboration skills.
  • Strong project and process management skills; ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously and achieve goals.
  • Strong business acumen, entrepreneurial spirit, who can display a “start-up” mentality and can challenge the status quo.
  • A creative problem-solver who can bring ‘out-of-the-box’ thinking grounded in data insights / analytics to innovate and influence change.
  • Strong project management skills.
  • Strong strategic, analytical thinking, and conceptual abilities.

DRiWaterstone Human Capital is leading this search for Monex USA. To learn more please visit https://driwaterstonehc.com/available-positions/. To apply, visit https://driwaterstonehc.com/submit-resume/

760823 C-suite
Chief Technology Officer Monex USA

Since 1999, Monex USA (formerly TempusFX) has provided corporate clients with the best foreign exchange (FX) and international payment solutions in the industry. Monex USA guides thousands of clients, from a broad spectrum of industry sectors, through the intricacies of the currency markets. Their unique market insight is widely recognized in main-line business media such as The Wall Street Journal, Reuters, Bloomberg, and CNBC. In 2010, Monex USA proudly became part of Monex Group, one of the world’s largest commercial FX providers, to further expand their place in the global market.

Monex USA seamlessly delivers industry leading foreign exchange and international payment solutions across the globe – in the US as Monex USA and in Europe as Monex Europe – all part of the global Monex group, one of the world’s largest commercial foreign exchange providers. Headquartered in Washington, DC, and together with global affiliates, Monex USA has leveraged a combined annual FX volume over $150B to help more than 40,000 clients from a broad range of industries successfully navigate the global currency markets.

Monex USA seeks a Chief Technology Officer (CTO) to lead the charge of the organization’s technological needs. This individual will examine the short- and long-term needs of the Monex USA and utilize capital (on agreement with the Board) to make IT investments designed to help the organization reach its objectives. The CTO reports directly to the Chief Executive Officer (CEO). Key qualifications include:

  • Previous experience of working within a regulated investment firm or strong equivalent demonstrable knowledge within a relevant financial services firm.
  • Knowledge of the regulatory environment in which payment firms operate.
  • Knowledge of payments, FX, and derivatives.
  • Cultivates an environment of psychological safety, innovation, creativity, and increased productivity.
  • Credibility in dealing with clients and colleagues across a complex organization with different cultures and geographies.
  • Coordinate with counterparts in the sister companies located in the UK and Mexico..
  • Strong interpersonal, client relationship, influencing, and communication skills.
  • Demonstrated professional acumen, integrity, discretion, credibility, resilience, and trustworthiness.
  • Commercially focused, operationally strong, and strategically responsive.
  • Strong contributor to the overall success of the business who ensures that all aspects of their work help the company achieve excellent long term client satisfaction.

DRiWaterstone Human Capital is leading this search for Monex USA. To learn more please visit https://driwaterstonehc.com/available-positions/. To apply, visit https://driwaterstonehc.com/submit-resume/

760823 C-suite
Manager of Stewardship, Principal & Presidential Prospects Howard University

Howard University, bolstered by an active and energetic alumni base, is experiencing historic and unprecedented institutional and philanthropic growth.  With a more visible profile in elite higher education, the University has embarked on a significant expansion of and investment in its Advancement efforts.  If you are an enthusiastic communications professional looking for a chance to make a difference, now is the time to join this historic institution and become a part of something great.

Howard University seeks a Manager of Stewardship for Principal & Presidential Prospects. Under the supervision of the Director of Stewardship & Donor Relations, the Manager is a key member of the central office for the Division of Development & Alumni Relations staff. This position will work directly with the President of the University and key cabinet members, in order to provide effective stewardship to high-level donors and individuals who have high donor-potential.  This position with work amongst the Advancement Services team to report on the use of gifts.  This position is tasked with maintaining relationships over time, to ensure high-level donors are pleased with the impact of their gift and are stewarded toward future philanthropy to Howard University.

Specific qualifications include:

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Business/Public Administration, or a closely related field.
  • A minimum of five (5) years of relevant experience in building long-term fundraising relationships.
  • Demonstrated, successful experience in major gift fundraising or marketing and planned giving experience highly desired. Experience in an academic setting preferred.
  • Knowledge of trends, models and practices as well as ability to forecast and be pro-active.
  • Experience with stewardship techniques.
  • Proven, successful track record in maintaining relationships and stewarding donors.
  • Knowledge of database software (Raisers Edge NXT) and Microsoft Office (Outlook, PowerPoint, Excel, and Word).
  • Ability to establish and maintain effective and harmonious work relations with students, faculty, staff, university officials, and the general public.
  • Ability to prepare and manage a budget and resources.

 

DRiWaterstone Human Capital is leading this search for Howard University. To learn more please visit https://driwaterstonehc.com/available-positions/. To apply, visit https://driwaterstonehc.com/submit-resume/

760823 Manager
Senior Vice President, Advocacy & Policy American Academy of Dermatology

Headquartered in Rosemont, Illinois, the American Academy of Dermatology, founded in 1938, is the largest, most influential, and most representative of all dermatologic associations.

The Academy seeks a Senior Vice President, Advocacy & Policy to lead and direct the Washington, D.C. office, ensuring a positive, team-based, goal-oriented culture. Responsible for developing and implementing the AADA’s strategic advocacy and health care policy agenda at the federal and state levels, with both elected officials and regulatory bodies, and with private payers.  Responsible for providing leadership and direction to the Practice Management Department, and to the translation of health care policy into information and tools through the Practice Management Resource Center.

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
The ideal candidate will have demonstrated progressive management skills that include, team building, mentoring, and coaching. Knowledge of health policy, legislative and regulatory, political and grassroots advocacy.  Extensive experience in dealing with government agencies essential. Outstanding interpersonal and written/verbal communication skills, with the ability to compellingly present ideas and information to a variety of audiences, including policymakers. Demonstrated ability to work effectively under pressure, attend to details, meet deadlines, and be held accountable for results. Commitment to uphold confidential information and maintain a high degree of integrity and professionalism.

Minimum Qualifications:
Bachelor’s degree required, master’s degree preferred, preferably in public policy, government, or health related field. Minimum ten years experience in health/medical association, eight years in a management position required.

DRiWaterstone Human Capital is leading this search for the American Academy of Dermatology. To learn more please visit https://driwaterstonehc.com/available-positions/. To apply, visit https://driwaterstonehc.com/position/aad-svp/

760823 SVP
Senior Director for Communications and Marketing American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy

The American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy (ACEEE) is a national nonprofit working to build a clean energy future. It sees the efficient use of energy as critical to addressing climate change, producing a vibrant economy, and improving both our environment and public health. Founded in 1980 by leading energy researchers, ACEEE is widely recognized as America’s center of expertise on energy efficiency. Its reputation is based on the quality, credibility, and relevance of its work, as well as its nonpartisan approach.

To advance smart and sustainable use of energy, ACEEE conducts research to establish and promote the economic, climate, health, and equity benefits of energy efficiency. ACEEE research explores energy-saving strategies in buildings, equipment, utilities, factories, power plants, transportation, and consumer behavior. As the top convener of energy efficiency professionals, ACEEE also brings together utility managers, regulators, government officials, academic researchers, and advocates around the country to spark discussion and solutions. Building on its research and outreach, ACEEE helps policymakers at the local, state, national, and international levels develop effective policies and programs that save vast amounts of energy and reduce harmful greenhouse gas emissions.

