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Director of Development

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JOB ID #: 10014

ISSUE DATE: 05/28/2014

CLOSING DATE: 07/25/2014


Directs College's fundraising strategy and administration of fund-raising programs.

Designs, implements and monitors comprehensive resource development program

Responsible for meeting specific goals and targets

Develops funding strategies; assesses outcome of strategic plan

Oversees a portfolio of annual and major gift prospects to establish and sustain ongoing relations

Maintains relationships with donors and sponsoring organizations to cultivate and maintain funding

Ensures reporting requirements are completed in timely and accurate manner

Manages professional and clerical staff

Performs related duties as assigned

Collaborate with Vice President of Development to plan and manage the development program for BMCC Foundation as well as the BMCC Tribeca Performing Arts Center.

Manage and oversee daily operations of the development office; supervise staff and oversee budget and organizational systems.

Assist with quarterly Board meetings and with building and staffing Board committees.

Partner to create the development plan, set goals, and establish calendar of activities, including a fundraising gala and strategies for a multi-million dollar campaign as well as help implement and manage these plans and goals.

Help build major gifts and planned giving programs including prospect research to build a prospect pipeline, major gift assignments, and goal setting for all staff; on-going monitoring of staff progress; and donor recognition as appropriate including donor wall and naming opportunities.

Facilitate collaboration among all members of the development staff to assure positive and supportive relationships.

Manage and assure donor stewardship, pledge recording, and gift acknowledgements.

Work with high level board members and donors as assigned.


Bachelor's Degree and eight years' related experience required.
Excellent oral, written, and interpersonal skills required

Problem-solving, research, and analytical skills

Solid relationship-building and team-building skills

Excellent fund raising judgement

Ability to successfully manage multiple projects

Skilled at navigating complicated organizations

Master's Degree preferred

e preferred


SALARY: Commensurate with qualifications and experience.

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