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Development Associate (The ETV Endowment of South Carolina)

Development Associate

Position Title:  Development Associate (Full-Time)

Organization:    The ETV Endowment of South Carolina

 

Overview:

Founded in 1977, the ETV Endowment of South Carolina is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, which exists solely to support the programming schedules of South Carolina ETV and South Carolina Public Radio, South Carolina's unique media voices in education and public broadcasting. 

 

Summary of Position:

The Development Associate is a full-time position reporting to the Director of Development.  This position will work closely with the Director of Development and other team members to implement strategies for donor cultivation, solicitation and stewardship.  The Development Associate will be responsible for conducting research within our database and nurturing relationships with existing and prospective donors.

 

The Development Associate will provide support to the Endowment office and participate in all regional fundraising activities, including screenings, special events and donor/public relations.  The Development Associate will represent the Endowment and protect the reputation and integrity of the Endowment by adhering to the Association of Fundraising Professionals Code of Conduct.

 

This position is located in Spartanburg but requires travel around the state, as needed. 

 

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree
  • 1-3 years professional experience in a development position
  • Professional attitude and appearance
  • Exceptional written and oral communication skills
  • Organized, able to handle details while pursuing overall goals and able to adapt quickly to a new organization
  • Ability to cultivate and nurture relationships and maintain a high level of productivity for donor contact and personal visits
  • Proficiency with Microsoft Office applications and Raiser’s Edge
  • Ability to multi-task, meet deadlines and function as part of a team

 

If you meet the stated qualifications, we welcome you to apply.  Submit a cover letter, resume and references to the attention of Julie Lonon at the ETV Endowment of SC, 401 East Kennedy Street, Suite B-1, Spartanburg, SC 29302 or at jlonon@etvendowment.org.  EEOE.  Salary is commensurate with experience, and the ETV Endowment offers a comprehensive benefits package.  Candidates must consent to a drug screen and credit, driving record and criminal background checks.

Major Gifts Officer (Brevard Music Center)


MAJOR GIFTS OFFICER

Brevard Music Center, Festival and Summer Institute seeks applicants for the position of Major Gifts Officer.

 

Situated on a lovely wooded 180-acre campus in western North Carolina, Brevard Music Center stands as one of this country's premier summer training programs and festivals. Each summer 500 gifted students attend to study with distinguished faculty and renowned artists. They participate in a rigorous program including orchestral ensembles, private lessons, chamber music, and opera.

We seek experienced, proven fundraiser with the ability to identify, cultivate, and steward individuals capable of making annual gifts of  between $2,500 to $25,000, and capital gifts of $25,000 and more, either as outright gifts or multi-year commitments. Larger gifts will be team driven, and will include input and strategy from this position, the Development Director, the President, and other members of the Music Center’s full-time, as appropriate.

Current annual budget is approximately $6.0 MM; Development annual revenue is approximately $2.0 MM, and the endowment is roughly $27 MM. The Brevard Music Center has been “in the black” for over 35 years.

For full posting see: http://genovesevanderhoof.com/opportunities/major-gift-officer/

Submit cover letter, resume, references and salary requirements by July 27, 2018 to Margaret Genovese, Genovese, Vanderhoof & Associates, gvasearch@gmail.com

For additional information: www.Brevardmusic.org

Office Assistant (ETV Endowment)

OFFICE ASSISTANT

ETV Endowment of South Carolina, Inc.

 Overview:

Founded in 1977, the ETV Endowment of South Carolina is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, which exists solely to support the programming schedules of South Carolina ETV and South Carolina Public Radio, South Carolina's unique media voices in education and public broadcasting.

 

SUMMARY OF POSITION:

The Office Assistant is a part-time employee, working Monday-Friday primarily during the hours of 10:00 AM and 2:30 PM, and serves as the first point of contact for our organization. The Office Assistant will provide administrative and clerical support across the organization and will be responsible for answering all incoming phone calls, managing general membership email account, processing incoming and outgoing mail, managing office supplies inventory and making bank deposits.

