Posting Job Opportunities
The Gift Planning Group of Northeastern New York (GPGNNY) is an association of gift planners in Upstate New York who work in non-profit institutions or the allied professionals field.
We will be happy to post job openings and job wanted listings for both members and non-members.
Please submit a concise description of the job available or wanted including summary of the position, qualifications and contact information to email@example.com. Payment may be made by check payable to GPGNNY or online. You may also use the form below to submit your job posting.
GPGNNY/NCPG Members $50.00
For this fee your position will be:
Posted on the GPGNNY website for 30 days
Distributed via e-mail to all GPGNNY members and non-members
If you choose to pay online, select the appropriate membership status and click the Pay Now button. Upon successful completion of payment, you will receive an email from PayPal that will serve as your receipt.
To mail your payment:
Gift Planning Group of Northeastern New York
P.O. Box 3960
Albany, NY 12203
Current Job Opportunities
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Senior Major Gifts Officer
Union College is seeking a Senior Major Gifts Officer to inform, engage and solicit a portfolio of prospective donors capable of gifts of $50,000 to $1 million. As a member of the major gifts team, this position is responsible for significant overnight travel to various regions throughout the US. Responsibilities include managing an assigned portfolio of 150 prospective donors (including alumni and parents of current students), assessing, engaging, and inspiring prospective donors to give to the priorities identified for Union's next campaign.
Executive Director of Principal and Planned Gifts - Rochester Institute of Technology, Rochester, NY
The Executive Director of Principal and Planned Gifts leads a team of directors and senior directors in engaging donors and building relationships that lead to securing significant philanthropic gifts for the university. These donors have the capacity to make gifts of $1 million or more and/or make deferred gifts through bequests, charitable gift annuities, lead trusts, and other deferred gift methods. The Executive Director reports to the Associate Vice President for University Development and Engagement and is a member of the department’s leadership team as well as a member of the 100-person team that makes up the Division of Development and Alumni Relations.