The Alzheimer's Association, Central and North Florida Chapter, is seeking a dynamic, effective, customer-focused Director of Development.
This position will provide management level leadership for the development, oversight, execution and monitoring of a diversified comprehensive chapter development plan that is aligned with the Chapter's strategic plan.
Essential Job Functions
Budget, plan and execute comprehensive fundraising campaigns, annual and long-term development plans;
Identify, cultivate and solicit major donors ($10,000 +) in conjunction with CEO and national Major Gifts officer;
Identify, cultivate and solicit intermediate gift donors at $1000-$10,000 level;
Provide management level leadership for development and execution of the chapter's fundraising programs including mass market events, relationship events, corporate and foundation relations, planned giving, third party events and other fundraising initiatives;
Recruit, train, supervise and coach chapter development staff and volunteers, including liaison with board on development initiatives. This individual will lead the development team as well as serve on the Chapter's senior management team and reports to the CEO.
Bachelor's degree required; CFRE preferred;
5-7 years leadership experience in fundraising; with familiarity with mass market events, successful track record in major gift cultivation and solicitation;
3-5 years supervisory experience with professional staff and volunteers;
Extensive experience in strategic planning, budget development and management;
Excellent writing, public speaking and interpersonal skills.
Some travel, evenings and weekends required.
Please submit letter of interest, resume, writing sample and salary requirements by Friday, January 16, 2015 via e-mail to: email@example.com
Or mail resume and cover letter to:
Send resume to: Alzheimer's Association, Central and North Florida 2180 West State Road 434 Suite 1100 Longwood, FL 32779
We are an Affirmative Action, Equal Opportunity Employer
and we appreciate your interest in the Alzheimer's Association.