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International Crane Foundation

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Published:
February 14, 2018
Job location:
Baraboo, Wisconsin

income:
Open
Type:
Full Time - practiced
Job Category:
Development - General

 

The International Crane Foundation (ICF) is seeking a Development agent whose practice will help fuel our mission. Over the past 40 years, ICF has grown from the dream of two college students to a world-renowned conservation effort to save the world’s cranes and the flyways and habitats they frequent. ICF achieves our mission through the gifts of our generous donors. As our Development agent, you will educate donors about ICF goals and successes. The Development agent will solicit gifts to aid in the growth of our conservation efforts.
What is Information technology like to work at ICF? Prepare to be surrounded by people who are passionate for our mission, dedicated to the organization and engaged with their fellow staff and associates. Our ICF team is committed to fulfilling the dream that started 40+ years ago. ICF is located in Baraboo Wisconsin but has donor bases in many regions in the US, telecommuting is a possibility for the right candidate.
Oh yeah, we also have a nice income and benefit package, and you can play a critical function in promoting and expanding our mission across the U.S. and 55 countries around the world. Does that sound like you?

Position Summary:
The Development agent supports the International Crane Foundation by securing funds and managing a group of assigned, qualified donors (portfolio), assuring that as many as possible are retained as continuing donors and are upgraded in their giving and involvement. The Development agent serves as a key member of ICF’s Development Team and works collaboratively with team members in supporting initiatives that deepen the engagement of major gifts prospects and donors with ICF, and elevate major gift activity.
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Essential tasks and Job responsibilities:
   » Create individual goals for each assigned donor in the portfolio located on the donor’s history of giving and ICF’s expertise of that donor’s potential and interest for general support, capital campaigns, continuing program and project fund raising, and special opportunity strategic gift opportunities, in collaboration with Director of Development and Development Team.
   » Create a plan for each assigned donor that serves as a foundational communication and marketing plan for each person in the portfolio. Will faithfully and on a timely basis execute that plan so individuals in the portfolio are retained and upgraded through the Moves Management
   » Work with Development Team to identify and qualify a portfolio of major gift prospects from existing and potential donors and members.
   » Schedule and conduct a high level of activity, directly and personally engaging with major gift donors and prospects to build relationships with ICF. Expected travel or out-of-office donor contact range from 25% to 50% of average work week, located on geographic caseload assignments and timing of major institutional fundraising activities.
   » Skillfully present ICF’s case to prospects and donors for philanthropic support and compelling gift opportunities customized for target audience(s). Including asking for the right gift, at the right time, in the right way. Sustain a high level of activity related to asking for gifts.
   » Develop and prepare major gift proposals, in cooperation with grants, program, and communications staff, utilizing both current and planned gift opportunities, to best meet donors’ needs, interests and financial capabilities, including structuring complex or special gift arrangements, as appropriate.
   » Collaborate with Development Team, discussing major gift prospects and donors, sharing advice and information, strategizing, and coordinating activity surrounding shared prospects and donors.
   » Help coordinate development efforts across the organization, working closely with Development Team, Program staff, CEO, Sr. leadership abilities and ICF Board of Directors, as appropriate, to develop and implement strategies related to major gift opportunities, and optimize use of limited resources to insure high impact and results (strong ROI – Return on Investment).
   » Create weekly reports as required by management that accurately reflect caseload activity and performance.
   » Support ICF’s recognition for donors, including implementation of gift acexpertisement strategies.
   » Help plan and implement continuing communication and stewardship with major gift donors.
   » Assist in creation and implementation of annual giving strategies.
   » Track activity within Raiser’s Edge NXT software.
   » Communicate effectively with groups and individuals in diverse settings using a range of techniques including face to face, telephone, email, written correspondence, public speaking, and meeting facilitation.
   » Prepare written case statements, event plans, donor plans and talking points for staff as needed for specific donor situations.
   » Plan and prioritize work effectively, using time and other resources wisely to maximize desired results.
   » Commitment to the mission of the International Crane Foundation.
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For more information, please visit our website at www.savingcranes.org
To apply send cover letter and resume to E-Mail: icfjobs@savingcranes.org
Please list subject: Development
ICF is an equal opportunity employer

Required Appropriate qualifications:
   » A Bachelor’s degree in Public Relations, Marketing, Communications, or other field of interest, or significant combination of education and practice.
   » Three years’ practice in major gift fundraising or applicable transferable practice that resulted in donations and gifts to the organization for both unrestricted and restricted uses.
   » practice with soliciting funds as part of Annual and Capital Campaigns.
   » capability to build and maintain relationships with perspective donors, matching the interests and passions of donors.
   » Excellent verbal communication skills, including speaking clearly and persuasively to individual and groups; listening effectively; responding well to questions from perspective donors, Board Members, staff.
   » Excellent written communication skills, including the capability to write correspondence, reports, case statements and proposals in a clear, concise, logical, and grammatically-correct manner.
   » capability to work independently and to establish, monitor, and achieve goals with minimal supervision.
   » Proven track record of utilizing Moves Management to cultivate and secure gifts.
   » Attentive to detail and thoroughness.
   » Valid State driver’s license and satisfactory driving record.
   » capability and availability to travel at least 25% of the time, within Wisconsin, domestically, and outside of the U.S. occasionally.
   » Flexibility to work the number and schedule of hours needed to accomplish regular and ad hoc job responsibilities, including being accessible outside normal business hours.
   » Demonstrate respect and sensitivity for others; inspire trust; and work with integrity and ethically.
   » Quickly, effectively, and continually adapt to changes in work environment and tasks, processes, and technologies.
   » Work as a constructive member of a team, including the free sharing of information and technical skills as needed.
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Preferred Appropriate qualifications:
   » practice with annual and capital campaigns. capability to proficiently use designated software tool such as Raiser’s Edge or related Fund-Raising software.
   » practice working in environmental, conservation, or related organizations.
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NOTES:
Telecommuting is allowed.

Additional income Information: income located on expereince

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About International Crane Foundation
The International Crane Foundation (ICF) commits to a future where all crane species are secure - a future where people cooperate to protect and restore wild populations and their ecosystems. These efforts sustain the places where cranes live, to the benefit of countless other species.

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Contact Email: icfjobs@savingcranes.org


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