Brantwood Community Services

Fund Development Coordinator
Posted Date: 
Monday, April 16, 2018
Closing Date: 
Friday, April 27, 2018

Reporting to the Executive Director, the Fund Development Co-ordinator will be responsible for the development and implementation of fundraising strategies that will cultivate a culture of philanthropy in support of our mission and achieve annual fundraising targets.

Brantwood, a Non-Profit Employer of Choice Award Winner, is looking for a results oriented people-person, who has a high level of focus and commitment underpinned by excellent project and time management skills. This is a fantastic opportunity to contribute to an organization committed to "helping people live great lives".

In addition to a competitive salary, you will enjoy a range of benefits including HOOPP (pension plan), paid vacation, and paid emergency leave.

 

Key Responsibilities

  • Outreach to current and prospective donors

  • Proposal/report writing

  • Coordinate and execute special events

  • Development and publishing of content for annual report, website, newsletters

  • Develop and implement social media campaign

  • Cultivate new and existing relationships

  • Maintain the integrity of donor data

  • Provide administrative support to board of directors

  • Achievement of annual fundraising goals

 

Skills and Experience Required

  • Minimum 2 years previous fundraising experience facilitating multiple donor and partner relationships and event planning

  • Post- secondary diploma in relevant field (i.e. fundraising, marketing, communications)

  • Superior communication skills

  • Excellent interpersonal skills with ability to connect, build and maintain a range of relationships

  • Social media savvy

  • Ability to prioritize workload and manage multiple projects

  • Working knowledge of Income Manager or other fundraising software

  • Leadership skills and knowledge of community resources

 

Applicants can apply by submitting their cover letter and resume to hr@brantwood.ca.  Reference# FUND04/2018