Job Board

JDRF - Market Director (King of Prussia or Telecommuter)

Posted: 11/16/2020
In partnership with the Chapter Executive Director, Chapter staff, market volunteers and market stakeholders, is responsible for the strategic direction of our market area encompassing Eastern Pennsylvania, Southern New Jersey and Delaware, with a greater focus on Southern New Jersey and Delaware, including but not limited to, achievement of annual net revenue goals; achievement of outcomes as outlined in strategic plan or annual operational plan; recruitment and successful management of talent (staff and volunteers) needed to achieve revenue goals and established outcomes.  
Primary revenue accomplishment is through the execution of targeted donor development, and strategic initiatives necessitating critical collaboration or partnerships with core programs, Leadership Giving.  

  • Responsible for managing a portfolio of business within a specified market area;
  • Owns overall accountability for portfolio success; 
  • Accountable for fundraising success and quality across portfolio of donors and constituents;
  • Active member of the Chapter Executive Team providing overall leadership, mentoring and operational direction to ensure cost-effective and efficient systems;
  • Identifies and develops new business with both existing donors as well as new prospects;  
  • Provides excellent client relationship management to key client stakeholders;  
  • Takes the lead in building or deepening relationships with a portfolio of clients;  
  • Builds a personal brand (in content, process, relationships, etc.) that donors look to for advice and partnership;  
  • Is viewed as a trusted and reliable thought leader and partner to donors;
  • Understands JDRF portfolio of offerings and how those offerings relate to donor needs;  
  • Board development work for identified markets, in partnership with Executive Director: serves as partner to identified Mission Board(s), providing leadership and support in building and implementing annual plans and ensuring the on-going development of a strong, engaged and diverse Mission Board(s). Provides leadership and support attracting and retaining high-impact volunteers. Keeps Board leadership current on all JDRF communications and programs and mobilizes members to achieve personal give and get financial targets;
  • Actively contributes to the management of the business through building of chapter capabilities, support of management decisions, ownership of processes or special projects and identification of potential talent (staff and volunteers);
  • Recruits and empowers high impact volunteers;  
  • Represents the best interests, professionalism and integrity of the chapter and JDRF in all activities and relationships through a unified message of the JDRF mission and a commitment to organizational standards.

  • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience (CFRE a plus) and 7 years of professional fundraising experience, with a clear record of achievement in a complex, mission-driven organization. 5 years in a supervisory capacity preferred. 
  • Record of success in a fundraising leadership role, particularly in large scale event sponsorships (walk, gala, etc.), major gifts ($10,000+) and holistic corporate partnerships.
  • Strong skills in the identification, cultivation, solicitation and on-going stewardship of major individual donors and corporate partners. 
  • Experience in partnering with strong and active volunteer leaders, as is the ability to work successfully with a large network of passionate volunteers. 
  • Existing knowledge of and network of relationships in the territory. 
  • High degree of energy, integrity, courage, empathy, and creativity. High emotional IQ. Superior active listening, analytical, and problem-solving skills. 
  • Ability to inspire, lead, coach and motivate a team; develop and sustain an inclusive and respectful work environment through all interactions with staff and volunteers. 
  • Ability to develop and successfully maintain an extensive network of strategic relationships (donors, volunteers, community partners, etc.) in the local area.
  • Ability to be a passionate spokesperson/representative of JDRF’s mission. High level of comfort communicating complex information (e.g. JDRF research, goals, etc.) to a wide range of audiences. 
  • Highly efficient in time management and can meet deadlines under pressure. 
  • Ability to travel locally required. Occasional overnight travel as needed. 
  • Proficiency in non-profit fiscal and strategic management preferred. 
  • Bilingual in Spanish preferred.
How to Apply
Interested application may apply at

Delaware Hospice - Donor Database Coordinator

Posted: 11/13/2020

Delaware Hospice is actively seeking a full-time Donor Database Coordinator. This is a Statewide position with a schedule of mostly Monday-Friday 8:00am - 4:30pm. This position will require working some nights and weekends.

We invite you to explore a career with Delaware Hospice.

The Donor Database Coordinator is primarily responsible for overseeing and maintaining all daily operations of the Development database Raiser’s Edge NXT and the integrity of that data for import/export purposes. The Donor Database Coordinator processes about 5,000 contributions and acknowledgements annually. Maintains donor and prospect information, and provides reports and support to colleagues as needed. This position will provide support to the development staff by assisting with the creation of reports, developing and delivering User training for the proper use of the database. This position will require working occasional nights and weekends. 

Qualifications:  Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience in database management preferred. Min HS diploma required. Strong project management and research skills required. Proficient in Microsoft Office programs. Advanced skills with Excel and Raiser’s Edge required. Must possess excellent analytical and organizational skills. Strong attention to detail and demonstrated accuracy skills. Ability to communicate effectively with others, promote teamwork, problem solve and interpret and apply institutional policies and procedures. Ability to take initiative to be proactive and self-motivated to complete projects. Ability to maintain confidential information discreetly. Ability to lift 20 pounds. Good customer service skills.
Delaware Hospice cares for our staff with the same commitment we have to our patients. This is reflected in the generous benefits we provide and the opportunities for growth and advancement that we make available to our team. Benefits include:
  • Comprehensive compensation
  • Health, dental, vision, life and disability insurance (starts day 1)
  • Pre-tax healthcare and dependent care flexible spending accounts
  • Mileage reimbursement
  • 403(B) retirement fund with company contribution after 2 years of service
  • Paid time off
  • Reimbursement for certification fees, and tuition assistance
  • Incentive Compensation bonus
  • Employee Assistance Program to you and family members at no cost to you
  • Employee recognition and referral programs
  • Fun contests to promote a healthy lifestyle
How to Apply:
To apply, please go to
Feel free to contact Holly McKenna, HR Generalist at 302-746-4504 or
Delaware Hospice is an equal opportunity employer. We celebrate diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees.
Since 1982, Delaware Hospice has provided the highest quality hospice and healthcare services, and serves as a trusted community partner in end-of-life education and support. Our mission is to support every individual, family, and community with compassionate and expert care for serious illness.
Accredited by the Joint Commission, Delaware Hospice continues to be a licensed, nonprofit, community-based hospice serving Delaware. Now also providing care in Pennsylvania; southern Chester and Delaware counties. We offered healthcare services through our Delaware Hospice, Delaware Palliative, Delaware Transitions, Katybug, Bereavement, and New Hope programs at the Delaware Hospice Center, in private homes, or acute and long term care facilities. For more information about Delaware Hospice’s programs and services, upcoming events, or employment opportunities, call 302-478-5707 or visit our website,

