Thursday, September 12, 2013

Featured Nonprofit Job: Fund Development Director

Revenue is important for any nonprofit and most of that comes in the form of donations. Organizations need individuals who know how to maximize fund development activities, which is why the Girl Scouts of Orange County (GSOC) is looking to hire a Fund Development Director.

The chosen candidate for this position will manage assigned fundraising initiatives to ensure the achievement of annual goals and objectives within the framework of the department’s budget. The employee will also be responsible for managing the achievement of annual Family, Staff, Community Alumnae and other direct mail campaigns.

Other required duties include, but are not limited to:

  • Partner with others in Fund Development to ensure GSOC’s signature event, Celebration Leadership, is successful;
  • Work with the Fund Development team, as well as other constituencies, in promoting and strengthening GSOC’s “Culture of Philanthropy” and fundraising results through implementing and utilizing best industry practices; and,
  • Work with other fund development team members to integrate a disciplined use of “Moves Management” methodology to identify, cultivate, solicit and steward Girl Scout major gift and planned giving donors is an important part of this role. 
Qualified applicants should have at least five years of experience of increasing responsibility in managing fundraising activities for 501(c)3 organizations. For full details on what it takes to qualify for the Fund Development Director position, and information on how to apply, visit the NPT Jobs Career Center.

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