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Donor Relations Manager - Korean speaker
Good Neighbors is an international humanitarian development non-governmental organization (NGO) founded in South Korea in 1991. After 5 years, we obtained consultative status with the United Nation’s Economic and Social Council (UNECOSOC). We have been providing assistance to individuals regardless of race, religion, ideology or region.
Good Neighbors has actively engaged in relief development projects in 40 countries. In 2011, we officially partnered with the World Food Program (WFP).
We specialize in international community development projects involving health, education, advocacy, and socioeconomic development to establish a better, sustainable future for a global community. Good Neighbors International received the Millennium Development Goals (MDG) Award for its achievements in the development of universal primary education.
Good Neighbors Canada was founded in March 2017. Under Good Neighbors International’s governance, we focus on fundraising, volunteer programs, and global development campaigns to support field projects. Currently, we have been striving to raise funds for sanitary pads for girls in Uganda, water wells in Zambia, child support development in the Dominican Republic, social enterprise support, and renovating a school in Guatemala.
- Engage with and support management in fundraising, by managing all stewardship and recognition programs for our donors, providing excellent relationship management and prompt follow up.
- Manage donor stewardship, ensuring that it supports and complements organization goals, escalating any resource implications to management.
- Ensure proper donor stewardship including appropriate follow up meetings, drafting funding/impact reports and proposals for moving gifts through the pipeline to become major gifts and larger corporate partnerships.
- Oversee proper acknowledgment of donations by drafting thank-you letters, greeting cards, memos, newsletters, reports, and making timely touchpoints.
- Provide background research and materials that will provide support for the development of individual and foundation donations.
- Recommend appropriate cultivation and solicitation strategies and timing for donor/prospect visits, debrief, and manage follow-up activities.
- Ensure that management presents annual requests for financial support to all donors and prospects at the appropriate time. Close and acknowledge all requests on schedule and in a timely manner.
- Develop cultivation, stewardship, and solicitation strategies for a portfolio of the organization’s most important prospects and donors.
- Facilitate and coordinate communication with these prospects and among the prospect’s relationships. Promote positive relations with these prospects and donors.
- Implement donor cultivation and stewardship events when appropriate. Identify and cultivate potential new event hosts.
- Collaborate with team members to ensure the timely and accurate completion of routine work such as gift acknowledgments, solicitation and cultivation mailings, and event invitations.
- Serve as the administrative liaison between the Development team and other team members, reconciling donation information with the Finance team, as well as identifying areas of process and efficiency improvement.
- Stay current with fundraising trends including, but not limited to, data management software, research methodologies, and stewardship best practices.
- Respond to phone inquiries about gift-giving and share with the appropriate team members as necessary, following up with that team member to ensure a timely response.
- Assist with other duties as assigned by the management.
- Bachelor’s Degree.
- Minimum 5-10 years of relevant fundraising experience, preferably in international development and/or community development.
- Prior donor stewardship and database management experience with a solid understanding of the donor lifecycle.
- Professional credibility, intellectual depth, maturity, and collaborative skills to lead others by influence.
- A positive, can-do attitude with strong self-direction and a desire to take the initiative and ensure excellence.
- Outstanding verbal and written communication skills, including public speaking in English and Korean.
- A clear and confident communication style, which demonstrates institutional knowledge and integrity.
- Strong organizational skills; proven experience in project management.
- Excellent time management skills with the ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously, while paying extreme attention to detail and accuracy.
- Ability to meet deadlines and function effectively in an environment demanding a high-energy level, discretion, flexibility, and superior work.
- Demonstrated ability to research and access information about donors, foundations, corporations and other funding opportunities.
- Ability to handle sensitive information in a confidential manner and to tactfully handle stressful situations, negotiate and resolve conflicts, maintain confidentiality and to respect and observe organizational protocol.
- Sound judgment and strong decision-making ability.
- Computer literacy; ability to use Windows-based software (Word, Excel, PowerPoint) as well as proficiency with CRM systems.
- Some travel and weekend work may be required.
Application deadline: 2020-10-23
Please send your CV and cover letter to email@example.com
Expected start date: 2020-11-01
Full time Salary: $35,000.00-$42,000.00 per year
40 per week
- Company events.
- Work from home.
- Monday to Friday.
- fundraising: 5 years (Preferred).
• Korean and English (Required).