Maine Public is looking for a full-time fundraiser with an entrepreneurial style to join our Leadership Giving team!
In support of philanthropic giving, Capital Campaign Officers are responsible for identifying, cultivating, soliciting, and stewarding a portfolio of current and potential donors capable of making leadership or planned gifts supporting Maine Public’s annual, strategic giving and campaign initiatives. Capital Campaign Officers work collaboratively with the Leadership Giving team to create and implement gift strategies with their donor portfolio using best practices associated with moves management models. Through personal contacts, phone calls, e-mail, and letter correspondence, these roles maintain excellent donor relations with an active pipeline of donors and prospects. The successful candidate must thrive in a professional and dynamic environment, work well both as a team and independently, and demonstrate a commitment to the mission-driven values of public media.
Job Requirements: Bachelor’s degree with a minimum of three to five years’ experience in successful non-profit fundraising or commensurate experience building external relationships is required. Excellent written and verbal communication skills are critical. Knowledge of Maine and national funders, including funders with a particular interest in public broadcasting is preferred. A valid driver’s license and regular travel is required. Hours vary as necessary for special events and fundraising activities; will include evenings and weekends.
Maine Public offers a competitive salary plus a comprehensive benefits package including healthcare, retirement, paid time off, dental, vision, and other supplemental benefits.
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Maine Public Broadcasting is a state-wide independent public media resource, including PBS, NPR, BBC, and others, with a broad reach across Maine, into New Hampshire, Massachusetts, and most of New Brunswick, Canada. Through its radio, television, educational, and Web services, Maine Public provides ideas, information and lifelong learning to a diverse public. The majority of these services are available to everyone at no charge. Hundreds of thousands of people find value in Maine Public’s services every day.
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