Development Director, Bicycle Coalition – Dec 15
The Development Director is our main fundraiser. This person should be dynamic and able to convey the joys of bicycling while growing our budget. The ideal candidate has a laser-like attention to detail and a strong commitment to diversified funding streams. You need not be a serious bicyclist, but you must embrace our mission that bicycling should be a safe and fun way for everyone to get around the Greater Philadelphia Area.
The Development Director is responsible for overseeing the development and management of a donor portfolio around our annual membership, major donor giving, sponsorship of events, and sponsorship of the Bicycle Coalition Youth Cycling Team. The Director will supervise three staff positions and recruit interns as necessary. The Development team is responsible for collectively raising $600,000-$700,000 in unrestricted funding during the Fiscal Year. The position reports directly to the Executive Director. This position hires, trains, and supervises the staff dedicated to events and sponsorship and sits on the leadership team.
The Development Director will report to the Executive Director and will lead the Development team. In addition, this position will work closely with BCGP’s Director of Operations and Finance, Policy Director, and Deputy Director to make key management decisions for the organization.
Our full team is currently expected to work in our Center City office Tuesday through Thursday with the option to telecommute on Monday and Friday.
Applications received by December 15, 2022 will be prioritized.
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