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    • 1 Oct 2023
    • 1 Mar 2024
    • Morristown, New Jersey




    Database Operations Coordinator


    Planned Parenthood of Northern, Central and Southern New Jersey, Inc. (PPNCSNJ) provides comprehensive reproductive and sexual health care, abortion services, education and information to women, men and teens at 17 health centers throughout 18 counties in New Jersey.

    The Database Operations Coordinator is responsible for data entry, weekly gift reports, thank you notes, maintaining internal notes and MOVES management in the CRM, Raiser’s Edge. They will lead wealth screening and prospect research and will maintain/assign portfolios to the Vice President (VP) of Development, Director of Development, and any direct fundraising staff for major gift prospects. In addition, they will assist with sending proposal to donors and will work with the Finance Department to process checks on-site.  The Database Operations Coordinator will also provide administrative and day-of support to the Director of Development for all events. Raiser’s Edge experience is required. The position will provide administrative assistance to the VP of Development. This position is on-site in Morristown, 196 Speedwell Avenue. 


    ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:

    Reasonable accommodations may be made for individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions of this position.

    1.     Leads the department’s usage of our CRM, Raiser’s Edge.

    2.     Enters checks and works to ensure thank you letters are mailed promptly.

    3.     Supports major gift pipeline and portfolio development.

    4.     Generates weekly gift reports for VP of Development and team.

    5.     Prepares lists for mailings.

    6.     Updates donor records and keeps integrity of data.

    7.     Works directly with the Senior Development Associate to ensure all data is uploaded in Omatic and Raiser’s Edge.

    8.     Runs monthly and quarterly queries and confirms the accuracy of all reports using deductive reasoning. Explores the source of errors as needed.

    9.     Navigates a variety of software programs and extracts reports upon request.

    10.  Creates spreadsheets in Excel for reporting, as needed.

    11.  Ensures that data input is accurate to provide the most useful reports for further analysis.

    12.  Provides data analysis of appeals, events, and lybunts/sybunts.

    13.  Supports all special events.

    14.  Supports the VP of Development with proposals and other duties as assigned.


    KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES REQUIREMENTS:

    1.       Raiser’s Edge proficiency to run reports, enter data, and prospect research for fundraising team and VP of Development. Able to run reports, wealth screen, identify major gift prospects, and assign portfolios.

    2.       Adherence to excellent internal and external customer service.

    3.       Strong commitment to our patients and mission. Ability to remain open and non-judgmental towards colleagues and patients. Can relate to diverse communities.

    4.       Attention to detail; ability to lead and follow processes and procedures from beginning to end.

    5.       Recognized excellence in interpersonal and relationship-building. Ability to work as part of an interdependent team.

    6.       Strong operational and organizational skills; ability to balance priorities and contribute as a team player within the organization. Able to work under pressure, remain calm, and meet deadlines.

    7.       Excellent written and verbal communication skills.  Able to communicate information in an organized and clear manner.

    8.       Demonstrate behaviors that represent the Affiliate’s Workplace Values.

    9.       Maintain and adhere to strict confidentiality of all information.

    10.    Entrepreneurial spirit, intellectual curiosity, high energy, positive attitude and diplomatic.

    11.    Commitment to reflect quality assurance and risk management in daily tasks.

    12.    Technical expertise and ability to learn/operate software programs.

    13.    Maintain professional appearance and demonstrate professional behavior at all times.

    14.    Ability to work flexible schedules and maintain punctual attendance.


    JOB REQUIREMENTS:

    Minimum Education:  Associate’s degree, college degree preferred.

    Minimum Work Experience:  Minimum 2 years of experience with data entry, database management, and generating reports from various software applications. Raiser’s Edge CRM experience is a must. Previous non-profit experience preferred.

    Other Requirements:  Valid New Jersey State driver’s license. Reliable transportation for occasional travel throughout the service area.


    Technical Skills:

    Proficiency in using Raiser’s Edge CRM required.


    Compensation & Benefits

    $50,000 a year - commensurate with experience

    Click here to apply!

    • 28 Dec 2023
    • 27 Feb 2024
    • HABcore, Red Bank NJ



    Director of Development


    HABcore, an organization that has been dedicated to supporting the homeless for 35 years, is looking for an experienced Director of Development to join our staff and work with our Director of Events and Engagement and Director of Grants. HABcore has been rapidly growing to meet the need for affordable housing and services for the homeless and is looking to expand its fundraising department to help sustain that growth. This job presents an opportunity to do meaningful, impactful work in an area where a truly tangible difference can be made.


