Director of Development

Team4Tech

About the organization

Team4Tech works to expand access to quality education and economic opportunity by leveraging technology volunteers and solutions. We partner with global nonprofit partners with strong education programs and help amplify their impact through technology grants and pro bono consulting projects over three to five years. Our ultimate goal is to increase the number of youth and adults who are empowered with relevant skills for employment, decent jobs, and entrepreneurship. Since 2013, Team4Tech has supported more than 35 nonprofits to improve education and economic opportunities for 85,000 learners in 19 countries in North America, Latin America, Africa, Asia, and Europe.

Duties

Lead the design, implementation, and ongoing management of a forward-thinking fundraising plan to raise $1.8M over the next three years.

Personally cultivate, solicit, and steward a portfolio of major donors with the capacity to give 5- and 6-figure gifts; maintain a robust pipeline of donor prospects.

Work closely with board and staff to create an energized, authentic fundraising culture. Consult with board members to deepen their involvement in fundraising and leverage their personal and professional networks.

In collaboration with program staff, prepare high quality case statements, proposals, presentations, reports, and other donor communications. Leverage data, impact stories, and excitement about Team4Tech’s work to inspire donors to action

Qualifications

A versatile and well-rounded development professional. You bring 7+ years of work experience in fundraising, with a track record of managing a $1M+ portfolio and experience qualifying, cultivating, soliciting, and stewarding major individual, foundation, and corporate supporters. You enjoy both the operational and donor-facing aspects of fundraising, and are knowledgeable about fundraising systems, processes, and best practices.

An inspired writer, storyteller, and communicator. You are skilled in analyzing, breaking down, and communicating complex ideas in ways that inspire others to action. You demonstrate an understanding of the context surrounding education and international development, and create logical arguments that clearly articulate the ‘why’ behind mission and impact. Grant writing/reporting experience is required.

A well-organized and resourceful behind-the-scenes manager. You are experienced in managing multiple projects and tasks, proactively and independently addressing challenges as they arise. You have a mind for operations and efficiency, and strategically use limited resources to create systems and processes. You are skilled at getting the most out of donor relationship management systems.

Salary

100,000 - 120,000

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