Job Board

Family Promise of Northern New Castle County - Development & Marketing Manager

Posted: 4/21/2021

Salary Range: $42,000 - $46,000
 
Family Promise of Northern New Castle County (FPNNCC) prevents and ends homelessness for families with children by engaging faith-based congregations, volunteers and donors. 
 
Overview of Position

Family Promise NNCC is expanding to help even more families with children. This position is essential to growth and long-term sustainability. The Development and Marketing Manager is responsible for grant writing and management, fundraising, marketing and stewardship activities. S/he will help maintain our positive reputation and achieve ambitious fundraising goals to ensure the organization has financial resources to fuel growth.  
 
Key Responsibilities

Community Relations/Communication/Marketing (25%):

  • Promote Family Promise NNCC’s image in the community via web, visual, written materials. 
  • Cultivate relationships with businesses, individuals, media outlets and foundations that will create new sources of philanthropic support for FPNNCC along with Executive Director. 
  • Ensure Family Promise NNCC has web presence, including social media and e-blasts.
  • Provide tours of Family Promise and information sessions to raise awareness of FPNNCC.  
  • Gather stories of guest and volunteers to use for marketing purposes.  
Individual Giving Cultivation & Stewardship (35%):

  • Implement, manage, and assess the development plan, catered to individual giving.
  • Cultivate, steward, and expand relationships with donors, providing excellent service rooted in fundraising best practices and FPNNCC values. 
  • Report to donors on use of gifts, arrange meetings with donors, and help celebrate/acknowledge gifts.
  • Ensure appreciation/thank you notes/tax receipts/phone calls are completed in a timely fashion.
  • Responsible for all aspects of fundraising events and friend-raisers.
  • Send out targeted direct mail and e-mail campaigns.
  • Maintain donor database, entering new donors, contacts and donations/grants. Ensure database is accurate, updated regularly and data is reportable. 
  • Engage and lead the development committee in stewardship and marketing efforts.  
Grant Administration (35%):

  • Grant-writing and grant reporting, including program outcomes. 
  • Maintain relationships with foundation partners as well as government partners. 
  • Work with case management team to operate within grant reporting and funding guidelines. 
Administrative (5%):

  • Answer calls from prospective donors (financial, item donations).
  • Answer door and collecting new donations, greeting families, etc. 
  • Maintaining system capturing donations, grants, pledges, billings and receipts.
  • Additional responsibilities as needed.  
The Development and Marketing Manager will possess the following knowledge, skills and abilities:

  • Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written.
  • Fundraising experience, specifically individual giving cultivation is a must.
  • Have a positive, energetic, ‘get-it-done’ attitude.
  • Be personable and professional with the ability to interface with diverse constituents, including government, corporate and faith-based partners.
  • Outstanding organizational, judgment and problem solving skills. Solid intuition is a must.
  • Excellent computer skills, including tech, database management and social media experience.
  • Experience with website design, Adobe Creative Cloud and Salesforce preferred. 
  • A track record of setting up systems to get things done. Can self-manage and focus on multiple projects/ deadlines at the same time; attention to details. 
  • A commitment to high professional ethical standards, discretion, and confidentiality. Operate with professionalism, integrity and honesty. 
  • Able to lift up to 25 pounds.
  • Have a Bachelor’s Degree.
  • Have experience with a growing organization, evaluating opportunities and capitalizing only on the ones that align with growing our mission. 
Work Environment & Measuring Success

  • The Development and Marketing Manager reports to the Family Promise NNCC Executive Director. 
  • Family Promise is comprised of a small staff and a large pool of volunteers. 
  • The staff offices are located in the Day Center for the hospitality shelter network.
  • This position’s success is measured by: fundraising benchmarks, expanding brand/marketing reach, and increased success in keeping families together in a safe environment.
Compensation

  • This is a full-time position with benefits: health insurance reimbursement, generous PTO, retirement match; salary range is mid $40ks based upon experience.
  •  Mileage reimbursement for work-related car travel.

Application Instructions: Applicants will email employment@familypromisede.org: cover letter, resume and statement of availability. Please include the words “Development and Marketing Manager” in subject line.

Williamson College of the Trades - Grant and Research Associate

Posted: 4/20/2021

Salary Range: $50,000-$55,000
 
Position Purpose
 
Works with and assists Director of Grants & Research by researching, writing and editing grant proposals and reports for institutional and individual donors, conducting donor prospect research and assisting with donor stewardship efforts.
 
Essential Duties and Responsibilities/Functions

  • Works with and assists the Director, Grants & Research to streamline efforts in foundation, corporate and government grantors and individual donors.
  • Maintains grants calendar and funding database to track funding requirements and deadlines.
  • Writes, edits, gathers and maintains background data, performance metrics, budget information and attachments for grant proposals for general operating support, program development and restricted fund needs and assures accuracy of all information. 
  • Writes and submits 30 proposals to qualified sources.
  • Prepares interim and final reports to foundation, corporate and government grantors and individual donors.  Ensures that such follow-up communication is on time, accurate, detailed and metric-driven.
  • Ensures that grant files and actions in Raisers Edge database are current and completed per established guidelines.
  • Assists with developing a target list of new foundation and corporate giving prospects and prepares summary profiles for each utilizing tools such as Grant Watch, FDO and other databases.
  • Conducts prospect research on campus visitors and potential funders using multiple online sources including Research Point.
  • Identifies and researches lapsed foundation and corporate donors, and prepares/updates information for each.
  • Participates in creating strategies to engage foundations and grant-making corporations. 
  • Develops and maintains narratives and internal statistics such as student demographics, PELL eligible student count, etc. for general operating support and special funding projects.
  • Produces the Year in Review annual impact document.
  • Participates in the Student Scholarship Program by producing materials as needed, such as donor profiles, power point program content, etc.
  • Schedules arrangements and accompanies Director, Grants & Research on solicitation visits and funding proposal meetings as requested. 
  • Performs other duties as assigned.
Qualifications (Skills and Abilities Required)

  • Bachelor’s Degree
  • Two years of fundraising or research experience
  • General computer skills, Microsoft Office Suite, Blackbaud/Raisers Edge
  • High level of writing ability and research expertise
  • Excellent spelling and grammatical skills, letter writing experience
  • Exceptional attention to detail 
  • Ability to cheerfully and effectively manage multiple projects in a deadline-driven environment. 
  • Experience with communicating effectively and tactfully with a wide variety of internal and external constituents, including donors, partners, program officers, trustees, faculty and senior executives.  
Working Conditions

