JOIN US AS EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF THE NEW NCCHC FOUNDATION!
As NCCHC’s Foundation executive, the candidate selected will be a member of the Foundation Board of Trustees. Key responsibilities include:
Develop, implement and evaluate key fundraising strategies to support the mission of the NCCHC Correctional Health Foundation successfully.
Work with the Foundation Board of Trustees, NCCHC governance and staff to successfully conduct Foundation business, including the execution of board meetings, recruitment and support of Foundation committees and board elections processes.
Develop community relationships, direct marketing programs and events to cultivate, motivate and solicit individual, foundation and corporate donors.
Maintain personal, regular communication with annual giving donors through effective donor communications and cultivation activities. Ensure successful implementation of the plan through support and engagement from the Foundation Coordinator. This includes writing general and personalized acknowledgment letters and leading off-site events when required.
Oversee the annual appeal program including memorial gifts and bequests, as well as the employee giving program to increase participation in annual giving.
Coordinate and write grant and endowment requests for funds from the corporate and private sector.
Develop an annual giving budget in conjunction with the finance team. Prepare regular, reconciled financial reports on individual, foundation and corporate fundraising activities coordinated with the NCCHC finance department.
Coordinate and oversee major events
Qualifications for this position of national prominence and high visibility include broad-based business acumen as well as:
Five+ years of experience in fundraising with a focus on foundation and/or corporate areas
Bachelor’s degree required
Ability to work independently to cultivate and manage the development process
Demonstrated experience in proposal writing
Effective presentation skills
Excellent writing, spelling, grammar and proofreading skills
Strong verbal communication and constituent service skills
Strong project management skills; must be able to successfully manage multiple projects with competing priorities and meet deadlines
Excellent attention to detail
Strong computer and typing skills, including expertise with Microsoft software: Outlook, Word, and Excel
Additional Salary Information: NCCHC offers industry and location competitive compensation and benefits. For prompt, confidential consideration, please send cover letter (salary history must be included) and resume by 12/31/2019, no phone calls or office visits.
The mission of the National Commission on Correctional Health Care is to improve the quality of health care in jails, prisons and juvenile confinement facilities. NCCHC establishes standards for health services in correctional facilities, operates a voluntary accreditation program for institutions that meet those standards, produces resource publications, conducts educational conferences and offers certification for correctional health professionals. NCCHC is supported by the major national organizations representing the fields of health, mental health, law and corrections.