ACEEE seeks a Senior Director for Communications and Marketing to lead the organization’s strategic communications, branding, messaging, outreach, and, ensure that ACEEE’s work is delivered clearly and effectively to its target audiences. These audiences include policymakers, opinion leaders, advocates, researchers, and energy professionals from business, finance, and utilities. Reporting to the Executive Director, the Senior Director works to increase the impact of ACEEE’s research and analysis by leading an integrated strategy that includes social media, visual storytelling, and events for a wide range of traditional and new partners. Key qualifications include:

  • 10-15 years of communications or marketing experience, with at least 5 years at the Director-level or above with responsibility for managing a function, team, and budget.
  • Creative and collaborative self-starter with excellent interpersonal skills and a sense of humor.
  • Previous experience playing a senior role in strategic planning with key critical thinking skills.
  • Strong sense of visual storytelling to highlight the impact of ACEEE’s work.
  • Advanced understanding of social media with the intent to expand the audience reach.
  • An understanding of the importance diversity, equity, inclusion, and justice play in the health of an organization and its work.
  • Strong diplomatic skills and experience engaging stakeholders and partners, building consensus, and bringing diverse groups together throughout the process.
  • Bachelor’s degree or advanced degree in communications, business, marketing, or social sciences is preferred.

DRiWaterstone Human Capital is leading this search for the American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy. To learn more please visit https://driwaterstonehc.com/available-positions/. To apply, visit https://driwaterstonehc.com/submit-resume/

760823 Director
Grant Writer Howard University

Howard University, bolstered by an active and energetic alumni base, is experiencing historic and unprecedented institutional and philanthropic growth.  With a more visible profile in elite higher education, the University has embarked on a significant expansion of and investment in its Advancement efforts.  If you are an enthusiastic communications professional looking for a chance to make a difference, now is the time to join this historic institution and become a part of something great.

Howard University seeks a Grant Writer, responsible for developing, coordinating, and managing institutional grants, contract proposals and subsequent awards; compiling and preparing reports associated with funded grants, as well as assisting in the writing, reviewing, and editing of other development related materials.

Specific qualifications include:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Business/Public Administration, Marketing, Public Relations, or closely related field.
  • Three to five (3-5) years of experience in grant/proposal writing, or an equivalent combination of relevant training and experience.
  • Comprehensive knowledge of methods, procedures and practices of development, grant, and proposal writing.
  • Ability to write and review grants and correspondence related to grants, contracts, and proposals.
  • Ability to prepare and manage a budget and resources.
  • Ability to establish priorities, manage diverse and complex projects, meet deadlines, and deliver quality customer service.
  • Ability to establish and maintain effective and harmonious work relations with students, faculty, staff, University officials and the general public.

DRiWaterstone Human Capital is leading this search for Howard University. To learn more please visit https://driwaterstonehc.com/available-positions/. To apply, visit https://driwaterstonehc.com/submit-resume/

760823 Writer
Leadership Annual Giving Officer Howard University

Howard University, bolstered by an active and energetic alumni base, is experiencing historic and unprecedented institutional and philanthropic growth.  With a more visible profile in elite higher education, the University has embarked on a significant expansion of and investment in its Advancement efforts.  If you are an enthusiastic communications professional looking for a chance to make a difference, now is the time to join this historic institution and become a part of something great.

Reporting to the Director of Annual Giving, the Leadership Annual Giving Officer will be focused on qualifying and soliciting leadership annual giving prospects ($1,000-$25,000). The incumbent will identify, cultivate, solicit and steward donors by engaging prospects through a variety of mediums (face-to-face, phone or in writing). The incumbent will also be assigned a special project in conjunction with the phonathon program that serves to facilitate leadership annual giving and pipeline development, such as visit scheduling and gift planning. Additionally, the Leadership Annual Giving Officer will periodically be tasked with special fundraising projects to support leadership giving societies and annual giving programs. They will also work closely with the Individual Giving team to support lead generation and prospect discovery/qualification processes.

Specific qualifications include:

  • Bachelor’s Degree required.
  • At least three years of annual giving experience or the equivalent combination of five years combined relevant education and experience. Institutional fundraising experience highly desired
  • Experience in managing relationships with annual to mid-level prospects.
  • Ability to work independently and interdependently to achieve goals.
  • Experience utilizing fundraising database programs; experience with Raiser’s Edge
  • Commitment to the mission and vision of Howard University.
  • Mastery of the fundamentals of annual giving fundraising and moves management.

DRiWaterstone Human Capital is leading this search for Howard University. To learn more please visit https://driwaterstonehc.com/available-positions/. To apply, visit https://driwaterstonehc.com/submit-resume/

760823 Officer
Managing Director, Learning & Development Public Health Management Corporation

Public Health Management Corporation (PHMC) is a nonprofit public health institute that builds healthier communities through partnerships with government, foundations, businesses, and community-based organizations. PHMC is one of the largest and most comprehensive public health institutes in the country, serving hundreds of thousands of people annually. PHMC and its subsidiaries provide outreach, health promotion, education, research, planning, technical assistance, and direct services.

Marking its 50th anniversary in 2022, PHMC is a continually growing and changing organization, and by the summer of 2022, its staff will number more than 3,000. Within PHMC’s 18-person Human Resources department, the five-person Learning and Development team develops, implements, and administers talent development and training programs for all PHMC employees, advancing employee engagement, diversity, and inclusion in PHMC’s culture.

The Managing Director, Learning & Development is part of PHMC’s Senior Staff, serving as an advisor to the Chief People and Inclusion Officer and other C-suite leaders. The ideal candidate for this position is a systematic thinker, persuasive leader, and knowledgeable organizational and talent development professional. Essential knowledge is a sophisticated sense of how to align individual talent development, departmental staffing needs, and organizational strategies within a large and complex institution. Preferred criteria include:

  • Experience in an environment of continual growth and change; public health experience is a plus.
  • At least 7 years of progressively responsible work experience in learning and development or senior human resources positions; at least 2 years of management experience.
  • A master’s degree in Industrial/Organizational Psychology, Organization Development, Human Resources, or a related field; CPLP credential or SHRM Certified Professional credential.
  • Experience designing and implementing effective training and development programs, including implementing multiple projects simultaneously.
  • Knowledge of instructional design methods, applications for effective adult learning, and coaching for performance and development.
  • Exceptional organization, with the ability to prioritize tasks to meet deadlines; proven ability to solve problems quickly and creatively.
  • Ability to work independently and accurately in a high-paced, deadline-oriented environment, including working remotely if required.

DRiWaterstone Human Capital is leading this search for Public Health Management Corporation. To learn more please visit https://driwaterstonehc.com/available-positions/. To apply, visit https://driwaterstonehc.com/submit-resume/

760823 Managing Director
Manager for Stewardship for Academic Programs Howard University

Howard University, bolstered by an active and energetic alumni base, is experiencing historic and unprecedented institutional and philanthropic growth.  With a more visible profile in elite higher education, the University has embarked on a significant expansion of and investment in its Advancement efforts.  If you are an enthusiastic communications professional looking for a chance to make a difference, now is the time to join this historic institution and become a part of something great.

Under the supervision of the Director of Donor Relations & Stewardship, the Manager for Stewardship for Academic Programs is a key member of the central office for the Division of Development & Alumni Relations staff.  This position will work collaboratively across campus, with schools, colleges, and centers, to provide effective stewardship to donors.  This position will work amongst the Advancement Services team to report on the use of gifts and communicate the impact of a gift.  Furthermore, this position will work with campus units to ensure philanthropic investments are used in accordance with the donor’s intent.

Specific qualifications include:

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Business/Public Relations, or a closely related field.
  • A minimum of five (5) years of relevant experience in building long-term fundraising relationships.
  • Demonstrated, successful experience in major gift fundraising or marketing and planned giving experience highly desired.  Experience in an academic setting preferred.
  • Knowledge of trends, models and practices as well as ability to forecast and be pro-active.
  • Experience with stewardship techniques.
  • Knowledge of database software (RaisersEdge NXT) and Microsoft Office (Outlook, PowerPoint, Excel, and Word).
  • Ability to be detailed oriented, think analytically, and use good judgement to make accurate decisions.
  • Ability to establish and maintain effective and harmonious work relations with students, faculty, staff, university officials, and the general public.

