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Executive Director - THE SEASIDE SCHOOL FOUNDATION

DIRECTOR DEVELOPMENT DIVISiON - ST. AUGUSTINE LIGHTHOUSE AND MARITIME MUSEUM, INC.

SPECIAL EVENTS COORDINATOR - COMMUNITY HOSPICE & PALLIATIVE CARE

Development Manager - JDRF

Executive Director - National MS Society

MANAGER AFFINITY GROUPS - UNITED WAY OF NORTHEAST FLORIDA

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR ANNUAL GIVING - UNIVERSITY OF NORTH FLORIDA

BUDGET MANAGER - EPISCOPAL CHILDREN'S SERVICES

DIRECTOR OF TOCQUEVILLE - UNITED WAY OF NORTHEAST FLORIDA

MANAGER OF LEADERSHIP GIVING - UNITED WAY OF NORTHEAST FLORIDA

ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT II - UNITED WAY OF NORTHEAST FLORIDA

DEVELOPMENT MANAGER - UNITED WAY OF NORTHEAST FLORIDA

DIRECTOR OF CORPORATE ENGAGEMENT - UNITED WAY OF NORTHEAST FLORIDA

DEVELOPMENT ASSOCIATE, STEWARDSHIP - JACKSONVILLE SYMPHONY

DEVELOPMENT ASSOCIATE, PROSPECT MANAGEMENT - JACKSONVILLE SYMPHONY

VICE PRESIDENT OF ADVANCEMENT - JACKSONVILLE SYMPHONY

director of development and marketing - San Jose Episcopal Day School

Senior DEVELOPMENT director - EPISCOPAL CHILDREN'S SERVICES

DEVELOPMENT COORDINATOR - EPISCOPAL CHILDREN'S SERVICES

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Executive Director - The Seaside School Foundation

Job Post Date: 9/5/2018

Located in the idyllic community of Seaside, Florida, The Seaside School Foundation is looking for a dynamic, motivated and experienced Executive Director to lead their foundation through the next phase of growth. As the only employee of The Foundation, in this role you will have the opportunity to shape and influence the future of The Foundation and the community.

The Executive Director is responsible for:
- Building and maintaining a robust and diversified fundraising
operation. This includes growing an already robust events program and implementing new major gifts, leadership gifts and grants programs and working to engage and leverage a robust group of dedicated volunteers.
- Communicating, collaborating and establishing good working relationships with the School Board, local community groups and other organizations to keep them informed of the work of the organization.
- Managing the day-to-day operations and finances of the organization.


This role is for you if you:
- Have at least three years of experience in nonprofit leadership roles focused on fundraising and operations.
- Have successfully designed and implemented diversified fundraising programs.
- Have experience staying strategic and effective despite the demand of wearing many hats and tending to the interests of many stakeholders.
- Are an independent, self-motivated worker who enjoys leading as well as collaborating.
- Have a passion for progressive K-12 education!

Does this describe you? Submit your application by September 11th (priority deadline) by sending your resume and cover letter to Kathleen Casanova at kathleen@donorrelationsguru.com and tell us why you’re the perfect fit for this gig.  

To learn more about this position, benefits, and The Seaside School Foundation please visit www.donorrelationsguru.com/seasidegig

Director Development Division - St. Augustine Lighthouse and Maritime Museum, Inc.

Job Post Date: 9/5/2018

The Director Development is the head of the St. Augustine Lighthouse & Maritime Museum (the Museum) Development or Division, a growing fundraising department with access to 6,000 members. He or she is responsible for planning, developing, coordinating, directing and managing all fundraising, donor retention, annual fund, major gifts, membership, marketing, cultivation events and public relations programs for the non-profit museum, and for moving the development program to the next level.

Responsible for cultivation management of mid-level gifts through the implementation of the Benevon system of fundraising (new to the Museum in 2018). He or she will work with the Board of Trustees Development Committee and the Executive Director to organize fundraising in a formal plan, and to carry out friend building for the whole organization.  He or she will also help direct any significant capital campaigns, and cultivate community development members. (Last campaign finished successfully in 2017 and resulted in a new Maritime Education and Archaeology Center. ) 

The Development Director is responsible for organizing and implementing a comprehensive gifts solicitation based on customer and donor data. The Benevon fundraising method includes a series of events held by ambassadors who share the work of the organization in a discovery event, and then pipeline donors for further cultivation culminating in a fundraising breakfast at the year’s end.

The DD shall implement a related overall marketing and advertising program for the organization,  which both encourages visitation and grows philanthropy through the sharing of our Unique Value Proposition and Museum mission. Key Case for support areas are Historic Preservation, Veterans Heritage, Museum Education, and internationally significant, Underwater Archaeological Research in the Nation’s Oldest Port.

The successful candidate will perform all duties in strict compliance with St. Augustine Lighthouse & Maritime Museum, Inc. (the Museum) policies and procedures, regulations and other applicable federal, state and local laws.  Position reports to the Executive Director and supervises the Membership Coordinator and the Public Relations Director and Social Media Director.

Major Responsibilities:
Accountable and responsible for financial targets outlined in KPI’s (Key Performance Indicators) as assigned by the ED.  DD will roll these targets down to staff and coordinates dependencies with peers.

Some possible KPI targets are in the following categories:

  • A planned cultivation/pipeline program (plan alignment) adherence to schedule,
  • membership retention (#s of locals and tourists with a segmented approach), $ and Numbers of members, access to membership benefits. Significant Gifts $ and opportunities to make asks annually.
  • Benevon Fundraising (Mid-level gift cultivation) rebuilding follows up and annual $, Capital Campaign $ and organization.
  • Annual Fund (including donation boxes, bricks donor wall, yearly appeal letter, direct mail and more.).
  • Responsible for carrying out the marketing plan and maintaining tone, and content of advertising with the PR director.
  • Database management
  • Volunteer and staff support.
  • Communication with the ED and the Board together for the benefit of the whole.

Fundraising is a marathon and not a sprint. Continued growth in development opportunities and experience for the organization is essential.

Works with the Interpretive Division on a plan to support special events and grant, corporate proposal and foundation programs. Director of Interpretation supports Grant Management, and Volunteer Coordinator promotes Special Event programs. Therefore building a healthy working relationship with this Division is vital to aid development staff capacity.

Manages staff for ongoing activities. DD writes team KPIs and KABs. Creates and oversee the program, staffing and budget plans for development and fundraising. Develop, implement and manages all database, cultivation, fundraising activities, General Fund, Major Gifts, Capital Fund, Endowment, Benevon Fundraising Program and the Capital campaign; including cultivation of major and mid-level donors as the center of this position’s activity. May travel from time to time as required for this function.

Direct the planned giving program. Manages the Donor Wall, Bricks and other and Naming Opportunities for the Company.

Coordinate Museum’s overall public advocacy efforts, manage PR and develops cases for support and consistently shares UVP and brand protection.

Write grant, foundation and corporate proposals for Museum programs in tandem with the Interpretive Division Director.

Participate in senior management meetings. Prioritize effectively. Be able to say no to some events and focus on what matters most.  Assist in strategic planning, quality initiatives, and problem-solving to meet the facility business and quality goals and objectives.  Serve as senior management and productive member of the team.

Brings to the ED any matters requiring her attention, works with her calendar to schedule cultivation visits and events.  Helps to manage monthly membership events with the Membership Coordinator and to assign responsibilities for these to other staff.

DD assists with special events including cultivation oriented Benevon events (30 people),  Lighthouse Festival (Night Fest), Veterans activities, Luminary Night and an annual fundraiser. May attend monthly restaurant events or may assign these events to staff and share event responsibilities.

DD will be an open communicator with senior staff and peers. Is ethical, straightforward and believes in donor rights. He or she will align programs to the Museum’s strategic plan and budget.

Works with the ED and staff to improve donor software, database, develop capacity and advance technology in support of development.

Perform other duties as assigned.

Scope:
Perform performance evaluations for appropriate staff.  Establish performance standards and goals and expectations for direct reports.  Provide and support professional development opportunities.

Frequent contact with management, staff, partners, volunteers, vendors and the public. Responsible for overseeing budget execution and capital assets. Supervise direct reports. Accountable for coordinating appropriate personal development plans through professional memberships and conference attendance or other sources.

Qualifications:
Baccalaureate degree required. MA preferred.

