AFP Employment Listings

AFP-Fairfield County Chapter sponsors a Job Posting Service for area fundraising professionals. To list a position, please send a 50, 100 or 150-word synopsis including position description, salary range, deadlines and contact information to:

Erin Richardson at . Please send the ad in a Word document or in the body of your email. The ad will remain on the site for 30 days, and emailed to AFP Members.

Administrative fee:

Number of Words AFP Member Fee Non-AFP Member Fee
50 $25 $35
100 $50 $70
150 (maximum) $75 $100






To pay online with a credit card, please click here

To pay by check, make payable to “AFP- FC” and send to:
AFP Fairfield County Chapter
c/o Kristen Runk
11 Pilgrim Lane
Weston, CT 06883

Fundraising and Development Associate – INTEMPO – Stamford, CT

Reports to: Executive Director

Job Type: Full Time

Salary Range: Exempt; $40,000 – $45,000 per year

Position Description:

The Fundraising and Development Associate will work collaboratively with the executive director and grants manager to implement fundraising and development strategies to support current growth and to position INTEMPO for continued and expanded growth. They will assist in expanding the organization’s fundraising capacity, raising its visibility, and positioning it as a leader among music education and youth development groups serving low income children of Fairfield County.

To Apply:

Write “Fundraising and Development Associate” in the subject line and email a resume and cover letter detailing your availability and interest to .

Deadline: August 20, 2018

Director, Leadership Giving

Yale University offers exciting opportunities for achievement and growth in New Haven, Connecticut.

General Purpose:

The Director of Leadership Giving has oversight of the Leadership Giving team consisting of four development officers and one program coordinator. The team solicits individuals who have the capacity to make a gift up to $250,000 to Yale. The Director carries their own portfolio of approximately 150 prospects. Additionally, the Director partners closely with other frontline fundraising teams, fosters collaboration, and sets the goals and parameters for the team in partnership with the Assistant Vice President of Development.

Required Education and Experience:

Bachelor’s degree and six years of experience in an academic institution or an equivalent combination.


Apply online at

The Greenwich Historical Society seeks a dynamic Director of Development to lead its fund-raising program. Under the leadership of Executive Director, Debra Mecky, the Historical Society, during the past 20 years, attained AAM accreditation (2004), developed an award-winning dual interpretation of Bush-Holley House and expanded its campus, most recently with the addition of the new 7,500 facility under construction, after completing a $13.5 million campaign. The Historical Society has an operating budget of approximately $1.7 million and a $3.5 million endowment, and is governed by a 30 member Board of Directors.

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