National Breast Cancer Coalition

Senior Manager, Development

Washington, District of Columbia


In 2010, the National Breast Cancer Coalition (NBCC), a grassroots advocacy organization, launched Breast Cancer Deadline 2020®, with a goal of knowing how to end breast cancer by January 1, 2020. NBCC’s blueprint for Breast Cancer Deadline 2020® is a strategic plan of action for knowing how to prevent the development and spread of breast cancer. Since 1991, NBCC has been at the vanguard of the breast cancer movement – elevating breast cancer to an issue of national significance, leveraging billions of federal dollars for research and care, and empowering tens of thousands of breast cancer survivors to become effective advocates for themselves, and for all those at risk of breast cancer.

Position Summary

Reporting directly to the Director of Advancement, this Senior Manager, Development position will assist with the implementation of NBCC’s development strategy. The Senior Manager, Development will participate in the cultivation, solicitation and stewardship of major donors, manage the direct mail program, assist with growing corporate and foundation support and manage cause related marketing partnerships.

Qualifications & Requirements

The successful candidate will be a dynamic development professional with 7+ years of experience in fundraising at a nonprofit organization with knowledge of direct mail strategy and functions, major gift solicitation and grant proposal writing, annual fund and planned giving, event planning and management, direct solicitations, and cause-related marketing. Bachelor’s Degree required.


Salary commensurate with qualifications and experience. Some travel will be required; candidates must have the ability to work evenings and weekends when required.

Email cover letter with resume and salary requirements to with “Senior Manager, Development” as the subject line. Sorry no phone calls please. NBCC is an equal opportunity employer that especially welcomes applications from breast cancer survivors, women, and people of color. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.