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:

Marianne Hickey 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:
Marianne Hickey
29 Black Alder Lane
Wilton, CT  06897

The Housing Development Fund is seeking a Grant Manager.  The Grant Manager is responsible for generating and coordinating reporting and grant utilization, and oversight for grant assembly and submission.  Additional key responsibilities include: grants research and prospecting to maintain and expand funding support and help with maintaining strong relationships with funding sources, writing, editing, and assembling grants for HDF, event planning and management, and communications, such as website maintenance, press releases, and social media.

Key Qualifications include: Strong organizational skills and project management experience, experience with government grants, affordable housing, or residential lending a plus, comfort with technology and learning new software, expert knowledge of Microsoft products especially Word and Excel, and strong data analysis and impact tracking skills.

For information on HDF, please visit

For additional details on the position, please send your cover letter and resume to

Foundations in Education seeks an Assistant Director of Development responsible for managing a comprehensive development program including annual giving, major gifts, grants, events, donor cultivation and stewardship.  The ideal candidate will have a bachelor’s degree and minimum 3 years experience with a proven track record of success, excellent communication, organizational and interpersonal skills.

The successful candidate is comfortable in an entrepreneurial “start-up” and a fast paced environment. Strong knowledge of fundraising management required and educational experience and knowledge of the Catholic faith preferred. Knowledge of MS Office, Raiser’s Edge and CFRE preferred.  Send resume and cover letter to

Foundations in Education seeks an Assistant to the Executive Director to support administrative and operational needs of the Executive Director. Duties include administrative support, scheduling, accounts payables, assisting with gift entry and acknowledgement, event planning, and other projects as needed.  May assist  in the administration and distribution of annual tuition assistance, innovation and leadership grants, and other ongoing tasks and initiatives.

Interested candidates should possess an appreciation for the value of Catholic education and for students in need of tuition assistance.  Knowledge of MS Office, WordPress and Raiser’s Edge preferred.  Send resume and cover letter to

Marketing and Communications Manager – Ability Beyond

At Ability Beyond, we discover build and celebrate the ability in all people.  We are currently hiring for an experienced strategic Marketing & Communications Manager to join our Development Team in our CT corporate office. The Marketing & Communications Manager determines and coordinates a strategic marketing, communications and outreach plan for the organization.  We offer a generous benefit package, annual merit increase, work/life balance flexibility, and opportunities for growth/advancement.


Apply now by submitting your application to this link: Marketing & Communications Manager | Ability Beyond Career Opportunities and/or sending in your resume to

Director of Development – Connecticut Audubon Society

The Director of Development is responsible for planning, organizing, and directing all fundraising including, the major gifts program, annual fund, planned giving, special events, and capital campaign for The Connecticut Audubon Society.

For list of requirements/qualifications, visit:

Email resume/cover letter to

United Way Workplace Campaign Consultant

United Way of Coastal Fairfield County (UWCFC), a $4.5 million leading catalyst for social change, seeks an enthusiastic self driven professional to organize and execute its 2018-19 $2.1 million workplace fundraising campaign.  In conjunction with staff, community leaders, and workplace leaders and volunteers, the Consultant will manage 50+ campaigns in Greater Bridgeport & Norwalk. Activities include organizing and implementing workplace campaigns, making presentations to employees, assisting with special events, responding to requests from company officials and donors, and representing UWCFC as needed.  It is a hands-on in-the-community, one year, June 2018 – May 2019 consultancy.

Must be self-motivated, love multi-tasking, have exceptional oral and written communication skills, be familiar with UW workplace fundraising techniques, be data driven, have advanced Microsoft Office skills, and have a passion for UWCFC’s work. Must work well both with a team and independently.

A quick learner, the highly flexible Consultant will translate community needs into opportunities to make a difference through financial support of UWCFC.

More information about UWCFC:;   E-mail interest packet to "> with “Workplace Campaign Consultant” in the subject line.

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Director of Development – Klein Memorial Auditorium Foundation, Inc., a 1,447-seat performing arts center

Position Description:

The Director of Development’s main focus is fundraising through grant writing, individual giving, and sponsorships to support arts education program as well as performance events. Responsibilities include: developing and nurturing relationships with donors; maintaining data base, writing quarterly reports, and creating social media content as it applies to development initiatives. This is currently a part-time position, average of 30 hours per week, but could become full time with the right candidate.

Job Requirements:

Those interested should submit a resume and two professional references to:

Executive Director – The Community Fund of Darien

The Community Fund of Darien is seeking an experienced and dynamic leader to manage a well-respected organization that has supported human services throughout lower Fairfield County for more than 67 years.

Key Responsibilities

The ED will be a visible community leader who is responsible for the overall planning and oversight of office operations and community needs assessment, including fundraising, staff management, board development, financial management, communications, and community relations.


The ED will be passionate about the organization’s mission, self-motivated and results-oriented. The position requires strong leadership qualities, high ethical standards and the ability to build consensus. Excellent written and oral communication skills and diplomacy are essential. Minimum 5 years of experience leading a team, fundraising and marketing in the nonprofit sector.

Bachelor’s Degree required. Master’s Degree in Public Administration or a related field preferred.

Competitive compensation offered.

Resume & cover letter sent to