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Senior Director of Fund Development

Company: Treasure Valley Family YMCA
Date Posted: February 15, 2018

Senior Director of Fund Development – Treasure Valley Family YMCA

The Y is committed to strengthening communities. Every day, we work side by side with our neighbors to make sure that everyone, regardless of age, income, or background, has the opportunity to have the Y experience. We strengthen the foundations of community by developing successful youth, engaging people in healthy living, and instilling a commitment to social responsibility.

The Treasure Valley YMCA is currently $21 million operation serving more than 57,000 members with four facility branches, a 400+ acre resident camp, 21 childcare locations, and youth programs offered at over 100 locations throughout the community. More than 3000 donors gave to our 2017 Annual Campaign, supporting our ability to give more than $2.7 million in financial assistance and subsidy last year.

The Senior Director of Fund Development takes a primary role in positioning the YMCA as a “charity of choice” for the investment of philanthropic contributions within the local community as well as funding from national funding sources.  This position provides strategic leadership and supervises support staff in fund development to advance the YMCA’s mission through annual giving (sustaining) campaigns, grants, sponsorships, endowment bequests/gifts, and capital campaigns.  The Senior Director works closely with the executive leadership team and operations staff to guide successful branch and association-wide fundraising efforts. 

Successful candidate will have a passion for the YMCA’s mission and the ability to effectively articulate the importance and impact of its work.

Bachelor’s degree in development, business, or related field required. 3-5 years of full-time professional financial development experience, including annual sustaining campaigns, preferably in a YMCA or other nonprofit agency required. Demonstrated proficiency in planning, time management, flexibility, organization, independent work, project management, team leadership, and presenting to individuals and groups required.  Strong understanding and proven history of discretion with sensitive information required. Experience with capital campaigns, planned giving (endowment and other estate gifts),  and event planning preferred. Must meet YMCA transportation guidelines. 

Must have ability to remain in a stationary position 75% of the time.  Must be able to visit all Association facilities and locations when necessary.  Must be able to move about inside the office to access file cabinets, office machinery, etc. Must be aware of and able to detect/observe safety practices are followed.