Director of Employee Giving and Engagement - 24076

WWF Washington, DC

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• Builds on, elevates and executes the strategy to grow WWF's employee engagement and giving efforts to become a partner of choice for a priority set of high-impact, highly-motivated firms.
• On an annual reviews and refines goals and targets for the employee engagement program for specific industries and companies.
• Serves as a leader within WWF’s Engagement Team, providing counsel and executive-level support to the Engagement Team-lead on key projects.
• Focuses on priority objectives including expanding WWF’s portfolio of high-value employee giving campaigns through targeted engagement of key corporate decision-makers, overseeing the roll-out and growth of WWF’s employee engagement platform, stewarding the growth of WWF’s ongoing workplace giving efforts, and aligning pro-bono support opportunities for WWF with key consulting firms.



• A master's degree with a minimum of ten years of experience with the private sector in sales, business develoment, fundraising or relevant experience is required.
• Deep expeirence in the cultivation and soliciation of corporate donors is requred.
• Confidence and experience working in a complex, global, matrix-based organization, interacting with corporate personnel at all levels is required.
• Able to comfortably engage and influence corporate leaders around WWF’s mission and key corporate sustainability issues.
• Demonstrated successful track record of program/project leadership, including strategy development, execution, measurement, and optimization.
• Experience in managing employee giving and engagement campaigns preferred.
• Ability to identify opportunities and make informed strategic decisions.
• Proven experience in seven-figure fundraising and/or business development.
• Experience building successful internal and external relationships with senior executives.
• Previous management experience preferred.

As an EOE/AA employer, WWF will not discriminate in its employment practices due to an applicant’s race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, marital status, genetic information, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, disability, or protected Veteran status. WWF values diversity and inclusion and welcomes diverse candidates to apply.

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