SOS Children's Villages believes in a loving home for every child. We build families for children in need, help them shape their own futures and share in the development of their communities. As the world's largest organization dedicated to orphaned and abandoned children and youth with a presence in 134 countries and territories including the US, we provide stable, loving homes to more than 80,000 children and youth in 545 villages. Our medical, education and family strengthening programs impact another 1.1 million people annually.
The Account Manager is responsible for a portfolio of workplace giving partners (~20) and supporting key accounts held by the Corporate Partnerships team. In this front-line fundraising role, the Account Manager will oversee the Workplace Giving Program with responsibility for developing strategies to grow revenue among existing and new corporate partners by 75%. The Account Manager also supports the leadership on the Corporate Partnerships team and will be responsible for day-to-day account deliverables such as drafting partnership reports, preparing grant submissions, acknowledgements, coordinating volunteer events and financial reporting.
This position is a great opportunity for a self-starter looking to assume ownership of his/her own portfolio of accounts, gain experience in various corporate fundraising approaches, support grant writing, and partner with senior team members on executing robust, global, private sector partnerships. The ideal candidate is motivated by the SOS mission, driven by achieving goals and delivering outcomes, has a keen eye for detail and a flair for creativity, as well as a track record of strong customer service skills (internally/externally).
Supports various members of the corporate team with key deliverables for flagship 6-figure accounts.
Participates in donor calls and handles day-to-day account deliverables including managing project trackers, developing impact reports, conducting asset collection, drafting partnership updates, etc.
Prepares highly polished proposals, project reports, and prospect decks to steward and re-solicit donors.
Oversees and maintains team operations acknowledgements, financial reporting, team files, giving reports, calendars, notes, etc.
Ensures preparation and submission of timely reports.
Workplace (WPG) Giving & Employee Engagement Program
Develops and manages a portfolio of ~20+ WPG partners, including identification, cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship of major corporate and WPG prospects with an FY17 fundraising goal of $300K.
Develops the strategy for the WPG and Employee Engagement Program; Define strategies for increasing WPG revenue through third parties including CFC, Benevity, United Way, and other workplace giving events.
Maintains a robust suite of WPG tools and resources to engage new and existing corporate donors.
Works closely with Marketing/Communications and Major Gifts teams to promote partnership opportunities and integrate WPG tools across all donor materials/touches.
Oversees the acknowledgment process for workplace giving and corporate gifts as well as monthly financial reports.