Three (3) years supervisory or project management experience.

Organized and people oriented.

Necessary computer skills and experience with word processing and database management.  Excellent presentation skills are required.  Moreover, he or she will have excellent written and oral communication skills. Excellent planning and organizational skills. Outstanding interpersonal and managerial skills are required.

Has the ability to work independently, manage multiple projects effectively and meet deadlines. Has met previous development fundraising goals for other organizations and can demonstrate the same. Team player and planner.

Knowledge of the local community is a plus.

Essential Functions/Physical Requirements:

The duties above indicate the critical functions in the job. Physical requirements are those present in normal office environment conditions. A moderate amount of business travel is required. Must be able to climb the lighthouse tower and perform required public tour guide duties for periods of 2.5 – 3 hours in Florida climate. Operational flexibility is expected to meet sudden and unpredictable business needs. Able to lift 25-30 pounds.

 

Interested Applicant should send Cover Letter, Resume / CV to:

Martin Corlieto

mcorlieto@staugustinelighthouse.org

Special Events Coordinator - Community Hospice & Palliative Care

Job Post Date: 8/24/2018

The Special Events Coordinator provides key leadership and guidance in the management, planning and execution of the Foundation’s special event fundraising efforts, including its signature event, Halloween Doors & More. It has responsibility for the recruitment of all event volunteers and coordination of volunteer management and logistics. In addition, this position provides vital support and leadership to achieve the established goals of all third-party, community fundraising initiatives. The ideal candidate will exhibit confidentiality, flexibility and accountability in all aspects of the role. The Special Events Coordinator will attend all events including evenings and/or weekends.


Primary Responsibilities
• Plan, implement, execute, and evaluate all Foundation special events to ensure event goals are met for Community Hospice & Palliative Care (CHPC). Oversee volunteer involvement; manage all event plans that include timelines and budget. Negotiate and manage all event contracts. Recruit event volunteer leadership and committee members.
• Maintain thorough records of all aspects of event planning and implementation including time line, correspondence, donor agreements, contracts, expenditures and obligations.
• Directly maintain all records of volunteers and hours. Identify and develop volunteer leaders.
• Expediently provide all event/campaign information to gift processing team to be entered in database and confirm all donors are acknowledged promptly. Analyze event and campaign results to identify donors and groups for further cultivation, identify potential donors and sponsors, and assess feasibility for continuation of events and/or development of new events. Maintain contact with assigned donors.
• Directly plan and manage all aspects of event logistics including:  a) securing family sponsorships for our signature event; b) coordinating committee meetings—handle meeting notifications, attendee documentation, take and distribute meeting minutes, and follow up with non-attendees; c) coordinating event mailings—save the dates, invitations, attendee and sponsor thank you letters, and all e-newsletters as needed; d) securing and managing volunteers;        e) overseeing special event e-newsletters, web/internet and intranet updates as needed.
• Actively recruit and seek out community group fundraisers (also referred to as 3rd party events) through internet research, using established relationships and/ or knowledge of the community. Serve as the CHPCF liaison with community group fundraisers, provide guidelines approval and support for community events planners. Plan and manage the implementation of a comprehensive community fundraiser plan including acquisition goals.
• Directly plan and manage the Community PedsCare Teen Advisory Council and assist with other CHPCF volunteer leadership groups.
• In partnership with the Communications Department, manage the development of all CHPCF fundraising special event electronic and printed materials including all appropriate event and mission messaging.  
• Keep apprised of advances and trends in the field through networking, education and journals.  Bring information relevant to the Foundation and its work to the attention of Foundation staff and leadership.
• Develop relationships with donors and volunteers in the course of normal activities, being  to those who may be candidates for more involvement, additional cultivation and giving.

Qualifications
Education/Experience:
• Bachelor’s degree required. Two years nonprofit development support experience preferred with an emphasis on special event support and logistics and volunteer oversight.  

Knowledge, skills and abilities:
• Possess a demonstrated understanding of typical office procedures, protocol and equipment. Able to use standard office software, e.g. Microsoft Word, Excel and Outlook with a high level of proficiency.
• Working knowledge of Raiser’s Edge database documenting all aspects of special events and volunteer management preferred.
• Excellent command of the English language including usage, grammar, spelling and punctuation; business letter and report writing techniques; modern office methods and procedures, equipment and filing systems; and office machines.
• Skilled at responsible administrative work requiring independent judgment with speed and accuracy; excellent organizational skills; ability to perform more than one task at a time; the learning, interpreting and application of organizational policies, rules and regulations; taking dictation/minutes and transcribing accurately; the ability to work under pressure and timelines; interpersonal skills; good communication skills; disseminating information accurately and efficiently.
• Possess a demonstrated willingness to adapt to varying work load.  Can adapt to heavy workloads periods, then fill in for others on other tasks as time is available and priorities change. Willing to pitch-in to help others when deadlines are tight or the workload is heavy, e.g. preparing for event and special campaign mailings.
• Able to maintain professional and cordial working relationships with staff and volunteers. Positively represents CHPCF in all interactions within CHPC.
• Possess skill and accuracy in entering data into a software database following guidelines and being  to patterns and potentially questionable information.

Apply at 
https://communityhospice.wd1.myworkdayjobs.com/en-US/CH/job/NEVIASER/Special-Events-Coordinator_R808/apply

Development Manager - JDRF

Job Post Date: 8/22/2018

The JDRF North Florida chapter, based in Jacksonville, Florida is seeking candidates for a Development Manager to oversee the planning, development, cultivation and stewardship of JDRF North Florida’s annual Miracles Gala. This is an excellent opportunity for a talented, fundraising professional to be involved in one of North Florida’s largest and most successful gala events. The Development Manager will help ensure that the Miracles Gala is positioned for significant, sustainable growth in a manner that allows donors and volunteers to exceed their JDRF related goals.

JDRF is the leading global organization focused on type 1 diabetes (T1D) research. JDRF’s goal is to progressively remove the impact of T1D from people’s lives until we achieve a world without T1D. JDRF collaborates with a wide spectrum of partners and is the only organization with the scientific resources, policy influence and a working plan to bring life-changing therapies from the lab to the community. As the largest charitable supporter of T1D research, JDRF has invested nearly $2B in research over the past 45 years and is sponsoring scientific research in 17 countries worldwide. For more information, please visit http://www.jdrf.org

As a JDRF team member, you can look forward to interesting and challenging work, building strong relationships with fellow staff and our network of volunteers, and having a meaningful impact on the lives of everyone affected by this devastating disease.

The North Florida Chapter plays a vital role in JDRF’s success. With annual revenues of around $1.3 Million, the Chapter is one of six chapters in Florida and a perennially strong performing JDRF Chapter. The Chapter has a strong Board of Directors as well as volunteers who are actively engaged and passionately support JDRF.

Job Description
The JDRF North Florida chapter, based in Jacksonville, Florida is seeking candidates for a Development Manager to oversee the planning, development, cultivation and stewardship of JDRF North Florida’s annual Miracles Gala. This is an excellent opportunity for a talented, fundraising professional to be involved in one of North Florida’s largest and most successful gala events. The Development Manager will help ensure that the Miracles Gala is positioned for significant, sustainable growth in a manner that allows donors and volunteers to exceed their JDRF related goals.

The Development Manager will also have primary responsibility planning and supporting the JDRF Community One Walk in Tallahassee (spring), TypeOne Nation in Jacksonville (winter) and provide recruitment and support for JDRF Your Way events (volunteer led fundraisers) and the in-office intern program.

Responsibilities
- Serve as the lead staff member in the planning and implementation of the Annual Miracles Gala. Collaborate with an outstanding team of local staff as well as national/regional staff resources to ensure the Chapter’s growth and success, discuss best practices, and share new ideas.
- Lead the development and delivery of chapter signature event fundraising strategies and key performance indicators, benchmarks and best practices in the areas of fundraising, donor, volunteer and guest experience.
- Analyze all gala revenue streams, including local sponsorship, Fund A Cure and auction to maximize fundraising capacity.
- Identify, build, and steward relationships with community, civic and corporate leaders as an integral part of volunteer and donor prospect development and engagement in JDRF activities.
- Manage and continually develop assigned volunteer committees providing leadership, cultivation, acknowledgement, material support, and assistance in building and implementing fundraising committees.
- Maintain accurate and complete financial records for areas of responsibility, and help ensure that the logistics and budget/timelines are met.
- In coordination with the Executive Director and Corporate Development Committee, identify and cultivate new corporate partners for the Miracles Gala, the Tallahassee Community One Walk, TypeOne Nation and JDRF North Florida Chapter as a whole.
- Lead the management and marketing of the Miracles Gala, TypeOne Nation and Tallahassee Community One Walk program to all participants.

