Bighorn Basin Paleontological Institute—Director of Institutional Development (Part-Time)

Bighorn Basin Paleontological Institute—Director of Institutional Development (Part-Time)

This Deadline Expired: Friday, January 18, 2019

The BBPI is seeking a Director of Institutional Development (DID) to lead their ambitious fundraising efforts. The position requires the person to be innovative and open to new ideas, to find new audiences while building on the existing base of support, and to bring a clear vision and direction to all fundraising efforts, all while honoring and advancing the BBPI’s mission, vision, and founding principles. The DID must also develop and implement financial resource development that present and promote the BBPI’s image to the public and supporters.

The DID will primarily oversee the grant writing activities (~90%) and donor development (~10%) activities of the BBPI, and in doing so, must work closely with the Executive Director to develop specific philanthropy goals that compliment and advance their scientific and educational ambitions and objectives.   

Location: Tri-state Philadelphia region. (May consider candidates located in Montana)

Salary & Hours: Up to 25 hours/week at $25/hour. Highly flexible schedule. Work from home.

ESSENTIAL RESPONSIBILITIES

PROFESSIONAL REQUIREMENTS
The ideal candidate is someone who takes initiative to independently identify, develop, and implement necessary tasks and projects, and will be detail and goal-oriented and creative, with advanced and demonstrated critical thinking skills.  He/she will also have experience and interest in creating and building a development office for a new and growing nonprofit organization.  More specifically, the ideal candidate will have:    

All candidates MUST have:

The following items must be submitted no later than Friday, January 18, 2019:

Please send resumes and inquiries to:
Jason Schein, Executive Director
JSchein@BBPI.org
3959 Welsh Rd., Ste 208
Willow Grove, PA 19090

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Matthew Borgen's recent work utilizes imagery from comic books published during the mid-20th century — the genre’s so-called…

Matthew Borgen's recent work utilizes imagery from comic books published during the mid-20th century — the genre’s so-called golden age. Using their visual conventions, nostalgic aura, and narrative…

Matthew Borgen's recent work utilizes imagery from comic books published during the mid-20th century — the genre’s so-called golden age. Using their visual conventions, nostalgic aura, and narrative structure in combination…

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