DRiWaterstone Human Capital is leading this search for Howard University. To learn more please visit https://driwaterstonehc.com/available-positions/. To apply, visit https://driwaterstonehc.com/submit-resume/

760823 Manager
Development Writer for Institutional Reporting Howard University

Howard University, bolstered by an active and energetic alumni base, is experiencing historic and unprecedented institutional and philanthropic growth.  With a more visible profile in elite higher education, the University has embarked on a significant expansion of and investment in its Advancement efforts.  If you are an enthusiastic communications professional looking for a chance to make a difference, now is the time to join this historic institution and become a part of something great.

Howard University seeks a Development Writer for Institutional Reporting, responsible for coordinating, compiling, and preparing institutional grant reports as well as monitoring program status and maintaining a schedule of submission due dates and deadlines. With heightened interest from institutional funders, Howard University will rely on a set of outstanding writing functions from the successful candidate.

Working with administrators and faculty throughout the University, the development writer will convey a distinctive purpose and opportunity directly related to academic program ideas and concepts. External contacts include a wide array of private sector personnel and community representatives who will compliment research. Specific qualifications include:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Business/Public Administration, Marketing, Public Relations, or closely related field.
  • Experience in grant/proposal writing, or an equivalent combination of relevant training and experience.
  • Comprehensive knowledge of methods, procedures and practices of development, grant and proposal writing.
  • Ability to write and review grant reports and correspondence related to grants, contracts and proposals.
  • Ability to prepare a budget and budget reports.
  • Ability to establish and maintain effective and harmonious work relations with students, faculty, staff, University officials and the general public.

DRiWaterstone Human Capital is leading this search for Howard University. To learn more please visit https://driwaterstonehc.com/available-positions/. To apply, visit https://driwaterstonehc.com/submit-resume/

760823 Manager
Executive Director Veterans of Foreign Wars Foundation

The VFW Foundation exists to provide financial support to the Veterans of Foreign Wars of the United States. The Veterans of Foreign Wars of the United States (VFW) is a nonprofit veterans’ service organization comprised of eligible veterans and military service members from the active, guard, and reserve forces.

The VFW Foundation gives the American people a unique opportunity to help those who have given us more than we will ever know. Join them in reaching out a helping hand to those who protect our country – and safeguard our freedoms – so bravely.

The Veterans of Foreign Wars Foundation (VFW Foundation) is currently seeking a seasoned Executive Director. Reporting to the Board of Directors, the ED will have overall responsibility in fundraising, strategic, operational responsibility for the VFW Foundation’s staff, programs, expansion, and execution of its mission, ensuring deliverance of its long-term vision. Working with the senior leadership team, the ED ensures that the VFW Foundation’s fundraising investments, including stewardship, finances, operations, brand positioning and marketing, events, human resources, technology and data operations, and programs, are strategically planned and aligned as well as effectively implemented across all segments of the organization.

Specific qualifications include:

  • Experience in a leadership role for a nonprofit organization.
  • Significant fundraising and fiscal management experience.
  • A successful track record in fundraising from private sources, and/or the clear ability to connect with high-net-worth individuals and develop sustained relationships with them is essential.
  • Excellent coalition building skills with an ability to communicate and work effectively with a variety of internal and external stakeholders; a persuasive negotiator able to achieve consensus amongst differing opinions.
  • A financially savvy and politically astute leader with the ability to set clear priorities, delegate, and guide investment in people and systems; keen analytic, organizational, and problem-solving skills, which support and enable sound decision-making.
  • Strong dedication to the professional development of staff; successful track record of recruiting and retaining a diverse team.
  • Bachelor’s degree in Business, Management, Nonprofit Administration, or equivalent experience.

DRiWaterstone Human Capital is leading this search for the Veterans of Foreign Wars Foundation. To learn more please visit https://driwaterstonehc.com/available-positions/. To apply, visit https://driwaterstonehc.com/submit-resume/

760823 ED
Major Gifts Officer The Nature Conservancy

Founded in 1951, The Nature Conservancy (TNC) is a global conservation organization dedicated to conserving the lands and waters on which all life depends. Guided by science, TNC creates innovative, on-the-ground solutions to the world’s toughest challenges so that nature and people can thrive together. TNC is tackling climate change, conserving lands, waters, and oceans at unprecedented scale, providing food and water responsible and helping make cities more sustainable. One of the organization’s core values is their commitment to diversity. Therefore, TNC strives for a globally diverse and culturally competent workforce. Working in 79 countries and territories, including all 50 states, TNC uses a collaborative approach that engages local communities, governments, the private sector, and other partners.

From western Maryland’s Central Appalachian forests to our nation’s capital and beyond to the Chesapeake Bay, TNC is working on the ground to deliver large-scale, science-based conservation projects that will help people and nature adapt to a changing climate.

The Nature Conservancy seeks a Major Gifts Officer (MGO) to work closely with the development team to implement and coordinate effective multi-year strategies and plan for gift prospects from individual donors and family foundations. The Major Gifts Officer is responsible for managing an existing portfolio while also developing new relationships. They understand and apply the principles of developing donor strategies. They will be responsible for direct asks to both global and local priorities to meet funding needs. They listen for opportunities for gifts of assets or other non-cash gifts, such as planned gifts and trade lands. The MGO provides opportunities for donors to receive recognition and increase future giving. They involve appropriate partners in the field and staff at the Worldwide Office, keeping them apprised of interactions, issues or concerns, and direct questions as appropriate.

Key qualifications include:

  • Bachelor’s degree and 6 years related experience or an equivalent combination.
  • Experience building and maintaining long-term relationships with fundraising constituents.
  • Experience in asking for and closing major gifts.
  • Experience in managing and tracking multiple prospects and donors.
  • Experience working with cross-functional teams.
  • Experience, coursework, or other training in fundraising principles and practices.

DRiWaterstone Human Capital is leading this search for The Nature Conservancy. To learn more please visit https://driwaterstonehc.com/available-positions/. To apply, visit https://driwaterstonehc.com/submit-resume/

760823 Officer
Executive Director View Center for Arts and Culture

View is a dynamic multi-arts center, housed in an impressive and modern 29,000 sq. ft. LEED certified building designed for arts programming; they are seeking an Executive Director to provide inspired organizational leadership driven by a passion for the arts. The seven-acre campus includes a sculpture garden and a new Nature Walkway through a unique wetland area. View moved from a former boat repair shop, on Old Forge Pond, to its current location across the street, but still maintains ownership of the boathouse – revitalizing this property is one of the most exciting opportunities for the next Executive Director.

Open year-round, View draws artists from across North America and Europe for its large, juried exhibitions held in two exceptional gallery spaces. Regional and local artists are shown in two smaller galleries. A large auditorium with great acoustics, lighting, and seating is home to live performances.

The View seeks a President/Executive Director, who reports to the Board of Directors and works closely with the Board Chair and Executive Committee. The President/Executive Director has overall responsibility for the successful operation of View through the supervision of their direct reports, working committees, and volunteers. The Executive Director is responsible for administrative and management oversight of program services for the organization, with a focus on leading overall strategic direction and operational management for all aspects of the organization.

Key qualifications include:

  • A background in arts management, with an appreciation for local communities of passionate individuals.
  • A minimum of five years of management experience.
  • A high degree of emotional intelligence, with an understanding of the business of the arts.
  • Relevant knowledge of the principles and practices of effective administration, organization, budget, and fiscal management, to include promoting and protecting the financial well-being of the organization.
  • Willingness and enthusiasm in engaging with the local community; Old Forge has a tight-knit community that focuses on helping each other out.
  • Experience working in all aspects of grants management, from identification through cultivation and successfully securing funding. Is preferred.
  • A sincere interest in and appreciation for collaboration with other arts, cultural, and community organizations.
  • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent training is required.

To learn more and apply, submit your resume here.

760823 C-suite
Development Manager Asian & Pacific Islander American Health Forum

The Asian & Pacific Islander American Health Forum (APIAHF) influences policy, mobilizes communities, and strengthens programs and organizations to improve the health of Asian Americans, Native Hawaiians, and Pacific Islanders.