- Identify and cultivate potential new board members. Make recommendations about volunteer leadership development opportunities to the Chapter Executive Director.
- Assist in identifying, cultivating and stewarding fundraising sponsors and major donors.
- Ensure personal accountability for meeting deadlines and responding to volunteers and other department requests.
- Identify, build, and steward relationships with community, civic and corporate leaders as an integral part of volunteer and donor prospect development and engagement in JDRF activities.

- Utilize social media to increase visibility and promote programs and events.
- Input and use donor management systems daily including CRM (Salesforce), Greater Giving and Luminate Online (Training provided for these but must be willing to use the systems).

- Be passionate about the JDRF mission and ambitious on maximizing potential.

Qualifications
- Four+ years of fundraising experience or relevant business/volunteer experience. CFRE a plus.
- Knowledge of both special event and non-event fundraising activities (major gifts, stewardship, etc.) is a must.
- Must be a self-starter while also being collaborative and an amazing team player!
- Strong verbal and written communication and presentation skills. Excellent interpersonal and relationship-building skills.
- Ability to interface with all levels of staff and volunteers.
- Significant computer literacy.
- Bachelor’s degree preferred or equivalent experience required.
- Ability to travel locally required.  Occasional evening and weekend work required as needed.

Apply at http://smrtr.io/HPjt

JDRF is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Executive Director - National MS Society

Job Post Date: 8/22/2018

The National Multiple Sclerosis Society, a non-profit health organization, is seeking an Executive Director for its North Florida market. This position is to be located in the North Florida area- Tampa, Orlando or Jacksonville preferred. The market has a $1.8 million annual revenue budget.

Background
The National Multiple Sclerosis Society mobilizes people and resources to drive research for a cure and to address the challenges of everyone affected by MS. To fulfill this mission, the Society funds cutting-edge research, drives change through advocacy, facilitates professional education, collaborates with MS organizations around the world, and provides programs and services designed to help people with MS and their families move their lives forward. We partner with volunteers to accomplish our work. Staff members engage volunteers through effective and timely communications, facilitating meaningful opportunities, and continually seeking and providing feedback for reciprocal growth and learning.

Job Summary
The National Multiple Sclerosis Society, a non-profit health organization, is seeking an Executive Director for its North Florida market. This position is to be located in the North Florida area- Tampa, Orlando or Jacksonville preferred. The market has a $1.8 million annual revenue budget.
The executive director engages community leaders in achieving Society priorities -- most importantly, in raising funds. She or he must passionately communicate about the Society's mission, research, services, advocacy and strategic plans and priorities. This position requires a deep understanding of the communities in the assigned territory and an ability to engage with and influence a wide range of people.
The executive director implements Society plans developed by functional areas -- always contributing to continuous improvement. The executive director delivers year-over-year revenue growth managing a portfolio of key relationships. As a member of the Society Leadership and Management Team, the executive director must have a Society-wide perspective.
The executive director clearly articulates and models the Society culture. She or he ensures they and leadership volunteers reflect the Society's Operating Principles. The executive director works closely with a board of trustees to build trust, confidence, and to expand volunteer engagement and fundraising throughout the assigned territory. The trust and confidence in the Society of all constituent groups reflects the executive director's effectiveness.


Responsibilities
1. Ensure leadership volunteer engagement in communities throughout the market 30%
a. Build trust and confidence in the Society as the leadership executive in an assigned territory
b. Support the development and cultivation of an active and engaged Board of Trustees, standing and advisory committees
c. Assist with implementation of Society strategies and practices to ensure strong board engagement; ensure trustees are effective and contributing to Society priorities
d. Identify talent for Society committees to expand and deepen involvement of volunteers throughout the Society
e. Through the community engagement committee, help to develop and oversee community councils to raise new revenue and build awareness
f. Identify, engage, leverage and cultivate community resources, influence and connections to further the Society's initiatives and mission. Connect and convene people to learn, participate, advise and contribute at their highest level
g. Ensure a consistent experience for people affected by MS, volunteers and participants, regardless of where they live

2. Drive revenue growth 60%

a. Manage a portfolio of relationships, increase revenue of top 30, year over year, identify new and potential donors through community connections. Identify, cultivate, steward and recognize top relationships (donors, fundraisers, teams, corporate and community partners).
b. Provide leadership and/or support to relationship management teams. Lead Relationship Review meetings with other market-based staff. Participate in Revenue Performance and market implementation meetings. Identify and bring action steps from Revenue Performance and Relationship Review meetings to trustees.
c. Ensure the Board of Trustees supports and is engaged in the achievement of revenue targets through participation of events and board giving.
d. Participate with development leadership in setting the market revenue budgets and targets.
e. Ensure the achievement of revenue targets through the Society's fundraising campaigns
f. Contribute to the success of market-based special event committees. Ensure an active and engaged Donor Relations Committee and other revenue-related committees. Contribute to the success, and at times lead, Leadership Fundraising events and other fundraising events.

3. Increase effectiveness and capacity of Society Leadership & Management Team 10%

a. Contribute to the effectiveness of the SLMT; demonstrating progress in building strong relationships with team members
b. Provide input on, demonstrate understanding and ability to communicate Society Priorities
c. Achieve agreed upon annual results
d. Lead and support the successful implementation of the annual operational plan. deliver on the Strategic Plan
e. Be a positive representative of the National MS Society in all settings (internal and external)
f. Engage others -- expand the movement
g. Ensure operational effectiveness and continuous improvement
h. Provide leadership to the market and ensure office operations are effective and aligned with Society practices and procedures
i. Foster and promote a positive, supportive working environment; ensuring all staff are aligned to the desired culture outlined in our operating principles
j. Contribute to the professional development of others by coaching and providing feedback
k. Ensure effective use the Society's decision-making process; participate in decision-making

Qualifications
- 8 years demonstrated successful leadership experience with a history of job growth and advancement, preferably with non-profit organizations. Experience working in a cross functional and complex reporting structure. Experience in portfolio management and working with top relationships (donors, fundraisers, teams, corporate and community partners). Experience working with top special events fundraisers and in developing and cultivating relationships to secure gifts and contributions from individuals and corporations.
- Experience in community engagement and volunteer development. Experience in contributing to building revenue and expense budgets, forecasting and resource development. Proven ability to meet revenue goals. A successful track record of working with high performing staff teams and creating positive workplace environments. Demonstrated success in developing and engaging effective non-profit boards. Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
- Experience in leading productive communications and group facilitation which include expression of conflict and passion, employee development, assessment and coaching, matrix management and decision making, and consensus building.
- Must demonstrate superior skills in gaining the trust and confidence of a wide range of people, providing strong leadership and influence without specific named authority.
- Must demonstrate superior skills in gaining the trust and confidence of a wide range of people, providing strong leadership and influence without specific named authority.
- Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, Adobe Acrobat, constituent relationship management, and online meeting tools. Strong public speaking, presentation and writing skills required. Knowledge of employee relations practices.

How to Apply
Please submit your resume and/or cover letter by applying directly to the job posting located on our company website: https://recruiting.adp.com/srccar/public/RTI.home?c=1109441&d=External&r=5000400842506#/

National MS Society
http://www.nationalmssociety.org/

Manager Affinity Groups - United Way of Northeast Florida

Job Post Date: 8/22/2018

Vision and Mission:

At United Way of Northeast Florida, we envision a community of opportunity where everyone has hope and can reach their full potential. Our mission is to solve our community’s toughest challenges by connecting people, resources and ideas.

Purpose of Position:

To create and implement meaningful connections with donors through affinity groups.

This is a fundraising and event planning position within the United Way of Northeast Florida Resource Development team. It is responsible for the achievement of revenue and membership goals for the affinity groups: Women United and Atlantic Circle.

Women United is comprised of nearly 500 women who each contribute $1,000 or more annually and work together to create significant and permanent improvements in the community through leadership, philanthropy and advocacy.

