Capital Campaigns/Endowment, Development – General, Donor Relations/Stewardship
St. Aloysius is seeking a new member of its leadership team, Administrative Director of Communications and Foundation. This is a great season to join the team – the Board of Directors is highly engaged, the Executive Director has put together a talented and visionary team, and the organization is in year 2 of a well-conceived and actionable strategic plan. The ideal candidate will be highly visible and highly professional, with a sound background in both fundraising and marketing theory, strategy, and management. He/she will manage a wonderful Development team of four, and will work closely with the Board Development Committee, leaders and managers across the organization, and other key external stakeholders.
St. Aloysius serves children and adolescents in Southwest Ohio through specialized education, behavioral healthcare, and clinical resources needed to navigate the effects of trauma and mental health challenges. Accredited by CARF, Teaching-Family Association, The Sanctuary Institute, and certified by the Ohio Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services, St. Al's finds success working collaboratively with parents, teachers, local school districts, and other professionals to best meet the needs of every child.
The Administrative Director of Communications and Foundation ensures the continued growth and success of philanthropic investments and community engagement at St. Aloysius. Additionally, this role protects and promotes the St. Aloysius brand and works to inspire trust and confidence in organizational programs and initiatives.
The Administrative Director of Communications and Foundation is expected to be a competent fundraising technician and an excellent organizational development specialist who adheres to the highest ethical standards in management, governance and fund development. The Administrative Director of Communication oversees all aspects of the agency’s efforts on:
Internal and External communications
Major Role Expectations:
Proactively manage a portfolio of 50-60 prospects by developing and executing strategies across St. Aloysius programs
Identify and cultivate new relationships to grow the prospect portfolio and bring new gift solicitation plans into the pipeline for St. Aloysius
Develop and manage annual operational and strategic goals for Communications and Marketing, including website content, social media platforms, print collateral and all public affairs efforts
Manage all special events related to fundraising and community building
Acts as a primary liaison (along with the Executive Director) of St. Aloysius to build and maintain strong community and donor relationships
Performs staff management functions for St. Aloysius Foundation Board and Board Development Committee
Master’s degree in business or relevant field preferred, Bachelors in business or related field required.
7-10 years of experience in external fundraising required, with a demonstrated history of developing and advancing significant philanthropic investments through sophisticated relationship building.
Proven track record with successful management of major donor giving
A minimum of five years development experience in a leadership role
Experience using a donor database/CRM
Exceptional verbal and written communications skills
Ability to embrace the principles of the Sanctuary Model approach to working in a trauma-informed community
St. Aloysius Orphanage is an Equal Opportunity Employer
Internal Number: PC#210
About St. Aloysius
St. Aloysius’ mission is to support children and families in our community overcome challenges by providing the behavioral healthcare, education, and resources needed to heal and grow. St. Al’s serves children and adolescents in Southwest Ohio through behavioral healthcare, specialized education, and clinical resources needed to navigate the effects of trauma and mental health challenges. Accredited by CARF, Teaching-Family Association, and Sanctuary Institute, and certified by the Ohio Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services, St. Al's finds success working collaboratively with parents, teachers, local school districts, and other professionals to best meet the needs of every child.