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Help us protect our Land of Enchantment!

Development Officer/ Manager

Position Summary: As a member of Audubon’s national Development team, the Development Officer/ Manager will play an important role in the success of the fund development program in New Mexico. Reporting to the Vice President for Development overseeing the Central and Mississippi Flyways, the Development Officer/ Manager leads the development and expansion of the mid-level donor program for New Mexico, both as a source of critical unrestricted revenue and also as a pipeline for major and planned giving. Additionally, the Development Manager supports the Vice President for Development, the Executive Director of New Mexico and volunteer leaders in their role as fundraisers. S/he will build and manage a portfolio of donors and prospects capable of giving in the range of $1K-$9.9K annually for individuals, and $5K-$25K+ for institutions, as well as state’s Grinnell Society program, which entails ongoing stewardship of donors who have included Audubon in their estate plans. The Development Officer/ Manager directly and indirectly identifies, cultivates and solicits gifts from donors and prospects using a range of activities, including personal visits, written proposals, telephone, email, appeals, events and tours.  

To learn more and to apply for the position, please click here.  

Volunteers

Want to be part of a volunteer team working in one of the most beautiful spots in Santa Fe?
Audubon New Mexico is looking for guest service volunteers to help in our visitor center at the Randall Davey Audubon Center & Sanctuary on Upper Canyon Road. Meet and greet people from all over the world who are avid conservationists and birders. Volunteers also needed for conservation, education, events, and trails and grounds maintenance. If you love the natural world and want to help in environmental efforts for our beautiful state, this is for you! Call 505 983-4609 x 23 or write sreed@audubon.org.

 

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