This position works as a member of the Development Team to meet annual funding goals with an emphasis on grant proposal writing, management of development process and stewardship of current and prospective donors. Duties include grant writing, administration of JA’s Annual Campaign, event management, board management, corporate and community relations, prospect research, database administration and gift solicitation. Requires local/regional travel (35%). Time allocation: grant writing and reporting (30%), Annual Campaign (5%), database administration (5%), event management (10%), board management (10%), prospect research (15%), and gift solicitation (25%). Requires an energetic, self-motivated, highly sales oriented and organized team player with an attention to detail.
- Responsible for fundraising through operating gifts from companies and individuals, grants from private foundations, and marketing initiatives.
- Creates winning fund development strategies related to grant funding, develops proposals for submission, coordinates and maintains grant proposal templates, prepares and stewards prospect portfolios, and ensures timely reports.
- Implementation of JA Annual Campaign including drafting letters, compiling mailings and tracking campaign performance to provide reports to JA Board and campaign chair.
- Oversees the information systems which tracks prospects, solicitors, and funding history. Assures that all data remain up to date and correct. Invoices and collects pledges in a timely manner, prepares accurate and timely reports.
- Organizes and maintains an annual calendar of grant process steps including, but not limited to, regular grant submission timelines for former donors, key dates and deadlines of grants in the funding pipeline, and steps to follow up on proposals.
- Prepares materials needed for organization’s meetings with current and prospective donors.
- Provides timely acknowledgements letters to all donors, and ensures they receive regular communication.
- Administer United Way and other employee giving programs including yearly reinstatement procedures.
- Prospect research on potential and current partners and work with JA team to formulate plans of action for prospects.
- As a member of the Development Department, a percentage of time will be allocated to administrative efforts including: cold calling, attending networking events, prospecting, and creating department progress reports.
Bachelor’s degree or equivalent work experience in Business, Communications, English or Marketing and 3-5 years of additional relevant experience. Demonstrated success in sales, grant writing and gift solicitation as well as a commitment to Junior Achievement’s mission of free enterprise education. Strong communications, interpersonal, organization and writing skills a must in addition to attention to detail. Demonstrated proficiency in Microsoft Office, MSOffice365, SharePoint and Blackbaud Raiser’s Edge or other constituent management platform.
Candidates should send a cover letter and resume via email. Applications without a cover letter will not be considered.
The University of Pittsburgh is seeking a Major Gifts Officer (MGO) to join a progressive Pitt Business schools team within the University’s Division of Philanthropic and Alumni Engagement (PAE). MGOs are expected to fundraise from prospective donors evaluated with the capacity to donate $100,000 or more as well as build a diverse and sustainable portfolio. In order to effectively manage critical relationships with current and prospective donors to meet both short and long-term fundraising objectives for the University, MGOs must consistently initiate contacts with potential major donors, develop and execute strategies to cultivate and maintain relationships, and solicit and close major gifts. MGOs will possess the needed competencies and skills to solicit individual gifts and build long-term sustainable relationships with prospective donors, and will have a successful track record of doing so. Must be willing to travel at least 30% of the time. The primary objective of an MGO is to develop long-term relationships built on a firm understanding of donors’ interests, passions, and values. The responsibilities are focused on fundraising from prospective donors evaluated with the capacity to donate $100,000 or more and include: a) Substantive discussions with potential donors to confirm their giving capacity and to assess their interest in providing financial support to the University b) designing and completing cultivation tasks c) collaborate with colleagues in other divisions, including those within PAE, other academic units, Athletics, and other units across the university d) creating and executing complex multi-dimensional strategies leading to gift agreements e) creating endowment and pledge agreements f) creating and implementing stewardship strategies g) maintaining accurate records in PAE’s database system
Bachelor’s degree required. Master’s preferred. Superior verbal and written skills. Must be able and willing to travel extensively outside of the Western Pennsylvania area. At least 7 years in fundraising or related, relevant experience, evidence of successfully building a portfolio through cold calls, evidence of major gifts closed from cold call activity, interaction with academic deans, department heads and faculty in a development context, and must have experience with stewardship techniques.
