Brooklyn, New York

Open Roles at Brooklyn Law School, Brooklyn Law School

The Organization

Founded in 1901, Brooklyn Law School provides its students with the knowledge, skills, and ethical values needed for a career in the law. BLS is dedicated to contributing to the advancement of an understanding of law, legal institutions, and society at large. The school achieves its mission by strengthening and expanding a community that includes a global network of more than 23,000 alumni, an outstanding group of legal scholars and world-renowned faculty members, and students from across the country and around the world.

Position Overview

Lindauer is proud to partner with its recent Brooklyn Law School placement, Chief Advancement Officer Annie Nienaber, to fill multiple leadership roles. All of these positions will report directly to Annie Nienaber.

Among the positions BLS seeks is a highly motivated fundraising professional who will take on the role of Director of Development to build and oversee a metrics-based and donor-centric major gift program. The ideal candidate will have experience in major gift fundraising at a higher education institution and an understanding of the relationship between academic administration, development, alumni relations, events, and external affairs functions. The DoD will manage not only the major gifts program but also development operations with the opportunity to hire and build a major gift officer team.

The Director of Annual Giving will be a data-driven and creative annual giving professional. This leader will build and oversee a metrics-based and donor-centric annual fundraising program to manage all annual giving, class reunion appeals, and other innovative initiatives to increase annual support for the school. The Director will also supervise programs, staff, and volunteers to meet Brooklyn Law School’s annual giving goal of increasing both participation rate and dollars raised.

The Director of Alumni Engagement will be a highly collaborative and creative individual who will make a significant impact on the involvement of alumni and members of the community. The Director will increase opportunities for collaboration and interaction between alumni and students, faculty, staff, and all constituents of the school. This role will work in close collaboration with Directors of Development, Annual Giving, and Events, Advancement, Admissions, and Career Services to create, plan, and implement strategic programs to increase the impact of alumni engagement and to promote a culture of philanthropy.

Salary Ranges:

• Director of Development-$150-$200

• Director of Annual Giving-$125-$175

• Director of Alumni Engagement -$75-$125

How To Apply

To learn more and apply, please contact Lindauer Vice President Carmel Napolitano at

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