Headquartered in Oakland, California and with an office in Washington, DC, the APIAHF is the oldest and largest health advocacy organization working with Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander (AANHPI) communities across the nation, in US Territories, and with US-affiliated Pacific jurisdictions. As a health justice non-profit organization, APIAHF is dedicated to improving the health and well-being of more than 21 million AANHPIs living in the United States and its jurisdictions. APIAHF believes that all persons have the right to be healthy, the right to live in a thriving community, and the right to quality, affordable, and accessible health care.

The Asian & Pacific Islander Health Forum seeks an energetic self-starter with strong development skills to make a difference in the lives of members of the AANHPI community. The Development Manager will help APIAHF establish a solid fundraising infrastructure grow a robust program that capitalizes on a recent increase in interest in the organization’s success. The existing portfolio, which in the past 10 months has generated roughly $5M in revenue, is comprised of 40% federal revenue, 40% contributions from institutional donors, and 20% from individuals. The successful Manager will help determine how best to grow different aspects of the fundraising program to meet realistic metrics and goals. Reporting to the Vice President & Chief of Staff, and working in partnership with APIAHF’s CEO and other leaders, the Manager will play a key role in ensuring the organization has the tools in place to remain a leader in the AANHPI healthcare space. Specific qualifications include:

  • At least five years of applicable experience in non-profit development with proven; experience working with institutional and small-dollar individual donors is preferred.
  • Demonstrated understanding of the cultivation and stewardship process that leads to long-term donor relationships and expands an investor base.
  • Record of partnering with senior leaders to meet revenue targets and to deepen stakeholder engagement in an organization.
  • Record of stewarding relationships by listening to donors’ needs and adapting a stewardship style accordingly.
  • Experience with fundraising programs that have increased revenue through an expansion of the donor base, moving existing donors into higher giving brackets, and creating opportunities to engage with small-dollar donors.
  • Comfort using Salesforce as a primary customer management system.
  • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent is required.
  • Experience working with the AANHPI community and an understanding of how to be successful in this space is preferred.

To learn more and to apply, please submit your resume here.

760823 Manager
Chief Executive Officer New Hope Housing

Founded in 1977, New Hope Housing is an innovative, award-winning nonprofit agency in Northern Virginia committed to finding creative and lasting solutions to end the cycle of homelessness by offering homeless men, women, and children the services they need to change their lives and succeed. Each of those success stories adds to a stronger, healthier community for all.

VALUES

The core values of New Hope Housing are:

  • Renew hope that homelessness is solvable.
  • Welcome all, including the un-welcomed.
  • Treat each individual with dignity and respect.
  • Believe that a competent and dedicated staff is critical to the mission.
  • Behave as effective stewards of the human and financial resources entrusted to the organization.
  • New Hope Housing is a community-based organization.

New Hope Housing (NHH) is looking to hire a new Chief Executive Officer (CEO). The CEO is responsible for all aspects of New Hope Housing’s operations, leading the staff in accomplishing NHH’s goals while acting as the primary spokesperson to external parties. This position operates under the supervision of NHH’s Board of Directors and will provide regular and fulsome updates to the Board about the organization’s financial, programmatic, and developmental operations. The Chief Executive Officer is expected to possess excellent interpersonal skills, a strong and clear leadership style, and a passion for eliminating homelessness.

Key qualifications include:

  • 15+ years of Leadership experience in nonprofit organizations, with a minimum of 5 years in an executive level role; serving the homeless and addressing affordable housing issues are preferred.
  • BA/BS degree required; supporting graduate level degree (MPP, MBA, etc.) preferred.
  • Demonstrated commitment to equity, inclusion, and social justice.
  • Understanding of budgets, contract funding, cost sharing among contracts, etc.
  • Possesses high emotional intelligence – especially self-awareness and self-management; looks inward as a role leader to address possible challenges.
  • Strategic experience leading change in a dynamic organization.

To learn more and apply, please submit your resume here.

 

760823 CEO
Chief Advancement Officer Habitat for Humanity of Greater Charlottesville

Habitat for Humanity of Greater Charlottesville (Habitat) is a cutting edge, national-leader non-profit housing and community development organization creating simple, decent, affordable homes in partnership with low-income families, volunteers, and the communities of the Greater Charlottesville region. Home construction capacity is multiplied by a volunteer labor force including homeowner families, corporate, civic, and church groups. Habitat is an affiliate of Habitat for Humanity International (HFHI), a global ministry working to end housing poverty worldwide.

Habitat’s current five-year strategic plan concentrates activities into three areas: Building, Rebuilding, and Housing System Development. To support this ambitious plan to create thousands of local housing opportunities while developing partnerships, policy, and programs to advance the housing sector locally and nationally, Habitat is in the final stages of completing a $15M capital campaign.

Habitat for Humanity of Greater Charlottesville seeks a Chief Advancement Officer. This role will serve as a member of the Executive Leadership Team and work with the President/CEO, peers in the C-suite, Advancement staff, Board Members, and other key stakeholders to create and execute an advancement strategy enabling Habitat to build 40-45 new homes per year while raising capital to facilitate the redevelopment of Southwood.

The CAO directly oversees all government grants and non-government source fundraising activities, including donor stewardship, annual appeals, sponsorships, foundation grants, communications, capital campaigns, and select special events. In addition, the CAO oversees the compliance, reporting, and invoicing requirements for all grants. Specific qualifications include:

  • Confident and entrepreneurial leader with the ability to lead a high-performing staff.
  • Demonstrated ability to manage staff and to grow functional capability through staff development.
  • Confidence in soliciting money from donors of all levels.
  • Ability to effectively represent Habitat in front of large corporate, civic, and church groups.
  • Excellence in communications and marketing; able to communicate with a wide range of stakeholders.
  • Significant experience in both public and private non-profit fundraising is preferred, particularly in donor communications.
  • Familiarity with/connections to the local Charlottesville community is preferred.

To apply, please submit your resume here. Consultant: Doug Trout – 703-718-4761 [email protected]

760823 C-suite
Executive Director & Director of Development American Air Museum in Britain

The American Air Museum (AAM) stands as a memorial to countless US flying and support personnel who served on British shores, including almost 30,000 who gave their lives during World War II. Part of the impressive Imperial War Museums Duxford, Britain’s largest aviation museum, the AAM presents the best collection of American military aircraft on public display outside of North America. It is the only facility of its kind outside of the United States that commemorates the special bond between the United States and the United Kingdom. Since opening in 1997, the AAM has welcomed over 7.7 million visitors.

The American Air Museum in Britain (AAMB) is a US 501(c)3 organization that supports the operation of the AAM, the first port of call for anyone looking for information about the air war as fought by the US Army Air Forces from the UK during World War II. AAMB raises charitable donations to support the operation and upkeep of the facilities, preserve its world-class collections, and develop exhibits, education programs, and an innovative website that tells the inspirational stories of men and women whose lives were shaped by war.

The AAMB Board of Trustees is seeking a US-based Executive Director & Director of Development (ED/DoD) to lead an ambitious vision for organizational growth that aligns with the new 10-year, £30M IWM Duxford Masterplan. Reporting to the Board of Trustees and coordinating closely with IWM Duxford, the ED/DoD will be an ambassador for AAMB, leading, engaging, and inspiring people and organizations to support its mission and growth.

The position works remotely from any location in the United States. The ED/DoD will be a self-starter who can create and lead a high-performing culture focused on outcomes. Essential experience includes:

  • Front-line experience soliciting six-figure gifts or higher from individuals.
  • Track record of achieving increased revenue from diversified income streams, including direct marketing, major gifts, capital campaigns, and endowment giving.
  • Experience engaging trustees in fundraising initiatives.
  • A deep affinity for the mission of the American Air Museum.

Submit your resume

760823 ED
Senior Director, Marketing & Communications Episcopal Relief and Development

For over 80 years, Episcopal Relief & Development has been working together with supporters and partners for lasting change around the world. Each year the organization facilitates healthier, more fulfilling lives for more than 3 million people struggling with hunger, poverty, disaster, and disease. Inspired by Jesus’ words in Matthew 25, Episcopal Relief & Development leverages the expertise and resources of Anglican and other partners to deliver measurable and sustainable change in three signature program areas: Women, Children, and Climate.