    Job Summary:

    The Director of Development will develop and implement comprehensive fundraising strategies including donor development/retention, major individual and corporate gifts, government and foundation support, and planned giving. He or she will generate new revenue and obtain funding in the amount as identified in the annual budget.


    Accountability and Supervisory Responsibilities:

    · Reports to the Executive Director

    · Daily hours may vary according to the needs of the organization (evenings and weekends)

    · Cohesively coordinate fundraising and marketing strategies and efforts with the Director of Events and Engagement and Development/Marketing Committees


    Required Skills

    The candidate must:

    · Possess strong, charismatic communication skills to engage and motivate people, building relationships.

    · Possess significant fundraising experience cultivating donations of $10,000 and up.

    · Possess excellent writing skills.

    · Be proficient in Excel, PowerPoint, and Donor Perfect (or equivalent) database software.

    · Be proficient with multiple social media platforms (Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, TikTok)

    · Work with accuracy and have high attention to detail and sense of urgency with deadlines.

    · Possess strong organizational, analytical, strategic thinking, and planning skills.

    · Work in a highly motivated, energetic, creative, collaborative, and flexible manner

    · Be a self-starter and able to work with minimal supervision.

    · Possess flexibility to respond and adapt to changing circumstances.

    · Possess experience with moves management systems.

    · Be familiar with the Monmouth and Ocean County communities.


    Responsibilities

    Fund Development

    · Provide vision and leadership to the Development Committee, Board and other fundraising volunteers.

    · Exploration and implementation of new unrestricted fund-raising opportunities

    · Research, identify and solicit new prospects proactively in a personal, individualized fashion, engaging the board in the process.

    · Mine donors and prospects for information about their motivations, interests, passions and satisfaction with HABcore and other charitable organizations.

    · Cultivate, steward, and acknowledge donors in an individualized and timely fashion, as well as, re-engage with lapsed donors, engaging the board in the process.

    · Maintain the prospect/donor database, Donor Perfect, expanding e-mail and regular mail lists.

    · Oversee major gifts and moves management program, creating individualized, goal-based donor plans to build relationships through correspondence, phone conversations, and personal visits in an effort to enhance each donor’s annual and planned giving.

    · Coordinate spring and annual appeals and explore new campaigns.

    · Oversee planned giving program.

    · Develop corporate sponsors, partnerships and discounted expense sources.

    · Assist in the preparation of government grants.

    · Participate in associations, organizations, seminars, and other social, networking, and educational venues that will lead to contacts for new revenue sources. Undertake involvements that cultivate new donations.

    · Coordinate presentations to community organizations and public appearances with the Director of Events and Engagement.

    · Assist the Director of Events and Engagement, working with the office team, board & community volunteers as each project requires.

    · Ensure projects and processes are cost-effective and optimize return on investment of time.

    · Present monthly reports at board meetings.

    · Provide input towards preparing the development budget and monitor fundraising targets.

    · Manage and report on processes of projects to ensure all steps are followed.

    · Performance of other duties as assigned by the Executive Director

    Marketing/Public Relations

    · Contribute to press releases, opinion-editorials, eblasts and social media strategy.

    · Contribute to creative design and production of invitations, appeals, brochures, and other collateral materials.

    · Contribute to creative design and production of brand awareness tools and promotional items.

    · Performance of other duties as assigned by the Executive Director


    The compensation range is $65k-$85k, commensurate with experience. Performance bonuses are also offered, as well as 100% paid-for health and dental insurance, a flexible work environment, and matching 403b up to $6,000.


    To apply

    Email resume and cover letter to sheisman@habcore.org

    • 3 Jan 2024
    • 4 Mar 2024
    • Womanspace, Inc., Lawrence, NJ


    Womanspace receives 100/100 rating from Charity Navigator ...


    Communications Manager


    Womanspace, Inc. is a leading nonprofit agency that provides comprehensive services to individuals and families impacted by domestic and sexual violence. The agency is located in Lawrence, NJ, and offers programs including crisis intervention, emergency shelter, counseling, court advocacy, and housing services. Womanspace is dedicated to improving the quality of life for adults and their families, and to providing a safe and supportive environment for survivors.


