Dow Rummel Leadership wants every person who chooses to join our team to understand that they play a very important part of a much larger story of our residents’ lives. It is our mission that Dow Rummel Village associates create joy-filled memories with this respected and unique generation.
Dow Rummel is a non-profit organization located in Sioux Falls, SD and has been the premier life plan community in the area for over 55 years.
The Fund Development Coordinator will coordinate all aspects of fundraising in conjunction with the Fund Development Director. The coordinator works closely with the Director of Fund Development, volunteers, co-workers, and others with a high level of visibility and momentum that helps create a sense of excitement, optimism, and confidence in achieving the mission and goals of the Office of Fund Development.
This is a Part-Time 20 hours per week position.
- Overall coordination and organization including but not limited to: prospect tracking, strategy, task assignment and maintenance of timelines, correspondence including acknowledgements, event planning and hosting, design and printing, data entry in donor software and in general.
- Work with the Fund Development Director and fund development volunteers and leaders to schedule meetings with prospective donors and arrange all meeting needs such as lunches, tours, materials, etc.
- Follow up after donor meetings to ensure donor has been thanked, providing any additional materials needed, and schedule or make note of follow up actions needed.
- Conduct prospect research to identify prospective donors and to gather information about new prospects and current prospects and donors.
- Work with Director and any volunteers to develop and execute a communication plan for donors.
- Work with campaign committees to plan and executive small campaign related events.
- Individual must have outstanding organizational skills and high level of accuracy.
- Experience in and knowledge of fundraising and general fund development organizing is preferred.
- The successful candidate will be highly organized, self-motivated, detail-oriented, creative, strategic, professional, and able to manage multiple projects under tight deadlines. Excellent writing, analytical, and research skills are essential.
- Individual must have a high level of computer literacy, including experience using online databases and other sources to locate financial and philanthropic information and possess exceptional interpersonal skills and an ability to work collaboratively with all levels of staff, volunteers, board members, donors, and prospective donors. Excel, Word, Publisher, and general computer experience or education preferred. Bachelor’s degree or three to five years fundraising experience relevant to the responsibilities preferred, but not required.
- Wellness Center Membership
- Employee Recognition Program
- Cell Phone Discount (Verizon/AT&T)