WSN is the rape crisis/sexual assault centre in York Region. We are dedicated to providing free, confidential services for women who have experienced sexual violence.
Job Title: Fundraiser
Terms: Part-Time, 15 hours weekly, including evenings and weekends
Contract from September 2019 to March 2022
Salary: $28.00 per hour
About the Project:
Funded by the Department for Women and Gender Equality (WGE), our four-year Project will see WSN’s fundraising contribute to improved organizational financial health. Initiatives funded under the WGE capacity-building stream will “contribute to a viable women’s movement in Canada to advance gender equality”, “increase organizational capacity and help organizations work collectively to address gender equality issues”1.
- Lead the development and implementation of a fundraising strategy and workplan that aligns with WSN resource development needs;
- Lead the development and management of WSN collection of case for support, donor information packages and thank you materials;
- Plan and execute a social media strategy to support fundraising goals;
- Oversee the coordination and delivery of fundraising activities and events;
- Collaborate with the fundraising committee in the delivery of fundraising activities and events;
- Identify opportunities for third party fundraising and outreach opportunities;
- Cultivate and build meaningful relationships with individuals, groups and communities, resulting in an increase of financial resources;
- Engage and recruit event participants/attendees;
- Monitor, report on and evaluate fundraising goals.
- Minimum of three years successful fundraising experience, including events, annual and corporate giving, grants, major gifts and bequests; Demonstrated ability in social media fundraising and marketing;
- Strong networking and proven donor relationship building skills with individuals, groups, corporations and communities (including faith-based communities);
- Demonstrated experience working with diverse staff, volunteers, community partners and marginalized communities;
- Exceptional communication skills (verbal and written), including telephone manner;
- Strong research abilities and excellent organizational, time management and interpersonal skills;
- Creative problem solver and conceptual thinker with strong future orientation; Ability to be tactful and diplomatic and to manage confidential information;
- Energetic leadership skills in community settings;
- Knowledge of sexual and gender-based violence and its social contexts; a gender-based analysis; intersectional, anti-oppression and anti-racist analysis;
- Knowledge of agency models that utilize volunteer/peer support models;
- A valid driver’s license and access to a reliable vehicle is required;
- Knowledge of the York Region community;
- Related post-secondary education.
Please submit a cover letter and resume by September 16, 2019 at 5pm
Only applicants selected for an interview will be contacted. WSN is committed to a staff team that reflects the diversity within the community. We encourage Indigenous women, women of colour, immigrant women, differently abled women, lesbian, bisexual and trans women to apply.
No Phone Calls Please