Individual Giving and Cultivation Manager

Individual Giving and Cultivation Manager

Individual Giving and Cultivation Manager

  • Full Time
  • Mid-Level
Job Category: Administrative, Development
Location: Manhattan
Job Sectors: Arts & Culture
Salary Range: 63,000

Dance/NYC seeks a full-time Individual Giving and Cultivation Manager to work with the Director of Development to develop, manage, and implement a comprehensive individual and corporate giving strategy as well as cultivation initiatives that build our base of supporters. This includes leading the organization’s online giving campaigns, annual direct mailings, sponsorships, as well as in-person and digital fundraising events. 

Status: Full-time, At-will, Exempt
Commence Date: As soon as possible 
Reports to: Director of Development
Supervises: Interns, and Volunteers 
Coordinates with: Communications Manager, Director of Programming and Justice Initiatives, and Director of Operations and Finance. 
Compensation: Package includes a salary of $63,000 and competitive benefits 
*Dance/NYC offers the highest available salary our budget can afford as an alternative to salary negotiation, which can introduce bias and reflect an individual’s positional power or negotiation skills rather than their job qualifications.



  • 218 East 18th Street, Ground Floor
  • New York, NY 10003
  • USA
  • Phone: 212-966-4452

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