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Job Listings for the Week of February 22, 2021 (Issue 21-08)


Nonprofit Organization Positions

New! Covenant House International — VP, Marketing Optimization and Digital Experience, New York, N.Y., Posted 2.23.21
Reporting to the SVP, Consumer Marketing, the VP, Marketing Optimization and Digital Experience is responsible to lead and deliver value through Team Optimize, directing campaign production and internal service for the consumer marketing team in support of direct response fundraising goals and objectives. Lead a team of 7 that is focused on delivery of data and analytics, audience insights, direct mail, digital and social media production and additional support services. The VP leads the strategic development of the overall optimization program setting objectives; manages and monitors process and progress; anticipates and adjusts for roadblocks and opportunities while measuring, evaluating and improving performance. Responsible for leadership development and employee training of team members. If you are fun, dynamic and hardworking come join our awesome international team in an organization with a heart! This position will be remote for the foreseeable future. To apply, please send your resume to amartinez@covenanthouse.org.

Feeding America — Development Manager, Northeast Region, New York, N.Y., Washington, D.C., or Boston, Mass., Posted 2.16.21
Serve as a vital member of the Development and Major and Planned Gifts teams by managing relationships with a portfolio of 150 – 200 Major Gift donors and mid-level/major donor prospects. Develop cultivation, solicitation and stewardship strategies for this portfolio and support donor outreach and engagement strategies to deepen and expand individual donors’ mission-based partnerships. Engage individuals and family foundations that are qualified as being capable of considering a gift of $50,000 or more to a strategic priority of Feeding America. Conduct prospect research develop philanthropic content and materials, complete gift and pledge documentation, keep donor records and record all pertinent interactions. View the full position description and how to apply here.

Feeding America — Development Manager, West Region, Los Angeles, Calif., San Diego, Calif., or San Francisco, Calif., Posted 2.16.21
Serve as a vital member of the Development and Major and Planned Gifts teams by managing relationships with a portfolio of 150 – 200 Major Gift donors and mid-level/major donor prospects. Develop cultivation, solicitation and stewardship strategies for this portfolio and support donor outreach and engagement strategies to deepen and expand individual donors’ mission-based partnerships. Engage individuals and family foundations that are qualified as being capable of considering a gift of $50,000 or more to a strategic priority of Feeding America. Conduct prospect research develop philanthropic content and materials, complete gift and pledge documentation, keep donor records and record all pertinent interactions. View the full position description and how to apply here.

Smithsonian Institution — Advancement Associate, Institutional Advancement and Strategic Initiatives, Office of Advancement, Washington, D.C., Posted 2.16.21
The Smithsonian Institution’s Office of Advancement seeks an experienced and creative candidate to fill the role of Advancement Associate in the Institutional Advancement and Strategic Initiatives departments. The position will play an important role in supporting multiple functions within a growing and dynamic organization. The incumbent provides technical and administrative support to the Director of Institutional Advancement, Director of Strategic Initiatives and a team of corporate and foundation frontline fundraisers. This position will support advancement functions associated with corporations, foundations and individuals, including collecting project information and drafting donor correspondence, arranging behind-the-scenes tours, and other donor related services, while providing a full range of general administrative duties. View the full position description and how to apply here.

Greenpeace USA — Development Director, Marketing, Oakland, Calif. or Washington, D.C., Posted 2.9.21
Greenpeace USA is seeking a highly ambitious, innovative Development Director, Marketing. The ideal candidate will have experience managing a large team, driving significant growth in multi-channel fundraising/direct marketing. Responsible for online giving, direct mail, telemarketing, canvassing, and innovation and new channel testing. 7 to 10 years of proven success in fundraising for advocacy related issues, and at least five years in managing large and complex teams. Expertise and demonstrated experience in managing successful digital fundraising programs, including email marketing and digital acquisition are required. Proven ability to integrate digital fundraising into other areas of fundraising and create multi-channel programs is essential. Extensive experience in monthly giving fundraising programs, including leadership of programs for the acquisition and retention of monthly supporters. Expertise in telemarketing management, commitment to data analysis, testing and entrepreneurship and strong management skill set required. View the full position description and how to apply here.

Greenpeace USA — Development Director, Leadership Giving, Oakland, Calif. or Washington, D.C., Posted 2.9.21
Greenpeace USA is seeking a Development Director, Leadership Giving to lead the Major Donor and Planned Giving programs as well as the Global Capital Campaign and Key Influencer work. They will work in close collaboration with Greenpeace’s Major Gifts team to identify key opportunities that dramatically increase support. They will also manage planned giving administration and stewardship. The successful candidate will be an innovative and entrepreneurial development professional with a track record of securing a variety of major and planned gifts and the ability to inspire, motivate and lead our Fundraising staff. They will have significant experience managing large, diverse, and complex teams to achieve significant growth; and experience managing major gifts programs, planned giving and mid-level monthly donor programs. View the full position description and how to apply here.

