Being our Stewardship & Development Officer
isn’t just for anyone. It’s for the professional looking for
something else, something . . . more. Remember how proud you were
when you landed that great job? Before you started watching the
clock? Sure, your work’s o.k., your colleagues are pretty nice, and
the coffee’s good. But you’re keeping your eyes on other job
opportunities. You’re still very ambitious. But you want new
energy, in yourself, your colleagues, and in your organization.
That’s great, especially if you’re an aspiring development
professional and want to radically alter the way Catholicism is
perceived and received in western Oregon. Because that’s what we’re
looking for: the right person who gets excited about witnessing to
the Gospel of Jesus Christ, is motivated to share His love and hope
with the world, and who sees the opportunity to maximize others’
potential as more than a mere job, for you it’s a calling to the
most meaningful work imaginable.
The Archdiocese of Portland in Oregon fosters an environment of
continuous learners, and we take pride in our employee’s eagerness
to refine their skills and continually grow as professionals, and
as followers of Christ.
The Stewardship & Development Officer position offers an
important opportunity to give form and direction to the overall
development process of the Archdiocese. You’ll articulate a
compelling vision, create and present a persuasive case for
support, and secure with various audiences the financial resources
necessary to ensure the vitality of the Archdiocese. You’ll be
concerned with the growth of the Archdiocese; including with staff,
donors and other stakeholders, budget, assets, and all other
Archdiocesan resources, to help make the best use of them and
maximize the Archdiocese’s revenue, and profile.
1) Oversee and manage Archdiocese of Portland fundraising
strategy, development, and execution through best-in-class
planning, organizing, staffing, leading, and controlling
2) Develop numerous efficient and compelling opportunities for
donors to contribute their support, and make those experiences
gratifying and rewarding for the donors.
3) Act as the primary relationship manager for a portfolio of
principal and major gift donors and prospects located throughout
western Oregon, overseeing the entire donor engagement and moves
THE SKILLS YOU’LL NEED:
1) Be an energetic, results-driven, and growth-oriented leader
who thrives using an entrepreneurial mindset.
2) Be a passionate and capable communicator of the mission and
vision of the Archbishop and the Archdiocese, motivating and
inspiring trust and confidence.
3) Have a broad operational understanding of the various roles,
functions, and responsibilities of the different units that
constitute a successful Development team, and be an effective
manager of people, ideas, and tasks.
4) Be comfortable with technology, and have a high capacity for
data-driven, analytic decision-making.
5) Have unwavering commitment to transparency in accounting for
and reporting the impact of donor contributions
Don’t miss YOUR calling. Send us your
cover letter and resume: email@example.com