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Institutional Giving Officer

Feb 28, 2019
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Planned Parenthood of the Great Northwest and the Hawaiian Islands
Seattle

Why Planned Parenthood?

Working at Planned Parenthood of the Great Northwest & the Hawaiian Islands is more than a job.  It provides the opportunity to contribute to our powerful mission and perform meaningful work.

In our Development Department, this means a commitment to support Planned Parenthood’s mission by cultivating donors and procuring the necessary funds to maintain and grow our important programs and services.

As an organization, we are focused on equity, diversity and inclusion.  Specifically, we recognize that profound racism impacts the education, health and wellbeing of people in our communities and we are actively working to address all forms of oppression.  We believe our employees should reflect the diversity of the populations we serve, including racial and ethnic diversity. People of color are strongly urged to apply.

Development Officer – Institutional Giving

About this position:

The Institution Giving Officer will develop and coordinate the annual institutional fundraising plan including corporate, foundation, government, and restricted grants across each programmatic area of PPGNHI:  direct health services, public education/training, and public policy/advocacy programs

This is a full time, exempt position. We welcome those residing in the following regions to apply:

  • Alaska
  • Hawaii
  • Western Washington
  • South-West Idaho
  • Kentucky
  • Indiana 

What you’ll be doing:

Develops the annual fundraising plan for institutional funding to include both current and potential corporate, foundation and government funders to meet the institutional funding goals for that year.

Creates and manages an annual budget for institutional fundraising at PPGNHI.

Manages a portfolio of current and new institutional funding prospects, including plans to maximize their giving potential over time.

Identifies, cultivates and stewards institutional funding relationships to support increased or new investments in PPGNHI by matching strategic initiatives and fundraising priorities with prospective donors’ interests

Remain current on programmatic goals and growth across the organization in support of additional institutional fundraising goals

Conducts research and analysis on corporate, foundation, and public entities for their capacity and interest in giving to the organization.

Coordinates, prepares and/or approves publications, written materials, presentations and reports for corporations, foundations, and government funders.

Directs and/or assists with the planning and coordination of recognition and cultivation activities and events for major corporate, foundation, and government funders.

We’ll trust you to:

Demonstrate a high degree of professionalism and ability to maintain client confidentiality 

Value continuous learning and seeks ongoing training and development 

Take action to support the affiliate's commitment to equity, diversity, and inclusion

Value team work, flexibility and adaptability; embraces change 

You’ll need to have:

High school diploma. BS/BA in related field preferred. 

1-3 years of related work experience in a similar role and/or similar organization.

Prior grant writing and management experience is strongly preferred.

Experience working across multiple departments with diverse groups of internal and external relationships is highly desired.

Outstanding writing skills, computer literacy in Microsoft Word, Excel, and comfort with database usage is a plus

Skills:

Outstanding people skills, including collaborative and productive teamwork

Attention to detail and accuracy

Strategic and creative thinking

Confidentiality and ethical gathering of information

Capable of working closely and effectively with senior management, volunteers, including Board of Directors, community leaders, and donors

The ability to work well independently on several aspects of event planning concurrently

Excellent communication, organization, problem-solving, and creative-thinking skills

Strong initiative and customer service orientation

Ability and desire to solicit donors and prospective donors in a face to face setting

Other:

Access to reliable transportation for local travel within the Seattle area - some travel is also required to attend events and meetings out-of-town

Perks:

As part of our total rewards package, we offer meaningful work, promotional opportunities, and competitive compensation. 

Our attractive benefits package includes medical, dental, and vision coverage for you and eligible dependents, life insurance, short and long term disability coverage, as well as a retirement plan with matching contributions by employer. 

Equal opportunity employment:

PPGNHI is an equal-opportunity employer and seeks to recruit persons of diverse backgrounds - and to support their retention and advancement within the organization. Justice is one of our core values, and we are committed to fostering a workplace culture inclusive of people with respect to their race, ethnicity, national origin, gender/gender identity, sexual orientation, socio-economic status, veteran status, marital status, age, disabilities, political affiliation, religious beliefs or any other characteristic.  Our commitment to justice and diversity also means providing a work environment that is welcoming, respectful and engaging.

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