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CHIEF DEVELOPMENT OFFICER
Hadassah, the Women’s Zionist
Organization of America (HWZOA)
www.hadassah.org P New York, New York
HWZOA, the preeminent, volunteer Jewish women’s
membership organization committed to improving the
quality of life for the people of Israel and strengthening
Jewish life in the United States seeks a new
Chief Development Officer.
As the senior professional in the Development Division, the Chief Development Officer will provide leadership and direction in the development and implementation of
all fundraising activities with an emphasis on enhancing major gift development domestically and internationally, including Israel. Serving as the central strategist and
tactician for HWZOA’s fundraising efforts, this individual will create new directions and
programs to continue to capture current as well as future generations of donors. The
Chief Development Officer oversees a staff of 75.
Historically, the Development function at HWZOA has been volunteer-led and staff-supported. However, with today’s younger generation of women engaged in professional careers, HWZOA recognizes the need to transition its development effort to
staff-driven with strong volunteer partnership. Driving this transition will be a key priority of the Chief Development Officer.
We seek a talented senior professional for this important position who is committed to
and passionate about HWZOA’s mission and understands the complexity of Israel.
The Chief Development Officer must possess outstanding leadership, interpersonal
and diplomatic skills. Experience in the development and implementation of a broad-based fundraising program including personally opening doors, cultivation and successfully closing major gifts is essential. The Chief Development Officer must have
a minimum of 15 years fundraising experience, preferably on a national and/or international level, although significant fundraising experience gained at the local level is
The successful candidate must be a strategic, take charge leader with a solid business sense and global view. The candidate’s previous experience must reflect demonstrated leadership success, as well as strategic planning, management and administrative experience. Candidates may come from senior fundraising roles in Jewish
philanthropic, healthcare, academic or other not-for-profit organizations. Candidates
from the corporate sector, who possess the requisite skills, also will be considered.
This position requires travel domestically and internationally, including Israel, approximately 20% of the time. A bachelor’s degree is required. A generous compensation package will be provided to the successful candidate.
Please respond with resume and cover letter of interest to: Ann Kern, Managing
Director, and Joan Sherry, Senior Engagement Manager, Korn/Ferry International. Email: Hadassahcdo@kornferry.com An Equal Opportunity Employer M/F/D/V
Founded in 1769 and located in scenic Hanover, New Hampshire, Dartmouth is the nation’s ninth
oldest college. A member of the Ivy League, Dartmouth is a private, four-year, coeducational
undergraduate college with graduate schools of business, engineering and medicine and 16 graduate
programs in the arts and sciences. Dartmouth’s mission is to educate the most promising students and
to prepare them for a lifetime of learning and of responsible leadership, through a faculty dedicated
to teaching and the creation of knowledge.
Dartmouth invites applications from individuals seeking professional growth and challenge as part
of a fast-paced, innovative Advancement team. We offer competitive compensation along with the
opportunity to live in a region rich with the cultural sophistication of an Ivy League community that
offers a number of recreational activities on a year-round basis.
Associate Director, Donor Events: Responds to specific Development objectives to
strategically cultivate, recognize and steward high-level donors by creating and implementing high-level, donor focused events and activities. Search on position #0702600.
Managing Director, Dartmouth College Fund Fellows Program: Responsible
for securing and stewarding unrestricted gifts from individuals believed capable of making five and
six-figure gifts through the Dartmouth College Fund in support of the Board of Trustees priorities for
the institution. Search on position #1010637.
Associate Director, Individual & Class Giving: Responsible for raising annual
funds personally and through alumni volunteers from a portfolio of classes. This includes goal
setting, strategic planning, volunteer management and responsibility for cultivation, solicitation and
stewardship activities. Search on position #0697500.
Call Center Program Manager: Responsible for managing the Dartmouth College Fund’s
Call Center and automated student calling program and providing on-site management of 100-125
student callers charged with soliciting gifts and pledges from our alumni. Call shift hours include
evening and weekend call shifts (Sunday through Thursday from 12 p.m. – 9 p.m.). Search on position
Donor Relations Officer, Leadership Giving: Researches and writes gift proposals for
donors, proposes and implements cultivation and engagement strategies, and stewards donor gifts.
Search on position #0522701.
For your convenience, Dartmouth College is pleased to provide an online application process for you
at http://jobs.dartmouth.edu. Please search on the position numbers listed above. If you have any
questions regarding our online process, please call 603-646-3411. For further information, contact the
Executive Office at 603-646-2304 or e-mail: email@example.com.
Dartmouth is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.