Atlantic Circle is comprised of more than 600 individuals under 40 who each contribute $500 or more annually and are interested in professional and philanthropic growth.

Key Responsibilities and Essential Functions:

Affinity Group Management:

  • Develop a multi-year plan to increase the number of Women United and Atlantic Circle members while retaining current members. Include methods to engage and deepen the understanding, commitment and support of donors.
  • Provide strategic direction to the Atlantic Circle and Women United committees: plan meetings, recruit new members, and staff events.
  • Work with the marketing department to develop/oversee mailings and communications to promote events and solicit annual gifts from members and prospects, including monthly updates about affinity group activities for marketing materials.
  • Work with Director, Development Operations to maintain accurate data and membership lists.
  • Work with volunteer department to gauge volunteer needs of agency partners and plan meaningful volunteer events.
  • Participate in speaking engagements during trainings and company events, as needed.
  • Manage Atlantic Circle and Women United Facebook pages, and provide additional content to marketing for volunteer profiles, social media posts and blog posts.
    • Track, maintain and provide reports on membership numbers, volunteer hours and dollars raised from all affinity groups, and reconcile budget reports with the Finance department on a monthly basis.
    Donor Relationship Management:
    • Plan and execute Affinity Group events (networking, professional development and volunteer projects) in coordination with volunteer committees to demonstrate and exemplify the mission and community impact of United Way.
    • Actively engage donors and prospects through events designed to cultivate members and enhance relationships. Provide consistent follow-up post events to secure commitments or move relationships forward.
    • Work closely with the corporate engagement team and United Way volunteers to identify companies to target for education on affinity groups and recruitment of new members.

    Experience / Position Requirements:

    • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience preferred; Public Relations, Communications, or related field preferred
    • Demonstrated success in relationship management/fundraising, volunteer management and event planning
    • Skilled in initiating conversations and relationships with individuals while building rapport quickly to deliver results
    • Excellent interpersonal, verbal and written communication skills
    • The ability to inspire confidence in United Way volunteer leadership, staff, and potential donors through sound judgment, discretion and commitment
    • Exceptional attention to detail
    • Ability to work nights and weekends for events
    • The successful candidate will be mature, highly motivated, team-oriented, with the highest ethical standards and ability to drive results
    Professional Core Competencies Required:
    • Mission Focused: Creates real social change that leads to better lives and healthier communities. This drives performance and professional motivations.
    • Relationship Oriented: Places people before process and is astute in cultivating and managing relationships toward a common goal.
    • Collaborator (Includes teamwork and communication): Understands the roles and contributions of all sectors of the community and can mobilize resources (financial & human) through meaningful engagement. Strong supporter of a team environment.
    • Results Driven: Dedicates efforts to shared and measurable goals for the common good; creating, resourcing, scaling and leveraging strategies and innovations for broad investment and impact.
    • Brand Steward: Understands role in growing and protecting the reputation and results of the greater network.

    General Physical Requirements for Essential Functions of the Job:

    The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. While performing the duties of this job the employee is regularly required to sit, talk, and/or hear. Continual use of the hands with wrist and finger movement using a keyboard is required. Specific vision abilities required by this job include long hours viewing a computer monitor screen. The employee may occasionally travel using personal vehicle and/or work outside normal office environment.

     

    This description is not designed to contain a comprehensive inventory of all responsibilities and qualifications required of all team members assigned to this position. It is intended only to describe the key elements relative to each section. Also, duties and/or requirements of this position may be modified, added or deleted at any time. This supersedes all descriptions previously written for the same position. Unique equivalent skills and experience may possibly substitute for required position requirements.

    United Way of Northeast Florida is an Equal Opportunity Employer and a Drug Free Work Environment.

    ​​To apply contact Terri Harris at terrih@uwnefl.org.​​​

    Assistant Director Annual Giving - University of North Florida


    Job Post Date: 8/9/2018


    The Assistant Director of Annual Giving is responsible for creating, planning, and implementing all aspects of a future Affinity Based Giving Program, the Faculty/Staff campaign, Student Philanthropy, Senior Class Giving campaign, and Young Alumni program in addition to conducting face-to-face solicitations of alumni and parents in support of annual giving priorities for the University. The Assistant Director of Annual Giving will also be involved in evaluating and implementing new opportunities to involve alumni, parents and friends in key initiatives of the University of North Florida.

    Job Function:
    • Create and implement an affinity-based giving program. Oversee all affinity-based giving solicitation mailings; recruit and manage volunteer fundraisers.
    • Bolster and navigate leadership annual giving and pipeline development to include the cultivation of entry-level major gift prospects, collect and share vital prospect comments/information, promote leadership giving societies/circle, promote and encourage consecutive and recurring giving.
    • Lead in the growth of an existing Faculty/Staff Campaign, Student Philanthropy, Senior Class Giving Campaign, and Young Alumni program.
    • Develop and execute a new/annual “Gratitude Day” to honor donors & educate current UNF students about philanthropy.
    • Develop and execute a comprehensive stewardship and donor relations strategy to ensure donors are adequately thanked and engaged.
    • Execute a minimum of 5 significant contacts per month. Solicit alumni, parents and friends for gifts and pledges in support of the UNF Annual Fund, focusing on solicitation of & pledge fulfillment among recent graduates.
    • Coordinate fundraising strategies through a multi-channel methods including direct mail, stewardship efforts, events, crowdfunding, and web.
    • Assist the Director of Annual Giving with ongoing analysis of fundraising progress and primary responsibility for peer school benchmarking projects.
    • Plan meetings, accept special assignments, assist colleagues and provide support for all ongoing programs and operations.
    • Collaborate with other campus departments in programs involving alumni, parents, and friends; such as Alumni Engagement, Parent and Family Programming, Enrollment Services, Academic Colleges, Non-Academic Units (Library, Student Affairs, Athletics, Museum of Contemporary Arts), and other initiatives.
    • Prepare briefings, proposals, and correspondence for prospects.
    • Work independently and creatively to match donor interests with institutional priorities.
    • Understand the University’s fundraising priorities, academic programs, & develop relationships with key faculty and administrators.
    • Communicate with colleagues to develop marketing materials, funding opportunities, and recognition efforts designed to increase giving by alumni, parents, and friends.
    • Support the overall mission of the University Development and Alumni Engagement team.

    Marginal Functions:
    • Other duties as may be assigned, consistent with the University Development and Alumni Engagement and University of North Florida’s goals, objectives and interests.
    • Ability to perform basic office functions.
    • Significant one-on-one and small group personal contact with the public.
    • Occasional travel required.

    Note: The statements herein are intended to describe the general nature and level of work performed by employees, but are not a complete list of responsibilities, duties, and skills required of personnel so classified. Furthermore, they do not establish a contract for employment and are subject to changes at the discretion of the employer.

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

    Departmental Requirements:
    Preference will be shown to applicants who meet the required qualifications and also possess the following:
    • Knowledge of University mission, services, policies and procedures.
    • Knowledge of alumni and donor segmentation.
    • Knowledge of crowdfunding campaigns and platforms.
    • Detailed knowledge of, and commitment to, professional standards and practices.
    • Developed management and planning skills.
    • Computer literacy skills, including knowledge of Word, Excel and PowerPoint, as well as competence in word processing and database management, preferably Raisers Edge.
    • Able to forge strong working relationships with others and a capacity for engaging confidence and trust among donors, alumni, parents and friends of the University of North Florida.
    • Strong communication, presentation and writing skills.
    • Ability to conduct personal solicitations and manage volunteers.
    • Well-developed interpersonal skills and ability to balance and move forward multiple projects.

    Special Instructions:
    Applicants must complete an online application at www.unfjobs.org in order to be considered for this position. Applicants who do not apply online will not be considered for this position. Once you submit your completed application you will receive a confirmation number. Keep the confirmation number for your records.

    Contact: Anna Shavers, 904-620-1672

    Apply at http://www.unfjobs.org/postings/7483

    Budget Manager - Episcopal Children's Services

    Job Post Date: 8/8/2018

    GENERAL DESCRIPTION: The Budget Manager is a financial planning and analysis professional who will be responsible for leading strategic budgeting initiatives at Episcopal Children’s Services by: developing, implementing and monitoring all organizational program, operating, and capital budgets; analyzing financial results and trends for budgets; developing and administering budget systems; and communicating budgetary issues to the CFO and Director of Finance.

    MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES:
    • Compile, review, analyze, evaluate and recommend budget plans for all program contracts with consideration of the overall objectives of the organization

    • Responsible for all related budget preparation documents, including the development of budget templates or worksheets, budget request documentation, budget support worksheets, or any necessary budget tables and tools, etc.
    • Compile, with input from program directors and/or senior leadership, all grant contract budgets
    • Compile, with input from program or center directors, and senior leadership, the annual operating budget
    • Provide strategic input as to direction, technical advice, and assistance in ECS’s budgetary formulation, analysis, review, and control processes.
    • Prepare and submit monthly and annual grant program variance reports for Policy Council and program directors.
    • Prepare and submit to management the monthly and annual directly operated center variance reports.
    • Review, monitor and prepare any quarterly or annual reports for granting agencies indicating actual versus budget results
    • Gather and input fiscal data into the HSES web-based reporting system.
    • Evaluate expenditure patterns to assure all critical needs are met and the budget is tracking according to targeted measurements.
    • Review, coordinate and monitor actual and projected tuition and fee revenues for directly operated centers. Advise senior leadership as to results of analysis no less than on a quarterly basis, sooner should a pattern of decline result.
    • Prepare and submit complete and final reports pertaining to requirements relating to budget matters and financial data.
    • When requested, research and recommend alternatives to rectify administrative and operational problems related to budgeting.
    • Participate in the review of budget requests from ECS programs. Prepare summaries for the CFO, Director of Finance and other members of senior leadership. Make recommendations on the requests.
    • Develop, recommend and implement budget policies and guidelines for the preparation of the annual and any supplemental budget requests for ECS.
    • Develop the criteria, formats and guidelines to be used by ECS programs in the preparation of their annual and supplemental budget requests.
    • Meet with senior leadership and other administrative staff to clarify the budgetary requirements, answer questions related to the preparation of the budget to assist the programs in the preparation of their requests.
    • Coordinate ECS’s responses to inquiries and requests from the Board of Trustees and outside granting organizations on ECS’s allocation and expenditures.
    • All other duties as requested to maintain the success of ECS.
     
    ORGANIZATIONAL RELATIONSHIP:

    • This position reports to the Director of Finance.


    EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

    • Minimum of a bachelor’s degree in accounting, business administration, economics, finance or related field with five (5) years extensive program planning and budgeting experience required; CPA preferred but not required
    • Direct experience in managing government-funded programs highly preferred
     
    KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:
    • Must demonstrate a high level of proficiency and in-depth understanding of best practices in financial analysis, budget forecasting, modeling and planning.
    • Knowledge of Microsoft Office products at an intermediate level
    • Advanced Microsoft Excel skills, including financial modeling and skilled utilization of other budget-related software and reporting tools.
    • Must demonstrate experience developing, implementing and monitoring budgets.
    • Intermediate knowledge of accounting principles and practices
    • Knowledge of not-for-profit computer systems pertaining to accounting and financial management preferred
    • Maintain strong commitment to needs of children and goals of ECS, Inc.
    • Ability to build and maintain good human relations with staff and management
    • Commitment to and exact adherence to all government requirements
    • Good judgment and emotional maturity in normal and crisis situations
    • Skilled in coordinating and communicating with others
    • Ability to maintain confidential information
       

    ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS:

    • Works inside in an office environment
    • Some travel required

    ESSENTIAL PHYSICAL SKILLS:

    • Acceptable eyesight & hearing (with or without correction)
    • Ability to communicate both orally and in writing
    • Ability to sit at workstation for prolonged periods of time
    • Ability to lift up to 20 lbs. 

    (Reasonable accommodations will be made for otherwise qualified individuals with a disability)


    Instructions:

              https://www.appone.com/MainInfoReq.asp?R_ID=2093325

    Director of Tocqueville - United Way of Northeast Florida

    Date Posted: 8/8/2018

    This is a fundraising position within the United Way of Northeast Florida Resource Development team responsible for the achievement of revenue and engagement goals associated with the growth and development of Tocqueville giving. The position works to build relationships with and provide engagement opportunities for Tocqueville donors ($10,000+) aligned with United Way’s focus areas and initiatives. United by their commitment to making Northeast Florida a better place to live, work and raise a family, the Tocqueville Society is comprised of more than 200 members making an annual gift of $10,000 or more.

    Tocqueville Society Program Management:
    • In partnership with the Head of Major Gifts, develop and implement a multi-year plan to increase membership and revenue from Tocqueville Society members both inside/outside of the workplace while retaining current members.
    • Develop and drive engagement and event plan for the year. Serve as the lead staff to design, promote and implement all aspects of Tocqueville Society events and activities to educate, recognize and thank donors. Set event objectives and measure ROI for each event or activity.
     
    Donor Relationship Management:
    • Develop and execute qualification, cultivation, stewardship and recognition plans for Tocqueville level donors.
    • Achieve relationship management performance goals (relationship management performance plan) including number of monthly relational visits ~ qualification, cultivation, solicitation and stewardship). 
     
    Experience / Position Requirements:
    • Bachelor’s degree required; Business, Marketing or related field preferred.
    • Minimum four years’ experience in fund-raising or marketing/ business area preferred.
    • Demonstrated account management, communication skills, and the ability to listen well.
    • The patience and interpersonal skills needed to perceive and react sensitively to the needs and interests of potential donors.

    ​To apply contact Terri Harris at terrih@uwnefl.org.​​

    Manager of Leadership Giving - United Way of Northeast Florida

    Date Posted: 8/8/2018

    Purpose of Position: To create and implement meaningful connections with donors at the $1,000 -$9,999 level. Strategic planning and fundraising position responsible for the successful development and implementation of strategies resulting in the achievement of revenue goals for Leadership Giving (gifts of $1,000 or more annually). Lead role in the development of programs and events to attain new donors, grow gifts from existing donors, and create engaging donor experiences to retain current donors. The Manager will also manage all activities and volunteers for the Builders Society. The Builders Society is United Way of Northeast Florida’s newest leadership giving society, designed to recognize Gold ($2,500-$4,999) and Platinum ($5,000-$9,999) leadership givers while offering engagement opportunities to deepen their engagement and connection with United Way.

    Leadership Giving and Builders Society Program Management:
    • Serve as primary staff for Leadership Giving donor segment. Achieve revenue, membership and engagement goals for Leadership Giving.
    • Actively engage donors and prospects through events designed to cultivate Leadership givers and enhance relationships. Design, promote and implement one or more Leadership Giving special events and activities to educate, recognize and thank donors. Provide and oversee consistent follow-up post events to secure commitments or move relationship forward.

    Donor Relationship Management:
    • Achieve relationship management performance goals (relationship management performance plan) including number of monthly relational visits ~ qualification, cultivation, solicitation and stewardship. Work closely with the Head of Major Gifts to determine ‘moves management’ approach to Leadership Giving donor portfolio, with focus on moving Builder’s Society donors to Tocqueville Society.

    Strategy and Team Management:
    • Evaluate research and campaign performance data to identify focus of concentrations on potential leadership givers and workplace campaigns with declines. Work with senior resource development team to design and implement short- and long-term strategies to capitalize on opportunities for increased revenue growth and to minimize risks. Integrate resource development-wide strategies into team work plans.
     
    Experience / Position Requirements:
    • BS degree required; Business, Public Relations, Communications, Marketing, or related field preferred.
    • Minimum three years’ experience in fundraising, volunteer management or community relations preferred.
    • Demonstrated account management
    • The patience and interpersonal skills needed to perceive and react sensitively to the needs and interests of potential donors.

    ​To apply contact Terri Harris at terrih@uwnefl.org.

    Administrative Assistant II - United Way of Northeast Florida

    Date Posted: 8/8/2018

    Purpose of Position: This position manages administrative needs for the Head of Marketing, Communications and Campaign, assists with database management and reporting, assists with database reporting and online campaign setup and assists with campaign logistics.

