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Emergency youth Shelter Direct Care Staff
Catholic Charities of the Texas Panhandle is seeking applications for direct care staff . One year experience in childcare preferred. Must be at least 21 years of age and have a high school diploma or equivalent (GED); must be able to read, write and communicate in a professional manner; must meet requirements related to background checks. Apply in person at 2801 Duniven Circle, or send resume to email@example.com.
Executive & Marketing Assistant
Must have Associates Degree in Business Administration, Marketing, Communications, or related field and at least one year of marketing, communication or relevant experience required, Bachelor’s degree preferred.
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Resource Development Director and Volunteer Coordinator
Job Summary: The Resource Development Director is fully accountable for identifying, cultivating, soliciting, and stewarding philanthropic support for CCTXP by developing and maintaining relationships with individual and corporate donors, research and preparation of grant requests including follow up reporting on the same, special fundraising events and activities, reporting and database management, and direct mail management. The director also coordinates parish engagement throughout the Diocese of Amarillo for us to offer services, solicit gifts and recruit volunteers across the Panhandle of Texas. As the Volunteer Coordinator, the director will solicit and coordinate our volunteer base. (S)he will help expand our Bags of Hope Program to others.
Location: Amarillo, TX
Job Classification: Full-Time Salary/Exempt
Reports to: Executive Director
Organizational Relationships: Work as needed with agency staff, Board of Directors and associated committees, volunteers, industry professionals, and funding sources (including prospective donors and agents of foundations, corporations, and governmental entities).
- Oversee all aspects of fundraising including grant writing, major gifts, foundation and corporate fundraising, individual fundraising, direct mail, planned giving, special events and all aspects of donor relations.
- Prepare and review the Annual Development Plan.
- Plan and evaluate fundraising campaigns and activities.
- Coordinate with the Executive Director and the Board to assure that non-restricted income is equal to or exceeds agency budget.
- Responsible for Donor stewardship, assisted by the Finance Department.
- Facilitate and support agency fundraising events.
- Develop volunteer opportunities and coordinate with program directors.
- Recruit volunteers to help with our programs through community resources, community groups, social media, online and other avenues.
- Organize, coordinate and oversee volunteer training as needed.
- Create and maintain a monthly volunteer calendar ensuring sufficient coverage of volunteer shifts and volunteers are engaged in meaningful ways, excluding Hunger Project.
- Maintain accurate records for volunteers including contact information, the frequency of service, hours of service and any other metric deemed worthy of tracking.
- Assist with and implement the capital
- Identify and foster planned giving and major gifts.
- Serve as Staff liaison with development committee.
- Develop parish outreach plan and contact list to create awareness and to engage parishioners in agency mission throughout the entire Texas Panhandle.
- Promote the use of Bags of Hope, Barrels of Hope, or similar giving tool, in both the Diocese of Amarillo and other churches and businesses, for both food and non-food items.
- Inventory in-kind gifts
- Maintain knowledge of data entry and report generation with donor software.
- Issue periodic reports on the status of fundraising, and volunteer engagement efforts.
- Look for creative ways to obtain sponsorships for agency fundraising
- Provide signature authorization on disbursement authorizations and checks.
- Prepare monthly grant report for the Executive Director and Board of Directors
- Prepare Annual Report
- Represent agency as needed at community and diocesan meetings and events.
- Seek continuing education via training, webinars, gatherings, and conferences in Catholic development, grant writing, parish/community outreach.
- Other essential and non-essential dues and responsibilities as assigned by Executive Director.
Minimum Education: Bachelor’s Degree in Marketing, Communications, Business or related field.
- Some weekend work required.
- Superb written, verbal, critical thinking, and interpersonal skills.
- Highly organized.
- Experience with non-profit fund development.
- Experience working with volunteers and in planning a quality volunteer program.
- Ability to prioritize, plan and execute job functions.
- Creative, self-starter attitude.
- Proficient in data entry (accuracy required) and experience with database software
- Must have competence with basic office software, showing advanced level experience with Microsoft Word and Excel.
- Time management and flexibility with job duties.
- Donor and volunteer service mentality.
- Bachelor’s Degree in Public Relations, Communications, Business or related field and over three years of fundraising experience.
- Valid Texas Driver’s License
- Ability to refer clients to other services not offered by CCTXP
- Effective public speaking skills
- Able to make “cold calls”
- A record of measurable results in organizing and implementing such activities as grant writing, direct mail, special events, major gifts and other fundraising activities
- Must be able to clear a Department of Public Safety (DPS) background check
Physical Qualifications: The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to perform the essential functions of this job successfully. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
Applicants can apply in person at 2801 Duniven Circle or send resumes to firstname.lastname@example.org.