JOB ANNOUNCEMENT Community Engagement Associate
The Delaware Community Foundation seeks an energetic, resourceful and strategic professional to join our organization at this exciting time of transformation and growth. Reporting to the Vice President for Community Engagement, the selected candidate will work to increase the impact of resources invested in the community. This is a unique opportunity for a person who has a passion for service to the community, enjoys building and maintaining strong and authentic stakeholder relationships, and is excited to contribute creatively and strategically to the DCF’s vision of expanding opportunity for all Delawareans.
The ideal candidate will exhibit passion and drive, experience in the nonprofit sector in service to the community, exceptional project management skills, and a “can-do” mindset.
We offer an attractive compensation and benefits program.
To apply, please send cover letter, resume and work sample (see below) and compensation expectations to search@Delcf.org. Applications that do not include a work sample will not be considered.
Work Sample: We’ve found it helpful to review samples of candidates’ actual work, to get a sense of how people think and operate. Please share a work product that will help give us a sense of what we’d see if we could watch you at work. It might be a substantive memo or letter to your boss or a board member, a work plan for a project you managed, a funding proposal, or something along those lines. It should be related to the responsibilities and qualifications included in the Community Engagement role job description. We’ll keep anything that you share with us confidential, and please feel free to remove names or other details you’re not comfortable sharing.
To learn more about this position and DCF, please visit our website at delcf.org/career-opportunities/.
Deadline: November 30, 2018
The Delaware Community Foundation is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment based on race, religion, ethnicity, sex, marital status, age, national origin, sexual orientation, veteran status or disability.
YWCA Delaware is on a Mission to eliminate racism, empower women, stand up for social justice, help families and strengthen communities. Annually, nearly 6,700 people participate in our comprehensive programs. YWCA Delaware is a leading advocate for women by providing housing, violence prevention and sexual assault crisis services, financial empowerment, racial justice and youth programming. We empower women politically, financially and socially, while fostering the confidence and can-do attitude needed to eliminate barriers and overcome life's obstacles. We are a statewide organization headquartered in Wilmington, Delaware.
We are recruiting for a Development Officer who is responsible for the overall management and integrity of the Development database and managing/coordinating aspects of appeals, events, activities and marketing communications. Within the first year the Development Officer will play support expanding the use of the newly launched Salesforce database including building reports that support the annual cycle of fundraising activities. Other duties include developing reports that inform our cultivation process, manage introductory events for new donors, assist with attracting and retaining volunteers, and helping to plan and execute our major fundraising event. The Development Officer reports to the Chief Development Officer.
Critical skills for the Development Officer to possess include:
We offer a competitive salary and comprehensive benefits package. Qualified candidates should send a cover letter, resume and salary requirements to email@example.com.
To learn more about YWCA Delaware and view the full description, please visit our website at www.ywcade.org/employment.
YWCA Delaware is an equal opportunity employer. We are committed to inclusivity and encourage qualified candidates from all cultures and communities to apply.
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We are seeking a Grants Manager who will develop grant proposals and coordinate timely submission primarily for government funding opportunities, and provide post-award contract administration and oversight for compliance. The Manager will identify, research and secure new grant opportunities that align with the organization's strategic priorities. The Grants Manager is a member of the Fund Development Team and reports to the Chief Development Officer.
We need a professional with at least 3 years experience in grant writing and contract administration. Experience with government grants, particularly Federal, is preferred. Excellent writing and communication skills are required. Experience with Microsoft Office suite and CRM databases is required, Salesforce a plus. Experience with nonprofit accounting and budgeting is preferred. This position requires a high degree of organization, attention to detail and ability to work cooperatively with the Program and Finance teams.
Our worksite is located in the Community Service Building in Wilmington, Delaware. We offer a competitive salary, paid parking and comprehensive benefits package. Qualified candidates should send a cover letter, resume and salary requirements to firstname.lastname@example.org. To learn more about YWCA Delaware please visit our website at www.ywcade.org.
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Reports to the Executive Director
Location - Based in Newark, Delaware, with offices in Dover and Lewes
Posted On - November 5, 2018
Job Type - Full-Time
Category - Nonprofit Administration
Experience Level - 5-10 Years
Education Level - Master's Degree
For more information about Autism Delaware, go to www.autismdelaware.org
Delaware’s leading private, nonprofit agency serving the autism community statewide seeks a full-time Associate Executive Director to manage the business, regulatory, and financial affairs of the organization.
The Associate Executive Director is a senior-level position and directs the administrative work necessary to develop and implement agency services, programs and budgets; assures compliance with all audits of financial statements, pension plans, and federal mandates of the agency’s programs; oversees banking, accounting, and vendor relations; provides executive leadership to strategic fundraising development activities; fosters relationships with Autism Delaware’s many constituencies, including families, self-advocates, state agencies, and donors; directs communications and fundraising initiatives; maintains best practices in all areas of responsibility; and assists the executive director as required, assuming the responsibilities of that individual in his or her absence.
