|Date:||March 14, 2011
|Position:||MANAGER, INDIVIDUAL GIVING
|Minimum Start Salary:||$51,735 - $55,387 per annum depending on experience; benefits|
|Position Status:||Permanent; Fulltime; 35 hours per week|
Direct responsibility for all fundraising programs related to contributions from Individual donors, including the acquisition of new individual donors; database administrator for fundraising database Sage FR100; and lead for compliance with Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) rules & regulations.
Nature of Position
A key position for the Fundraising Department and agency as a whole given our aggressive growth plans and demands for capital. A demanding job because of the scope and variety of programs in this portfolio all dealing with individual giving from prospective donor to major donor up to $1,000 level; and the importance of managing CHS’s fundraising database, the heart of the entire fundraising program.
• To plan and implement all aspects of individual giving campaigns, including but not limited to: Annual Appeal/Direct Mail; Monthly Giving; Major Gifts up to $1,000; Nevada Break-Open Tickets; CHS Membership; Tribute Giving; On-Line Donations; unsolicited donations.
• To grow and maximize the net revenue generated by all the Individual Giving programs listed above by meeting or exceeding approved targets
• To participate in the planning and execution of any provincially led fundraising special events; to provide support to regional fundraising activities through consultation, advice, and relevant information from the fundraising database
• Other duties as assigned
• Manage and oversee all transactions, policies and procedures of CHS’s fundraising database Sage FR100, including installing all updates to the database
• To work co-operatively with Regional Directors and staff to facilitate regional fundraising data capture and reports; to provide direction and guidance to CHS departments and regions on fundraising matters relating to CRA and other government regulations and requirements
• To provide stewardship to individual donors, including all communication (written and in person)
• To source, manage and evaluate the work of outside suppliers in the production of supporting materials for all individual campaigns
• To develop, implement and monitor policies relating to all Individual Giving programs;
• To prepare reports for the VP and Provincial Board as required
• To participate in regular staff meetings and offer advice and counsel to fundraising team
• To keep current with all Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) regulations and requirements
• Other duties as assigned
• To develop an annual budget including qualitative and quantitative objectives for each Individual Giving program in portfolio; annual budget responsibility in the $800 - $900K range depending on targets approved by the Board of Directors
• To monitor on a monthly basis all revenues and expenditures against budget and recommend and implement strategies for revenue recovery or expenditure overruns;
• To prepare CHS’s annual T3010B report for the federal government CRA; liaise with Financial Services to reconcile final T3010B submission
• To manage the work of the Development Coordinator to ensure prompt processing of all receivables and payables and other duties.
• To manage the work of the Data Entry Clerk to ensure accurate and timely processing of all income tax receipts
Supervision and Volunteer Coordination:
• Recruit and train Development Coordinator, Data Entry Clerk and volunteers in consultation with the Vice-president
• Evaluate performance for direct reports, volunteers and student placements
• Management of staff to follow CHS policies & procedures and Union Collective Agreement
• Set priorities, monitor quality of work, ensure deadlines are met, monitor customer satisfaction
• Undertake annual performance appraisals
• Undertake hiring, firing and disciplinary measures as needed
• Some supervisory responsibilities regarding use of summer students or part-time help
• Provide direction to regional staff (15-20) responsible for processing donations and memberships at the local level.
• To liaise with staff to ensure that current services and programs are accurately represented in outgoing materials.
• Participate in special events such as United Way, Maymonth, etc.
• Acquire and maintain the ASL Proficiency expectation for the position (Level 4)
To remain current on fundraising strategies and techniques as it affects this portfolio.
LINE OF RESPONSIBILITY:
Reports to Vice President, Fundraising and Strategic Communications
• Undergraduate degree in relevant field – marketing, fundraising or voluntary sector management – or equivalent
• 3-5 years of direct fundraising experience with proven results, preferably in the development and management of individual donor programs
• Proficiency with database and generic computer software programs. Experience with Sage FR100 a real asset
• Solid supervisory skills; experience managing staff in a unionized workplace an asset
• Ability to multi-task and successfully manage a number of different programs simultaneously Strong communication skills, including editing written materials
• Proficiency in ASL or willingness to learn
• Comfort with demanding workload and aggressive goals
• Ability to work within a team environment and be accountable for decisions and results.
|SEND RESUME TO:||Subject:
Competition # 2011-024
The Canadian Hearing Society
|Please email your resume as a MS Word attachment or paste the resume into the body of the email. Remember to put the competition number in the subject line. Thank you for your application.|
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