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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Director of Development and Marketing | United Way of Portage County

Deadline: 02/29/2020

OVERVIEW The Director of Development and Marketing is responsible for leading the annual giving, special events and development activities and marketing of the United Way Portage County (UWPC). Please follow the link to view full description https://tinyurl.com/rsd39yt Please submit resume/CV to billc@uwportage.org

For more information, visit: https://tinyurl.com/rsd39yt

For more information, contact: mailto:billc@uwportage.org

Executive Director | The Portage Foundation

Deadline: 03/01/2020

POSITION Executive Director - The Portage Foundation, Kent, OH OVERVIEW Established in 1997, The Portage Foundation is a community foundation serving Portage County, Ohio and the region. KEY RESPONSIBILITIES •Community and Organizational Leadership •Fund Development •Events •Grant Making •Scholarship Administration •Marketing/Image Enhancement •Special Projects •Strategic Planning •Board of Trustees Engagement The Executive Director is responsible for overall administration of all Foundation operations. REQUIREMENTS •Bachelor’s degree or higher. •Demonstrated success with fundraising, fund development and maintenance. and financial management. •Experience with community leaders and multi-level donors. •Excellent communication and public speaking skills. SALARY Salary is aligned with community foundations with assets <$10 million and will be commensurate with candidate’s experience. TO APPLY Send cover letter, resume and three references to: E-Mail: info@portagefoundation.org OR U.S Mail: The Portage Foundation Executive Director Search Committee 138 E. Main St. - Suite 201C Kent, OH 44240 For more information about the foundation visit: http://www.portagefoundation.org For more information about the position e-mail: lfergason@portagefoundation.org Subject: Executive Director Search

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

For more information, contact: mailto:info@portagefoundation,org

Director of Development | Canton Symphony Orchestra

Deadline: 03/13/2020

SUMMARY DESCRIPTION: Overall executive responsibility for planning, initiating, implementing, and supporting all contributed income from individuals, corporations, foundations, and public agencies, including unrestricted and restricted operating support, endowment, fundraising benefits, and capital improvements. Also responsible for volunteer support groups and for supporting CSO Board development and involvement. Will work closely with the President & CEO on long-range planning and with the Marketing Manager. MAJOR ACTIVITIES: Responsible for the development, management, and implementation of an overall fundraising program including: • Plan and oversee donor cultivation and stewardship events including fundraising benefits, pre/post-concert receptions, and others • Lead the execution of annual fund solicitation including messaging, mail process, tracking donations, and sending acknowledgements annual fund campaigns • Solicit sponsorships from individuals, corporations and foundations • Develop and manage endowment campaigns and planned giving programs • Support other programs as developed PROCESSES AND DUTIES: • Plan and serve as primary staff member for all pre and post-concert events, donor receptions and fundraising events • Producing timely and accurate progress reports and analysis • Budgetary control of all development expenses • Maintain close relationship with finance office to ensure accuracy in financial reports, making sure all are consistent with the CSO general ledger • Maintain computer database of all donors • Maintain effective donor communications, including the Annual Meeting and celebration of special occasions for the CSO • Work with President and Chair of the Board to meaningfully involve CSO trustees, and to identify and develop new trustees with the Board Governance Committee • Participates with the President, Chair of the Board, staff and CSO trustees in ongoing long-range planning leading to the identification of funding priorities. • Oversees the ongoing development of volunteer organizations supporting CSO. • Other duties as assigned POSITION REQUIREMENTS: 1. Bachelor’s Degree plus five years’ experience fundraising, preferably in the Arts, including experience coordinating and supporting volunteers 2. Outstanding computer, written and spoken communication skills. 3. Strong leadership, management, and organizational skills, along with the ability to adapt when necessary to changing needs of the organization. Great sense of humor and interpersonal skills. 4. Strong planning, conceptual, and analytic skills, including the specific ability to analyze giving and market data and trends to help determine policies, strategies, and programs to enhance the long-term financial integrity of CSO 5. High degree of creativity in problem solving. Good knowledge of classical music and extraordinary ability to advocate the cause and benefits of the Canton Symphony Orchestra.

