Reporting to the Chief Advancement Officer, the Institutional Giving Officer will join a team of five advancement professionals who are part of the intentional and important effort to invigorate and elevate philanthropy for the Center for Jewish History.
The Institutional Giving Officer will play a key role in expanding the Center’s overall fundraising program by taking the lead on expanding corporate sponsorship at the Center and managing a distinct portfolio of private foundations. Equal parts research, coordination, and strategy, this role is ideal for an innovator seeking a place to grow and build their own profile as an outstanding fundraiser in the nonprofit arena while making a tremendous impact for an organization with a high-stakes mission and ambitious plans for the future.
In its 23-year history, the Center for Jewish History has raised $250M and is debt free and mortgage free. The Center has a $13M endowment. Last year, development raised approximately $5M. The overall philanthropic goal for 2023 is to raise $8.3M, with a $2M goal for institutional giving.
This position is remote; the Institutional Giving Officer must be onsite at the Center for Jewish History on 16th Street in New York City for one week of onboarding and onsite quarterly visits.
The salary range for this position is $100,000 - $120,000.