How to Apply: Send resume and cover letter to email@example.com.
Tech Impact is a nonprofit whose mission is to empower communities and nonprofits to use technology to better serve our world. We provide affordable technology services, support, and training to hundreds of nonprofits across the nation. We also prepare young adults for careers through our ITWorks and CXWorks workforce development programs. www.techimpact.org, www.itworks.org, www.cxworks.org
Position Overview: The Grant Administrator reports to the Development Director. Primary responsibilities are government grant writing and administration, outcomes tracking and reporting, and research, in support of our regional (Delaware and Pennsylvania) workforce development programs. The Grant Administrator will also provide support for other Development Team initiatives and projects as needed. This position is located primarily in our Wilmington, Delaware office, with regular travel to our headquarters and program site in Philadelphia, and some local or regional travel as needed to support our programs and events.
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The Biggs Museum of American Art is a dynamic regional art museum in Dover, Delaware founded in 1993 by collector Sewell C. Biggs. Celebrating its 25th Anniversary, the Biggs Museum is nationally recognized for its exceptional collections of American decorative arts of Delaware and the Delaware River valley, and for its collections of American art from 1700 to the present. In its first 25 years, the Biggs has tripled its operating budget, and doubled its exhibition space and programs. As it enters its second 25 years, the Director of Development will play a key role as a senior member of the administrative staff working closely with the Director and the Board to ensure the successful growth of the institution as it looks to the future.
The Director of Development for the Biggs Museum of American Art is responsible for planning, coordinating and implementing the fundraising activities of the Biggs Museum including, donor cultivation, major gifts, sponsorships, as well as overseeing planned gifts, annual fund, and special campaigns. The Director will also consult on grants and fundraising events.
Education and Experience
A Bachelor’s Degree in a related field coupled with 5 -7 years comprehensive experience in a non-profit development operation, preferably in a public museum or cultural institution in the Mid-Atlantic region. You will have a demonstrated track record of successful major gift generation and effective capital campaign management. Warm, professional interpersonal skills with the ability to work effectively with potential donors/sponsors, board members, and staff will be integral to your success.
The successful candidate must be a strategic thinker and strategist. They must be equally competent in the external relations aspect of the position and the internal management functions including accessing and employing job related computer software (i.e. Microsoft Office, Donor Perfect) at an effective proficiency level.
Duties and Responsibilities:
Congenial, fast paced office and museum environment.
Full time (35 hr. per week) exempt position, periodic evening and week-end events.
Salary and Benefits
Commensurate with experience and qualifications. Generous package of health, personal time off and retirement benefits.
Please send a resume and cover letter addressed to Executive Director, Charles Guerin and emailed via firstname.lastname@example.org
United Way of Delaware (UWDE) seeks a highly-motivated, enthusiastic, mission-focused, and results-oriented individual who wants to join the movement to advance the common good in Delaware as Executive Vice President, Finance and Operations. This person will be a vital member of the Executive Team ensuring compliance with legal, regulatory, programmatic, and contractual requirements through a broad system of internal controls while optimizing processing and functioning of the key aspects of Finance and Operations on behalf of the organization. This role models and supports effective, on-going cross-departmental partnerships that address the intersections of fundraising, board governance, strategic initiatives, community impact, marketing and communications, positioning UWDE to operate as a single, integrated business model. Overall responsibilities include:
The Executive Vice President, Finance and Operations must be a strategic thinker, a highly collaborative leader who understands the local community and the unique challenges and opportunities available and believes in the power of philanthropy, engagement and messaging to drive collective impact and build a stronger, more united Delaware. The successful candidate will have experience in financial operations, strategic planning, investments, data analytics, donor services, nonprofits, grants, public and private contract management, facilities management, human resource laws/systems and management of information technology operations. S/He must possess the ability to interact successfully with a diverse population of people including donors, nonprofit leaders, investment professionals, funders, contractors and regulators. Candidate must have a Bachelor’s degree (MBA and/or CPA preferred) with a minimum of 10 years general management and supervisory experience with demonstrated performance in fiscal management and organizational operations (specifically customer support and information technology). The Executive Vice President, Finance and Operations supports by offering general management counsel, and by working closely with the Board, investors/donors, agency, corporate, public and other community stakeholders including the community at large to advance the common good for all.
We offer a competitive salary and comprehensive benefits package.
United Way of Delaware is an equal opportunity employer.
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The Pew Center for Arts & Heritage (the Center) employs a staff of talented, motivated individuals with experience and interest in the not-for-profit and/or arts and culture sectors. We are currently seeking candidates for the open, full-time position of Marketing Communications Specialist.
