Intercambio is a great group passionate people working together to unite communities and share cultures. We believe that education and understand cultures helps to make our community stronger safer and more prosperous. With offices in Boulder and Longmont, we serve all of Boulder County.
Director of Development (DD)
Full-time, exempt (40 hours per week)
The DD is a dynamic ambassador of the organization who works closely with the Executive Director, Board of Directors, staff and volunteers to strategize and execute all aspects of the development and marketing functions of the organization. The DD will be an inspirational leader with the skill, vision and drive to take this successful organization to the next level in major donor cultivation, stewardship, individual giving programs, corporate investment, foundation support, earned revenue streams and events.
Other department duties include: coordinating Conversation Team events to involve donors in programming, event oversight and team management, speaking engagements and leadership of volunteer fundraising groups. This individual will help move this organization from great to excellent.
Report to: Executive Director
Direct reports: Grants Manager (GM), Community Events Manager (CEM), Development and Marketing Manager (DMM)
- 3-5 years in:
- Serving as a Development Director
- Achieving revenue targets greater than $1 million
- Cultivating individual donors and major gifts
- Managing staff in a non-profit setting
- Proven experience and knowledge of fundraising principles and techniques for securing new, major donors with a successful track record of solicitations of major and planned gifts over $20,000
- Demonstrated ability to prospect, cultivate and manage new accounts.
- Ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously within budget and deadlines
- Ability to work independently and also with a team with a high level of energy and can-do attitude
- Good organizational and administrative skills with the ability to multi-task
- Foreign language skills a plus
- Increasing revenues related to the short and long-term growth of Intercambio
- Significantly raise the level of sophistication in fundraising programs to improve the results in major donor and planned giving to increase annual fund donor base and amounts raised
- Ensure that every major donor has a clear strategy and timeline for cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship
- Responsible for the development and execution of the strategic plan for fundraising and the budget and forecasting process throughout the year
- Manage and supervise the Development team staff
- Identify and build relationships with prospective major donors, as well as maintain and expand existing relationships with existing major donors
- Supervise annual event coordination and ensure corporate sponsorships for events
- Attend board meetings and serve as primary staff liaison to the Development Committee, and other Board level committees as assigned by the ED
- Create and execute potential capital projects and planned giving program
- Provide monthly revenue forecasts, reports, and analysis
- With support of the ED, provide training regarding fundraising activities to Board and staff
Compensation will be commensurate with experience.
Qualified applicants must submit a cover letter, resume and three references to firstname.lastname@example.org with “Development Director” in the subject line. Incomplete applications will not be considered.
No phone calls.
Would you like to gain experience working inside a great nonprofit?
Sites and approximate dates:
Jan 1 – March 31
Longmont Office (T/Th 10am-12pm OR 6pm-8pm plus additional daytime office hours)
Sanchez Elementary in Lafayette (M/W 6pm-8pm plus additional daytime office hours)
Casey Middle School in Boulder (T/Th 6pm-8pm plus additional daytime office hours)
- Hours of work: 6-10 hours per week (4 hours on site, 2-6 office hours per week)
Reports to: Program Manager
Stipend: $600 per term (paid upon completion of term)
General Statement of Duties
He/she will work closely with the Program Manager (PD), the Program Coordinator and Academic Manager (AM) to address the needs of students and teachers. This person will also accurately maintain the management of the class-active student database and will coordinate all on-site student/volunteer management. The strongest candidates will have a desire to enhance cultural understanding. Spanish proficiency is required.
- Perform new student orientations which includes registration and level assessments
- Support in coordinating the first day of class and be on site for the remainder of the term which includes: greeting students, volunteers & assuring classrooms are left in order after class
- Maintain accurate and timely attendance and database which will include calling students
- Organize last night potluck celebration (paper goods etc.) and invite students to speak
- Check email regularly
- Collect and compile quarterly feedback and compile feedback information for teachers
- Support staff to proctor, score and enter placement tests
- Act as last minute sub when teacher emergency arises
- Student calls as appropriate
- Flyers to retailers/businesses
- Call class prospects one week prior to orientation and log
- Call students if they have two unexcused absences later in the term and log
- Proactively initiate efforts to improve procedures within area of responsibility
- Attend entire volunteer training
Strong interpersonal, oral and written communication skills in Spanish and English required. Ability to function effectively in a fluid, sometimes hectic environment. Attention to detail, an ability to manage multiple projects and strong computer skills are also required. Must attend volunteer training and have a deep commitment to the mission of Intercambio.
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