Job Title: Individual Giving Manager
Location: Remote, Pacific Northwest Preferred
Reporting to: Chief Development Officer
About Days for Girls International
Days for Girls International (DfG) is an award-winning non-profit that has reached more than 2.2 million women and girls in 144 countries on 6 continents with quality, sustainable menstrual care solutions, and health education. We operate a hybrid model of entrepreneurship and volunteerism, increasing access to menstrual care and education by developing global partnerships, cultivating social enterprises, mobilizing volunteers, and developing innovative solutions that shatter stigmas and limitations for women and girls around the globe.
Our core values guide everything we do, including hiring decisions. They are:
- Wisdom: honors those who we serve and with whom we serve
- Gratitude: integrates into all areas of our operations
- Collaboration: prioritizes responsiveness and flexibility
- Seeks to learn: through an entrepreneurial spirit of innovation and creativity
DfG is an equal opportunity employer that values diversity, equity, and inclusion. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, ethnicity, religion, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status. Women, BIPOC, and LGBTQIA2S+ people are strongly encouraged to apply.
The Individual Giving Manager takes a leadership role in carrying out DfG’s development plan by strengthening and increasing the individual giving and donor engagement. Specifically, this position is dedicated to expanding the organization’s strong donor base by developing cultivation strategies, designing segmented campaigns, creating inspiring communications, and carrying out a strong stewardship program.
Roles and Responsibilities
- Create and oversee data-driven strategies for DfG’s annual giving fund of $1+ million
- Exercise primary responsibility of growing the annual fund by carrying out segmentation and solicitation informed by programmatic and financial goals;
- Create a moves management process that incorporates appropriate and personalized cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship steps to increase donor and prospect engagement;
- Play a key role in working with the Chief Development Officer in providing support to the Board and staff on fundraising initiatives;
- Lead prospect research efforts to grow the mid-level and major donor programs;
- Ensure a timely and accurate gift acknowledgment process; including documentation and follow up of verbal and written pledges;
- Exercise ultimate responsibility of ensuring that information in the database is accurate and complete;
- Work with the Communications Team on the creation and development of donor communications;
- Manage donor events (virtual);
- Provide donor briefing materials for Chief Executive Officer, Chief Development Officer, and Board of Directors;
- Write reports for the board of directors and donors as needed.
- Four years relevant experience in the development field
- Bachelor’s degree in communications, nonprofit management, public administration, business, or related field is required
- Experience in donor cultivation practices, including moves management techniques
- Proven track record of donor cultivation and increased agency revenues
- Experience utilizing Salesforce Nonprofit Cloud or CRM databases and other third party software such as Classy or Hubspot preferred
- Demonstrated comfort in writing and making personal funding requests/asks
Proficiency with operating a variety of office equipment and computer hardware/software applications, most especially Google products
You will be great if…
- You are experience working in a dynamic environment, this means being self-motivated, taking initiative, flexible, and adaptable
- You have studied or worked in the field of international development
- You are a strong problem solver with a focus on operational efficiency
- You are willing and available to work flexible hours based on international time zones
- You have excellent written and verbal communication skills, particularly intercultural communication
- You are highly organized and comfortable juggling multiple projects and team members.
- You work well under pressure in a fast-paced team environment
- You love collaboration, as well as independence and can work well with remote team members and different cultures
- You are a hard worker who is detail-oriented and conscientious in carrying out responsibilities to completion
- You are passionate about ending period poverty and desire to make a difference on a global scale.
Annual salary range is $55,000 – $65,000 and will be reviewed annually.
- Generous paid time off
- Health insurance is covered 50% & Dental insurance is covered 100%
- Life Insurance
- Flexible work schedule
- Continued education or training stipend
- Knowledge that your efforts will have a global and long-term impact
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