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Development Manager, Protector Societies and Appeals

Lake George Association, Inc.
New York, United States
Salary Commensurate with experience
Closing date
Dec 30, 2021

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Position Type
Fundraising, Annual Fund, Direct Marketing, Donor Relations, Membership, Other Fundraising, Administrative, Public Relations and Communications
Employment Type
Full Time
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Join a new development team with a strong and experienced leader seeking to build a best practice donor engagement program that will cultivate and steward all constituents committed to protecting Lake George.  

The Lake George Association (LGA) is a private, not-for-profit environmental organization dedicated to protecting the water quality and watershed of Lake George as a world-class natural resource. 

The LGA is seeking a passionate, team-oriented, self-starter with a proven track record of success in non-profit development or related customer relations role. Excellent written and communications skills, detail orientation and proven ability to manage multiple tasks efficiently and comfortably is required.  

Key Responsibilities 

  • Develop and lead the execution of the organization’s Lake Protector recruitment and retention strategy 
  • Manage regular communications (print, electronic and phone) related to Lake Protector engagement, renewal, appeals, marketing collateral, etc.  
  • Recommend and develop new Lake Protector programs and benefits to drive increased participation and retention 
  • Provide input to strategic decisions that affect the functional area of responsibility and give input to organization’s annual budget 
  • Responsible for management of all Lake Protector data, tracking and reporting, including but not limited to:  
    • Updating and maintaining records 
    • Managing recruitment and retention tracking and reports  
    • Collecting and analyzing current, new and potential new constituent information 

 Preferred Qualifications and Experience 

  • Passion for freshwater conservation 
  • Minimum three years of non-profit membership/constituent engagement work 
  • Demonstrated success working collaboratively in a donor-centered environment 
  • Excellent interpersonal, presentation and speaking skills 
  • Strong organizational skills with the ability to prioritize and manage multiple tasks and responsibilities 
  • Demonstrated ability to lead process implementation from inception to completion 
  • Demonstrated skill in relationship management and development 
  • Bachelor’s degree (required) 

Excellent benefits – health, dental, vision and Retirement Plan with company match. Relocation is not provided. 

Please submit a cover letter and resumé to . No calls, please.  

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