Job Posting 89469

Fund Development Coordinator
Turning Points Collaborative Society
Work From Home - Thompson & Okanagan
closing today (Thu, 1 Dec)
full time  •  $31.31-$35.46

Nature of Position

This position presents an exciting opportunity to grow with an established and growing non-profit and to support a powerful mandate and mission. The Fund Development Coordinator reports to the CEO and will shape, execute, and administer our exciting fund development plans and capital projects. While acting as an ambassador for Turning Points Collaborative Society in the community, the Fund Development Coordinator will take a donor-centric approach to attract new supporters to our organization.

Key Duties and Responsibilities

In collaboration with the CEO and the Executive Team, you will be responsible for:

Donor Solicitation & Management

  • Lead fundraising efforts in new individual donor identification, securing new and renewed gifts, and strengthening relationships with existing donors
  • Develop and maintain relationships with existing and prospective corporate partners
  • Pursue funding opportunities with foundations
  • Maintain donor databases, including detailed records of all donor interactions
  • Develop and enhance promotion and recognition tools, including preparing quarterly and annual impact reports to share with donors
  • Develop and implement strategies for planned giving
  • Manage the writing, design and production of stewardship materials, such as donor thank-you letters, emails and prospectuses, and donor impact reports
  • Ensure accurate donor lists and proper donor recognition in all publications
  • Ensure timely and personal appreciation and recognition is completed

Grant and Proposal Writing, Management & Reporting

  • Find and track relevant grant opportunities from foundations, government, corporations and other funding sources
  • Write effective proposals/applications that display exceptional attention to detail and captivating storytelling
  • Work with project leads to track project deliverables and reporting deadlines and coordinate preparation and delivery of interim and final reports
  • Work closely with project leads to ensure appropriate project implementation is achieved and grant requirements are met

Development Goal Planning & Tracking

  • Collaborate in the design and lead the implementation of multi-faceted fundraising goals and plans including: major gifts, grants, corporate partnerships, foundation donations, and individual giving campaigns
  • Track, report on progress and provide performance analysis for above goals and plans
  • Maintain up-to-date knowledge of TPCS programs
  • Perform administrative fundraising duties (i.e. logging donations, maintaining fundraising database) as required

To succeed in this role, you will possess the following:

Professional Attributes

  • Self-motivated, confident and results driven
  • Highly organized and the ability to multitask, prioritize, and adapt to changing priorities
  • Flexible to work within a team-based environment and lead projects independently
  • Team player and ability to work cooperatively with internal and external stakeholders and partners
  • Strong attention to detail and problem-solving abilities
  • Demonstrated ability to handle confidential and sensitive information
  • Strong business acumen and financial literacy

Skillsets, Experiences & Qualifications

  • At least three years’ experience in a similar fund development role
  • Experience in capital project planning and development
  • Demonstrated success in securing significant gifts from individual, foundation and corporate donors
  • Demonstrated success writing grants, preparing sponsorship proposals
  • Proven track record using data to drive decision-making
  • Exceptional communication (writing, interpersonal, and presentation) skills, with the ability to effectively persuade and inspire others
  • Planning & data analysis skills: experience setting goals, monitoring progress, and meeting deadlines
  • Exceptional fundraising and networking skills
  • University degree/diploma in a related discipline or an equivalent combination of training and experience, plus a demonstrated ongoing commitment to professional development
  • Knowledge of the non-profit sector and CRA fundraising rules and guidelines
  • CFRE designation – completed or in progress – is considered a significant asset
  • Understanding of the issues surrounding homelessness, unemployment, mental health, drug and alcohol dependence and harm reduction
  • Familiarity with community resources; such as addiction, mental health, income assistance, and harm reduction

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