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Development Officer, Institutional Giving

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Harlem Children's Zone
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New York, NY
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Publicado hace 20 días

Development Officer, Institutional Giving 

Harlem Children’s Zone (HCZ) is a world-renowned non-profit that is breaking the cycle of generational poverty for more than 22,500 children and adults in Central Harlem and millions more well beyond. HCZ walks hand-in-hand with young people and their families from cradle to college to career. From our work with public school students and our Promise Academy charter schools to our Healthy Harlem wellness initiative to our family support programs, HCZ goes beyond education to provide children with the academic, personal, and career support they need to stay on the path to becoming self-sustaining, successful adults. No other organization uses such a comprehensive approach to fighting poverty at such a scale or with as much impact. With a generation of proof, our innovative work over the decades has achieved unprecedented results with measurable economic and social impact in Harlem and beyond. We are the preeminent thought leader in the education, youth development, and poverty fighting fields, informing policy and advocating for change at the local, state, and national levels. Called by President Obama “one of the most successful anti-poverty programs in history,” we are sharing what we have learned with communities around the country and the world, inspiring widespread replication and changing the lives of millions beyond Harlem.  

HCZ’s Development department is seeking a committed Development Officer to support the robust Institutional Giving efforts of our dynamic team. Reporting to the Assistant Director of Institutional Giving, the successful candidate will play a key role in cultivating, stewarding, and growing corporate, foundation, and government revenue and will be an integral member of a collaborative team. Utilizing donor collateral and marketing materials, this is a front-line fundraising position based on a best practice approach to portfolio management and strategic revenue growth—the Institutional Giving team manages over $30M in annual private and public support. The Officer will work together with the Grants Manager and other front-line relationship managers to ensure the timely submission of proposals and reports.  

The successful candidate will balance independent initiative with effective teamwork across Development and the organization. The Officer will steward and raise funds in support of our ongoing priorities and related fundraising goals and in accordance with our organizational values. The successful candidate will have a passion for contributing to the mission of a pre-eminent, Black-led organization in the anti-poverty, education, and social services space. The position will be a valued member of a supportive team driven by a shared commitment to continuous learning, professional development, and growth. 

 Essential Duties and Responsibilities 

As part of our team, the Officer of Institutional Giving will: 

  • Manage a portfolio comprised of corporate, foundation, and government donors and prospects up to the $250k giving level, leveraging prominent lead support for general operating, program, and project-based initiatives 
  • Through daily collaboration with the Grants Manager, meet all relevant deadlines, manage content approval, and lead on submissions 
  • Help to co-manage donors at higher giving levels to ensure best practice grant management 
  • Steward current relationships as well as develop strategies to approach new prospects and re-engage lapsed funders 
  • Track all interactions and related donor activity in the Raiser’s Edge database, including assisting with revenue projections and donor analytics 
  • Sync with the grants management, donor communications, research, and administrative support teams while collaborating with staff across departments to source content and supplemental information for ongoing proposals and reports 
  • Orchestrate with administrative staff to coordinate meetings and site visits, including the creation of detailed executive briefings and agendas 
  • Support the team with other projects and events as needed 

Qualification, Skills and Knowledge Requirements 

The following skills and competencies are necessary for success in this role: 

  • Bachelor’s degree with minimum of 3-5 years of professional experience in fundraising or relevant sector, or equivalent professional experience and education  
  • Excellent spoken and written communication skills with keen attention to detail 
  • Proven track record in relationship-building and project management with an ability to be poised in a deadline-driven environment 
  • Experience with Raiser’s Edge or equivalent software a plus  
  • Passion for HCZ’s mission  

HCZ offers competitive salaries and a comprehensive benefits package. To be considered, applicants MUST submit a cover letter and résumé. No telephone inquiries or recruiters, please. Replies will only be sent to qualified applicants. HCZ is an EOE. 

 

Development Officer, Institutional Giving 

Harlem Children’s Zone (HCZ) is a world-renowned non-profit that is breaking the cycle of generational poverty for more than 22,500 children and adults in Central Harlem and millions more well…

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  • Flexibilidad
    A Tiempo Completo
  • Tipo de contrato
    Contrato indefinido

Ubicación

Presencial
1916 Park Ave, New York, NY 10037, USA

Cómo aplicar

Send your resume to hczcareers@hcz.org or apply here.

Send your resume to hczcareers@hcz.org or apply here.

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