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  • Career Postings - AFP Vancouver - Association of Fundraising Professionals Vancouver Chapter
    produce revenue to support the overall mission of CPCH The Coordinator will help develop the vision and strategy for implementing a cause marketing fundraising program that positions CPCH as a preferred charity of choice for major corporations businesses and community partners EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE Post secondary degree or diploma in a relevant discipline with a minimum of 3 years related professional experience in fundraising sales or other revenue generating activities including the development of cause marketing plans budgets and the execution of these An equivalent combination of education and experience will be considered QUALIFICATIONS Knowledge of fundraising systems structures and procedures Proven success in cause marketing annual campaigns or fundraising events Excellent verbal and written English communication skills Strong attention to detail Demonstrated ability to be a collaborative team player and establish and maintain positive working relationships both internally and externally High degree of initiative resourcefulness and thoughtfulness in the decision making process Excellent organizational and time management skills must have the ability to meet assigned objectives by adapting and modifying the sequence of work methods and standards to meet changing conditions Ability to exercise a high level of tact and discretion in both internal and external interactions is critical

    Original URL path: http://afpvancouver.org/Career-Postings/Current-Listings.aspx?CareerPostingID=1492 (2016-02-18)
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  • Career Postings - AFP Vancouver - Association of Fundraising Professionals Vancouver Chapter
    a development plan and strategies that focus on major gifts gift and estate planning annual gifts direct mail special events and capital projects You will expand the individual foundation private funder and corporate investment base by designing implementing and managing a comprehensive solicitation cultivation recognition and stewardship program You will formulate and implement a strategy for prospect identification evaluation and cultivation You will lead coach and manage a staff team with goal setting and accountability as the foundation for your leadership and the team s success You will recruit train and work with senior level volunteers who are engaged in the organization s fundraising events and initiatives You will work with the Board of Directors to enhance fundraising knowledge and capacity You will develop relationships with community leaders to garner support for Family Services of the North Shore OUR MUST HAVES YOU ARE A senior level professional highly regarded for your leadership and success in fund development A critical analytical thinker with exceptional business financial management and strategic planning acumen A natural born marketer able to match the interests of philanthropic investors with an organization s priorities A motivator coach and mentor for your staff who play a key role and who you hold accountable for your success in reaching goals and fundraising targets Skilled in identifying recruiting and working with senior level fundraising volunteers An ambassador for the organization able to increase its profile through spearheading successful fundraising initiatives and campaigns MORE MUST HAVES Relevant university degree s and a minimum of 5 7 years experience as a senior development executive or development director Full understanding of and experience with the integration of donor database systems for the purpose of donor communication stewardship and moves management A creative self starter with a proactive collaborative work style Able to manage

    Original URL path: http://afpvancouver.org/Career-Postings/Current-Listings.aspx?CareerPostingID=1493 (2016-02-18)
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  • Career Postings - AFP Vancouver - Association of Fundraising Professionals Vancouver Chapter
    2015 The Foundation also owns and operates three revenue generating businesses Nanaimo Lifeline and two Code Brew cafés one located in the lobby of the Nanaimo Regional General Hospital and one at the corner of Dufferin and Boundary Crescents in the Millstone Medical Centre The Opportunity President The President is accountable through the Chair of the Nanaimo District Hospital Foundation Board of Directors for strategic and operational leadership ensuring responsible financial management of entrusted funds and advancing participation and philanthropic support This position combines pure fundraising acumen with outstanding leadership abilities the President must display comfort and facility with fund accounting and financial reports acting as the lead connection with major donors and supervising fundraising activities and demonstrate effective management practices such as the translation of strategic initiatives values mission and purposes of the Foundation into action plans The President will take responsibility for building and maintaining successful and effective relationships between the Nanaimo District Hospital Foundation and its internal stakeholders external stakeholders and the community at large The ideal candidate will possess the following qualifications and experience A university degree in business or related field A related professional certification CFRE is preferred and a member in good standing of AHP AFP CAGP or other related industry association A minimum of ten years of experience in a fund development or senior fundraising role with supervisory operational and administrative development responsibilities preferably in a healthcare and or not for profit setting with evidence of continued growth through education and participation in professional fundraising organizations and initiatives A minimum of five years of experience in major giving and a proven record of high performance in closing major gifts especially six and seven figure gifts A solid understanding of all fund development vehicles and progressive management experience in voluntary sector organizations and multi

