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As a key member of a fast-paced Development team, the Development Communications manager will work closely with fundraising and program staff at all levels to create persuasive proposals, stewardship reports, PowerPoint presentations, and other communications to engage Principal and Major donors. This highly collaborative role requires a seasoned professional with a good understanding of what information is most important to funders—and the ability to sift through material and ask the right questions in order to get it. S/he will often play a key role in shaping the overall framing and messaging for how we present Audubon’s work to funders, and must be creative, thoughtful, resourceful, and strategic as well as a very strong writer.
S/he will be responsible for managing projects from start to finish, including strategy development; securing needed information from program staff; writing, revising, and editing copy; and managing Audubon graphic design staff and vendors to produce polished, attractive materials that Audubon Senior Staff, including the CEO, will share with existing and current funders.
While the primary focus for this position will be Principal and Major Gifts fundraising efforts, the successful candidate will also provide grant writing and other support for Institutional Giving and other Audubon staff and departments as needed.
Audubon seeks a dynamic leader to serve as the Vice President & Executive Director of Audubon Alaska, leading the organization to its next level of conservation impact and sustained financial support. The leader will build on a rich four-decade history of conservation activities and achievements, and expand Audubon Alaska’s reputation and contributions to conservation in Alaska, the Pacific Flyway, and nationally.
The Vice President & Executive Director will exercise broad leadership and management responsibility in developing and executing statewide conservation strategies, initiatives, and public programming. These will include working closely with Audubon Alaska’s state advisory board, staff and chapters, and with Audubon’s national conservation team, to develop Alaska programs in tandem with strategic regional and national priorities, including Audubon Alaska’s evolving role within growing Pacific Flyway programming.
David Secord of Barnacle Strategies is conducting this search on an exclusive basis on behalf of the National Audubon Society. All inquiries and applications should be sent by email to AudubonAlaskaEDSearch@gmail.com. To apply, please submit a single PDF file, including a cover letter outlining your interest and qualifications, a brief bio, and your resume/CV with “Audubon Alaska - VP & ED” in the subject line. Priority will be given to complete files received by August 20th, 2018. Although the search team will begin reviewing files after that date, the position will remain open until filled.
Audubon seeks a dynamic leader to serve as the Vice President and Executive Director of Audubon Minnesota and Upper Mississippi River, leading the organization to its next level of conservation and fiscal success. The leader will build on the rich history of conservation and expand Audubon Minnesota’s contributions to conservation across Minnesota and throughout the Great Lakes and Upper Mississippi Flyway.
The Vice President and Executive Director will exercise broad leadership and management responsibility in developing statewide conservation strategies, initiatives, and public programming. This will include working closely with the Audubon regional Advisory Boards of Directors and staff, and Audubon’s key national conservation leaders to continue to develop the state program in tandem with strategic regional and national priorities, including Audubon Minnesota’s evolving role with the Great Lakes and Upper Mississippi Flyway.
The position will report directly to Rebeccah Sanders, Vice President, Great Lakes and Upper Mississippi Flyway and Senior Advisor to the Chief Conservation Officer.