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Development Coordinator

Habitat for Humanity West Hawaii
Job Description
JOB TITLE:  DEVELOPMENT COORDINATOR
 
Reports to:     Deputy Director                                  Program:       Resource Development
Agency/Division:  Habitat West HI                          Location:        West Hawaii
Exempt (Y/N):  Y                                                      Job Code:        Full time
Work Shift:             40 Hours per week                             

INTRODUCTION
The Development Coordinator works closely with the Deputy Director and various operational committees, and is responsible to conceptualize, strategize, and implement programs for strengthening the overall financial health and stability of the affiliate. 
 
The Development Coordinator will be instrumental in increasing the affiliate’s support from core funders, charitable foundations, corporate sponsors, local and regional business donors, the County and State and Federal government.
 
 
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
 
  1. Develop and implement fund development policies and procedures that effectively support the execution of a comprehensive fund development plan, including corporate sponsorships, signature events, direct appeals, individual solicitations, major gifts, and planned giving.
  2. Cultivate, maintain, and grow positive funding relationships with corporations, foundations, government agencies and individual donors.
  3. Conduct research, identify appropriate grants, write and submit grant proposals
  4. Oversee development of and maintenance of fund development tracking and reporting systems, including data base development and maintenance of collateral materials
  5. Schedule meetings with corporations and donors
  6.  Respond to donor inquiries in timely and accurate manner
  7.  Prepare donor correspondence and recognition
  8.  Query and pull reports from database
  9. Research information online and prepare donor profiles
  10.  Maintain donor prospect lists
 
OTHER DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
 
  1. Gives public speeches in order to educate and develop good relationship with both supporters and potential supporters and to inform the community of our services;
  2. Seeks and prepares funding proposals to sustain and enhance the development program;
 
QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS:  To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily.  The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skills, and/or abilities needed.  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
 
Education & Experience:  College degree in a related field with two years experience in the provision of services and/or grant writing.
 
Physical & Mental Abilities:  Must be able to manage individuals in leadership role and to use effective and clear communication; and effectively manage multiple tasks and work under pressure to meet multiple demands and deadlines; and communicate clearly, diplomatically, and effectively both verbally and in writing. 
 
Attitudes & Attributes: Must be able to relate well and work cooperatively with different ethnic groups and be sensitive to the cultural, language or dialect, financial and educational diversity of clients and co-workers; and maintain positive personal and phone contacts, projecting open, warm and positive communications (written and oral).
 
Other Skills & Abilities:  Must have PC skills, preferably with word processing, database and spreadsheets.  In addition, must have a valid driver’s license. May occasionally need to be flexible with work schedule, pending the need to deliver services outside the normal work shift and have access to cell phone.
 
Desired Experiences, Skills & Abilities:  Experience in Fund and Resource Development with proven record of increasing responsibility and achievement.
 
 
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