AFPNEO Jobs Board

The AFP Northeast Ohio Chapter offers this job posting service for its members.

To post a job announcement, complete the Jobs Form.

Job postings must be related to fundraising, development, and/or nonprofit management (executive director, program director, etc.).

All job listings will be posted in a biweekly update sent to our listserv of more than 1,000 nonprofit and fundraising professionals. To register for these announcements, click here.

Members may post at no cost.

Cost for non-members is $50 per posting.

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Email: info@afpneo.org

Coordinator, Fund Development | Girl Scouts NEO

Deadline: 10/31/2019

Coordinator, Fund Development Coordinator, Fund Development (FT) - Macedonia, OH Position Summary: The Coordinator, Fund Development provides administrative support for the Fund Development Department for all fund raising and development related events and tasks. Assists with fund raising activities including donor relations, fundraising and donor appreciation and cultivation events, and other fund development activities. Provides administrative support for donor database, mailings, meeting coordination and logistics, donor acknowledgments, and recognition. Responds to all inquiries in a high quality, customer friendly and efficient manner that will yield overall donor satisfaction and ensure a professional image of the organization. Responsible for data management and reporting for the Fund Development Department and maintaining strict confidentiality regarding donor records. Major Accountabilities: Responsible for creating and maintaining records in DonorPerfect database. Design, develop, and produce reports and analyses through queries and report manipulation by assimilating data from database and other sources. Provide staff support to meetings. Responsible for accuracy of all mailing lists composed of donors, prospects, Alumnae and other specific target groups. Responsible for maintaining an effective fund development data management system to ensure accurate donor acknowledgement. Assist with design and mailings of all fundraising appeals, annual reports, newsletters, invitations and other donor correspondence. Performs advanced confidential duties requiring a broad knowledge of the organization's policies, operating procedures, equipment, and DonorPerfect software application. Makes follow-up calls to volunteers, Alumnae, prospects and donors. Assists with events organized by the Fund Development Department and GSNEO. Researches and maintains files on donors and prospects. Additional responsibilities as assigned by Director of Fund Development Requirements: Bachelor’s degree and/or a combination of related work experience. Experience with fund development software required (e.g.DonorPerfect/Raiser’s Edge, etc.) Computer literacy and technical facility with MSOffice products including Word, Excel and PowerPoint, constituent management databases (e.g., Salesforce), website management and web-based applications. Proven office administrative experience. Excellent customer service skills. Commitment to inclusiveness. Knowledge of the Girl Scout program preferred

For more information, visit: https://www.gsneo.org/en/our-council/forms-and-documents/coordinator-fund-development.html

For more information, contact: mailto:Deborah Shropshire

Development Director | Conservancy for Cuyahoga Valley National Park

Deadline: 11/08/2019

Be part of something special! Conservancy for Cuyahoga Valley National Park has an immediate opportunity to add an experienced professional to our development team. The successful candidate will manage the day to day operations of the development office and staff, and assist the Chief Development Officer in the advancement of the Conservancy’s strategic development initiatives. View the complete job posting by visiting the Conservancy's website. Minimum Qualifications: -Bachelor’s degree in Marketing, Communications, Non-profit Management, Business, English or related field of study. -Five to ten years’ experience in development, fundraising, and/or marketing with proven success in raising funds and managing a successful development department. -Proven success in development for medium sized or larger non-profit organization. -Previous experience in raising funds from individuals, corporations, and foundations. -Previous experience in planning, leading and managing development and marketing projects, including coordinating with peers to achieve desired outcomes, and tracking and reporting on progress to senior management. -An entrepreneurial spirit with proven success in taking initiative. -Personal skills and success with deepening relationships with donors and ability to forge new relationships. -Skilled in creating powerful, compelling written and oral communications and an ability to convey complex ideas through brief, simple materials. -Effective at working with others to reach common goals and objectives. -Experience with convincing others to accept ideas, ability to create win-win situations and skill in responding to key stakeholders. -Experience with Raiser’s Edge and an understanding of how to use and manage it effectively. -All employees of the Conservancy are required to pass a background check prior to the start of employment.

