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DoGooderTV (DGTV), a video and social networking website serving the nonprofit community, seeks a Director of Business Development. DGTV is an initiative of See3 Communications, the leading provider of video production and distribution services to the nonprofit sector.

DGTV uniquely combines social networking functions with the video assets of nonprofit organizations to create an online community organized around nonprofit issues. DGTV is part of See3’s commitment to educate and provide products and services to the nonprofit sector that take advantage of the emerging broadband internet.

The Director of Business Development must have a strong background in internet business and marketing as well as a deep familiarity with social networking and video sharing websites. While the position is not technical, an understanding of how video is used online, including Flash streaming and compression technologies is helpful. The ideal candidate will also have worked in the nonprofit sector or as a consultant or vendor to nonprofits.

The Director of Business Development will be the leading evangelist for DGTV, helping educate nonprofits about the site and the opportunity it presents. In addition, this position requires working with business partners on joint marketing projects. The Director of Business Development will also be the liaison between management and the technical team on the site’s functionality and look/feel as it continues to evolve. Some travel will be necessary.

This job is located in Chicago, IL.

Salary commensurate with experience.

Please send resume, cover letter, and salary history to jobs(at)dogooder(dot)tv

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