    Original URL path: http://afpvancouver.org/Career-Postings/Current-Listings.aspx?CareerPostingID=1489 (2016-02-18)
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  • Career Postings - AFP Vancouver - Association of Fundraising Professionals Vancouver Chapter
    research intensive Faculty encompassing a full range of programs in the social sciences humanities and creative and performing arts It is the largest Faculty at UBC comprising 25 departments schools and institutes along with the Chan Centre for the Performing Arts the Museum of Anthropology and the Belkin Gallery of Contemporary Art As Director of Development and Alumni Engagement you will be responsible for developing and operationalizing strategies to ensure that objectives are met You will manage a development program at the 8 to 20 million level and oversee an alumni engagement strategy for 100 000 alumni You will also be responsible for moving leadership gift account strategies forward where a high degree of senior administration involvement is required You will work in partnerships with senior University administration and faculty to facilitate maximum private and public sector support as well as provide leadership to a team of career and senior level employees The ideal candidate will have a minimum of 10 to 12 years of experience in major gift fundraising strategy development and leadership You must be energetic self directed and able to work confidently and successfully in a fast paced rapidly expanding development operation Knowledge of university development and academic structure is preferred To apply to this position or if you have any questions please apply directly to Penny Penner Human Resources Specialist at penny penner ubc ca Applications will be accepted until March 11 2016 The University of British Columbia has a competitive compensation and benefits package and offers a unique and rewarding employment experience Please visit www ubc ca to learn more about the University The salary range for this position is 110 000 150 000 per annum UBC hires on the basis of merit and is committed to employment equity All qualified persons are encouraged to

    Original URL path: http://afpvancouver.org/Career-Postings/Current-Listings.aspx?CareerPostingID=1488 (2016-02-18)
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  • Career Postings - AFP Vancouver - Association of Fundraising Professionals Vancouver Chapter
    broad range of events and activities specific programming for young alumni alumni reunions and active alumni associations for both Victoria College and Emmanuel College The generous support of alumni and friends ensures that Victoria University students continue to benefit from the many advantages of being a member of the Victoria community generous scholarship and bursary funds superb libraries enriching co curricular programming support for extracurricular activities and a physical setting that is maintained with love and care THE IDEAL CANDIDATE The Executive Director will believe in the philosophy that an integrated advancement office produces superior results and will be able to articulate a clear vision and expectations in a fast paced goal oriented environment Deliberate and strategic decision making will be balanced with a genuine and respectful approach embodying the caring and supportive nature of Victoria University The ideal candidate will be a skilled and successful advancement professional with significant broad based experience in development alumni relations and marketing and communications Warm and outgoing the Executive Director will have the ability to relate to alumni and re ignite their interest in Vic Sensitive to the unique characteristics of each cohort of alumni the new incumbent will build inclusive programs to inspire continued engagement with Vic our students and fellow alumni Capitalizing on the benefits of an integrated advancement office the Executive Director will excel at building on existing relationships and establishing new connections Articulate and authentic the ideal candidate will effectively communicate priorities concepts and themes to capture the imagination of potential supporters around Victoria s highest fundraising priorities The ideal candidate will also be motivated by the opportunity to expand communications and promote Victoria as the model for undergraduate and theological education in Canada Positive and inspiring the new incumbent will exhibit a deep appreciation for the strong sense of history at Victoria and will become a champion of its caring and collegial culture A superior collaborator the Executive Director will participate fully within Victoria s senior management team and will actively liaise with colleagues in the Division of University Advancement at the University of Toronto The ideal candidate will bring enthusiasm to collaborating with and providing guidance to significant interactions with students Curious and engaging the successful candidate will proactively seek opportunities to participate in our community and in campus life Open and accessible the successful candidate will be a gifted leader who demonstrates a genuine interest in helping people to learn and grow Combining trust with the ability to delegate the ideal candidate will also capitalize on employee strengths and provide opportunities for increased responsibility and autonomy Respectful of the people and approaches currently in place the Executive Director will combine deep knowledge of philanthropic best practices with creativity and innovation to take our alumni and advancement programs to the next level The new incumbent will employ strong strategic thinking to respond to opportunities and will possess the emotional maturity and relationship skills to implement change successfully The Executive Director will appreciate and understand the federated status