    Key Responsibilities and Essential Functions:
    Database Management and Reporting:
    • Support Head of Marketing, Communications & Campaign in the management of online giving campaigns which could include running interim and final reports, database entry, loading employee files, answering donor questions, etc. • Compile ongoing campaign-wide dashboard and reports. Review reports for accuracy and completeness working to resolve any questions or errors.
    Advanced Administrative and Project Support:
    • Support Head of Marketing, Communications and Campaign in daily activities-- managing calendar, recording and delivering accurate messages, responding to donors and corporate partners and other basic administrative functions.
    • Track the Corporate Engagement and Community Builders budget which includes preparing all check requests, processing invoices and tracking two budgets on a monthly basis.
    Operational Support:
    • Manage select donor correspondence. This may include assisting with questions related to pledge forms and designations as well as responding to donor and company inquiries and other requests. Convey a professional manner, curiosity and passion for the work and a proactive attitude toward assisting co-workers.
    • Facilitate program logistics for campaign staffing, scheduling and material needs such as the coordination of training schedules and materials, sponsorship requests and tracking, and assisting HR with the recruitment process.

    Experience / Position Requirements:
    • Undergraduate degree or 5 years’ clerical support experience in a fast-paced environment.
    • Excellent communication skills, both oral and written, to include listening carefully and interpreting what is being asked/said by callers and visitors.
    • Demonstrated organizational and time management skills/abilities (i.e., having to establish, manage and meet deadlines)
    • Advanced skills in Microsoft Office, i.e., Outlook, Word, Excel and Power Point.
    • Database management and input
    • Must be able to solve problems quickly and effectively.

    ​To apply contact Terri Harris at terrih@uwnefl.org.

    Development Manager - United Way of Northeast Florida

    Date Posted: 8/8/2018

    Purpose of Position: The Development Manager is an externally focused member of the Resource Development team. This position is designed to achieve annual revenue and engagement goals by managing a portfolio of approximately 40 high-level company accounts. This position will also seize opportunities to partner with companies and engage workforce employees in United Way’s work year-round in order to create and maintain strategic and lasting partnerships.

    Key Responsibilities and Essential Functions:
    Account Management:
    • Work with the Head of Marketing, Communications & Campaign to set and execute long-term cross-functional strategic plans for select corporate partners, using data analysis to drive metrics and best practices. Plans to include benchmark milestones on financial results, relationship development, year-long engagement and donor stewardship.
    • Serve as the primary United Way staff partner to a portfolio of approximately 40 companies. Collaboratively plan and execute their annual workplace campaigns to achieve revenue goals. Create and execute targeted plans for key accounts.
    • Focus on identifying, cultivating, soliciting and stewarding current and prospective corporate and individual donors. 

    Volunteer and Individual Relationship Management:
    • Achieve relationship management performance goals by conducting donor engagement visits throughout the year.
    • Capture, enter and maintain relevant stakeholder information in database. Effectively embrace and utilize the CRM technology solution to manage relationships.
    • Staff Campaign volunteers, providing direction, communication and materials throughout the campaign to ensure their success.
     
    Experience / Position Requirements:
    • B.S.B.A. degree preferred. Business, Marketing or Non-Profit Management or related field also preferred.
    • A minimum of two years of professional experience in fundraising, sales or project management preferred.
    • Excellent written, verbal and interpersonal communication skills.
    • Delivers effective individual and group presentations which are powerful and impactful to drive support of United Way of Northeast Florida.

    ​To apply contact Terri Harris at terrih@uwnefl.org.

    Director of Corporate Engagement - United Way of Northeast Florida

    Date Posted: 8/8/2018

    Purpose of Position: The Director position leads an externally focused team in successfully achieving annual revenue and engagement goals, primarily through the workplace channel, in support of United Way’s community impact goals. The Director will also create and maintain strategic and lasting partnerships with individuals, volunteers and corporations in a way that adds value to United Way, as well as the individual.

    Key Responsibilities and Essential Functions:
    Strategy and Team Management:
    • Evaluate research and campaign performance data to identify potential growth opportunities and areas of concern. Work with senior resource development team to design and implement short- and long-term strategies to capitalize on opportunities for increased revenue growth and to minimize risks. Integrate resource development-wide strategies into team work plans. Assume lead role in managing select strategies and stewardship segments. Measure and evaluate results to report on progress.

    Volunteer and Individual Relationship Management:
    • Lead the workplace campaign team to recruit and staff the Resource Development Council providing direction throughout the campaign to ensure their success. Develop content, materials and communications for Resource Development meetings and lead tracking of key volunteer goals.
    • Serve as council to Resource Development Council members in developing, promoting and recommending best practices in company campaigns and consulting on innovative strategies and best practices.

    Experience / Position Requirements:
    • B.S. degree required. Business, Marketing or related field preferred.
    • At least six years of non-profit experience in fundraising and donor portfolio management preferred; supervisory experience required.
    • United Way workplace campaign experience highly desired.
    • Ability to lead and motivate teams, inspire others with a compelling vision, gain commitment from others to achieve desired results and establish appropriate performance standards for others.

    ​To apply contact Terri Harris at terrih@uwnefl.org.

    Development Associate, Stewardship - Jacksonville Symphony

    Date Posted: 8/6/2018

    Position Title: Development Associate - Stewardship

    Status: Full-Time, Exempt

    Reports To: Vice President of Advancement


    Position Summary:

    The Development Program Associate - Stewardship enables the Jacksonville Symphony to strengthen relationships with its current stakeholders through gift entry and acknowledgment, follow-up communications, benefits fulfillment and stewardship projects.  One of two development Tessitura power-users responsible for data integrity and advancement, s/he plays a significant role in both the Tessitura User Group and the Board Stewardship Committee.

    A successful candidate will be meticulous in his/her attention to detail and accuracy, have a gracious and patient communication style and thrive in a fast-paced environment. This role works closely with the Vice President of Advancement to provide gift entry, stewardship and database support to a team of four giving officers, and in tandem with the Development Associate – Prospect Management on database maintenance and development.


    Responsibilities:

    Gift Administration (30%)

    • Ensure all donor gifts are entered in Tessitura accurately and promptly upon receipt, paying attention to details and noticing noteworthy patterns.
    • Coordinate acknowledgments for Membership (<$2,500) and special giving campaigns within 48 hours of receipt.
    • Generate campaign update and analytics reports on a regular basis, and train colleagues as needed in accessing basic business intelligence inquiries.

    Communications and Benefits Fulfillment (40%)

    • Work with the Director of the Individual Giving to develop and execute an annual stewardship calendar and benefits delivery plan.
    • Assist giving officers with the preparation of stewardship materials by maintaining a portfolio of templates and collateral that can be quickly retrieved and modified.
    • Prepare donor listings for the Encore program book on a timely basis
    • Fulfill donor benefits at the time of acknowledgment by building lists for benefits delivery, and providing support for all other benefit delivery activities in coordination with the appropriate giving officer.
    • Work with the Board Stewardship Committee and appropriate staff to generate leads and call sheets for thank you note-writing and calling campaigns.
    • Manage invitation lists and reservations for donor stewardship events.
    • Provide internal reports that demonstrate effectiveness of donor benefits.
    • Assist the Vice President of Advancement in the creation and delivery of Vision 2020 Campaign stewardship and recognition projects.

    Development Operations (20%)

    • Participate in the Tessitura User Group to ensure best use of the company’s CRM, with a special focus on Contributions and Campaigns modules.
    • Utilize Tessitura to operate ongoing automatic and manual processes including pledge billing, donor information updates, tax receipts, and NCOA updates.
    • In collaboration with the Development Associate - Prospect Management, ensure Tessitura is put to best use with maintenance procedures and enhancement projects.
    • Assist the Vice President of Advancement with tracking and reconciling the department revenue and income budget with the finance team.

    Special project support (10%)

    • Complete special projects that help to strengthen the Symphony’s relationships with its donors.

    Qualifications:

    • Experience with Tessitura is preferred, but an experience using any customer database is required.
    • Must have a positive attitude, be able to work as part of a high-functioning team, possess an interest in advancing performing arts in the community.
    • Bachelor’s Degree in a related field
    • Diplomacy in handling sensitive and confidential information
    • Strong computer skills with proven proficiency in MS Office including Word and Excel
    • Professional demeanor and excellent communication skills, both written and oral. Must be fluent in English.
    • Physically able to lift 35 lbs, unassisted.

     

    About the Jacksonville Symphony:

    The Jacksonville Symphony is a cultural leader of a vibrant and growing Northeast Florida. With an annual operating budget of $10.5 million, the Symphony performs more than 100 main stage concerts each season, as well as another 100 education and community engagement performances to serve more than 250,000 people throughout the First Coast per year.

