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Advocacy, Policy + Social Enterprise

Chief Development Officer

Combined Arms , Remote or Houston, Texas

Combined Arms brings together veteran-focused nonprofits and agencies and communities across the nation committed to serving those who served. These 300-plus best-in-class organizations provide more than 1,500 resources that empower veterans to lead the successful civilian lives they want, making communities stronger than ever.

Combined Arms unites local, state, and federal agencies as well as nonprofits, academic institutions, corporations, and community-based organizations. By bringing these entities together under one veteran coordination and referral system, Combined Arms drives efficiency, accountability, and inter-agency collaboration. This collaborative effort aims to advance health outcomes for veteran and military families across the nation, encompassing physical, mental, social, and financial well-being.

The Opportunity

Combined Arms seeks a Chief Development Officer (CDO) who is a driven leader with strong fundraising skills. The CDO will take a visionary approach to management, strategic planning, and collaboration as they build partnerships that advance the mission of Combined Arms.

Current and future philanthropic partnerships are critical for Combined Arms to support over 16.5 million veterans in the United States. To broaden the scope of this impact, the CDO will form relationships with people and organizations on a national scale to ensure even more veterans and their families have access to resources to successfully transition to civilian life.

The ideal candidate will have a passion for service and display a clear connection to the mission of Combined Arms. As a staunch advocate and representative of the people served by Combined Arms, the CDO will put veterans at the center of every aspect of their work, from day-to-day operations to long-term strategic planning.

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