 

A successful Office Assistant must have excellent telephone skills to assist with donor concerns in a timely and effective manner. Multitasking skills are essential for this position.

 

This position is located in Spartanburg, SC.

 

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Proven work experience as an Office Assistant, Receptionist, Front Office Representative or similar role
  • Previous experience in member or customer service
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Ability to multitask
  • Professional attitude and appearance
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite (Outlook, Word, Excel)
  • Hands-on experience with office equipment (e.g. copiers and printers)
  • Ability to be resourceful and proactive when issues arise
  • Excellent organizational skills
  • High school diploma; additional certifications a plus

 

If you meet the stated qualifications, we welcome you to apply. Submit a cover letter, resume and references to the attention of Amy Raffo at the ETV Endowment of SC, 401 East Kennedy Street, Suite B-1, Spartanburg, SC 29302 or at araffo@etvendowment.org. Equal Employment Opportunity Employer. Wage is commensurate with experience. Candidates must consent to a drug screen and credit, driving record and criminal background checks.

Development Specialist (YMCA)

DEVELOPMENT SPECIALIST

Overview

The YMCA of Greenville is seeking a cause-driven leader who desires to make a major impact in the community to join our team as a Development Specialist. Don’t miss this unique opportunity to help advance the mission of the YMCA in a committed and supportive community!

The YMCA of Greenville is a dynamic and rapidly growing association that seeks to strengthen the community through youth development, healthy living and social responsibility. The Development Specialist provides leadership to their respective branch in developing and implementing the YMCA of Greenville’s philanthropic plan, and raising funds to positively impact our programs and communities. The Development Specialist works directly with Branch Executive Directors and Membership leadership in building branch and departmental staff support of member, community, and corporate donation cultivation while exemplifying a spirit of unified mission, gratitude, and responsible stewardship.   

Greenville, S.C. is 45 minutes from the Blue Ridge Mountains and three hours from the Carolina beaches and Charleston. The YMCA of Greenville encompasses eight strategically located branches, with our Metro Office situated near Greenville’s vibrant downtown, which has been ranked among “America’s Ten Best” by Forbes Magazine.

Responsibilities

  • Develop and implement the Annual Campaign plan for the Branch according to directives from the Director of Annual Giving; communicate plan and action steps to branch leaders and departmental staff
  • Guide branch staff and volunteers in donor solicitation and other roles as required for successful fundraising efforts; coordinate campaign communication efforts to ensure consistent messaging from all branches.
  • Assist branch Membership leadership to engage members; move individual, family, and corporate members from casual to committed, transitioning them from volunteers to donors.
  • Partner with branch Membership leaders with family and corporate membership recruitment as part of a “Membership-Development Sales Team.”
  • Use Moves Management and other data systems to record donor, volunteer, and financial data in a timely manner
  • Responsible for
  • making a minimum of 10 donor solicitations each month
  • making a minimum of 30 intentional contacts monthly that move the prospect solicitation forward in a purposeful way
  • making a minimum of 4 new contacts/discovery calls each month
  • Personally responsible for cultivating 10 major gift relationships of $5,000 each or more annually, respecting and following supervisor and branch leadership directives and policies as well as fellow development specialist previously established relationships
  • Responsible for own donor correspondence (letters, emails, thank you notes, annual giving statements, etc), handled with the utmost professionalism and in a timely manner.
  • Act as Event Coordinator for assigned branch Annual Campaign initiatives
  • Lead branch-specific grant research and writing according to supervisor and branch leadership directives and with necessary/appropriate approval
  • Assist with a minimum of 3 endowment visits with the Endowment Director each month
  • Assist Branch Executive with Advisory Board Governance and Recruitment
  • Will intentionally and continuously strive to promote an organizational culture that advances practices and policies which value diversity, strengthen inclusion, and build global community in the US and abroad.

Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s degree in a related field or equivalent experience 
  • Minimum five (5) years of demonstrated experience in fundraising, sales, and/or marketing
  • Must have demonstrated grants planning, research, and writing experience
  • Must possess demonstrated interpersonal and written communication skills
  • Must have advanced proficiency in MS Office suite
  • Demonstrated project coordination/management experience and ability to handle multiple projects simultaneously
  • Must have excellent organizational skills
  • Must possess a high-level of attention-to-detail
  • Demonstrated ability to manage time and stress
  • Must possess a high energy level and a positive attitude that represents the values and expectations of the YMCA
  • Must be familiar with and committed to the mission of the Y

 

BENEFICIAL SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE:

  • Ability to speak two or more languages preferred

Director of Corporate Development and Events (Warehouse Theatre)


DIRECTOR OF CORPORATE DEVELOPMENT AND EVENTS

Job Purpose:  The Director of Corporate Development and Events is responsible for the corporate-focused philanthropic efforts and all charitable events of The Warehouse Theatre.  The Director of Corporate Development and Events reports to the Managing Director and to the Board of Directors.

Job Duties:

  • Works with the Producing Artistic Director, Managing Director, Director of Development and the Board to develop and implement a long-range Development Plan for raising funds from corporations, corporate foundations, and through charitable-driven events.
  • In orchestration with Director of Development and the Board, contributes to the execution of the Annual Campaign.
  • Manages fundraising strategies and activities, developing potential funding sources including corporations, foundations, and other funding sources. Works with the Charitable Giving Committee of the Board of Directors and attends all Charitable Giving Committee meetings.
  • Produces and executes corporate sponsorship campaigns for the Theatre’s Main Stage productions and education programs.
  • Researches and identifies possible sources of income by fundraising activities, donor development, and corporate sponsorships.
  • Provides the Managing Director and the Board with up-to-date information on development-related activities.
  • Orchestrates Sponsor Parties for all Main Stage productions.
  • Works with the Events Committee to plan and execute the annual gala as well as other special funding-related events and attends all Events Committee meetings.
  • Attends Board Development Committee meetings and assists with Board selection and development as needed.
  • In conjunction with the Director of Development, maintains accurate donor recordkeeping and reporting system.
  • In conjunction with the Director of Development, recruits and manages interns and volunteers working in the development / marketing area of the theatre.
  • Ensures that donors are promptly thanked for their contributions and receive proper recognition.
  • Assists Director of Development with donor meetings or grant writing as needed.
  • Attends and participates in all required meetings of the Board.
  • Travel, when required, to represent the theatre in various capacities.
  • Actively promotes the Theatre in the community.
  • Such other duties as may be assigned.

How to Apply: Qualified candidates should submit a resume and cover letter for this position to Managing Director, Jason D. Johnson at jason@warehousetheatre.com.  The Warehouse Theatre is an equal opportunity employer.

Job Type: Full Time Position

Benefits:

Health Insurance (currently at no cost to employee).

Life Insurance (currently at no cost to employee).

Two Weeks of Annual Paid Vacation.

Additional 7 Paid Recognized Holidays.

Fund Development Director (Hispanic Alliance)

Fund Development Director

Hispanic Alliance | Alianza Hispana

www.HispanicAllianceSC.com

 

ABOUT US

We are a 501c3 nonprofit organization located in Greenville, SC, building collective capacity to engage the growing Hispanic population. Our mission is to foster collaboration and connectivity among people, resources, and cultures to build a thriving community. We convene the largest collaborative network of individuals and agencies working together to advance Hispanic communities in our region and coordinate community teams to address access gaps in four priority areas: Education, Health, Legal Services and Financial Stability. We envision a vibrant and inclusive community where everyone has access to opportunities for success and prosperity. We are a small but strong team of talented individuals who are passionate about our work and love people and collaboration. Our growing and diverse network of committed volunteers contributes to a welcoming and positive organizational culture and the best work environment.