    Original URL path: http://afpvancouver.org/Career-Postings/Current-Listings.aspx?CareerPostingID=1487 (2016-02-18)
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  • Career Postings - AFP Vancouver - Association of Fundraising Professionals Vancouver Chapter
    a part of a transformational organization in one of Canada s poorest neighbourhoods We are seeking out those who can thrive in a collaborative and compassionate environment If you are yearning for an opportunity to grow with an organization that makes a difference by helping hundreds of people each and every day UGM has a career that fits you UGM is a proud member of the Canadian Council of Christian Charities To learn more about UGM visit ugm ca Job Summary The Development Officer Legacy Giving DOLG Maternity Leave reports to the Director Resource Development DRD and under the direction of the DRD leads legacy giving initiatives at UGM The DOLG is responsible for the growth of the Legacy Giving program at UGM through prospect identification qualification cultivation solicitation and stewardship of legacy giving donors and prospects The DOLG provides regular supervision to the Development Coordinator Legacy Giving whose primary responsibility is to maintain and execute the legacy survey system At times you will come into contact with clients in crisis situations brought about by diverse problems There will be Outreach Workers and other Programs staff nearby to assist as required This is a maternity leave auxiliary full time position for a year For a copy of the full job description please visit our website Skill Set We are looking for individual with a university degree and or professional certification along with 1 3 years of experience in major gifts The successful candidate must also have experience with and good working knowledge of Raiser s Edge CFRE designation is an asset This position may have unsupervised access to vulnerable adults or children Therefore the successful candidate must provide a current criminal record check as a condition of employment This position requires the incumbent to drive a UGM vehicle Therefore the

    Original URL path: http://afpvancouver.org/Career-Postings/Current-Listings.aspx?CareerPostingID=1483 (2016-02-18)
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  • Career Postings - AFP Vancouver - Association of Fundraising Professionals Vancouver Chapter
    day to day operations of the Campaign consistent with the capital campaign plan She he works closely with the VP Fund Development President CEO Campaign Committee members and other staff to execute a comprehensive fundraising strategy targeting individuals corporations and foundations to raise a minimum of 25 million This position will require a self directed self motivated candidate with proven exceptional interpersonal and communication skills ACCOUNTABILITIES Responsible for maintaining the campaign prospect pipeline plan and timeline fundraising progress reports and goals Support campaign volunteers develop and provide capital campaign training schedule leadership meetings and solicitation calls maintaining meeting notes Manage Campaign Coordinator and Prospect Researcher Coordinate the identification research and evaluation of prospective donors by utilizing proven campaign solicitation methodologies develop and execute targeted solicitation plans manage prospect lists conduct research create documents and forms for execution In collaboration with Manager of Major Gifts and Planned Giving in partnership with program staff develop grant proposals for foundations and corporations Maintaining master campaign calendar to maximize cultivation events and keep campaign committee on track Participate on capital project task team and assist the senior Y staff and volunteer leadership in keeping the Campaign on track and on schedule Manage the campaign fundraising budget and evaluate progress toward goal including preparing financial reports for discussion with volunteers and senior staff Further develop naming opportunities and donor recognition criteria Participate on cultivation and solicitation visits where appropriate Oversee the production of Campaign communications material in collaboration with Marketing and Communication Regulate the recording of gifts pledge collections and gift acknowledgement Conduct public speaking engagements as necessary Maintain accurate donor files with professional confidentiality Other duties as assigned QUALIFICATIONS Post Secondary Degree or Diploma in a related field Minimum 5 years of related experience in fundraising with a track record of success in capital

    Original URL path: http://afpvancouver.org/Career-Postings/Current-Listings.aspx?CareerPostingID=1482 (2016-02-18)
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  • Career Postings - AFP Vancouver - Association of Fundraising Professionals Vancouver Chapter
    Health Services and matching them to donor interests The department works in collaboration with health care staff and leadership to understand and develop compelling proposals and cases for support Providing accountability reports and monitoring donor funded initiatives to support accurate and effective donor stewardship are also key functions of the department Position Summary The Manager Offers and Proposals has exceptional written and verbal communication skills The incumbent collaborates with other Foundation staff and various hospital stakeholders to become the Foundation s expert on a wide array of clinical areas and to understand where philanthropy can play a role A key requirement of the role is the ability to quickly and accurately translate complex scientific and medical language into inspiring and easy to understand visions Drawing on their versatile writing style the Manager Offers and Proposals works with Major Gifts staff and relevant health care teams to develop compelling proposals and other customized materials The incumbent is also responsible for actively monitoring donor funded initiatives such as equipment purchases pilot programs or renovations to ensure they remain aligned with donor intent Other responsibilities include preparing and monitoring key financial elements such as budgets Qualifications and Experience University graduation in a relevant discipline or equivalent Minimum three years of professional experience in technical writing journalism communications or a related discipline in health care and or fundraising Experience developing and writing fundraising cases for support and proposals Outstanding research and editing skills Demonstrated ability to succinctly and appropriately communicate relevant information to diverse audiences Proven ability to meet deadlines in a fast paced high demand environment with competing deadlines and time and resource constraints Demonstrated project management and facilitation skills with a sound knowledge of formal project management methodologies and practices Highly developed interpersonal skills and proven ability to exercise a high degree

    Original URL path: http://afpvancouver.org/Career-Postings/Current-Listings.aspx?CareerPostingID=1480 (2016-02-18)
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