    Role Description

    This is a full-time on-site role for a Communications Manager. The Communications Manager will help to tell the compelling story of Womanspace’s mission and continue to build our organization’s brand strategically. Responsible for messaging, marketing and media relationship building. The Manager represents external communication efforts supporting and promoting the mission and agency value through multiple channels. The Manager is an integral part of Womanspace’s development goals, overseeing Womanspace’s marketing and communications efforts to donors, clients, and the community at large by creating clear and engaging messages and campaigns.


    Key Responsibilities

    • Develops and recommends an annual strategic communications plan in support of community awareness and fundraising campaigns

    • Compose and edit materials including press releases, newsletters, impact reports, email communications

    • Coordinate social media messaging and web page maintenance – ensuring that new and consistent information as well as track and measure the level of engagement of posts.

    • Assist with creating and managing public relations including writing press releases, responding to media inquiries, monitoring and tracking media mentions

    • Develop and maintain relationships with media contacts – including media list development

    • Development of print, digital and other fundraising and program materials.

    • Annual Report development

    • Trains agency staff on the proper use of agency creative assets/logo/brand and assists in the development of training materials, presentation decks, and other distributions.

    • Serve as agency representative at events as needed

    • Works with Womanspace Programs as needed to assist in marketing/communication needs

    • Creates and maintains organizational marketing collateral


    Education, Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Preferred:

    • Bachelor's degree in Communications, Public Relations, Marketing, or a related field

    • 3-5 years of experience in communications, marketing, or public relations

    • Excellent verbal, written and organizational abilities. Strong attention to detail.

    • Able to thrive in a growing and evolving department

    • Effective in a fast-paced environment and eager to contribute to collaborative goals.

    • Experience preferred with CRMs

    • Experience in the nonprofit sector is a plus

    • Highly functional with Microsoft Office (Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint)

    • A good understanding of general practices, methods and procedures related to public relations, media relations and marketing.


    Benefits:

    • Salary-$60,000- $65,000 commensurate with experience

    • ·100% employer-paid health, dental, and vision insurance

    • · 401k Contribution

    • · Strong Commitment to professional development

    • · Generous Paid Absences and Vacation time.


    Interested applicants should send resumes and cover letters to Erin Hartshorn,  at ebh@womanspace.org*Writing sample required with application

    • 11 Jan 2024
    • 12 Mar 2024
    • Princeton Garden Theater in Princeton, NJ




    Community Director


    The Garden Theatre is Princeton’s original cinema, built in 1920. The Garden was reborn as a nonprofit, member-supported organization in 2014. Over 10 years of operation, the community-based Garden has increased the theater’s prominence within Princeton, presenting curated programs including award-winning contemporary features, independent gems, repertory classics, cult favorites, works of local filmmakers, community partnerships, and educational events and discussions. The Garden’s programs have expanded the cultural offerings within Princeton and work to cement cinema as the defining art form of the 20th and 21st Centuries.


    Role Description

    The Community Director will work in partnership with the Executive Director and Development Director to increase the prominence of the Garden Theatre within the greater Princeton community. Specifically, they will assist in forging stronger local ties with donors, members, and corporate partners and enhance the fundraising capabilities of the Garden.


    The Community Director will work in coordination with the Garden Theatre staff and Renew Theaters management team to manage community and University relationships. The ideal candidate is organized, attentive to detail, has experience with nonprofit operations, fundraising, event planning, and has a strong understanding of the Princeton community, with regard to the goals of the position. Should have exemplary communication skills and an outgoing, enthusiastic demeanor.


    Key Responsibilities

    • Serve as primary point of contact for major donor outreach and stewardship;
    • Undertake donor and board member cultivation;
    • Assist with maintenance of contacts and active database of members, donors, prospects, sponsors, and important constituents of the Princeton Garden Theatre through DonorPerfect;
    • Periodically report updates of activities and plans for the future;
    • Undertake grant identification and grant writing;
    • Undertake development and implementation of Garden Theatre Corporate Giving program;
    • Attend local nonprofit and community events as representative of the Garden;
    • Help organize, plan, and execute an annual Garden Theatre Award Ceremony and Presentation;
    • Help organize, plan, and execute annual Hollywood Awards Celebration;
    • Help organize, plan, and execute various donor receptions and events;
    • Attend board meetings;
    • Introduce public events, as needed;
    • Maintain self and undertaking of position in full compliance with the Employee Manual as constituted at initial employment and as may be amended or replaced during term of employment;
    • Other responsibilities as assigned.


