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Leadership Giving Officer

Leadership Giving Officer, Major Gifts (2 roles available)

The Leadership Giving Officers will report to the Senior Director of Leadership Giving and will be able focus fully on portfolio management and relationship building without the responsibilities of staff supervision. These roles are designed for professionals with a working knowledge and more importantly, a true passion for donor-facing fundraising. You will focus the vast majority of your time on creating and growing a portfolio of donors and prospects with major giving capacity of at least $25,000 over multiple years. The successful candidates will:

* Bring authentic and passionate fundraising leadership and a heart for the work

* Be responsible for the direction and production of your portfolio of individual and institutional prospects, including major gifts, foundation/corporate giving as well as embrace prospect research and analytics

* Help develop and implement professional processes and activities in all areas related to leadership giving as part of the building of the "new culture"

* Achieve top performance as measured by number of visits, successful moves management of assigned prospects, timely asks and superlative stewardship

* Stay accountable to leadership and be open to ongoing management and supervision including portfolio assignment, performance evaluations and professional development

Requirements

* A credible Christian witness and lifestyle that exemplifies Christ in character and actions

* A bachelor's degree from a recognized four-year college or university. A combination of education and experience may be substituted for a Bachelor's degree

* Demonstrated success in working collaboratively and positively with other fundraising staff and success in relationship building with strategic external allied professionals

* A history of success in leading fundraising activities and creating a culture of philanthropy; a passion and talent for building and maintaining authentic relationships

* A proven record of personally securing current, deferred, or blended gift commitments

* Knowledge of nonprofit governance, organizational administration and Biblically-inspired relationship building and staff interaction in a nonprofit environment

* An ability to keep matters confidential and to demonstrate honesty, loyalty and respect

* A strong and demonstrable skill set in efficiently implementing multiple projects and activities with various deadlines simultaneously

* The ability to thrive in a consultative, diverse, inclusive and ever-changing environment

* Digital fluency with a comfort level with back-end development technology solutions
(Raisers Edge or comparable)

To engage the search process, please either e-mail your materials or contact Colleen Neese at cneese@duffygroup.com or (602) 802-8329.

Time:  Full-Time
Salary:  Exempt
Category:  Development

Updated:
7/13/2021 6:09:54 PM

Job Contact:
Colleen Neese
(602) 802-8329

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1540 W. Van Buren St.
Phoenix, AZ 85007

(602) 802-8329

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