Arrhythmia Alliance

Director of Development Arrhythmia Alliance is dedicated to working together to improve the diagnosis, treatment and quality of life for all those affected by arrhythmias. This full-time position’s primary responsibilities include identification, cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship of prospects and donors including individuals, major donors, corporations and foundations, as follows: Cultivation •Manage and acquire multi-level donors, sponsors, prospects and foundations. •Plan and implement cultivation strategies to strengthen relationships. •Plan and implement prospecting plans for target acquisitions. •Manage and build multiple campaigns both new and ongoing. Solicitation •Develop appeals and proposals for multi-channel fundraising efforts including major giving, individual giving, corporate giving and foundations. •Include Board of Directors, Leadership and Key Volunteers in solicitation strategies. •Participate in face-to-face solicitations of high-level donors and sponsors. •Research and grant writing application. •Maintain a pipeline of solicitations and proposals. Stewardship •Nurture relationships with all donors, sponsors and foundations. • Develop and implement all stewardship activities including acknowledgments. •Attend Arrhythmia Alliance programs and special events, as appropriate. •Partner with key staff to ensure fulfilment of cultivation and stewardship practices. Administration •Develop annual work plan and revenue goals. •Provide regular updates to Board of Directors and Leadership. •Preparation of gift acknowledgements and all other correspondence. •Maintain accurate donor records in database. •Perform other duties as assigned by Leadership. Other areas of work •Develop and support marketing efforts across the organization. •Provide support with Board Development and Communications.


Position Requirements:
The ideal candidate will have a minimum of two to three years of face-to-face solicitation experience and a proven track record in the identification, cultivation, solicitation, and closure of multi-level charitable giving from multiple funding sources. The position requires excellent written and oral communications and interpersonal skills, strong project and time management skills, attention to detail, and the ability to develop and maintain good donor relations. Experience working with Board of Directors and Volunteers is a plus. Familiarity with the Low Country donor community a plus. The position requires an undergraduate degree.


Hours and Benefits:
 Full time 40 hour a week position
 Paid vacation time or additional vacation days granted
 Option to partially work from home, upon satisfactory completion of probationary period

Salary: Based on Experience

Start Date: Looking to fill the position with immediate affect

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