National Review Institute seeks a full-time Regional Development Officer who will be responsible for meeting targeted fundraising goals, actively identifying and helping pursue all giving opportunities with individual donors and major donor prospects in the defined targeted region. The ideal candidate for this position has a minimum of three to five years fundraising experience and is organized, self-motivated, entrepreneurial, and fervently supportive of the conservative principles that William F. Buckley Jr. championed. Knowledge of and a commitment to the broader conservative movement, an understanding of William F. Buckley Jr.’s legacy, and familiarity with NR magazine—its writers, content, and historical significance—is also important. As a representative of NRI, the Regional Development Officer will lead donor meetings and attend and assist with NRI donor and program events, as well as attend select conferences, community events, and other organizational meetings to establish and cultivate donor relationships.
The Senior Development Associate is responsible for identifying, securing and maintaining a caseload of donors inone of the following target regions: Southwest, Southeast, or Midwest. The anticipated caseload for each region generates base revenues of $1 million annually. He/she will be challenged through performance based incentives to exceed this goal in a manner that builds long-term relationships to increase annual giving over time.