The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP), a 501(C)(3) nonprofit and the nation’s preeminent civil and human rights organization, seeks an entrepreneurial, results-oriented Director of Major Gifts.  The Director of Major Gifts will help develop a comprehensive giving revenue strategy for the NAACP that will impact growth over the next several years. She/he must have exceptional organizational and administrative skills, with the ability to plan, set and meet goals and objectives and follow-through. The Director of Major Gifts should have strong interpersonal skills and have an entrepreneurial and creative approach to development, as well as a genuine affinity for the mission and values of the NAACP. He/she should also be comfortable in a fast-paced environment that has experienced rapid growth and ongoing change. The overall ability to set, pursue, and attain achievable goals is a key quality.

The Director of Major Gifts is a member of the development team, reporting to the Executive Vice President of Development.  Together, he/she works closely with the Executive Vice of Development to sustain current fundraising initiatives and to develop strategies to broaden the fundraising potential of the NAACP. The Director of Major Giving works closely with Finance, Foundation Board, Executive Vice President of Development, the NAACP Executive, and Board office.

This is a full-time position located in Baltimore, MD, Washington, DC, or New York City, NY. Click here to learn more and apply.