Fund Development and Operations Officer
- Job Type
- Full Time
- Job Level
- Experienced (non manager)
- Toronto, ON
- Impact Area
- Impact Category
- Company Type
About this position
Position: Fund Development and Operations Officer
Hours: Full-time (40 hours per week)
Contract type: Full-time permanent
Location: Anywhere in Canada
Reports to: Senior Manager, Fund Development and Operations
Applications Open: February 4, 2021
Applications Close: February 25, 2021 (NOTE: Applications will be considered on a rolling basis)
Start date: As soon as possible
Application method: See below
Compensation: See below
All candidates must be able to work legally in Canada at the time of application.
Launched in 2009 at the Clinton Global Initiative, G(irls)20 places young women at the centre of decision-making processes. Through our signature programs, Global Summit and Girls on Boards, we make strategic investments in young women through education and training, building networks, and access to unparalleled leadership opportunities. Learn more at www.girls20.org.
Working at G(irls)20
We’re a collaborative team committed to creating opportunities for all young women to get a seat at decision-making tables and have their voices heard, whether it be in business, politics, or social change. We provide high quality programming and work closely with alumnae to constantly improve program design. As an organization, we are working toward making stronger connections to an intersectional and LGBTQ2S+ feminist movement and evolve our programming and staffing in this direction. G(irls)20 has an all-hands-on-deck attitude and there is no task too big or too small that staff may do. We work hard and have fun! This is an exciting time to join a growing organization, with the ability to have your own imprint on the future of the organization.
G(irls)20 is committed to equitable representation and access. Candidates from Black, Indigenous, racialized, LGBTQ2S+, newcomer, and other underserved communities are encouraged to self-identify in your application. To learn more about G(irls)20’s continued learning and commitment to equity, please see our Equity Strategy.
As a result of COVID-19, G(irls)20 employees are working from home indefinitely. We offer flexible hours and recognize that care work, health and mental health must be respected in order to have an effective team.
G(irls)20 is seeking to expand our funding portfolio by enhancing current revenue streams and creating new ones. The Fund Development and Operations Officer is a multi-faceted and evolving role that will support with identifying new partnerships and funding streams, lead on building out an exciting new database through Salesforce and assist with operational support of the organization. Working closely with the Senior Manager, Fund Development and Operations, this person will work across the organization’s programs, activities and stakeholders to promote a healthy funding portfolio and operational strategy to drive impact for G(irls)20.
The successful candidate is a positive and outgoing individual who is as comfortable working independently as being a collaborative team player.
The Fund Development and Operations Officer contributes to the team in the following ways:
Fund Development (60% of time):
Execute on all aspects of the fundraising strategy to increase revenue and support the strategic direction of the organization
Lead on the development of digital fundraising campaigns
Lead on growing the monthly donor program
Lead on stewardship with all individual donors
Lead on prospecting corporate sponsors and major donors
Lead on organizing G(irls)20 fundraising events
Support Senior Manager, Fund Development and Operations, on other tasks relating to corporate sponsorship and major donors
Manage identified corporate partner relationships ensuring agreement requirements are fulfilled
Develop pitch decks to assist with the development of new partnerships
Represent G(irls)20 at corporate and fundraising events, as necessary
Write funding proposals, as needed
Donor Management in Salesforce
Communications Management (15% of time):
Provide strategic support with the external communications strategy
Execute on aspects of the communications strategy throughout the year
Work closely with the Communications Coordinator to provide oversight and feedback on external communications, as needed
Operations Management (15% of time):
Lead on creating, improving and executing systems within the organization (including online filing system, online security, expense management system, onboarding and offboarding, etc.)
Identify important policies, develop procedures, and enforce as needed
Responsible for the day-to-day operations of the organization including contracts, invoicing and office management
Collaboration with G(irls)20 colleagues (10% of time):
Participate and play an active role in all G(irls)20 programs’ external events
Occasional participation in G(irls)20 programs’ workshops and other internal events
Assist in the preparation of cross-team reports and communications materials
Contribute to the organizational strategic planning, annual planning, etc.
Other duties as needed
Committed to feminist values with an understanding of how diverse women experience marginalization differently
2-3 years of professional fundraising experience in a nonprofit organization
Strong knowledge of fundraising best practices, and experience with: fundraising events, monthly donor programs, digital fundraising campaigns, corporate partnerships, prospecting, and donor stewardship.
Experience with donor management in Salesforce
Highly independent with a proven ability to lead on projects
Excellent written and oral communication skills
Solutions-oriented and can troubleshoot day-to-day issues as they arise, whether logistical or interpersonal in nature
Comfort working with Microsoft Office, Slack, Mailchimp, and other digital tools to maintain clear and organized documentation and data management
Sensitivity working with young women (ages 18-25) from a diversity of communities.
Ease fostering relationships with the business and non-profit communities alike.
Experience coordinating multiple stakeholders and the many moving parts of a project.
Comfort with social media and digital technologies.
Ability to be flexible and adaptable to changing priorities and tight timelines
A team player who is willing and ready to support the team when needed
Once it is safe to do so, flexibility to travel occasionally within Canada and internationally. G(irls)20 will consider barriers such as visa/PR status if necessary.
SALARY AND BENEFITS:
Salary range: $46,000 - $52,000
Health and Dental Benefits
Flexible work hours and location
Internet stipend of $40 CAD provided while working from home due to COVID-19
Mobile stipend of $50 CAD
3 weeks’ paid vacation per calendar year
Launched in 2009 at the Clinton Global Initiative, G(irls)20 places young women at the centre of decision-making processes. Through our signature programs, Global Summit and Girls on Boards, we make strategic investments in young women through education and training, building networks,
and access to unparalleled opportunities. While advocating for change at the global level through the annual G(irls)20 Global Summit, we are invested in changing the status quo for women at decision-making tables in communities across Canada by placing young women on boards.
G(irls)20 is a registered Canadian charity located in Toronto, Ontario.