The Pew Center for Arts & Heritage (the Center) is a multidisciplinary grantmaker and hub for knowledge-sharing, dedicated to fostering a vibrant cultural community in Greater Philadelphia. The Center invests in ambitious, imaginative, and catalytic work that showcases the region’s cultural vitality and enhances public life, and we engage in an ongoing exchange of ideas concerning artistic and interpretive practice with a broad network of cultural practitioners and leaders. The Center is funded by The Pew Charitable Trusts and administered by The University of the Arts. Info: pewcenterarts.org
The Marketing Communications Specialist plays a key role in the communications team’s strategic work, focused on telling the story and building awareness of the Center’s grant-making work, knowledge-sharing content, and its grant recipients and funded projects. Under the direction of the Chief Communications Officer (CCO) and in cooperation with the Communications Associate (CA) and other Center staff, you will strengthen the ways in which we reach constituents and other stakeholders with communications materials that reflect the Center’s branding, editorial, and outreach strategies. You will contribute to and coordinate the development of content—such as artist interviews, videos, written essays, digital and print publications, and Center news—and the promotion of the organization’s work across both online and offline channels. You will serve as a main point of initial contact and quality control manager for constituents and outside vendors around communications-related questions and initiatives.
The successful candidate will be a creative and skilled communicator with excellent writing and editorial skills, proven ability to work successfully within a team context, experience developing multimedia digital content, and knowledge of current marketing strategies and trends, as well as the not-for-profit and cultural fields.
Brand Management: Reporting to the CCO, oversee the maintenance of the Center’s principal communications outlets (website, email, social media) with technical and editorial support from the CA, and manage the development of new communications materials across both online and offline channels. As a key player in the marketing of the Center’s work, collaborate with the communications team to develop and implement marketing communications strategies that strengthen the Center’s positioning and raise our regional and national profile. Working to achieve substantive and stylistic unity in our internal and external messaging, continually maintain and enhance the Center’s image, ensuring that all print and digital communications and multimedia content, from both the Center and Center grantees, are aligned and consistent in both message and look. Assist in maintaining and updating materials including, but not limited to, Center style guide, boilerplate, logos/graphic identity, and crediting guidelines.
Content Creation & Management: Contribute creative ideas to the production of engaging and relevant content for the Center’s website, email communications, print materials, and special projects—making sure that such content is consistent with the Center’s established branding, editorial guidelines, and communications goals. Maintain and coordinate an active editorial calendar and serve as a “managing editor” for content development projects, working in collaboration with staff across departments as needed, conducting regular editorial meetings, and tracking progress through the team’s online project management system. Act as a main point person for assigning writing, editing, and production of content internally, as well as externally with outside vendors for photography, videography, advertising, and web and print design—continually ensuring editorial quality and consistency. Regularly monitor the Center’s web properties, keeping the user experience in mind and assisting in identifying needed updates and upgrades to address web user needs.
Marketing: Participate in content marketing planning, researching both online and offline channels to identify the best outreach and distribution methods and platforms for maximum exposure to target audiences. Be proactive in staying current on communications and marketing trends, research new tools and strategies, and help develop implementation plans for communications projects. Collaborate with and oversee CA’s work, contributing to social media and digital communications strategies, including SEO tactics, website maintenance and updates, Google Analytics reviews, and digital advertising such as Google AdWords and social media ads. With support from the CA, contribute to the analysis of regularly tracked metrics and report on performance of specific marketing efforts and campaigns, offering suggestions for improved performance.
Communications Support: Support the CCO in providing communications and marketing consultation to both Center staff and grant recipients, participating in select meetings and discussions about marketing best practices. Provide support for event communications, including preparation and distribution of invitations, event materials, and multimedia presentations, and occasionally provide on-site support. Support the CCO in the creation of internal reports and coordination of external materials such as press releases; participate in media relations planning. Occasionally manage the work of temporary employees and other contractors hired to support the functions outlined above. Provide additional communications support in the absence of the CA or CCO.
Education & Experience: Requires a bachelor’s degree or equivalent in communications, marketing, public relations, journalism, or related field, with at least four years of experience in digital communications, marketing campaign planning, multimedia content and print publications oversight, and some experience with public relations. Not-for-profit experiences are preferred, along with an interest in and understanding of the nature of cultural practice.
Baseline Knowledge & Skills: Must be a creative and experienced communicator with excellent writing and editorial skills and the ability to present ideas in a clear manner. You should have experience conceiving, developing, and executing external communications, knowledge of current marketing strategies and trends, an understanding of digital communications platforms, and familiarity with graphic design, video production, and editorial processes.You will have past experience using web content management systems, email marketing tools, social media platforms, and basic abilities with photo editing.
Abilities: This position requires a consistently high energy level and a proven ability to think quickly on one’s feet and use good organizational judgment. Must be able to proactively identify priorities, work independently, and collaborate as a team member within a multi-department organization, demonstrating strong interpersonal skills and organizational awareness. Must be able to prioritize multiple projects in a busy environment accurately, efficiently, and with a high level of professionalism and attention to detail. You will work closely with the CCO, and know when to ask questions and when to take initiative. Must be able to exercise a high level of discretion and confidentiality in interactions with both internal and external people concerning all work-related information, and with an understanding of the Center’s unique relationship to The Pew Charitable Trusts. Respect for the needs and issues of not-for-profit organizations and independent artists is required, while clearly understanding the appropriate boundaries between Center staff and its constituents.
