Partnership for Maternal and Child Health of Northern NJ
April 5, 2018
Newark, New Jersey
Based on experience
Full Time - Experienced
4 Year Degree
OVERVIEW: The Director of Development is responsible for conceiving and implementing a comprehensive development strategy to attain organizational fundraising goals. Build new and expand existing relationships to develop a network of potential donors. Create a schedule of fundraising activities, including solicitation of individual donors, securing financial support from corporations and foundations. Orchestrate Partnership events that promote giving. Supervise Communications Manager.
Develop a fundraising plan that transforms revenue mix to incorporate a variety of unrestricted funding and expand existing portfolio of grants.
Build consumer/donor relationships.
Identify and solicit gifts from individuals.
Identify funding opportunities within foundations and corporations.
Plan and manage special events that boost institutional and individual fundraising efforts.
Develop and execute online fundraising campaigns.
Direct Communications Manager to develop marketing and fundraising materials aimed at increasing donations.
Identify and cultivate existing/potential Board members with the capacity to increase donations.
Establish donor recognition program to ensure long-term giving.
Identify and maintain donor database software.
Serve as staff liaison to Fundraising Committee of Partnership’s Board of Trustees.
Handle other duties as assigned.
DESIRED EDUCATION AND SKILLS:
Minimum 5 years’ experience as a professional fundraiser required.
Broad-based knowledge of development activities, including software and web-based activities required.
Creative, driven, well organized individual with enthusiasm for building success from the ground up.
Self-starter who thrives while working independently and sees challenges as a welcome opportunity for problem solving.
Contagiously enthusiastic - obtains energy from connecting with individuals; uses social skills to build relationships.
Emotionally mature with flexibility/sensitivity to work with diverse personalities.
Excellent interpersonal, written and oral communication skills required.
Computer proficiency in MS Office Suite.
Please email résumé, cover letter and salary requirements to:
Executive Assistant/Office Manager
Partnership for Maternal and Child Health of Northern New Jersey
50 Park Place, Suite 700
Newark, NJ 07102
Submissions without a cover letter and/or salary requirement will not be considered. We thank you for your interest in working for The Partnership. Once submitted, your résumé will be reviewed, and if your background fits our needs, someone from our office will contact you for an interview.
Internal Number: CORE
About Partnership for Maternal and Child Health of Northern NJ
The Partnership for Maternal and Child Health of Northern New Jersey, Inc. is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization of health care professionals and consumers dedicated to providing education and increasing community awareness by facilitating collaboration among the private sector, the public sector, and maternal and child health care providers for the delivery of high quality coordinated maternal and child health care.The mission of the Partnership includes the following:To gather, analyze, interpret and report data, identify needs for the development of a regional plan that contributes to the improvement of the maternal and child health needs in the region.To decrease the disparities in healthcare outcomes between different socioeconomic and racial groups and eliminating the barriers to health care services for women and children.To foster interdisciplinary communication, education and collaboration for the care of woman and children in the region.To intensify efforts toward the improvement and prevention of adverse maternal and child health outcomes by addressing community risk factors.To maintain a total quality improvement program relating to maternal and child health service within the region.To secure multiple funding resources related to maternal and child health.