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Various Positions at the Southern Poverty Law Center:
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Coordinator Major and Midlevel Giving: $38,800 - $48,500
The Coordinator, Major and Midlevel Giving participates in all aspects of the Development Department's major and midlevel giving programs. This position is responsible for administrative and other support of the team's efforts to acquire, cultivate, steward, and solicit major and midlevel prospects and donors to the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC).
Senior Researcher, Development: $53,700 - $67,100
The Senior Researcher, Development will plan and implement a comprehensive research program that identifies and rates potential and current donors who have the capacity to make major gifts from all philanthropic sources that support achievement of SPLC’s financial goals.
The Senior Researcher, Development will be responsible for providing relevant information to help facilitate strategic development, engagement and solicitation of current and prospective donors; as well as creating and maintaining confidential, easily retrievable donor profiles.
This position is data-driven and coordinates closely with the entire fundraising team to achieve multiple program goals.
Senior Manager, Major Giving: $87,400 - $109,200
The Senior Manager, Major Giving is responsible for all philanthropy efforts from major donors, such as individual donors and family foundations.
Primary Job Functions:
- Responsible for developing and implementing an ambitious fundraising plan for principal, major and planned giving from individual givers and family foundations;
- Developing, overseeing and implementing strategies and goals for fundraising from major donors and other prospects;
- Manages a team of Development Officers to ambitious SMARTIE (Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Relevant, Timescale, Inclusive, Equitable) objectives in line with the principal and major giving plan; providing mentoring and coaching to support the work;
- Plan, lead, and direct all development officers to achieve goals and objectives utilizing as appropriate, principal, major, planned, and blended gifts;
- Develop, implement, and oversee systems for team’s process documentation, progress tracking/moves management, and metrics;
- Hire, train, establish and monitor staff performance and development goals, assign duties, and conduct performance reviews;
Development Officer, Regional – New York: $63,200 - $92,900
The Development Officer, Regional – New York serves as the relationship manager for a portfolio of high-potential major gift donors and prospects in and around New York City, meeting both short and long term fundraising objectives. Expected to successfully identify, qualify, cultivate, solicit and steward major gift donors and prospects for annual and principal gifts. Must be able to enthusiastically and accurately represent Southern Poverty Law Center to a variety of constituents.
The Development Officer, Regional – New York functions as part of a multidisciplinary team that develops innovative approaches to identifying prospects, crafting gift opportunities, and engaging donors. Participates as key member of the major gifts and development teams in the creation of overall goals and strategies.
Development Officer, Regional – Northern California: $63,200 - $92,900
The Development Officer, Regional – Northern California serves as the relationship manager for a portfolio of high-potential major gift donors and prospects in and around Northern California, meeting both short- and long-term fundraising objectives. Expected to successfully identify, qualify, cultivate, solicit, and steward major gift donors and prospects for annual and principal gifts. Must be able to enthusiastically and accurately represent Southern Poverty Law Center to a variety of constituents.
The Development Officer, Regional – Northern California functions as part of a multidisciplinary team that develops innovative approaches to identifying prospects, crafting gift opportunities, and engaging donors. Participates as key member of the major gifts and development teams in the creation of overall goals and strategies.
Distinguished Gifts Engagement Specialist: $45,600 - $57,000
Auburn University Montgomery
Salary Band: 107 Non Exempt Hourly Rate$ 19.64 $ 24.55 $ 29.46
Exempt Annual Rate $ 40,860.00 $ 51,070.00 $ 61,280.00
View Job Posting here: https://www.jobs.aum.edu/postings/4788
||Office of Development
|Duties and Responsibilities:
Assists in the planning, organizing, and implementation of fundraising activities.
Working under the guidance of the Associate Vice Chancellor, travels extensively visiting donors.
Assists in the identification, cultivation and solicitation of gifts.
Assists constituency Development Officers in fundraising activities.
Makes cold calls to alumni and friends of Auburn University of Montgomery to build and cultivate relationships and solicit gifts.
Organizes information and prepares reports designed to identify fundraising opportunities and supports planning and decision making regarding prospective donors.
Assists in the identification and enhancement of fundraising techniques designed to build and cultivate relationships among individuals, corporations, and foundations.
Assists Advancement team with events and special project.
