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Associate Director of Donor Engagement - Baptist Health Foundation

POSTED 3/30/2021

Overview
We are hiring for an Associate Director of Donor Engagement at Baptist Health Foundation.


Associate Director of Donor Engagement Job Duties:
- Manage an assigned portfolio, that may include ticketed and stewardship events, donors, and volunteers
- To have strong organizational, managerial and strategic planning skills, creativity for planning special events and excellent communication and presentation skills
- To be able to see a task through from conception to completion and evaluate the task upon completion
- To be achievement-oriented, with a strong work ethic, outstanding interpersonal and organizational skills
- To be able to work both independently and on cross-functional and interdepartmental teams
Associate Director of Donor Engagement and

Experience Requirements:
3-5 Years Event Planning Experience
3-5 Years Volunteer Services Experience
3-5 Years Marketing Experience
3-5 Years Fundraising Experience

Education Required
Bachelor's Degree

Location
Baptist Jacksonville (Downtown)
800 Prudential Drive
Jacksonville, Florida, 32207

To apply, visit: https://www.baptistjax.com/about-us/careers/job-listings/associate-director-of-donor-engagement-baptist-jacksonville-25735

Director of Major and Annual Gifts - Cathedral Arts Project

POSTED 3/29/2021

Overview
The Director of Major & Annual Gifts is responsible for identifying, cultivating, soliciting and stewarding a portfolio of donors with the goal of retention and upgrade of gifts to CAP. The Director’s primary focus is on major gifts at $10,000+, managing a portfolio of assigned donors at $1,000+, creating annual giving appeals and working collaboratively with the Marketing & Communications, Finance and Program teams.

Essential Responsibilities:
Major Gifts and Campaign
• Qualify, build and sustain a balanced portfolio of donors in each of the four categories –
identification, cultivation, solicitation and stewardship – in order to meet annual and campaign
goals.

Director of Major & Annual Gifts 
• Create individual strategies using a moves management system for each portfolio donor.
• Work with the VP of Development to outline annual and incremental fundraising goals and align
activity to meet or exceed these goals.
• Complete contact reports for all significant donor interactions.
• Participate in strategy meetings with CEO, VP of Development, board members and Campaign
Cabinet leadership.
• Work with grant writer to research, identify and solicit potential corporate and foundation grants.

Annual Giving
• Manage donor society appeals, membership, stewardship and renewals.
• Lead efforts to renew and acquire donors via direct mail, collaborating with the Marketing &
Communication team.
• Manage annual donor communication calendar and fiscal year-end appeals.

Events
• Work with board members to renew and solicit sponsors for two annual fundraising events.
• Attend all fundraising events and donor receptions.

Minimum Requirements
• At least three years of fundraising and development experience
• Pass official Level 2 background screening as outlined by Florida state law

Qualifications
• Ability to maintain positive "can-do" attitude
• Ability to be proactive and flexible, problem-solve and show initiative with all projects related to
this position
• Strong verbal, listening and written communication skills
• Fundamental knowledge of fundraising processes
• Strategic thinker
• Proven ability to work effectively both independently and in a team-based environment
• Strong organizational and time management skills
• Demonstrated commitment to and passion for CAP’s mission
• Goal-oriented
• Demonstrated commitment to ethics and integrity, especially as it relates to confidential donor
information

Compensation & Benefits
• Position is a full-time salaried exempt role
• Medical (PPO or HMO) dental and vision insurance available after 30 days, with CAP covering 75%
of the costs of individual medical insurance
• Opportunity to participate in organization’s 403(b) retirement savings plan
• Generous paid time off, including 21 days of PTO, 24 paid holidays and a flexible, family-friendly
schedule
• Paid parking in a central downtown location
• Tenured benefit opportunities including professional development, personal wellness credits,
student loan and tuition savings assistance, and paid parental leave

Application
Submit a cover letter and résumé in confidence to hr@capkids.org.

The above job description reflects the details considered necessary to describe the principal functions of the
job and should not be construed as a detailed description of all the work requirements that may be performed
in the job.

The Cathedral Arts Project is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive
consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender identity or expression, sexual
orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, or veteran status.

Chief Development Officer - Suncoast Aquatic Nature Center Associates

POSTED 3/17/2021

Overview
Located in Sarasota, Florida, Nathan Benderson Park (NBP, the Park) is a unique 600-acre nationally recognized park providing public access to a picturesque 400-acre lake and an exciting world of recreational pursuits that includes North America’s premier 2,000-meter sprint rowing course and a world-class rowing site and recreational facility. NBP began hosting organized regatta competitions in 2009 and, in 2019, hosted the World Rowing Under 23 Championships which is a premier showcase for up-and-coming collegiate rowers. Suncoast Aquatic Nature Center Associates, Inc. (SANCA), the 501(c)3 not-for-profit established to operate, enhance, and manage the Park, seeks a Chief Development Officer (CDO) to create and build a comprehensive development program.

