Employment

Planned Giving Officer: Position Detail

Title: Planned Giving Officer

Location: Downtown Phoenix

Position Type: Full-Time/Exempt

Reports To: Director of Development

Salary Range: DOE, $45,000 – $52,000

Benefits: Benefits include health, dental, vision, life, long-term disability, and generous holiday and vacation time.

Application Deadline: Open until filled

The Planned Giving Officer (PGO) is responsible for seeking out opportunities and developing and implementing initiatives to identify, cultivate and solicit prospects to ensure a strong base of ongoing financial support. The PGO is entrusted with responsibility for the recognition and stewardship of individual planned givers.

In conjunction with the Director of Development, the incumbent sets goals, monitors work and evaluates results to ensure that departmental goals are met and are in line with the needs and mission of the organization.

ORGANIZATIONAL STATUS:

Reports directly to the Director of Development.

Provides interpretations and makes recommendations concerning all aspects of assigned function, indicating alternatives and solutions to the Director of Development.

WORKING RELATIONSHIPS:

Works directly with the Director of Development to set planned giving policies and priorities, objectives and goals. Considers and analyses the implications of proposed actions and decisions on the organization. Works with the development team and executive leadership to develop policies and procedures for the raising, processing and acknowledging of planned gifts.

Works directly with major donors and volunteers to further organizational and community objectives.

ROLE & RESPONSIBILITIES:

Fundraising

  • Develop and implement strategies that will increase the number of planned gifts on an annual basis and over the long term. Improve tracking and stewardship of donors who have made a planned gift or a commitment for a planned gift.
  • Ensures that all planned giving donors receive appropriate, consistent recognition and an accounting of the impact that their gift has on community needs annually.
  • Conduct regular and ongoing portfolio analysis, communicating outcomes and challenges, suggesting portfolio adjustments as needed, and projecting results as needed for reports and planning.
  • Prospects by making personal calls on donors and their financial advisors year around to ensure a growing base of support.
  • Develops and implements an annual plan for departmental operations.
  • Organizes or participates in other initiatives to promote the organization and philanthropy.

Public Relations

  • Writes and develops promotional materials such as brochures and reports to promote the organization’s planned giving activities.
  • Acts as goodwill ambassador when required.
  • Prepares and delivers speeches and presentations to service organizations, business groups and boards.

Innovation

  • Develops innovative recognition opportunities and materials and events for continuity and donor stewardship.
  • Creates strategies to market to planned giving donors.

Leadership

  • Provides effective training, support and leadership to staff and leaders to meet annual and long-term goals.
  • Actively seeks out opportunities to be involved in the community; acts as an ambassador for philanthropy.
  • Maintains and enhances the credibility of the organizations roles.

Performs other related duties as assigned.  

IDEAL CANDIDATE’S KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:

  • Knowledge of one-n-ten programs, services and events
  • Understand, value and respect diversity in all forms, including diversity within the LGBTQ community
  • Demonstrate professionalism, good judgment, and maintain confidentiality when required
  • Work as an independent self-starter, without direct supervision, as well as a member of a team
  • Prepare accurate, concise and timely reports
  • Provide and accept constructive feedback to/from supervisors, peers, volunteers, and youth participants
  • Maintain a high level of professional energy and enthusiasm

QUALIFICATIONS & REQUIREMENTS:

  • Bachelor’s degree in a related field or an equivalent combination of training and experience.
  • Individual must possess a minimum of 2 years fundraising experience.
  • Specialized knowledge related to planned giving fundraising preferred.
  • Able to work effectively with donors and professional advisors.
  • Able to balance competing priorities, complex situations and tight deadlines.
  • Excellent written, verbal and interpersonal communications skills. Ability to listen is essential. Able to ask leading questions which encourage prospects and donors to talk about themselves and their activities.
  • Ability to pass background check.

HOW TO APPLY:

A complete application contains the following items:

  • A cover letter, not to exceed one page
  • A comprehensive resume
  • Contact information for three current professional references

Items should be saved together in one PDF (.pdf) or Word Document (.doc or .docx) file, and saved with a file name in the following format: LastNamePGOApplication.pdf (or .doc or .docx).