Participates in special projects and other duties as assigned.
|Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
Knowledge of multiple advanced fundraising techniques
Knowledge of state and federal regulations surrounding gifts/donations
Excellent oral and written communication skills
Excellent motivational skills
Public Relations skills
Ability to compile, review, and edit financial and related information
Ability to listen and provide feedback
Ability to coordinate major events
Ability to cultivate and solicit donors
Ability to establish and maintain donor relations/stewardship activities
Ability to coordinate development activities for athletics, assigned units, and special events
Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration, Marketing, Communications, Public Relations or related discipline and 2 years of experience of related experience.
|Job Open Date:
|This posting will remain open until closed:
|Job Close Date:
|Special Instructions to Applicants:
Auburn University at Montgomery reserves the right once interviewing has begun to stop accepting applications.
|About the University/College
Located in Alabama’s vibrant state capital, Auburn University at Montgomery is a fast-growing university on the rise. Don’t just take our word for it: The Princeton Review rates us as one of the best colleges in the Southeast, while U.S. News & World Report recently ranked us No. 22 among regional universities in the South for the quality of undergraduate teaching and 38th among all public institutions in the region.
Auburn University at Montgomery is an equal opportunity employer committed to excellence through diversity; therefore, we encourage applications from historically underrepresented groups, veterans, and individuals with disabilities. Additionally, the safety and security of our campus community is a top priority. All employees at AUM are considered to be Responsible Employees and have the duty to immediately report information that has the potential to adversely impact safety or wellness on our campus
Job Type: Full-time
Salary - $40,000 - $45,000 annually
· Education and Experience:
o Four-year degree in English, communication, or a related field as well as superior written and verbal communication skills, analytical skills, organization, and the ability to work under pressure with tight deadlines.
3-5 years grant writing experience and have worked before with non-profits in an administrative or fund-raising capacity.
o Thorough knowledge of the grant writing and implementation process
o Prefer some knowledge of the animal welfare environment and the funders within that environment
· This position is in charge of the entire grant procurement process i.e., reviewing and selecting opportunities, maintaining application deadlines, and meet all reporting deadlines.
· Must show evidence of prior work – grant application samples
· Grants are written in a close team environment with the input of multiple people. Must communicate needs and goals and receive input from others.
· Must clearly communicate and develop and maintain positive relationships with the granting organizations to increase the likelihood of successful applications.
· Create an evaluation plan that uses quantitative, measurable, positive results.
· Create, manage and report on budgets related to their grant work.
Identify multiple grant funding sources so that chances of award are increased
Work with the Director of Development and other members of the fund-raising team to cooperate on the overall fund-raising plan.
If working in the shelter environment there is a possibility of exposure to infectious organisms, animal waste, allergens, chemical materials requiring OSHA Material Safety Data Sheets, and potential hostile animals. Noise level is generally loud.
The position is located in Columbiana, Alabama. Some potential for working remotely.
Individual may be required to sit, stand, walk and lift up to 40 pounds,
Note: This job description is not intended to be an exhaustive list of all duties, responsibilities, or qualifications associated with the position.
SHS is an equal opportunity employer and provides equal opportunity to all associates and applicants without regard to race, color, religious beliefs, national origin, ancestry, citizenship, sex, gender sexual orientations, marital status, age, physical or mental disability, genetic information, status as a protected veteran, disabled veteran, or other protected characteristic as required by federal, state, and local laws.
Job Type: Full-time
To Apply Contact:
Tree Gentle Davidson
Director of Development
The Employee Giving and Matching Gift Specialist is responsible for building and maintaining a strategic program enabling individuals to give to SPLC through their corporate employee giving programs. This position will liaise with key vendors (e.g., Benevity, Double the Donation), Corporate Employee Giving departments, and individual employees to grow and sustain a sizeable fundraising program.
Primary Job Functions:
City of Montgomery Grants Coordinator
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The fundamental reason this classification exists is to manage various grant projects and programs for the City of Montgomery which are funded through the U. S. Department of Housing and Urban Development’s (HUD’s) Community Development Block Grants (CDBG), Home Investment Partnership Program (HOME), and Emergency Solutions Grants (ESG) and other special grant programs. Major work functions include developing grant applications and/or action plans, coordinating the sub-recipient selection process, monitoring grant sub-recipient, maintaining project files for grants and sub-recipients, and performing various related administrative tasks. Work is performed under the direction of the Grants Administrator. The Grants Coordinator differs from the City Development Technician in that Coordinators are responsible for development of programs and projects. The Grants Coordinator differs from the Grants Administrator in that the Administrator is responsible for all HUD and any specific grant programs to the Community Development Department in the city.
Bachelor’s degree in public or business administration or a closely related field and three years of grant management and/or grant writing experience. Experience may substitute for the required education on a year-for-year basis.
