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Development and Grants Manager | Junior Achievement of North Cental Ohio

Deadline: 03/10/2021

Territory Responsibility: Responsible for foundation relationship management and grant writing throughout JA’s entire service area with a more focused approach to all other development activities in Medina & Wayne counties. Primary Responsibilities: Foundation Relationship Management and Grant Writing (55%) •Responsible for grant writing and managing the reporting process for corporate & foundation grants as well as donor advised funds, across all 15 counties. •In alignment with our strategic plan, generate $275,000 in foundation grant support to fund Junior Achievement programs across North Central Ohio during the 2021-2022 school year. •Actively identify and research new grant opportunities to support the mission of JA in alignment with our strategic plan and program priorities. •Communicate with the President, Vice President of Programs and Vice President of Development to build an impactful JA narrative that meets the needs of our major funders and education partners. •Build relationships with representatives from foundation partners, and seek to foster relationships with new foundation partners that will help JA support the needs of our communities. Other Development/Resource Generation Activities in Medina & Wayne Counties (45%) •Responsible for stewardship of JA’s existing funders in Medina & Wayne counties with the goal of renewing & ultimately increasing support of JA programming by connecting the mission of JA to funding priorities in the community. •Work independently to identify prospects and cultivate relationships with new community and corporate partnerships to generate funding in alignment with JA programming priorities in Medina & Wayne counties. •Work with the VP of Development to set annual revenue goals in Medina and Wayne and maintain a result driven mindset towards achieving these goals. •Increase the brand awareness of JA and our mission within Medina and Wayne counties through the development of partnerships that result in in-kind advertising, or other marketing opportunities. •Work with the Development and Special Events Manager to recruit participants for special event fundraisers like Play-4-JA as well as solicit sponsorship support for regional special events. •Assist in the implementation and management of the annual individual giving campaign for all prospects in Medina and Wayne county. •Other duties as identified by supervisor.

For more information, visit: http://jaofnco.ja.org/about/career-opportunities

For more information, contact: mailto:joshua.lehman@ja.org

Director of Fund Development | Akron Urban League

Deadline: 03/12/2021

The Akron Urban League is looking for a full time Director of Development to join their team in an exciting time of organizational growth and development.The role reports directly to the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) and is responsible for philanthropic revenue to support the organization’s nonprofit mission to improve the quality of life of the citizens of Summit County,particularly African Americans,by advocating and facilitating programs that are economically and educationally transformational,impacting their lives and the lives of future generations. The Director of Development will provide the necessary vision,leadership,and fundraising skills which will enable the non-profit organization to achieve its annual fundraising goals. S/he will have substantial non-profit fundraising and management experience, a talent for building relationships, and a proven track record in securing ongoing support from foundations,corporations,government,and individual donors. Job Duties and Responsibilities: • Establish the vision and strategic direction, and oversee all of the Development activities for the Agency. • Direct and oversee the implementation of all fundraising plans, programs and efforts including annual appeals, major gifts, grants, foundation support, special events, etc. • Develops strategies to secure ongoing significant sources of private/unrestricted funds to support the agency. • Executes innovative ways of raising increased funding from foundations,corporations,individuals, government agencies and other sources. • Ensures the continual development of prospect leads to support major gift emphasis. • Participates in key meetings and solicitations with potential donors identified by the CEO for ongoing operations then carries out personal solicitation calls. • Develop and manage strategic relationships with donors,the philanthropic community and key stakeholders and participate in community events to represent the Agency. • Prepares and assists in preparing for the monthly board Fund Development Committee meetings. Work closely with the board Fund Development Chair. • Maintains good working relationship with all Board members. • Support the Board in fundraising activity including training, material development, relationship management, and ongoing donor cultivation efforts. • Works with the CFO on the financial components of the long-range strategic plan, ensuring financial strength with growth. • Ensure implementation of strategic plans and related tactical plans and activities for all development efforts, including fundraising and grants; donor relations; donor record management and reporting; events; media and communications; branding; etc. • Develop budget projections and recommend annual fundraising goals to President/CEO and the Board. • Lead and oversee the agency’s annual Special Events as well as the Justice & Equality Giving Society

