Associate Director of Development

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organization:Oregon Food Bank
position summary:

The Associate Director of Development (ADD) is responsible for the leadership and management of administrative services of the Development Department including effective donor communications, donor database, proper gift acknowledgement and recordkeeping, events and Annual Fund activities. Provide leadership in this area to ensure that high standards and best practices result in the achievement of revenue from new and existing sources as well as donor satisfaction and good stewardship. Collaborate/supervise staff in Development and Food Resources areas to ensure development, maintainence and appropriate changes to an integrated donor services program. The Associate Director of Development will provide leadership to the entire Development Department in the event of the extended absence or vacancy in the office of the Director of Development, under the direction of the Chief Operations Officer. to view a complete job description please visit our website.

Salary / Pay Rate:Pay range starts at $55,448/year
Required Skills and Abilities:Primary attributes of the ADD include a thorough knowledge of the fundraising process and the Raiser’s Edge donor database management software, ability to implement innovative as well as traditional fundraising methods, negotiate complex contracts and agreements, develop and track progress on individual work plans, recognize the individual needs and requirements of donors, and understand the financial intracacies associated with gift management.
Qualifications:Bachelor’s degree and five years related work experience or equivalent. Additional education may be substitued for experience, and educational qualifications may be waived depending on work history. Experience in event planning, database systems, donor research, and donor recognition programs. Ability to professionally interact with major donors, members of the board of directors, corporate partners and volunteers. Experience in strategic/tactical planning and annual budget development. Strong supervisory and management skills and experience. Proficiency with Microsoft Windows and Office environment (Word, Excel, Access, Outlook), Raiser’s Edge, and standard office equipment. Ability to manage multiple projects with attention to detail, handle interruptions, maintain focus on tasks and produce accurate work. Ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing with a broad range of stakeholders. Ability to make presentations and develop reports that may include technical information. Strong problem solving skills. Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with diverse stakeholders. Ability to work independently and as part of a team. Safe driving record, current vehicle insurance and ability to use personal vehicle for OFB business. Must be able to pass criminal background check.
Education Required:College degree