  • Extensive Computer Work
  • Meetings mainly on campus, but some will require local travel. 
Physical Requirements

  • Ability to carry 25 pounds.
  • Ability to walk up and down stairs.
  • Ability to walk around campus to other buildings. 
How to Apply

Please send cover letter, resume, Williamson Employment Application, and contact info for at least three references to (email preferred):
 
Bradley A. Richardson
Associate Vice President for Institutional Advancement
brichardson@williamson.edu
Williamson College of the Trades
106 South New Middletown Road
Media, PA 19063

Nativity Prep of Wilmington - Director of Development

Posted: 4/20/2021
 
Salary Range: $55,000-$70,000

Full Time – Exempt, Reporting to President
 
About Nativity Prep of Wilmington: 

Nativity Preparatory School of Wilmington is a tuition-free Catholic middle school for boys.  Guided by the example of Saint Francis de Sales, it strives to educate students, regardless of faith, to maximize their God given potential.  Nativity empowers them to earn acceptance and achieve success in a college preparatory school through a rigorous holistic education.  
 
Summary of Position:

The Director of Development will be responsible for developing and implementing a comprehensive fundraising strategy for Nativity Prep of Wilmington. The Director of Development will be responsible for meeting fundraising goals through donor cultivation, public relations, and management of the development office. The Director of Development will work collaboratively with the President and key staff members, as well as the Board of Trustees to effectively engage sources of funding in our immediate community and beyond. 
 
Specific areas of responsibility include:
 
Fundraising

  • Organizes, manages, and executes all agency fundraising activities including, but not limited to, annual solicitations, major gifts, endowments, and special projects
  • Implements and manages the Student Scholarship Program
  • Manages Capital Campaign operations
  • Manages all strategies and activities for donor cultivation, solicitation, and relations
  • Maintains contact with and develops grant proposals for foundations, corporations and government funding sources
  • Develops a comprehensive fund development plan to ensure agency funding goals are achieved
 Development Office Infrastructure

  • Creates office systems to support all Development projects and operations
  • Supervises one staff member
  • Supervises donor and gift recordkeeping
  • Coordinates development research activities
  • Oversees the management of donor database and all records, files, and gift processing
  • Manages acknowledgement of all gifts to donors 
Donor Relations

  • Actively engages individuals, foundations, corporations and public sources
  • Participates in solicitations, as appropriate
  • Ensures all donors are kept up to date with Nativity’s activities and events
  • Oversees event planning of signature spring event (Ignite)
Board of Directors

  • Works with the Board of Directors and the President to develop strategies to initiate and meet aggressive fundraising goals
  • Develops fundraising training for board members and other leadership volunteers
  • Creates reports for the President to deliver to the Board of Directors and other agencies
  • Researches and recommends potential new board members who have the potential to make a difference for Nativity Prep
  • Manages Development Committee engaging group to support fundraising activity 
Public Relations, Marketing, and Advertising

  • Develops public relations and advertising plan that raises the profile of Nativity Prep within the community
  • Oversees designs and production of all major publications, including the Trailblazer (magazine), 1515 publications, Annual Report, Website, Constant Contact, and all printed and promotional materials
  • Develops and implements strategies with the Principal and other key employees to identify and support volunteer needs
  • Plans and executes, with support, a social media strategy for the school  
Qualifications:

  • A minimum of 5 years professional fundraising experience with a proven track record of success
  • Bachelor’s Degree required
  • Proven experience in designing and managing diverse areas of development, including solicitation skills
  • Experience with developing and maintaining productive working relationships with board members and donors
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Ability to work as a leader and as part of a team
  • Familiarity with non-profits and education landscape
Knowledge/Skills/Abilities:

  • Ability to work in a fast-paced office
  • Capability to multi-task a wide range of projects
  • Strong planning and organizational skills
  • Ability to work in a multi-cultural environment
  • Proficiency in MS office suite, including Excel
  • Experience with designing the application of donor management software
How to Apply:
 
Please send your cover letter and resume, or any questions relating to the position, to bray@nativitywilmington.org.  
 
 

Delaware Technical Community College - Director of Alumni and Annual Giving

Posted: 4/18/2021
 
Salary Range: $72,588

SUMMARY STATEMENT: An incumbent is responsible for developing and implementing a strategic alumni relations and annual giving programs that build and strengthen relationships among the College and its graduates, prospective donors and friends to maximize alumni and donor interest in, and engagement with, the College.

NATURE AND SCOPE: 

An incumbent in this position reports to the vice president for institutional effectiveness and development. The incumbent will provide administrative oversight for executing annual giving appeals, engaging alumni, and securing event sponsorships through targeted communication strategies and creative initiatives. Typical contacts include vice presidents, development staff, administrators, faculty, staff, and Campus Development Council members, as well as alumni, prospective donors, existing donors, and a broad spectrum of senior management officials at private corporations and foundations.

PRINCIPAL ACCOUNTABILITIES: 

An incumbent may perform any combination of the below listed accountabilities:
  1. Designs and implements activities and initiatives to engage alumni in volunteering, annual giving, and events.
  2. Develops and implements an alumni communication plan to include: press releases, Delaware Tech Magazine articles, quarterly alumni e-newsletters, social media posts, and website content.
  3. Serves as the primary resource for the Alumni Association Board of Directors, including organizing its meetings and activities.
  4. Manages and executes the annual Distinguished Alumni Award for all campuses.
  5. Develops and implements a strategic annual giving program that includes direct mail, email, crowdfunding, social media, and face-to-face meetings to engage target audiences and expand the donor base and increase gifts.
  6. Develops and provides oversight for annual planning goals, strategies, fundraising targets and assessment related to annual giving and campus fundraising events by utilizing fundraising and donor data.
  7. Collaborates with major gifts and planning staff to identify annual donors for cultivation at enhanced levels.
  8. Oversees the strategy and execution of sponsorship solicitations for campus fundraising events by working in collaboration with the vice president and campus directors.
  9. Provides leadership for the annual Employee Giving Campaign to include identification and training of campus volunteers and preparation of related materials and reports.
  10. Collaborates with development services staff to produce alumni, prospective donor, and gift reports, as well as alumni and donor relations collateral.
  11. Serves on cultivation/stewardship teams as needed with senior leaders and development staff to continually enhance donor relations.
  12. Assists designated vice president and campus director as needed with hosting prospects and donors.
  13. Performs other related duties as required.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES: 

  • Knowledge of the community in the area surrounding the assigned campus location.
  • Knowledge of fundraising strategies and techniques.
  • Knowledge of tax benefits associated with various forms of charitable gifts including cash donations, land donations, charitable gift annuities, and charitable remainder unitrusts.
  • Knowledge of non-profit law.
  • Knowledge of word processing, spreadsheet, and database management software.
  • Skill in developing and conducting presentations.
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills.
  • Strong writing, organizational, and analytical skills.
  • Knowledge of College policies and procedures.
  • Ability to effectively communicate in both oral and written form.
  • Ability to effectively communicate and relate to a diverse population in a multicultural environment.
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
 
Bachelor’s degree in a relevant field and four (4) years of relevant experience; or other equivalent combination of education and experience.
 
