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$100 – AFP Greater Detroit Members
$200 - Non-members
Membership is determined by the AFP Greater Detroit office. If an individual of your organization is a member, your organization -- for the position announcement service only -- is considered a member.
*Important* Your position announcement will not be posted or sent to the Membership via e-mail until receipt of payment. Paid position will be posted within 2 business days.
All position announcements are posted on the AFP Greater Detroit Job Center for 30 days and will be automatically archived after the 30 days has expired. Position announcements are also distributed via e-mail to current AFP Greater Detroit members who have opted to receive these notifications - approximately 375 fundraising professionals in the Great Detroit area. If you would like to renew a posting or have any further questions please contact the AFP Greater Detroit Chapter office at 248-579-5004.
|Date Posted||Job Title||Employer Name||Job Description|
|7.13.17||Communications & Engagement Coordinator||Legacy Land Conservancy||
Overview: The Communications & Engagement Coordinator, under the supervision of the Development Director, will be responsible for the communications and engagement activities within the organization. Serving Legacy Land Conservancy throug...
|7.13.17||Director of Development||Eton Academy - Birmingham||
Eton Academy, an independent school, is seeking an energetic, committed, dynamic, and innovative Director of Development with experience building a comprehensive development and communications program. The DOD will spearhead the efforts in key development areas for Eton Academy and the Hartmann-Center for Teaching and Learning. The DOD possesses a thorough knowledge of fundraising vehicles and ...
|7.13.17||Director of Philanthropy||Metroparks of Toledo||
In partnership with the Director, Metroparks Board of Park Commissioners and the Metroparks Toledo Foundation Board, the Director of Philanthropy supports the mission and strategic objectives of Metroparks by designing and executing the overall fundraising strategy to provide for the current and future needs of Metroparks.
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|7.13.17||Executive Director||Ozone House||
Purpose of Position:
Together with a dedicated Board of Directors and a highly effective management team and staff, the Executive Director promotes our culture of mission focus, social justice, positive energy and humor. As the primary spokesperson for the organization, the Executive Director will enhance and develop our relatio...
|7.13.17||Marketing and Communications Manager||The Heat and Warmth Fund||
Position Summary: The Marketing and Communications Manager guides the strategy for all communications, social media, and public relations messages and collateral to consistently articulate the mission of THAW.
|6.29.17||Consulting Analyst||Richner & Richner||
Richner & Richner is seeking a qualified professional to join our team. Our latest open position, Consulting Analyst, is designed to provide an opportunity for the right person to grow with our firm. We are committed to developing the full range of talents of our next colleague through formal training and mentorship.
|6.29.17||Director of Development||Jewish Family Service||
Director of Development
The Director of Development works in conjunction with the Chief Development Officer on developing and implementing sound strategies to secure resources, through philanthropic and volunteer support, to sustain the organization. Additionally, the DOD will work with the CDO and the team to create cohesive messagi...
|6.29.17||Director of Development||American Red Cross||
1. Strategy: Develops and executes ongoing strategy for qualifying suspects and moving them to prospect status using tools such as small cultivation events, research and community networking, with a goal of 30% of the portfolio having been identified by the Development Director. Works collaboratively with...
|6.29.17||Director of Major Gifts||Forgotten Harvest||
The Director of Major Gifts will identify, cultivate, solicit and steward primarily individual major gift prospects to secure five and six-figure gifts to benefit Forgotten Harvest and our mission.
To see the full job description and apply, please click on the link below:
|6.29.17||Executive Director||Susan G. Komen Greater Detroit Affiliate||
The Board of Directors of the Komen Greater Detroit organization is accepting applications for the position of Executive Director. The Executive Director is the senior executive position in the organization and reports to the Board of Directors.
The Executive Director is an inspirational leader that provides op...
|6.29.17||Institutional Giving Director||Michigan Science Center||
Michigan Science Center is a hub and for hands-on, transformative experiences that inspire confidence and discovery and We are a magnet for STEM explorers, kid and adult; We value our role as a neighbor to our visitors and to each other, creating an environment of welcome, support, and dynamic creativity.
The Director of Institutional Giving is responsible for daily a...
|6.29.17||Manager of Development Operations and Donor Relations||Province of St. Joseph of the Capuchin Order||
Manager of Development Operations and Donor Relations
The Manager of Development Operations and Donor Relations is responsible to build strong donor relationships with current and prospective donors through effective appeals and events. In addition, the MDODR is responsible ...
|6.19.17||Senior Director, Planned Giving||Wayne State University||
Provide leadership, direction and management of the Planned Giving program. Design and implement a comprehensive planned giving program; manage fundraising strategies and initiatives. Manage staff and office operations in order to cultivate, solicit and steward planned gift donors to meet established f...
|6.16.17||Vice President, Development||International Samaritan||
International Samaritan was established in 1995 by Father Don Vettese, S.J. to alleviate poverty among people living in garbage dump squalor in Guatemala City. It has since expanded into a total of six countries. Based in Ann Arbor, Michigan, the organizational commitment is to foster social and economic empowerment for these communities by establishing a wide range of services including ...
|6.14.17||Development Officer - East||Make-A-Wish Michigan||
Make-A-Wish Michigan is seeking an energetic, positive and collaborative Development Officer – East to join our dynamic development team on a full-time basis, in our Brighton headquarters. T
|6.6.17||Grants Manager||Washtenaw Community College||
The Grants Manager will oversee all aspects of the grants process and activities for the Washtenaw Community College Foundation and Washtenaw Community College including private foundations, government and public funding sources, and corporations or corporate foundations.
|6.6.17||Major Gift Officer||Washtenaw Community College||
The Major Gift Officer manages the fundraising process for an assigned portfolio of prospects and donors and conducts activities leading to gifts of $10,000 and above. The position conducts major gift activities for the Washtenaw Community College Foundation and Washtenaw Community College.<...
|5.25.17||Philanthropic Services Officer||Community Foundation for Southeast Michigan||
PHILANTHROPIC SERVICES OFFICER
The Philanthropic Services Officer is responsible for a wide range of asset development and donor program activities with the primary goal of developing and securing major financial support for the Community Foundation. This individual also interacts directly with existing major donors to ensure a high level of satisfaction wit...
|5.19.17||Director of Development/Fundraising- Great Lakes Region||Enterprise Community Partners||
The Enterprise Community Partners Resource Development Group generates philanthropic support for Enterprise affordable housing programs through relationships with corporate, foundation and individual donors. This position reports to the Vice President, Resource Development Group and is one of ten development professionals located in Enterprise offices across the country.
|5.15.17||Vice President and Chief Development Officer||Detroit Symphony Orchestra||
The Aspen Leadership Group is proud to partner with the Detroit Symphony Orchestra in the search for a Vice President and Chief Development Officer.