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Chief Development Officer

The Raritan Valley Orthodox

Jewish Community Association

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Ohel, an innovative New York based organization providing a broad array of services to the Jewish community and the general population in trauma, mental health, developmental disabilities, elder care, summer camping and more, along with consultations across the US, is seeking a Chief Development Officer.

This highly experienced individual will lead a strong team in fundraising for both Annual and Capital Campaigns. Working with an active Board of Directors and a committed donor base, the successful candidate will bring his or her own creative approach to expanding on major annual and capital gifts. A strong set of systems are currently in place.

Five years’ experience at an executive development position successfully fundraising a minimum of $5 million annually or experience as a highly successful salesperson is necessary.

Demonstrated ability to lead, organizational, public speaking and writing skills, good knowledge of technology and social media, managing large events are all essential to succeed. Compassion and passion are important personality traits. The Chief Development Officer will report to the CEO. Generous compensation and health benefits. This position is located in Brooklyn.

About Ohel Children’s Home and Family Services
For more than 50 years, Ohel has provided transformative social services and mental health services to communities in the New York metropolitan area. Beginning as a small foster care agency for Jewish children, today Ohel is a multi-faceted agency that meets the diverse and growing needs of the Jewish and wider communities in NYC, Nassau County, and provides Trauma intervention on a national level.

Ohel’s more than 1300 dedicated professionals provide services and programming for more than 20,000 clients every year. Our services transform the lives of children and adults with mental health challenges, seniors, individuals with developmental disabilities and mental illness, women who have experienced domestic violence, the everyday person with life challenges, and our unique Camp Kaylie.


Applicants apply directly to Employer. For more information, call 855-OHEL-JOB, or apply online at

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