HOW TO APPLY:
 
Applicants should apply at 
https://dtcc.peopleadmin.com/postings/search. Search postings for REG2814PO. 
 

Delaware Center for Horticulture - Membership & Volunteer Manager

Posted: 4/14/2021
 
Salary Range: $35,000 to $52,500

The Delaware Center for Horticulture (DCH) is seeking an energetic, motivated and people-oriented professional to serve as the organization’s Membership & Volunteer Manager. This position is a full-time, exempt (salaried) position reporting directly to the Director of Advancement. Primary lead roles include membership programming and administration, volunteer management and coordination, and database/gift entry management. Support roles include assisting with special fundraising and donor cultivation efforts. 
 
Key responsibilities/goals include:

  • Develop and implement programs, events and campaigns to attract new members and retain existing members; develop on-boarding program for new members to engage and retain.
  • Oversee membership communication, renewal, recruitment, and recapture email/mailings.
  • Coordinate membership benefits, manage member discount program, track membership numbers monthly, and coordinate member appreciation and recruitment events.
  • Work with staff to create volunteer job opportunities, maintain job descriptions, and create new ones when needed.
  • Recruit individuals and teams of volunteers, conduct interviews and provide orientation and training as needed.
  • Create and update volunteer manual; maintain volunteer database and tracking of hours. 
  • Coordinate annual volunteer appreciation event and awards ceremony.
Desired skills and qualifications

  • Bachelor's degree preferred, but not required if applicable experience is demonstrated.
  • Ability and experience working with diverse constituents and team members. 
  • Experience and familiarity with nonprofit membership programming highly desired.
  • Experience, understanding and capacity to learn constituent database (CRM) navigation and reporting is required.
  • Excellent public speaking and verbal communication skills required; top candidates will have a strong affinity and comfort level for interacting with DCH’s members, supporters and the public.
  • Strong time management and organizational skills are required aspects of managing multiple responsibilities.
  • Results-oriented approach to maintaining and tracking information, metrics and statistics.
  • Affinity for horticultural, gardening and/or environmental work is beneficial but not required.
  • Enthusiasm, interest and appreciation for DCH’s mission and organizational values are essential. 
Compensation

  • Established salary range for this position is $35,000 - $52,500, based on experience, with median (midpoint) at $43,750.
  • DCH offers a competitive benefits plan which includes health/dental/vision, health savings account, paid leave (including vacation, sick time, paid holidays and additional personal days), retirement plan and matching contributions, and supplemental employee wellness benefits 
Instructions to Apply

Please send a cover letter, resume and three professional references to: careers@thedch.org (please reference Membership & Volunteer Manager in email subject line).                                                                  
   
For information about the Delaware Center for Horticulture’s mission, values and programs, please visit www.thedch.org.
 
Applications will be reviewed as they are received. Position open until filled. No phone calls please.
 
DCH is an equal-opportunity employer that is committed to diversity, equity and inclusion. DCH prohibits discrimination and harassment of any kind based on race, color, sex, religion, gender, sexual orientation, national origin, disability, genetic information, pregnancy, or any other protected characteristic as outlined by federal, state, or local laws.
 
DCH’s policies apply to all employment practices within our organization, including hiring, recruiting, promotion, termination, layoff, recall, leave of absence, compensation, benefits, training, and apprenticeship. The Delaware Center for Horticulture makes hiring decisions based solely on qualifications, merit, and business needs at the time.

Episcopal Community Services  - Director of Individual Giving  (Philadelphia)

Posted: 4/9/2021

Salary Range: $85,000

Episcopal Community Services (ECS), a leading provider of direct social services in the Greater Philadelphia region, embraces adaptability and program innovation to meet the evolving and diverse needs of Philadelphians who are under-resourced. ECS has a 150-year legacy of transforming itself in times of crisis and providing essential support services for the city’s most vulnerable. ECS strives to challenge and reduce intergenerational poverty through programs designed to help participants move out of poverty and achieve self-sufficiency. ECS’ core programs address workforce development, housing, afterschool enrichment, health education, and food insecurity. 
 
Reporting to the Chief Advancement Officer, the Director of Individual Giving raises funds for Episcopal Community Services by managing a portfolio of assigned, qualified donors, assuring that as many as possible are retained as continuing donors to the organization and are upgraded in their giving and involvement. The position is focused on strengthening donor relationships with Episcopal Community Services and building philanthropic support. 
 
Qualified candidates will have a minimum of 5 years of experience in advancement, with a proven record of success securing major gifts. The successful candidate has proven experience developing solicitation strategies and a track record of success identifying, cultivating, and soliciting major gift level donors, including sophisticated, high-net-worth individuals. Must have proven success independently closing major gifts of $25,000 and above demonstrated through recent experience as a donor-facing calling officer. The successful candidate must have superior communication skills to express, orally and in writing, Episcopal Community Services’ mission, vision, and goals with clarity, passion, and persuasion. Must believe in the mission and vision of Episcopal Community Services with a personal interest in racial equity and reducing intergenerational poverty. Bachelor’s degree required; fundraising training and certifications desirable. Willing and able to travel; access to a car; must be available to attend events after work hours or on weekends as needed.
 
For a complete position description, listing of qualifications and additional information on Episcopal Community Services, visit our website at www.lambertassoc.com.

Qualified candidates may send resume and salary requirements to: Catharine McGeever, Lambert & Associates, 222 S Manoa Road, Suite 201, Havertown, PA 19083, cfmcgeever@lambertassoc.com

Choir School of Delaware - Marketing and Development Associate

Posted: 4/7/2021
 
Salary Range: $55,000 - $59,000
 
Position Description

The Choir School of Delaware (CSD) provides a lifeline for Wilmington students and their families. More than just a choir, the Choir School serves as “a community center that sings.” We create a more equitable Wilmington by providing year-round academic support, opportunities for identity formation, superior music education, and access to community resources. The Choir School’s programming addresses the underlying and root causes of generational poverty and socioeconomic disparities. The Choir School acknowledges systemic inequity and works to remove barriers to success.