Responsibilities and Duties
- Give leadership and direction to Special Events in the Laurel Highlands Council.
- Responsible for achieving a minimum of $420,000 per year in net donations to the Laurel Highlands Council through special events.
- Direct event management to include: Annual Scouting Golf Classic, Sporting Clays Classic, Eagle Scout Recognition Dinner, Corporate Pinewood Derby.
- Assist with District Events when necessary.
- Use creativity to implement new events including virtual events.
- Reports to the Chief Development Officer of the Laurel Highlands Council, Boy Scouts of America.
Specific duties include:
- Develop and update annually, strategic program plans for each special event based on council’s budgeted funding requirements.
- Prepare outline master plan with all objectives as well as timeframe for every event.
- Incorporate plans into main organizational deadlines.
- Prepare annual revenue as well as expense budget for every single activity of event.
- Ensure to stimulate activities to increase net revenue over preceding year.
- Develop weekly, monthly and yearly program performance reports.
- Execute timely adjustments in programs, as required, to attain stated goals.
- Upgrade on every aspect of event creation along with management.
- Ensure to rework events as required to remain fresh plus attractive.
- Develop new events with better design to accomplish council objectives.
- Plan and promote aggressively all corporate as well as individual sponsorship opportunities related with each event.
- Incorporate solicitation strategy as well as stewardship activities as required.
- Provide personalized reports and updates to imperative event sponsors participating in event, and the committee.
- Prepare and supervise entire income-generating activities associated with events.
- Conduct auctions and provide vendors with opportunity tickets, prizes, table sales and incentive programs, etc.
- Ensure to seek product donations with purpose to maximize net revenue from events.
- Recruit, train, work and support volunteer committees.
- Other duties as assigned.
- Must have 4+ years in successful special events management
- Good writing and speaking skills
- Good organizational skills
- Understands and uses social media
- Can multitask
Requisition Number: 2020S052Posting
Full Time/Part Time: Full Time
Division: Institutional Advancement Division
Department: Major GiftsColgate’s advancement staff furthers the institution’s mission by establishing relationships between alumni, parents, students, and the University.
Colgate’s advancement staff furthers the institution’s mission by establishing relationships between alumni, parents, students, and the University.
- Accountable for effectively developing and maintaining highly important relationships with key major gift (and prospective major gift) constituents as assigned.
- Ensures effective qualification, cultivation, and stewardship of highly important constituents.
- Responsible for increasing levels of annual and long-term engagement and giving within assigned constituents.
- Responsible for effective management of fundraising projects and events as assigned.
- Accountable for positively representing all aspects of the university at all times.
- Technical Competencies
- Behavioral Competencies
- Experience in private college advancement is highly desirable with preference to those with a proven track record in garnering philanthropic support.
- Experience working inter departmentally with Planned Giving and Annual Giving.
- A bachelor’s degree or the equivalent combination of education and experience from which comparable skills have been acquired will be considered.
- A current valid driver’s license, in accordance with the University’s Driver Safety and Motor Vehicle Use Policy, is required.
It is the policy of Colgate University not to discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment on the basis of their race, color, creed, religion, age, sex, pregnancy, national origin, marital status, disability, protected Veterans status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, genetic information, being or having been victims of domestic violence or stalking, familial status, or any other categories covered by law. Colgate is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. Candidates from historically underrepresented groups, women, persons with disabilities, and protected veterans are encouraged to apply.
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The Campus Safety Department will provide upon request a copy of Colgate’s Annual Security and Fire Safety Report. This report includes statistics as reported to the United States Department of Education for the previous three years concerning reported: 1. crimes that occurred on-campus; in certain off-campus buildings or property owned or controlled by Colgate University; and on public property within, or immediately adjacent to and accessible from, the campus and 2. fires that occurred in student housing facilities. The report also includes institutional policies concerning campus security and fire safety, such as policies concerning sexual assault, life safety systems, and other related matters. To obtain a copy, contact the Campus Safety Compliance Manager via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org. You may also access the report from the Campus Safety web page at: https://www.colgate.edu/offices/support/campussafety.
