Position Status: Exempt, Full-Time, Occasional evening/weekends required
Location: Communities In Schools of Peninsula
Reports to: Executive Director
Benefits: Medical, Vacation, Sick Days, Holidays
Pay Range: Commensurate with relevant experience
Communities In Schools of Peninsula (CISP) is part of the nation’s leading dropout prevention organization, Communities In Schools. CISP has been rapidly growing to meet the ever-increasing needs of the kids we serve, and we need to increase our funding base. The CISP Development Director is responsible for planning, identifying, cultivating, soliciting, and nurturing relationships which provide financial support for the organization, focusing on annual giving, special events and corporate and foundation relationships. The CISP Development Director is also responsible for meeting annual revenue goals by maintaining and growing existing revenue while creating new sources by developing prospects and stewarding individual, corporate, foundation and other supporters.
Grow financial support for CISP through the development and implementation of a comprehensive fund development plan in alignment with the strategic plan, focusing the talents of the CISP Board of Directors through coaching and mentoring.
Implement, coordinate and manage an annual individual giving program to ensure resources for the agency’s ongoing programs and services, and develop/execute customized cultivation plans for donors as appropriate.
Conduct resource development support activities including grant writing, donor data management, and major event support. Manage grant processes to include research, tracking timelines, writing proposals, and submitting funder reports.
Develop, maintain and deepen corporate and foundation relationships, and coordinate corporate sponsorship of events. Manage regular updates of constituent and prospect information and update CISP Executive Director as requested.
Develop, implement and oversee planned giving strategies.
Lead and support the activities of the CISP Resource Development Committee and exhibit a culture of philanthropy which provides the highest level of respect and stewardship for our supporters. Create and maintain meaningful reports for the Board and Resource Development Committee.
Develop fundraising campaigns and all supporting documents and materials.
Thank individual donors who give $200 or more by telephone within 48 hours, and send a thank you letter. Thank grantors via a thank you letter within seven days of gift, and complete all necessary contracts or MOU’s as needed within seven days.
Provide fundraising training, collateral, and support to Board of Directors and staff as needed.
Other duties as assigned.
To apply for this position, please email a cover letter with resume clearly detailing work experience, qualifications and current salary by close of business on November 14, 2019to Colleen Speer at email@example.com. Please do not call unless you make an appointment via email.
As an equal opportunity employer, CISP embraces diversity and does not discriminate in employment on the basis of age, race, creed, gender, religion, marital status, veteran’s status, national origin, disability, or sexual orientation. CISP’s dedication to advancing diversity, multiculturalism, and inclusion is clearly reflected across our agency.
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