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Donor Relations Foundation Associate

Company: Seacrest Village Retirement Communities
Location: Encinitas
Posted on: August 4, 2022

Job Description:


Job Details
Level: Experienced
Job Location: Corporate -Encinitas - Encinitas, CA
Position Type: FT/Exempt
Education Level: 4 Year Degree
Salary Range: Undisclosed
Travel Percentage: None
Job Shift: AM Shift

Foundation Associate (Fundraising)-FT/ExemptWE ARE ABOUT PASSION.PEOPLE.PURPOSE. WE ARE SEACREST VILLAGE RETIREMENT COMMUNITIES
Dear Applicant:Seacrest Village Retirement Communities isa not-for-profit 501c senior housing organization. No matter what your job/position is at Seacrest Village, you share with all the people here, one principle function - to ensure our residents receive the best care and service ---The one thing you will always be held accountable for is the exercise of your best judgment. If you enjoy working with and/or around seniors, and associates who work as a team in every sense of the word, then you deserve to work for an employer like Seacrest Village Retirement Communities and serve the Foundation Office. Best of luck in your search!
I. BASIC PURPOSE OF POSITION:
Seacrest Foundation raises the funds needed so that Seacrest Village and Seacrest at Home can provide charitable care to those frail and elderly members of our community who have nowhere else to turn for help. The fundamental purpose of this position is to be involved in all tasks associated with raising funds for Seacrest Foundation. The position has direct involvement with, and provides support for, the Chief Foundation Officer in all aspects of a Capital/Legacy Campaign. Position is responsible for all donor management with regard to entering gifts into a data base as well as all written acknowledgments. Position requires strong database skills and is responsible for reporting, comparisons, donors listings, contribution histories, etc. Position will also assist with the daily operation of some special events for Seacrest Foundation. This position will create, manage and enhance current donor programs (Tribute Cards, Yahrzeit (Remembrance) Plaques, etc.) while helping to create newdonor programs. Manage existing and create new donor recognition signage campus-wide at Seacrest Village Encinitas and Rancho Bernardo. Coordinate Seacrest Foundation board meetings, responsible for board meeting agendas and minutes. Manage all aspects of board governance, bylaws, amendments, etc. Research and apply for grants. Provide executive support to the Chief Foundation Officer.
II.CUSTOMER/CLIENTS SERVED BY POSITION:
Chief Foundation Officer,Director of Philanthropy, Foundation Events Manager, Seacrest Village President/CEO, Seacrest FoundationBoard members, committee members, and contributors.
III.OUTCOME WHEN JOB IS DONE WELL:
An organized, detail-oriented Foundation Associate who meets deadlines and is confident that donor related tasks are professionally planned and thoroughly carried out. All donor recognition signage/programs are perfectly quality controlled and impeccably maintained. Other programs such as the Viterbi Children's Tile Wall, The Legacyof Promise, Family Member Programs, Major Donor Dinners and a Speaker's Series will be created and effectively managed by the SeacrestFoundation Office. The primary focus will be supporting the Chief Foundation Officer in an effort to raise necessary funds for any and all campaigns.
IV.EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS:
Minimum of B.A. degree or5years of experience in lieu of formal education.
V.EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS:
Minimum five (5) years proven work experience in non-profitmanagement/fundraising, office management, executive assistance. Proven successfulworking relationshipswith lay leaders.
VI.SPECIAL SKILLS, LICENSES, CERTIFICATION AND /OR SPECIAL TRAINING REQUIREMENTS:
Current class C driver license. Excellent interpersonal working skills with various age groups. Leadership, organizational and managerial skills. Excellent editing and copywriting skills. Knowledge of pre-press production and printing. Excellent budgetary skills. Must be completely proficient in Microsoft Office and comfortable working with databases (merging, importing/exporting, pulling data reports). Confidentiality imperative when related to gifts or contributionsto Seacrest Foundation. Must be able to pass pre-employment TB exam and physical and be able to obtain fingerprint clearance per our licensure for Title 22.
VII. ESSENTIAL JOB DUTIES THAT MUST BE SAFELY PERFORMED WITH OR WITHOUT REASONABLE ACCOMMODATION WITHOUT POSING A DIRECT THREAT TO OTHER EMPLOYEES, RESIDENTS AND STAFF:
WORK PERFORMANCE - job knowledge, quality, productivity, planning, creativity, initiative

