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Annual Giving Manager

Corning, NY

Relocation expenses: Not paid

Manager
Full time
3 - 5 years of experience
Bachelor's Degree

Published on 15 Feb 2019

Expires on 15 Feb 2019

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Annual Giving Manager

Reports to: Chief Executive Officer

I. Mission: To unite and prioritize resources to improve the quality of life for every person and family in our community.

II. UNITED WAY OF THE SOUTHERN TIER ALL EMPLOYEE RESPONSIBILITIES:

Commitment to Quality Work and Customer Service:

  • By valuing donors and cooperating productively with other employees;
  • By accepting responsibility for quality;

  • By eagerly seeking ways to improve our work, both in quality and quantity;

  • By planning and operating systems that link everyone together for continuous quality and productivity improvement

AND

Supporting a Teamwork Culture:

  • By focusing on our mission and our many donors and key stakeholders;

  • By arriving on time, accepting tasks for the good of all;

  • By cooperating with leaders, supporting and helping others in their work;

  • By thinking positive and giving positive suggestions;

  • By treating others the way we’d like to be treated;

  • By being pro-active in solving problems

III. POSITION SUMMARY:

The Annual Giving Manager contributes to the achievement of the Untied Way’s mission and vision by maximizing workplace campaign revenue.

Essential Functions and the Percentage of Time spent on each:

  • 70% Management and coordination of annual campaign and visits with donors in the workplace and assistance with year-round engagement activities.
  • 20% Management and Coordination of the Resource Development Council
  • 10% Day-to-day administrative requirements and year-round engagement efforts 

IV. JOB DESCRIPTION:

Community Engagement and Vision

  • Understands and represents the organization’s mission, vision, strategies in order to develop and implement workplace campaign plan
  • Act as a resource for external and internal audiences

Impact Strategies, Resources & Results

  • Analyze past giving history on each company account and in conjunction with the President, work with staff to gain current status on accounts and develop a campaign strategy
  • Update donor contact plan to align with Marketing Plan and Resource Development Plan
  • Sets goals and develops an implements strategies and takes action to maximize results
  • Monitors, updates, analyzes and reports on campaign progress to all UWST leadership and Board of Directors
  • Use innovations in technology to improve the effectiveness and accuracy of information provided to constituents

Relationship Building & Brand Management

  • Support aligned activities by managing relationships with community partners
  • Works in partnership with UWST volunteer roles of Advocates and Ambassadors, to achieve objectives and generate fundraising revenue within the workplace
  • External relationships with volunteers and donors are of significant importance and focus on educating, influencing and guiding; this position represents UWST to accounts, groups and individuals
  • Provide effective consultation to help companies design effective employee giving campaigns
  • Provide positive customer experience to all visitors and callers to UWST

Organizational Leadership & Governance

  • Receives general direction from supervisor and has ability to work independently when necessary
  • Involves team members when decisions impact more than one area or have significant impact to a segment of internal or external stakeholders.

Operations

  • Participate in meetings as directed
  • Perform other related duties as required

V. Minimum Job Requirements: Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

Education: BA or equivalent degree required in related field, or equivalent in experience

Experience and skills: Experience in the areas of relationship development, fundraising, sales and/or marketing is required; Experience working with volunteers is preferred; Demonstrated ability to build and strengthen productive, trusting and respectful internal and external relationships; strong written and verbal communication skills; strong presentation skills; ability to work with and analyze numbers; ability to inspire others; ability and commitment to foster and advance a positive and constructive stakeholder-centric culture; ability to successfully prioritize and handle multiple projects simultaneously; commitment to excellence and the mission of UWST

Working conditions: Nearly 70% of the position time will be spent out of the office.

Technical experience: Expertise in Microsoft Office and ability to learn a variety of databases; Experience with CRM software preferred

Required License or Certifications: Current valid driver’s license and automobile insurance coverage

Physical Activity and Sensory Requirements: Ability to manage mostly stationary work, and to lift up to 25 pounds.

VI. Other

Please note this job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities that are required of the employee for this job. Duties, responsibilities and activities may change at any time or without notice.