Capital Campaign Manager
I. JOB SUMMARY
The Capital Area Food Bank of Texas seeks a Capital Campaign Manager, a newly-created, full-time position responsible for supporting the implementation and completion of a $20.5 million capital campaign. This fundraising effort will fund the construction of a new 135,000 square foot facility, program and fleet expansion. The Capital Campaign Manager will work closely with the Chief Executive Officer, Chief Development Officer, Development Director, Board of Directors, Capital Campaign Committee, Food Bank staff and volunteers to assist in carrying out a comprehensive fundraising plan targeting individuals, corporations and government agencies to support this initiative.
II. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS
- Be instrumental in driving the second half of a $20.5 million capital campaign that supports the construction of a new facility, program and fleet expansion; from a public launch in September 2014 through the ground-breaking, building grand opening and campaign completion (Spring 2016);
- Manage prospect lists and research, develop and execute targeted cultivation plans and solicitation strategies for a range of prospects; prepare and provide to staff board members and volunteers for solicitations;
- Work collaboratively with the CEO, CDO and Development Director to cultivate identified prospects and assist in the preparation of proposals;
- Work collaboratively with the CDO and Development Director to manage regular reporting; tracking and acknowledgements;
- Work collaboratively with the CDO, Development Director and Marketing and Communications Director in managing the writing and development of capital campaign print and electronic materials
- Work collaboratively with the CDO, Development Director and Marketing and Communications Director in producing campaign communications, creating content for the e-newsletter and talking points for the media; integrate campaign milestones into ongoing public relations outreach;
- Manage cultivation and recognition events, private events, milestone events; participation in donated or in-kinds goods related to events;
- Manage the capital campaign budget and pledge schedule in concert with the Chief Financial Officer and Controller;
- Ensure that data related to prospects and donors is recorded and tracked in electronic and hard copy files; manage campaign record keeping, evaluate progress towards goals, prepare periodic/regular reports on fundraising;
- Ensure donor acknowledgment, stewardship and public recognition, as appropriate;
- Work collaboratively with consultants to acquire organizational information as needed;
- Work closely with the capital campaign committee and community volunteers on projects and timelines as assigned;
- Participation in solicitations as appropriate; and
- Other duties, as assigned.
III. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS
Education, Experience, and Training
Knowledge and Skills
- Bachelor’s degree;
- 5-7 years of professional capital campaign experience, with a proven track record of success in meeting or exceeding goals; fundraising experience in individual giving and/or major gifts, and the tracking/monitoring of pledges;
- Knowledge of the Central Texas philanthropic community;
- Experience in scheduling and staffing solicitation calls and conducting follow up stewardship actions;
- Superior verbal and written communications skills;
- Demonstrated experience in event planning and management;
- Excellent interpersonal, analytical and organizational skills, capable of working effectively cross departmentally, with board members, volunteers, consultants, and donors/prospects;
- Energetic, self-motivated, deadline driven, flexible and adaptable with a sense of customer service, able to multi-task and work independently in a fast-paced environment;
- A team player with the ability to motivate others; and
- Computer fluency in MS Office, Raiser’s Edge or other donor database software, and knowledgeable about the role of technology and electronic communication in fundraising.
IV. ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS WITH OR WITHOUT REASONABLE
- Ability to walk, stand, sit, kneel, push, stoop, reach above the shoulder, grasp, pull, bend repeatedly, identify colors, hear with aid, see, write, count, read, speak, analyze, alphabetize, lift and carry under 50 lbs., perceive depth, operate a motor vehicle, and operate motor equipment.
- Conditions may include working inside, working around machines with moving parts and moving objects, radiant and electrical energy, working closely with others, working alone, working protracted or irregular hours, and traveling by car, van, bus, and airplane.
- Equipment (machines, tools, devices) used in performing only the essential functions include computer and related equipment, typewriter, calculator, copier, fax machine, telephone, and automobile.
The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and levels of work to be performed and are not intended to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities and duties.
No recruiters, phone calls or walk-ins please.
The Capital Area Food Bank of Texas is an equal opportunity employer committed to cultural diversity in the workforce. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, creed, color, religion, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, veteran status, sex or age.
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