Job Title: Fund Development Manager
Reports To: Executive Director
Anticipated Start: Fall 2019
Reporting to the Executive Director, and as an active and constructive participant of the staff team, the Fund Development Manager is responsible for the development, implementation, coordination and evaluation of a strategic fund development plan that will include a donor stewardship, corporate giving, and major planned giving program.
The Fund Development Manager is responsible for the delivery of fund development activities across the geographical area served by Hospice PEI, ensuring the engagement of the various local communities in supporting the needs of Hospice PEI services.
Fund Development Coordination
Develop, implement and evaluate a fund development plan and budget to meet established financial targets.
Develop, implement, coordinate and evaluate a major strategic fundraising campaign.
Develop, implement and evaluate a donor stewardship program for individual donors.
Develop, implement and evaluate major and planned giving programs.
Ensure that campaign participants, sponsors and donors are appropriately recognized for their contributions.
Develop, implement and evaluate a proactive promotional campaign in relation to Hospice PEI’s fund development activities in consultation with the Executive Director.
Establish and nurture partnerships which will result in support for fund development campaigns.
Consult with, and update, the Executive Director on all issues related to fund development issues.
Consulting with the Executive Director develop and maintain policies and procedures for the Fund Development program.
Plan and implement appropriate evaluation methods that examine the overall effectiveness of the Fund Development program, and respond to emerging needs, as identified in the evaluation.
Compile and submit quarterly reports/statistics as requested by the Executive Director.
Maintain confidential, accurate and current files which contain information about all
donor sources, and complete thorough, dated documentation for contacts with the
various current and prospective funding sources.
Maintain the confidentiality of all funders as outlined in the Confidentiality Policy.
Ensure compliance with all Hospice PEI, funder and governmental policies procedures and legislation.
Knowledge and Awareness
Maintain a current knowledge of Hospice PEI and its services and mandate.
Participate in appropriate professional development activities to enhance skills and
Contribute to the continued development of the position and respond to other duties as deemed appropriate by the Executive Director, in a mutually agreed upon manner.
Represent Hospice PEI on various related committees within the service area.
Health and Safety
Work in a safe manner and have a clear understanding of the responsibilities towards health and safety practices during each workday, and while on Hospice PEI’s business within the community.
Perform other related duties consistent with the job classification, as assigned.
Certificate, diploma or degree in fund development, event planning,communications,
marketing, public relations, volunteer resources, or other related discipline.
Previous experience with fund development activities (donor stewardship, corporate giving, major and planned giving, special events).
Previous experience in media relations and communications an asset.
Previous experience with a community-based organization and or not for profit organization.
Equivalent combinations of education and experience will be considered.
Skills, knowledge and Competencies
Excellent organizational, planning and time management skills, including the handling of multiple, concurrent issues and tasks.
Excellent verbal, written and listening communication skills, including successful proposal writing and public speaking.
Exceptional interpersonal skills.
Ability to work independently as well as in a team environment.
Ability to network and develop meaningful contacts within the community.
Computer literate, with thorough knowledge of the Microsoft Office Suite of software, Excel, One Drive.
Knowledge of other software programs relevant to maintaining data records.
Must have a valid class 5 driver’s license.
General duties within an office environment.
Delivery of special event activities within the community
Visits with individuals and groups throughout the community, and corporate/business offices.
Regular access to reliable and insured vehicle is required as there is travel throughout the province.
No special physical demands are required beyond those that are required for the performance of general duties.
Must be able and willing to work non-standard hours (i.e. weekends, evenings) as needed.
Job Type: Contract
Salary: $35,000.00 to $40,000.00 /year