|Food Bank Name
||Feeding South Florida
Pembroke Park, FL
||March 28, 2017
||Senior Community Investment Manager
||Senior Community Investment Manager position available in Pembroke Park, FL
- Responsible for raising a portion of the organization’s operating budget with a team of two direct reports, including the identification, solicitation, cultivation, and retention of corporate, foundation, individual, and major donors
- Manage and develop Community Investment Managers in each county as well as maintain own portfolio.
- With the VPCR, create, oversee, and implement community investment staff activities, including the establishment of best practices, standard operating procedures, and prospect/cultivation plans and schedules.
- With the VPCR, implement, manage, and evaluate the following programs: donor recognition and retention, planned giving, payroll giving, annual campaign, major gifts, others as identified
- Keep detailed, comprehensive and accurate records of contacts with all prospects and donors, following established protocols.
- Ensure gift processing occurs in a timely manner, as does recognition of all donations and grants.
- Ensure all phone calls, emails, letters, etc. are returned within 24 hours
- Maintain highly confidential information; i.e. budgets, salary information, as well as manage outside confidential information as it relates to donors or prospect gifts or capacity.
- Compile and report fundraising progress.
- Work seamlessly with other divisions within the Community Relations department to ensure open lines of communication and uniformity
- Ensure organization mission and vision remains at the forefront of daily activities
- Communicate regularly with the VPCR regarding staff related items and cultivation of individuals, corporations, and foundations for solicitation of funds and gifts in-kind.
- Other duties as assigned by the VPCR to complete organizational objectives.
The SCIM will be thoroughly be committed to FSF’s strategy, mission and culture. All candidates should have demonstrated leadership, coaching and relationship management experience, with strong demonstrated success managing a variety of community relationships.
- Bachelor’s Degree required; Master’s Degree and CFRE certification; preferred.
- At least 5 years of recent, consistent, and demonstrated fundraising experience with the ability to engage a wide range of stakeholders including advisory groups, coalitions, forums, trade associations, foundations, corporations, individuals, and grant-making organizations.
- At least 3 years of management experience with a varied demographic of direct reports, as well as phases of organizational development including phases of growth
- Robust knowledge of donor psychology, demographics, and each county in FSF’s service area
- Must have working knowledge and ability to utilize a database for prospecting and fundraising, preferably Donor Quest, Raiser’s Edge, or Salesforce, Proficiency with Microsoft Office applications.
- Knowledge of community leaders, corporations, and influential decision makers in quad-county service area.
- Ability to work effectively in collaboration with diverse groups of people.
- Impeccable integrity, positive attitude, mission-driven and self-directed with demonstrated passion for FSF’s mission and commitment to working collaboratively with a management team of senior professionals.
- Solid judgment and apparent leadership skills.
- A team player, who can relate and operate effectively with peers and other associates within a collegial, yet demanding, work environment
- An individual who is able to handle a variety of constituencies, manage multiple tasks simultaneously and thrive in a complex environment with the multiple priorities.
- Strong analytical skills; basic business intuition, common sense, and strong work ethic
- Willingness and ability to support events, other departments, and coordinator-level work as necessary.
- Experience with capital campaigns is a plus.
- Must maintain a valid Driver’s License and an insured, reliable personal vehicle
PHYSICAL DEMANDS & WORKING CONDITIONS
- Based on OSHA Standards Lifting requirements are 50lbs and when lifting loads heavier than 50lbs, use two or more people to lift the load.
- This position works in a typical office setting. There may be extended periods of sitting, standing and/or bending; listening, talking and/or visual concentration; writing and/or computer use.
- After business hours work is required occasionally throughout the year.
- Frequent travel between quad-county area is required.
- Occasional same day, and overnight out of town travel for meeting, conferences and special events is required.
- Involves activities in both office and warehouse environments with exposure to the climate and South Florida weather.
- The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate.
- United Healthcare HMO fully covered for employee
- NPOS Plan available for a nominal out-of-pocket cost to employee
- $15,000 worth of coverage at no cost to employee
ACCESS PROVIDED TO THE FOLLOWING:
- Dental | United Healthcare DMO and PPO Plan
- Vision | VSP
- Life Insurance | UNUM (Additional coverage and short-term options available)
- Aflac Voluntary Benefits:
- Critical Care
- Hospital Advantage
- Accident Indemnity Plan
- Cancer Plan
- Short Term Disability
- Flexible Spending Account
- Health Care | Minimum $200 - Maximum $2,600 per calendar year
- Dependent Care | Minimum $200 – Maximum $5,000 per calendar year
OTHER BENEFITS PROVIDED:
- 401K * Paid Time Off - 136 hours (17 days) for 1-5 years of employment - 176 hours (22 days) for 5+ years of employment
- Federal holidays off
- Monthly cell phone reimbursement
All benefits are subject to change upon prior notice to employees
||June 28, 2017
|How to Apply
All interested and qualified candidates should submit their resume, salary requirements, and writing samples to firstname.lastname@example.org. No phone calls please.
|About the Organization
Feeding South Florida’s mission is to end hunger in South Florida by providing immediate access to nutritious food, leading hunger and poverty advocacy efforts, and transforming lives through innovative programming and education.
The Senior Community Investment Manager (SCIM) is responsible for executing the fundraising strategies and activities that ensure a $7 million operating budget that is supported through Community Investment division of the department. This position ensures the financial advancement of Feeding South Florida (FSF) by providing support for fundraising activities as they relate to corporations, foundations, individuals, major gifts, and planned giving. This position will build and maintain strong working relationships with direct reports and within the community, working under the supervision of the Vice President of Community Relations (VPCR) to ensure the development and sustainability of a robust fundraising program.