Location and Job Title:
Corporate & Community Philanthropy Manager
Jewish Silicon Valley / Addison-Penzak JCC
14855 Oka Road
Los Gatos, CA 95032
Position: Corporate & Community Philanthropy Manager
Classification: At-Will, Full time, Exempt, benefitted position
Reports to:Reports to Senior Director of Philanthropy
The Corporate & Community Philanthropy Manager (CCPM) will develop and implement the corporate engagement and sponsorship initiatives for JSV.The CCPM is responsible for ensuring the corporate sponsorship goals are met through effective program design and implementation. The CCPM will oversee philanthropy events to engage both corporate and individual donors. The CCPM will work closely with a professional and volunteer team including the Senior Director of Philanthropy & Major Gifts (SDPMG), CEO, program staff, Fund Development Committee and the Board of Directors. The CCPM reports to the SDPMG
Areas of Responsibility
- Create and implement a corporate sponsorship strategy through mutually beneficial relationships which build brand recognition for the corporation and increase philanthropic dollars for JSV.
- Explore and facilitate strategic partnerships across various industries (tech, real estate, small businesses) to support the needs of JSV, including connections with Corporate Social Responsibility Offices (CSR).
- Support in the creation and implementation of the Fund Development communication and marketing strategy.
- Work with staff and volunteers to plan and implement fund development events, including annual fundraiser(s), donor recognition, major donor stewardship, and affinity groups.
- Keep abreast of institutional and communal priorities and programs; ensure that Jewish Silicon Valley's case for support is current, relevant and effectively communicated with donors.
- Support and enhance the organization's presence with its many constituencies, promoting a collaborative, and donor focused approach to development.
- Work with JSV and community professionals to encourage leadership development and determine strategy to engage donors through affinity groups.
- Participate with professional peers and relevant lay leaders in the strategic development process to utilize their expertise and cultivate their support to develop a long-term strategic plan for growing the community's philanthropic support
- Manage and coordinate the philanthropy events across all fund development efforts.
- Oversee the Women's Philanthropy efforts working closely with volunteers and staff to create engagement opportunities across all levels of giving.
Qualifications and competencies:
- BA Degree, at least 3 years prior experience as a development professional.
- Demonstrated success driving measurable results.
- Demonstrated success persuading and influencing groups and individuals to support the organization's agenda with respect to colleagues, team members, volunteer leadership and other potential stakeholders.
- Knowledgeable about and commitment to core Jewish values and the ability to demonstrate, communicate and represent those to others.
- Demonstrated success leading and managing other professionals, support staff and volunteers to achieve short- and long-term professional goals and competencies individually and as members of a team.
- Demonstrated success developing and implementing strategic activities and tasks with clear goals and objectives.
- Knowledge of the organized Jewish community.
- Demonstrated knowledge of Jewish history, tradition, culture.
- Demonstrated knowledge and understanding of the relationship between the American Jewish community, Israel and the Diaspora.
- Demonstrated understanding of the complexity of the volunteer/professional relationship and success managing those relationships in a warm and professional manner.
- Demonstrated analytical skills and the ability to problem solve.
- Demonstrated ability to manage multiple tasks simultaneously.
- Demonstrated success personally soliciting significant major gifts.
- Outstanding demonstrated success building, cultivating and stewarding new relationships leading to measurable results i.e. larger donor base, increase in campaign revenue, increase in volunteer participation and partnership
- Outstanding verbal and written communication skills and the ability to present at public platforms
- Demonstrated success working collaboratively and cooperatively with others, other departments within the organization and with other organizations and entities.
- Willingness and eagerness to explore new ideas.
- Process-driven with exceptional reporting and analytical skills are beneficial.
This position is contingent upon the return of a *clear LiveScan Background Check, verified positive employment reference, and submission of proof of full Covid-19 vaccination including booster dose if eligible (subject to qualified legal exemption with weekly testing requirement).
Working Conditions/Physical requirements:
The working conditions described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. While performing the duties of this job, the employee may be required to:
- Community Center and office environment
- Ability to sit for long periods.
- Routinely uses standard office equipment such as phones, computers and printers.
- Ability to lift/carry 25 lbs.
- *Work in the vicinity of children and older adults
Disclaimer: This job description indicates in general terms, the type and level of work performed as well as the typical responsibilities of employees in this classification. The duties described are not to be interpreted as being all-inclusive to any specific employee. Management reserves the right to add, modify, change or rescind the work assignments of different positions and, when possible, to make reasonable accommodations so that qualified employees can perform the essential functions of the job. Nothing in this position description changes the at-will employment relationship existing between JSV and its employees.
$65,000 - $75,000
Amenities include fitness center, heated pool, children's pool, lighted tennis courts, full gymnasium, event auditorium and meeting rooms, athletic field, physical therapy clinic, free parking, acclaimed preschool for ages 18 months-5 years, day camp, recreation program for children with special needs, birthday parties, Center for Jewish Life & Learning, holiday celebrations, Judaica and Hebrew classes, enrichment classes on a variety of topics for all ages, sports programs for children and adults. Event rentals available.