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Philanthropy Manager

Company: World Council of Credit Unions
Location: Madison
Posted on: January 26, 2023

Job Description:

Job Descriptions:ABOUT USThe Worldwide Foundation (WFCU) partners with the World Council (WOCCU) to realize the vision of expanding financial inclusion worldwide through a vibrant and growing global credit union movement. WFCU supports this vision by serving as the international bridge between the U.S. credit union system and their international peers. ABOUT THE ROLEThe WFCU Philanthropy Manager will be responsible for managing operational aspects of one WFCU business line: philanthropic giving. In partnership with WFCUs Executive Director, the role will execute WFCUs annual philanthropy campaign, including coordinating tactics to meet its overall annual philanthropic fundraising target as well as those of WFCUs network programs and relief fund. The role is part of the WFCU team, as a unit within the umbrella of WOCCU. WHAT YOU WILL DOCampaign Planning

  • Co-design the WFCU annual philanthropy plan with the WFCU team & board.
  • Co-own a philanthropy funding target of $2.5m for FY23.
  • Give input to and identify existing and new philanthropy metrics.
  • Contributes thought leadership to new philanthropy tactics to increase donor engagement.Campaign Execution
    • Develop and deploy key WFCU fundraising tactics as part of the FY23 philanthropy plan.
    • Coordinate campaign messaging, case for support design, and key collateral with the WFCU Marketing Manager.
    • Collaborate with WFCU Associate to ensure clean data, analytics, donation experience, and a moves management process within the WFCU CRM.
    • Secures sponsorship support of WFCU from credit unions and vendors.
    • Support the growth of WFCUs Champion Circle program, its value proposition and execution.
    • Support the growth of a new WFCU individual giving program.
    • Support the growth of GWLNs membership program by collaborating with GWLN staff.
    • Coordinate monthly philanthropy meetings with the WFCU team.Relationship Building
      • Develop strategic, two-way, face-to-face relationships with new and existing WFCU champion donors, asking them at the right time for multi-year financial support and offering the highest level of stewardship, resulting in long-term relationships.
      • Offer communication and presentation of WFCUs work to WFCU champions, ranging from 1:1 meeting to presenting WFCUs work at industry events.
      • Work with peers across WFCU to create high-level events for champions to engage with.
      • Develop creative and relevant philanthropic journeys for WFCU champion donors.
      • Create & implement a robust prospecting plan that realizes new philanthropy for WFCU.
      • Serve as a member of the events management team to weave a spirt of philanthropy through two key WFCU events: the GAC Cooperative Voices & WFCU Gala @ the WCUC.This position has no supervisory responsibilities. This list of duties and responsibilities is not intended to be all-inclusive and can be expanded to include other duties or responsibilities that management deems necessary.Required Experience:WHAT WE REQUIRE
        • Bachelors degree in nonprofit management, fundraising, sales, or equivalent.
        • Three years minimum of professional experience in a fund development role in a nonprofit/ charitable foundation or a for-profit organization.
        • Demonstrated success in managing fundraising campaigns, fundraising tactics, and a demonstrated ability to measure success using fundraising metrics.
        • Demonstrated success working with digital fundraising tools, including CRM products.
        • Excellent written, editing, proofreading and in-person communication skills, ability to work well with diverse teams.
        • Strong attention to detail.
        • Aptitude with dynamic storytelling and stage presence is a plus.
        • Able to prioritize, manage and handle multiple projects and deadlines.
        • Ability to be positive, self-motivated, reliable project manager, who collaborates with internal and external stakeholders to meet quarterly and annual goals.
        • Experience with the credit union sector & U.S. credit union fundraising community is a plus.]
        • Fluency in English is required. Bilingual skills not required but a plus. Ability to craft messaging that is simple, yet clear and inspiring.
        • Ability to deal with conflicting priorities to deliver work that aligns to WFs purpose and vision.
        • Proficient in Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook. Proficiency with database software and contact management systems. Certification in Adobe Design Suite preferred.
        • CFRE certification preferred.
        • Domestic & International travel will be required as needed. Attendance at two annual events will be required: CUNAs Governmental Affairs Conference (February) & the World Credit Union Conference (July).
        • Valid US passport required. Up to sixty (60) days of domestic travel may be required.
        • Legal right to work in the US on a regular, full-time basis The World Council of Credit Unions provides equal employment opportunities to all applicants for employment and prohibits discrimination and harassment of any type without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, national origin, disability status, genetics, protected veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local laws. Keyword: Philanthropy ManagerFrom: World Council of Credit Unions

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