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Individual Giving Support Manager & Digital Fundraising Advisor

Greater Public
Washington, United States
$70,000.00 - $75,000.00
Closing date
Mar 28, 2023

Greater Public is a membership-based nonprofit that gives public media fundraisers the tools and confidence to support their organizations and move their careers forward. We go out of our way to delight our members and coax them to new heights with trusted, forward-thinking practices. We’re looking for a full-time staff member who will oversee the implementation of expanded digital and individual giving support services for our members.


Reporting to the Executive Director of Member Station Services, you will also work in conjunction with the membership and major giving advisors to create a streamless strategy to serve the 250+ organizations that are members of Greater Public. Along with orchestrating this work, you will be the primary advisor for digital fundraising. In this newly created role, your ideas and expertise will be relied on to build this influential position. If you see yourself as a change agent who understands the importance of digital revenue and want to make a difference for public media organizations and their audiences, we want to hear from you. 


The Greater Public team believes that working for equity, inclusion, and racial justice within public media is essential to fulfilling our mission of public service. (Read more about what we’re doing here.) Black, Indigenous and people of color (BIPOC), LGBTQ+ identifying-individuals, people with disabilities and veterans are highly encouraged to apply


Greater Public is a great place to work! Here’s why: 
    You can work from anywhere in the United States, including from home!  You’ll join a team of professional self-starters who value diversity, initiative, inclusion,  and kindness. You’ll get excellent full-time benefits, including high-quality employer-paid healthcare, generous vacation, sick, and personal leave; holiday pay; dental, short-term and long-term disability insurance; and employer retirement contributions matching up to 7.5%. A monthly technology stipend to cover your IT and other work expenses. You’ll work on a national scale, helping to strengthen a vital public service for the American people. Salary range for this position is $70,000 - $75,000. 


    Create learning opportunities, workshops, services, tools, and research projects to help Greater Public members increase engagement and revenue for their public media organizations with a focus on digital opportunities. Identify and work with vendors and other partners beyond public media to bring best practices, tools and research to our members.
    Provide both inbound and outbound membership/individual giving advisory services to Greater Public members. This includes: follow-up on advisory contacts, outreach to new staff at member stations; and coordination with the member-relations team to identify members who could benefit from a contact.
    Lead and organize Greater Public cohort groups. Organize and facilitate conference calls for these groups. Review results of cohort conversations and make suggestions for service refinements. Look for opportunities to develop case studies, web content, and other offerings to members based on cohort conversations.
    Produce webinars and assist developing blog posts. Identify timely topics, and research presenters or resources that can be highlighted for our members.
    Evaluate and help maintain content on Develop tools and make recommendations and/or develop for content additions or rebuilds as necessary.
    Help coordinate and create break-out sessions in the Membership and Major giving tracks at our annual conference, the PMDMC (Public Media Development and Marketing Conference) and at other virtual events.
    Serve as part of the Greater Public Benchmarks team. Review data and report and help prepare and present Benchmarks data to members via webinar and at conferences. 
    Cultivate relationships with colleagues across public media to help create opportunities and sharing of knowledge.
Skills you bring to the position
    Have worked in the nonprofit sector for 5+ years, specifically in fundraising with deep experience conducting successful digital fundraising campaigns Strong experience and understanding of digital fundraising tools, and digital fundraising best practices. You have keen eye for spotting opportunities and trends in digital revenue and engagement Dot connector - you love connecting with people and in turn connecting them with other colleagues You find building programs and relationships that help solve problems important and satisfying work Enterprising - able to understand the needs of members, and create content and tools to address those needs Presentation development and public speaking (in-person and virtual)
Nice to have skills but not required
    Experience being part of team that organizes conferences and professional development events Experience working with (or at) a membership association/organization A love for Public Media - you have an elevator pitch for why it’s worthy of support Familiar with adult learning and educational design principles  Proficient at using Salesforce and G suite tools 

What if you don’t have skills in every qualification listed above? Please apply anyway! We know there are great candidates who don’t fit all these descriptions, and you might bring important skills that we haven’t considered.

Who you are
    You believe that Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion are the work of everyone and every department in an organization You have a strong sense of curiosity and industriousness. You like to solve problems and aren’t afraid to tackle tough issues Welcome the idea of working as part of a remote team You enjoy meeting new people and learning from them Excellent listening skills and adaptability You like using data to solve problems and create strategy Ability to travel 3-4 times a year

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