Sacramento LGBT Community Center Jobs

- 9 Jobs
  • Chief Development & External Affairs Officer

    Job Description: POSITION: Chief Development & External Affairs Officer REPORTS TO: Chief Executive Officer STATUS: Exempt, Full-time, Regular COMPENSATION: DOE $130-150,000 annually BENEFITS: Medical, Dental, Vision, and Life Insurance; Employee Assistance Program; and 403(b) retirement plan; Paid Holidays, Sick, and Vacation LOCATION: Sacramento, CA JOB SUMMARY: The Chief Development & External Affairs Officer serves as senior level strategic and visionary development leader for our rapidly growing agency. They are responsible for developing the agency's development and external communication strategy and overseeing all of the private fundraising and external community engagement functions of the agency including annual giving and corporate giving, foundation grants, special events, communications and marketing, volunteer management, and planned giving. The Center's Development Division is responsible for fundraising nearly $2 million to support the Center's many programs and services that are not financially supported by government grants. This position has direct responsibility for donor relationship management, major gifts, stewardship of capital campaign donors, and leadership of a growing staff and volunteer team. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: Design and Lead Development Strategy 1) Develop and implement fundraising plans for the organization in conjunction with the CEO, Board of Directors, and development team. 2) Manage donor stewardship, pledge collection, and communications regarding the Center's Welcome Home capital campaign and planned renovation project. 3) Collaborate with the CFO in creating a Development Division budget with realistic assessments of projected revenue and expenses in alignment with the organization's budget and programmatic needs. 4) Establish performance measures to monitor results and evaluate effectiveness of fundraising efforts and track general trends in philanthropic giving, reporting regularly on progress toward fundraising goals to the CEO and board fundraising committee. 5) Lead the Development Division staff and manage interdepartmental/cross-functional coordination and communication between Development, Finance, and Program teams. 6) Identify and implement strategies that support program and administrative staff members' role in donor engagement and stewardship. 7) Support the Board of Directors' fundraising committee and provide leadership to committees in pursuit of private gifts. 8) Participate as a member of the Senior Leadership Team in the planning and strategic decision-making process for the agency; lead departmental staff meetings. Relationship Management and Donor Stewardship 1) Work in close partnership with the CEO, members of the Board of Directors, and volunteers to identify and cultivate prospective donors to the organization. 2) Identify, qualify, cultivate, solicit, and steward a portfolio of new major gift donors, defined as those giving $1200 or more annually. 3) Prepare written development--and/or oversee the development of--materials, including briefing memos to support the CEO's engagement with donors, appeal letters, and other donor communications; and select funding proposals/applications and reports. 4) Conduct monthly engagement actions with donors and prospects, including in-person visits and tours, events, calls, direct ask meetings. 5) Supervise the Annual and Corporate Giving Manager, working in partnership to develop and implement a strategy to attract and engage new donors of new and varying profiles using a community-centered fundraising approach. 6) Increase the overall giving of existing donors, with heavy emphasis on steward current donors into greater affinity and higher levels of support. 7) Oversee stewardship efforts to ensure that donors are well-informed, acknowledged, and appreciated in meaningful and timely ways. 8) Strengthen the planned giving program including prospect identification, cultivation events, and recognition activities. Effective Development Team Leadership and Operations 1) Build and provide inspirational leadership for a best-in-class performing development team with a high level of trust, professionalism, and dedication. 2) Develop and manage Development Division budgets to achieve and exceed annual fundraising targets, ensuring the highest return on fundraising cost investments. 3) Select, evaluate, and support the continuous learning and professional development of Development Division staff; manage consultants as needed. 4) Increase the effectiveness and productivity of the team by serving as a coach and mentor, promote diversity and inclusion, and motivate team members with energy and passion. 5) Ensure clear expectations with the team while establishing efficient and best practice systems, processes, and structures. 6) Oversee management of all Development Division activities including major gifts, annual individual and corporate giving, foundation and philanthropic grants, special events including Sacramento Pride, marke
    $130k-150k yearly8d ago
  • On-Call Housing Advocate

    The On-Call Housing Advocate would support the implementation of structured group programming, crisis intervention, and employment/academic readiness services. Job DescriptionPOSITION: On-Call Housing Advocate REPORTS TO: Director of Housing Services STATUS: Part-time, Non-exempt COMPENSATION: $20 per hour BENEFITS: Employee Assistance Program; Paid Sick Time LOCATION: Sacramento, Ca - Short-Term Transitional Emergency Program (STEP) JOB SUMMARY: The On-Call Housing Advocate is responsible for supporting the implementation of daily programming within the housing continuum. The On-Call Housing Advocate reports to the Director of Housing Services and works in partnership with other programming staff and community members of diverse backgrounds.
    $20 hourly10d ago
  • Chief Financial Officer

    * Design and manage revenue tracking and cash receipt systems for all Center events including Sacramento Pride.
    $125k-150k yearly13d ago
  • Director of Housing Services

    RELATIONSHIP MANAGEMENT: * Assist in maintaining communication and relationships with youth housing organizations, including the Homeless Youth Task Force, Sacramento Steps Forward, and leaders throughout the Sacramento region and represent the Center in collaborative partnership networks.
    $70k yearly14d ago
  • Chief Financial Officer

    LOCATION: Sacramento, CA (not eligible for full-time remote) Design and manage revenue tracking and cash receipt systems for all Center events including Sacramento Pride.
    $125k-150k yearly14d ago
  • Deputy Chief Program Officer

    * Collaborate with key leaders and staff, and building upon established work, develop an overall, unifying vision for employing LGBTQIA+ people in the greater Sacramento area. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS : * Provide support to the Center and Chief Program Officer (CPO); serving as the direct back-up to the CPO. This position reports to the Chief Program Officer and works in partnership with program staff, volunteers, stakeholders, as well as directly with community members.
    $75k-85k yearly26d ago
  • Youth Outreach Coordinator

    The Youth Outreach Coordinator will attend outreach opportunities, community meetings, events, and direct the Queer Voices performance troupe to better reach underserved LGBTQ youth. Job DescriptionPOSITION: Youth Outreach Coordinator REPORTS TO: Director of Youth, Family, and Adult Programs STATUS: Full-Time; Non-Exempt COMPENSATION: $21-22 per hour BENEFITS: Medical, Dental, Vision, and Life Insurance; Employee Assistance Program; 403(b) Retirement Plan; Paid Holidays, Sick, and Vacation LOCATION: Sacramento, CA JOB SUMMARY: The Youth Outreach Coordinator is responsible for the overall outreach strategy for Youth Programs.
    $21-22 hourly31d ago
  • Annual & Corporate Giving Development Manager (Fundraising)

    This position will require travel throughout the Sacramento region and occasionally throughout California.
    $65k-75k yearly38d ago
  • Lead Accounts Receivable & Customer Credit Management - Rocklin, CA

    The Lead Accounts Receivable & Customer Credit Management position is responsible for assessing the credit risk of potential and existing clients as well as establishing their current credit limit.
    $56k-78k yearly est.18d ago

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