Development & Marketing Manager

NCCJ CT & Western MA
Connecticut, United States
Salary Not specified
Closing date
Oct 19, 2022

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Position Type
Fundraising, Capital Campaigns, Direct Marketing, Fundraising Administration, Grant Seeking, Major Gifts, Planned Giving, Other Fundraising, Special Events, Programs, Grant Administration, Grant Making, Other Programs, Administrative, Other Administrative, Sales and Marketing
Community Development, Education
Employment Type
Full Time
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Job Description National Conference for Community and Justice Date: September 2022 Title: Development and Marketing Manager Department: Development and Marketing Reports to: President and Chief Executive Officer Position Overview: Oversee day-to-day responsibility for development of a strong marketing campaign and diversified funding streams in alignment with NCCJ mission, values, and vision. Position Status: Full-time, Exempt RESPONSIBILITIES: • Develop solid strategic communication and fundraising plans in support of NCCJ branding strategies in alignment with our mission, vision, programs, and goals. • Conduct on-going donor research, identifying new potential foundations, and corporations whose funding priorities align with NCCJ’s purpose and intent. • Plan and execute an annual calendar of proposal submissions, tracking and follow-up reporting. • Establish and/or maintain effective relationships with foundation program officers and corporate funders through inquiry letters, informal updates, and timely reporting. • Ability to write compelling grants. • Manage the timely distribution of on-line donations and appeals (Giving Tuesday, end-of-year campaign, holiday appeal, summer thank-you letter, etc.). • Collect, enter, track, and analyze all donor information into the Salesforce database system. • Generate, prepare, and present reports and list segmentations for mailings and for analysis. • Create an array of marketing materials (newsletter, blog, annual reports, etc.). • Manage NCCJ’s website (Shulcloud and WordPress) design and content, including developing website messages based on current events and trends using a social justice lens. • Maintain all social media sites including but not limited to Instagram, LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter, TikTok, Vimeo, You Tube, Pinterest, Etsy, Tumblr, etc. • Identify and engage with media outlets (magazines, newspapers, TV, radio, etc.) • Collaborate with staff and volunteers to ensure fundraising and relationship-building goals are achieved. • Engage with program participants and respective clients on capturing “mission moments” for the purpose of sharing the community impact. 2 • Initiate planning meetings and related activities, maintaining momentum and execution of tasks leading up to each event. • Ensure the timely distribution of invitations, and track guest list and payments. • Support in all post-event activities, including acknowledgments to donors and to volunteers, event evaluation, etc. • Document programming and other events for marketing purposes, maintain a catalog of photos, videos, and audio. • Represent NCCJ at conferences, seminars, and other development and marketing events. • Participate in professional development opportunities, including in-house social justice and anti-racism programs. Perform other duties as directed or as needed. QUALIFICATIONS: Experience: • 3-5 years’ working in developing development and marketing sector preferred. Skills: • Excellent writing and communication skills, including the ability to write compelling grants and other appeals to institutional and individual donors. • Demonstrated skill with social media tools and platforms. • Strong project management and events management skills, including the ability to successfully manage multiple tasks and activities under strict deadline pressures. • Attention to detail essential. • Familiarity with donor databases and good data entry skills. • Strong interpersonal skills with the ability to work effectively with staff and diverse external stakeholders. • Experience working in children, youth, and adults. • Social justice awareness preferred. Education/Training: • Bachelor’s degree preferred. Time Obligations: • Ability to work occasional evenings and weekends as needed to ensure the successful execution of events and other deadline-driven responsibilities. Application Process: • Interested applicants should send cover letter and resume to Sandra Vonniessen-Applebee, NCCJ Director of Operations at ▪ No phone calls, please. Applications will be reviewed until position is filled

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