Episcopal Relief and Development seeks a Senior Director, Marketing & Communications, who is responsible for the development and execution of the organization’s marketing and communications strategy, with the goal of inspiring a diverse community of stakeholders to work together for lasting change.

Key qualifications include:

  • Minimum of 7 to 10 years of progressive experience managing and implementing public relations/communications/digital marketing strategies and goals.
  • Minimum of 5 years of supervisory experience.
  • Experience with brand development and implementation.
  • Extensive experience managing the development and execution of digital marketing strategies, including the development of social media and web content across multiple digital channels. Experience working with web analytics and optimization tools.
  • Experience working in a nonprofit, or a faith-based environment is a plus.
  • Bachelor’s degree in English, Journalism, Marketing, Communications or a closely related field or equivalent work experience. Advanced degree preferred.
  • Proven success at developing and implementing digital marketing and social media strategies to enhance visibility, engagement and loyalty.
  • Comfortable working in a faith-based environment.
  • Commitment to organizational values and cultural diversity, equity and inclusion efforts in the workplace.

Development Resources, inc. is leading the Senior Director, Marketing & Communications search for Episcopal Relief and Development. To learn more and apply, please visit https://driconsulting.com/position/episcopal-mar-comm

760823 Senior Director
Director of Philanthropy Institute for Political Innovation

The Institute for Political Innovation (IPI) is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization focused on research and public education on non-partisan political innovation that advances and improves the representativeness and performance of democracy for all constituencies across the United States. Its counterparts include two C4s: IPI Action Fund and Final-Five Fund.

The mission of IPI is rooted in Politics Industry Theory, the groundbreaking body of work pioneered by former corporate CEO and IPI Founder and President, Katherine Gehl. Katherine used, for the first time, an industry-competition lens (tools which were long the gold standard for analyzing for-profit industries) to shed light on the systemic failures of our political system and, importantly, to identify the most powerful and achievable solution: Final-Five Voting. She first articulated the research and theory in a 2017 report out of Harvard Business School and further developed it in a subsequent book, The Politics Industry: How Political Innovation Can Break Partisan Gridlock and Save Our Democracy (both with her co-author, Harvard Business School Professor Michael E. Porter).

This role represents a once-in-a-lifetime chance to join a team, as a key leader, to drive the success of one of the most impactful and important philanthropic opportunities in America today: Final-Five Voting (FFV). Final-Five Voting is a new method proposed for elections to the U.S. House and Senate (more details below). Final-Five Voting is not designed to necessarily change who wins. It’s designed to change what the winners do—what they have the freedom and incentives to do (i.e., solve problems in a consensus, sustainable fashion) and on whose behalf they’re doing it (i.e., on behalf of a majority of general election voters). FFV achieves this by uniquely fixing a major system root cause of our dysfunctional politics by aligning the incentives of Congress with the interests and preferences of the majority of Americans. This makes FFV powerful, but, unlike other potentially powerful political innovations, FFV is also achievable (i.e., not “pie in the sky”) because Article I in the U.S. Constitution gives each state the power to make and remake the rules of the game for elections to Congress.

  • Proven experience leading significant individual fundraising initiatives defined by personal solicitations and closures of six and seven figure gifts.
  • Prior experience fundraising within complex political environments and a passion and desire to see Final-Five Voting implemented nationally.
  • Understanding and ability to speak at the highest level on important and complex political issues.
  • Proven ability to develop fundraising strategies that expand both a donor base and giving levels.
  • Record of securing large (6- and 7-figure) gifts from individuals.
  • Record of cultivating corporate and foundation support.
  • Record of working successfully with senior leaders and engaging them in a high-level fundraising process.
  • Passion for improving and strengthening our democracy, and eager to work with a team of opinionated individuals of varying political perspectives united around one non-partisan goal.
  • Balance of initiative and judgment necessary to succeed in a flexible, largely self-directed environment where quality and victory are the highest priorities.
  • Bachelor’s degree is required; advanced degree and/or record of continuing professional development is useful.

To apply, please visit https://driwaterstonehc.com//position/IPI-DoP.

Consultant: Doug Trout – 703-718-4761; [email protected]

760823 Director
Director, Network Philanthropy Institute for Nonprofit News

The Institute for Nonprofit News strengthens and supports more than 360 independent news organizations in a new kind of news network: nonprofit, nonpartisan and dedicated to public service.

From local news to in-depth reporting on pressing global issues, INN’s members tell stories that otherwise would go untold – connecting communities, holding the powerful accountable and strengthening democracy. INN programs help these news organizations develop revenue and business models to support strong reporting, collaborate on editorial and business innovation, share services and advance the diverse leaders who are forging a new future for news.

The Institute for Nonprofit News (INN) seeks a strategic thinker and project manager with experience in philanthropic fundraising to serve as its Director, Network Philanthropy. This is a leadership role that will design and manage capacity-building programs and collaborative fundraising initiatives to grow philanthropic support for INN’s member network. This role will support newsrooms directly by creating resources, identifying services, and offering one-on-one coaching to grow individual and institutional giving.

Key qualifications include:

  • 7+ years of experience in development, with a focus on donor relations, operations, and project management.
  • Specialize in at least two of the following areas: collaborative fundraising, major giving, institutional giving, prospect research, board development, or organizational development.
  • Highly solutions-oriented, with the ability to identify and resolve potential issues prior to them becoming a problem.
  • Ability to operate independently with minimal supervision and navigate new situations and environments.
  • Ability to work in a fast-paced environment, with experience working with shifting priorities.
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills, with the ability to communicate effectively with a wide range of individuals and personalities.

Development Resources, inc. is leading the Director, Network Philanthropy search for INN. To learn more and apply, please visit https://driwaterstonehc.com//available-positions/INN-NPPD.

760823 Director
Chief Executive Officer Association of Social Work Boards

The Association of Social Work Board’s (ASWB) mission is to provide support and services to the social work regulatory community to advance safe, competent, and ethical practices to strengthen public protection. ASWB is the only non-profit organization dedicated to social work regulation and is composed of the social work regulatory boards and colleges of all 50 U.S. states, the District of Columbia, the U.S. Virgin Islands, Guam, the Northern Mariana Islands, and all 10 Canadian provinces.

The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) is the face of the Association of Social Work Boards (ASWB) and is responsible for the overall successful operation and fiscal integrity of ASWB through demonstrated ethical leadership and management. Reporting to and working closely with the Board of Directors, the CEO oversees an annual budget of approximately $21 million and has the responsibility to lead ASWB’s mission and vision, implement strategic plans, and identify and execute actions to meet objectives.

Key qualifications include:

  • Seven or more years’ successful experience in a senior strategic leadership role.
  • Social Work license in good standing
  • Extensive knowledge of social work practice, other social work professional organizations, testing, budgeting, management, professional regulation, and related legislation
  • Experience with managing transitions and leading an organization through crisis and culture change
  • Success working with a Board of Directors and volunteer-led organizations
  • Effective and proactive communicator, facilitator, problem solver, and decision maker
  • Master’s degree in Social Work or higher

Development Resources, inc. is leading the CEO search for ASWB. To learn more and apply, please visit https://driwaterstonehc.com//available-positions/ASWB-CEO.

760823 CEO
Regional Director of Philanthropy, Gulf Coast Coast Guard Foundation

On an average day, the men and women of the Coast Guard conduct 45 search and rescue missions, perform 14 conservation inspections, and facilitate the movement of $8.7 billion worth of goods and commodities across 100,000 miles of coastline and inland waterways in the United States. The education, welfare, and morale of these men and women is supported by the Coast Guard Foundation.

The Coast Guard Foundation was founded in 1969 to support the Coast Guard Academy, but since 1986 has taken on a broader mission—supplying equipment to Coast Guard units, scholarships to Coast Guard members and their families, and bereavement support for families who have lost loved ones in the Coast Guard. The Foundation has also achieved dramatic revenue growth to support its work, with new regional philanthropy programs established over the last two years in California, the mid-Atlantic. and the Northeast.