For more information, visit: http://www.akronurbanleague.org

For more information, contact: mailto:bgriggs@akronurbanleague.org

Executive Director of Development | Ohio Northern University

Deadline: 03/31/2021

The Executive Director of Development is a member of the development team and is responsible for devising and executing a comprehensive major gift fundraising plan to maximize the securing of principal, leadership level gifts for the University. Principle Responsibilities: • Developing strategies for identification, cultivation, and solicitation of principal level gifts • Support, assist, and partner with other development staff in providing mentorship and assisting in the development of colleague gift officers as needed • Actively manage a portfolio of top major gift prospects and donors for cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship • Serve as lead team member on major university fundraising projects, particularly those that cross college and department affinities. • Partner with VP and AVP and various university leaders, faculty / staff to represent Advancement in the establishment and implementation of major gifts fundraising strategies, plans, and goals • Meet or exceed goals relating to the cultivation and securing of support from assigned prospects • Potentially serve as a development liaison to academic/departmental units or colleges. Minimum Qualifications: • Bachelor’s degree • Five or more years of professional experience in development, preferably within a university or other complex not-for-profit environment • Demonstrated record of success in securing principal level major and planned gifts • Valid driver’s license and safe driving record • This position requires travel and a willingness to work weekends and evenings as necessary. Preferred Qualifications: • Graduate degree and / or CFRE • Ten or more years of professional experience in development, preferably within a university or other complex not-for-profit environment. Open Until Filled: No. Closing Date: 3/31/21. Status: Full-Time. To view full description and apply online go to: https://jobs.onu.edu/postings/8158. ONU is an equal employment opportunity employer.

For more information, visit: https://jobs.onu.edu/postings/8158

For more information, contact:

Director of Advancement | Chagrin Documentary Film Festival

Deadline: 03/31/2021

Director of Advancement Position Description REPORTS TO: Executive Director Key Responsibilities: • Development: - Collaborate with Executive Director (ED) and Board Advancement Committee (AC) on creating and executing annual fundraising plan according to annual budget - Provide ED and AC with fundraising schedule and project dates - Project manage all fundraising campaigns and membership program - Secure financial support from individuals, foundations, and corporations - Identify funding sources from prospective donors, in-kind donations, marketing opportunities and charitable events - Develop and maintain ongoing relationships with major donors - Create and execute a strategy for a large sustained base of annual individual donors - Develop and track proposals/reports for individual and corporate fundraising - Manage Board giving opportunities and work on individual development plans Board Members - Maintain regular communication with Board Advancement Committee chair - Report development updates at Board / Board Committee meetings - Manage and coordinate grant applications with the ED - Attend networking events - Manage Office Coordinator tasks • Fundraising events: - Assist with fundraising events in conjunction with Events Committee and staff - Provide updates to ED throughout the event planning process - Provide board with event information - Update current sponsors / members on benefits Key Skills: • 5 years minimum experience in professional fundraising • Eloquent, clear and persuasive verbal and written communication skills • Have knowledge and experience fund raising from individuals to major gifts • Easily develops new relationships and maintains current ones • Sharp negotiation and strategic skills • High degree of initiative and “can do” spirit • Ability to set goals, establish timelines, manage risk, stick to budgets, delegate tasks, and manage projects • Work effectively and collaboratively individually and as a team • Ability to thrive in a small staff environment and take on what ever tasks necessary as the situation requires. • Is flexible and can easily adapt to quickly changing environments • Positive attitude • Proficient in donor database management • Able to work some evenings and weekends • Bachelor’s Degree or higher COMPENSATION AND BENEFITS: Salary is commensurate with experience. Benefits include health insurance, paid vacation and sick leave. TO APPLY: Email resume and cover letter with salary requirements with “Director of Advancement Position” in the subject line to: Chagrin Documentary Film Festival Mary Ann Ponce Email: director@chagrinfilmfest.org