The Marketing and Development Associate (MDA) reports directly to the Director of Music and Operations (DMO) and works closely with the DMO and the Director of Development and Advancement (DDA) to communicate the impact, mission, and vision of the orgainzation. The MDA provides support in the following areas: 
  • Communications to the public, volunteers, donors, potential donors, and external organizations
  • Creation, implementation, and maintenance of direct mail, email, radio, and social media campaigns
  • Marketing and donor list management and segmentation
  • Event management
Key Tasks and Responsibilities

Marketing:
  1. Develop communications regarding the impact of CSD to prospective families, business leaders, corporate and foundation representatives, and government officials in an effort to advance the mission of CSD.
  2. Develop and implement a comprehensive marketing and development plan with measurable outcomes and deadlines. 
  3. Assist the Choir School staff in planning and executing annual CSD subscription series and special events.
  4. Build and maintain a robust sponsorship program that supports CSD performances and programming.
  5. Regularly update CSD’s external website and social media accounts. 
  6. Oversee, in conjunction with DDA, printed and digital content to keep stakeholders, donors, friends, and prospects of CSD informed about program impact.
  7. Coordinate recording, video, and/or photography of performances, rehearsals, summer camp, and other events. 
  8. Manage the production and artistic design of externally produced marketing and development collateral. 
  9. Manage in-house printing jobs for programs, reports, handbooks, etc.
  10. Develop creative PR; be proactive with media announcements and other press releases. 
  11. Coordinate the publishing of the  Annual Report both printed and digitally.
  12. Maintain all marketing and donor databases, establishing and following rules of data entry to ensure a cohesive network of data. 
Development:
  1. Work with DDA to process donations and manage donor thank you letters, to be sent within two business days of receipt of the donation.
  2. Maintain in-house inventory of marketing collateral and development materials; maintain the readiness of run-out/“Development” box for all events. 
  3. Assist DDA  in preparation of annual appeal letters and mailings to be personalized by the Board of Directors or other letters as requested by DMO.
  4. Assist DDA and DMO with grant management, ensuring all CSD staff provide needed data/narratives in a timely manner, managing systems in place to record data, and assist with compilation and presentation of data presented to funders. 
  5. Assist in management and growth of annual fundraising events.
  6. Participate in director and funder tours as scheduled.
  7. Assist DDA with special projects: Annual Gala and Benefit Concert, Annual FriendRaising Breakfast, Thank You Luncheon for donors.
General Administration:
  1. Maintain all marketing and donor databases, establishing and following rules of data entry to ensure a cohesive network of data. 
  2. Attend continuing education opportunities to support personal and institutional growth.
  3. Develop collegial relationships with staff.
  4. Attend staff meetings and other discussions as needed.
  5. Support other tasks as needed. 
Qualifications and Technical Proficiencies:
  1. Minimum bachelor’s degree required.
  2. Excellent written and oral communication skills required.
  3. Ability to organize own work effectively, prioritizing competing workloads and working to meet demanding timelines.
  4. Reliable and trustworthy; can take direction and function as part of a team.
  5. Displays professionalism, patience, and flexibility; works well with children and adults.
  6. Is creative and motivated; exudes positive energy
  7. Strong software skills and proficiencies are essential to successful performance, including experience with Microsoft Office, GSuite, Quickbook, Adobe Creative Suite, Final Cut Pro or Adobe Premeire Pro, CRM/patron management systems (Constant Contact and Donor Perfect) and Canva. 
Salary and Benefits

Competitive salary ($55,000-59,000) and benefits including health, dental, retirement, and vacation.
 
Equal Opportunity Employer

The Choir School of Delaware is is an equal opportunity employer. We celebrate diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees without regard to gender, race, ethnicity, religion, sexual orientation, or gender expression.
 
To Apply
 
Please send resume, cover letter, and references to careers@choirschoolofdelaware.org. Please also be prepared to provide two writing and two media samples if requested.

Events & Donor Relations Coordinator - Easterseals of Delaware & Maryland's Eastern Shore

Posted: 3/19/2021
  
Salary Range: $45,000-$50,000
 
The Events & Donor Relations Coordinator will be responsible for planning, coordination and implementation of Easterseals signature fundraising events, as well as, other events related to donor recognition.
 
The Events & Donor Relations Coordinator will work closely with members of the Development & Communications Teams to promote donor engagement, increase event participation and grow annual philanthropic support from the community.
 
Easterseals is a leading provider of services and programs for people with disabilities and special needs, enabling them the opportunity to live, learn, work and play in the community. This key development position will offer the successful candidate an opportunity to make a significant impact on the future of the organization.
 
Minimum Qualifications:

  • Minimum of 3-5 years of development & event planning experience
  • Bachelor's degree
  • Excellent communication and presentation skills
  • Must be detail oriented, with exceptional planning and organizational skills
  • Must adhere to high ethical standards pertaining to donor confidentiality
How to Apply:
 
Please send cover letter and resume to Jaime Dellose at jwilson@esdel.org.
 
Easterseals is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer.

NCALL - Communications & Marketing Specialist

Posted: 3/17/2021
 
Salary Range: $45,000 - $55,000
 
Are you ready to join an organization where you can make an extraordinary impact every day? 
 
NCALL in Dover, Delaware is an established nonprofit leader working across Delmarva in the fields of affordable housing, financial capability, community development and revitalization, real estate development, community lending, and region-wide Self-Help housing. With an outstanding history of achievements that spans more than four decades, a diverse staff of 39, and a budget of $5 million, we are a charter member and star producer in NeighborWorks America’s 250-member Network of Excellence. 
 
Mission: Strengthen Communities through Housing, Lending, and Education
2030 Vision: Thriving Neighborhoods and Equitable Housing for all on the Delmarva Peninsula
Core Values: Compassionate, Resourceful, Trustworthy, Responsive, Innovative
 
NCALL has an immediate opening for a talented, creative, and hands-on Marketing & Communications professional. This is a full-time position at a busy, complex organization, and still developing in both structure and strategy. The ideal candidate will possess the ability to organize, refine, originate, collaborate on, and produce all marketing and communications output. S/he will have a central role in our new branding initiative. Some travel and occasional evening and weekend work required. Rewards include opportunities for professional growth, education, networking, and advancement; a wide variety of tasks, projects, and challenges; a welcoming work environment, smart and dedicated colleagues, and a worthy purpose. 
 
How to Apply
 
Competitive salary and benefits, commensurate with qualifications and experience. Please complete the application on our website http://www.ncall.org/careers/, and attach writing and design samples, social media/web links, and your resume along with a persuasive cover letter that illustrates why you are the perfect person for this job.
 
