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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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

Director of Fundraising | National Inventors Hall of Fame

Deadline: 04/30/2020

The National Inventors Hall of Fame (NIHF) is looking for a full time Director of Fundraising to join their team in an exciting time of organizational growth and development. The role reports directly to the Chief Strategic Officer (CSO) and is responsible for philanthropic revenue to support the organization’s nonprofit mission to inspire emerging creators and entrepreneurs through our education programs and honor the history of innovation through our museum and Hall of Fame Inductees. The Director of Fundraising will lead a dedicated team of fundraisers to provide the necessary vision, leadership, and fundraising skills which will enable the organization to achieve its fundraising goals. S/he will have substantial fundraising and management experience, a talent for building relationships, and a proven track record in securing support from foundations, corporations, government, and individual donors.

For more information, visit: http://https://www.invent.org/about-us/careers

For more information, contact: mailto:rlafountain@invent.org

Development Coordinator | The Village of St. Edward

Deadline: 05/01/2020

The Village of St. Edward is a not-for-profit organization that supports each person as a valued member of this community. We foster a compassionate environment by promoting excellence in service and a community of belonging with Christ-centered care. With continued growth of 3 campuses, we are seeking an individual who is Committed, Kind, Knowledgeable and Respectful to assume the Development Coordinator to be part of our excellent Team! SUMMARY OF POSITION In accordance with the mission and values of The Village of St. Edward, under direction of the Vice President of Development, the Development Coordinator is responsible for assisting with the organization and execution of fundraising efforts for The Village of St. Edward. The Development Coordinator is responsible for performing, supporting, and promoting activities to ensure exceptional record keeping and stewardship of donors, grantors, and sponsors as well as ensuring that all fundraising and donor activities elevate financial support for and awareness of The Village of St. Edward’s mission. The Development Coordinator produces accurate and timely marketing & communications pieces and participates in the coordination and execution of programs and special events. Assists in planning and execution of fund development strategies and programs. Manages content and writes portions of the monthly resident newsletters Manages and writes content of bi-annual Foundation newsletter and monthly constituent e-newsletters Manages print production of marketing and communications (i.e. newsletters) Assists in development of content for marketing and communications Identifies, cultivates, solicits and stewards annual fund donors including annual fund appeals Manages grant writing including research, proposal writing and collaboration with other departments Assists in fundraising events Assists with donor recognition programs and events Assists in identification of Planned Giving prospects and Planned Giving initiatives Demonstrates effective techniques for providing open, professional communications with residents, families, donors, vendors and staff. Communicates with and listens to the residents, families, donors, vendors, staff and interdisciplinary team in a concise, tactful and considerate manner. Performs other duties as assigned Requirements: Bachelor’s degree and 2-3 years’ experience in fundraising, relationship management, marketing/communications, non-profit and/or long term care is highly regarded. Ability to problem-solve, work collaboratively on joint projects and individually as needed. Strong organizational skills, with strong ability to set priorities and manage multiple detail-oriented tasks. Excellent written and verbal communication skills, and ability to develop engaging content with creativity and purpose. Excellent writing, presentation, persuasion and listening skills; must be able to confidently speak in front of a group Strong writing, editing, proofreading and layout/design skills are essential. High degree of problem-solving abilities. Superior project, time and organizational management skills. Flexibility with changes in task and priorities along with using sound judgment. Able to multitask and manage multiple projects while meeting deadlines. Wide degree of creativity and attention to detail. Self-motivated, self-starter, and team player with a positive and professional approach to management. Experienced with MS Office and working knowledge of fundraising software preferred. Effective communication including verbal, written, and presentation to varied audiences Must have valid driver’s license and proof of auto insurance. Must be able to travel between locations (local). Be a team player and exude our culture The Village of St. Edward offers: A kind and welcoming work environment Competitive wages with regular analyses Generous Paid Time Off Educational Reimbursement and Certification Reimbursement Developmental Training Opportunities Community Involvement Events Employee Recognition Programs 403b (with a generous employer match) Life Insurance and Short Term Disability Ride Share Program Employee Emergency Fund program Cell phone discounts as well as others And More! Feel good about the work you do!

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

For more information, contact: mailto:Vondea.Sheaffer@vased.org

Vice President of Development & Communication | Stan Hywet Hall & Gardens

Deadline: 05/30/2020

The Vice President of Development & Communication is a full-time position which oversees the planning, development, implementation and management of effective marketing strategies and fundraising activities including membership, annual fund, sponsorship and special projects in order that Stan Hywet Hall & Gardens can attain its financial goals. This position serves as a senior liaison to the community and represents Stan Hywet Hall & Gardens at various civic, corporate and professional organizations. Qualified candidate must have the ability to relate to persons of all ages, backgrounds, skills and abilities and must have the ability to interact easily with board members, community organizations, government entities and volunteers. Excellent verbal and written communication skills, and a working knowledge of planned giving or deferred giving configurations and options are expected. A Bachelor’s degree in a relevant field and 5 years or more executive development experience with demonstrated success in fundraising is required. A Master’s degree and marketing leadership experience is preferred. Familiarity with CRM systems is desirable.

