The National Director of Donor Relations and Special Projects will be responsible for the direction of those two key functions within the Development team. The two functions operate separately but are related, and the development of structures to support a climate of cooperation, collaboration, and partnership within a national framework will be a key initial objective for the role. The National Director will oversee the Donor Relations team in the development and execution of a robust stewardship program. The National Director will oversee the Special Projects teams in the planning and execution of events across the country.
Preferred home location for this position will be NRDC headquarters in New York, but frequent travel to all US major offices is a requirement of the position.
The Director will operate in a leadership role in the Development Department, and as such will be expected to advance the department’s goal of building a strategic and highly successful development program that affirms NRDC’s mission and supports its ongoing programmatic successes and future growth.
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