Location and Job Title:
Jewish Community Center of San Francisco
3200 California Street
San Francisco, CA 94118
Development Officer, Institutional Giving/Major Gifts
The Development Officer, Institutional Giving/Major Gifts has two primary roles: 1) To work as an integral member of the development department, raising funds from institutional donors, such as professional foundations, corporations and Jewish federations, as well as family foundations; 2) To conduct high quality prospect research and analysis using a variety of sources and strategies, to provide accurate, timely, and strategic data and information to frontline Development staff on prospective donors with an emphasis on Major Gift Prospects. Duties between institutional giving and major gifts are split approximately 60/40.
- Support the director in managing proposal and reporting processes of high-level restricted institutional donors, which includes coordinating production, responsibilities and deliverables within institutional giving and across departments.
- Work in collaboration with staff at all levels across the organization to accurately represent JCCSF's new and ongoing programs to external audiences through reports, proposals, and other written materials.
- Under supervision, manage a dynamic portfolio of grant reports and assist with all stages of the grant lifecycle, including proposal development.
- Ensure grant data entry into various systems is accurate and timely, creates donor acknowledgements and assists Development staff with other administrative tasks
- Support building relationships with new and existing institutional funders to acquire and sustain long-term funding partnerships.
- Support the research of prospective institutional funders and recommendations for engaging (or not engaging) prospective funders.
- Write, proofread, and copy-edit development content as needed; for example, manage and source stories for annual Impact Report
- Opportunity to proactively build the JCCSF's corporate sponsorship portfolio.
Major Gifts/Prospect Research:
- Analyze interpret and format biographical, professional, and financial information needed to facilitate the solicitation of private funds from individual and corporate donors
- Create prospect profiles and reports on potential donors using electronic resources and publications.
- Provide extensive analysis and data in reports, including an evaluation of results and recommendations for cultivation strategies.
- Liaise and strategize with front-line fundraising team to assess information needs and effectiveness of research.
- Assists with the identification and assignment of new potential prospects.
- Utilize a wide range of resources for research, including publications, online databases, community resources, existing files and records, and networking opportunities.
- Create and maintain a record management system.
- Database entry, maintenance and tracking of donor information, notes, attachments, and opportunities.
- Update department collateral as needed, including annual appeals.
- Assist in the facilitation of planning and support for moves management of individual donors and stewardship plans.
- Provide administrative and event support as needed in Development efforts.
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- BA degree or equivalent work experience in related field
- 2 - 4 years in nonprofit or relevant industry
- 2+ years experience in donor/member engagement
- Self-motivated with strong writing and communication skills, relationship building, project management, and research.
- Ability to meet deadlines, work under pressure, prioritize, and handle multiple, complex projects.
- Strong research capacity: ability to interpret, analyze, and represent complex issues in donor-friendly language.
- Demonstrated ability to apply reasoning skills to evaluate issues and identify potential solutions as well as analytical abilities to weigh alternative solutions against objectives.
- Excellent oral and written communication skills, with the ability to present material in a concise, professional manner, in keeping with departmental goals and standards.
- Knowledge of the arts, education, and Jewish community of San Francisco a plus.
- Experience in preparing budgets and financial reports a plus.
- Willingness and interest in learning new systems
- Pride in data integrity and hygiene
- A team player, willing to collaborate and support all members of the Development Team.
- Strong commitment to the mission of JCCSF
- Strong knowledge of Microsoft Office programs; required familiarity with Salesforce
Working conditions are those typical of an office environment. A hybrid work schedule of up to 50% remote work may be available based on the needs of the department and work requirements.
Position requires seated or standing use of a computer throughout the day.
Benefited, exempt position
Full-time, Monday - Friday, with occasional evening and weekend work due to Development events outside of business hours.
HEALTH & SAFETY:
In order to keep staff and participants as safe and healthy as possible, all staff working on-site will be required to be vaccinated (COVID-19) prior to beginning work. Please reach out to HR@jccsf.org if you have questions.
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$65,000 - $75,000
Urban and inclusive, the Jewish Community Center of San Francisco (JCCSF) celebrates our vibrant city and its people. We explore Jewish culture and traditions as a pathway for joyful, meaningful living. We're a community for everyone, using the power of gathering together to share, inspire, support and restore. The JCCSF is located in San Francisco, CA at 3200 California Street (at Presidio).