For more information, visit: http://chagrinfilmfest.org

For more information, contact: mailto:director@chagrinfilmfest.org

Corporate Relations Manager | Akron-Canton Regional Foodbank

Deadline: 03/31/2021

The Akron-Canton Regional Foodbank is a high-profile community agency that Feeds People and Fights Hunger. The Corporate Relationship Manager will work under the direction of the Director, Corporate Relations to plan, coordinate, and implement all fundraising initiatives for current and prospective corporate partners in the Foodbank service area. This position will utilize a donor-centered approach to maintain a portfolio of 150 mid-level to major corporate donors; establishing and building relationships through phone calls, personalized emails, presentations, event attendance, face-to-face visits, and other communications to increase corporate resources. Job Responsibilities: 1. Develop and implement a comprehensive approach to corporate and corporate foundation giving to bundle requests and identify engagement points for partners, maximizing opportunities in all eight counties 2. Cultivate existing and secure new corporations/businesses to support all Foodbank fundraising initiatives. 3. Create a mid-level corporate donor plan to increase giving from current and new campaigns, transition corporate product donors to cash donors, and increase the opportunities for food and funds to generate more direct donation of funds. 4. Develop and maintain philanthropic relationships with regional and national corporations and corporate foundations for Foodbank priorities, including operating and programmatic support. Create compelling written proposal materials and presentations to prospects and donors and implement appropriate stewardship strategies. Answer incoming donor calls and donor related questions. 5. Develop the corporate and community engagement strategy for the Foodbank’s major campaigns including Harvest for Hunger and the Holiday Campaign. Serve as a liaison between the Foodbank and campaign volunteers and leadership. 6. Monitor proposal deadlines, prepare and edit proposals, manage proposal submissions, and funding reporting deadlines 7. Accurately track all donor interactions using the Raiser’s Edge software system. Please submit resumes to jobs@acrfb.org

For more information, visit: https://www.akroncantonfoodbank.org/job-openings?page=1

For more information, contact: mailto:jobs@acrfb.org

Regional Development Executive - Stark and Summit Counties | Coleman Professional Services

Deadline: 04/01/2021

Coleman Professional Services (CPS) is a recognized provider of behavioral health programs. Seeking a Regional Development Executive from Stark or Summit County, and has experience fundraising in those communities. The position’s goal is to establish and maintain a fundraising and marketing strategy to raise money and awareness while advancing the mission of CPS in Stark and Summit Counties. Qualified candidates must have: • Bachelor’s Degree in Marketing, Public Relations, Communications, or related field AND extensive major giving experience (gifts of $5,000 and up) • 5+ years’ experience in resource development • Demonstrated record of successful relationships working with donors and volunteers Visit our website to see the entire job posting details. Applicants will receive consideration without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability or protected veteran status. E.O.E. Persons with a disability can request an accommodation to complete the application process by emailing careers@colemanservices.org with the subject line “Accommodation Request.”

