Chief Development Officer

CHIEF
DEVELOPMENT OFFICERDESCRIPTIONThe Chief Development Office
(CDO) of Juliette’s House raises money and other resources to support our
mission to protect children from abuse and neglect, support non-offending
family, and help children to heal from trauma. We serve Yamhill county
(population 106,000), and are based in McMinnville, located in wine country, a
50-minute drive to the South West from Portland.  The Chief Development Officer
will work as a member of the leadership team (including the CEO, COO, and Prevention
Education Director) and will have primary responsibility for maintaining and
building on Juliette’s House’s 25+ years of 
grassroots, event-based, and traditional fundraising. The position will
supervise all volunteers and staff who support fundraising, and will be likely
to grow in the coming years in alignment with our strategic plan.  A
successful candidate will:-       
Be able to Manage and Execute traditional fundraising
activities, including: ·      
grants;·      
mail solicitations; ·      
newsletters;·      
event-organizing and sponsorships;·      
major and planned giving;·      
capital campaigns; ·      
individual donor cultivation/solicitation/stewardship;·      
online fundraising, and ·      
institutional fundraising including corporate
and foundation grants. –       
Be able to Manage a donor database, keeping detailed
records on giving behavior, donor interest, and gifts received. –       
Have experience working with a Board of Directors,
particularly to coordinate volunteer efforts and organize volunteer/donor
recognition. –       
Be able to hire and managing contractors to fulfill
fundraising functions. –       
Be skilled in Microsoft Office applications including
Word, Outlook and Excel, with a willingness to learn other data management
systems. (JH uses Sales Force as our donor database.) REQUIREMENTS·       A
college degree or higher plus 3 years of experience in successful executive fundraising
management or Associate’s Degree plus 5 years of related experience; CFRE
credentials a plus. Experience with youth serving organizations, or a related/aligned
social welfare agency, a plus;·      
Skills in creating and maintaining strong
partner relations, including excellent verbal and written communication, and
problem solving – writing sample required at time of application (e.g. a funded
grant);·       Strong organizational skills, attention to
detail, problem-solving and decision-making capabilities.·       Experience
in working as part of a diverse team.·       Skilled
in Microsoft Office applications including Word, Outlook and Excel; willing to
learn other data management systems. (JH uses Sales Force as our donor
database.)·      
Have functional literacy in Spanish preferred.·      
This position is in Yamhill County, but remote
working is possible after probationary period. 
Applicant must have reliable transportation and a current driver’s
license. ·      
Able to pass a criminal background check;
willingness to become certified in child abuse prevention and act as a mandated
reporter. The CDO will also create/manage
the overall development department budget and work with appropriate staff to
create individual grant applications, project budgets, and reports. CDO is
responsible for planning and budgeting for ongoing professional development in
the field. While not
required, an ideal candidate will also: –       
Have experience researching, writing, winning, and
managing government grants (may include local, state, federal, or tribal) and
delivering reports;-       
Hold CFRE certification, or continuing education in the
field of fundraising, and a willingness to pursue ongoing professional
education; –       
Have prior experience in public health,
education, training, safety, or a related field: preferably work serving youths,
children, or in a related/aligned social welfare agency; and  –       
Must be comfortable using remote communication software
(e.g. GoTo Meeting, Skype, Google Hangouts, Zoom, etc.,) for interaction with
team, and with constituents.  Juliette’s
House is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer in full compliance with the
ADA. All qualified applicants are encouraged to apply. Applicants are
considered for employment based on their qualifications without regard to race,
color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, national origin, age, marital or
veteran status, genetic information, medical condition or disability, amnesty, or
any other factor in accordance with federal, state, and local law or
regulation. SALARYJuliette’s House is a small, $1 million
agency, and CDO is a full-time, 1.0 FTE leadership position. As such, salary
will be competitive and based on experience, with the possibility for rapid
advancement based on performance. Benefits includes retirement and health insurance,
and a budget for professional development.  CONCLUSION:As a public representative of JH,
the CDO must be a strong communicator and a consummate diplomat, building
strong relationships and strategic partnerships, in coordination with senior
leadership, in support our mission to eliminate child abuse and neglect in our
community.  Flexibility, resourcefulness,
creativity and commitment to success are key, and we look forward to a
conversation with you! Visit our website at www.julietteshouse.org to learn more
about our work. COMPENSATIONJuliette’s House offers a
competitive pay and benefits package including medical insurance; paid
holidays, and a generous paid time off policy. In addition, we offer a pre-tax
FSA and AFLAC.  Beginning spring 2020, we
will offer a 403b retirement plan.   HOW TO APPLY

Please send your CV and cover letter to Laura Lindemann, laura@julietteshouse.org,
for immediate consideration. Include “CDO” in the subject line of your email.