    Since 2015, the organization has been under the dynamic leadership of President and CEO Robert Massey, who has led a period of rapid growth that has included artistic enhancements, deepened community impact, and financial success. The Symphony performs under the artistic leadership of Music Director Courtney Lewis, who has transformed the orchestra into one of the premier ensembles in the southeastern United States.


    Compensation and Application:

    Salary is commensurate with experience. The Jacksonville Symphony offers a competitive benefits package, which includes medical, disability, life insurance, 403b retirement plan, 50% parking premium, and Paid Time Off starting at 15 days/annually.

    To apply, please send a cover letter, salary requirements, resume and references to Sally Pettegrew, Vice President of Administration, at pettegrew@jaxsymphony.org. Candidates selected for further consideration will be contacted. Position will be open until filled. No phone calls please.

    ​​

    Development Associate, Prospect Management - Jacksonville Symphony

    Date Posted: 8/6/2018

    Position Title: Development Associate - Prospect Management

    Status: Full-Time, Exempt

    Reports To: Vice President of Advancement

    Position Summary:
    The Development Program Associate - Prospect Management fuels the Jacksonville Symphony’s fundraising prospect pipeline by providing development segment management, prospect research and moves management support. One of two development Tessitura power-users responsible for data integrity and advancement, s/he holds a leadership role in both the Tessitura User and the Prospect Management working groups.A successful candidate for this role will be curious, flexible and well organized, with an ability to learn quickly and concisely share the information most relevant to a donor solicitation strategy. This role works closely with the Vice President of Advancement to provide support to a team of four giving officers, and in tandem with the Development Associate for Stewardship on database maintenance and development.


    Responsibilities:

    Prospect Pipeline Development (50%)

    • Use wealth screening, data mining and research tools to identify prospective donors, providing giving officers with new leads as needed.
    • Ensure every prospect has a Tessitura account and plan that is being managed and up to date, training teammates when necessary in proper plans procedures.
    • Prepare prospect research and visit preparation reports and projects in strict adherence to ethical standards for donor information.
    • Play a critical role in the Prospect Management Group and Vision 2020 Campaign meetings by providing advance communication, portfolio status updates, research profiles when necessary, taking notes and updating Tessitura with action items.
    • Build private event invitation lists, provide attendee reports in advance of events, and facilitate appropriate follow-up afterward.
    • Create analytical reports that provide insight to the depth of development portfolios.

    Lead Management (20%)

    • Proactively work with the Marketing and Communications Manager to ensure that patrons at all points of the customer cycle are being contacted for maximum long-term potential.
    • Create lists and promotions for direct mail, telefunding, e-mail and all other broad base Conductor’s Club, Membership and Planned Giving campaign appeals.
    • Build and report on Tessitura Appeals and Sources in a structure that facilitates simple business intelligence reporting. Train colleagues on simple reports.

    Administrative Support (20%)

    • Participate in the Tessitura User Group to ensure best use of the company’s CRM, with a special focus on Plans and Research modules.
    • In collaboration with the Development Associate - Stewardship, ensure Tessitura is put to best use with maintenance procedures and enhancement projects.
    • Assist giving officers with the preparation of solicitation materials, maintaining a portfolio of templates and collateral that can be quickly retrieved and modified.
    • Provide basic administrative support for the Vice President of Advancement by managing calendars for her and the department, scheduling meetings with donors and internal constituents, and provide phone coverage when she is out of the office.

    Special project support (10%)

    • Complete special projects that help to improve the Symphony’s ability to develop and solicit its prospect pipeline.

     

    Qualifications:

    • 1-2 years of experience in fundraising, prospect research or a related field, or an Arts Administration master’s degree
    • Bachelor’s Degree in a related field
    • Must have a positive attitude, be able to work as part of a high-functioning team, possess an interest in advancing performing arts in the community
    • Diplomacy in handling sensitive and confidential information
    • Strong computer skills with proven proficiency in MS Office including Word and Excel
    • Professional demeanor and excellent communication skills, both written and oral. Must be fluent in English.
    • Occasional availability on nights and weekends preferred
    • Physically able to lift 35 lbs, unassisted.

    About the Jacksonville Symphony:

    The Jacksonville Symphony is a cultural leader of a vibrant and growing Northeast Florida. With an annual operating budget of $10.5 million, the Symphony performs more than 100 main stage concerts each season, as well as another 100 education and community engagement performances to serve more than 250,000 people throughout the First Coast per year.

    Since 2015, the organization has been under the dynamic leadership of President and CEO Robert Massey, who has led a period of rapid growth that has included artistic enhancements, deepened community impact, and financial success. The Symphony performs under the artistic leadership of Music Director Courtney Lewis, who has transformed the orchestra into one of the premier ensembles in the southeastern United States.


    Compensation and Application:

    Salary is commensurate with experience. The Jacksonville Symphony offers a competitive benefits package, which includes medical, disability, life insurance, 403b retirement plan, 50% parking premium, and Paid Time Off starting at 15 days/annually.

    To apply, please send a cover letter, salary requirements, resume and references to Sally Pettegrew, Vice President of Administration, at spettegrew@jaxsymphony.org. Candidates selected for further consideration will be contacted. Position will be open until filled. No phone calls please.

    ​​

    Vice President of Advancement - Jacksonville Symphony

    Date Posted: 8/1/2018

    Position Title: Vice President of Advancement

    Status: Full-Time, Exempt

    Reports To: President and Chief Executive Officer

    Supervises: Director of Major and Planned Giving; Annual Fund Director; Director of Grants and Research; Director of Corporate Relations;

    Development Associate(s)

    Position Summary:

    The Vice President of Advancement is responsible for researching, identifying, developing, leading, reporting and analyzing Jacksonville Symphony initiatives that drive the patron growth pipeline, with an emphasis on generating philanthropic support necessary to realize its annual operating and Vision 2020 campaign objectives.
    This position oversees a Development department of seven (7) and is responsible for all of the organization’s fundraising initiatives, as well as donor and rospective donor account management, database integrity, and analytics surrounding key performance indicators. Reporting directly to the President and CEO, this position serves as an integral member of the senior staff, contributing to the creation and implementation of strategies required for institutional success.


    Responsibilities:

    - Oversee the Development department, including individual, institutional, planned giving and special event programs; supervise the Development staff by setting clear expectations and SMART objectives, motivating the team, assisting with their professional development and maintaining the highest level of professionalism and morale
    - Prepare and monitor departmental revenue and expense budgets; provide accurate reporting, analysis and integration of fundraising data to the President and CEO weekly and Board of Directors monthly
    - Lead the Tessitura User Group and establish and direct the Symphony’s policies and protocols of Tessitura, ensuring that the institution is achieving the most of this resource; oversee the maintenance and integrity of patron, donor and prospect records
    - Lead the development of a robust patron pipeline by driving patron loyalty analysis and strategies, in coordination with Vice President of Marketing and marketing team.
    - Provide leadership of the Symphony’s Vision 2020 capital campaign; work closely with campaign volunteers, outside consultants and the President and CEO; oversee the publication and distribution of Campaign material
    - Personally cultivate and solicit major gifts for annual fund, planned giving, special event, capital and endowment programs; maintain a personal portfolio of no less than 75 donors and prospects
    - Proactively staff the President and CEO to drive fundraising activity and personal engagement with the Symphony’s top prospects; work with the President and CEO and the Board of Directors to develop and implement long and short-term strategies for fundraising; staff the Board Development committee and participate in Board of Director meetings
    Develop, cultivate and enhance the Symphony’s relationships in the community, including the Symphony’s auxiliary groups: BRASS, Guild and ARIAS.
    - Other duties as requested or assigned

    Qualifications:
    - Bachelor’s degree with a minimum of seven years experience in a fundraising position with a proven track record of managing a team able to solicit and close major gifts
    - Experience managing a capital campaign, annual fund and planned giving program
    - Personal experience soliciting and closing major gifts
    - Experience with CRM database oversight, with a thorough knowledge of Tessitura preferred
    - Superior written and verbal communication skills, including active listening
    - Highly self-motivated, metrics driven and goal oriented
    - Experience working with boards and high-level volunteers
    - Experience and ability to manage fundraising activities of superiors
    - Must have a positive attitude, be able to work as part of a high-functioning team, possess a passion for the performing arts, as well as a strong desire to bring them to audiences

    About the Jacksonville Symphony:

    The Jacksonville Symphony is a cultural leader of a vibrant and growing Northeast Florida. With an annual operating budget of $10.5 million, the Symphony performs more than 100 main stage concerts each season, as well as another 100 education and community engagement performances to serve more than 250,000 people throughout the First Coast per year.