Today the Coast Guard Foundation seeks a Regional Director of Philanthropy for the Gulf Coast region to continue this growth. The Regional Director of Philanthropy will have access to tremendous resources to build a regional donor base and revenue to support the Foundation’s mission. S/he will receive a portfolio of 150 prospects and donors qualified for $25K+ gifts; will have a relationship with regional members of a core group of volunteers with active fundraising roles; and will have access to a roster of special events that offer cultivation and solicitation opportunities.

Reporting to the Senior Vice President of Development, working from home, and maintaining an active and metrics-driven travel and donor meeting schedule, the Regional Director will provide exceptional relationship management for 150 prospects and donors in order to build regional revenue gradually to a $1M annual goal.

The ideal Regional Director of Philanthropy will have:

  • At least 10 years of professional experience, including 3-5 years in a fundraising role.
  • Demonstrated success in all facets of major gifts fundraising or equivalent experience in such fields as financial advising, sales, marketing, or non-profit management.
  • Commitment to personalized fundraising, including regular face-to-face donor meetings, and outstanding one-on-one relationship-building skills.
  • Record of securing donations or investments at the $10K+ level.
  • Experience growing a donor or sales base and increasing revenue.
  • Knowledge of the philanthropic market in Gulf Coast states, especially Texas and/or Louisiana, and ability to work from either Houston or New Orleans.
  • High degree of initiative and self-motivation, with the ability to work independently toward goals and to steadily monitor progress.
  • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent; advanced degree or certification, such as a CFRE, is preferred.

For more information and to apply, please visit www.driconsulting.com.

760823 Director
Knowledge and Digital Workplace Officer Wellspring Philanthropic Fund

Wellspring Philanthropic Fund (WPF) is a private grantmaking foundation dedicated to advancing the realization of human rights and social and economic justice for all people. Their work is rooted in respect for the dignity and worth of every human being.

WPF’s priority is to promote the realization of human rights and access to economic and social justice – including racial, gender, and economic. WPF is focused on expanding the voices, dignity, and interests of the most vulnerable communities, including women, children, people living in poverty, people of color, people with disabilities, LGBTQI people, and those affected by armed conflict and mass atrocities.

Wellspring is looking for a Knowledge and Digital Workplace Officer to deliver on Wellspring’s vision for its information, knowledge, and digital workplace by driving engagement across the foundation, encouraging adoption of collaboration and document management tools, and ensuring an experience that is centered on user needs and abilities. Specific qualifications include:

  • Managing, configuring, implementing, designing, building, and migrating: Collaboration & Communication Technologies (e.g. O365, google, Exchange, Teams), Network and Cloud Storage (e.g. Box, OneDrive).
  • Demonstrated track record of developing effective relationships across all levels of an organization and with diverse internal customer groups.
  • Demonstrated ability to support major initiatives across a diverse, multicultural environment.
  • Demonstrated ability to plan and manage simple to moderately complex projects including initiatives with multiple delivery partners and/or technology scope.
  • Understands and values social justice, including racial and gender equity as an organizational operating principle – and is committed to continued learning on issues related to race, gender, equity, diversity, and inclusion.
  • Masters or bachelor’s degree in Library Science, Knowledge Management, Records Management, Computer Science, or equivalent experience.
  • PMP certification desired.
  • UX certification desired.

How to apply:

Development Resources, inc. is leading this search for Wellspring Philanthropic Fund. All of DRiWaterstone’s searches can be viewed at https://driwaterstonehc.com//available-positions/.

760823 Officer
Director of Development, Schools of Education, Divinity, and Social Work Howard University

Howard University is experiencing historic and unprecedented institutional and philanthropic growth. Bolstered by an active and energetic alumni base inspired by the heightened role and significance of Howard’s place among elite higher education, the University has embarked on a significant expansion of and investment in its Advancement efforts. If you are an enthusiastic fundraising professional looking for a chance to make a difference, now is the time to join this historic institution and become a part of something great. Howard University has put into action an ambitious, yet attainable, fundraising strategy that seeks to enhance the Howard experience well beyond the bounds of Washington, DC.

Reporting to the Assistant Vice President, Individual Giving, the Director of Development provides leadership for all major gift fundraising initiatives for the Schools of Education, Divinity, and Social Work. The Director works closely with each School’s Dean, program directors, and faculty to develop fundraising priorities and lead revenue generation aligned with organizational goals reflecting the vision of Howard President Wayne A. I. Frederick. Building on the recent increase in interest in and gifts to Howard, the Director will develop a proactive plan for identification, cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship, managing a portfolio of 75-120 benefactors and prospects, with a primary focus on alumni and friends of the University. The Director will manage other major gift officers assigned to each School. Specific qualifications include:

  • Bachelor’s degree required.
  • 7 years of development experience, with at least 3 years of personal solicitation of individual major gifts.
  • Experience with an HBCU preferred.
  • Demonstrated experience in managing relationships with high-level prospects to secure major gifts.
  • Mastery of the fundamentals of major gifts fundraising and moves management.
  • A basic understanding of planned giving concepts, and an ability to navigate internal processes and structures to the advancement of relationships with donors.
  • Superior written and verbal communication, interpersonal, and relationship-building skills.
  • Creative problem-solving skills and the ability to initiate and collaborate with partners at all levels.
  • Demonstrated ability to work interdependently and independently in a collaborative environment is vital.
  • Experience utilizing fundraising database programs (experience with Raiser’s Edge highly preferred).
  • Commitment to the mission of Howard University.

Development Resources, inc. (DRi) is leading this search for Howard University. Candidates who meet the minimum qualifications are invited to learn more and apply by visiting https://driwaterstonehc.com//available-positions/.

10392 Director
Director of Development, College of Arts and Sciences Howard University

Howard University is experiencing historic and unprecedented institutional and philanthropic growth. Bolstered by an active and energetic alumni base inspired by the heightened role and significance of Howard’s place among elite higher education, the University has embarked on a significant expansion of and investment in its Advancement efforts. If you are an enthusiastic fundraising professional looking for a chance to make a difference, now is the time to join this historic institution and become a part of something great. Howard University has put into action an ambitious, yet attainable, fundraising strategy that seeks to enhance the Howard experience well beyond the bounds of Washington, DC.

Reporting to the Assistant Vice President, Individual Giving, the Director of Development provides leadership for all major gift fundraising initiatives for the College of Arts and Sciences. The Director works closely with the Dean, program directors, and faculty to develop fundraising priorities and lead revenue generation aligned with organizational goals reflecting the vision of Howard President Wayne A. I. Frederick. Building on the recent increase in interest in and gifts to Howard, the Director will develop a proactive plan for identification, cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship, managing a portfolio up to 75 benefactors and prospects, with a primary focus on alumni and friends of the University. Specific qualifications include:

  • Bachelor’s degree required.
  • 7 years of development experience, with at least 3 years of personal solicitation of individual major gifts.
  • Experience with an HBCU preferred.
  • Demonstrated experience in managing relationships with high-level prospects to secure major gifts.
  • Mastery of the fundamentals of major gifts fundraising and moves management.
  • A basic understanding of planned giving concepts, and an ability to navigate internal processes and structures to the advancement of relationships with donors.
  • Superior written and verbal communication, interpersonal, and relationship-building skills.
  • Creative problem-solving skills and the ability to initiate and collaborate with partners at all levels.
  • Demonstrated ability to work interdependently and independently in a collaborative environment.
  • Experience utilizing fundraising database programs (experience with Raiser’s Edge highly preferred).
  • Commitment to the mission of Howard University.

Development Resources, inc. (DRi) is leading this search for Howard University. Candidates who meet the minimum qualifications are invited to learn more and apply by visiting https://driwaterstonehc.com//available-positions/.

