Friday, September 23, 2011

Nonprofit Career Round-Up: 9/23/2011

  • Senior Sales Representative at Interactive Systems, Inc: Interactive Systems Inc. (ISI) is seeking a Senior level Sales Representative to help grow sales in the Washington D.C., Metro area. As a Senior Sales Representative, you will be responsible for selling Fundraising/Membership Management Software Solutions to a wide variety of organizations such as: Charitable Organizations, Social Service Organizations, Foundations, Museums and Cultural Organizations, Trade and Business Associations, Professional Societies, Regulatory Bodies, Civil and Social Associations, Unions and more.
  • Manager, Online Marketing at American Humane Association: Responsible for organizing, implementing and managing a comprehensive Interactive Media-based program of soliciting gifts electronically (online and through emerging technologies such as mobile marketing or social media). Duties range from broad-based website driven initiatives to customized approaches for major gift prospects. The Manager, Online Communications and ePhilanthropy position is charged with increasing online and mobile donations.
  • Development Assistant Director at Washington State University Foundation: Development Assistant Director/Regional Major Gift Officer, Washington State University. Positions assigned to this class serve as the primary fund raisers for $1,000-$25,000 donors as well as major gift donors and are responsible for establishing the goals and objectives in the assigned region in conjunction with the Director of the Regional program. Responsible for increasing the level of support for the University from individuals, corporations, and foundations, the incumbent will drive the regional fundraising efforts in California, New York, and other areas as assigned.

1 comment:

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