Director of Philanthropy, San Diego, CACompany: Premierehire Executive Search
Date Posted: November 8, 2017
- In partnership with the Executive Director, the DOP will manage the philanthropy program to achieve stated goals, including annual giving campaign, major gifts, gala events, planned giving, and grants.
- Provide leadership and guidance to the senior management team and Board of Directors, assisting them in establishing and achieving goals, launching a development/philanthropy committee, setting regular meeting agendas and coordinating meetings with the committee chair, and providing staff support for annual events and activities.
- Engage and manage the philanthropy department staff (including a full-time Communications Manager and part-time Major Gifts Officer) in evaluating fundraising performance and future planning, including short-term and long-term strategies, goals and objectives to secure philanthropic support for IRT’s mission, annual operating budget and strategic goals.
- Manage and execute the organization’s three-year Strategic Philanthropy Plan and update every year to compliment the organization’s strategic goals.
- Update, manage and execute detailed Annual Philanthropy Plan with goal to increase the current level of giving by at least 10% annually.
- Secure funds by managing portfolio of 80-100 $1,000+ donors, assuring that as many as possible are retained as continuing donors to the organization and are upgraded in their giving and involvement.
- Place as a top priority meeting with donors face-to-face, and facilitating for the Executive Director, Board members and Ambassadors when appropriate, meet with donors face-to-face. Travel and schedule flexibility is required.
- Research prospective funding sources of support; prepare or oversee preparation of proposals/grants and manage and track the grants process to achieve annual support from foundations and businesses/corporations.
- Partner with the new Development/Philanthropy committee to plan and implement annual stewardship activities/events, including the annual gala, to engage a diverse, multi-generational audience.
- Partner with Executive Director to develop and nurture donor relationships, and to increase revenue from individuals, foundations and businesses/corporations.
- Partner with the Director of Operations & Program Development and Communications Manager to ensure that up-to-date materials on program impact are available for major donor presentations, including personalized proposal presentations and marketing materials.
- Maintain ultimate accountability for the accuracy and integrity of the donor information management system, Raisers Edge. Generate meaningful reports on philanthropy program progress, targets and potential strategies.
- In coordination with the Communications Manager, develop, implement and manage a comprehensive and robust Raisers Edge-based donor/donor prospect moves management system and procedures to optimize the database.
- Develop and implement gift policies and procedures. Monitor compliance with internal and external gift acceptance policies, procedures and recognition.
- Assume other duties as assigned by the Executive Director.
- Passion for international relief.
- Impeccable relationship management, business management, and project management skills.
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
- Excellent grant proposal writing and grant management skills.
- Excellent volunteer leadership and management skills.
- Strong team spirit and ethic to match organizational culture.
- Ability to thrive in a “small shop” environment.
- Willingness and capability to work at a level of detail appropriate to the current size of the organization as well as the capacity to grow.
- Capacity to serve as an ambassador of the organization within the San Diego community and International collaborative relief community.
- Strong competency in common office and fundraising software and social media platforms (such as MS Office including Word, Excel and PowerPoint; Raisers Edge; Facebook, Twitter, etc.).
- Ability to work evenings and weekends as required by meetings and special events.
Education and Experience:
- Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university
- Demonstrated commitment to continuing education in nonprofit fundraising and management; CFRE preferred.
- Minimum four (4) years’ experience leading comprehensive fund development/philanthropy department operations including: managing staff; building a donor-centric culture of philanthropy; optimizing fundraising databases; demonstrated track record implementing moves management best practices with individuals, foundations and businesses/corporations; annual campaigns; event planning and management; and volunteer engagement.
- Demonstrated success in grant writing and grant management.
Salary commensurate with experience, and eligibility for a bonus plan based on agreed upon milestones created in partnership with the Executive Director.
Excellent benefits package including medical allowance, 9 paid holidays per year plus one week between Christmas and New Year’s Day, and 401 (k) matching plan.
For more information please contact Stephanie Carlucci at firstname.lastname@example.org or 760-579-0248.
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