    The Successful Candidates should:

    • Be an engaging, effective, innovative, dynamic team member who is strategic and fosters collaboration.
    • This individual will need to be able to demonstrate the use of best practice strategies associated with all aspects of fundraising and development;
    • Demonstrate solid judgment, exercising a high-level of confidentiality, integrity, discretion, and professionalism when dealing with sensitive fundraising and donor information;
    • Have strong working knowledge of the Princeton area and constituencies;
    • Demonstrate experience of meaningful length in development or fundraising and a successful track record of donor cultivation and philanthropic growth;
    • Demonstrate a commitment to the mission, values, goals, and programs of the Princeton Garden Theatre and Renew Theaters;
    • Demonstrate ability to organize or support in-person events;
    • Demonstrate clear communication and organizational skills, both with regard to donor outreach, management, record keeping, implementation, and patron outreach;
    • Demonstrate a proven ability to work independently and proactively address issues;
    • Familiarity with DonorPerfect, a plus;
    • Interest in film and the arts, a plus.


    Benefits:

    • Salary-$65,000- $90,000 commensurate with experience

    • Paid holidays, parental leave, and vacation on a graduated scale based on years of service;
    • Health plan, which includes vision and dental. Family health plan also available for an additional cost;
    • 403(b) retirement plan with 3% employer contribution.

    Location/Schedule:

    This is an in-person position in Princeton, NJ, with occasional opportunity for remote work. Regular office hours are 9:00am – 5:00pm, with regular evening and weekend commitments for fundraising events, special screenings, and cultivation and stewardship of supporters.


    Please submit a resume and cover letter to Chris Collier, Executive Director via email to ccollier@renewtheaters.org with your name and “Community Director” in the subject line. Please also mention where you heard about the position.

    • 6 Feb 2024
    • 3 Jun 2024
    • Fisherman's Mark, Lambertville NJ



    Fisherman's Mark 


    Development Associate


    Fisherman’s Mark is a small social service organization with a large impact on the Lambertville community. While the needs of our participants grow, we continue to meet unmet needs, through our Free MARKet food pantry, our social outreach and services, our childcare, or a growing number of services to our community. By working to raise the funds needed to continue to meet our community’s needs and expand our services, this position can have a measurable impact.


    This full-time Development Associate position plays a key role, working closely with the Executive Director to manage the day-to-day fundraising operations using systems and strategies to advance our mission. This position is for a candidate with development experience who would like to be part of a growing organization.


    DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

    • Develops, manages and tracks all annual fund appeals

    • Writes and distributes donor communications including donor thank you letters, emails, newsletters, press releases, etc.

    • Maintains donor data base including inputting, reporting and file management

    • Coordinates the design and production of invitations, appeals, brochures and other development materials

    • Manages annual calendar for all marketing and development activities, events and grant initiatives

    • Develops and coordinates all business and community sponsorships

    • Researches and identifies grant opportunities, assists with grant applications and tracking

    • Supports the planning and executing of special events including donor engagement events, community events and volunteer appreciation events

    • Represents FM to community and public to promote our mission, broaden our reach and enhance our reputation

    • Works closely and in collaboration with the Board’s Marketing and Development committee


    QUALIFICATIONS

    • Prior experience in a similar role

    • College degree in related field preferred but will consider additional years of experience in related work experience in lieu of degree

    • Strong organizational and analytical skills

    • Excellent oral and written communication skills • Highly motivated, energetic and creative; self-directed, able to complete projects with limited supervision

    • Detail oriented and accurate

    • High energy, flexibility, and willingness to jump in where needed

    • Ability to multitask and meet changing deadlines

    • Proficient with Microsoft Office software, particularly Word and Excel; comfortable with formatting and developing spreadsheets and presentations; comfortable using social media. • High standard for excellence in serving others

    • Embraces our core values of integrity, belonging, empathy and inspiration


    COMPENSATION

    This is a full-time, exempt salaried position. This position is in person Monday-Friday with occasional nights and weekends. We offer a generous PTO package. Other benefits include a 3% retirement match and free childcare.

    Salary range: $50,000-$55,000 yearly


    TO APPLY

    Email resume and cover letter to jenniferw@fishermansmark.org

    • 21 Feb 2024
    • 31 Mar 2024
    • Dramatists Guild Foundation, New York





    Director of Development


    The Dramatists Guild Foundation (DGF) seeks their next Director of Development who will join a talented and collaborative group of leaders dedicated to the DGF mission, to nurture dramatists by ensuring they have access to financial support, mentorship, and other practical resources.