For more information, visit: https://www.colemanservices.org/careers/

For more information, contact: mailto:Melissa.mitchell@colemanservices.org

Director of Development | IBH Addiction Recovery

Deadline: 04/01/2021

Reporting to and in partnership with the Executive Director (ED), the Development Director will spearhead development, community relations, and major giving efforts as IBH Addiction Recovery continues to grow. The Development Director is responsible for creating, planning, and maintaining a strategic comprehensive fundraising program on behalf of this non-profit organization and enhancing the mission and values. Seeking a strong, high-performing professional with a passion for the mission of IBH. Responsibilities will include: 1. Works in partnership with the Executive Director, the Corporate Board of Trustees, and the IBH Foundation Board to create a fund development strategy that increases revenues to support the strategic direction of IBH in accordance with ethical fundraising principles. 2. Ensures a high level of professionalism and leadership with stakeholders such as donors, volunteers, community partners, board members, and staff. 3. Identifies, defines and acquires funding resources available to the organization and monitors trends in the community to adapt fundraising strategies. 4. Develops new structured fundraising programs as an aspect of the organization’s overall fund development objectives which will include leadership giving, legacy and estate giving, major donor, and board member giving programs. 5. Plans and coordinates fundraising events of the organization. 6. Creates a community relations and outreach plan in partnership with the stakeholders listed above to promote the organization to its donors, the community, and the industry, while maximizing public awareness of the organization. 7. Builds relationships with community partners to advance the mission, establish joint collaborative projects, and promote fundraising goals of the organization. 8. Engages prospective contributors, community partners, and volunteers by making calls, visits, and attending events, training, or meetings for which she or he must travel via automobile or flight as required. 9. Identifies, researches, and submits proposals for grant opportunities and monitors funding awards assisting with the reporting and evaluation requirements of grants. Supports and works collaboratively with staff members to identify avenues of economic support for programs or services. 10. Develops and manages volunteer programs for the organization. Collaborates with, recruits, provides orientation, retains, and recognizes fundraising and community partner volunteers. 11. Establishes realistic goals that include timelines, milestones, revenue targets, results or outcomes, volunteer recruitment, and success indicators. 12. Develops a major giving program that aggressively seeks new corporate/foundation major giving sources. 13. Maintains relationships with donors overseeing the administration of donor database and correspondence while respecting the privacy and confidentiality of donor information. 14. Represents IBH in meetings or at events with potential sources and community partners. 15. Oversees the administration of the DonorPerfect system by entering or updating data, generating correspondence and thank you letters, ensuring confidentiality of, and providing maintenance of the donor database. 16. Maintains ongoing contact with the organization’s department leaders and employees to stay knowledgeable about IBH services, programs, and strategic plans. 17. Maintains knowledge about the external environment as it relates to behavioral health and substance use disorders or AoD. 18. Timely acknowledges receipt of gifts from donors via written and verbal communication and implements stewardship and volunteer recognition programs. 19. Organizes public awareness and outreach, fundraising events, and related programs. 20. Responsible for fostering close working relationships with the Board of Trustees, the Development Committee, and the Foundation Board. 21. Collaborates with internal departments and outside organizations to enable cross-promotion and support of IBH goals and partnerships. 22. Recruits and communicates with IBH employee volunteers to participate in IBH and partner events, campaigns, and programs. 23. Provides monthly, annual, and periodic reporting of activities and generation of revenues to include entering data analysis of trends, results, opportunities, and best practices. 24. Performs other duties and special projects as assigned by the Executive Director. Supervisory Responsibility Although this position does not have direct reports, at times the Director of Development will coordinate and/or supervise the work of other volunteers and employees. Work Environment This job operates in a healthcare setting. This role requires regular walking to various locations within the organization. Position Type and Expected Hours of Work This is a full-time position, and general hours of work and days are Monday through Friday during business hours; however, this position requires some evening and weekend hours for special events, donor relations activities, training, conferences, and meetings. Requirements 1. Bachelor’s degree in business, management, or related field with a minimum of five years of experience as a fund development professional 2. Expertise in fundraising management; community relations and outreach; grant writing; federal and state legislation affecting charities; and special events planning & management 3. Experience working with advocacy and community-based organization or partners 4. Experience in developing short and long-term fundraising plans 5. Experience coordinating capital campaigns is a plus 6. Strong interpersonal skills and comfort working with donors, volunteers, senior staff. 7. Ability to make public speeches in the community on behalf of IBH 8. Creative, result-oriented, self-starting, and able to work beyond 8 am-5 pm as needed 9. Demonstrated leadership skills and ability to motivate others and works well with colleagues; ensures a team-oriented approach 10. Excellent written and verbal communication skills with experience developing successful written donor communications 11. Superb organization skills: detail oriented with strong follow-through, and sense of urgency 12. Proficient with all Microsoft Office tools (Word, Excel, Outlook and PowerPoint) and donor tracking or fundraising software For confidential consideration, please send your resume to: LT Myers at ltmyers@ibh.org The position is based in Akron, Ohio. Salary will be based on experience level plus attractive heath care benefits. The company provides equal employment opportunity to all qualified applicants regardless of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, disability, genetic information, veteran status, or other legally protected classification in the state of Ohio. For qualified candidates, the selection process will include: • Phone interview with the HR Director. • In-person interviews with the Executive Director, Board Members, and IBH leadership staff. Top candidates must successfully pass background checking (education and credentials verification, criminal record, professional reference calls, drug screening) **The company will only consider candidates who are legally eligible to work in the USA with no limitations. It will not consider sponsoring applicants for work visas such as H-1B, H-1B "transfers", or OPT arrangements.

For more information, visit: http://www.ibh.org

For more information, contact: mailto:ltmyers@ibh.org

Grants Coordinator | Victim Assistance Program

Deadline: 04/02/2021

VICTIM ASSISTANCE PROGRAM’S GRANTS COORDINATOR Victim Assistance Program, the leading expert in crisis intervention for victims of crime and trauma in Northeast Ohio, is seeking an experienced full time, exempt, Grants Coordinator who will work Monday through Friday, from 8am to 4pm. A resume and cover letter are required when applying. Please visit our website to apply! The Grants Coordinator will engage in strategic initiatives to secure funds through grant and foundation awards to achieve the agency’s annual strategic, programmatic, and budgetary goals. Grant & Foundation Submissions If you want to have a hand in securing a million dollars’ worth of funds to maintain and grow our agency, you must love to engage in research, follow sometimes tedious directions, be uber organized and detail oriented, and obviously have a knack for writing! • Writes clear, concise, content to depict a visual picture of the agency’s needs • Uses analytics to optimize content that drives measurable programmatic and financial goals • Develop and update language for renewal applications to reflect its current status • Research and apply for new state, local, and federal funding opportunities • Submit on average 3-7 new and/or renewal grant/foundation submissions per month • Establish ongoing professional relationships with local funders