APPLICATION DEADLINE: Monday, April 5, 2021, 4:30 pm

SUPERVISOR: Resource Development Director
 
SUMMARY OF DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: 

Lead the strategy, development, execution, and measurement of all marketing and communications activities. Conceptualize, manage, and execute multiple campaigns/projects through a variety of channels and platforms.
  • Develop and communicate a deep understanding of NCALL’s mission and purpose to ensure focus and consistency.
  • Craft values-driven messaging and content marketing strategies that resonate with the public, as well as current and prospective supporters.
  • Work and collaborate directly with the management team, as well as with other marketing/communications professionals and creative consultants. 
  • Oversee brand and core messaging: contact management, publications, direct mail and email promotions, broadcast/print/social media, and others as appropriate. 
Internal and External Communications
  • Assist staff with creating and disseminating in-house and public-facing materials.
  • Present communications plans and activities to reach multiple target audiences, foster public engagement and convey the excellence of NCALL’s programs, services, and customer support. 
  • Lead production of internal newsletter, Annual Report, email blasts, and program updates.
Creative Content Production
  • Craft print and digital communications products that strengthen NCALL’s brand presence and engage target audiences, such as press releases and video clips.
  • Create written and other collateral items for programs, events, presentations, and meetings. 
  • Design and coordinate user-friendly attractive website with current and relevant content.
Digital Marketing/Online Administration
  • Generate social media content and provide daily front-line monitoring and response.
  • Develop comprehensive, easy-to-understand Communications & Marketing calendar.
  • Record, track, interpret and report social media analytics. 
Brand Advancement
  • Key role in shaping brand guidelines and style manual.
  • Primary responsibility for understanding and executing brand identity. 
  • Monitor compliance with brand guidelines organization wide.
Administrative Support
  • Maintain Marketing & Communications records, images, files, and statistics.
  • Schedule and prepare materials for meetings/events and present reports and recommendations.
  • Coordinate with Resource Development Director on fundraising campaigns and outreach.
  • Other tasks as assigned.
QUALIFICATIONS:

Required

  • Bachelor or Associate degree, and 5+ years of progressively responsible communications-related experience.
  • Experience and competence as webmaster.
  • Demonstrated excellence in developing and implementing online and offline marketing plans, using a variety of communications resources and media channels.
  • Proven written and visual communications skills: able to compose polished business emails, web content, and publications.
  • Proven verbal communication and interviewing skills with ability to interact well with the public, media, stakeholders, staff, and volunteers. 
  • Excellent interpersonal skills, with the ability to represent NCALL and handle sensitive situations with tact and discretion.
  • Proficiency in standard Microsoft Office applications, Adobe design applications, and Canva.
  • Proficiency in Internet applications, mass email products, and social media platforms.
Preferred

  • Background in English, public relations, marketing and/or communications.
  • Nonprofit experience with a record of promoting a positive, open organizational culture.
  • Knowledge of and contacts in Delaware’s media outlets and nonprofit sector.
  • Experience as organization or institution Public Information Officer.
Personal Strengths

  • Ability to build partnerships and to gain consensus with co-workers and peers. 
  • Proactive and flexible self-starter, skilled at managing multiple priorities and deadlines.
  • Creative problem-solving skills, detail-oriented and organized.
  • Shows imagination, initiative, enthusiasm, and a sense of humor. 
NCALL is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Diversity and inclusion apply to both our workforce and the communities we serve.

Delaware Art Museum - Executive Associate for Board Relations & Advancement

Posted: 3/17/2021
 
Salary Range: $35,000 - $38,000
 
The Executive Associate for Board Relations & Advancement is an essential part of the DelArt team. They are the primary point of contact to the Museum’s Board of Trustees; they assist the Executive Director on a variety of administrative tasks; they support general fundraising operations, including tracking certain gifts and writing thank you letters; and they strategize how to keep the full staff engaged with one another as well as visible at community programs and events. Though this person reports to DelArt’s Executive Director, they develop a wide range of relationships with all Museum departments, the Museum’s Board, and a number of donors, volunteers, and community members. For these reasons it is essential that this person be an efficient worker, a skilled communicator, and a person with a genuine joy and passion for connecting people. 
 
Specific duties and responsibilities include:
 
Board Relations (40%):  Manages all aspects of the Board of Trustees, including scheduling meetings, preparing and sending out meeting materials, attending and taking minutes at Board and committee meetings, and keeping Board-related materials in order and up to date. 
 
Executive Assistant (20%): Supports Executive Director with a range of administrative tasks, including calendar management, correspondence, and acting as a trusted relationship management advisor.
 
Advancement (20%): Works with Executive Director and Director of Advancement on fundraising-related tasks and projects, including gift tracking, record keeping and timely acknowledgement letters, donor research and reports, and assisting in the planning and implementation of fundraising events. 
 
Staff and community engagement (20%): Schedules and plans staff meetings and teambuilding outings, spearheads initiatives to increase staff communication, keeps track of Museum partners, and ensures important community events have Museum representation and support. 
 
SKILLS AND QUALIFICATIONS

  • Associate’s degree and 2-4 years of experience in an administrative role, preferably within a nonprofit
  • Commitment and enthusiasm to relationship building and donor stewardship
  • Experience working with nonprofit board members and volunteers
  • Skilled in MS Windows and MS Office products, Outlook, and data management
  • Excellent organizational skills including effective time management, ability to set and fulfill priorities, and demonstrated ability to work effectively in a fast-paced environment
  • Superb communication, writing, and editing skills
  • Strong interpersonal and problem-solving skills
  • Able to maintain strict confidentiality
  • Highly motivated and able to work both independently and collaboratively as part of a team
  • Embraces Delaware Art Museum’s mission and strategic vision
  • A collegial attitude and sense of humor
How to Apply
We invite you to apply. Please send a cover letter, resume, and salary expectations to HR@Delart.org.

To learn more about the Delaware Art Museum, please visit our website at www.delart.org. Interviewing will begin when qualified applicants have been identified; the job will close when an offer has been accepted.

The Delaware Art Museum is committed to inclusivity and encourage qualified candidates from all cultures and communities to apply. Delaware Art Museum is an equal opportunity employer.

About the Museum 
For over 100 years, the Museum has served as a primary arts and cultural institution in Delaware. It is alive with experiences, discoveries, and activities to connect people with art and with each other. Originally created in 1912 to honor the renowned illustrator and Wilmington-native, Howard Pyle, the Museum’s collection has grown to over 12,000 works of art in our building and sculpture garden. Also recognized for British Pre-Raphaelite art, the Museum is home to the largest and most important Pre-Raphaelite collection outside of the United Kingdom and a growing collection of significant contemporary art. 

