Director of Development
Center for Arts-Inspired Learning
The Director of Development is a key organizational leader responsible for overseeing the design and execution of a strategic fundraising plan coordinated with the annual and long-term organizational goals of the Center for Arts-Inspired Learning (CAL) and its Board of Directors. The Director of Development provides essential development strategy, grants management, and leadership expertise while working collaboratively with the CAL Leadership Team and the Board. S/he is responsible for all efforts to build relationships within the community with the goal of ensuring financial stability and growth for the organization. S/he reports directly to the President & CEO in an office culture of high standards, frequent innovation, and collaborative teamwork.
This individual utilizes existing relationships, extensive knowledge of development strategy, good judgment, discretion, and superior organizational skills to acquire new funding opportunities and continue to renew the current CAL donor base. The ideal Director of Development will be able to work across the organization to coordinate on fundraising strategies and in collaboration with the other CAL teams and staff members to put our best foot forward in garnering support for our work.
This position requires strategic thinking, vision, creativity and the ability to manage and execute operational details. The Director of Development must be comfortable working with the Northeast Ohio philanthropic community and must be energized by securing the funds that enable CAL to achieve its mission and vision and consistently perform at a high level.
Lead and expand a comprehensive fundraising program capable of producing ongoing and long-term support to include:
Salary & Benefits
Resume and cover letter only to: President & CEO, Center for Arts-Inspired Learning, 10917 Magnolia Drive, Cleveland, OH 44106 or email@example.com.
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