Advertising, Marketing, Public Relations, Community, Social Services, Nonprofit, Public/Society Benefit
The Director, Campaign and Individual Giving is an integral member of the Individual Giving team, working in all areas of the department as well as with other staff in Washington and Salzburg. The Director, Campaign and Individual Giving performs a range of activities designed to enhance the effectiveness and improve the results of Salzburg Global's individual giving efforts, including contributing to campaign strategy, proposal development, donor research and outreach, coordinating solicitations, and data management. Some work in the evenings and weekends may be necessary.
Direct the identification, cultivation, and solicitation of campaign and individual giving prospects. Coordinate and manage prospect research efforts.
Coordinate across the organization to assure full integration of campaign activities with all other Salzburg Global activities, including annual fundraising, and the program and hotel teams.
Plan and execute dynamic, mission-centered activities and events for campaign and individual donor prospects and renewals.
Develop, direct, and implement annual giving, major giving, planned giving, and Board giving activities, including the annual appeal program.
Draft letters, donor proposals, and narratives for capital campaign. In coordination with the President, develop campaign strategies and materials.
Ensure effective data management regarding gifts, donor research, meeting notes, and other items. Manage data cleanup and standardization efforts in the database.
Supervise the Development Associate, Major Gifts and the Development Associate, Individual Giving. Jointly supervise the Davidson Impact Fellow with the US Development Director.
Desired skills and experience:
Minimum five years of professional development experience related to research, cultivation and solicitation of individual donors.
Bachelor's degree required.
Excellent writing skills (portfolio required) and ability to manage idea-based conversations.
A critical thinker, highly organized and detail oriented.
Comfortable working with people in different time zones, from diverse cultural backgrounds and at all levels, including senior executives and board members.
Excellent Internet research and Microsoft Outlook, Word, Excel, and PowerPoint skills required.
Proficiency with Raiser's Edge or other fundraising databases highly desired.
Enthusiasm for the global mission of the organization.
Ability to work both independently and collaboratively in a fast-paced environment with rapidly shifting priorities.
Ability to take initiative and exhibit resourcefulness.
Salzburg Global Seminar is an independent nonprofit organization founded in 1947 to challenge present and future leaders to solve issues of global concern. We are a strategic convener and cross-generation, cross-sector bridge builder. We work with the world's leading public and private organizations and philanthropic investors to accelerate breakthrough thinking and collaboration on complex and em...erging challenges. Leveraging our network of 25,000 Salzburg Global Fellows in 160 countries, we identify young change makers, encourage their development, and connect their efforts to take solutions to scale. Schloss Leopoldskron - a 300-year old palace once home of Max Reinhardt, founder of the Salzburg Festival - provides an inspiring space for openness in support of our problem-solving mission.
Salzburg Global thrives by empowering people to have signi?cant impact in the world. This means understanding context, developing insight, exploring and de?ning opportunities, setting strategy, creating tangible goals and business opportunities, and above all, translating vision into action and results. If you are an entrepreneur hungry to put your skills to work, think of Salzburg Global as your platform to drive high impact change.