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GNH Community Loan Fund seeks Director of Development/Administration

SUMMARY:  Primary responsibility for raising operating funds for $900,000 annual budget. Research grant opportunities; conduct grant writing and reporting. Solicit, cultivate and maintain individual and corporate donors and investors. Organize and oversee fundraising and friendraising events. Conduct all marketing and communications to support fundraising activities including website, newsletters and annual report. Coordinate and prepare quarterly reports to donors, investors and grantors. Coordinate community development breakfast series and other events as required.

 

Director of Development and Administration works closely with the Executive Director, Board of Directors, Development Committee and other volunteers and will be responsible for all aspects of development and communications including:

 

  • Grant research and writing
  • Timely and accurate grant reporting
  • Investor recruitment, renewal, relations
  • Donor solicitation – direct mail annual appeal, special campaigns
  • Special events coordination – Community Breakfast series, Good Egg Awards dinner, etc.
  • Public relations including press, publications, newsletter, web site maintenance

 

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES REQUIRED

 

  • Successful track record in all aspects of fundraising
  • Excellent writer
  • Excellent relational and communication skills
  • Experience with financial planning and income projections
  • Excellent data maintenance
  • Organized, self-directed and detail-driven and able to meet deadlines

 

The above is not intended to describe the general content of and requirements for the performance of this job. It is not to be construed as an exhaustive statement of essential functions, responsibilities and requirements.

 

Salary is competitive with nonprofits of similar size. 

 

To Apply

 Please send resume, cover letter, and salary history to: Carla Weil, Greater New Haven Community Loan Fund, 171 Orange Street, New Haven, CT 06510 or carla@gnhclf.org .  For information about the Loan Fund please see our website at www.gnhclf.org.

           

The GNHCLF is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

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