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Members are invited to share open positions with fundraising and advancement services professionals through the California Community Colleges.

Recruiting? Please email your job posting, specifying the closing date, to info@ncccfweb.org. Jobs will be posted within one business day of receipt.

 

Date Title Description Information
7/12/2022 Foundation Development Coordinator

Orange Coast College Foundation (OCC Foundation) has an opening for a full-time Foundation Coordinator position. The OCC Foundation is one of California’s high performing community college foundation and this is an exciting opportunity. The Foundation has over $45 million in assets and last year received gifts valued at over $7.5 million. The professional chosen for the position will have the opportunity to work on a wide range of projects and assignments in a philanthropically generous community.

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5/9/2022 Chief Development Officer

The SBCC Foundation is seeking a Chief Development Officer to join our strong and growing team. With assets of approximately $90 million and a full-time staff of twelve, our next Chief Development officer will play a crucial role in leading the SBCC Foundation to the next level.

The Chief Development Officer leads the fundraising work of the SBCC Foundation through strategic thinking, relationship-building, and team management. As a member of the executive team, they partner with the Foundation leadership to ensure that that the SBCC Foundation continues to grow and stretch to serve the evolving needs of our college and community.

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6/21/2022 Director of Development

Los Angeles City College Foundation is a non-profit, tax-exempt 501(c)(3) corporation that was established in 1968 to increase the educational opportunities for students of Los Angeles City College by managing existing funds and raising new funds for a broad assortment of academic scholarships, programs and initiatives.

The Director of Development is responsible for the planning and implementation of programs and projects that strategically engage community members, including alumni. Serving as an ambassador, the Director of Development is charged with securing commitments from alumni, emeriti , and other individual donors to provide support for students, faculty and special initiatives; professional expertise and volunteer service; collaborating with faculty members and various department staff to create and maintain pathways for community and alumni participation that advance the goals of the institution; work with the Executive Director to identify, cultivate, solicit and provide stewardship for donors.

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