Physical requirements (lifting, etc.): Physical activity standard to office/desk work; occasional assistance with setup for filmings, meetings, and presentations (light office furniture moving); ability to travel from time to time both locally and otherwise as needed.
Applicants who are practicing artists should note that in order to prevent conflict of interest or the appearance thereof, the Center has a Code of Ethics that limits artistic and cultural practice within our grantmaking region, and when collaborating outside the region with Center grantees.
How to Apply
TO APPLY: Interested, qualified applicants should submit a letter of application/cover letter, resume, and two relevant, short writing samples via email to email@example.com. Please ensure job title is in the Subject line.
Every school . . . safe, supportive, engaging, and inspiring.
About Center for Supportive Schools (CSS)
The Center for Supportive Schools (CSS, formerly Princeton Center for Leadership Training) advances the efforts of schools across the country to develop all students into leaders who help make their schools safer, more supportive, engaging, and inspiring. CSS is driven by the vision that one day, all students will thrive in schools that graduate them prepared for the rigors of college and lives filled with meaningful work, active citizenship, and personal fulfillment. Our work directly addresses disengagement from school, a root cause of students dropping out of school and other high-risk behaviors for students in urban, suburban, rural, economically disadvantaged, or more affluent communities.
Since 1979, CSS has partnered with 500 schools and our impact can be seen in the experiences of 425,000 students. CSS partners with schools to help overcome disengagement by engaging all members of the school community in the relationships and meaningful dialogue necessary to effect substantial and sustainable change in all students’ school experiences. We accomplish this through a thoughtful and collaborative planning, teambuilding, and training process with school leadership and other stakeholders; an intensive train-the-trainer strategy; user-friendly, rigorous, and relevant curricula; on-site technical assistance; fidelity monitoring; and program evaluation. CSS offers a wide variety of solutions, such as:
Peer Group Connection (PGC): an evidence-based, school-based program that supports and eases students’ successful transitions into middle and high school by tapping into the power of older students to create a nurturing environment for incoming students.
Teen Prevention Education Program (Teen PEP):an evidence-based, school-based program that utilizes peer-to-peer education to increase responsible decision-making among students around issues of sexual health.
Achievement Mentoring (AM): a school-based prevention and intervention program, developed by Dr. Brenna Bry, that pairs adult school staff with students in one-to-one mentoring relationships proven to reduce problem behaviors, improve academics, and reduce school dropout among at-risk students.
Campaign Connect/Community Schools:a comprehensive, data-driven and relationship-based approach to engaging the school community in coordinated initiatives designed to improve student outcomes.
Customized solutions:CSS also creates customized solutions in response to specific needs of schools. We have designed custom solutions for over 150 public and private schools throughout the United States.
CSS is a fast-paced, collegial, and team-oriented environment where each staff member plays a critical role in changing life trajectories for students and transforming school cultures.
For more information about CSS, visit: www.supportiveschools.org.
Title: Project Manager-Delaware, Maryland, and Washington, D.C.
General Position Description: The full-time Project Manager-Delaware, Maryland, and Washington, D.C. is responsible for the day-to-day management of a portfolio of CSS’s leadership solutions throughout this region. The Project Manager will be responsible for building and maintaining relationships with partner schools and providing technical assistance and coaching to teams of administrators and faculty to plan for successful program implementation. The Project Manager will assist schools in developing implementation action plans, troubleshooting implementation obstacles, participating in a rigorous evaluation study, and planning for program sustainability. He/she will track individual school progress, collect school data, and support program evaluation activities. Additional responsibilities include assisting with recruitment of partner schools and facilitating at training conferences to prepare school faculty to effectively train student peer leaders to work with younger peers. The Project Manager will ensure that CSS’s Delaware, Maryland, and Washington, D.C.-based programming is offered at exceptional levels of quality.
Supervisor: Executive Director-Delaware, Maryland, and Washington, D.C.
Build and maintain relationships with partner schools
Support the successful implementation of two federally-funded rigorous evaluation studies in select CSS partner schools
Coordinate, plan, and facilitate on-site and phone technical assistance meetings with administrators, faculty, and staff to plan for program implementation, problem-solve implementation obstacles, and ensure program sustainability
Identify technical assistance needs of partner schools, develop technical assistance calendar, and ensure necessary consultation has been provided to each school
Maintain regular contact with partner schools to track implementation progress
Collect program implementation data and student demographic data from each school
Interface with partner schools to ensure compliance with research protocols and assist with evaluation activities
Build and maintain collaborative working relationships with other region-based organizations in support of CSS’s work
Facilitate at training events and conferences, as needed
Other responsibilities, as needed
Education: A bachelor’s degree is required.
