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

Alumni and Events Coordinator Housatonic Community College, Bridgeport, CT

Annual Salary:  $58,035.00 with full benefits

Closing Date:  December 1, 2017

Substitution Allowed:  Applicants who do not meet the minimum qualifications as stated are encouraged to put in writing precisely how their background and experience have prepared them for the responsibilities of this position and provide appropriate references.  Exceptions to the degree requirements may be made for compelling reasons.

Anticipated Start Date: January 2017

Minimum Qualifications:  Bachelor’s degree and 2-4 years of professional experience in alumni relations and development.  The successful candidate will demonstrate:

Preferred Qualifications:  Knowledge of Raiser’s Edge Software.

Application Instructions:  To apply, submit a cover letter and resume to

Grants & Communications Manager – Child Guidance Center of Southern Connecticut

The Grants & Communications Manager will promote the agency’s commitment to excellence, supporting the fulfillment of institutional advancement and public awareness goals and the achievement of annual fundraising targets.




Apply online at

Fidelco Guide Dogs – Partners In Exceptional SM

RELATIONSHIP AND RESPONSIBILITIES The Major Gifts Officer, Development & Philanthropy reports to the Vice President, Director of Development. This is a key position with opportunity for advancement. The position may be based in either Fidelco office location.

The Major Gifts Officer, Development & Philanthropy will secure revenue to meet critical fundraising targets from existing donors and targeted prospects in both key donor segments: Individuals and Organizations. The ideal candidate is a team player who will help to develop a robust fundraising environment that generates annual operating revenue and endowment funds including, but not limited to Major Gifts; Planned Giving; Grants and Sponsorships; and Business Partnerships.

EXPERIENCE A bachelor’s degree is required. An advanced degree is preferred. Accreditation as a CFRE, ACFRE is highly desirable. A minimum of 10 years of progressive leadership growth and senior business development experience with demonstrated and quantifiable results equal to, or greater, than Fidelco’s budget.

Job Type: Full-time

Please send resumes to

Vice President of Development and Community Engagement – Ability Beyond

Ability Beyond offers one of the most extensive systems of community support and services for individuals with disabilities in the Northeast. We are seeking an experienced Vice President of Development and Community Engagement to guide our marketing strategy and philanthropic efforts.

The Vice President will be a key partner to our Board of Directors and executive leadership team. The ideal candidate will provide overall direction and leadership of marketing, communications and fund raising efforts surrounding business development initiatives for the organization. S/he will be highly passionate, creative and have the ability to positively lead a dynamic team of fund raising, marketing and communication professionals.

Requirements: a Bachelor’s degree in related field; a minimum of 10 years of related experience; a commitment to advancing the organization; diverse fund raising and marketing experience; and demonstrated track record of significant/successful leadership.

To learn more about the position, please visit our website at

Development Manager – Norma Pfriem Breast Center

Develops a strong community presence for the Norma Pfriem Breast Center (NPBC); recruits, manages and directs leadership volunteers; and develops and manages key fundraising events. Assists with solicitation of corporate sponsorships; promotes the NPBC and Bridgeport Hospital; and networks in the community and with other non-profits.  Works closely with the Executive Director of the NPBC to increase individual, foundation (institutional and family) and corporate gift support, including major gifts over $10,000, and attain the philanthropy necessary to advance the NPBC’s  mission and the mission of Bridgeport Hospital’s oncology and psychiatry departments.  Works in alignment with Bridgeport Hospital Foundation guidelines for best fundraising practice.  Must demonstrate effective communication, a positive attitude and promote growth of the NPBC through achievement of its outreach and philanthropy objectives.

Reports to Executive Director, Norma Pfriem Breast Center and VP, Development, Oncology and Psychiatry.

Director of Development – Project Morry

Project Morry is a comprehensive youth development organization dedicated to empowering children from under-resourced communities to envision a positive future.  Our nine year commitment to each child seeks to close the opportunity gap through a combination of academic enrichment and support, an exceptional summer camp experience, and one-on-one mentoring.

Project Morry is seeking an energetic and hands-on leader to be our next Director of Development.  S/he will be responsible for managing a dynamic multi-platform fundraising strategy including individual giving, corporate and foundation support, and events.

To view the full job description and learn more about Project Morry go to www.ProjectMorry/who-we-are/careers.