NAMI Alabama Seeks Development & Membership Director
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$40,000 - $45,000 a year
Number of hires for this role
fundraising: 3 years (Required)
public relations, marketing, or communications: 3 years (Preferred)
grant writing: 3 years (Preferred)
event planning: 3 years (Preferred)
Full Job Description
DEVELOPMENT & MEMBERSHIP DIRECTOR
Based in Montgomery, AL (this is not a remote position)
Salary $40,000 - $45,000 based on experience
NAMI, the National Alliance on Mental Illness, is the nation's largest grassroots mental health organization dedicated to building better lives for the millions of Americans. NAMI Alabama provides advocacy, education, support, and public awareness so that all individuals and families affected by mental illness can build better lives.
The Development & Membership Director is responsible for NAMI Alabama’s fundraising initiatives, fundraising events, and other sources of contributed income. the Development & Membership Director will craft and implement NAMI Alabama’s overarching development strategy with the goal of ensuring continued financial success and overall organizational growth. This position will also oversee membership engagement and retention initiatives and provide technical assistance to affiliates regarding the NAMI 360 membership database.
- Ensure ongoing engagement of existing donors while cultivating new ones through identification and solicitation of individual, foundation, corporate, and public sources of revenue
- Research potential grant sources and assist Executive Director in developing and submitting grant proposals
- Maintain a process for tracking and acknowledging all gifts
- Assist with communications for other revenue generating options, including writing of direct mail campaigns, solicitation of sponsorships for the annual conference and other activities, and online fund generation
- Set clear priorities and metrics for success and measure growth
- Oversee the coordination of all aspects of the implementation of the NAMIWalks Alabama 5k fundraising event
- Work closely with the assigned National Walk Manager and lead communications between NAMI Alabama and National NAMIWalks Team
- Develop timeline of activities for the Walk and, in conjunction with the NAMI Alabama Board of Directors, establish financial goals and objectives for the Walk
- Manage consistent communications with team captains, walkers, volunteers and sponsors
- Coordinate recruitment of sponsors and in-kind donations for the Walks
- Coordinating all event logistics, including but not limited to operational, logistical, financial and promotional responsibilities
- Coordinate and delegate tasks to Walk committee members and volunteers
- Complete a comprehensive post-Walk income and expense report
- Develop and implement strategies to manage recruitment and retention of members
- In conjunction with the Membership Committee, set annual goals and identify opportunities and strategies to increase membership base
- Track membership statistics and prepare reports
- Support organizational communications with written information for newsletters, annual reports, website, social media, etc.
- Write membership and sponsorship recruitment materials, appeal letters, brochures, etc.
- Act as primary contact for members by responding to member inquiries and ensure responses are timely and efficient
- Provide excellent customer service to the membership base and public via telephone, email, mail and in person
- Assist affiliate leaders in navigating the NAMI 360 membership database
- Participate in planning/organizing annual conferences and events as needed
- Work on special projects throughout the year
- Represent the organization at events, which may include some in-state travel
- Strong written and verbal communication and customer services skills
- Experience in planning multi-step projects and reaching milestones on time
- Proficiency in Office Suite and membership/development databases (experience with Donor Drive, MailChimp and Salesforce preferred)
- Must be task oriented and self-starter who is comfortable working independently
- Willing to learn, and confident in proposing innovative ideas to management
- Able to pivot and adapt to a changing environment
- Must understand the importance of capacity building within non-profit and community-based organizations
- Exceptional networking skills and ability to establish effective working relationships with coworkers, members, volunteers, partner agencies, and the general public
- Passionate about nonprofit work
- Adept at making a sales pitch and able to nurture ongoing relationships with corporate partners to ensure solid retention each year.
- Bachelor’s degree in a related field
- Minimum 3 years of development, fundraising, marketing, communications, or public relations experience, preferably in the nonprofit field
- Experience with event management and logistics
- Grant writing experience preferred
- Familiar with and/or active in the mental health community preferred
- Ability to occasional travel within state and maintain current driver’s license and vehicle insurance
- Periodic work on nights and weekends
- Dental insurance
- Health insurance
- Paid time off
Cover letter and resume required. No phone calls, please.
Job Type: Full-time
Pay: $40,000.00 - $45,000.00 per year
- Dental insurance
- Health insurance
- Paid time off
- public relations, marketing, or communications: 3 years (Preferred)
- grant writing: 3 years (Preferred)
- nonprofit: 1 year (Preferred)
- fundraising: 3 years (Required)
- development: 3 years (Preferred)
- event planning: 3 years (Preferred)
This Company Describes Its Culture as:
- Detail-oriented -- quality and precision-focused
- Outcome-oriented -- results-focused with strong performance culture
- Team-oriented -- cooperative and collaborative
Company's Facebook page:
- Only full-time employees eligible
- Remote interview process
- Social distancing guidelines in place
- Virtual meetings
_________________________________________________________________________________________Legal Services Alabama Seeks a Development Coordinator