For more information, visit: https://www.conservancyforcvnp.org/about/employment/

For more information, contact: mailto:apply@forcvnp.org

Manager of Institutional Giving | Conservancy for Cuyahoga Valley National Park

Deadline: 11/08/2019

Be part of something special! Conservancy for Cuyahoga Valley National Park has an immediate requirement to add an experienced professional to our development team. The successful candidate will manage fundraising activities with foundations, corporations, and government entities. In this newly designed position, the Manager of Institutional Giving will work with the Chief Development Officer and other members of our professional development team to achieve and exceed our established goals. This position will play a key role in our record of continued success. If interested in being part of a professional, passionate, and highly motivated team you are encouraged to apply. View the complete job posting by visiting the Conservancy's website. Minimum Qualifications:-All employees of the Conservancy are required to pass a background check prior to the start of employment.-Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience.-Minimum of five years’ experience in nonprofit institutional giving, or with proven institutional experience, capacity to learn and implement a complex institutional giving program. -Proven experience cultivating, soliciting, and stewarding foundation, corporate and governmental entities. -Superior interpersonal, oral and written communication skills. -Excellent skills with online grant applications as well as office technology and information systems (including Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint) and Raiser’s Edge database or similar software.

For more information, visit: https://www.conservancyforcvnp.org/about/employment/

For more information, contact: mailto:apply@forcvnp.org

Major Gifts Officer | Ashland University

Deadline: 11/16/2019

Position Title: Major Gifts Officer Department: Institutional Advancement Position Summary Ashland University’s Institutional Advancement Department is seeking a seasoned Major Gifts Officer to join its team of talented fundraisers. The Major Gifts Officer is part of a team of professionals whose primary responsibility is the identification, cultivation, solicitation and stewardship of a portfolio of individual prospects including alumni, parents and friends of Ashland University. The Major Gifts Officer manages relationships, develops and implements strategies, and is responsible for moving prospects through all phases of the fundraising process for generating financial support. The MGO will work with prospective donors to determine their philanthropic interests related to Ashland University’s fundraising goals. She/he will collaborate with faculty and staff to engage prospects and to develop and implement cultivation and solicitation plans. The MGO should have a demonstrated interest in higher education and is expected to develop a deep knowledge of college’s offerings. The MGO must also have demonstrated experience soliciting and securing 6 and 7 figure gifts from assigned donors. This position requires a person who is self-driven, and can work both independently and as a team member with other fundraising professionals and campus leaders in a fast-paced environment with the ability to prioritize and manage multiple tasks effectively and efficiently. National and local travel as well as night and weekend work is required. For the right candidate, this position may be a telecommuting position, working remotely from home and reporting to the main campus in Ashland, OH.

For more information, visit: https://www.ashland.edu/administration/content/major-gift-officer-institutional-advancement

For more information, contact: mailto:rburkett@ashland.edu

Development Officer | Summa Health

Deadline: 11/20/2019

Development Officer I-Foundation Relations Summa Health System-Akron Campus Summa Foundation Summa Health System is recognized as one of the region’s top employers by a number of third party organizations, including NorthCoast 99. Exceptional candidates gravitate to Summa because of its culture, passion for delivering excellent service to our patients and families commitment to our philosophy of servant leadership, collegial working relationships at every level of the organization and competitive pay and benefits. Summary: The Development Officer, Foundation Relations is responsible for establishing and maintaining foundation relationships and managing grant submissions including all research, grant writing, cultivation and stewardship activities. Minimum Qualifications: Formal Education Required: -Bachelor’s Degree in communications or related field. Experience & Training Required: -Minimum three to five years prior communications, public relations, nonprofit or similar work experience. Experience in foundation relations and grant writing, fundraising database software (Raiser’s Edge or similar fundraising software preferred) -Computer experience with proficiency in Excel, MS Word, Powerpoint, and Adobe suite experience preferred. Other Skills, Competencies and Qualifications: -Strong project management skills and ability to manage several projects simultaneously. -Understand how various roles, responsibilities and players, both internal and external, contribute to the mission of the organization. -Ability to work cooperatively and effectively with others to set goals, resolve problems, and make decisions that enhance organizational effectiveness. -Approaches new ideas or challenges with a sense of possibility, openness, and positively. -Proven track record in planning and achieving short-term and long-term goals and can communicate information about progress toward goals with supervisor and the team and ability to take direction from multiple leaders. -Excellent interpersonal skills and can build relationships with colleagues across roles, and teams, demonstrating a commitment to collaboration. -A team player who expresses genuine interest in the team’s well-being, and proactively models organizational customs, beliefs, and values. -Ability to work with a diverse population and a variety of stakeholders and audiences including colleagues, donors and volunteers. -Exceptional communication and organizational skills. Level of Physical Demands: Sedentary: Exerts up to ten pounds of force occasionally and/or a negligible amount of force frequently.

