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Development Associate | Jewish Community Board of Akron
Deadline: 8/31/2022
Salary Range: $40,000-$50,000 per year

Reporting to the JCBA Chief Executive Officer, the Development Associate assists in developing and implementing fundraising activities on behalf of Jewish Akron. The Associate works closely with the CEO and other staff members to provide administrative and operational support for JCBA’s development activities. The Associate supports all aspects of the department’s strategy, including individual giving, grants, corporate giving, membership, events, and other projects.

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Community Engagement Manager | Stark County Park District
Deadline: 8/8/2022
Salary Range: $69,176.27-$84,548.77 per year

Stark Parks is currently seeking a Community Engagement Manager. If you are an extroverted personality that has hands on experience with developing content, community outreach and is comfortable with what it takes to build positive brand awareness we invite you to apply. This position manages planning, organization, and management of the Park District's community engagement, marketing and internal/ external communication services. This position will also serve as the spokesperson or face of the Stark County Park District.

Basic requirements include: B.A. Degree in Marketing, Journalism, Public Relations, Communications or related field and a minimum of five years of progressive work experience in a related industry. Master's degree preferred. Minimum of two (2) years supervisory experience required. Experience in a governmental organization that relies on taxpayer funded levies to support operations is preferred.

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Senior Director of Philanthropy | Planned Parenthood of Greater Ohio
Deadline: 8/12/2022
Salary Range: $85,000-$95,000 per year

Planned Parenthood of Greater Ohio seeks a highly strategic, creative, organized, relationship-driven, and self-directed leader. The Senior Director of Philanthropy will be responsible for developing and overseeing all individual giving efforts across the affiliate and creating and implementing key strategies and initiatives for donor engagement and stewardship.

This person will play a central role in a collaborative, forward-thinking development culture that facilitates efforts between Planned Parenthood and current and prospective donors, overseeing annual giving, mid-level gifts, major gifts, and planned gifts.

Under the direction of the Chief External Affairs Officer and in collaboration with the growing development team, this individual will lead the strategy for all individual giving by identifying sources for renewed, increased, and new funding. This person will also develop and implement strategies for leadership donor identification, discovery, cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship.

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Major Gift Officer | Planned Parenthood of Greater Ohio
Deadline: 8/12/2022
Salary Range: $80,000-$90,000 per year

Planned Parenthood of Greater Ohio seeks a dynamic, experienced fund-development team member to serve as Major Gift Officer in Central Ohio. The individual is charged to identify, cultivate, solicit, and steward major donors in an assigned regional portfolio. The Major Gift Officer also establishes and provides strategic direction in community engagement and the creation of Affinity Groups.

Timing constitutes a tremendous opportunity for the in-coming Major Gift Officer as access to reproductive and gender-affirming care is under attack. The Major Gift Officer will work at a regional level to steward and retain donors at the $10,000 level and above while working with the development operations team to identify, cultivate, and engage new supporters. They will maintain an individual, regional portfolio of donors and work with development leadership to establish and manage affinity groups to deepen the understanding, commitment, and support of donors in their target region.

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