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

For more information, contact:

Vice President of Institutional Advancement | Archbishop Hoban High School

Deadline: 06/30/2020

Position: Vice President of Institutional Advancement Position Summary: Archbishop Hoban High School seeks an entrepreneurial executive to join its leadership team as Vice President of Institutional Advancement (VPIA). This full-time position, which reports directly to the President, is responsible for developing strategic relationships with school leadership, faculty, staff, and all constituent groups to advance the culture of philanthropy at Hoban. The VPIA is the primary strategic architect of a comprehensive program for institutional growth in fundraising; constituent relationship development; data management and analysis; marketing, branding, and communications. The position has direct oversight for growing revenue-generating activity across campus to ensure a viable and sustainable future for the school. Hoban has so much to be proud of; and the new VPIA will help accentuate that message, enhance the school’s visibility, and build upon its strong reputation. Position Responsibilities: • Provide visionary leadership and strategic direction for the advancement program and manage all fundraising initiatives for the annual fund, alumni/parent engagements, capital improvements, financial aid, estate and planned giving, and the endowment. • Plan, coordinate, and implement a comprehensive advancement and constituent relations program that broadens Hoban’s donor base and progressively increases revenue generation. Work closely with the President and the Advancement Committee to set clearly-defined and data-driven fundraising goals. • Coordinate with the President’s Office to maximize School leadership’s time and attention on external relations activities and fundraising priorities. • Develop and maintain a yearly calendar and timetable for annual giving, special events, donor relations, corporate and foundation relations, and planned giving. • Structure advancement office positions and hire according to industry best practices and appropriate to the changing face of philanthropy. • Lead and mentor talented advancement team members who are focused on the ultimate goal of significantly increasing constituent involvement and revenue-generating outcomes. Ensure appropriate assignments of projects and adequate support for performance of duties. Measure progress of all fundraising objectives and evaluate staff based on key performance indicators. • Organize and direct the process of donor management through qualification, cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship; play a hands-on role in each stage for all in the portfolio. • Communicate the need for funding beyond tuition and the extensive benefits of supporting Hoban’s mission and operations through unrestricted annual giving. • Implement and solicit support for financial aid and outright gifts in support of the long-term growth of the endowment. • Implement and solicit support for financial aid and outright gifts in support and long-term growth of the endowment to assist the School in meeting its development goal of providing affordable, excellent education in the tradition of Holy Cross. • Foster a spirit of union among alumni; sustain an effective relationship between Hoban and its alumni through engagement opportunities and events. • Oversee the strategy and output of the institutional marketing and communications team and is responsible for a strong and vibrant public and internal profile. Coordinate appropriate communications with all parts of the school community regarding the activities and progress of the advancement program. • Prepare and monitor the annual budgets for advancement and marketing; report regularly to the Board of Directors on progress in fundraising and endowment growth. Qualifications: • Commitment to Hoban’s mission as a Catholic, college preparatory school in the tradition of Holy Cross. • Expertise in the key components of a strategic, comprehensive advancement program. • Proficiency in advancement best practices and current with solicitation trends. • A proven track record of major gift fundraising and successful outreach activity. • Ability to match school needs with the philanthropic passions and goals of benefactors. • Intimate knowledge of prospect research and management. • An understanding of planned giving instruments and endowment protocols. • Significant experience and success in office and personnel management. • Superior written and oral communication skills. • Highly organized with the ability to manage multiple priorities simultaneously. • Ability to travel extensively. Education and Experience: • Bachelor’s degree required; Master’s degree preferred. • 5 to 7 years of development experience in a non-profit setting. • 2 to 3 years of direct management experience. • Independent school fundraising experience a plus. • Some accounting experience and ability to develop and interpret financial statements. • Familiarity with donor and prospect management software, particularly Raiser’s Edge. • Proficient in Microsoft Office software, including PowerPoint, Excel, and Word. Salary and Benefits: • Highly competitive and commensurate with experience. • 12-month salaried position. • Anticipated start date on or about July, 1st 2020. • Comprehensive benefits package; medical, dental, vision and life insurance (effective date of hire), vacation, sick and personal time, 401k match and additional school contribution. We invite qualified candidates to consider becoming part of our community by submitting a resume and cover letter with demonstrative examples of fundraising successes to humanresources@hoban.org. Posting will remain open until filled. 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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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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