Professional Experiences and Personal Qualities/Skills:
The ideal candidate will demonstrate extensive knowledge of and experience working in public schools; exceptional abilities to problem solve, plan, and prioritize; a “roll-up-your-sleeves” entrepreneurial, startup attitude; knowledge of and experience working in education reform and student support services; proven ability to work in a fast-paced environment managing multiple projects; and demonstrated high level interpersonal and cross-cultural skills, including the ability to build relationships internally and externally and to manage effective teams.
The candidate will also demonstrate the following characteristics:
Excellent listening, writing, and speaking skills
Highly effective time-management, organizational, goal-setting, problem-solving, and decision-making skills
Ability to gather, analyze, synthesize, and communicate information from various sources
Strong public speaking and group facilitation skills
Knowledgeable in issues related to K-12 schools and education; experience in rural educational settings is a plus
Knowledgeable in student support services
Ability to obtain and utilize client data to drive decisions
Demonstrated ability to work independently and collaboratively
Flexibility, resourcefulness, and willingness to work evenings and weekends when required for successful and timely completion of projects
Ability to use discretion and judgment in handling confidential and sensitive information
Knowledge of and an enthusiastic commitment to the organization’s mission, solutions, and offerings
Experience in school counseling or social work strongly preferred
Experience with school-based program evaluation preferred
Program implementation experience preferred
Knowledgeable in technology
Schedule and Salary:The anticipated starting date for this position is early December 2018. The salary is competitive and based upon experience.
Location: The Project Manager-Delaware, Maryland, and Washington, D.C. will be based in Delaware, Maryland, or Washington, D.C. Frequent travel throughout the region will be necessary. Occasional travel to CSS’s main office, located in Princeton, New Jersey, will be necessary.
Interested applicants are requested to apply immediately by emailing a cover letter and CV/résumé to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include (1) the title of the position in the subject line of your email and (2) where you found the position posting in your cover letter. If possible, please email all documents in PDF format. People of color are strongly encouraged to apply.
The J. Wood Platt (JWP) Caddie Scholarship Trust was created in 1958 by the Golf Association of Philadelphia (GAP). The Scholarship's mission, which has remained constant since its inception, is to financially aid deserving caddies in their pursuit of higher education. In the last 60 years, more than 3,500 young men and women have received $22 million in aid. In the 2018-19 academic year, 126 caddies are receiving more than $1 million. Award amounts range from $1,000 to $10,000 per academic year for undergraduates and graduate students. The Scholarship is also helping to preserve one of the game's most valued traditions, the caddie. By supporting caddies in their traditional educational pursuits, golfers are reminded of the important role the caddie has played in the game's history. In turn, this role is preserved for the game's future.
The Director of Development is a newly created role within the JWP Caddie Scholarship Trust designed to establish a formalized development program. Reporting to the Executive Director of the Golf Association of Philadelphia and working closely with the Director of JWP Caddie Scholarship, the Director of Development will identify, cultivate, solicit, manage and steward prospects and donors through direct mail, phone calls, online giving strategies, social media, personal visits, general communications, volunteer management and giving societies in order to secure the funding needed to advance the mission of the Trust.
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This is a part-time position requiring 21 hours per week. General hours of operation are 9 AM - 5 PM Monday through Friday. Some evenings and weekends are required.
The Advancement Officer is an essential member the Advancement & Communications Division responsible for securing $500,000 in the 2019 fiscal year and increasing financial support from foundations, corporations, and individuals. Reporting to the Executive Director, the Advancement Officer takes a lead role in grant writing, donor relations, and reporting, for contributions from foundations, corporations, major donors, and planned gifts.
The responsibilities listed above are not all inclusive. The successful candidate is expected to perform other work-related duties as assigned.
Bachelor's degree in English, history, or related discipline with a minimum of three years fundraising experience. Demonstrated success developing and writing grant proposals for government, private, and corporate foundations. Experience working in development, alumni relations, or related experience in a historical society or museum preferred. Excellent attention to detail and depth related to specific computer skills including database management (Donor Perfect preferred) and MS Office (Word, Excel, Outlook, and Access). Superior verbal and written communication skills. Interest in history education and articulating a persuasive case for support. Ability to prioritize and manage multiple projects simultaneously taking responsibility for the completion of each by its respective deadline. Commitment to collaborative teamwork and individual accountability.
The Delaware Historical Society is an equal opportunity employer. See dehistory.org for more information. Send cover letter and resume to email@example.com. No telephone calls please.
CLI is seeking candidates for the role of Vice President of Philanthropy (Vice President).
Vice President of PhilanthropyCatholic Leadership InstituteWayne, Pennsylvania
Founded in 1990, Catholic Leadership Institute (CLI) provides bishops, priests, deacons and lay persons in the Roman Catholic Church with world-class, pastoral leadership formation and consulting services that strengthen their confidence and competence in ministry, enabling them to articulate a vision for their local church, to call forth the gifts of those they lead, and to create more vibrant faith communities rooted in Jesus Christ.
