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NPR is seeking a Member Station Lead who will collaborate with
NPR’s vast network of Member Stations to grow philanthropic support
for the network. The lead will directly support station fundraising
teams with one-on-one advising, tools, and resources to grow their
own fundraising programs, and by developing opportunities for
collaborative major gifts. This position reports directly to the
NPR Network Lead.
- Lead NPR Development’s Member Station strategy and support
philanthropic growth at all levels of NPR.
- Build relationships with station fundraising teams and General
- Serve as fundraising resource to all station colleagues,
sharing best practices and supporting station needs. Provide
support for station fundraising teams to strengthen and grow
fundraising programs across the network.
- Collaborate directly with stations to identify, qualify,
cultivate, solicit, and steward collaborative major gift
- Manage relationships with collaborative prospects and donors in
partnership with station colleagues.
- With other NPR teams, develop webinars, roundtables, and
training opportunities to share fundraising best practices and
highlight examples within the system of high performing teams.
- With other NPR teams, develop multi-platform collateral and
events to support station fundraising efforts.
- Build and reinforce a culture of encouragement, respect and
open communication promoting a collegial environment that
encourages teamwork and thrives on diverse backgrounds and
- Cultivate and promote diversity, equity, and inclusion in the
- Perform other duties as assigned.
EDUCATION: Bachelor’s Degree
- Commitment to NPR’s mission, the broader public radio
landscape, and high-quality journalism.
- Minimum of 7 years of progressive experience in donor services,
including deep expertise in relationship management and major gift
- Experience with general fundraising best practices and digital
- Experience working with technology to advance donor
- Ability to effectively engage and strategize with various
- Experience within the media industry.
- Experience within the media industry.
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