Job Description: 

Reporting to the Colorado Development Director, the Individual Giving Manager is responsible for the identification, cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship of individual donors. This includes creating, implementing, and analyzing various giving campaigns and fundraising efforts to develop and grow relationships with individual donors contributing less than $5,000 annually.

The Individual Giving Manager will be a highly effective storyteller and relationship builder who can bring to life College Track’s impact in the communities we serve using strong presentation and communication skills that capture the hearts and minds of potential donors and inspires them to support the organization’s mission. This position is ideal for someone who is entrepreneurial, with proven fundraising experience, a proactive and seasoned leader, creative problem solver, and strategic thinker with an aptitude for relationship development.

 

Areas of Responsibility
  • In partnership with the Development Director, create and implement a fundraising plan to raise $250K+ annually through individual gifts and major donors that will grow each year
  • Oversee the individual giving campaigns including Colorado Gives Day, Workplace Giving, Monthly Giving and End of Year Giving
  • Implement an individual donor strategy in partnership with the Development Director for all current and prospective donors that should include metrics around donor renewals, donor upgrades and donor touch points
  • Track and record all donor meetings, calls, emails, etc. using Salesforce and report on moves management on a monthly basis
  • Oversee the entire development business process from donor identification, through collections, to stewardship, ensuring the regional development team produces first-in-class development operations
  • Provide updated revenue figures, pipeline reports, and progress towards monthly/quarterly goals in preparation for weekly and monthly progress meetings
  • Send gift acknowledgement letters, document in Salesforce, and complete gift transmittal form within 48 hours of receipt
  • Identify areas for operational improvements and drive continual improvements of processes
  • Partner with Development Director to create, implement and execute events targeting potential and existing individual donors
  • Utilize iWave to conduct prospect research and reporting
  • Work with Development Director to implement a major gifts strategy to increase the number of major donors
  • Uphold an active presence in the community, attending events, trainings and networking opportunities 

 

Requirements/Qualifications
  • Minimum 4 year college degree
  • Minimum 3 years experience in individual fundraising demonstrating progressive growth in securing and retaining $1K+ gifts
  • Demonstrated experience with moves management, cultivation and growing the capacity of existing donors
  • Strong potential and interest in growing into a Major Gifts role
  • Proven success in all aspects of the gift cycle
  • Experience in creating and executing individual giving campaigns
  • Experience in developing creative and innovative methods to engage donors
  • Strong interpersonal, networking and relationship building skills
  • Ability to meet deadlines, plan ahead, and balance multiple partner priorities simultaneously
  • Ability to work with and relate to diverse groups of individuals in a fast-paced, entrepreneurial team environment
  • Knowledge of high net worth community via local business, civic, and cultural networks desirable
  • Experience with Salesforce preferred
Compensation/Benefits

College Track offers a competitive salary based on the organization’s compensation philosophy, which is grounded in market data. We also offer comprehensive health & welfare benefits and top of the market paid time off.

How To Apply

Please upload a resume and a thoughtful cover letter with your application here. We will only contact candidates chosen for further consideration. No phone inquiries please.  

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