CLI is playing a critical role on behalf of the Roman Catholic Church of today and tomorrow. CLI is helping the Church to navigate generational shifts, to respond to and prepare for ever-mounting demographic challenges among ordained religious and the laity, to establish a near-term vision for the Church in the U.S., and to define an overall roadmap for the Church's future. The organization is accompanying Catholic parishes, dioceses, and their leaders – from the seminarian to the seasoned bishop to lay leaders – on their journeys amid the complexities of the modern world, supporting them in meeting corresponding challenges and opportunities with the benefit of world-class training, fresh perspectives, and intentionality. CLI and its partners are indeed helping to build a future of hope for Catholic generations to come, one where the Church is not only sustaining but thriving with vibrant communities rooted in Jesus Christ.
CLI has already strengthened the Church through its work with tens of thousands of Church leaders and is poised for even greater impact as the nonprofit apostolate currently enjoys the best financial and overall organizational standing in its history. Propelled by entrepreneurial, visionary administrative leadership and the strategic, active engagement of multiple boards, CLI realized its most successful fundraising to date during the past two years. Yet, to meet the future needs of the Church, CLI must continue to enhance its fundraising profile, building on the over 500 lifetime donors to the organization. CLI's senior stakeholders will be engaging in visioning and strategic planning during summer 2018 to further shape organizational priorities and corresponding fundraising goals.
Amid this favorable context of forward-thinking leadership and organizational stability, CLI is seeking candidates for the role of Vice President of Philanthropy (Vice President). Reporting to the Chief Executive Officer, the Vice President serves as chief development officer and is responsible for working with the Board of Directors, Mission Implementation Team, National Advisory Board, Episcopal Advisory Board, and other volunteer ambassadors to discern, develop, and execute a vision for philanthropy at CLI that will grow donors' hearts and provide the philanthropic investments required to support world-class leadership formation for the Roman Catholic community. The Vice President manages a team of five, with a projected Major Gift Officer opening in FY 2018. S/he will also closely collaborate with CLI Founder Tim Flanagan, who has historically driven the majority of CLI's major donor relationships, as an extension of the Philanthropy team. The Vice President serves on the CLI Leadership Team and is expected to influence the overall direction and culture of the organization.
The Vice President will be a central figure in the ongoing success and vibrancy of CLI, enabling it to vigorously pursue its mission while taking the organization to its next level of philanthropic achievement by coalescing strategic priorities with a robust development program. S/he will construct development strategies and execute plans that will markedly increase individual (including annual, major, planned, and blended gifts), foundation, and other philanthropic support.
Required qualifications and experience: demonstrated commitment to the respective missions of the Roman Catholic Church and CLI; bachelor's degree required, advanced degree and/or Certified Fund Raising Executive credential preferred; minimum of 10 years of experience in progressively responsible development leadership positions, which includes work in all functional areas (individual giving, institutional giving, planned giving, stewardship, board relations), oversight of comprehensive philanthropic program, and leadership in a major capital campaign; demonstrated ability to provide management oversight, leadership, and direction with at least five years of supervisory experience, including creating and managing a budget; knowledge of the dynamics of a national-scale nonprofit organization and of the Roman Catholic Church are preferred, including familiarity with diocesan and parish structures, and a thorough understanding of Catholic parish life and ministry; particular strength in developing the case for support and strategic, complex fundraising plans, and executing against those plans to achieve goals and objectives; history of securing six and seven-figure gifts, including cultivation through solicitation and stewardship, as well as experience working with annual fund strategies to effectively groom the next generation of annual leadership and major gift donors; demonstrated ability in planning and executing strategic communications to complement philanthropic initiatives and achieve goals; experience identifying, nurturing, and motivating board or other volunteer leaders, and a sophisticated understanding of their role in building an effective fundraising network; ability to extract and analyze data to make effective, efficient decisions about donor strategy and process.
Catholic Leadership Institute has retained Diversified Search to assist in this confidential search process. Inquiries, nominations and applications (current resumes and cover letters) should be directed electronically to:
Gerard F. Cattie, Jr.
Founder and Practice Leader – Development & Philanthropy
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POSITION: Operations Director
PURPOSE: The Delaware Breast Cancer Coalition (DBCC) is Delaware’s most trusted resource for breast cancer information, support and education. DBCC is a diverse organization serving those who are experiencing a breast cancer diagnosis; educating the community about breast cancer and reducing one’s risk of diagnosis; and navigating underserved women to mammography screening. The Operations Director will report to the Executive Director and work collaboratively with all staff to oversee and manage the day-to-day operations of the agency including: agency infrastructure, staff and human resources, programs/services, finance, and data/systems.
REPORTS TO: Executive Director
GENERAL RESPONSIBILITIES: The Operations Director is responsible for overseeing the day-to-day operations, financial objectives, programs/services, and the goals of the strategic plan.
EXPECTED EDUCATION AND SKILLS: Bachelor’s degree or equivalent work experience in education, health-related field, social sciences, or social work; five – ten years senior leadership experience in women’s health advocacy and mission-driven nonprofit health care. This compassionate individual will have excellent interpersonal skills, work ethic and team player attitude and should be comfortable in a fast-paced, high-energy, statewide nonprofit agency requiring travel throughout the state.
