Annual Giving Officer - University of Baltimore

Annual Giving Officer

University of Baltimore

With supervision and guidance from the Assistant Vice President for Alumni and Donor Services, the Annual Giving Officer is responsible for the creation, implementation, execution, and evaluation of a comprehensive annual giving plan designed to cultivate and retain current donors and acquire new supporters for the University of Baltimore. This position develops an organized plan of solicitation, communication, and stewardship strategies involving direct mail, a phone program, email and social media vehicles, giving days, and online donations. The Annual Giving Officer will have strong management skills, experience with monitoring and evaluating annual giving programs, ability to meet financial targets, and experience managing vendor relationships. This individual will also work closely with key staff in the Office of Advancement and External Relations to secure a steady stream of a financial funding for the University, support overall fundraising activities, and serve as an important partner in developing the donor pipeline. To apply, visit Required Education: Bachelor’s degree. Required Experience: Three years' experience in a fundraising position with a proven track record of success. Preferred Experience: Fundraising experience in a higher education setting.

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Development Director - Junior Achievement of Central Maryland

Development Director

Junior Achievement of Central Maryland

Junior Achievement of Central Maryland is seeking a Development Director to join our growing team. The ideal candidate is a sales-oriented individual, who has a keen understanding of best practices in fundraising and a proven track record of securing annual gifts. This individual will possess the leadership, enthusiasm, professionalism, and drive to assist the team in achieving ambitious fundraising goals.

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Development Senior Manager - Rebuilding Together Montgomery County

Development Senior Manager

Rebuilding Together Montgomery County

Rebuilding Together Montgomery County (RTMC) provides free critical home repairs, accessibility modifications, and links to community resources to keep low-income homeowners living safely and independently in their homes. Founded in 1990, RTMC has served 2,800 vulnerable homeowners and galvanized more than 50,000 volunteers in our neighbor-helping-neighbor approach. Reporting to the Executive Director, the Development Senior Manager is responsible for working in coordination with the Executive Director to achieve RTMC’s annual development goals and objectives. The Senior Manager leads RTMC’s fundraising from government grants, foundations, businesses, and individuals, and leads marketing and social media outreach. She/he is also responsible for organizing, executing, following up, and reporting on RTMC’s fundraising events. The Senior Manager manages fund development and communications activities and collaborates with staff and board members to support engagement and relationship building with donors and prospects. This position can be hybrid with some days in the office and other days working from home.

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Development Coordinator, Operations and Grants Compliance - Public Justice Center

Development Coordinator, Operations and Grants Compliance

Public Justice Center

The Development Coordinator is responsible for the PJC’s development operations (including gift processing, database management, and support for fundraising and donor stewardship efforts) and compliance with grant awards and state and federal fundraising regulations. The Development Coordinator reports to the Director of Development and works closely with the Development Manager, Director of Finance & Administration, project team leads, and Executive Director. The PJC’s development and communications team raises more than $3 million annually to support the 25+ staff organization. Core duties of this newly-created position include:

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Major and Planned Giving Officer - Mount Saint Joseph High School

Major and Planned Giving Officer

Mount Saint Joseph High School

The Major and Planned Giving Officer assists in planning/implementing activities to meet the long-term goal of building endowment through planned gifts, as well as raising current support for operations and capital projects. The Major and Planned Giving Officer coordinates meetings with donors and prospects to cultivate, solicit, and steward major/planned gifts, working as part of a collaborative team in the Advancement Department. This position reports to the Executive Director of Development and works closely with the President’s office. Duties and responsibilities: manage major/planned giving donors and prospects, which may include current parents, alumni, spouses of alumni, parents of alumni, and grandparents, collaborate with colleagues to ensure a holistic donor-centered approach and advance prospect relationship development, identify major giving prospects and develop strategies, along with materials, to upgrade donor gifts, craft cultivation and stewardship correspondence to renew major donor gifts, cultivate relationships with qualified prospective donors to increase, solicit, and close prospects for bequests and other planned gifts, develop plans to increase the community’s awareness of planned giving opportunities, engage members of the Board of Directors, school administrative leaders, faculty, staff, and volunteers as needed to purposefully advance gift conversation. Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree and 4+ years relevant experience in major/planned giving work, demonstrated success cultivating leadership annual gift/major gift prospects and closing five and six figure pledges and gifts, demonstrated ability to work collaboratively with Board of Directors, Development Committee, administration, faculty/staff, parents, alumni, students, and volunteers, excellent interpersonal, verbal, and written communication skills, ability to handle challenging situations diplomatically and maintain collaborative working relationships with colleagues, ability to maintain confidentiality, act with discretion, and maintain a high level of performance under pressure, ability to organize, prioritize, and successfully execute multiple concurrent tasks, fluency in Microsoft Word, Excel, Google Workspace, PowerPoint, and Raiser’s Edge, availability to work nights and weekends.

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Director of Major Giving, Maryland - Chesapeake Bay Foundation

Director of Major Giving, Maryland

Chesapeake Bay Foundation

Seek private funding support for the Chesapeake Bay Foundation’s (CBF) annual operating needs and campaign initiatives by focusing on the donor base in Maryland with an emphasis primarily on donors giving $10,000 or more annually. Function as a collaborative member of the Development department and the Gift Officer team. This position will be based out of CBF’s Philip Merrill Center in Annapolis, MD.

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