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Director of Fundraising

Toronto People with AIDS Foundation

This is a Full-time position in Toronto, ON posted September 19, 2019.

 You’re an experienced fundraising professional, looking for an opportunity to make an impact and act on your passion for social justice.You’re looking to bring your talents to an organization where you can be your most authentic self and be passionate about an important cause.We have just the opportunity for you.We’re the Toronto People With AIDS Foundation (PWA), ( a non-profit organization, providing support to people living with HIV/AIDS. Our mission is to engage people living with HIV/AIDS by enhancing their health and well-being through practical and therapeutic support services and broader social change. Employees and volunteers (both of whom may be clients), inspire them to live their dreams and discoveries and make meaningful contributions to the governance and operations of PWA.We’re looking for an experienced and passionate Director of Fundraising to join our team of changemakers and we hope that search ends with you.Director of Fundraising:As our new Director of Fundraising your efforts will be focused on 3 main pillars – fundraising/philanthropy, talent development, and communications.1. Fundraising/philanthropy– You’ll oversee donor relations by leveraging your experience in individual giving, major gifts, events, corporate sponsorship, bequest programs and stewardship plans to facilitate fundraising and philanthropy efforts with an overarching goal of bringing in $2 million plus in donations per year.2. Talent Development — You’ll manage our fundraising team of 3-4 people, setting and measuring goals, conducting performance reviews, crafting talent development plans and coaching each team member. You will lead by example, supporting and engaging staff and volunteers through all fundraising initiatives.3. Communications — You’ll set and support communication strategies for your team including building specific, measurable campaigns and appeals to donors and corporate partners, advise all employees in communicating to clients, volunteers, allies, media agencies and service providers, and draft communications and media.Here’s how you’ll do this:* Work with current donors, research prospective donors and design programs and events to create new and sustainable fundraising programs* Oversee our largest fundraising initiative, PWA’s Friends for Life Bike Rally (* Integrate all donor strategies with digital platforms including social media, email, phone, etc. to build and steward relationships with donors* Oversee/participate in annual appeals, events, stewardship, grant writing and communications* Measure campaign results including ROI, average gift and campaign test* Prepare and adhere to budgets, taking part in financial analysis and participating in development-related year-end reportingYou’ll be a great fit for this role if you are:* An agile strategist – you’re passionate about strategic collaboration and shared success. You’re analytical and set clear performance goals. You’re also flexible and adapt to changing circumstances.* An excellent communicator – you know what it means to act as an ambassador for an organization and you love speaking and networking on its behalf. You get your verbal and written messages across clearly and effectively no matter who your audience is.* A leader – you have the confidence to make decisions, lead by example and have the humility to listen to those who offer different skill sets. You love to lead, support and engage staff by working collaboratively with them.You can report to a Board on key development department metrics, and you’re knowledgeable of the fundraising landscape and regulatory framework. If this sounds like you and you’re ready to play a leadership role in an organization at an exciting time of growth, we can’t wait to hear from you.Working with PWA:This is a full-time, permanent position, working from our Toronto office at Gerrard Street and Sherbourne Street. You’ll work from Monday to Friday during our business hours with some flexibility for evening meetings or events as needed. You’ll earn a competitive annual salary, 5 weeks of paid vacation, health benefits and 18 sick days per year.Ours is an environment focused on respect and healing, not only for our clients but for our staff too. We have a close-knit team who are passionate about our cause and support and learn from one another. We exist to make sure no one in Toronto living with HIV/AIDS ever feels alone or unsupported, to reduce the stigma and we’re rooted in the principles of social justice. We are making an impact like never before and are looking for the right person to join our team.Qualifications:* 5 + years of experience as a fundraising professional or in donor relations with experience in individual giving, major gifts, corporate sponsorship, events and other giving programs* Experience as a Director or senior leader of a team, developing talent through people management and human resources practices* Expert knowledge of fundraising database platforms (e.g., GiftWorks) and MS Office (e.g., Excel, Outlook, etc.)* Experience generating donor engagement and converting that interest into concrete financial targets* Experience working with diverse and marginalized groups  (e.g., LGBTQ2SIA+ community, racialized people)* Post-secondary degree or diploma in business, communications, marketing, English or other related field* CFRE (Certified Fundraising Executive) designation is an assetHow to Apply:Our confidential online application will give you the option to apply to this role as a complete person – not just a resume. The application will assess your qualifications, personality traits and workplace preferences and should take 10 to 15 minutes to complete. After submitting, you’ll receive an email inviting you to log in and view your assessment results.We strive to build a team that reflects the diversity of the community we work in and encourage applications from traditionally underrepresented communities such as people living with HIV/AIDS, women, racialized people, Indigenous peoples, people identifying as LGBTQ2SIA+, veterans and people with disabilities. Therefore, if we can make your application easier through accommodation in the recruitment process, please contact us using the “Help” button.We will review applications, with priority given to those who have completed the assessment and look forward to hearing from you.