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Membership and Development Director
Gordon JCC
801 Percy Warner Blvd
Nashville, TN 37205

Principal Responsibilities:

The Director of Membership and Development provides strategic direction and strong managerial leadership to effectively boost membership, program participation and financial support for the Gordon Jewish Community Center, while enhancing the Center's overall community image and profile. S/he takes the lead in attracting and welcoming new member prospects and donors to the Center and guides a systematic process of recruitment and retention for members and donors. The position requires strong analytical, supervisory and communication skills and the ability to effectively build relationships with a broad base. The Membership and Development Director is a team player well versed in customer service and great listening skills with members as well as staff. This exempt position reports to the Executive Director and is a part of the executive team.


Responsibilities include:

Membership: Oversee the planning, development and implementation of recruitment and retention membership strategies that best meet the mission and needs of the GJCC with the goals of increasing membership units, streamlining the process in handling the operations of the department, improved tracking, reporting and handling of all follow through on a timely basis.

Development: Lead the organizational fundraising, both event and planned giving, to ensure the growth and future security of the GJCC as a vital community resource as well as increase the visibility and understanding of the work and mission of the GJCC.

Supervision:

Agency Wide and Lay Leadership:

Minimum Qualifications:

Salary:

$55,000 - $65,000

Agency Information:

The Gordon Jewish Community Center (Gordon JCC) is at the center of Jewish life in Nashville, providing recreational, educational, social and cultural programs and services to over 1,700 member families. Located on a beautiful 52-acre campus in west Nashville, it is a place where non-Jews are welcome to join, play and learn side by side with their Jewish neighbors. Camp Davis, established in 1930s, provides a day camp experience for hundreds of school-age children each summer.