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Posted January 4, 2017
Director, Donor Relations
Museum of Science
Boston, Massachusetts

Under the direction of the Executive Director of Development the Director of Donor Relations leads a team in the strategic planning, coordination and implementation of a thoughtful and creative stewardship plan that serves the needs of MOS’s frontline fundraisers, donors and prospects. In this highly visible, collaborative role, the Director is a driving force in keeping stewardship top of mind so that fundraisers can focus on raising the philanthropic investments so crucial to MOS’s future. The Director manages the Donor Relations team in creating, administering and executing approximately 50 events per year, including several high profile events for Major Gifts, Planned Giving, and other high level constituents. S/he takes the lead in planning, coordinating, and managing assigned events including coordination with other Museum departments/vendors and works to secure all external vendors associated with each assigned event. She/he leads the planning and administration of several high profile Leadership Gifts events for major and planned giving constituents, including cultivation receptions, stewardship dinners. This position is full-time, 40-hrs/wk, Monday-Friday. To apply, please visit

Posted December 12, 2016
Development & Marketing Director
Science Central
Fort Wayne, Indiana

Hiring a self-motivated, organized individual to direct development, grant writing, fundraising events, advertising, and public relations. This is a senior-level position reporting to the executive director. Requires significant experience, high-level writing skills, ability to multi-task, and develop community/regional funding sources. A “hands-on” position, doing as well as directing. Research, write, review and monitor grants; write interim and final grant reports; update the databases; sponsorships with businesses; manage fundraising events (gala, golf, etc.); develop newsletters, brochures, press releases; coordinate media partnerships; maintain web site and social media; supervise 3 staff.

Must have a background in fundraising and marketing; ability to multi-task and work in a high-paced, high-stress, high-visibility regional nonprofit; team-oriented; sense of humor; flexibility with changing priorities and schedules. Ability to drive, valid License. $35,000/year, full time, full benefits. Send cover letter; resume; application; grant, press release, newsletter and brochure examples, and professional references to HR Director More information and formal application process at