The Development Officer I is a key member of the development team, responsible for increasing fund-raising capacity and results through successful cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship of donors. Responsibilities include initiating first contacts with prospects and donors; traveling regionally and nationally for donor visits, personal solicitations, and event support; building a portfolio of donors at the Chairman’s Council level; and donor acquisition and retention through appeals and membership renewals. This position will assist the Director of Development with a variety of projects and activities designed to achieve the annual and strategic goals of the development department.
Bachelor’s degree and a minimum of three years’ work experience in a not-for-profit organization or academic institution. Background in anthropology, archaeology, or Southwestern cultures and history is preferred. An equivalent combination of education and experience will be considered.
Additional Salary Information: We offer competitive salary and benefits.
Full benefits package includes personal time off, paid holidays, health, dental, and vision insurance and 403(b) retirement plan
Founded in 1983, the Crow Canyon Archaeological Center is dedicated to understanding, teaching, and helping preserve the rich history of the ancestral Pueblo people (also called the Anasazi) of the American Southwest.