Leadership and Management
· Supervise, manage and lead staff of twenty individuals
WORKING HOURS: Working hours include business hours Monday through Friday from 9a-5p, although work hours will be scheduled for evenings and weekends depending on the needs of the program and agency events.
Compensation: Salary and benefits are commensurate with experience.
The Delaware Breast Cancer Coalition, Inc. is committed to equal employment opportunity regardless of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, age, disability, or Veteran status.
Interested applicants should submit cover letter, resume, and salary requirements to firstname.lastname@example.org no later than November 30, 2018.
POSITION: Executive Director
The Delaware Breast Cancer Coalition, Inc. (DBCC) is Delaware’s most trusted resource for breast cancer information, support and education. DBCC is a diverse organization serving those who are experiencing a breast cancer diagnosis; educating the community about breast cancer and reducing one’s risk of diagnosis; and navigating underserved women to mammography screening. The Executive Director is responsible for implementation of the overall mission and strategy for DBCC, its fundraising efforts, oversight of Great Stuff Retail Shops, and bottom-line responsibility for the agency’s performance.
REPORTS TO: The Delaware Breast Cancer Coalition, Inc. (DBCC) Board of Trustees
GENERAL RESPONSIBILITIES: The Executive Director is responsible for carrying out the mission and vision of the agency. This position will oversee the comprehensive development program for the DBCC including annual/major gifts, corporate giving, grants, special events, partnerships and planned giving, gift processing and acknowledgement, and donor stewardship programs.
EXPECTED EDUCATION AND SKILLS: Bachelor's Degree from an accredited college/university required; Master’s in Non-Profit Management or related degree preferred
Financial Management and Development
WORKING HOURS: Working hours include business hours Monday through Friday from 9a-5p, although work hours will be scheduled for evenings and weekends depending on the needs of the program and agency events.
Salary and benefits are commensurate with experience.
The Delaware Breast Cancer Coalition, Inc. is committed to equal employment opportunity regardless of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, age, disability, or Veteran status.
Interested applications should submit cover letter, resume, and salary requirements to email@example.com no later than November 30, 2018.
Philadelphia-based Folkshul has offered a secular, humanist Jewish experience to children and youth from pre-school through 12th-grade for over 75 years. With approximately seventy-five families and one hundred students each year, we provide a hub of learning and cultural activity to a vibrant and engaged membership. Folkshul is a parent-run cooperative with an active and engaged volunteer board and small professional staff.
We seek an energetic and personable individual for the position of School Director. The School Director will oversee a staff of ten, including an Assistant Director, Teachers, and B’nai Mitzvah Coordinator. S/he will evaluate the curricula and instructional methods, oversee school administration activities, and be an engaged, collaborative, and visible community leader.
This is a part-time position with an average of 20-hours per week during the school year, including Sunday morning shul and activities (September – May), and 10-hours per week during the summer months (June – August). The School Director will work closely with the executive leadership, Adult Community Coordinator and the Board of Directors to ensure the smooth operation of Shul.
The School Director will work closely with Folkshul's Board of Directors, and will also be assisted by an Assistant Director.
The School Director will evaluate the curricula and instructional methods, oversee school administration activities, and be an engaged, collaborative, and visible community leader. The School Director will work with and oversee the teaching staff, will be responsible for managing student enrollment, working with the board of directors, and overseeing communication with staff and parents.
We seek an experienced leader and educator with the following credentials:
BS/BA required, prefer advanced degree in education, education administration, Jewish education, or related field
5 to 10 years of experience in an instructional leadership role
3 to 5 years as a K-8 classroom teacher, strongly preferred
Interest in, or experience with, the Secular Humanistic Jewish environment
Jewish Education background (not necessarily secular)
Ability to command respect, confidence, and commitment within and outside Folkshul community
Energy, passion, and experience implementing best practices in secular Jewish education
Comfort using computers and all standard office software, including database, social media, and other communication tools
Strong relationship, interpersonal, verbal, and written communication skills
Salary is commensurate with experience and is competitive with other non-profits for equivalent positions.
Please e-mail a resume and letter of interest, including a brief statement of your educational philosophy and your interest in this position, to: firstname.lastname@example.org. Please use the following subject line for your submission: Director Search | [YOUR LAST NAME]. Applications should be received no later than December 1, 2018. No phone calls, please.
Jewish Children's Folkshul
Moravian College, (www.moravian.edu) located in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania invites applications and nominations for the position of Vice President for Development and Alumni Engagement. Working closely with the President, the Vice President provides strategic leadership for the College's and Seminary's integrated fundraising and alumni relations efforts. The Vice President is responsible for advancing the Moravian vision by actively strengthening relationships with trustees, alumni, donors, community members and college leaders. In addition to increasing annual philanthropic support of the College and Seminary, the Vice President will also direct comprehensive campaigns, including one currently in the planning stages.
