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Director of Annual Giving, Social Media and Phonathon


Job Type:
Staff Job Opening

Department:
Advancement/Alumni Relations

Position Type:
Full Time

Hiring Date:
ASAP

Wage Rate:
Salary; Commensurate with experience (plus benefits, depending upon qualifications and experience)

Duties:

The Director of Annual Giving, Social Media and Phonathon is responsible for the planning and execution of a comprehensive Annual Giving program designed to build operating support (current needs) for the College. The Annual Giving officer is responsible for phone programs, direct mail and other communications using all methods, including social media, to engage and solicit support for the mission of PUC. Candidate for this position should have excellent time management, extensive knowledge on using multi-channel communication, have self-initiative, ability to prioritize, and excellent record-keeping abilities.

Objectives

  • Enlarge a culture of annual giving among internal and external constituents. Raise awareness and understanding of the importance of regular annual gifts.
  • Raise funds from all constituencies by building excitement for current needs at PUC.

Desirable Qualifications:

Essential Duties and Responsibilities include the following. Other duties may be assigned.

· FUNDRAISING DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

- Collaborate with departmental colleagues, staff, and with key volunteers to identify and implement innovative annual giving marketing and communication materials through the use of multi-channel communications (mail, phone, e-mail, web, crowdfunding, and other social media channels, etc.).

- Coordinate communication and solicitations for constituencies; maximize giving and participation rate through a variety of mediums including mail, telephone, internet, and personal solicitation.

- Plan and implement the comprehensive direct mail program (minimum of three direct mail pieces a year), including identifying target constituent segments for solicitation; conceptualizing themes; requesting data; writing letters and/or support pieces; proofing/editing written pieces and live data; communicating with direct mail vendors and consultants.

- Plan, organize and implement the employee giving program.

- Supervise the class representative program to maintain a strong alumni presence with students and future alumni. Coordinate affinity groups and senior class gift campaigns.

- Develop and maintain a PUC President’s blog.

· MANAGEMENT DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

- Develop annual giving strategic and operational plans. Propose yearly budget to CAO with recommendations for the annual giving program based on plans.

- Administer and provide performance reports for budget to assure sound fiscal expenditures and management.

- Make recommendations for movement of annual giving donors to major giving program and recommend potential corporations able to participate in matching challenges for the annual program.

· INSTITUTIONAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

- Research, recommend and develop plans to integrate the annual fund into the College’s electronic and website communications.

Qualifications

To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

Education and/or Experience

Bachelor’s degree in communication, public relations, or non-profit preferred

Experienced in fundraising and nonprofit management (two-years minimum)

Communications and Language Skills

Excellent writing and interpersonal skills

Computer Skills

Advanced computer skills, web, and e-communication skills

Certificates, Licenses, Registrations

CFRE desired, but not required

Other Skills and Abilities

Ability to handle multiple tasks simultaneously

Willingness to work evening hours Sunday-Thursday when necessary to support the call center initiatives.

Other Qualifications

Must have an expressed commitment to Jesus Christ, the teachings and mission of the Seventh-day Adventist Church, a SDA church member in good and regular standing, and a desire to serve in a cooperative, spiritually redemptive, and soul-winning atmosphere. Practice confidentiality of information at all times.

Physical Demands

Requires sitting, standing, bending and reaching. May need to lift items up to 50 pounds. Requires manual dexterity sufficient to operate standard office machines such as computers, fax machines, calculators, and telephone and other office equipment. Requires normal range of hearing and vision. May be asked to travel by car or airline. Evening hours are at times required to oversee the call center activities.

Work Environment

Essential tasks are performed under normal office/school conditions with little or no noticeable discomfort. Work area is well lighted and ventilated.

Application Deadline:
Applications will be received until a suitable applicant is chosen

Posted:
08/01/2017


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