Wilmington Friends School - Constituent Resources Coordinator

Posted: 11/4/2020

Wilmington Friends School, a preschool - 12 Quaker School founded in 1748, seeks an energetic, organized, and affable professional to join the Alumni/Development Office in the role of Constituent Resources Coordinator.  The Constituent Resources Coordinator will serve as the Liaison to the Home and School Association, and will assist in the coordination of ongoing outreach to a variety of constituencies, including alumni, parents of alumni, grandparents, and other friends of the School.  This is a part-time, non-exempt position, requiring approximately 20 hours per week during the school year, with significantly decreased hours required during the summer. 

The position will be available beginning January 2021. Deadline for applications is November 23, 2020.  

  • Serve as the Liaison to the Home and School Association (H&S)
    • Act as liaison between H&S and WFS faculty and staffactive member of the H&S Executive Committee
    • Support community-building events and fundraising activities
    • Recruit and coordinate parent volunteers
    • Ensure H&S committees are operating in a positive, inclusive way and play an active role in helping to solve any issues
    • Compile and input master calendar dates for H&S
    • Produce and send H&S newsletter
    • Maintain H&S online bulletin board and other website updates
  • Assist in the coordination of ongoing outreach to a variety of constituencies
    • Coordinate alumni volunteer and class agent programs, assisting with reunion planning, outreach to classmates, etc. 
    • Contribute written content and other creative material for various print and online publications and social media platforms; produce Grandparent newsletter        
    • Serve on the School’s DEI constituent committee
    • Review and proof publications, event materials, annual appeals, newsletters, and web content
    • Assist with photos and videos as needed 
  • Other duties as assigned by supervisor

The position requires a candidate with strong interpersonal skills, oral and written communication skills, and computer proficiency.  This person should have the ability to work independently and as a member of a team in a fast-paced environment, and be able to prioritize and manage multiple tasks effectively and efficiently.  Project management experience is crucial. Knowledge of Raiser’s Edge and independent school culture is an asset. Candidate must possess the ability to exercise discretion when dealing with sensitive constituent information.  Occasional night and weekend work is required. 
At Wilmington Friends, diversity is integral to our educational objectives and to our mission as a Quaker school. The defining belief of Quakerism is that there is “that of God” in everyone. That belief gives rise to a profound respect for the dignity of each person and an obligation to lead on issues of social justice. Guided by Quaker principles, we seek to build and sustain a community of students, families, faculty, staff, administrators and trustees with a variety of identities—in terms of culture, economic means, ethnicity, gender, nationality, race, religion and sexual orientation.
How to Apply:
Interested candidates should submit a resume, letter of interest, and list of 3 references to Ann Cole, Assistant to the Head of School,

Deadline for applications is November 23, 2020.  

Delaware Center for Horticulture - Grant Support Specialist

Posted: 10/29/2020

The Delaware Center for Horticulture (Wilmington, DE) seeks a qualified, detail-oriented professional to support DCH’s grant-based fundraising goals. The Grant Support Specialist is a part-time (2-3 days/week), non-exempt (hourly) position reporting to the Grants Manager. This position is part of a small team responsible for the full range of grant-based fundraising for the organization. As an integral member of DCH’s advancement team, the Grant Support Specialist will also contribute to fundraising plans to meet the organization’s short- and long-term objectives.
Key responsibilities/goals include:
  • Research, analyze, and identify grants for unrestricted operating revenue and restricted/programmatic opportunities. Review opportunities and make recommendations to Grants Manager. (50%)
  • Maintain grant records in the database, ensuring database/mailing list is accurate. Generate appropriate, targeted acknowledgements for grant awards. (25%)
  • Provide administrative support for the Grants Manager manager; assisting with the timely submittal of contracts and reports, grant proposals, and auditor requests. (25%)
Desired skills and qualifications
  • Conscientious attention to detail.
  • Ability to meet multiple firm deadlines.
  • Working knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel, and relational databases, preferably Fundly (NonprofitEasy) or similar CRM.
  • Strong organizational and communication skills.
  • Effective working as a part of a team as well as independently.
  • Familiarity with using a variety of on-line databases and internet search tools.
  • Bachelor’s degree in a related field desired, but not required.
  • Ability to work remotely during COVID-19-related facility/office closure, including own home computer or laptop.
  • An appreciation of the organization’s mission and work we do
How to Apply:

Please send a cover letter, resume and three professional references to: (please reference Grant Support Specialist in email subject line)
Delaware Center for Horticulture
1810 N. Dupont St.
Wilmington, DE 19806

For information about the Delaware Center for Horticulture’s mission, values and programs, please visit
Applications will be reviewed as they are received. Position open until filled. No phone calls please.