Regional Fundraising Development Specialist - US West

Job Type

Full Time

Published

09/21/2018

Address

300 W. 22nd St.
Oak Brook
IL
60523-8842
United States

Description

Job Summary


The Regional Development Specialist serves as liaison between Lions Clubs International Foundation (LCIF) and worldwide Lion volunteers and donors. Supports all aspects of fundraising and volunteer management, including preparing solicitations, materials, speeches, and presentations. Assigned area includes, but is not limited to Western United States.


Responsibilities and Duties

 

  • Researches trends in giving, both internally and sector-wide, relevant causes and issues, recommends the appropriate course(s) of action and supports volunteer team of LCIF leaders and coordinators.
  • Serves as the primary responder to LCIF development calls and email relating to member inquiries, recognition, and donations in assigned area.
  • Responsible for revenue generation and goal achievement within assigned area.
  • Produces and drafts proposals, resources, and other written materials for LCIF such as: speeches, Power-Point presentations, and seminar and training materials for Lion volunteers.
  • Keeps detailed records of all donor contacts, current and historical.
  • Ensures donor data is accurate and up to date; assists in compiling new data for cultivation purposes.
  • Identifies potential donors through research and qualification.
  • Plans and facilitates LCIF Lion volunteer meetings, training seminars, etc.
  • Coordinates efforts with other departments on cross-functional projects.
  • Provides input to supervisor and assists in implementing department plans and goals.
  • Prepares and/or reviews reports, which communicate and evaluate department information.
  • Attends select Lions events to promote LCIF or support the work of the LCIF coordinators.
  • Liaises with volunteer leadership and Board of Trustees, where appropriate, to develop/modify and implement relevant strategies for donor engagement and cultivation.
  • Builds donor pipeline and establishes a portfolio of prospects in assigned area(s).


Qualifications and Skills

 

  • BS or BA from a four-year college or university or equivalent combination of education and experience.
  • Minimum of 3 to 5 years of professional fundraising experience.
  • Experience working in an international or multi-national non-profit environment preferred.
  • Domestic and International travel required.

Professional Level

Professional

Minimum Education Required

4-year degree


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