 

POSITION DESCRIPTION

This is an exciting opportunity to join a vibrant and rapidly growing nonprofit organization and help further position its public image and ensure its sustainability. The Fund Development Director will design and implement a comprehensive sustainability strategy in collaboration with the organization’s leadership. This position will also develop key messaging geared towards diverse donor groups and stakeholders and collaborate with marketing to communicate a consistent message through appropriate channels. In a nutshell, this position will help us tell our story, and grow and strengthen our organization, by guiding and implementing philanthropic initiatives.

Job Relationships
External

  • Develops and cultivates positive relationships with community, donors, and stakeholders.

 

Internal

  • Reports to Executive Director and works closely with leadership team.
  • Collaborates with the Board’s External Affairs Committee, which oversees and supports the implementation of the development, marketing, and communications strategy.

 

FUND DEVELOPMENT STRATEGY AND EXECUTION

  • Collaborate with leadership team to develop the organization’s fund development strategy.
  • Create and implement an annual and multi-year fund development plan to achieve fundraising goals.
  • Develop and achieve fundraising objectives, assess results, and develop corrective strategies as needed.
  • Manage support team, including training, professional development, and overseeing the execution of day-to-day work.
  • Create, in collaboration with marketing, all organizational materials for annual campaign, major donors, including solicitation letters, brochures, quarterly newsletters, etc.
    • Create reports and updates for External Affairs Board Committee.
  • Manage all development efforts including grants, corporate sponsorships, individual donor, and major gifts strategy.
  • Manage database of Hispanic Alliance contacts: donors, volunteers, corporate partners, and other constituencies.
  • Ensure that donors' records are up-to-date and accurate in organization’s CRM.
  • Ensure effective communication with donors and manage all donor cultivation activities including acknowledgment letters and appreciation events.

 

INDIVIDUAL AND MAJOR DONORS

  • Meet prospective donors and supporters on a regular basis to establish strong relationships.
  • Maintain effective communications with all donors.
  • Grow individual donor base.
  • Design, implement, and manage a major gifts program including identification, cultivation and solicitation of major donors.
  • Have a positive, "donor focused" mentality and build lasting relationships with key constituents.
  • Travel frequently, often on short-notice, and work flexible hours and weekends, as needed.

 

CORPORATE PARTNERSHIPS

  • Create sponsorship and partnership proposals for corporate partners and update to reflect current programs, initiatives, and offerings.
  • Create and deliver presentations and reports for corporate partners and funders.
  • Work closely with program staff to ensure that programmatic commitments are met to comply with donor intent.

 

ESSENTIAL QUALIFICATIONS/SKILLS

  • Bachelor’s Degree required
  • 3-5 years of nonprofit fundraising experience.
  • Proven record generating new business and establishing long-term support to the mission of the organization.
    • Excellent written and verbal communication skills, copy editing abilities, computer skills, and phone etiquette.
    • Experience developing processes and procedures.
    • Creativity, orientation to detail, and demonstrated ability to launch new ideas and initiatives.
      • Proficiency in eTapestry, Blackbaud or other CRM platforms highly desirable.
      • Ability and desire to work collaboratively with diverse groups and demonstrated commitment to social change work.
      • Spanish proficiency desired.
  • Ability to multi-task and manage competing priorities, and anticipate challenges and proactively seek and propose solutions.
  • Ability to build rapport and credibility with high-profile individuals.

 

HOURS

This is a full-time, exempt position, which requires flexible hours.

 

COMPENSATION/BENEFITS

$50,000 - $60,000 annually depending on experience + bonus based on achievement of goals

 

TO APPLY

E-mail a resume and cover letter to Adela Mendoza at Adela@HispanicAllianceSC.com

Office of Philanthropy and Partnership (GHS)

OFFICE OF PHILANTHROPY AND PARTNERSHIP

Greenville Health System

http://www.ghscareers.org/