Completed applications should be attached to an email message with “PGO Submission – LastName” in the subject line, and sent to manny@onenten.org.

one·n·ten is an EOE/ADA Reasonable Accommodation Employer.

 

 

one•n•ten is currently hiring for a Satellite Program Coordinator.

FLAGSTAFF SATELLITE COORDINATOR: POSITION DETAIL

Title:                                                  one•n•ten Flagstaff Satellite Coordinator

Location:                                            Flagstaff one∙n∙ten (Flagstaff, 86001)

Position Type:                                    Part Time

Reports To:                                       Director of Programs

Salary Range:                                    $15 (2-4 hour per week)

Benefits:                                            None

Application Submission Deadline:      5:00pm Friday, November 30th, 2018

Start Date:                                         December 2018 (Flexible)

(Some training may be required before start date)

POSITION SUMMARY

The Satellite Program Coordinator will work alongside the existing coordinator to plan and implement one•n•ten’s positive youth development programming at Flagstaff one•n•ten, located at 1300 S, Yale Street.

CORE RESPONSIBILITIES

Support and implement programs for one•n•ten youth to succeed:

  • Plan and oversee weekly program and activities that support positive youth development outcomes for youth years old
  • Lead age-appropriate group activities, including those emphasizing education, safety, LGBTQ community, healthy choices/lifestyles, and community engagement
  • Establish and enforce safe-space guidelines consistent with organizational goals/mission
  • Oversee the provision of weekly program activities in accordance with established standards and goals
  • Demonstrate leadership to ensure appropriate conduct, risk management and development of participants
  • Actively recruit new youth participants utilizing in person and online outreach
  • Evaluate programs on a continual basis to ensure programs/activities respond to member needs and address participant’s sexual orientation, gender identity and cultural diversity
  • Oversee proper record keeping and reporting including activities and events conducted, breakdowns of daily participation figures, notable achievements and any problems/issues
  • Purchase supplies and snacks in accordance with approved budget
  • Increase visibility of one•n•ten programs via posting of weekly schedule, announcements of upcoming events internally & externally, manage Facebook group page
  • Develop collaborative partnerships with other youth serving organizations, members, parents, families and community organizations

IDEAL CANDIDATE’S KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES

  • Knowledge of one•n•ten programs, services, and events
  • Exemplary verbal, written and interpersonal communication skills, attention to detail
  • Able to motivate others; oversee youth participants and weekly volunteers
  • Understand, value and respect diversity in all forms, including diversity within the LGBTQ community
  • Demonstrate professionalism, good judgment, and maintain confidentiality when required
  • Uphold exceptional boundaries with you participants and partner organizations
  • Work as an independent self-starter, without direct supervision, as well as a member of a team
  • Prepare accurate, concise and timely reports
  • Provide and accept constructive feedback to/from supervisors, peers, volunteers, and youth participants
  • Understanding of a trauma informed care approach
  • Maintain a high level of professional energy and enthusiasm

QUALIFICATIONS

  • High School diploma or GED, Bachelor’s degree preferred
  • Experience working with teens and young adults
  • Knowledge of youth development, challenges and solutions
  • Ability to set and hold appropriate boundaries with youth
  • Ability to motivate youth and provide critical resources
  • Ability to plan and implement quality programs for youth
  • Ability to organize and supervise members in a safe environment
  • CPR & First Aid certifications
  • Screening Requirements: Criminal Background Check/Fingerprint Clearance Card

INSTRUCTIONS – HOW TO APPLY

  • A complete application contains the following items:
  • A cover letter, not to exceed one page
  • A comprehensive resume
  • Contact information for three current professional references.
    • Items should be saved together in one PDF (.pdf) or Word document (.doc or .docx), and saved with a file name in the following format: LastnameFPCApplication.pdf or LastnameFPCApplication.doc or LastnameFPCApplication.docx
    • Applicants who are unable to meet file format requirements should contact the one•n•ten offices at least three days in advance of the deadline at 602-400-2601.
  • Complete applications should be attached to an email message with “FPC Submission” in the subject line, and sent to: office@onenten.org

Applications will not be accepted through any other means.

Application Submission Deadline: 5:00pm, Friday November 30th,2018

one•n•ten is an EOE/ADA Reasonable Accommodation Employer.

Help an Arizona LGBTQ youth rise to their potential.