General Description / Primary Purpose:
The CDO will be an essential partner to the SANCA President and CEO and Board of Directors and will serve on the Senior Management Team. The CDO must have successful experience planning and executing a comprehensive sustainable fundraising program, resulting in significant growth in philanthropic revenue. S/he will have a demonstrated track record in identification, cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship of philanthropic support from individuals, corporations, and foundations. The successful candidate will create and execute a long-range strategy for increasing private philanthropic support for capital, park enhancements, and annual financial needs to support the park’s operations, programs, and events.

In addition to carrying a targeted individual gift portfolio of prospects, the successful CDO will work closely with the SANCA President and CEO, Board of Directors, Development Committee, and the Nathan Benderson Community Park Foundation on major gift prospect outreach and strategy. The ideal candidate will have excellent communication skills and intellectual curiosity, and will be strategic, yet tactical, in their approach. The CDO will have the opportunity to launch a multi-million comprehensive campaign to raise funds for a multipurpose community center/boathouse, park enhancements, and program advancement. To date, the Nathan Benderson Community Park Foundation has pledged a challenge gift for the campaign. The successful candidate will have the opportunity to recruit and engage a campaign committee to lead the multi-million comprehensive campaign. The CDO will work with staff and volunteers to build an annual giving campaign as well as identify and develop a pool of major donors in preparation for the comprehensive campaign. S/he must quickly grasp the mission and priorities of NBP and synthesize this information into articulate and compelling cases for support.

Application
The Nathan Benderson Community Park Foundation has retained Freeman Philanthropic Services, LLC to facilitate this executive recruitment. Please send confidential inquiries and applications directly to Freeman Philanthropic Services, LLC via e-mail at SANCA-CDO@glfreeman.com.

Annual Giving Coordinator - Flagler College

POSTED 2/22/2021

Essential Functions:
• Oversees the College’s phone outreach program, Students for Advancement, including student caller recruitment, training, and management of a staff of 9-12 students.
• Facilitate the pledge fulfillment process, including sending outstanding pledge emails, phone calls, texting, direct mail pledge cards, and weekly thank you cards.
• Develops reporting metrics for Phonathon program and ensures that goals are met.
• Executes a minimum of five significant contacts per month and maintains a portfolio of approximately 50 prospects. Solicits young alumni and community members for gifts and pledges in support of the Flagler Fund in the range of $500 to $1,000.
• Facilitates the growth of the young alumni giving program through marketing and personal solicitation, focusing on consecutive and recurring giving through the Young Lions Society as well as coordinates the programming for the Young Lions Society.
• Creates and implements a robust student philanthropy program in coordination with the Association of Fundraising Professionals student club and the Students for Advancement team. Focus would be to educate students about the importance of philanthropy and giving back to the College, especially for Giving Day campaigns.
• Cultivates the growth of the senior class giving campaign and develops a new class giving program among all class years.
• Collaborates with other campus departments and groups to promote affinity giving through crowdfunding projects.
• Collaborates with the Assistant Director of Annual Giving and other colleagues to develop marketing materials, funding opportunities, and recognition efforts designed to increase giving by alumni, parents, and community members.
• Assists in executing an annual Giving Day and Giving Tuesday campaign.
• Serves as the staff advisor for the Association of Fundraising Professionals Club.
• Other duties as assigned

Additional Responsibilities:
• Supports the Assistant Director of Annual Giving and the Vice President for Institutional Advancement in fostering a productive, positive, and collegial office setting.
• Participates in a mid-year performance discussion and a performance evaluation each year.
• Performs such other College-related duties as may be required by the Assistant Director of Annual Giving and/or the Vice President of Institutional Advancement.

Minimum Qualifications:
• Bachelor’s degree required and 1 to 3 years of successful fundraising experience preferred.
• Experience working with volunteer staff and student employees.
• Qualify for a valid Florida driver’s license and possess the willingness to travel.

Characteristics Preferred 
• Ability to organize and manage multiple assignments and deadlines.
• Strong organizational skills.
• Ability to write clearly and speak articulately in order to communicate persuasively to key constituencies.
• Ability to work without close supervision and to make proper independent decisions concurrent with College policy.
• Diplomacy, tact, discretion, and skill in dealing with diverse constituencies and co-workers.
• Ability to exercise good judgment in the handling of sensitive and confidential information.
• Knowledge of computer programs; willingness to learn and be efficient user of fundraising software.
• Courteous manner in dealing with the public.
• Ability to take direction and work with others as part of a team.

