The Alzheimer's Association, West Texas Chapter, is seeking an Associate Development Director to provide management level leadership for the development, oversight and execution of a diversified comprehensive development plan in accordance with Association's strategic plan.
This is full time, benefits eligible position located in Lubbock, TX.
Essential Job Functions
Provide management level leadership for development and implementation of the West Texas Chapter's fundraising programs to ensure a diverse revenue stream such as: annual campaigns, memorials, corporate sponsorship and other corporate gifts, major and planned gifts and special events in Lubbock, TX
Self -starter and able to work without direct supervision
Collaborate with the Director and staff members on prospective donor cultivation, solicitation strategies and actions to maximize fund-development opportunities.
Develop fundraising goals for special events, recruit corporate sponsors to support special events, plan and direct all logistical aspects of special events to achieve minimum growth including but not limited to Walk to End Alzheimer's
Plan and execute special events in Lubbock and other assigned territories to include solicitation of sponsors, ticket sales, marketing and logistics including but not limited to Walk to End Alzheimer's
Build understanding for the Alzheimer's Association, its research, programs and services in all communications with current and potential donors.
Responsible to supervise, mentor, evaluate and support fundraising staff.
Responsible for recruitment, training, supervision and coaching of high impact volunteers, including volunteer leaders, who will assist the organization in increasing concern and awareness and growing revenue.
Focus on cultivating new prospects to include diverse business sectors, community partnerships and individual relationships
Cultivate current donors in the areas of major gifts, planned giving and corporations to advocate for the chapter.
Maintain local contributed revenue budget and event expense budget
Represent chapter at public events, conferences, workshops and media events where there is fundraising potential.
Assure compliance with all Association policies, procedures, standards and applicable regulatory requirements; promote Association-wide programs and initiatives.
Review and monitor revenue accounting and reporting systems in a timely manner.
Bachelor's degree; preferred in sales or marketing, or a related field;
3 years leadership experience in fundraising using diversified fund development programs.
Proven success in making fundraising requests of individual and groups and meeting fund development goals
Successful experience in supervising volunteers in fundraising activities including special events and third party events.
Experience in marketing, strategic planning and budget development and management.
Proficiency with Microsoft Office applications.
Ability to travel as needed, mostly intra-state. Additionally, some overnight travel may be required.
Ability and willingness to support other staffers and collaborate effectively on chapter strategic initiatives, priorities and mission fulfillment.