DIRECT REPORT: COO
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS / RESPONSIBILITIES / DUTIES:
The Director, Campaign & Women’s Philanthropy is responsible for supporting the JFGP in the following capacity. Developing & implementing fundraising strategies to increase the annual campaign and financial resource development of the Federation. Plan, implement, and manage the Women’s Philanthropy program of the Federation.
Key Areas of Responsibility:
- Develop and maintain a comprehensive WP campaign plan to be implemented by the Director and the WP campaign leadership.
- Focus on new donors, as well as the growth of donors within the three WP Giving Societies; also the endowment program.
- Responsible directly for donor solicitations, as well as assignment of WP campaign leadership and volunteers.
- Develop and plan events, including campaign, education and outreach, to further the engagement of both current and prospective women donors.
- Work in partnership with the Special Events Manager, who is responsible for the logistical aspects of WP events.
- Work with special projects within WP, including the Jewish Women’s Renaissance Project.
- Staff the Women’s Philanthropy Board, including the management of board and committee meetings.
- Work closely with the WP Chair and Executive Committee in developing WP objectives.
- Recruit and train volunteer lay leaders.
- Cultivate, on an individual basis, women who have the potential to become donors to the Federation and also cultivate those with leadership potential for both WP and the Federation overall.
- Identify, educate, and motivate volunteers to actively participate in the WP Campaign and WP programming.
- Budget preparation and management for WP.
- Engage in community activities and serve as a leadership role model for women in the community.
- Maintain connections and relationships with National Women’s Philanthropy and the professional staff of JFNA.
- In conjunction with the Executive Director, develop and manage a comprehensive financial resource development plan for the Federation.
- Identify, cultivate and establish new donor relationships.
- Responsible for donor solicitations within giving ranges of $500-$4,999.
- Develop and implement strategy and solicitation for corporate sponsorships.
- Recruit, train, and manage volunteer workers on an ongoing basis; conduct campaign-wide trainings.
- Oversee assignment and follow-up process for volunteer workers, in conjunction with the team member whose responsibilities include Worker Concierge.
- Work in partnership with the Special Events Manager, who is responsible for the logistical aspects of Campaign events.
- Responsible for assignments within campaign events, major gifts initiatives, phone-athons and other campaign/FRD projects.
- Budget preparation and management for Campaign.
- Maintain connections and relationships with the professional staff of JFNA.
SCHEDULE: As needed and required by the position.
PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS / DEMANDS:
Standing, walking, repetitive motions, bending, stretching.
EDUCATION / SPECIALIZED TRAINING:
Bachelor’s Degree required (advanced degree a plus)
EXPERIENCE & SKILLS:
A minimum of 5 years of progressive experience in non-profit fundraising organization
or equivalent is preferred. Management skills and experience; knowledge of standard and innovative fundraising techniques. Excellent written, verbal, and presentation skills. Strong relationship and interpersonal skills. Knowledge, understanding, and commitment to the Jewish community a must. Prior experience working for a Jewish organization a plus.
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Qualifications: Bachelor’s Degree + Advanced Degree Preferred and 6-9 years of experience.