Greater Toledo Community Foundation is accepting applications for a Philanthropic Services Coordinator. This position will be responsible for prospect management, fundraising efforts, stewardship, communications, donor relations, gift processing, board/committee support and day-to-day office management. This position will also serve as a key liaison for the Philanthropic Services Department regarding gift processing. Bachelor’s degree preferred. Full-time and benefits. Full job description available here. Applications due to [email protected] by February 3.
JOB TITLE: Philanthropic Services Coordinator
DEPARTMENT: Philanthropic Services & Advancement
SUPERVISOR: VP, Philanthropic Services & Advancement
Greater Toledo Community Foundation is a community asset. The Foundation is a collection of funds established by donors interested in philanthropy and supporting the Toledo area. Currently, the assets of the Foundation are approximately $304 million, made up of over 875 funds. The Foundation is also the largest grant maker in the Toledo area, granting approximately $17 million a year.
General Job Description
This position will be responsible for prospect management, fundraising efforts, stewardship, communications, donor relations, gift processing, board/committee support and day-to-day office management. This position will also serve as a key liaison for the Philanthropic Services Department regarding gift processing.
Major Duties and Responsibilities
Monitor all aspects of stewardship of all Fundholders/Donors including: Legacy Donors, current Fundholders and prospective Fundholders
Analyze gifts to determine appropriate classification
Process all gift receipts and thank you letters within receipting/acknowledgement policy
Assist in the production of Foundant reports pertaining to gifts and donors, as directed
Assist in the preparation of donor appeals
Provide support for various events and projects
Prospect Management functions
Donor Relations endeavors
Daily office functions
Other duties as assigned
Bachelor's Degree preferred, but not required, in a discipline related to the area of assignment; or equivalent combination of training and experience
Prior experience in fundraising in a Foundation, higher education or nonprofit setting
Excellent advanced knowledge and skills with Microsoft Office (including Word and Excel)
Willingness to learn new software application programs
Excellent verbal and written communication skills
Ability to manage multiple, ongoing projects
Accuracy, attention to detail and editing skills
Ability to work independently and in a team environment
While this is mainly an office position, the ability to lift small boxes (letter stock, postcard stock, paper) is required occasionally
Send resume and cover letter to [email protected] by February 3, 2020.