  • Assist with the operation of all fundraising activities and special events forSeacrest Foundation, and all affiliated entities from concept to end. Manage Seacrest Foundation Board Correspondence, Children's Tile Wall, Tributes, and any other assigned programs that may be developed. Assist the Chief Foundation Officer with capital/endowment campaign management. Oversee all donor recognition signage for the various programs.
  • Obtain and negotiate vendor contracts, as necessary, though they must be approved by the Chief Foundation Officer.
  • Actively pursue the continued growth of the donor base held by Seacrest Foundation.
  • Work in a cooperative manner to maintain a positive relationship with other Jewish and secular organizations.
  • Assist withand proofread the writing of brochures, letters and other fundraising materials for Seacrest Foundation.
  • Manage all donor entry into the Donor Perfect Data Base and donor acknowledgements.
  • Coordinate allSeacrest Foundation Board, Foundation teammeetings and quarterly retreats.
  • Coordinate and maintain allcommittees of the Seacrest Foundation Board.
  • Monthly budget and credit card reconciliation.
  • Maintain "Policy and Procedure" Manual.
  • Recognize donors on occasions such as Birthdays and Anniversaries(and other appropriate times)
  • Rosh Hashanah Mailing
  • New Donor Packet and Correspondence

    FACTORS AFFECTING WORK PERFORMANCE - Attendance, dependability, achievement, interpersonal skills

  • Make time to have fun at work, laugh, breathe and smell the roses.
  • Regular, punctual attendance. Flexibility in schedule as it may include some weekends, evenings and holidays.
  • Additional duties as assigned by supervisor and completed with minimal direction.
  • Attend department staff and "All" employee staff meetings when time permits.
  • Timely completion of work assignments
  • Be a team player and able to get along well with co-workers and other departments.
  • Create and maintain a positive work environment based on individual respect, responsibility, personal and
    professional growth

    MISSION, VISION, POLICY AND REGULATIONS- SV Philosophy, judgment, adherence to policy, and regulatory.

  • Represent SeacrestFoundationin a professional and positive manner within and outside the community; appearance and attitude. Wear appropriate clothing and name badge per policy.
  • Mission - Familiarize self and staff with Seacrest Foundation policies andprocedures and same with the Jewish tradition as observed by ourcontributors, residents, family and guests.
  • Fire/Disaster, Safety and Workers Compensation - Promote a safe environment within the facility which includes fire and accident prevention, maintenance of sanitary conditions and assurance that you understand your role in the event of a disaster or other disruption of services. Observes safety regs; wear and use appropriate equipment, reports all work injury incidents immediately to supervisor/HR and completes paperwork; provides work injury solutions for future prevention.
  • As a matter of SV policy and federal and state law; attends HIPAA training, follows HIPAA confidentiality and privacy policy, applies "minimum necessary", "needs to know" guidelines on all PHI information and reports non-compliance violations to Privacy Officer.
  • As a mandated reporter per DOJ requirements; attends Mandated Reporter Abuse training meetings, Will report all abuse incidents; physical, emotional, financial, sexual, verbal, completing the 1) SOC 341form, mailing or faxing, 2) calling the ombudsmen and/or department of health services; for Assisted Living and Independent Living, call ombudsmen, and APS (adult protective services), and 3) informing supervisor so resident can be protected.
  • Follow the corporate compliance standard and employee code of conduct, of performing work with an ethical behavior and utilizing proper business conduct and professional practice, that complies with applicable laws, rules and regulations; as serving the residents, preserving the organizational reputation, maintaining resident/employee trust, community respect. Reports non-compliance or concerns to Corporate Compliance Officer.

    VIII.NON-ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:

  • Run errands on behalf of the department, 2. Handle routine departmental inquires and correspondence.

    IX.EQUIPMENT REQUIRED IN THE PERFORMANCE OF ESSENTIAL JOB DUTIES:

  • Computer, Copier, Fax, printer, telephone.

    X.PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:
    Requires ability to sit at desk for several hours at a time. Constant use of hands for tasks including but not limited to inputting data on the computer, filing documents, and writing notes, etc. Requires viewing of computer monitor. Excellent vision and hearing. Able to lift up to and move unassisted, 25 lbs.

Keywords: Seacrest Village Retirement Communities, Encinitas , Donor Relations Foundation Associate, Other , Encinitas, California

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