West End Neighborhood House - Development Associate

Posted: 3/7/2021
 
Salary Range: $47,000 - $57,000
 
The Development Associate will work in conjunction with the Director of Development and is tailored to meet the needs of the organization and Office of Development. Activities and responsibilities are varied, and present opportunities for growth in a number of different areas. The ideal candidate will have experience in one or more of the categories listed below (especially Grant Writing and/or Communications) which they seek to further develop, while simultaneously expanding their skillset to other areas.
 
Duties and Responsibilities – Fundraising (Data Management and Grant Writing)

  • Liaise with program and department directors to assess current and future funding needs
  • Assist in the research, preparation and submission of funding requests and reports to corporate, foundation and government sources
  • Liaise with staff (program, finance, administrative, etc.) to produce grant proposals and related reports, as well as the organization’s annual report
  • Maintain accurate records of proposals submitted and corresponding attachments (including copies of checks, narrative and budget portions, etc.) as well as timeline/calendar for report and proposal deadlines
  • Manage West End’s donor database (Donor Perfect) to ensure that the information is updated and accurate; enter donations and process donor acknowledgements (letters)
  • Other duties as assigned
Duties and Responsibilities – Communications

  • Develop organizational communications and marketing materials (flyers, monthly electronic newsletter, annual report)
  • Create content for social media, agency e-newsletter, press releases, fundraising appeal letters, promotional materials and website to highlight customer success stories and program achievements  
  • Manage fundraising initiatives conducted primarily via social media (such as DoMore24 and Facebook-related fundraisers)
  • Update agency website and social media accounts
  • Liaise with program staff and leadership to identify and develop interesting media content (such as client success stories, program activities, etc.)
  • Cultivate and maintain positive relationships with members of the media to ensure their knowledge of West End remains current
  • Represent West End and its programs in public arenas, as assigned
  • Other duties as assigned
 Duties and Responsibilities – Events Management 

  • Plan, advertise and execute fundraising and media-related events (such as press conferences)
  • Conduct post-event follow-up as needed (communicating results, thank you letters, etc.)
  • Manage and maintain event records and results (funds raised, etc.)
  • Other duties as assigned 
Duties and Responsibilities – Volunteer Coordination

  • Liaise with program and department directors to assess volunteer needs and opportunities
  • Create descriptions of ongoing volunteer needs to be shared with corporate partners, United Way and other organizations interested in placing volunteers
  • Respond to outside inquiries about volunteer opportunities and place candidates in appropriate opportunities
  • Other duties as assigned
Qualifications Required

  • Bachelor’s Degree in a related field, or equivalent work experience
  • Minimum of 2 years´ experience with project-management (i.e., proposal development, event management, communications campaigns, etc.) 
  • Experience in developing program budgets and working with accounting and finance staff
Additional Qualifications

  • Creative with an ability to communicate clearly orally and in writing 
  • Ability to multi-task and thrive in a fast-paced environment
  • Understanding of the challenges faced by reporters, news outlets and media and how to build relationships with them (i.e., how to make their job easier) 
  • Ability to problem solve proactively and make decisions independently while working with a team
  • Self-directed and able to work with minimal supervision
  • Attention to detail and sense of urgency with regard to deadlines and work product
  • Personable and open to meeting new people/building relationships
  • Familiarity with Delaware’s corporate, foundation and government funding and media environments preferred
  • Proficiency using Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc.)
  • Proficiency using social media tools (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, etc.) and electronic newsletters (especially Constant Contact)
Other Qualifications

  • Employment contingent upon successful criminal background check
  • Valid Delaware driver’s license 
Additional Information

  • Job Type: Full-time
  • Compensation: $47,000 - $57,000 annually
  • Benefits include: paid time off, employer contribution to retirement plan, medical, dental and life insurance 
How to Apply
 
Please submit a resume and cover letter to wdavis@westendnh.org. No calls, please.
 

Delaware Center for Horticulture - Communications Manager (half-time)

Posted: 3/5/2021
 
Salary Range: $20 to $35 per hour
 
The Delaware Center for Horticulture (Wilmington, DE) seeks a qualified, passionate professional to coordinate the organization’s external communications. The Communications Manager is a part-time, non-exempt (hourly) position (20 hours/week) reporting to the Executive Director. With support from senior staff, the Communications Manager also supports the continuing development of a marketing and communications strategy. Areas of responsibility include media relations, DCH publications and website content, coordination of advancement (member-donor) communications, special events support and supporting the Executive Director with written remarks and media appearances. The Communications Manager is an integral member of DCH’s staff leadership team. This position directly supervises DCH’s marketing and content specialist and provides strategic oversight for digital content, social media and email marketing. 

Key responsibilities/goals include:

  • Media relations – review and distribute press releases, coordinate media coverage for programmatic and special events, respond to media inquiries
  • DCH publications and website content – assemble and write content for quarterly Cultivate member newsletter, DCH website and annual report 
  • Support advancement communications including giving campaigns, member-donor messaging and special events strategies
  • Provides strategic oversight for DCH external and social media (Facebook and Instagram), brand management and coordination of brand standards
  • Support the organization and Executive Director at media events by writing/editing remarks, coordinating photo opportunities, and arranging for photographers when necessary 
Desired skills and qualifications

  • Adept messaging, writing and editing skills and experience
  • Strong ability to set priorities at a high level, oversee implementation, and meet the organization’s needs while on a part-time schedule
  • Ability to create and meet multiple firm deadlines
  • Strong organizational and communication skills 
  • Affinity and ability to coordinate and work across multiple departments
  • A proficient understanding of brand management and executive support
  • Effective working as a part of a team as well as independently 
  • Bachelor’s degree in a related field and at least five years’ experience desired
  • Ability to work remotely during COVID-19-related facility/office closure 
  • An appreciation of the organization’s mission and work we do
Compensation

  • Hourly rate is commensurate with experience; range is estimated at $20 - $35/hr.
  • As part-time/non-exempt, this position does not provide other benefits at this time.
Instructions to Apply

Please send a cover letter, resume and three professional references to:

careers@thedch.org (please reference Communications Manager in email subject line)
Delaware Center for Horticulture
1810 N. Dupont St.
Wilmington, DE 19806                                                                           
   
For information about the Delaware Center for Horticulture’s mission, values and programs, please visit www.thedch.org.
 
