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Resource Development Director

Florence, AL

Relocation expenses: Not paid

Director
Full time
3 - 5 years of experience
High School Diploma
Bachelor's Degree
Associate Degree
Other
$31,000 to $40,000 per year

Published on 16 Jul 2022

Expires on 16 Jul 2022

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Resource Development Director

Position:             Resource Development Director
Reports to:         President/CEO
FLSA Status:      Exempt
Location:            Florence, Alabama
 

Work Schedule: 8 am- 4 pm Monday – Friday; must be available to work early mornings, late evenings, and weekends, as needed
Travel Required: Local travel in the service area; some travel to State and Regional meeting

To Apply: Please submit your resume and cover letter to the UW Careers Portal

Full benefits package; Employer-Paid Health and Dental available from start date.

Paid Time Off: 5 weeks of vacation, sick, and personal time each year.

Employer-Paid Pension Plan. 

Position Overview

The Resource Development Manager is responsible for developing and executing: 1) Annual workplace campaigns for the public and private sectors; 2) individual donor engagement including donors outside the traditional workplace and leadership affinity groups. The position will identify, cultivate, retain, and develop donor prospects in and out of the workplace. He/she/they will establish and strengthen relationships with donors, employers, and the community as a whole to build donor loyalty, raise/leverage resources, and ensure a positive brand experience with United Way of Northwest Alabama. He/she is accountable for the effective and efficient management of a portfolio of accounts generating annual contributions to meet or exceed organizational revenue goals.  The position will seek out new individual and workplace relationships within the service area to grow resources for United Way and the community.

Key Responsibilities
The major responsibilities of this position include, but are not limited to:

Campaign Management

  • Successfully cultivates new accounts continuously and maintains and manages the current portfolio of accounts for Colbert, Lauderdale, Franklin, and Marion Counties; keeps account notes up to date in software and ensures that account data is updated regularly.
  • Trains, communicates with, motivates, and utilizes campaign volunteers and loaned executives as needed for optimal results in reaching campaign goals. 
  • Supports Employee Campaign Coordinators (ECCs) with account visits, motivation of company campaign committees, delivery of campaign materials, coordinator training opportunities, and campaign follow-up details.
  • Schedules appropriate agency speakers and provides campaign materials for company campaigns.
  • Submits monthly campaign results to President in a timely manner and keeps President apprised of current and potential accounts.
  • Providing ongoing and timely donor recognition and appreciation
  • Trains and manages volunteers to support annual campaigns
  • Develops and maintains quality relationships to establish a large, committed volunteer base who supports United Way
  • Managing and updating a relationship database of current and potential donors
  • Assists with campaign-related web and social media content
  • Participates in community activities that contribute to the acquisition and retention of individual donors

Event Coordination

  • Acts as the lead staff in organizing the annual Kickoff Event, Day of Caring, Day of Action, and Annual Meeting/Campaign Celebration, including the recruitment of volunteers and committees for each event
  • Organizes and oversees distribution and collection of project request forms of agencies for Day of Caring; recruits companies and other groups to adopt projects and works with DOC Chair to ensure that groups are prepared for the work and participating agencies have needed supplies. 
  • Assists President/CEO with the preparation of all printed materials for said events, including the Annual Report.

Community/Media Relations

  • Encourages community-wide participation in Kickoff Event, Day of Caring, Day of Action, and Annual Meeting/Campaign Celebration through.
  • Sends press releases and contact media about all United Way events; assists the President in the use of social media for the advertisement of United Way events; maintains positive relations and updates contact files for local media.

Skills and Abilities
Education:
Bachelor’s Degree preferred but noty required in Nonprofit Management, Marketing, Social Work, Business, Public Administration, Education, or a related field. 

Required Experience: A minimum of three (3) years of experience in non-profit fundraising. Experience with grant writing is preferred.

Technical Skills: Ability to successfully use Microsoft Office Suite and other technology to manage data and compose reports. Ability to successfully utilize social media (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, etc.) for Campaign advertisement.  

Physical Demands: Must be able to lift at least 25 pounds.

Other Requirements: Must have a valid state Driver’s License, must attend required training(s), attends regular networking events tocultivate new relationships in our community.