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Nature and Scope
EECM’s Development and Public Relations Department engages and connects with donors, utilizes traditional and new media outlets for promotion, and better utilizes data and metrics to understand donors, trends, and strategy. The goal of the Development and PR department is to build key relationships that attract and maintain a strong donor and volunteer base, raise funds to support agency operations, understand EECM’s programmatic needs and goals, develop engaging communications, and position EECM as a leader in the community.
The Database and Donor Stewardship Coordinator is a key part of this department. This position manages the donor database and stewardship cycle through timely, thoughtful, and effective print and electronic communications. Responsible for managing the donor database, this position conducts donor research, oversees all aspects of Raisers Edge data entry and data management, produces reports, analyzes metrics, manages the policies and procedures for data input while adhering to the highest standards of data integrity. The Database and Donor Stewardship Coordinator interfaces with the Finance team to reconcile monthly, ensure proper coding of gifts, and produce reports. The stewardship part of this role includes monitoring foundation reporting deadlines to support the Development Coordinator, while also supporting individual donor stewardship by writing effective personal thank you letters, managing the production of the annual report, and other stewardship activities. This position supports solicitation activities, manages the data and mailing lists for solicitations, generates lists for mailings and emails, and must be comfortable soliciting gifts as needed. This role supports the Chief Executive Officer, reports to and supports the Director of Development and PR, and other development staff as needed. A desire to learn about and grow within the fundraising and development industry is preferred.
This is a part-time, non-exempt position working 20-28 hours per week.
Some duties are but are not limited to:
- Create and manage a stewardship strategy for all annual donors and event donors, while providing support for portfolio managers in high-level major gifts stewardship.
- Maintain donor database and keep up-to-date on the possibility of upgrading software, etc.
- Complete data entry including tracking donations, creating new profiles, updating constituent information, tracking moves management metrics, and monitoring for action entry completeness and consistency.
- Generate database reports as assigned.
- Produce acknowledgment letters for all monetary and in-kind donors; Act as the liaison with the finance office to ensure proper gift coding and allocation and monthly financial reconciliation.
- Research current and potential prospects; Monitor the donor segmentation strategy to ensure effectiveness.
- Produce reports on solicitation response rates.
- Apply solicitation coding to donor records; Support the Development and Communications Coordinator in maintaining a database of media contacts, measuring web impressions, tracking media hits, and data collection.
- Create major donor profiles as needed; Act as liaison between individual donors and agency.
- Provide support for annual fund activities by helping to plan, coordinate, and track electronic and print appeals.
- Create and maintain database policies and procedures.
- Maintain bulk mail software and keep up-to-date on mailing requirements.
- Keep in confidence all data/names/addresses/donation amounts, etc..
- Attend all staff meetings and training sessions consistent with the position.
- Experience managing The Raiser’s Edge or any other CRM donor software database with the ability to enter gifts, edit/update tables, manage and track campaigns and funds, update records, track and monitor appeals, pull reports and write queries and reports.
- Two to three (2-3) years working in a nonprofit, managing a database.
- Bachelors degree in related field and experience with successful fundraising campaigns, planning, cultivation, and stewardship of individual donors.
- Clear, concise, and compelling written communication skill.
- Ability to understand development and fundraising budgets.
- Ability to work in a fast-paced environment and manage multiple deadlines.
- High level of personal accountability, strong attention to detail, excellent organizational skills.
- Willingness to conduct personal solicitations as needed.
- Excellent presentation skills, professional behavior, attitude and appearance.
- Must be self-directed, focused, with strong problem solving skills.
- Must exhibit strong support of the agency’s mission along with the sensitivity of cultural and workplace harmony.
- Demonstrated excellence in Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook, and Publisher; Must have schedule flexibility.
- Act 33 and 34 clearances at the time of hire or ability to obtain them.
- Schedule flexibility
Interested and qualified candidates may apply in confidence by submitting letter, resume and compensation requirements. In addition, please send completed Employment Application by downloading that document at: http://www.eecm.org/job-opportunities/.
Please email, fax, or mail all documents to:
Human Resources & Finance Associate
East End Cooperative Ministry, Inc.
