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Director of Major and Planned Gifts

New Hampshire Public Radio
Concord, New Hampshire

New Hampshire Public Radio (NHPR) fosters civil discourse by producing and distributing objective, in-depth reporting and engaging content. Since 1981, NHPR has been New Hampshire’s independent and trusted source for news and information. The exclusive outlet for NPR news in the granite state, NHPR is the choice of more than 177,000 listeners as a primary source of comprehensive and intelligent news coverage weekly. In 2017, the station won three national Edward R. Murrow Awards (Overall Excellence; Feature Reporting; News Series) as well as two awards in this year’s Best of NH survey, as chosen by the readers of New Hampshire Magazine (Best New Hampshire Radio Station – FM; Best Radio Talk Show – “The Exchange”). NHPR continually strives to expand minds, spark connections, and build stronger communities, making it one of New Hampshire’s most consistently unbiased, accurate, and respected news channels.

The Opportunity

New Hampshire Public Radio is seeking an experienced manager for this new major giving leadership position, with dual priorities for bringing the $5 million Campaign for Innovation to a close (scheduled for 2021) while growing unrestricted revenue streams with an emphasis on major gifts. This self-starter will identify, cultivate, solicit and steward major gift donors and prospects in the areas of annual gifts, planned giving, capital gifts and special projects. The Director of Major and Planned Gifts will create strategies to strengthen donor engagement and stewardship, plan programs and special events, and collaborate with membership, development, corporate relations and marketing. This position reports to the Vice President, Development and Marketing. NHPR is seeking a candidate with management experience and a proven record of closing 5- and 6+ figure gifts.

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Be considered for future opportunities.

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