Development Manager

March 2024 | New York, NY

The Rogosin Institute, one of the nation’s leading centers for the diagnosis and management of kidney disease and affiliated with NewYork-Presbyterian and Weill Cornell Medicine, is recruiting a Development Manager. The Development Manager will support major and annual fundraising initiatives, special events, development operations, and social media and communications.

The ideal candidate will have 2-3 years of experience in Fundraising/Development, Communications and/or Special Events, and will have excellent donor relations and written communication skills. The Development Manager will work as a key member of the Development team, both collaborating and taking on projects independently.


Special events. Coordinates revenue-producing events and cultivation activities. Solicits sponsorships.

Donor relations. Has regular interaction with donors contacting the Director and/or Development Office about donations, special events or committees.

Social media and Communications. Assists with social media posts.  Designs event invitations and assists with design of RI Newsletter. Drafts and edits acknowledgement letters.

Database, donation processing & fundraising operations. Processes gifts, updates database, and generates moves management and financial reports.

Administrative support. Coordinates eblasts and Zoom and in-person meetings.


Bachelor’s degree. Excellent computer skills and high proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint,  Canva and Constant Contact preferred; capable of taking on, prioritizing and being responsible for successful completion of projects. Excellent interpersonal skills, strong attention to detail and problem-solving abilities. Excellent verbal and written communication skills. 

Interested applicants should forward an updated resume and salary requirement to:

Rogosin is recognized throughout the country as one of the premier centers for the diagnosis and management of kidney disease and for its unique approach to prevention, detection and management of chronic, and end-stage kidney disease caring for patients for over 40 years.  

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