6140 Station Street
Pittsburgh, PA 15206
Job Posting Will Remain Open Until Filled
Equal Opportunity Employer
The Office of Children, Youth and Families (CYF), Allegheny County Department of Human Services (DHS), is seeking a Project Manager who will be responsible for providing and supervising project management and associated analysis for a wide range of human services and child welfare projects of varying complexity. Additionally, the Project Manager will help motivate team members to reach their goals and ensure that realistic project quality, change control and risk management processes are maintained and ensuing projects are delivered successfully. Additional responsibilities will include:
- Coordinating with the Director of CYF Operations and CYF Administration in support of development and implementation of new, modified and/or restored practices and/or programs as required by law, regulatory authorities and/or DHS.
- Ensuring that projects are clearly defined in terms of scope, resource requirements and key objectives and deliverables are provided within the agreed timeframes, scope and budget.
- Coordinating with CYF Administration, internal departmental staff and external agencies and partners, as needed, in support of planning activities.
- Overseeing projects to ensure successful implementation and evaluation and identifying and implementing monitoring as needed (i.e., contractual, fiscal, practice standards, success/outcomes, etc.).
- Developing documentation for project, including but not limited to, diagrams, spreadsheets and process maps, to document needs and provide information to CYF Administration.
- Preparing and presenting progress report to ensure the project is furthering organizational goals.
- Promoting CFY integration to ensure appropriate cross-component knowledge, communication and collaboration for the benefit of individuals and families served throughout all project management activities.
- Participating in systematic problem identification and problem-solving during program planning and implementation.
- Performing special projects as needed.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
- Excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to facilitate cooperative relationships.
- Demonstrated ability to work effectively with various programmatic areas.
- Demonstrated meeting facilitation skills.
- Experience with research, synthesis of information and documentation.
- Demonstrated planning skills and ability to manage project and document business process decisions.
- Excellent communications skills are required, including accurate and effective written and verbal communications.
- Strong analytic and research skills.
- Self-directed and able to operate independently to achieve program objectives.
- Flexible, creative, assertive and able to work in a multiple task and multidisciplinary environment.
- Strong computer skills and familiarity with computer software packages, particularly Microsoft products including Excel, Word, PowerPoint, Visio and Project.
- High standard of professional and ethical conduct.
- Excellent skills in team building and working in teams, with the ability to lead and follow as needed.
- Strong time management skills and the ability to balance multiple responsibilities.
- Consistent ability to meet deadlines and execute deliverables.
- Ability to travel locally as needed.
Master’s degree from an accredited college/university in a related field, plus at least three years’ experience working in the human services field with demonstrated project or program management experience that spans the project lifecycle from initiation to closing.
Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college/university in related field, plus 5 years’ experience working in the human services field with demonstrated project or program management experience that spans the project lifecycle from initiation to closing.
Valid driver’s license and access to a reliable vehicle as needed.
Salary range: $55,000-$65,000 plus comprehensive benefits package.
If hired for a position, candidates would work for Allegheny County, Department of Human Services and be employed by Great Lakes Behavioral Research Institute.
About Allegheny County Department of Human Services (DHS)
In Allegheny County, we appreciate people who think big, act boldly, and care about making a difference. You don’t have to be from here to feel at home, or to make your mark. With only 1.3 million people in the County, it is small enough for motivated people to get things done. Allegheny County’s Department of Human Services (DHS) is a perfect place to get things done that directly affect people in need in a positive and lasting way. We help children grow up safer and healthier, older adults remain able to live independently, and neighborhoods to thrive. Our mission is to improve the health and well-being of people in Allegheny County.
DHS is the largest agency in Allegheny County government, with a budget of nearly $1 billion. DHS serves over 200,000 people a year through services that include: Protecting children and youth from abuse and neglect and preventing future occurrences of maltreatment; improving child wellness through family support, home visiting, early intervention and in-home services; providing treatment for behavioral health issues such as substance use disorders and mental illness; managing the care of adults with intellectual disabilities; preventing unnecessary nursing home stays; and services that prevent homelessness and provide shelter and housing for families and individuals.
- It is innovative. Most recently, the national attention and awards we’ve gotten are for how DHS integrates data and uses them to improve the safety and well-being of children through tools that support front-line staff in making decisions (using predictive analytics).