Applications will be reviewed as they are received. Position open until filled. No phone calls please.
 
DCH is an equal-opportunity employer that is committed to diversity, equity and inclusion. DCH prohibits discrimination and harassment of any kind based on race, color, sex, religion, gender, sexual orientation, national origin, disability, genetic information, pregnancy, or any other protected characteristic as outlined by federal, state, or local laws.
 
DCH’s policies apply to all employment practices within our organization, including hiring, recruiting, promotion, termination, layoff, recall, leave of absence, compensation, benefits, training, and apprenticeship. The Delaware Center for Horticulture makes hiring decisions based solely on qualifications, merit, and business needs at the time.

Latin American Community Center - Director of Development

Posted: 3/4/2021
 
Salary Range: $50,000-$75,000
 
Full Time – Exempt
 
About the Latin American Community Center (LACC):
 
The Latin American Community Center is a nonprofit, community-based organization that has been committed to meeting the needs of Latinos in Delaware since 1969. The agency provides services and advocates for children, youth and families in a bilingual, safe and culturally appropriate environment. Our vision is a thriving Latino community. 
 
Summary of Position:
 
The Director of Development will be responsible for developing and implementing a comprehensive fundraising strategy for Latin American Community Center. The Director of Development will be responsible for meeting fundraising goals through donor cultivation, public relations, and management of the development office infrastructure. The Director of Development will need to be closely linked with the LACC’s Board of Directors to effectively engage sources of funding in our immediate community and beyond. 
 
Specific areas of responsibility include:
 
Fundraising
  • Organizes, manages, and executes all agency fundraising activities including, but not limited to, annual solicitations, major gifts, endowments, and special projects
  • Manages Capital Campaign operations
  • Manages all strategies and activities for donor cultivation, solicitation, and relations
  • Maintains contact with and develops grant proposals for foundations, corporations and government funding sources
  • Develops a comprehensive fund development plan to ensure agency funding goals are met 
Development Office Infrastructure
  • Creates office systems to support all Development projects and operations
  • Supervises 2-3 staff members
  • Supervises donor and gift recordkeeping
  • Coordinates development research activities
  • Oversees the management of donor database and all records, files, and gift processing
  • Manages acknowledgement of all gifts to donors 
Donor Relations
  • Actively engages individuals, foundations, corporations and public sources
  • Participates in solicitations, as appropriate
  • Ensures all donors are kept up to date with LACC’s activities and events
  • Oversees event planning of signature events (Hispanic Student Recognition Program, Open House, Grand Ball)
  • Organizes a yearly donor appreciation event
Board of Directors
  • Works with the Board of Directors and the President and CEO to develop strategies to initiate and meet aggressive fundraising goals
  • Develops fundraising training for board members and other leadership volunteers
  • Creates reports for the President and CEO to deliver to the Board of Directors and other agencies
  • Researches and recommends potential new board members who have the potential to make a difference for LACC both advisorily and financially 
Public Relations, Marketing, and Advertising
  • Develops public relations and advertising plan that promote LACC’s fundraising goals
  • Designs and produces of all major publications, including the agency newsletter, the Annual Report, the agency website, to promote the agency’s fund raising goals and activities
  • Develops and implements strategies with the Volunteer Coordinator to promote LACC’s mission to the community at large 
Qualifications:
  • A minimum of 5 years professional fundraising experience with a proven track record of success
  • Bachelor’s Degree in related field
  • Proven experience in designing and managing diverse areas of development, including solicitation skills
  • Experience with developing and maintaining productive working relationships with board members and donors
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Ability to work as a leader and as part of a team
  • Familiarity with non-profits and Hispanic/Latino issues
Knowledge/Skills/Abilities:
  • Ability to work in a fast-paced office
  • Capability to multi-task a wide range of projects
  • Strong planning and organizational skills
  • Ability to work in a multi-cultural environment
  • Proficiency in MS office suite, including Excel
  • Experience with designing the application of donor management software
  • Bilingual/bi-literate in English-Spanish a plus but not required
How to Apply:
 
Please send your cover letter and resume to Jobs@thelatincenter.org.

The Ministry of Caring - Raiser’s Edge Accountant

Posted: 3/3/2021
 
Salary Range: $43,000-$45,000

Reports To: 
Director of Planned Giving & Donor Relations

Key Responsibilities:

  • Provide essential support for Development Office functions.

  • Process and record all revenue.

  • Analyze each source of revenue and documentation to determine the proper way to process the monies and research any missing information including outreach to the donor, client or renter.

  • Prepare, reconcile and verify daily deposits for direct deposit, and process through TD Bank Digital Express.

  • Prepare reports to be entered into Financial Edge.

  • Process donor gifts through Raiser’s Edge.

  • Enter gift data through Batch appropriately coding gifts according to solicitations.

  • Scan gift paperwork into donor record.

  • Prepare acknowledgement letters:
    • Refresh donor thank you letters each month for monthly givers.
    • Ensure that gift receipt letters are generated, proofed, and signed by appropriate person on a timely basis.
    • Scan all acknowledgement letters individually written into donor record. 
    • Track and document donations through external platforms on a daily basis (82North, Facebook YourCause, Benevity, and others) or credit card transactions processed through in-house terminal.

  • Handle cash receipts from programs and rentals
    • Receive and verify by type of currency receipts from Ministry programs and rentals.
    • Enter program receipts and rent payments into Excel spreadsheets.  
    • Help Finance Department to monitor client rental payments.
    • Prepare deposit tickets for banks
    • Prepare reports of receipts for Finance Office to enter into Financial Edge.

  • Process credit cards.

  • Prepare receipts.

  • Prepare reports to be entered into Financial Edge.

  • Process payments on terminal and store receipts and batch detail reports.

  • Function as liaison between development and finance offices.

  • Availability to attend Ministry of Caring fund-raising events outside of core business hour (i.e., weekends and/or evenings including Sunday evening International Nights) to provide support with receiving and tallying guest fees and general assistance as needed.

  • Respond to donor inquiries regarding donations, events, and acknowledgement letters; provide Bread Cards as requested by donors.

  • Produce weekly validation reports showing donor gifts.

  • During yearly financial audit, research and deliver requested information.

  • Continually update Raiser’s Edge records for donors, appeals, packages and events.

