Employment Opportunities

Director of Development

Under the general direction of the President & CEO, the Director of Development plays an essential role in expanding the overall donor base and building long-term strategic capacity for the organization's fundraising efforts.

 

The Director of Development will plan, develop, and implement a comprehensive fundraising program to generate private support from individual, corporate, and foundation giving.  As a constant representative of Children's Fund and a leader for the organization, the Director of Development must be passionate about aiding at-risk children and articulate that passion in a manner that inspires others to support and contribute to the organization's efforts and programs. This dynamic leader will position Children's Fund as a "charity of choice" and help to create and lead a culture of philanthropy for the organization.

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To Apply

To be considered for this position, you must apply at Indeed.com AND send a completed and signed Children’s Fund Application  to Beth Spalding at jobs@childrensfund.org by 5 p.m., November 29, 2021.  Initial screening and interviews may be scheduled prior to the closing date, as qualified candidates are received.​

What We Offer

Your benefits will include a competitive compensation plan and paid time-off benefit. After 60 days you may enroll in Children’s Fund's Health & Welfare benefit plans, depending on eligibility.  We also offer a SIMPLE IRA Savings Plan, with company match. We look forward to reviewing with you the specific benefits you would receive as a Children’s Fund employee. This information is provided as a highlight of the major benefits offered to most full-time team members - this is not a full summary plan description.

COVID-19

Due to the current COVID-19 (Corona virus) outbreak, Children's Fund has implemented temporary, remote work arrangements for employees whose job duties are conducive to working from home. However, Children's Fund's positions require the employee to be physically present in the workplace, following a modified work schedule.  All employees are defined as essential personnel.  These arrangements are expected to be short-term, and Children's Fund will continue to monitor guidance from health officials and the need for remote work arrangements.  Employees should not assume any specific period for tele-work, and Children's Fund may require employees to return to regular, in-office work.