|Organization Name||Job Categories||Position Type||Region and Location(s)||Career Level||Salary||Ad Online Since||Application Deadline|
|Food For The Poor of Canada, Inc.||Full Time||Experienced (Non-manager)||6500075000CAD$65,000 - 75,000||2019-03-08||2019-03-29|
Senior Manager, Philanthropy
Food For The Poor Canada is seeking a fundraising professional to provide expertise for our fundraising programs, with a specific focus on major-gifts and business development, in the role of Senior Manager, Philanthropy.
Food For The Poor of Canada, Inc. (FFPC) is a small and nimble charity that has the infrastructure of a large NGO. We work with established partners (Food For The Poor USA, Food for the Poor Haiti and Food For The Poor Jamaica) to support humanitarian projects that create lasting impact. We build villages, homes, water wells, schools, and clinics and manage sustainability projects funded by FFPC donors. Our work also involves the distribution of goods to schools, orphanages, churches, hospitals, and community leaders that work directly with the people they serve.
Over the last 10 years FFPC and its Canadian donors have built 90 homes and 30 schools, as well as shipped and distributed $28 million worth of food, educational and medical supplies.
Building on 10 years of work, relationships and our recently launched campaign “It takes a village to build a village,” the Senior Manager, Philanthropy will be responsible for helping implement our fundraising plan through strong and consistent donor engagement. Reporting to the Executive Director, the Senior Manager, Philanthropy will be a valued member of the leadership team, with the opportunity to grow in further leadership roles.
You are a team player and a positive individual who leads by example, a fundraising professional with major giving experience. You have a track record in securing gifts of $10,000 and above from corporations, individuals and foundations. You are articulate, genuine, and a relationship builder with excellent communication skills – both written and verbal.
The Senior Manager, Philanthropy will provide expertise to help develop annual plans based on best practice fundraising. With an “out the door” approach and an active presence in the community, the ideal candidate will be motivated to enhance current donor relationships and to explore new ways of securing our next generation of donors. An authentic and compelling storyteller, the Senior Manager, Philanthropy will proudly articulate for support and will exhibit great skill in expressing the various ways donors can partner in addressing poverty in the Caribbean and Latin America.
You are an energetic, high-achiever who takes the initiative and goes the extra mile, and you know how to prioritize. You are genuinely donor-centric, with a strong commitment to sharing our impact. Performance-driven and results-oriented with a strong focus on accountabilities, you are confident and creative; you have an active interest in growing into more senior roles.
KEY AREAS OF RESPONSIBILITY
Reporting to the Executive Director, the Senior Manager, Philanthropy will be responsible for:
Strategy and Planning
In collaboration with the Executive Director, the Director of Programming and the Manager, Marketing and Communication:
Staff and Volunteer Leadership
Summary of responsibilities
Preferred experience and qualifications
Food For The Poor is a Christian relief and development organization working in 17 countries in the Caribbean and Latin America. Food For The Poor has provided in excess of $13 billion USD in aid, and has built 200 schools and 75,000 homes in the region over the last 37 years.
Food For The Poor Canada (FFPC) uses a unique and powerful combination of basic aid and sustainable development to build strong and prosperous communities in the Caribbean and Latin America. We respond to urgent needs while also building community and social infrastructure where it is needed most, through food, housing, education, health and livelihood.
We offer the opportunity to work with a group of dedicated professionals, as well as mentorship and professional-development opportunities to help support the successful candidate. Applicants from all faiths, beliefs and diverse backgrounds are encouraged to apply.
Please submit your CV and a cover letter outlining why you are interested in joining FFPC and your qualifications for the position
Applications will be accepted until March 29th, 2019; please note that we will be reviewing and evaluating applications on an ongoing basis until the right candidate is found, we encourage early applications, with a start date of April 2019.