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

For more information, contact: mailto:mmullaly@cantonsymphony.org

Development Coordinator | Akron Art Museum

Deadline: 03/31/2020

Development Coordinator Full time / Monday thru Friday 8:45-5:15 / 37.5 hours Enjoy an exciting, casual and flexible work environment at one of Akron, Ohio’s premier art centers Responsibilities include: · Processing all memberships and contributions · Maintaining database, creating reports, performing research and data analysis · Assisting with monitoring membership benefits · Assisting with planning and implementing member and fundraising events · Providing clerical support and assistance to the Advancement Department High school graduate. Database management and reporting skills are essential. Good interpersonal, verbal and writing skills. Experience working with donors/volunteers preferred. We offer health, dental and vision after 1st month, paid STD, LTD and life Insurance, retirement plan, PTO after 90 days, 8 paid holidays Free parking, discount at gift shop and cafe, free/discount admission to events, free/discounted membership at other NE Ohio museums, zoos and attractions. Come join us! The Akron Art Museum, dedicated to enriching lives through modern and contemporary art, showcases regional, national and international art created since 1850. The museum’s collection is presented in a spectacular facility designed by Viennese architectural firm Coop Himmelb(l)au and includes over 5,500 works of art, with a strong focus on contemporary painting, sculpture and photography. Nearly a dozen exhibitions each year present prominent artists in various media including painting, sculpture, photography, video, design and glass. In addition to its ever-changing collection and exhibitions, the museum offers many opportunities to Live Creative through programs that include films and video, lectures, workshops, tours and concerts. Send cover letter and resume to HR@akronartmuseum.org EOE

For more information, visit: http://akronartmuseum.org/employment

For more information, contact: mailto:HR@akronartmuseum.org

Senior Regional Development Executive | Coleman Professional Services

Deadline: 04/01/2020

Working with the Chief Officer/Resource Development & Marketing, the Sr. Regional Development Executive will be responsible for creating strategies to solicit donations from individuals, organizations, and corporatations in support of a nonprofit organization providing mental health services to the public. The main focus of the development executive is the identification, engagement, cultivation, solicitation, and recognition of philanthropy at the major gift ($10,000+) level. The successful candidate will be a self-motivated, results-oriented professional with strong organizational skills who possesses: • A professional, confident and driven work style with a competitive spirit • An outgoing personality; outstanding oral and written communication skills, with the ability to present a compelling case to a variety of constituents • Strong public speaking ability • Ability to interface, engage, collaborate with, and motivate diverse volunteer and donor groups • A high level of perseverance and resourcefulness in the face of challenges. Key duties include: 1. Developing and managing a portfolio of potential individual and corporate major gift donors and prospects. 2. Working with resource development staff and volunteer leadership to coordinate signature fundraising and recognition events and an annual giving program. 3. Communicating fundraising goals effectively and engaging organization staff, volunteers and volunteer Board members in fundraising activities. 4. Encouraging, explaining, and soliciting opportunities for planned giving. 5. Meeting or exceeding attainment goals established together with organizational leadership. Must have a BA. 3-5 years direct fundraising experience is required, preferably in major gift fundraising. CFRE or CFRM is highly desirable. Knowledge of fundraising strategies, donor database software, and donor relations unique to the nonprofit sector is a plus. Benefits options include health, life, pension, paid time off, and more. Qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability or protected veteran status.

For more information, visit: http://colemanservices.org/careers

For more information, contact: mailto:careers@colemanservices.org

Special Events & Fundraising Manager | Junior Achievement of North Central Ohio

Deadline: 04/15/2020

About the Organization: The mission of Junior Achievement is to empower young people to own their economic success through financial literacy, workforce readiness and entrepreneurship education. Primary Responsibilities: Organize and execute JANCO special events to exceed financial goals while building awareness for JA’s mission. Work independently and with the Director of Development to cultivate relationships with new community and corporate leaders to increase participation at JANCO’s special events and grow corporate giving. Develop and implement unique fundraising strategies related to special events while coaching event volunteers and coordinators to achieve their fundraising goals. Assist in securing and coordinating all appropriate permits and licensing prior to events. Responsible for establishing and executing all event logistics. This includes leadership and oversight for all event production from planning, invitations, and programs/brochures to wrap-up (timelines, meetings, staffing, run of show, etc.) Coordinate with the Director of Development to ensure that JANCO events do not exceed budgetary goals by monitoring event expenses, and by identifying potential underwriting/sponsorships and in-kind donations. Manage and ensure that all JANCO event sponsorship deliverables are executed per the sponsorship agreements and steward all sponsor relationships in order to secure sponsorship renewals. Identify and solicit prospects for in-kind donations to support JANCO’s operations and events by reducing expenses, and providing prizes and experiences to improve the JA event experience. Plan and task all timelines for each event and work with team members to establish an event calendar. Identify, supervise, train and manage event volunteers at all JANCO special events. Assist in the implementation and management of the annual individual giving campaign. Other duties as identified by supervisor.

For more information, visit: https://tinyurl.com/vawu2x5

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

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and strives to be resourceful to diverse individuals, groups, organizations and activities.

AFP Northeast Ohio Chapter | © 2015-2020 AFPNEO. All rights reserved.

Paula Mastroianni, President

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

 

 

Ten Star Chapter

 

Friends of Diversity Award

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
© 2015-2020 AFPNEO.
All rights reserved.

Paula Mastroianni, President |
pmastroianni@starklibrary.org

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

 

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