- DHS is diverse, but we strive to be even more inclusive. Our director has made it his top priority that DHS is “the kind of place where a diverse group of talented people want to come, grow, and do their best work.” This includes equity in hiring and advancement, as well as in unleashing the creativity and ideas of staff at every level of DHS.
- It has strong, assertive leaders. We do not hire yes-people.
You can make a big impact here. We stand out as one of the best human services organizations in the country. But we need problem-solvers, innovators, and terrific leaders to make sure we are smart in how we use our funding so that we reach the people who most need our help to make their lives better.
“DHS strives to be the kind of place where a diverse mix of talented people want to come to grow and do their best work.”
-From the organization’s statement on Equity and Inclusion
AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER – M/F/V/D
Allegheny Land Trust, a non-profit land conservation organization that has been “helping local people save local land” in the Pittsburgh Region since 1993, is looking for a part-time DEVELOPMENT ASSOCIATE to work out of its Sewickley, PA office.
The Development Associate will assist and advance Allegheny Land Trust’s fundraising operations by assuming day-to-day responsibility for all donor management activities, coordinating the organization’s on-going membership renewal and expansion efforts, and performing additional administrative and support functions as requested.
Qualified candidates must have:
- Professional demeanor and proven ability to communicate effectively.
- Superior organizational and time management skills.
- Demonstrated ability to meticulously manage details.
- Working knowledge of non-profit fundraising processes as demonstrated by associate’s or bachelor’s degree in business, marketing, non-profit management or a related field.
- A minimum of one year of experience working at a non-profit organization.
- Existing knowledge of and experience using donor software systems (such as E-Tapestry, Network for Good) with ability to input and export data to maintain the system and create donor reports.
- Fluency in Microsoft Word and Excel software packages.
- Ability to effectively communicate with vendors and effectively manage vendor relationships.
- Basic understanding of and interest in conservation and environmental issues a plus.
- Understanding and willingness to adhere to ALT policies, procedures and practices.
ALT’s Development Associate must be able to successfully balance multiple projects simultaneously and pay impeccable attention to detail and deadlines, while displaying the highest level of professionalism. The position reports to ALT’s Vice President of Development and External Affairs.
This is a part-time position (16-20 hours per week) performed under normal office conditions, and please note that during the current COVID-19 pandemic it is expected that the development associate will spend a minimum of 8-hours per week in the office with stringent social distancing protocols in place. The expected hourly rate for this position is $20.00/hour.
Learn more about the position at: https://alleghenylandtrust.org/who-we-are/job-opportunities/
Learn more about ALT at: https://alleghenylandtrust.org
To apply send cover letter and resume by November 1 to: email@example.com
Reports to: Senior Development Officer and Development and Donor Services Administrative Assistant
Position Status: Temporary, Part-time, Non-Exempt
Start date/End Date: November 2nd – April 30th
Deadline: Applications accepted until October 23rd
The Development and Donor Services Intern will primarily support the work of the Development and Donor Services Department. The department empowers donors to leave philanthropic legacies that improve the community while also achieving financial goals. Donor Services representatives help donors fulfill their philanthropic goals, provide personalized services and connect donors to The Foundation’s program, financial, and development expertise. Development staff cultivate relationships with financial advisors, estate and trust attorney and accountants with the hopes that they refer their clients to The Pittsburgh Foundation for their philanthropy needs. The Development and Donor Services Intern will assist with the preparation of materials for annual donor meetings, advisor firm presentations, coordinate large mailings, and take the initiative to keep department documents, data, sensitive constituent information, and files organized and up-to-date. This individual will also help with the preparation of donor events/webinars. The expectation is that through the work with the Department, the position will gain basic knowledge of community grantmaking and how it connects to the role of the donor and the professional advisor community as well as a working knowledge of the foundation field.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
Donor Services Preparation – 50%
- Prepare APR (Annual Philanthropic Review) documents for annual meetings between donor services officers and donors.
- Prepare NDO (New Donor Orientation) documents for initial meetings between donor services officers and donors.
