• Leadership Giving Director

    DOVE (Domestic Violence Ended), Inc.
    Job Description
    The Opportunity
    As DOVE celebrates our 40th Anniversary of preventing violence in our community, we are seeking a dynamic and strategic Leadership Giving Director, who is fired up about our important work, to build a comprehensive leadership giving program to expand philanthropic support to grow DOVE’s impact.
    A first of such positions for DOVE’s growing development shop, this 60%-100% FTE position will oversee our leadership fundraising strategy, with an emphasis on stewardship and support of current donors, as well as identifying, cultivating, and securing new donors. She/He/They will work as part of a team to focus communications and marketing activities to ensure that we raise DOVE’s visibility and increase philanthropic support.
    The Leadership Giving Director reports to the Executive Director and will work closely with the Director of Development & Communications as well as the Board of Directors to support their involvement in fundraising.
    Starting Date: Summer, 2018
    Headquarters: Quincy, MA
    To learn more, see full position posting and other info on DOVE on our website: www.dovema.org

    How to Join Our Team
    To apply, send a resume and thoughtful cover letter, outlining how your skills and experience meet the qualifications of the position and stating how you heard about this opportunity, both in Word format, addressed to Sue Chandler, Executive Director, sue.chandler@dovema.org . Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis with the goal of filling the position for start date in Summer, 2018.
    This position is based in Quincy, MA, with regular travel required in Boston and the greater South Shore area. Full background check required. Travel using a personal vehicle is required in carrying out the essential duties and responsibilities; expenses will be reimbursed. Some night work and occasional weekend is required.
    Compensation and Benefits: DOVE offers competitive compensation and benefits and the opportunity to be part of a dedicated team. DOVE is committed to working for social and economic justice, working with engaged and dedicated colleagues, and providing and ensuring training and education in best practices as well as professional development opportunities. As an organization we hold openness to innovation, and we seek the opportunity and resources to do meaningful, impactful work.
    DOVE’s Mission
    DOVE is committed to partnering with diverse communities, families, and individuals impacted by domestic violence.  We promote hope, healing, safety, and social change by providing a broad range of preventive and responsive services.
    DOVE’s Statement of Welcome & Affirmation
    DOVE provides services to individuals impacted by domestic violence and welcomes refugee and immigrant survivors both documented and undocumented, people with disabilities, people who are deaf or hard of hearing, people of color, and LGBQ/T and gender non-conforming individuals.
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