Donor Relations/Stewardship, Major Gifts, Planned Giving
4 Year Degree
Gwinnett County Habitat for Humanity (Lawrenceville, Georgia) is seeking a full-time Senior Director of Philanthropy to plan and coordinate all aspects of fund development in accordance with Gwinnett Habitat’s mission and standard of excellence.
Primary responsibilities include providing leadership in and execution of all fundraising initiatives including special events, major gifts, grants, planned giving and sponsorship acquisition.
Other duties include:
Cultivation of major donors and stewardship of current donors
Implementation of annual giving program
Implementation of a written annual and long-term fund development plan
Management of the donor database
Qualified applicants need:
Demonstrated sales or fundraising success
Outstanding communication skills
Ability to work independently with only 20% of time spent in the office
Ability to build rapport and collaborate with others internally and externally
Ability to collect, track and analyze program data
Flexibility regarding work assignments and work hours
Familiarity with the key funding sources for non-profit organizations
Understanding and support of the mission and vision of Gwinnett Habitat for Humanity
Salary/benefits package based on experience/qualifications and includes an incentive bonus plan.
Telecommuting is allowed.
Additional Salary Information: Includes incentive bonus plan
About Gwinnett County Habitat for Humanity
Inspired by the success of Habitat for Humanity International, which since its founding in 1976 has provided housing for more than a million people world-wide, a group of local citizens decided to take on the need for decent, affordable housing in Gwinnett County.In 1988 they founded Gwinnett Habitat, and since then we’ve helped to meet that need, one family at a time. Our partnerships with local businesses, churches, and volunteers from all walks of life have constructed more than 140 new homes, and served over 80 households with home repairs. The need for affordable housing has risen in the two decades since Gwinnett Habitat began. And the cost of construction has risen dramatically, too.But Gwinnett Habitat is committed to be part of the solution, for as long as it takes, until the time when no family in Gwinnett County has to raise children in unsafe, sub-standard conditions.With your help, we can do it!