Wednesday, October 24, 2012

Featured Nonprofit Job: Director Of Direct Marketing

The Priests of the Sacred Heart, located in Franklin, Wisc., is currently looking to hire a Director of Direct Marketing to coordinate and oversee execution of fundraising campaigns. Interested in this featured nonprofit job? Read on for more details.

As the title of this positions suggests, the Director will develop a direct marketing strategy and team to support and achieve the organization's goals and objectives, and will work with other departments to develop effective direct marketing campaigns. Other responsibilities include:

  • Establish close and strategic advisory partnerships with key department managers;
  • Grow revenue and increase net income from direct marketing programs;
  • Create direct marketing strategies and messages to support and achieve our goals and objectives;
  • Leads direct marketing efforts for new strategic marketing programs;
  • Collaborate with key department managers to deliver solutions that maximize ROI on the marketing investment;
  • Identify and create ways to utilize data to streamline various marketing efforts and organization processes; and,
  • Work with management to develop direct marketing strategies to continue the growth and success of donor retention.
Priests of the Sacred Heart requires all applicants to have a Bachelor's Degree in Marketing or Business. You must all meet these other qualifications:
  • Minimum 10 years of relevant direct marketing, operations planning, and/or supply chain management.
  • Non-profit experience and CFRE preferred.
  • Proven record of success in developing, championing and stewarding fully integrated direct marketing programs and teams.
  • Balanced leadership style that allows for both highly strategic leadership skills with the ability to be hands-on and lead by example.
  • Prior experience in leading or management of direct mail programs and marketing initiatives.  Contribute to overall strategic planning as it relates to direct marketing.
  • Ability to manage ambiguity effectively and prioritize/negotiate with business partners.
  • Ability to work well in a multi-task environment under pressure and tight time constraints.
  • Demonstrate an understanding of the changing economics of the direct mail marketing business model.
  • Demonstrate ability to synthesize, prioritize and drive results with a strong sense of urgency.
  • Outstanding people leadership skills.
If you are interested in other featured nonprofit jobs, you can also look at the American Board of Addiction Medicine Foundation's Director of Development position.

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