GENERAL FUNCTIONS: Under the general direction of the Executive Director and in partnership with the staff leadership team, responsible for oversight and implementation of general fund development including grant writing, cultivation of new and existing donors, especially individuals, alumni development, planned giving, and other management functions as assigned.
- Research and identify private, corporate, state and federal grant prospects.
- Develop and submit grant funding proposals.
- Ensure timely and appropriate acknowledgment and other communication with grant makers.
- Work with Accountant and Program Director to establish and maintain grant management systems, as needed.
- Coordinate grant reporting required by funders.
2. GENERAL DEVELOPMENT FUNCTIONS:
- Identification and cultivation of potential donors through research, contact with existing donors, board member contacts and other sources of information.
- Work with Community Relations Director to develop solicitation materials and presentations.
- In partnership with staff leadership team, develop and implement strategies to engage corporations, businesses and groups in support of programmatic and other needs as well as strategies for expanding earned income opportunities.
- Work with Program Director to explore and cultivate relationships with potential program partners to develop collaborative projects that leverage funding to expand and enhance Camp Fire services, especially to underserved populations.
3. PLANNED GIVING
- Participate with the Executive Director and Community Relations Director in coordinating the Tulsa Community Foundation (TCF) Planned Giving Partnership Program.
- Oversee maintenance of the “Guardians of the Fire” legacy society.
Qualifications: Education, training, and experience – Bachelors or Masters Degree in English, social sciences, communication, education or youth-related discipline. Demonstrated success in securing private, state and federal grants and general fund development, including cultivation of major gifts. Computer proficiency in word processing, spreadsheets, and simple graphics design (Microsoft WORD, EXCEL and POWER POINT). Ability to work in excess of 40 hours per week on occasion, some evenings and weekends; available for occasional overnight travel; physical ability to carry and move objects weighing up to 40-50 pounds; able to meet auto insurance requirements for driving council vehicles; able to see and hear; able to reach, stoop, climb, kneel, and move freely in such locations as outdoor camping sites and storage areas.
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PART-TIME CLUB LEADER
We are currently hiring Part-Time Club Leaders to work directly with elementary youth providing afterschool programming in TPS & Union schools. Leaders work 1-3 days/week (5-15+ hrs/week @ $10/hr). Hours are between 2:30-5:30pm, through to June. Some weekends and evenings are required. Must enjoy working with and actively participating with youth. The right candidates will be excited to mentor youth and make a difference in their lives. To apply, please call Kay Fidler at 918-592-2267.