For more information, visit: https://victimassistanceprogram.org/about-us/careers/

For more information, contact: mailto:cbrodzenski@victimassistanceprogram.org

President - Archbishop Hoban High School | Archbishop Hoban High School

Deadline: 04/30/2021

Position: President Position Summary: The Board of Directors of Archbishop Hoban High School invites applications for the position of president. The president will possess the experience, skills and personal attributes required to lead this dynamic, faith-based school community while exemplifying the authenticity, character and ethics expected in a leader of a highly-visible and trusted Catholic high school. Hoban is a Catholic, coeducational, college-preparatory high school sponsored by the Congregation of Holy Cross. Located in Akron, Ohio, the school was founded in 1953 and has a current enrollment of nearly 900 students. As a Holy Cross school, Hoban integrates a holistic educational approach to educating both the heart and the mind. The ideal candidate will be a practicing Catholic who understands and promotes Catholic education and can model the distinguishing charism, values and traditions of the Congregation of Holy Cross. He/she will have a record of success as an engaging, respected leader with proven experience in fundraising and building collaborative, effective teams to advance the school’s mission and reputation of excellence. Essential Functions & Responsibilities: •PROMOTE AND LEAD THE SCHOOL MISSION The president serves as an institutional leader. He/she will be expected to lead efforts to promote the school’s mission, growth, visibility and reputation by demonstrating consistent, thoughtful leadership and personal integrity. The president must be an effective and sincere communicator and representative of the school, exemplifying strong workplace and personal ethics and moral character. Leadership qualities must foster vision, trust, openness, creativity and respect. •ENSURE FISCAL RESPONSIBILITY Independent schools, especially those with tuition-driven budgets, understand how enrollment can dramatically influence the school’s budget. The next president must be conversant with contemporary enrollment and effective outreach strategies. Hoban is financially stable and supported by a Board that is committed to continued growth and fiscal responsibility. The president will collaborate with the Board of Directors and serve as a vigilant steward and leader in propelling the school forward and upward, ensuring its long-term financial viability with demonstrated results. •EXPAND FUNDRAISING CAPACITY The president will successfully expand Hoban’s donor base and alumni engagement. Hoban is a remarkable community with over 11,000 alumni worldwide and the capacity and passion to contribute to the future success of the school. Hoban’s new president will find a community receptive to supporting Hoban and its students. The president will take a lead role in attracting and engaging constituents and in meeting fundraising goals by identifying and cultivating donors capable of making transformative gifts. Compensation & Benefits: The projected compensation range for the chosen candidate will be competitive and in accordance with the background and experience of the candidate. Archbishop Hoban High School offers medical benefits, paid time off and retirement plan contributions. Archbishop Hoban High School invites qualified candidates to consider becoming part of our community by completing the non-teaching application at hoban.org. Candidates must include a cover letter, resume, names and contact information (telephone and email) of five references in a Word or PDF format. We fully respect the need for confidentiality of information supplied by candidates. Therefore, references will not be contacted until a later stage of the search and with formal permission of the candidate. The Hoban Presidential Search Committee will begin reviewing and evaluating applications as they are received and will continue to accept and review credentials until the position is filled. To ensure the fullest consideration, candidates are advised to submit materials by April 2, 2021. Our Mission: We are a Catholic high school in the Holy Cross Tradition. We celebrate our diversity, value each person and welcome one another with the hospitality of Christ. As a family of learners, anchored in gospel values, we empower each other to grow spiritually, develop intellectually and reach out in service to others. Within an innovative and orderly learning environment, we are committed to challenging each student in both heart and mind to be a compassionate individual, a lifelong learner, and a responsible steward of God's creation.

For more information, visit: http://www.hoban.org

For more information, contact: mailto:humanresources@hoban.org

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AFPNEO is committed to AFP’s principles of IDEA (Inclusion, Diversity, Equity and Access) and strives to be resourceful to diverse individuals, groups, organizations and activities.


AFP Northeast Ohio Chapter
© 2015-2021 AFPNEO.
All rights reserved.

Pam Valentine, President

PO Box 1286, Bath OH 44210
330-329-2472
Fax 330-315-0399
info@AFPNEO.org