World Vision USA — Product Marketing Manager, Seattle, Wash. (remote base considered), Posted 2.2.21
As Product Marketing Manager of our Occasional Giver and Donor Prospect Portfolios you will have the opportunity to invite donors into this life-transforming work. You will join a passionate 9-person team of product & segment marketers, and partner with our go-to-market, channels, and digital marketing groups to develop marketing strategies and donor journeys that will drive new Occasional Givers to donate, as well as give repeat gifts, and cultivate prospective donors to become future donors. You will report to and work in close collaboration with the Senior Product Marketing Manager [LINK: https://www.linkedin.com/in/brandon-behan-70b16215/] and be responsible for the growth and revenue targets of both our Occasional Giver and Donor Prospect portfolios. Bring your strong communication, problem solving, leadership, and strategic marketing skills and help us tackle global poverty and injustice. View the full position description and how to apply here.

Crohn’s & Colitis Foundation — National Manager, Email Marketing, New York, N.Y., Posted 2.2.21
We are seeking a passionate Email marketing manager to join our Marketing team. You will be responsible for producing email campaigns and customer journeys via the Salesforce Marketing Cloud for both our national and multi-chapter campaigns. As part of this role, you will work directly with stakeholders, the marketing team, and occasionally external vendors. Responsibilities include list selection and segmentation, email design, editing, production, deployment, and results reporting, as well as sharing guidance and email best practices with stakeholders across the organization. Your email campaigns will deliver targeted, relevant, and timely information. The ideal candidate is an email operations professional and has hands-on skills & expertise with Email Service Providers and modern features like journey builders, personalization tools, and customer segmentation. View the full position description and how to apply here.

Crohn’s & Colitis Foundation — Video Producer, New York, N.Y., Posted 2.2.21
The Video Producer is responsible for planning, storyboarding/writing, editing, and producing video content in all of its audio-visual forms, including motion graphics. Candidates must be data-driven producers with audience development experience who understand how videos work across different digital platforms. The producer must be willing to pivot away from their normal schedule to accommodate high priority opportunities that may arise. They must have an ability to envision long-term, brand moving initiatives, and roll up their sleeves to get it done. View the full position description and how to apply here.

Crohn’s & Colitis Foundation — Director, Insights & Analytics, New York, N.Y., Posted 2.2.21
This newly created role will contribute to the success of the Crohn’s & Colitis Foundation by bringing the tools of consumer insights (qualitative research and quantitative surveys) as well as business analytics to bear on marketing strategy throughout the organization. This starts with generating a deep understanding of the Foundation’s key constituents to help shape marketing and constituent engagement strategies at the highest level. The incumbent will report to the Chief Marketing & Communications Officer, and partner with marketing and IT teams to identify the data needs and transform that data into compelling stories and recommendations for action that can be used by Foundation staff in communicating organizational impact for fundraising and partnerships, as well as to drive innovation strategies. The Director of Insights & Analytics will be presenting primarily to non-technical stakeholders, so there is a strong need for the ability to develop and deliver succinct and compelling stories. The successful individual in this role will be able to connect the information through multiple data sources and provide insights and recommendations that drive powerful messages as well as senior executives’ decision making. This role will also support the marketing department’s budget and expense management process. View the full position description and how to apply here.

Crohn’s & Colitis Foundation — National Marketing Manager, Take Steps, Remote, Posted 2.2.21
The National Marketing Manager assists the Marketing Manager in managing the marketing mix to drive recruitment and participation in the Foundation’s fundraising signature event Take Steps (TS). The National Marketing Manager will manage multiple complex projects and help develop plans and execute multi-channel communications tactics to meet program goals. View the full position description and how to apply here.

Crohn’s & Colitis Foundation — Social Media and Content Manager, New York, N.Y., Posted 2.2.21
The Social Media & Content Manager works to advance the Foundation’s mission as a key member of the Marketing & Communications department. This position reports to the Associate Director of Marketing & Communications and is responsible for creating platform-specific content such as posts, videos, blogs and visual assets. We are looking for a talented content creator to write and produce various projects and blogs to expand the Foundation’s digital footprint. Skills should include copywriting and design and the ability to dig into data, analyze and draw actionable insights. This role requires a high level of creativity, attention to detail, understanding of analytics and project management skills. Candidates should love writing and have experience in the healthcare/nonprofit industry. View the full position description and how to apply here.

Lucile Packard Foundation for Children’s Health — Development Associate, Principal Gifts, Palo Alto, Calif., Posted 2.2.21
The Principal Gifts team works at the highest level with our top donors (individuals and family foundations) to raise transformational gifts of $5 Million+. The team works closely with the Foundation’s President/CEO office, and frequently interacts with the hospital President/CEO’s office and Dean of the School of Medicine’s office, as well as with Foundation and Hospital board members. The Development Associate provides general administrative and program support for the Principal Gifts team’s four gift officers, helping our team to maintain a donor-centric, high-quality level of work. This requires quickly understanding team members’ work styles and preferences, as well as the ability to prioritize and efficiently execute concurrent tasks. The Development Associate must be resourceful and be able to act in an independent and anticipatory manner, completing numerous routine and detailed activities on a regular basis, while also proactively assisting with the team’s emergent needs. The position will report to the Program Manager, Principal Gifts and will collaborate closely with the Program Manager, administrative peers, and others to fulfill the duties associated with providing support to the Principal Gifts team. View the full position description and how to apply here.