    Since 2015, the organization has been under the dynamic leadership of President and CEO Robert Massey, who has led a period of rapid growth that has included artistic enhancements, deepened community impact, and financial success. The Symphony performs under the artistic leadership of Music Director Courtney Lewis, who has transformed the orchestra into one of the premier ensembles in the southeastern United States.

    Compensation and Application:

    Salary is commensurate with experience. The Jacksonville Symphony offers a competitive benefits package, which includes medical, disability, life insurance, 403b retirement plan, 50% parking premium, and Paid Time Off starting at 15 days/annually.

    To apply, please send a cover letter, salary requirements, resume and references to Sally Pettegrew, Vice President of Administration, at pettegrew@jaxsymphony.org. Candidates selected for further consideration will be contacted. Position will be open until filled. No phone calls please.

    Director of Development and Marketing - San Jose Episcopal Day School

    ​Job Posting Date: 7/17/2018

    Responsible for development activities which include securing financial resources through appeals and grants, managing and executing fundraising activities, and planning strategic special events. Organizes and manages volunteers for these efforts. Oversees building and managing the organization’s brand and all aspects of marketing and communications, both external and internal, including public relations. Responsible for implementing an annual marketing communications plan. Reports to the Head of School, works closely with the Board of Trustees and management of the organization. San Jose Episcopal Day School is an EOE/ADA employer.

    Submit resume and cover letter to Emily Stovall at estovall@sjeds.org or mail to 7423 San Jose Boulevard, Jacksonville, FL 32217. Salary Range: $52,500 to $57,500 Job Description http://sjeds.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/07/Director-of-Development-and-Marketing.pdf

    Senior Development Officer - Episcopal Children's Services

    Job Post Date: 7/18/2018

    GENERAL DESCRIPTION: The Senior Development Director is responsible for planning, organizing, and directing the agency’s fundraising including, the major gifts program, annual fund, planned giving, Non-Federal Match (NFM) goals, special events and capital campaigns.  The Senior Development Officer works closely with the CEO, Senior Leadership Team and the Board of Directors in all development and fund raising endeavors.

    MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES:

    1. Oversee planning and implementation of fundraising activities and special events, including the annual appeal, online giving, planned giving program, and other campaigns.
    2. Assist in securing Non-Federal Match (NFM) per contractual requirements.
    3. Grow a major gifts program including identification, cultivation and solicitation of major donors.
    4. Meet prospective donors and supporters on a continual basis to establish effective communications with them.
    5. Oversee fundraising database and tracking systems.
    6. Provide supervision and oversight to the Grants & Development Department to ensure strategic goals are achieved. Guides, researches and aids in the development of grant writing and funding proposals – including research, proposal writing, and reporting requirements.
    7. Assist any outside PR/Fundraising contractor with administrative duties as needed.
    8. Evaluate other methods of income development or awareness for the organization.
    9. “Tell the ECS story” to the public and other stakeholders through a variety of media, by working with ECS children, families, and staff.
    10. Oversee creation of publications to support fund raising activities.
    11. Maintain brand control regarding use of ECS logo, tagline, and message within all outgoing communications: print, Internet, etc.

    (These essential job functions are not to be construed as a complete statement of duties performed. Employees will be required to perform other related marginal duties as required.)


    ORGANIZATIONAL RELATIONSHIP:

    • This position reports to the Chief Executive Officer.


    EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

    • Bachelor’s degree with 7-10 years of professional fundraising experience in a not-for-profit environment


    SKILLS, KNOWLEDGE AND ABILITIES:

    • Excellent interpersonal and collaboration skills with ability to work effectively both independently and as part of a team
    • Ability to establish effective working relationships with staff, volunteers, donors, Board members, community leaders, etc.
    • Ability to multi-task, prioritize and work in fast-paced, team environment
    • Outstanding business professional level communication skills (verbal and written)
    • Proficient use of Microsoft Office applications [Word, Excel, PowerPoint], database and Internet
    • Ability to maintain confidential information
    • Be a “self-starter” and goal driven to initiate donor visits and fundraising calls.

    LICENSES, CERTIFICATION OR REGISTRATIONS:

    • Membership in a professional fundraising association preferred

    ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS:

    • Works in an office setting
    • Some out of town travel, including nights and weekends possible

    ESSENTIAL PHYSICAL SKILLS:

    • Acceptable eyesight (with or without correction)
    • Acceptable hearing (with or without correction)
    • Ability to communicate both orally and in writing

    (Reasonable accommodations will be made for otherwise qualified individuals with a disability)


    Instructions:

              https://www.appone.com/MainInfoReq.asp?R_ID=2067447

    Development Coordinator - Episcopal Children's Services

    Job Post Date: 7/13/2018

    GENERAL DESCRIPTION: The Development Coordinator performs support and administrative duties for the Development Department related to fundraising, marketing, and public relations. Works closely with the Senior Development Officer on strategic planning to increase the capacity of a growing non-profit organization. Will be involved with stewardship activities including meeting and event arrangements, preparing reports and financial data and social media marketing for the agency. Will assist with donor research and tracking, maintaining the donor database. Requires strong computer and internet research skills, flexibility, excellent interpersonal skills, project coordination experience, and the ability to work well with all levels of internal management and staff, as well as outside donors, vendors and the Board of Trustees. Sensitivity to confidential matters is required.

    MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES: Assist with the organization, coordination and implementation of special events including all fundraising, development, stewardship and public awareness events. Maintain donor database, updating all information in a timely and consistent manner. Maintain and create reports as needed from the donor database. Work with the Senior Development Officer to plan and implement social media and email marketing strategy to increase visibility of the agency and actionable engagement. Promote organization through targeted outreach and professional networking. Responsible for acknowledgement of all gifts. Maintain development vendor contracts in locked file cabinet as well as electronically. Assist any outside PR/development/fundraising contractor with administrative duties as needed. Prepares correspondence, reports and emails as necessary. Coordinates meetings, Web-Ex and conference calls. Prepares agenda, takes minutes, maintains distribution lists, and disseminates materials for development committees. Schedule, order food, set-ups, utensils for all development related committee meetings as requested. Makes high-level contacts of a sensitive nature to outside donors and vendors. Coordinates travel and/or lodging arrangements. Completes expense reports, purchase authorizations, and associated correspondence. Assists in developing PowerPoint materials used in development presentations. Completes purchase orders & travel reports for the Senior Development Officer. (These essential job functions are not to be construed as a complete statement of duties performed. Employees will be required to perform other related marginal duties as required.)

    ORGANIZATIONAL RELATIONSHIP: This position reports to the Senior Development Officer. EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE: Bachelor’s degree in related field with 3+ years of related experience highly preferred (A comparable amount of training, or education or experience can be substituted for minimum qualifications.) SKILLS, KNOWLEDGE AND ABILITIES: Must possess excellent communication skills, both verbal and written, along with excellent attention to detail and follow-through Must exemplify a high level of professionalism, a positive attitude, and the knowledge and ability to keep information confidential Instrumental in developing trust and building a courteous, respectful and harmonious team environment with other staff members, Board members, vendors, and donors Strong ability in planning and organization Strong ability to adapt to changing demands and priorities and meet deadlines Knowledge of administrative and clerical procedures and systems Knowledge of Microsoft Office products, including excellent knowledge in the use of Excel Ability to plan and manage workflow on multiple projects simultaneously, and work with limited supervision Ability to track, monitor, synthesize and analyze data

    LICENSES, CERTIFICATION OR REGISTRATIONS: Valid driver’s license ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS: Works inside in an office environment Some travel required

    ESSENTIAL PHYSICAL SKILLS: Acceptable eyesight (with or without correction) Acceptable hearing (with or without correction) Ability to communicate both orally and in writing Ability to lift up to 50 lbs.

    Instructions:

               https://www.appone.com/MainInfoReq.asp?R_ID=2057003