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Vice President of Development
The Botanical Research Institute of Texas (BRIT) seeks a full‐time Vice President of Development to lead all major fundraising in support of our mission. BRIT seeks a leader who will champion its philanthropic strategy and efforts to support the organization’s vision to become a nationally-recognized, top-tier plant research and education organization.
Successful candidates will possess an undergraduate degree at the minimum and have six plus years of progressively responsible experience in senior level fund development management, including broad based experience in fundraising with a demonstrated record of success in personally securing major gifts, foundation and corporate giving, and capital campaign execution. Candidates must also possess favorable experience leading and developing staff.
Victory Search Group is privileged to partner with BRIT to recruit the Vice President of Development. Interested individuals should send a resume and cover letter to email@example.com.
Victory Search Group is a senior level retained executive search firm serving a select group of clients from five offices across the United States. Victory Search Group has successfully identified, assessed and recruited senior leadership for over 15 years. Victory Search Group is highly collaborative and focused on customer service; we prize partnering with our clients and are trusted by them for our judgment, integrity and responsiveness.
Successful applicant will be subject to a background check. BRIT is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
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