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Director of Development and Communications, Duke School
Founded in 1947, Duke School is a nationally known leader in project–based, child–centered education for students age three through the eighth grade. The independent school takes great pride in its philosophy, the academic accomplishments of its students and graduates, its commitment to diversity and public service and in its ability to stimulate students to think critically and creatively and act responsibly in all aspects of their lives. The redesigned position of Director of Development and Communications will lead the effort to create a stronger culture of philanthropy at Duke School by planning and implementing a vibrant, diversified fundraising and communications strategy. This position calls for a seasoned fundraiser with major gift and communications experience. Application instructions can be found by clicking here.
Vice President of Development and Marketing, Wake County Boys & Girls Clubs
Founded in 1967, the Wake County Boys & Girls Clubs has a mission to guide and support all young people, especially those from disadvantaged circumstances and in the greatest need. Each year, more than 4,500 young people benefit from year–round programs that are described by many as life–changing. The Wake County Boys & Girls Clubs, considered among the premier nonprofit organizations in the Triangle, is fortunate to have passionate, highly committed staff and Board of Directors. The organization is seeking a dynamic and seasoned Vice President of Development and Marketing to take its fundraising and marketing programs to a new level of success. The Vice President will oversee a five–year growth plan to expand the annual fund and major gift programs. This position calls for a highly motivated and innovative development and marketing professional who is committed to making a significant impact on the lives of thousands of young people. Application instructions and a more detailed job description can be found by clicking here.
Applications will be accepted until May 1, 2013 or until the position is filled.
Director of Development, The Institute for the Arts and Humanities (IAH) at The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
The IAH funds individual and collaborative research, develops faculty leaders and teachers, and builds intellectual community through events that reach faculty, students, and the general public. The Director of Development leads the IAH’s efforts to secure external funding from individual donors and foundations for its programs in service of the faculty of UNC–Chapel Hill’s College of Arts and Sciences, and will work in close partnership with the IAH Director, Executive Director and Assistant Director of Development to establish and achieve financial goals and targets. The IAH is seeking candidates with in–depth knowledge of development theory and practice, strong capacity for networking and ability to secure substantial gifts, and a healthy sense of humor. Application instructions can be found by clicking here.