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Chief Development Officer - Brewster, NY, US

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Bachelor's Degree
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3+ years
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$80000.00 - $90000.00
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Full Time Regular
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Chief Development Officer Description Chief Development Officer LOCATION: Brewster, NY REPORTS TO Executive Director STATUS: full-time SALARY 80,000 - 90,000 annually SPACE on Ryder Farm, a nonprofit residency program and organic farm, seeks its first full-time Chief Development Officer (CDO) to join the team at a critical moment in the life of the organization. After eleven years, SPACES Co-Founder and Executive Director, Emily Simoness, will be stepping down from the ED role this September. The Chief Development Officer will be a critical part of this transition, working closely with the Executive Director to steward individual relationships with SPACEs existing donors and serve as the point person for foundations both during the transition and after. The roles other chief responsibility will be event creation and execution. A key leadership team member and active participant in executing strategic decisions for the organization, the Chief Development Officer will work closely with SPACE s senior leadership and the organizations Board of Directors to usher the organization into its next phase which will focus on the organizations anti-racism commitment, implementation of its Strategic Plan and financial sustainability. Throughout the transition the Chief Development Officer will work with SPACEs current Executive Director, Interim Executive Director and finally the organizations new Executive Director. This position is responsible for all fundraising and development activities. Areas of responsibility include Individual Giving Board Development and Giving Foundation Giving Cultivation and Fundraising Events Government Giving Corporate Partnerships INDIVIDUAL BOARD GIVING With the Executive Director identify, cultivate and steward major gift prospects Work hand-in-hand with senior leadership to manage relationships during the Executive Director transition Work closely with the Board of Directors and support Board members as they take on a more active fundraising role Manage individual donor portfolios. FOUNDATION, GOVERNMENT CORPORATE GIVING Design, implement and manage foundation, government and corporate giving strategies Approve all foundation, corporate and government grant proposals In coordination with the Chief Operating Officer, oversee the Development team on budgeting and tracking of contributed revenue, and the creation of budgets and financial materials for grant proposals and reports SPECIAL EVENTS Work with the Development Committee of SPACEs Board of Directors to craft the vision for SPACEs annual event calendar; Responsible for the creation and execution of fundraising and cultivation events throughout the year; Responsible for meeting, tracking and reconciling revenue goals for the organizations events. MANAGEMENT AND STRATEGY

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SPACE on Ryder Farm

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