- Update documents (using InDesign) for APRs as needed. Prepare and update one sheet documents about giving opportunities for donors.
- Conduct research with national peer foundations.
- Work with Donor Services Team on implementation of new donor services plan. This position will be responsible for contacting donors directly via email/phone, submitting grant requests, and following up on general donor questions.
- Proven ability to work successfully with diverse populations and demonstrated commitment to promote and enhance diversity, equity and inclusion.
- Commitment to the foundation’s values of collaboration, trust, racial justice, community and accountability.
Development – 35%
- Update documents (using InDesign) and presentations (using PowerPoint) as needed for professional advisor and prospective donors.
- Conduct research to help provide timely and interesting content for monthly newsletter to professional advisors.
- Update data in Raisers Edge (RE) database:
- Conduct an audit of priority advisors in RE;
- Ensure all contact information is up to date;
- Ensure correct development officer is assigned and that is reflected in RE.
- Create APR packets for donors assigned to development officers.
- Ensure end of year gifts are ordered, packaged and ready for drop off to advisors/donors.
Administrative – 15%
- Scheduling for Development/Donor Services Staff
- Assist with webinars hosted by the Development and Donor Services Department
- Answering of phones and fielding of calls as back up to administrative staff
- Coordinate and execute large mailings to donors
- Format documents, presentations and other copy as requested
- Update internal systems with contact reports
Qualifications and Experience:
- Working towards a Bachelor’s or Master’s Degree in the fields of Management, Public Policy, Social Work, Communications or other related fields.
- Excellent writing and editing skills
- A strong, demonstrated interest in pursuing a career in foundation or non-profit work
- Meticulous careful attention to detail and quality of final work product.
- Ability to manage several projects for multiple staff members simultaneously in a fast-paced environment
- A curiosity to learn more, ask questions, and be flexible when navigating challenges.
- Commitment to The Pittsburgh Foundation values (collaboration, racial justice, community, trust, and accountability).
Please submit your resume with a 1-page cover letter detailing your interest in this position and why you believe you could be a good fit to Jobs@pghfdn.org.
About the Pittsburgh Foundation:
Established in 1945, The Pittsburgh Foundation is one of the nation’s oldest community foundations and is the 15th largest of more than 750 community foundations across the United States. As a community foundation, our resources comprise endowment funds established by individuals, businesses and organizations with a passion for charitable giving and a deep commitment to the Pittsburgh community. The Foundation has approximately 2,400 individual charitable funds and, together with its supporting organizations, assets of more than $1.3 billion. Grantmaking from the funds benefits a broad spectrum of community life within Pittsburgh and beyond with more than 2,000 grantees receiving funding annually. The Foundation typically awards grants of more than $40 million each year. Grantmaking from the Foundation’s discretionary funds leverages a broad range of resources and enables the Foundation to be an important change agent for the region. Approximately 85% of all grant-making dollars stay within the Pittsburgh region.
As a community foundation, the Philadelphia Foundation solicits and grows charitable contributions to meet the needs of changing times, supports the community through grants and scholarships, and brings individuals and institutions together across sectors and geography to address common opportunities and challenges. Currently, Philadelphia Foundation manages assets of approximately $600 million and more than 1,000 charitable funds established by its fund holders. It distributes over $30 million annually to over 2,000 nonprofits and promotes greater philanthropy in service to the community. To learn more, visit www.philafound.org.
The Philadelphia Foundation is seeking a Grantmaking Operations Associate. This is a full-time, professional (FLSA exempt) position with Greater Philadelphia’s leading center for community philanthropic engagement.
In this growing, mission-driven organization, the Grantmaking Operations Associate will be responsible for processing grants from request through closing, including grants from donor-advised, scholarship, discretionary and other funds. The Grantmaking Operations Associate will work closely with other members of staff across the organization in a fast-paced, collaborative environment, and will be expected to review grant recommendations for adequacy and accuracy, perform due diligence on potential grantees, draft grant award letters and contracts, manage grant-related data and produce reports and information as requested, and assist grantees in understanding their responsibilities under the terms of a grant. Integral to the role is learning and mastering the Philadelphia Foundation’s data management systems.
