Director of Development & Marketing
The Director of Development & Marketing is responsible for securing financial resources through grants, appeals, corporate partnerships, donor campaigns, donor cultivation strategies and fundraising events which will support the organizations programs and services. The Director is also responsible for helping to build and manage the organization's brand and all aspects of marketing communications in order to raise awareness of the organization. The Director reports directly to the CEO. Bachelor's degree required with at least 5 years
experience in development and marketing. Master's degree and/or Certified Fundraising Executive (CFRE)
Director of Development & Marketing
NPAL Employment Opportunities
The Director of Development & Marketing is responsible for the development of all marketing and fundraising strategies to grow the base of philanthropic support and increase both the regional and national awareness of National PAL. The Director of Development and Marketing, who will report to the CEO, will set the organization's strategic fundraising agenda to achieve and exceed its revenue goals through the solicitation of individual, corporate and foundation support and grants. The Director also builds and manages brand identity and all aspects of marketing communication to raise awareness of the organization and its mission nationally, coordinates all development activities including strategy, implementation, results measurement, and evaluation. Major responsibilities include the formulation and execution of fundraising campaigns, donor (corporate/individual) cultivation strategies, foundation relations, proposal writing, and research. This position also interfaces closely with research staff to communicate organizational messages and align funding opportunities with programmatic priorities. Marketing Director to work closely with our executive staff to create and implement comprehensive policies and programs related to corporate marketing, communications and advertising. The Marketing Director is responsible for monitoring the development of marketing support collateral and ensuring that all deadlines are met. Marketing Director to work closely with our executive staff to create and implement comprehensive policies and programs related to corporate marketing, communications and advertising. The Marketing Director is responsible for monitoring the development of marketing support collateral and ensuring that all deadlines are met.
- Responsible for developing an annual comprehensive development plan, in collaboration with the CEO, with targeted goals, objectives, methods, quantifiable outcomes and timelines which will achieve budgeted goals.
- Responsible for securing general operating and capacity building grants
- Responsible for developing and monitoring a realistic annual fund budget with realistic revenue and expense projections.
- Investigate possibilities of organizational partnerships and strategic alliances that will extend the organization's brand nationally and increase avenues of support
- Responsible for writing and submitting most new and renewed grants and reports
- Responsible for working closely with staff to review program services in order to obtain information for reporting, comply with donor expectations and be aware of programmatic needs for funding to fill gaps or unmet needs of funding source.
- Develop and execute with the CEO, a comprehensive marketing plan that includes events, media relations, press releases, social networking, annual report, website, newsletters and branding.
- Responsible with the CEO to grow positive awareness of the organization and strengthen its reputation with clients, funders and the national communities it serves.
- Manage the production and distribution of quality ancillary materials that support development and marketing goals.
- In conjunction with the CEO, assist with the cultivation of national organizations, corporate foundation and business representatives via presentations, volunteerism and service.
- Develop and supervise strategies for growing and sustaining a national donor base and implementing high-quality donor communication, stewardship practices, and donor/wealth analyses
- Develop and maintain programs of donor acknowledgement, appreciation, and recognition
- Excellent oral and written communication and interpersonal skills
- Bachelor's Degree required with at least 5 years experience in development and marketing. Master's degree or Certified Fund Raising Executive (CFRE) accreditation preferred
- Proven success in areas of individual and corporate giving, as well as, grant writing and funding.
- High Energy, outgoing, team player, and passion for National PAL's mission is essential.
- Working mastery of computer programs including: Microsoft Word, Power Point and Excel, and familiarity with proven fundraising software.
- Documented experience with nonprofit marketing and social media outreach strategies.
- Experience developing and implementing special events , both local and remote
- Outstanding verbal and interpersonal communication skills and demonstrated ability to write clearly and persuasively
The corporate office is located in Charlotte, NC. The preference is for working from our corporate office. The position requires typical contemporary office abilities and some potential for travel across the U.S. for fundraising activities, company related activities and possible organizational meetings.
SALARY AND BENEFITS
Salary is commensurate with experience and achievement.
To apply, email resume, references and cover letter. No phone calls, please. The position is open until filled; however, the initial application review will begin September 9th, 2020 and NPAL seeks to hire an individual as soon after that date as possible.
The National Association of Police Athletic/Activities Leagues, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We encourage applicants who are diverse by race, color, gender, religion, gender expression, national origin, age, disability, pregnancy, sexual orientation, familial responsibilities, marital status, veteran status, personal appearance, political affiliation, matriculation, or any characteristic that is protected under NC or federal law.