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Development Director

The Children's Home Society of New Jersey

This is a Full-time position in Trenton, NJ posted November 24, 2021.

Since 1894, The Children’s Home Society of New Jersey strives to create a safe and culturally sensitive environment that promotes and fosters self-awareness of life impacting events while providing respect, encouraging independence and instilling hope in our children, families, staff, volunteers and interns.

We are a statewide community based not for profit agency with our central administrative office in Trenton, New Jersey.

The Development Director will oversee staff to produce division’s business plan for the coming year.

Will be responsible for analysis reports of each marketing activity, provide educational leadership for learning and development of marketing and funds development, and produce effective written newsletters, annual reports, and mailed solicitations.

Responsibilities include:
Create new and maintain special events.

(i.e.

Marketing a Gala, golf outing, Red Rose Day, Trenton Education Dance Institute events, and Driscoll Strawberry Days).

High involvement with helping Chief Executive Officer and Board of Directors implement capital campaign.
Design and utilize successful use of social networking technology, website technology, and internet engines.
Develop enduring positive relationships with donors, auxiliary, board, supporters, and the business community on behalf of the agency.
Supervise a staff of three professionals and some individual volunteers to achieve the overall goals for maximum marketing, fundraising, cultivation and maintenance of individual and corporate donors and corporate volunteers, publicity of agency’s services for client referrals, and for name recognition.
The position is supervised by the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) and requires working closely with the CEO and Chief Financial Officer (CFO), Director of Corporate Development and Volunteerism, and all program directors, board directors, community members, vendors, and donors.

Close communication and collaboration with CEO is required with yearly planning and needs as they arise during the year.
Educational Requirements:

Bachelor’s degree required, majors include marketing/fundraising/communications or English.

Computer competency, clear writing proficiency, ability to speak to groups.

Experience Requirements:
Minimum of 5 years of proven success as marketing/funds development/management/supervision
Five years of proven ability to direct and supervise marketing, funds development staff.

Successful experience working with donors, volunteers and corporate volunteers, social services staff, board, local and state leaders.
Advanced skills/knowledge in designing plans and preparing budgets for marketing, fundraising, public relations, social media networking, and website technology.

Ability to oversee graphic designer and coordinate with videographers.

Experience in carrying out a capital campaign.
Proven success in creating, planning, implementing special events such as Gala, golf outing, remote events.
Ability to effectively speak to community and corporate groups.
Excellent sense of humor and ability to make volunteers, donors, and the board have fun while volunteering.
Exceptional people skills in working with and building positive relationships with board/donors of all ages.

Be a good listener.
Ability to write articles for newspapers, letters to donors, letters to the editor.
Ability to oversee layout of newsletter/reports/annual reports/flyers/brochures into camera-ready layouts.
Advanced computer skills with a variety of relevant software.

Must be proficient in all Microsoft Office programs: Word (Mail Merge), Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook and proficient in Donor Perfect, Quark, Publisher, Photoshop C53, Adobe Standard.

Ability to understand donation system online capacities.
Ability to prepare regular reports that track and evaluate donations, revenue, and expense of special events and all fundraising results.

Ability to create reports on excel sheets.
Ability to create and implement yearly MCFD business plan and timeline for coming year’s development/marketing activities with outcomes for each activity that are all measurable, with responsibilities assigned to appropriate staff.
Ability to manage multiple tasks simultaneously, crisis needs when they arise, keeping MCFD staff with timely assignments following planned calendar
In Summary:
Must have car and valid driver’s license and willingness at times to travel around the state.
High energy and willingness to work evenings and weekends when needed throughout the year.
Passion for agency mission: to save children’s lives and build healthy families.
Ability to relate well to diverse personalities of all stakeholders one must work with to achieve job success.
Ability to research to gain relevant knowledge for success of division’s responsibilities.
Ability to remain calm when under the timelines of multiple assignments.
Must have competency in technology, knowledge in marketing, donor systems, and social media.
Must have good administrative skills, be highly organized, careful attention to details, manage multi-priorities, be adaptable, embrace change.
Most important is the “person” who can exude confidence, a “go-getter,” “can do,” fun, but always professional in the way they comport themselves.

Able to maintain confidentiality when required The Children’s Home Society is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer M/F/D/V.

We celebrate diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees.
The Children’s Home Society is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer M/F/D/V.

We celebrate diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees.

To be considered for all positions unless currently employed by The Children’s Home Society of New Jersey, where permitted by applicable law (including any applicable reasonable accommodation, medical or religious exemption), candidates must have received or be willing to receive the COVID-19 vaccine by the start of employment.

Job Type: Full-time

Pay: $75,000.00
– $90,000.00 per year

Benefits:
401(k)
Dental insurance
Employee assistance program
Employee discount
Health insurance
Life insurance
Paid time off
Referral program
Retirement plan
Schedule:
Monday to Friday
Weekend availability
COVID-19 considerations:
All CDC, New Jersey State, and CHS policies and procedures are followed.

Education:
Bachelor’s (Preferred)
Experience:
Marketing/funds development/management supervision: 5 years (Preferred)
Work Location: One location