Business Development & Fundraising Manager – chalkbeat.org

National Association of Charter School Authorizers
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The Business Development & Fundraising Manager will help the National Association of Charter School Authorizers    (NACSA) create more effective educational options driven by family aspirations and a more diverse field by securing financial contributions that enable the organization to grow and maximize its impact. By managing NACSA’s grants program and helping to grow the organization’s philanthropic funding and new business revenue, they will be a key player in meeting NACSA’s financial and strategic plan goals.
NACSA’S MISSION
NACSA advances and strengthens the ideas and practices of authorizing so students and communities – especially those who are historically under-resourced – thrive. Quality authorizing is key in determining the type, quality, and equity of educational opportunities afforded to students and communities. Over time, the quality of schools that students and communities access has everything to do with the decisions authorizers make.
NACSA works to improve authorizing by developing and growing the authorizing profession, shaping state and federal charter policies, and building an evidence base to improve educational opportunities for students and communities.
ROLE AND MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES
Oversee and grow NACSA’s grants program.
Help with board engagement and execution of board meetings.
Source and secure new, fee-for-service, business opportunities.
The Business Development & Fundraising Manager is expected to spend 50 percent of their time on new business development and 50 percent of their time on philanthropic fundraising/grants management. While this role has a direct reporting relationship with the Director of Strategic Partnerships, they will work closely with NACSA’s CEO and Managing Director, Consulting Services.
DOES THIS SOUND LIKE YOU?
Your drive for students, especially those who are being underserved, runs deep.
You enjoy writing and excel in written communications.
You are a natural project manager, sweat the details, and own your work.
You have a constant need for achievement and accomplishment.
You cultivate and strengthen relationships with ease and enjoyment.
EXPERIENCE
ALL STAFF MEMBERS DEMONSTRATE ALIGNMENT WITH NACSA’S VALUES
COMPENSATION & BENEFITS
The Business Development & Fundraising Manager will earn a salary between $70,000 and $80,000 commensurate with experience. We take a data-driven approach to our compensation strategy so all employees are paid competitively and equitably.
LOCATION
NACSA operates in a completely virtual work environment except for occasional organizational events such as all-staff retreats, holiday parties, and our annual conference (when it is safe to convene in person).
Bureaus: Chicago. Job Categories: Full-Time. Job Types: Operations / Administration. Salaries: 60,000 – 80,000.
Starting at $149 for 30 days

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