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The National Audubon Society is seeking a highly motivated, environmental enthusiast to serve as Manager for our mid-level giving program, the Great Egret Society. The Great Egret Society was established in late 2017 and has grown to comprise around 6,500 members.
The successful candidate will oversee the planning and execution of the mid-level strategy, including donor cultivation and stewardship, in addition to identifying opportunities to grow the program and take it to the next level. The Manager will serve as the main point of contact for donors in the mid-level program and those interested in joining the program.
This position will report to the Senior Director, Direct Response and work in collaboration with other members of the direct response team.
The position is traditionally headquartered in NYC, however we will consider remote positions, with NYC and DC preferred.