Special Olympics — Senior Manager, Strategic Gifts, Washington, D.C., Posted 2.2.21
The Senior Manager of Strategic Gifts is responsible for supporting the cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship activities of select donors and prospective high-net-worth donors of Special Olympics. This detail-oriented position plays a direct role in the day-to-day functions related to key donors and stakeholders to ensure best-in-class relationship management, donor and prospect cultivation and solicitation. View the full position description and how to apply here.

Agency and Supplier Positions

New! Moore — Operations Controller, Lanham, Md., Posted 2.23.21
The Operations Controller position will assist the CFO in managing all financial reporting for a multi-company agency environment and is responsible for coordinating all accounting processes for agency operations. This will include all aspects of agency accounting functions, including reporting, auditing, compliance, process, and procedural requirements needed to support and improve financial performance. As a key member of the finance team, the Operations Controller will also be a part of the team responsible for building the foundation for integration of a new software system into the enterprise. He/she will also help develop the business cadence, process reporting and analytics as it pertains to supporting the implementation. This role provides critical support and plays a liaison role for the CFO with all agency operations and will be responsible for managing projects and other activities as assigned by the CFO. Access the complete job description here. Please reply with a resume and compensation requirements to: moorerecruiting@mooredmgroup.com

New! Moore — Vice President, Finance, Tulsa, Okla. or Remote, Posted 2.23.21
Reporting to the CFO and serving as an integral member of the senior Finance team, the Vice President of Finance is responsible for the development of Moore’s financial management strategy and contributes to the development of the organization’s strategic goals. In addition to the strategic components, the VP is responsible for developing and implementing sophisticated policies and procedures both in the finance and general accounting realms. This is an outstanding opportunity for a finance executive with a proven track record of creative problem-solving and change management to join in a high-growth, mission-driven organization. Access the complete job description here. Please reply with a resume and compensation requirements to: moorerecruiting@mooredmgroup.com

CDR Fundraising Group — Digital Art Director, Lanham, Md., Posted 2.9.21
The Digital Art Director partners with team members to deliver high quality creative that is strategic and on time. The ideal candidate will be a digital expert, fluent in user experience principles and methods, will understand how to integrate with other channels. They will execute an idea from beginning to end while effective communicating information to the team. They will possess exceptional attention to detail, able to balance business objectives with creative effort, and will demonstrate empathy, drive and resilience. They will push the creative conceptually and aesthetically to ensure that the highest quality digital creative is produced for our nonprofit clients. The Digital Art Director is cognizant of the value that creative brings to the table. Qualified candidates will have 3-5 years of experience focused on UX/IX as part of an agency or in-house team. Remote employees are invited to apply! Candidates should submit resume to Lisa Behuncik, lbehuncik@cdrfg.com.

CDR Fundraising Group — Digital Copywriter, Lanham, Md., Posted 2.9.21
If you have agency experience, excellent writing skills, can tell a compelling story to motivate your reader, and enjoy working in a fast-paced creative environment, we want to meet you! The Digital Copywriter will develop and deliver clear, concise, and compelling digital copy to support our client’s fundraising campaigns, reflecting the client’s voice in different verticals. They will partner closely with account management to understand and effectively represent clients to donors and prospects. The ideal candidate will have strong knowledge of direct response email concepts and digital creative design. They will possess the ability to translate complex concepts into clear, concise, and captivating content, paying extreme attention to detail while managing multiple projects simultaneously and meeting critical deadlines. Qualified candidates will have 3+ years of experience producing effective direct response fundraising copy in an agency environment. Remote employees are invited to apply! Candidates should submit resume to Lisa Behuncik, lbehuncik@cdrfg.com.

Mal Warwick Donordigital — Online Account Coordinator, Berkeley, Calif. or Washington, D.C., Posted 2.9.21
Mal Warwick Donordigital has over 40 years of fundraising success, working with some of the most prestigious nonprofit organizations in America. Our employees are current and future industry leaders (and, quite frankly some of the most creative, impassioned, and exceptional folks out there). The workload is fast paced, the client goals are rigorous and rewarding, and our endeavors are supported by a strong and collaborative team dynamic. We meet the high caliber of our talent with unparalleled benefits, a rewarding workplace, and a dedication to regularly acknowledge and celebrate our successes. We’re seeking an Online Account Coordinator who works within and supports the Client Service team by assisting with the timely and accurate project management of digital client work across a broad portfolio of clients; someone with a minimum of 1 year of experience in project management, along with a combination of skills that may include organization and time management, extreme attention to detail, experience working on multiple simultaneous projects, proofreading, and written and verbal communication skills. Send resume, cover letter, and salary requirements to jobs@mwdagency.com. For more information, see the full job posting here.


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  • ANA Member Nonprofit Organization — Complimentary (3 positions per issue)
  • ANA NF Corporate Partner — $200 — 3 positions per issue
  • Non-member — $350 — 2 positions per issue

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