For more information, visit: http://www.summahealth.org/careers

For more information, contact: mailto:vojtkofskya@summahealth.org

Program Manager | Summa Health

Deadline: 11/20/2019

Program Manager, Donor Outreach Summa Health System-Foundation Full-time, w/benefits Akron, Ohio Summa Health System is recognized as one of the region’s top employers by a number of third party organizations, including NorthCoast 99. Exceptional candidates gravitate to Summa because of its culture, passion for delivering excellent service to our patients and families commitment to our philosophy of servant leadership, collegial working relationships at every level of the organization and competitive pay and benefits. Summary: Designs and executes a comprehensive donor outreach and communications program that appropriately and consistently promotes interaction with and recognition of donors at all levels, contributes to cultivation and solicitation of future gifts, and sustains positive and mutually-rewarding relations between Summa Health and its donors. Works with System Director of Development to develop communication strategies for the Foundation that maximize gifts for priorities of Summa Health. Serves as the manager of development and campaign communications. Minimum Qualifications: Formal Education Required: -Bachelor’s degree in marketing, communications, or related field. -Advanced Degree in non-profit management, marketing, communications, or closely related field, preferred. Experience and Training Required: -Seven (7) years of experience in development communications with increasingly responsible experience with proven track record of successful project management. -Three (3) years of previous supervisory experience, with preference for supervision of a fundraising program, or related experience. Other Skills, Competencies and Qualifications: -Excellent organizational, interpersonal, verbal and written communication skills -Ability to manage multi-phase projects from inception to completion, including the ability to build consensus among team members and balance multiple concurrent priorities. -Ability to work independently and as part of a team -Must be detail oriented, well organized, focused and goal-oriented, with a high level of initiative and energy, is essential, as well as adept at problem solving and using judgment in situations requiring independent initiative and tact. -Ability to communicate with all levels of the organizational and external publics and have the ability to develop, nurture and maintain donor and volunteer relationships -Ability to work independently and accurately within general policy guidelines, attention to detail, creative problem solving, ability to prioritize work, handle multiple projects and meet deadlines -Ability to create gift solicitation materials in an effective and attractive manner, positively motivate and direct campaign volunteers and work in a team based environment -Skill in computer software (Microsoft Office, Word, Publisher, Raiser’s Edge, or other relational database) is desirable or the willingness to acquire necessary competence -Population Specific Competency: Ability to effectively interact with populations of patients/customers with an understanding of their needs for self-respect and dignity. Level of Physical Demands: -Sedentary: Exerts up to ten pounds of force occasionally and/or a negligible amount of force frequently.

For more information, visit: http://www.summahealth.org/careers

For more information, contact: mailto:vojtkofskya@summahealth.org

Ten Star ChapterFriends of Diversity Award

AFP Northeast Ohio Chapter | © 2015-2019 AFPNEO. All rights reserved.

Vondea Sheaffer, President | Vondea.Sheaffer@vased.org

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

 

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Ten Star Chapter

 

Friends of Diversity Award

AFP Northeast Ohio Chapter
© 2015-2019 AFPNEO.
All rights reserved.

Vondea Sheaffer, President
Vondea.Sheaffer@vased.org

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

 

Designed & hosted by
Jacq Connect