The Manager of Development & Donor Relations is a dynamic and engaging professional responsible for expanding CLSMF’s fundraising and communication goals through collaboration, strategy, planning and execution. The individual in this key role will work closely with Staff at all levels as well as interacting with Board Members.
Responsible for the expansion of individual and corporate fundraising efforts, including social media, targeted web campaigns and major gift campaigns as well as planned giving opportunities, to attract new donors and enhance support from existing donors, the ideal candidate in this role performs collaborative work in development of strategic fundraising plans to significantly increase the portfolio of individual donors and institutional funders with a focus on building support across a diverse range of opportunities: from private foundations, legal professionals, corporate partners, to the broader audience of private and public stakeholders.
This role will guide and manage the expansion of a consistent individual donor solicitation process (from outreach to measurable outcomes) in a timely manner, while ensuring compliance, accountability and integrity.
Support and Manage team positions, including but not limited to the duties performed by a Supervisor of Communications, Marketing & Special Events, a Communications Representative, and/or any ad hoc or 1099 roles related to stewardship, fundraising, and communications
As a driven professional who understands and pursues front line relationship building, soliciting, developing long range and strategic plans for increasing institutional giving support and expanding CLSMF’s funding base. Strong candidates for this position will have a combination of development, marketing, and communications skills.
The CLSMF Manager of Development & Donor Relations is a FT position with the ability to work both scheduled and flexible work hours, including some evenings/weekends, based on business need throughout CLSMF’s 12-county service area.
BA/BS (related credentials desirable)
Successful candidate will have highly polished presentation and organizational skills and the ability to effectively and consistently engage a broad audience and donor constituency, including experience and expertise to conceptualize new and appropriate strategies and translate them into achievable plans
Must possess excellent project management skills and be computer literate (Microsoft Office 365, E Tapestry)
Valid Florida automobile license, use of own auto, and proof of insurance necessary.
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