Capital Campaigns/Endowment, Donor Relations/Stewardship, Planned Giving
4 Year Degree
REPORTS TO: Executive Director
OVERVIEW: Responsible for spearheading and managing all aspects of St. Martin’s fundraising and community relations and managing the development department
Develop, document and execute St. Martin’s annual fundraising plan.
Secure financial support from individual, foundations and corporations.
Create and run Capital Campaigns
Event planning and oversight for fundraising. This includes at least 2 large events per year (Stone Soup and a Summer Concert). Other events as needed.
Grant writing oversight to include actual review and supervision of grant proposals and applications, finding sources of grant moneys, networking to locate moneys and ideas for grant proposals.
Networking with staff to keep abreast of needs and finding funding sources to meet those needs.
Maintaining a donor base and keeping donors informed on opportunities, needs and events.
Planning to identify client and agency needs for program development.
Develop and aintain contact with major contributors.
Manage and maintain Donor Perfect database to ensure timely data entry and gift processing.
Networking with other organizations in order to keep a positive high-profile image.
Newsletter responsibilities to include publishing newsletter at least 3 times annually, which is then distributed to donors, contributors, volunteers and key community people and businesses.
Develop and maintain relationships with media.
Develop relationships with churches, civic groups, clubs.
Develop and maintain good working relationships with community, county, state and federal officials, major contributors and key individuals.
Other community relations activities and events as assigned.
Supervise staff to keep community informed on volunteer opportunities.
Recruit and oversee volunteer programs
Other volunteer programs as assigned.
Recognize and support volunteers as appropriate
Manage, review, and train development department staff. Handle all aspects of daily supervision.
Provide leadership and the “big picture” to the department and organization
All other duties as assigned
Bachelor’s Degree in related field
5 years experience in development, community relations or similar experience.
Experience working with multiple fundraising strategies and concepts
Strong grant writing background
Experience working in a Supervisory capacity
Proven track record with creating and managing Capital Campaigns
Strong written and spoke communication skills. Ability to communicate effectively with individuals at all levels; and in one on one or in group settings. Must be able to work with a diverse group of people.
Strong project management abilities
Dependable, punctual and self-motivated
Good analytical skills
Able to work under pressure
Other duties as assigned.
Must be able to pass a pre-employment background check and drug/alcohol screening. Must have a valid driver’s license, registration, insurance, reliable vehicle and remain insurable at all times. Local driving is a requirement of this job.