Job Listing

CGP Career Center

Job Listings

In addition to CGP’s national Career Center, the West Michigan Planned Giving Group website is the perfect place to advertise your employment opportunities and reach hundreds of potential prospects with fundraising and development experience. If you would like to post an employment opportunity, please contact Kristin Long at


Western Theological Seminary – Associate Director of Development

In support of the mission of Western Theological Seminary to “prepare Christians called by God to lead the church in mission,” the associate director of development is primarily responsible for effective fundraising from a targeted group of donors through prospect research, donor relationships, and oversight of seminary advancement events. The position is full-time in the Development office, reporting to Andy Bast, Director of Development.

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Pine Rest Foundation – Executive Director

The Executive Director of the Pine Rest Foundation leads, directs, and manages a comprehensive resource development program to advance the mission and goals of Pine Rest Christian Mental Health Services and the Pine Rest Foundation. The executive leader in this role supports the work of Pine Rest by enhancing relationships with internal and external constituencies (including patients, donors, volunteers, staff, administrators, physicians/clinicians, and community leaders) to increase overall involvement and fundraising outcomes. Leadership of the Foundation includes responsibility for the planning and execution of annual, major, and planned giving programs, corporate and foundation relations, campaigns, donor stewardship, and overall Foundation operations, as well as Director level oversight for the Rustic Market Thrift Store which is owned and operated by Pine Rest. The Executive Director must demonstrate excellent customer service and have enthusiasm about the program and the Pine Rest organization.

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Ottawa County Parks Foundation – Foundation Manager

The Foundation Manager is responsible for executing the day-to-day operations of all fund development activities for the foundation office.  This position works in close collaboration with the Board, Parks Department staff, and volunteers.  Duties include database management, event management, donor reports and communication, and project-based work.   Office-based, part-time professional position, averaging 25 hours per week with occasional night/weekend hours.

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