Backed by a community of outstanding legal scholars, students, and 23,000 global alumni, Brooklyn Law School is driving forward to help students meet the demands of a new world of law. One of the School’s greatest strengths is the composition, diversity, and achievements of its faculty, who are gifted teachers in the classroom and renowned scholars and policy shapers in the larger community. Combining traditional course offerings and teaching methodologies with innovative professional skills training courses, Brooklyn Law School’s nationally renowned clinical program, one of the first of its kind, is today one of the country’s most diverse and comprehensive professional skills programs.
Reporting to the Chief Advancement Officer Annie Nienaber, Brooklyn Law School is seeking a highly motivated fundraising professional to build and oversee a metrics-based and donor-centric major gift fundraising program. The ideal candidate will have experience in higher education fundraising, be a motivating manager, and have a record of meeting and exceeding their fundraising goals.
This relationship-focused role will frequently collaborate with faculty, staff, and students to maximize engagement with the goal of increasing philanthropic gifts. Brooklyn Law School is seeking a highly-skilled manager with at least five to seven years of direct experience in major gift fundraising at a higher education institution, with an understanding of the relationship between academic administration, development, alumni relations, events, and external affairs functions.