10392 Director
Chief Financial Officer Trout Unlimited

Trout Unlimited (“TU”) is uniquely positioned to create common ground among diverse interests. They overcome obstacles with grassroots credibility, professional skill, non-partisanship, and scientific expertise. They build meaningful relationships with decision makers, land and resource stewards, community members, and other stakeholders to deliver meaningful change across landscapes. TU is both a local, on-the-ground force and a national player.

TU’s mission is to bring together diverse interests to care for and recover rivers and streams so our children can experience the joy of wild and native trout and salmon.

Trout Unlimited seeks a Chief Financial Officer (CFO) to ensure that the organization operates with strong financial controls, transparency, accountability, and efficiency. The CFO reviews and helps formulate financial policy and strategy with the guidance of the President/CEO and the Board of Trustees. The CFO plans, organizes, and directs the overall financial and administrative activities of TU. The CFO represents TU in external financial relations and is responsible for reports to the President/CEO, Finance and Audit Committees, and presentations to the Board. Specific qualifications include:

  • At least 10 years of progressively responsible experience in managing fiscal systems; non-profit experience and knowledge is a plus.
  • A leader who can oversee and positively contribute to transactional, operational, and strategic functions within Trout Unlimited’s finance department and in the field.
  • Experience in a senior role, partnering with senior staff, resulting in the development and implementation of a robust, transparent, and efficient financial management system.
  • Innovative thinker, with a track record for problem solving and developing action plans and managing output.
  • Ability to make decisions in a changing environment and anticipate future needs.
  • Ability to work both independently and as a team player who will productively engage with others at varying levels of seniority within and outside of Trout Unlimited
  • BA in Accounting, Master’s Degree, or CPA.

DRiWaterstone Human Capital is leading this search for Trout Unlimited. All of DRiWaterstone‘s searches can be viewed at https://driwaterstonehc.com/available-positions/.

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Director of Finance and Operations Appalachian Voices

For more than a century, Appalachian communities have powered the growth of America’s industrial might. Today, Appalachia is on the frontlines of an American energy transition. Together with local citizens, Appalachian Voices fights to protect the land, air, and water of the region and to build a generative and equitable clean energy economy that fosters local prosperity and achieves meaningful and lasting change across the country. Appalachian Voices is fueled by an abiding love for our common resources. It respects the depth and complexity of the region’s history and honors cultural traditions that uphold the integrity of the land and people.

Appalachian Voices is a leading non-profit advocate for a healthy environment and just economy in the Appalachian region, and a driving force in America’s shift from fossil fuels to a clean energy future. They currently have 30 staff members working from offices in Charlottesville and Norton, Va., Durham and Boone, N.C., and Knoxville, Tennessee. Appalachian Voices seeks a Director of Finance and Operations who will join a dynamic organization, having grown in both size and impact, further enabling Appalachian Voices to meet and seize on the critical opportunities before the region. Key qualifications include:

Qualifications include:

  • At least ten years of accounting experience with a preference for candidates with five years of non-profit financial management.
  • Superior understanding of all aspects of non-profit accounting and financial management, appropriate knowledge of tax laws and related issues and regulations for 501(c)(3) organizations, including federal and state filings and sound internal controls.
  • Experience managing non-profit audits is preferred.
  • Proficiency in Excel, G Suite, QuickBooks. Preference for candidates with experience with constituent relationship management software and time-tracking and expense software.
  • Ability to handle sensitive and confidential matters with discretion.
  • Self-motivated with the ability to work well independently and in teams.
  • Supervisory experience preferred.
  • Bachelor’s degree in accounting or finance.

Development Resources, inc. (DRiWaterstone) is leading this search for Appalachian Voices. All of DRiWaterstone ‘s searches can be viewed at https://driwaterstonehc.com//available-positions/.

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Director of Partnership Development KABOOM!

Places to play are essential for every kid to grow up healthy. KABOOM! builds playspaces in partnership with communities across America, particularly those that have experienced chronic disinvestment and systemic racism. Over the last 25 years, KABOOM! has built or improved 17,000+ playspaces, engaged more than 1.5 million community members, and brought joy to over 11.5 million kids. As it looks to the future, KABOOM!’s vision is nothing short of ending playspace inequity.

KABOOM! is looking for a Director of Partnership Development responsible for developing meaningful institutional and community partnerships to further advance KABOOM!’s mission. The Director will play a vital role in expanding the funding base of KABOOM! by developing and delivering compelling cases for support and shepherding prospective funding partners through every phase of the cultivation cycle. KABOOM! is driven by equity and community responsiveness, and the ideal candidate will have the ability to engage with a diverse range of internal and external stakeholders.

Competitive candidates will have at least 10 years of fundraising or business development experience and a track record of securing new funding from corporate and foundation partners. Experience should include:

  • Managing funder relationships and growing a portfolio of multi-year gifts.
  • Building and presenting strong cases for support that align with funder priorities.
  • Cultivating strategic partner relationships with executive-level stakeholders.
  • A collaborative, team-oriented work style with self-motivation and drive to get the job done with little supervision.
  • Ability to quickly absorb information from various angles while always keeping an eye on the big picture.
  • A Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience and/or training.

Development Resources, inc. is leading this search for KABOOM! Qualified candidates may submit applications at https://driwaterstonehc.com//available-positions/.

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Senior Major Gifts Officer American Association for the Advancement of Science

The formation of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) in 1848 marked the emergence of a national scientific community in the United States. While science was part of the American scene from the nation’s early days, its practitioners remained few in number and scattered geographically and among disciplines. AAAS was the first permanent organization formed to promote the development of science and engineering at the national level and to represent the interests of all its disciplines.

Today, AAAS is the world’s largest multi-disciplinary scientific society, with nearly 120,000 individual members in over 91 countries, and a leading publisher of cutting-edge research through our Science family of journals. We strive to promote and defend the integrity of science and its use, provide a voice for science on societal issues and strengthen and diversify the science and technology workforce.

The AAAS is seeking an experienced Senior Major Gifts Officer to join its growing philanthropy team. There is an urgency for AAAS to take their efforts to the next level, and against this backdrop, the board and executive leadership have made philanthropy and strategic partnerships a growing priority. In this role, you will join our dedicated Office of Philanthropy and Strategic Partnerships team, reporting to the Director of Individual Philanthropy, and will play a key role in building relationships with AAAS members, Fellows, and other leaders in the science and philanthropy communities to secure unrestricted and programmatic funding. Specific qualifications include:

  • 8-10 years of non-profit fundraising experience, with the demonstrated ability to grow a program.
  • A minimum of 5 years of experience soliciting and securing five- and six-figure gifts from individual donors and cultivating/stewarding individual relationships.
  • Experience carrying a prospect portfolio and ability to strategize to meet financial goals.
  • Strong interpersonal, oral, and written communication skills and attention to detail.
  • Proficiency with Raiser’s Edge.
  • Ability to work independently, prioritize, multi-task, and meet deadlines without extensive back-office support.
  • Ability to travel 50% of the time (given autonomy to determine your own travel schedule).
  • Familiarity with fundraising best practices, standards, and ethics.
  • Must understand and support the mission of AAAS.
  • Bachelor’s degree required.

Development Resources, inc. is leading this search for the American Association for the Advancement of Science. All of DRiWaterstone’s searches can be viewed at https://driwaterstonehc.com//available-positions/. Applications can also be submitted via email to [email protected].

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Vice President of Global Finance Children International

Children International is a leader in the movement to eradicate poverty. From the time they are toddlers to young adults, children living in poverty need long-term support. Children International surrounds kids with a caring team, a safe place and a clear path out of poverty through programs focused on health, education, empowerment through life skills and employment. In 2020, the organization directly supported 200,000 children in 10 countries. Children International’s supporters are inspired to invest as they see children radically change their lives and create a ripple effect that impacts their families and communities for generations to come.

85% of total expenses in 2020 supported programs that helped children, youth, and families during an extraordinarily challenging year. CI is proud of the  high standards they met in achieving that number.