Preferred Qualifications: 
• Knowledge and experience using digital marketing products such as Adobe Photoshop, Canva, Mailchimp, texting platforms and Facebook Ads.  
• Experience using Raiser’s Edge fundraising software.

Working Conditions and Physical Requirements: 
• Sedentary work: Exerting up to 10 pounds of force occasionally and/or negligible amount of force frequently to lift, carry, push, pull or otherwise move objects. Sedentary work involved sitting most of the time and occasionally walking and standing.
• Climbing, walking, crouching, repetitive motions, and ability to communicate appropriately with students/colleagues.  
• Ability to work evenings.

Expectations of All Employees: 
Flagler College pursues its institutional goals based upon a Service Philosophy and Service Standards.  An employee’s job performance must support and exhibit the College’s Service Standards by being:

Courteous – Treat everyone with dignity and respect. Act in a friendly manner – “Greet with a smile”.  Make eye contact during conversations.  Be helpful when help is called for.  Present your best and professional self.  Give individual attention/Focus your attention on the person speaking to you.

Responsive – Act in a timely manner.  Assure the information you provide is accurate.  Acknowledge when action is called for.  Determine appropriate follow through.  Show empathy towards others.  Ensure that a caller is connected with a person who can provide assistance.

Accessible – Ensure there is a means by which you can be contacted and respond promptly to messages.  Be available – make time for others.  Be approachable and open-minded.  Be reliable – always follow through with your commitments.  Accommodate those who have special needs.

Collaborative – Be knowledgeable about the College and have an understanding of all departments.  Work together to accomplish goals.  Be efficient in your work performance.  Share information between offices and departments.  Take the initiative and be proactive.  Communicate appropriately and professionally.  Have a cooperative attitude.  Be student-focused.

Non-Discrimination Statement: Flagler College is committed to diversity, inclusion and pursuit of a higher education with adherence to high ethical standards. It is the policy of Flagler College not to discriminate in admission, treatment, or access to, or employment in, its programs or activities on the basis of race, color, gender, religion, national origin, age, disability, marital status, familial status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or any other protected characteristic.

Application Information: 
Apply here: https://www.paycomonline.net/v4/ats/web.php/jobs/ViewJobDetails?job=29891&clientkey=CFD5A25D0F7875F72907A59112412D6B

Director of Corporate Relations and Major Gifts - University of North Florida

POSTED 1/26/2021

Overview
The Director of Corporate Relations and Major Gifts will help secure corporate philanthropic giving and major gifts across the UNF campus.

General Description / Primary Purpose:
The Director of Corporate Relations and Major Gifts will help secure corporate philanthropic giving and major gifts across the UNF campus. S/he will manage a portfolio of existing relationships with corporate constituents and major donors, identify new corporate prospects, and develop and implements successful cultivation and solicitation strategies for corporate and major donors. The Director will actively collaborate with Development staff, Deans, Faculty, and other UNF colleagues to design and implement strategic and operational plans to build and manage corporate philanthropic relationships. S/he will make personal visits to corporate prospects and major donors as well as coordinate related visits by other UNF representatives.

Job Function:
- Develop and implement cultivation and solicitation strategies for corporate prospects and major donors, provide effective coordination of activities such as campus visits, site visits, travel to relevant sites, and presentations or proposals.
- Manage a portfolio of about 100 corporate and foundation donors and major 100K+ gift prospects.
- Work with Development staff, UNF leadership, Deans, and faculty to communicate and engage with the corporate partners around fundraising priorities and academic initiatives.
- Make personal visits with corporate executives and major donors.
- Work with the Executive Director of the Foundation and UNF staff to promote visibility of UNF within the corporate community.
- Develop prospects who have the capacity to make philanthropic gifts at the major gift level.
- Excellent interpersonal and diplomatic skills.
- Ability to track, prioritize, and balance an assortment of ongoing responsibilities and competing deadlines.
- Perform other related duties and participate in special projects as assigned.

During declared campus emergencies, this position may be required to perform specific job-related duties at a designated off-campus location or place of residence.

Required Qualifications:
A Master’s degree from a regionally accredited college or university in a directly related area of specialization and six years of experience directly related to the job functions; or a Bachelor’s degree from a regionally accredited college or university in a directly related area of specialization and eight years of experience directly related to the job functions.

Compensation
$72,000 to negotiable

Application
You must apply online at http://www.unfjobs.org and submit all required documents to be considered an applicant for this position. UNF is an Equal Opportunity/Equal Access/Affirmative Action Institution.