| Saint Paul, MN | Posted February 23, 2017 |
We provide access to comprehensive primary medical care, dental and mental health services to all persons in our community in order to improve health and well-being, regardless of the ability to pay.
Basic Function and Responsibility:
The Campaign Manager is directly responsible for organizing and implementing an effective
$ 2 million campaign for United Family Medicine to fund an endowment to support the mental health programs of the clinic.
Duties and Responsibilities:
The Campaign Manager is a member of the staff team of United Family Medicine, reports to the Director of Advancement and has seven major areas of responsibility:
1. Assist in the identification of major gifts prospects and related research; organize and maintain a complete prospect/donor information and report system; develop individualized cultivation and solicitation plans for donor prospects; order guidelines and annual reports from foundations and corporations; prepare grant requests for the capital campaign.
2. Prepare letters, proposals and other reports or materials needed for effective solicitation of prospects; maintain follow-up system.
3. Assist in the identification, recruitment and training of volunteers. Provide organizational information and support to volunteers working at each campaign level; attend designated committee meetings; maintain minutes of decisions and assignments; follow up with volunteer assignments.
4. Maintain close association with all capital campaign volunteers to provide information on campaign progress and to develop materials and approaches needed for funding objectives.
5. Prepare monthly progress reports on activity, including: prospect lists, assignments by committee or volunteer, evaluations, contacts made, formal solicitations delivered, presentations, results, payment schedules (if multi-year pledge), follow-up reports needed, recognition.
6. Coordinate public relations efforts on behalf of the capital campaign and serve as a representative of the organization before public audiences throughout the metro area.
7. Work closely with professional Campaign Counsel to plan donor cultivation and solicitation tactics, assess campaign progress, develop marketing and communications strategies, train volunteer solicitors, and recommend action needed to maintain momentum of the campaign to the Board of Directors and the Endowment Campaign Cabinet.
Bachelor’s degree; CFRE desirable; successful 3-6 years of experience in some phase of not-for-profit fundraising program management; capital campaign management experience preferable; proven ability to work well with volunteers, staff, board and campaign committee members. Previous volunteer supervisory responsibilities. Proven ability to write and prepare fundraising materials and packages. Previous experience working with nonprofit public relations programs.
Technical qualifications include: knowledge and experience with computers, word processors, electronic communication systems, research and reporting techniques, and demonstrated competency in writing, public speaking and interpersonal communications.
Compensation and Benefits:
Commensurate with experience