Fundraising generalist with experience in annual fund campagins, events, and grant writing needed. Candidate will be an integral member of the development and public relations team, responsible for creating and implementing strategies and initiatives to ensure a strong base of financial support for the ministry. The Annual Giving Officer will manage and cultivate a portfolio of existing donors to increase retention and giving levels, as well as identifying and engaging prospective donors. The Annual Giving Officer will serve as an ambassador for Black Mountain Home, including being available to travel regionally to speak about the ministry in churches and other organizations.
- Engage, solicit, and steward a portfolio of 75-100 individual, business, and foundation donors toward specific annual, major, and planned giving goals and objectives.
- Communicate and build relationships through in person meetings, phone calls, and emails to ensure continued support and partnership.
- Maintain up-to-date and accurate records of all donor contacts in the database.
- Contribute to writing and production of grants, fundraising, and other promotional materials such as letters, annual reports, brochures, flyers, and other campaigns.
- Assist with planning, execution, and fundraising elements of individual and major events, including designing and soliciting sponsorships.
DIRECTOR OF CAMPUS SUPPORT
Provide leadership to the maintenance team, volunteer program, and recreation activities for multiple campuses hosting thousands of volunteers and serving 160+ children annually.
- Supervise maintenance staff in the care and maintenance of campus buildings, grounds, animal program, and fleet of vehicles.
- Supervise recreation staff in growing and developing a robust campus activity schedule that engages and supports youth in care.
- Help plan and lead activities, youth meetings, youth retreats, participation in recreation leagues, and mission projects.
- Assist Program Director with volunteer program by providing support for volunteer groups, leading and supervising volunteers and interns, organizing materials for work projects, maintaining campus project list, providing oversight at the Legacy Residential Volunteer (RV) Park, and recruiting and cultivating volunteers.
- Provide after-hours on-call support for the ministry.
- Support special events as needed—evenings and weekends.
- Bachelor’s degree in an appropriate field is preferred.
- Five years of related experience is required.
- Must be able to work independently and provide hands-on, servant leadership.
- Problem solve as needed and complete other projects as requested.
- Strong desire to change children’s lives for the better imperative.
Physical requirements include:
- Ability to frequently lift and/or move up to 80 pounds.
- Ability to do prolonged strenuous labor.
- Ability to complete work while on a ladder.
- Ability to use a wide variety of equipment from weed eaters to a fork lift.