• Leads a team of data-driven advancement professionals, support staff, student workers, and volunteers in the ongoing development and implementation of a comprehensive and evolving plan that advances Moravian College through development, alumni programming, scheduling services and electronic media, print and mail services.
• Works with direct and indirect reports to ensure implementation of the division's annual plans.
• Serves as the departmental lead in successfully cultivating, soliciting, and stewarding major gifts from individuals and foundations. Furthers the missions and the strategic plans of the College and the Seminary.
• Provides leadership in developing and planning strategies, in conjunction with the Board of Trustees and the President, for capital campaigns.
• Serves as direct liaison to the President for his work in Development and Alumni.
• Increases participation by College and Seminary alumni in both activities and financial support and building and sustaining a culture of lifelong interest and involvement by alumni.
• Works with the faculty to facilitate innovation and the creation of specialized signature academic programs and public/private partnerships.
• Develops new strategies to better utilize Trustee involvement and expertise.
• Evaluates and monitors all annual and capital fundraising programs and functions, providing a detailed report to the Board of Trustees and senior staff.
• Develops and administers budgets and resources allocated for annual, individual, and estate fundraising programs.
• Insures the effective communication of information (public relations, media and publications) both within and outside of the Moravian community.
• Develops and sustains a more effective volunteer program in all aspects of Office of Institutional Advancement activities.
• Continues cultivation of strategy to promote a new, more philanthropic culture of giving.
• Performs other job-related duties as may be assigned by the President or his designee or the Board of Trustees.
The Vice President will possess an undergraduate degree from an accredited institution (an advanced degree is preferred). This position demands a talented, results-oriented individual with broad documented management and fundraising experience (at least 10 years) with a demonstrated ability to successfully mentor staff in the cultivation, solicitation and stewardship of major gifts from individuals and foundations. Previous experience leading capital and annual campaigns is essential. The candidate must be synergistic, results-driven and flexible while demonstrating exceptional leadership, analytical, administrative, and organizational ability including persuasive communication skills in working collaboratively with all constituencies of the College and Seminary including staff, faculty and the Board of Trustees. Experience with Salesforce, Google Suite, and Data Analytics is preferred while the ability to strategically analyze development trend data is required. Prior higher education experience is preferred but not required.
About Moravian College:
Moravian College, the nation's sixth oldest college and first to educate women, is located in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, in the Lehigh Valley region. The College traces its founding to 1742 by Moravians, descendants of followers of the Bohemian Reformation (John Amos Comenius), the 17th century Moravian bishop. Moravian College, a private liberal arts college, currently enrolls over 1800 full-time undergraduate students and over 200 full-time graduate students in a wide variety of majors, all of which are informed and based on principles of liberal education. The Seminary enrolls about 75 full-time students in its graduate divinity programs. During most semesters at least 14 denominations are represented in the Seminary student body.
Moravian's two campuses book-end a mile stretch of Bethlehem's Main Street, including a block of Historic Bethlehem where vintage stores, art galleries, and local olive oil and chocolate purveyors share the street with inns and buildings that have roots as deep as our country's humble beginnings (for more information visit the Historic Bethlehem Partnership, where Moravian College students have interned: https://historicbethlehem.org/).
Main Street is a huge reason why over 75,000 people call Bethlehem home. Bethlehem's charm goes beyond one block. Located in the heart of the LeHigh Valley, Bethlehem is truly a dynamic city filled with creativity, world-class events and festivals, and some of the best Christmas celebrations in the world. Across the bridge, Bethlehem's South Side is an artist's playground. You can see an outdoor concert at the amphitheater, catch a sketch comedy show or a limited-release Indie film at Artsquest, or walk along the steel stacks for a different view of Bethlehem's rich history. Bethlehem is a constantly-evolving blend of culture and commerce, progress and preservation. There's always something to do. Walk out your door and you'll accidentally stumble upon a street fair. You can get your Baroque on at the annual Bach Festival or bagpipe with the best of them at the Celtic Classic. You can fill yourself with fried food and fantastic (free) tunes at the truly epic nine-day Musikfest which draws a million visitors each August, one of the largest in the nation. Join the more than 5,000 people that descend upon the city for the College's annual Christmas Vespers service in Central Moravian Church in December. Come take a snowy carriage ride among the lit-up trees while you enjoy the holiday music that's piped in throughout the streets. Bethlehem is called the Christmas City (http://www.christmascity.org/) for a reason.
Moravian College, a private liberal arts college, is being assisted by the partners of Hyatt~Fennell, Executive Search. Submit nominations and application materials to Cheryl Hyatt at Moravian@hyatt-fennell.com. Applications include a letter of interest, a current résumé/cv and contact information for five professional references, in separate documents. Applications will be reviewed as they are received and should be submitted prior to January 4, 2019 to receive full consideration. All applications and nominations will be considered highly confidential. Moravian is an Equal Opportunity Employer dedicated to affirmative action and to excellence through diversity.
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