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Resource and Development Officer

Jun 20, 2024 | Job Postings

Reporting to the Interim Executive Director, the Relationship & Development Officer will develop, grow, and strengthen individual donor and corporate relationships. This individual will serve as primary coordinator for several fundraising campaigns at Central New Brunswick workplaces and support overall business development and fundraising efforts at United Way Central New Brunswick. In this role, you will:

Lead and manage corporate and public sector fundraising campaigns and build strong, mutually beneficial relationships with key partners, campaigns, and individuals, and provide exceptional support to ensure campaign success.

Create and action annual plans to secure year-round support and engagement with United Way.

Work cross-departmentally with United Way colleagues to provide appropriate support and value to partners, donors, and volunteers.

Maintain accurate and detailed records to track campaign success and business activity, and complete regular local, regional, and national reporting.

Plan and host regular volunteer training sessions virtually and in-person for executive campaign coordinators and other campaign volunteers.

Actively contribute to growing the number of corporate and individual gifts to United Way by pursuing new business development opportunities, thinking creatively, and engaging proactively.

Our ideal candidate is self-directed, diligent, efficient, and an effective and creative problem-solver. As a team-player, they bring energy and strong relationship building skills to this role to achieve fundraising results and generate impact in our community. They embrace change and are excited to learn, grow, and make a difference every day.

Ideal experience, skills and competencies include at least two to three years of progressive fundraising, business development, professional sales, or relationship-focused work experience along with a keen attention to detail and extensive experience working with Microsoft Office applications. Written and spoken French is considered an asset.

United Way Central NB is committed to a comprehensive compensation package including salary, pension contribution, health and dental benefits, generous vacation time, professional development and training, and flexible work hours and location. The salary range for this position starts at $49,300 per year.

If this sounds like you, let us know by sharing your resume and cover letter outlining why you could be the right fit for United Way Central NB and this role. Submit your application with subject line Relationship and Development Officer to by June 27, 2024 (at 11:59pm AST).

United Way Central NB deeply values equity and is committed to ensuring our staff community reflects the diversity of the wider community. We welcome applications from Indigenous peoples, racialized people, women, persons with disabilities, persons of varied sexual and gender identities, and others with the skills and knowledge to productively engage with diverse communities. United Way seeks to maintain its commitment to inclusion and equity and recognizes that increasing the diversity of our staff supports this objective.

During the recruitment process, applicants have the right to request an accommodation. Applicants invited to participate in an assessment process (such as an interview or testing) and who require accommodation should discuss their needs in advance of the assessment.
CompanyUnited Way of Central NB
Contact PersonPeter Cullen
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