  • Participate in webinars for continuing education.  
Preferred Qualifications:

  • 3+ years database/accounting experience
  • Proficiency with Raiser’s Edge (or ability to become proficient)
  • High level of computer literacy with Excel and Word.
  • Excellent verbal and written communications skills
  • Outstanding organizational and time management skills
  • Strong detail orientation, able to multitask and meet deadlines
  • Self-motivated, able to work both in a team and independently
  • Associates Degree in relevant discipline required (i.e., business, accounting); Bachelor’s degree preferred
General Skills:

  • Genuine concern for the poor and sensitivity to their need for dignity and respect
  • Honest, dependable, and cooperative
  • Personal flexibility, ability to independently problem solve
How to Apply:

Please submit a cover letter and resume to Marie Keefer at mkeefer@ministryofcaring.org.

United Way of Southern Chester County - Development Director

Posted: 3/2/2021
 
Salary Range: $50,000 - $55,000
 
About United Way of Southern Chester County (UWSCC):

We are a small United Way, but a mighty one! A three-person employee team and 27 dedicated board members are committed to serving the needs of people living in southern Chester County. Based in Kennett Square, PA, UWSCC intimately knows our community and its needs. We mobilize the caring power and resources of our community to raise and distribute funds to nonprofit programs with health and human service agendas; to provide local nonprofit agencies with needed financial, professional, and strategic support; to build coalitions and inspire volunteerism; and to ensure that contributions fund programs that effectively move people from crisis to independence.  All the monies raised here, stays here. Over the last 75 years, we have given out $20 million to help individuals in our community. Our annual fundraising objective exceeds $1 million with the majority of funds provided by individual donors across our community. 

Purpose of Position: 

The Development Director position is responsible for establishing and strengthening donor relationships in order to allow the advancement of the mission of UWSCC. The strategic objective of this position is to effectively segment and understand existing and potential donors (~26,000 people) resulting in a tailored value proposition by segment to build loyalty.

Primary Duties:

  • Identify, cultivate and engage prospective donors and existing donors. 
  • Create and implement a prospect research and segmented prospect management strategy for targeted donors. 
  • Develop and deliver tailored communications to explain our value proposition to segmented donor groups.  
  • Partner with CEO and Board Marketing Chair to develop and implement new and creative marketing activities that effectively attract new donors and strengthen existing donor relationships. 
  • Work with CEO and Board Campaign Chair to develop innovative strategies to prospect, cultivate, solicit and grow leadership donors, including Alexis de Tocqueville Society members. 
  • Evaluate and monitor campaign progress with a primary focus on high net-worth prospects and donors and identifying potential problems and solutions. 
  • Manage donor recognition in coordination with CEO and volunteer leadership. 
  • Support coordination and participation of fundraising events with special attention to events targeting high net-worth prospects and donors. 
  • Tap into volunteers’ skills, knowledge, and relationships to implement campaign practices and strategies. 
  • Maximize the effectiveness of donor database to maintain accurate and up-to-date records, including preferred contact information for leadership donors. 
  • Other duties as assigned.
 Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree with at least four (4) years of experience and demonstrated success in nonprofit development/fundraising/marketing or related field required. 
  • Technical marketing experience with:
    • segmentation methodologies that will enable UWSCC to define and establish donor “groupings” 
    • communication strategies and techniques to reach identified donors 
  • Strong relationship-building skills (e.g., sales/business development, fundraising or external customer service). Established track record of successful relationships with high net-worth individuals. 
  • Excellent knowledge of social media platforms and their marketing value.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills. Effective in a variety of communication settings (e.g., one-on-one telephone, email and in-person; small and large groups). 
  • Ability to relate comfortably with people across cultural, socioeconomic and geographic spectrums. Builds constructive relationships with people both similar and different to themselves. 
  • Demonstrated skills using Windows-based tools, including Internet browsers, e-mail, word processing, as well as spreadsheet, database, and presentation software.  
  • Excellent organizational skills and attention to detail.
  • Outstanding critical thinking and problem-solving skills.
  • Commitment to the highest standards of ethical conduct.
  • Ability to work well in a small-team environment.
  • Must be able to commute daily to Kennett Square office and periodically travel within southern Chester County.
This position is a full-time (40 hours per week) position offering a competitive salary and benefits, including medical, retirement and paid vacation/holidays. Relocation not provided. 

United Way of Southern Chester County is proud to be an equal opportunity employer and applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to: age, color, disability, gender, national origin, race, religion, sexual orientation, gender identify, protected veteran status, or any other classification protects by federal, state, or local law.
 
How to Apply: Cover letters and resumes can be sent to UWSCCjobs@gmail.com.

Vice President of Resource Development - Boys & Girls Clubs of Delaware

Posted: 3/1/2021

Salary Range: $110,000 with flexibility
 
Boys & Girls Clubs of Delaware is part of a nationwide movement whose mission is to inspire and enable all young people, especially those who need it the most, to realize their full potential as productive, responsible, and caring citizens. As the largest childcare provider in the state, Boys & Girls Clubs of Delaware offers affordable before, after, and out of school programs for 37,000+ young people in grades K-12 at 44 locations across the state of Delaware. The numerous program areas challenge and develop the mind and body, helping members build a solid foundation on which to develop moral and ethical values through diverse educational programs and social activities.
 
Reporting to the Chief of Staff and serving as a member of the Executive Team, the Vice President of Resource Development is responsible for the development of the Boys & Girls Clubs of Delaware’s donor and fundraising strategy, contributes to the organizational strategic planning process, and works with the Resource Development Team to develop and execute the plan. Responsibilities include development, integration, and implementation of a broad range of donor and fundraising activities relative to the strategic direction and positioning of the organization and its leadership.   
 
Qualified candidates will have a minimum of 7 years of experience in fundraising, with at least three of those managing a team of fundraising professionals; knowledge of the Delaware area and fundraising landscape a plus. The successful candidate is an experienced fundraising strategist and relationship builder with the ability to identify, cultivate, solicit, and secure major gifts. Must have broad exposure to all facets of development, including annual giving, major gifts, planned giving, capital campaign planning and implementation, and data management and analysis. The ability to effectively articulate specific fundraising goals and mentor and manage a team to achieve those goals will be essential. The successful candidate must have proven success developing and implementing a goal-oriented, metric-based program utilizing data to determine goals and evaluate success. Bachelor’s degree required; master’s degree preferred. Willing and able to travel; valid driver’s license required; must have flexibility in work hours to include early mornings, evenings, and weekends as needed.
 
For a complete position description, listing of qualifications and additional information on Boys & Girls Clubs of Delaware, visit our website at www.lambertassoc.com.

Qualified candidates may send resume and salary requirements to:

Tara Sweeney
Lambert & Associates
222 S Manoa Road, Suite 201
Havertown, PA 19083
tsweeney@lambertassoc.com