The ideal candidate will have knowledge of grants management and related tasks. They will demonstrate excellent analytical, research and problem-solving skills; strong organizational skills; meticulous attention to detail and a commitment to quality work, continuous improvement, accountability and transparency; strong communication, interpersonal and customer service skills, including the ability to establish and maintain authentic and professional relationships in cross-cultural and multi-cultural settings; and the ability to manage and complete multiple projects while meeting short- and long-term deadlines with a variable workload. Strong candidates will have demonstrated fluency with databases, graphic representation of data, Microsoft Outlook, PowerPoint, Word and Excel. A bachelor’s degree and at least 1-3 years of professional experience is preferred; combination of education, training and professional experience will also be considered.
The salary range for the Grantmaking Operations Associate is $32,000-40,000. The Philadelphia Foundation is committed to supporting its staff with a competitive benefits package which presently includes paid time-off plus holidays, medical and dental coverage for staff and their families, and participation in a retirement savings plan, among other benefits. All benefits are subject to modification by the Philadelphia Foundation at any time.
How to Apply
Applications will be considered on a rolling basis until the position is filled. Interested candidates should send a resume and letter of interest to Phil Fitzgerald at firstname.lastname@example.org no later than Oct. 23, 2020.
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Institutional Giving Officer
Reporting to the Chief Development Officer (CDO), the Institutional Giving Officer will help sustain, grow and diversify funding from a range of corporate, foundation, and government organizations. Working in close collaboration with the Director of Corporate Relations and the Director of Foundation Relations, this full-time employee based in the Washington, DC, metro area, will help develop a portfolio of institutional funders by taking an active role in prospect research, proposal writing, project management, grant tracking, and reporting. A key member of the development team, the Institutional Giving Officer will also work in partnership with program directors and finance staff on fundraising strategy tied to program implementation and fulfillment.
Chief Development Officer
Key Duties and Responsibilities
- Perform high-quality and strategic research along with identifying and cultivating donor prospects.
- Prepare and submit LOI’s, proposals, renewals requests, and reports in partnership with development leadership and program and finance team members.
- Create and maintain an annual Grants Pipeline, with robust and accurate templates to streamline UsA2’s grant writing process. Track all grant deliverables and timelines.
- Gather grant information internally and through market research.
- Work with senior staff to develop persuasive proposal strategies.
- Ensure that all donor management stages are recorded in the donor database.
- Collaborate on sponsorship levels and secure corporate sponsors for fundraising events, providing other event support as needed.
- Manage correspondence and other accompanying materials.
Qualifications, Skills, and Abilities
- Bachelor’s degree with minimum of five years’ experience in fundraising and partnership development with foundations and corporations.
- Strong work ethic and dedication to addressing a major medical and health justice challenge.
- Proven ability to manage, support, and grow a robust Institutional Giving program.
- Exceptional interpersonal, relationship-building, written, and verbal communication skills:
- Demonstrated experience writing clear and convincing proposals and developing budgets for foundations and other institutional funders.
- Demonstrated experience writing metrics-driven reports and funder stewardship materials.
- Demonstrated awareness of, sensitivity to, and competence in communication with and about culturally and socioeconomically diverse populations.
- Proven ability to secure five- or six-figure gifts from public, foundation, and corporate donors and manage reporting requirements to all institutional funders.
- Knowledge of industry standards, current trends, and best practices.
- Experience researching institutional prospects.
- Experience engaging institutional funders in events, including event sponsorships.
- Strong organizational and time-management skills; proven ability to prioritize and deliver on time.
- Ability to work both independently and collaboratively among small teams, in a complex, fast-paced organization serving multiple stakeholders.
- Proficiency with MS Office 365 products; familiarity with donor software including Every Action and BuzzStream preferred.
This is a full-time, salaried position, commensurate with experience. The generous benefits package includes 15 vacation days, 10 sick days, standard holidays, a 401k retirement plan with 4% employer match, and a choice of medical plans covering all or a portion of health, vision, and dental insurance.
How to Apply
Interested candidates should send resume and cover letter including salary expectations to email@example.com. Please note Institutional Giving Officer in the subject line.