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Director of Development Regional
Type
Full-time
Organization
Planned Parenthood Southwest Ohio
Location
Dayton OH
Job Summary
JOB SUMMARY:
The Director of Development, Regional leads fundraising and engagement strategies for the Greater Miami Valley region. Based out of our Dayton office, this position will play a vital role in securing contributed revenue and expanding our network of support, while managing a personal portfolio of 75-100 major gift prospects. Our team of Development Directors (Regional, Mid Level, Annual Fund, and Grants) work in tandem to identify, cultivate, solicit and steward donors and prospects. Responsible for establishing strategies and executing programs including but not limited to major, mid-level, annual, planned and corporate gifts.
 
Job Description
Are you an experienced fundraiser with proven results? We are expanding our development team by adding two new positions. The Director of Development, Regional will focus on relationship-building and donor engagement in the Dayton, Ohio/Miami Valley area. We are seeking someone with deep roots in these communities who can jump in and get to work quickly. If you are a dynamic, fun, energetic and determined fundraiser, please consider joining our team.
 
 
PLANNED PARENTHOOD SOUTHWEST OHIO REGION
JOB DESCRIPTION
 
 
POSITION:              Director of Development, Regional                DEPARTMENT:  Development
REPORTS TO:         Vice President of Development                      STATUS:  Exempt, Full-Time
UPDATED:               June 2022                                                       
 
SCOPE OF POSITION:
Together we raise more than $5.0 million annually to make sure that Planned Parenthood Southwest Ohio (PPSWO) can provide quality reproductive health care and education to those who need it most. We need your enthusiasm, energy, skills and passion to expand our excellent team.
 
JOB SUMMARY:
The Director of Development, Regional leads fundraising and engagement strategies for the Greater Miami Valley region. Based out of our Dayton office, this position will play a vital role in securing contributed revenue and expanding our network of support, while managing a personal portfolio of 75-100 major gift prospects. Our team of Development Directors (Regional, Mid Level, Annual Fund, and Grants) work in tandem to identify, cultivate, solicit and steward donors and prospects. Responsible for establishing strategies and executing programs including but not limited to major, mid-level, annual, planned and corporate gifts.
 
ESSENTIAL DUTIES:
1.      Plan and lead strategy that includes prospecting, cultivation, solicitation and stewardship of all annual, major, giving circle, affinity group, planned giving and corporate donors and prospects with in the region.
a.       Manage the above portfolios working in conjunction with the Vice President of Development and Senior Director of Development using Moves Management.
b.      Continually assess new prospects to look for engagement opportunities.
c.       Establish and meet mutually agreed upon financial goals for moving donors through development cycle, including visits, dollars solicited and dollars raised.
d.      Coordinate and staff regional cultivation and stewardship events to elevate the visibility of Planned Parenthood in the community and garner increased financial support.
e.       Oversee meaningful donor recognition programs and opportunities for engagement at all  levels of giving (major gifts, affinity groups, giving circle and corporate members).
2.      Oversee assessment of regional fundraising metrics. Develop, manage and track budgets for all giving programs within the Greater Miami Valley region.
a.       Prepare reports for Board of Trustees and Strategic Plan meetings.
3.      Create a regional advisory committee of fundraising volunteers to assist in achieving revenue goals. Responsible for meaningful volunteer engagement, scheduling, meeting preparation, training, and follow up.
4.      Oversee special stewardship projects including: follow up letters after VIP events, holiday card mailings, “swag” mailings, invitations to special events, personal calls to donors, etc.
a.       Create and prepare donor packets of information, proposals, budgets, gift agreements and contact reports for all assigned donors.
5.      Adheres to all policies and procedures as established by Planned Parenthood Federation of America and PP Southwest Ohio Region, such as: gift acceptance, gift counting, and gift processing, AFP Ethics and Donor Bill of Rights. Fulfills information requests and maintains reporting accuracy to ensure continued compliance for Affiliate Accreditation purposes.
6.      Performs other duties as assigned.
 
KNOWLEDGE AND SKILL REQUIREMENTS:
·         Passionate commitment to PPSWO’s mission and values related to health equity, especially centering on racial equity, and a deep sense of accountability to community. Demonstrated understanding of the role that racial inequity plays in our society and its impact on healthcare systems and care delivery.
·         Demonstrated ability to be responsive to changing priorities and simultaneously handle multiple complex initiatives. Strong attention to detail.
·         Excellent relationship building and communication skills, including a high level of self-awareness, empathy, and humility in interpersonal interactions.
·         Bachelor’s degree and CFRE accreditation preferred.
·         At least three (5) years of professional fundraising experience in the nonprofit sector.
·         Excellent interpersonal skills and an ability to confidently ask for major gifts.
·         Experience with fundraising tools including research, prospect development, direct mail, proposal writing, major gifts, and planned giving.
·         Managerial experience with interns, volunteers, and committees.
·         Experience with financial record-keeping software as well as common word processing, database management, spreadsheets and online communication technology.
·         Excellent organizational skills.
·         Must be a discreet individual with well-developed analytical and problem-solving abilities.
·         Must maintain strict confidentiality with donor information.
 
PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS/WORKING CONDITIONS:
·         Ability to get to the work site; also other PPSWO health centers and meetings when required.

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