Development Manager

Philadelphia 19147, Pennsylvania

JoB Description

This role manages, maintains, creates, and supports special and third party fundraising events, identifies and cultivates corporate sponsors and major gifts in kind, and leads and directs development volunteers. This is a high visibility role within the organization and requires attention to detail, understanding of budgets, and the ability to engage and ask others to support the organization through philanthropy. The Development Manager prepares fundraising plans, works with event committees and Mazzoni Center staff and volunteers to enlist recurring and new financial support. Excellent oral and written communication skills are required for this position. Knowledge of Salesforce system strongly preferred or other CRM required; Knowledge of content management systems (CMS), email campaign systems, and social media required; 4 or more years of experience in fundraising, events, sales, or marketing required; and, proven fundraising or results record required and project and timeline management skills a must.

This position reports to the Director of Development and Marketing.

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To apply for this position, submit your cover letter and resume in one PDF document to both Patricia Dunne, Human Resources Director at [email protected] and R Perry Monastero at [email protected] using the subject line, "Development Manager Application"


Contact: Director of Development & Marketing R Perry Monastero


From the blog

Who Do You Trust?

Posted by Laura Otten, Ph.D., Director on 20 September 2018, 7:35 am

As we approach the last quarter of the year, the three months when, historically, more dollars come to nonprofits than any other three month period, I’m often asked by reporters and regular folk how to determine if a nonprofit is “donation-worthy.” Unfortunately, our job at proving our worthiness got harder last year, as trust in nonprofits continued to drop.  According to Edelman’s annual Trust Barometer (which was released the beginning of this year), people from around the world are losing trust in government, for-profits, nonprofits, and the media.  In the United States, trust in all of these organizations dropped to 43%. .

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Dinkum Kreischer Miller Laura Solomon Subaru