    Dramatists Guild Foundation (DGF) is a national charity that fuels the future of American theater by supporting the writers who create it. DGF fosters playwrights, composers, lyricists, and librettists at all stages of their careers through mentorship programs; awards, grants and stipends; free space to create new works; and emergency aid to writers in need of immediate support. DGF distributed more than $3.5 million in immediate financial relief to writers during the nation-wide theatrical shutdown and continues to uplift writers and their careers through $1 million in annual support. Through continued conversations with writers about their needs in the ever-changing theatrical landscape, grants to support housing costs, mental wellness, transportation, natural disaster relief, and more have launched since 2020. By supporting and nurturing the creators of today, we protect the stories of tomorrow.

    The new Director of Development will usher in a new era of advancement at the Foundation, bolstering their efforts to raise essential funds to support the Foundation’s growing list of programs and services for the American theater community and its playwrights, composers, lyricists, and librettists. They will have the opportunity to develop a larger institutional giving portfolio in line with DGF’s programs, assemble a more robust individual giving program, and build strong relationships with DGF’s community of major donors and Board members. The Director of Development will also play a large role in planning and executing an annual gala and other special events throughout the year as well as in completing the final steps of an endowment campaign.


    The priority application deadline for this search is March 1, 2024. Applications received by this date will receive priority consideration. While we will still accept and consider applications after this date, we encourage you to apply as early as possible for the best chance at being considered for the position. Please note that meeting the priority deadline does not guarantee an interview. 

    The search is being led by Search Consultant Brenna Thomas.

    The salary range for this position is between: $110,000 - 130,000.


    Learn more and apply HERE.







    • 26 Feb 2024
    • 27 Apr 2024
    • Oaks Integrated Care, Mt. Holly, NJ



    Development & Communications Coordinator


    Be a part of something that matters.  Join our growing team to find meaning in your next career - the opportunity to make an impact in the lives of children and adults living with a mental illness, addiction or developmental disability. A chance to experience what it feels to be empowered and do the work you’re most passionate about.   Our compassionate, caring employees are the heartbeat of our organization. We are a team of diverse individuals - clinicians, case managers, nurses, social workers and more - on a mission to change lives by helping the most vulnerable members of our community. 


    Responsibilities:

    • Provide support to Development operations through efficient and accurate data entry of gifts/donations and generation of acknowledgements within 48 hours utilizing Salsa fundraising software and managing registrations for events;
    • Manage Salsa database by importing constituent information/details and maintaining accuracy of records
    • Maintain records related to community events, including the research and cataloguing of events; preparation, distribution and retrieval of material
    • Coordinate mailings for in-kind drives special events, and annual appeal;
    • Provide support to agency’s Marketing and Communications by writing, designing, and distribution of bi-monthly internal employee Fish Food newsletter;
    • Communicate with agency programs to highlight services and success stories;
    • Design fliers, posters, postcards, and advertisements for internal/external special events
    • Assist with managing events and drives;
    • Assist with public relations and program support by coordinating promotional materials for fairs, expos , conferences, or other public events as requested;
    • Administrative duties to include: managing department invoices, special event permits and vendor relationships, maintaining inventory of promotional items and marketing materials, order business cards for agency employees, and organizing press clippings, advertisements and event materials;
    • Assist with food pantry operations as needed;
    • Other duties as assigned.


    Benefits:

    • Competitive base salary
    • Medical and dental insurance
    • Vision plan
    • Retirement plan
    • Flexible spending plans
    • EXCELLENT time benefits for qualified positions!
    • Opportunity for personal and career growth, including supervision towards professional licensure for eligible candidates
    • Team-oriented environment – we practice the FISH! Philosophy


    Qualifications:

    • Bachelor’s degree in Communications or related field;
    • 1-2 years of development and/or communications experience;
    • excellent written and oral communication skills;
    • exceptional attention to detail and deadlines;
    • demonstrated understanding of fundraising appeals and special events;
    • ability to work collaboratively, with strong teamwork and problem solving skills;
    • Valid Driver's License.


    All positions require a valid driver’s license in good standing and pre-employment drug screening. Oaks Integrated Care considers applicants for all positions without regard to: race; color; religion; sex; national origin; age; sexual orientation; marital or veteran status; the presence of a medical condition, genetic information or handicap, unrelated to performing the tasks of the job; or any other legally protected status.


    The salary range for this position is between $38,000 - $43,000.


    To apply : Click Here.


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