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Director of Development and Communications

Project FIND

Founded in 1969, Project FIND's mission is to provide low- and moderate- income and homeless older adults on Manhattan's West Side with the basic support and services they need to enrich the quality of their lives and live independently in the community for as long as possible. Project FIND has a staff of 92 and is governed by a 14-member Board of Directors. Project FIND's $10 million operating budget is comprised of income from a variety of sources, including rental income and property management fees, government contracts, individual and foundation support, as well as in-kind contributions.

Salary up to the low $80's based on qualifications, excellent benefits.

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Reporting to the Executive Director, the Director of Fundraising and Communications will plan and implement all aspects of the organization’s development and communications program. The Director of Fundraising and Communications will supervise the Director of Special Projects and receive assistance in grant reporting, donor acknowledgement and direct mail from the Human Resources Coordinator. S/he will also supervise consultants who curate content for the organization’s website and newsletter, as well as provide webmaster services.

The majority of Project FIND’s income is derived from its housing operations and long-term government contracts, so the Director of Fundraising and Communications will initially be responsible for an annual fundraising goal of approximately $300,000. With dedication, creativity, and the strategic use of communications, there will be abundant opportunity to diversify and increase Project FIND’s income. This position offers an ideal opportunity for an exceptional fundraising professional early in their career who is interested in building a comprehensive development and communications program.

The Director of Fundraising and Communications should have at least five years of successful, hands-on and broad based experience within a comprehensive fundraising and communications program in an organization with a reputation for quality and excellence; experience in the field of aging is desirable but not required.

To apply for the position, please submit a substantive cover letter and current resume to:

Richard Maranda



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