Organisation: Marie Stopes International - US
Position: Director of Donor Relations
Location: Washington DC - USA
Salary: commensurate with experience
Closing date: 23/11/2017 (day/month/year)
Marie Stopes International - US
MSI-US promotes Marie Stopes International’s mission to provide sexual and reproductive healthcare to millions of underserved women around the world. By providing comprehensive reproductive healthcare, MSI gives women an opportunity for better health outcomes and a better future. For more information about MSI-US, please visit our website at www.mariestopes-us.org.
The Director of Donor Relations is responsible for advancing MSI’s mission by crafting, leading and implementing a strategy to cultivate, acquire and steward high net worth individual donors (HNWI) in the United States. In the wake of the Administration’s reinstatement of the Mexico City Policy, this position is crucial to funding MSI programs that protect the health and welfare of millions of women and families worldwideMSI-US seeks an experienced, savvy and talented Director of Donor Relations to create and implement a comprehensive development strategy that attracts and engages HNWI donors and other individual donors to support our mission and achieve our long-range development goals and objectives.
The right candidate will have a proven track record of fundraising leadership and building a major donor program from the ground up with skill, innovative ideas, best practices and energy. The position will be a critical part of a larger U.S. fundraising team pursuing both individual and institutional donors to secure $12 million annually. Based in Washington, D.C., the position reports to the Executive Director, MSI-US, and will be responsible for leading a small U.S.-based team of development staff and coordinating with MSI-US’s communications team and MSI global leadership.
Marie Stopes International-US is an equal opportunity employer. We offer a competitive salary commensurate with experience and excellent employee benefits, including five (5) weeks of paid vacation, employer paid health, dental and vision benefits, 403(b) retirement plan contribution, disability and life insurance, paid sick leave, family leave and a commuter subsidy program. We support a work-life balance and an individual’s desire to learn beyond the experience gained at work through both personal and professional development and growth opportunities.
About the Organization
MSI exists to empower women and men to have children by choice, not chance. We are pro-choice and believe it is a woman’s right to choose if, when, and how many children to have. Qualified candidates for this position will unwaveringly support and embrace our belief and mission. Our dedicated professionals are enthusiastic, empathetic and positive. They thrive in an atmosphere of dynamic challenges in their work, are personally motivated to succeed, and enjoy being part of a global team working to make a difference in women’s lives around the world. Confident, resourceful and action-oriented, our people are focused on delivering high-impact programs in collaboration with our donors to ensure our clients around the world receive the highest quality of services.
MSI-US has engaged S+R Consulting to undertake the search for this critical position. Please send your resume along with a cover letter -- that includes how you heard about the position and your salary history -- to email@example.com. Please use the following subject line: MSI-Director of Donor Relations and [insert your last name].
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