Posted On: 2018-06-18
Closing On: 2018-07-13
Location: Vaughan
Effective: October 3, 2018
Website: http://srcentre.ca
Employment Type: Full-Time
Level: Intermediate

Job Description

The Schwartz/Reisman Centre and the Prosserman JCC are vibrant and welcoming hubs that connect people to Jewish community and inspire meaningful and healthy lifestyles. As primary destinations of Jewish engagement, the JCCs strengthens individuals and families through its dynamic program offerings.

JCC programs, services and connections support a diverse and thriving Jewish community and provide a sense of belonging and identity. Through this work, JCCs model a world in which, more than ever, Jewish wisdom is valued; differences are respected; communities are built; creativity is encouraged; and aspirations are realized in exciting and powerful ways. As the scope of our agency continues to grow, we are looking to expand our Fundraising team to help us take the vision of the JCCs to the next level:

 

FUNDRAISING EVENTS & CAMPAIGN COORDINATOR     

October 3, 2018 start date

Role Summary:

Reporting to the Chief Development Officer the Fundraising Events& Campaign Coordinator develops and executes new and innovative fundraising events for the JCC, capturing all sectors of potential donors The Fundraising Events & Campaign Coordinator also liaises with all the internal JCC departments and helps shape a fundraising lens to events being run by these departments, cultivating a culture of philanthropy. In addition, the Fundraising Events & Campaign Coordinator provides administrative support to the Chief Development Officer.

 

Key Responsibilities Include:

  1. Develop new and innovative fundraising events to engage the community and create awareness around all the multi-faceted programs and services that comprise the JCC and will help it become known as the community hub in its area.

  2. Coordinate all aspects of these fundraising events including marketing, logistics, sponsorship opportunities,engagement, administration and follow up; ensure each event achieves its target impact and results.

  3. Engage and inspireJCC staff and volunteers in the event conception and execution.

  4. Liaise with internal JCC departments and help elevate the events they run and ensure a fundraising lens is present and all opportunities to make an 'ask' for the JCC is maximized.

  5. Seek and engage community partners and lay leaders to extend the reach and success of the JCC fundraising events.

  6. Build strong relationships with donors and potential donors, large and small.

  7. Develop and manage a donor and volunteer recognition program.

  8. Manage the Fundraising database.

  9. Provide administrative support and assistance to the Chief Development Officer, including committee presentations, minutes and reports; stewardship materials, internal and external communications; liaising with Marketing department on fundraising elements of the JCC web and social media platforms; grant writing and building cases for support.

  10. Foster an environment that enhances our staff, members and guests' Jewish journey.

 

Qualifications:

  • University degree/diploma from an accredited university or college in event management, corporate communication, marketing, business management or related field.

  • Accreditation as a Certified Event Planner (CMP) will make you a preferredcandidate.

  • 5+ years in events management roles with an emphasis on events-based fundraising.

  • Experience in a not-for-profit organization an asset.

  • Advanced proficiency in MS Office, including Word, Excel and PowerPoint; Database Management, Digital Marketing and Social Media skills

  • Experience with Fundraising Software (e.g. Blackbaud) an asset.

  • Knowledge and demonstrated experience in donor research, cultivation, solicitation and management, proposal writing, gift processing and recognition.

  • Experience with grant writing an asset.

  • Knowledge and experience working with relevant foundations and granting entities.

  • Knowledge and adherence to fundraising professional's code of ethics.

  • Knowledge and experience with the Jewish community donor landscape and building community relations.

  • Valid Ontario Driver's License.

 

Core Competencies:

  • Strong knowledge of Jewish culture and traditions, Israel and community.

  • Results driven and exceptional sales skills.

  • Charismatic - able to inspire, influence and motivate others.

  • Superior communication and English language skills – oral and written.

  • Dynamic presentation skills.

  • Ability to work a flexible schedule.

  • Strong interpersonal skills and professionalism -promotes team work, collaboration and trust.

  • Ability to build and leverage relationships to drive projects from inception to completion, as well as to create consensus and diffuse conflict.

  • Makes appropriate and timely decisions and meet deadlines.

  • Possesses a strong level of self-awareness and is able to adapt and change behavior to align with the professional requirements of different settings.

  • Excellent organizational, time-management, project management and prioritization skills.

  • Strong listening skills and systems to gather data, information and feedback and act accordingly to resolve issues and/or meet changing needs of the organization and community.

  • Superior customer service skills, internal and external.

    Strong business acumen.

  • Displays a high degree of innovation, creativity and positive energy.

 

Application Process:

We welcome all applicants. Accommodations during all phases of the hire process will be made wherever possible. If you are interested in and well qualified for this exciting opportunity please submit your resume in confidence via e-mail no later than  July 13, 2018 to Jeanette Hyde H.R. Director: jeanette@srcentre.ca. This position will start October 3, 2018.

 

We appreciate and thank you for your application, however we will only contact those candidates we wish to interview.