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DC Job Alert: Eno Director of Development

The Eno Center for Transportation, a neutral non-profit think tank, is seeking an enthusiastic self-starter for the position of Director of Development. Eno boasts an energetic and growing workplace that is expanding its base of membership and fundraising. The position is a perfect fit for anyone looking to develop their career by taking over an established membership and fundraising program, expanding it and making it their own.

The Director of Development has the primary responsibility for taking the lead on all fundraising and membership efforts for Eno. Responsibilities include expanding membership, taking the lead on applying for grants, outreach to potential consulting clients, managing Eno’s giving program, acquiring sponsorships for events, and managing contributor relations. The Director of Development is also responsible for working with the communications department to promote Eno activities and outreach, including maintaining and expanding the database and alumni network.

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  1. Good Job Information
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    Posted by sasim345 | July 30, 2015, 1:51 PM

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