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Development Services Manager

Boy Scouts of America – Greater New York Councils, New York City, New York

Since its founding in 1927, the Boy Scouts of America–Greater New York Councils has helped over five million young people become “Prepared for Life.” Serving the five boroughs of Manhattan, Queens, the Bronx, Brooklyn, and Staten Island, the Councils have served 21,000 youth within a total youth population of 680,239; it is one of the few remaining purely urban Scout Councils.

The Opportunity

Boy Scouts of America – Greater New York Councils seeks an innovative and technical expert to serve as the Development Services Manager to provide strategic leadership in areas that support the development functions and to navigate this esteemed organization into the 21st century. Working closely with the Chief Development Officer, the Manager will help modernize development services that support the mission, vision, and advancement of scouting in New York City. The ideal candidate will have a combination of technical experience and expertise in database management, prospect development, and relationship skills to work with staff as they move into this new realm.

If you have been a contributor to a database conversion project, think and work strategically and proactively with technology to enhance fundraising, and are well networked in the advancement services community, please consider applying for this opportunity. This is a hybrid position that requires a few days a week in the NYC office.

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