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We’re Hiring!

Northeast Wilderness Trust seeks a Development Coordinator to be an integral member of our small team. The Coordinator will develop fundraising plans, create and execute strategies for garnering new support, and coordinate fundraising activities. To view and download the position description, click here.

Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

• Create and implement a fundraising plan focused on generating revenue that encourages support and boosts regional involvement; the plan will be used as a general blueprint by the team to guide development activities

• Advance development efforts of prospect and donor data and create informed analyses of potential prospects

• Secure new donors by developing and implementing strategies to grow support that tie into outreach events and other opportunities

• Lead development and grant writing efforts across all programs

• Coordinate a development calendar of proposal applications and reporting deadlines and grant proposal submissions in a timely fashion

• Maintain foundation and major donor master files and tracking sheets

• Coordinate donor communication messaging for gifts and awards as appropriate for social media and website

• Manage major donor master list and coordinate outreach to major donors

• Maintain donor database, manage donor reports and data for appeals

• Process and record contributions by donors

• Manage and facilitate donor gift acknowledgements

• Coordinate new donor packet mailings

• Support growth of the Forever-Wild Circle; the Wilderness Trust’s monthly donor program

• Track and report on development activities to staff and the board of directors

• Generate quarterly reports and track metrics on all development and fundraising activities

• Frequently travel to events and donor meetings

How to apply:

Interested candidates should submit a cover letter, resume with three professional references, and a writing sample as a single combined PDF file to Cathleen Maine at . Application deadline is February 28, 2020.


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