Aspen Leadership Group is pleased to announce an opening for a
Reporting to the Vice President for Search Management, the Search
Consultant will work closely with Senior Consultants to create and
refine candidate pools across a portfolio of searches and establish
rapport with ALG candidates and network members through personal
and tailored contact, including email, social media, telephone, and
video conferencing. As a partner in each search, the Search
Consultant will maintain frequent, regular, and clear communication
with Senior Consultants across a diverse portfolio of searches and
equip them to engage in well-informed consultation with clients.
The Search Consultant will serve as an active, engaged member of
the Search Management Team.
The Search Consultant will contribute to the success and growth of
ALG by building and maintaining strong relationships with current
and aspiring philanthropy professionals across the nation and
around the globe. The Search Consultant will assist these
professionals in navigating thoughtful and productive career paths.
They will draw on years of success in building long-term
relationships with donors and apply those skills in building
lasting talent management partnerships with candidates.
The successful candidate should possess deep knowledge of the field
of philanthropy. With experience as a successful fundraiser and as
a member of fundraising teams, the Search Consultant will craft
outreach strategies that result in diverse talent pools and act as
a career counselor and advisor to candidates and prospective
candidates. The Search Consultant will interact with candidates as
peers, rather than simply as recruiters. They will bring their full
expertise to each engagement, leading to more robust discussions
and lasting outcomes.
ALG is a national network of fundraising leaders. ALG builds
enduring and productive relationships with individuals pursuing
careers in philanthropy and with leaders of organizations engaged
in philanthropy. ALG's search services focus on building a team and
a culture that enable an organization to engage all of its
potential donors and volunteers. Consistent with that inclusive
approach, ALG is committed to fostering, cultivating, and
preserving a culture of diversity and inclusion, both in our own
company and in partnership with our clients and the individuals we
serve. Since our establishment, we have built lasting, deep
partnerships with numerous organizations as advisory board members,
volunteer chairs, presenting and attending conferences, and meeting
with leaders as they build their capacity. ALG empowers advancement
teams to change approaches and behaviors and drive unprecedented
fundraising results. In short, working at ALG gives accomplished
and passionate philanthropy professionals a national platform for
influence and impact on fundraising talent in the world of
This position requires at least ten years of
fundraising/advancement/development experience within the nonprofit
sector. Frontline fundraising experience is a plus.
The salary for this position is $100,000 annually. Benefits include
401K with automatic 3% company contribution (no match
required); medical coverage through UnitedHealthcare; basic life
insurance; short-term and long-term disability; 11 paid company
holidays; and 18 days of paid vacation.
ALG is a national firm whose employees operate within virtual
office space nationwide. There is some travel, including to
relevant professional conferences, trainings, and corporate
All applications must be accompanied by a cover letter and résumé.
Cover letters should be responsive to the responsibilities and
preferred qualifications stated in the
prospectus. Applications should be
received by May 24, 2022.