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🔗Development Manager

  • Full Time
  • San Antonio, TX
  • $55,000 - $65,000 USD / Year
  • Job Summary: We're hiring a full-time Development Manager. The position is hybrid with benefits and a salary range of $55,000-$65,000. Preferred experience includes a minimum of 2 years in non-profit development or fundraising.
  • Job Qualifications:


    Bachelor’s degree (preferred) or any combination of education, training, and experience providing the required knowledge, skills, and abilities to perform the job’s essential functions.
    At least two years of related successful experience in non-profit fundraising.
    Working knowledge of Bloomerang or a similar donor management database system is preferred.
    Ability to cultivate interpersonal relationships with a wide variety of constituents.
    Knowledge of fundraising principles, ethics, and techniques including successful solicitation of gifts and awareness of and experience with the gift cycle.
    Commitment to handle confidential matters with discretion.
    Proficiency with computers and internet applications, particularly Google products.
    Experience with MS Office applications such as Excel, Word, and PowerPoint.
    Ability to take initiative and work independently as well as collaboratively.
    Interest in the organization’s mission and supporting our community.

  • How to Apply:

    Please email a cover letter explaining relevant experience and interest in the position, resume, and two work-related writing samples to Please also provide 2 to 3 references that can be contacted to speak to your work in reference to the above.

  • Job benefits: Health, paid time off, retirement
  • Physical Demands / Work Environment: Hybrid
  • Application Email:
  • Application URL:

Website Mexican American Civil Rights Institute

The Mexican American Civil Rights Institute (MACRI) is an emerging museum and archive dedicated to documenting and sharing Mexican American civil rights history located in San Antonio, TX.

The Development Manager will procure grants, corporate business sponsorships, planned giving, and individual gifts to support MACRI’s mission. Along with the Executive Director as MACRI’s primary contact with sponsors and donors, the Development Manager will cultivate and maintain working relationships with individuals and businesses to secure financial support for the organization. Grant research and writing for overall operations, programming, and future growth is required.  Assists the Executive Director with campaign planning and execution. A sincere interest in MACRI’s mission is necessary for success in this role. This position occasionally works evenings and weekends.

Duties & Responsibilities

Identify, research, and contact new and existing funders including, but not limited to, foundations, corporations, families, and individuals.
Establishes a strategy and timeline for donor mailings and email communications, including invitations to events, general communication, annual appeal, and special programming.
Responsible for maintaining MACRI’s donor database (Bloomerang)
Support major solicitations with background briefings on prospective donors prior to personal visits with the Executive Director.
Manage Annual Fund campaign.
Plan and execute activities targeting one-time and recurring gifts, including end of year giving, annual appeals, and online giving.
Work with Executive Director in identifying, cultivating, soliciting, and stewarding donors and prospective donors.
Plan and execute development strategies and monitor progress towards goals.
Prepares dashboards and reports on fundraising achievements
Cultivate, contact, and maintain positive relationships with corporate and community leaders, board members, and donors.
Collaborate with the Marketing & Communications Manager to ensure all donors are accurately recognized on all promotional materials.
Prepare gift acknowledgement letters, board thank you notes, new donor letters, anniversary cards, and make thank you calls.
Under the supervision of the Executive Director assists with the preparation of grant proposals, grant execution and reporting.
Work with the bookkeeper to manage financial data input and reporting for donors and grants.
Assists with event fundraiser development and execution
Other duties as assigned.

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