Children International seeks a Vice President of Global Finance to join a team of mission-driven employees and volunteers in an organization known for evolving and transforming to meet the needs of the children and families they serve. As CI adapts to provide a wider range of more impactful programs, they are also diversifying their fundraising from a primarily one-to-one sponsorship model to an approach designed to generate additional funding. As the new global financial leader, the Vice President will help hone financial practices around the world and in doing so, support the teams in delivering greater impact. Key qualifications include:

  • 10 years of senior management experience in a senior finance role working with a budget of $100 million at a minimum, experience in a global operation a plus.
  • Experience with INGO financially related processes such as gifting methods and recognition, foreign exchange and transfer methodologies, Asia/Latin Am financial compliance, global internal audit, real estate and other global risk management, endowment management and grant management.
  • Experience streamlining and refining financial processes in global operations.  Ability to create tools and processes to increase efficiencies, improve data integrity and strengthen auditable work practices worldwide.
  • Strong knowledge of business processes in strategic planning, financial modeling, budgeting, financial reporting, cost benefit analysis, financial portfolio management, currency exchange, global funds transfers, cost accounting and risk management. Ability to tie metrics and data to leading and lagging indicators of overall financial health of the organization and develop strategies to improve.
  • Passion for children and youth and making a difference in the world.
  • MBA or CPA required.

Development Resources, inc. is leading this search for Children International. All of DRiWaterstone’s searches can be viewed at https://driwaterstonehc.com//available-positions/.

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Board Member MSI US

MSI US is a leading provider of sexual and reproductive health services globally, empowering women and men to have children by choice not chance.

MSI is a non-profit, non-governmental organization and a global leader in family planning, working to eliminate unmet need for sexual and reproductive health services around the world. MSI delivers affordable, high-quality contraception, safe abortion, and post-abortion care to millions of the world’s poorest and most vulnerable individuals.​

Founded in 1976 in London, MSI operates in 37 countries across six continents. With over 10,000 team members, more than 90% of whom work in their home countries, MSI works to eliminate unsafe abortion and ensure that anyone who wants contraception can access it. In several locations, MSI also provides pre-natal and delivery services.

​The MSI United States Board provides oversight and governance of MSI US, participates in strategic planning and leadership, and supports the President and staff in advancing the organization’s mission. Board Members are dedicated volunteers who help to raise awareness and increase donations for the organization. MSI US is committed to equity, diversity, and inclusion, and seeks passionate, committed leaders to serve as volunteer Board members who are passionate about protecting the right to reproductive choice and MSI US’ mission of “children by choice, not chance.” The MSI US Board is comprised of 15 seats; Board Members serve an initial term of three years and are eligible for re-appointment for a second three-year term. After two consecutive three-year terms, a break of one year is required before a former Board Member is eligible to serve for another three-year term.​

Qualifications include:

  • Leadership: Serve as a trusted advisor to the President in developing and implementing the strategic priorities of the organization.​
  • Governance: Assist the MSI US Board Chair and President in developing the Board and in identifying and recruiting others for Board service.​
  • Oversight: Review the annual budget and refer it for final approval to the CEO and Trustees of MSI; review and approve annual audit reports and IRS tax filings; review and assess organizational performance against agreed goals each year. Board Members should be informed of, understand, and be able to fulfill all legal and fiduciary responsibilities.​
  • Fundraising: Make MSI US a personal philanthropic priority and help to raise a minimum amount in annual support by building awareness and tapping into personal networks.

Development Resources, inc. (DRiWaterstone) is leading this search for MSI US.

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Executive Search Associate DRi

Development Resources, inc. (DRi) provides executive search and development consulting services to non-profit organizations. Founded in 2001, DRbelieves that non-profits make the world a significantly better place, and that the work they do demands proper resources to fulfill their missions. We offer executive search, fundraising consulting, and strategic planning services to help non-profits design effective staff structures and identify and recruit outstanding leaders.

The Executive Search Associate reports to the Director of Search Services and is an essential partner to Lead Consultants, identifying and assessing candidates for a wide variety of roles and organizations.

Primary Responsibilities

  • Understand client needs for vacant positions and assist the Consultant in the development of effective candidate search strategies
  • Develop lists of target companies with similar missions, financial resources, locations, or other factors as possible sources of prospective candidates
  • Conduct career-related and biographical research on individuals, integrating data gathered from various online and electronic sources, including DRiWaterstone’s proprietary database and LinkedIn Recruiter
  • Assess prospective candidates’ and applicants’ experiences and capacities related to position criteria, using good judgement to recommend the most qualified candidates to the Consultant for interviews
  • Conduct initial outreach to prospects via email, phone, LinkedIn messaging, text, etc., following up as needed to assess interest
  • Enter, update, and retrieve candidate information in Invenias, ensuring accurate, up-to-date information is maintained
  • Coordinate with the Candidate Stewardship Associate to ensure seamless progression of candidates through the search process
  • Draft or provide input on relevant documentation, including confidential candidate reports and Client update reports, with attention to detail and accuracy
  • Proactively develop and maintain relationships with potential candidates or sources, utilizing those networks to assist with candidate recruitment
  • Assist with business development efforts as appropriate
  • Represent the company with integrity and professionalism

Requirements

  • Bachelor’s degree and minimum two years’ experience in prospect research, human resources, executive search or similar work
  • Ability to prioritize work and to perform multiple tasks simultaneously while adhering to deadlines
  • Strong sense of curiosity; analytical and methodical approach to problem solving
  • Results driven; ability to thrive in a fast-paced environment with shifting priorities
  • Exceptional communication and organizational skills and attention to detail
  • Ability to work independently as well as part of a team
  • Experience using Customer Relationship Management (CRM) databases preferred; experience with Invenias or other executive search software a plus
  • Knowledge of the non-profit sector preferred

Work Environment and Benefits

DRiWaterstone is currently working 100% remotely with team members in several states. We remain a team-based environment, however, in which staff members have close working relationships and interact regularly the firm’s two founders, who serve as CEO and COO, and the other Consultants. We offer an annual reimbursement for home office expenses and ensure that team members have the equipment they need to succeed.

All full-time DRiWaterstone employees receive fully subsidized medical, vision, and dental insurance premiums. Employees are eligible for end-of-year bonuses and retirement plan contributions.

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Manager of Foundation and Grant Relations Planned Parenthood of Metropolitan Washington

Planned Parenthood of Metropolitan Washington (PPMW) seeks a Manager of Foundation and Grant Relations to cultivate long-term relationships with grant-makers and identify opportunities to connect PPMW’s leaders with leaders of grant-making organizations.

Planned Parenthood provides high-quality reproductive and related healthcare, delivers educational programs that promote healthy sexuality, and protects the right of individuals to make personal health decisions. Located in the nation’s capital, PPMW is an anchor for care throughout the region and a model across the country. For more than 80 years, PPMW has responded to the changing needs of the communities it serves and the ever-shifting political winds in the region.

PPMW is looking for an accomplished business writer with 2-4 years of experience who wants to grow into a fundraising leader. The successful candidate will share PPMW’s high standards for donor stewardship and have a record of proactive engagement of institutional supporters through site visits, meetings, calls, and events. S/he will combine these skills with a commitment to PPMW’s mission of expanding access to high-quality, affordable reproductive healthcare. Qualifications include:

  • 2-4 years of experience in business writing; some experience in proposal writing preferred. Experience in grant management, corporate partnerships, or substantive volunteer experiences with grant writing is a plus.
  • Demonstrated ability to steward positive relationships with organizational partners who contribute to the proposal and reporting process.
  • Experience identifying the giving priorities of private foundations and of developing successful proposals that align them with organizational needs.
  • Meaningful prior experience with donor database/CRM software is required (Raiser’s Edge expertise strongly preferred), as well as a high degree of proficiency with MS Office, especially Word and Excel.
  • Working knowledge of family planning and public health issues is useful but not required.
  • Bachelor’s degree is required; a relevant advanced degree is a plus.

Development Resources, inc. (DRiWaterstone) is leading this search for Planned Parenthood of Metropolitan Washington.

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