BE PART OF OUR TEAM
At Aloha United Way, we are determined to build a better, more connected community for all. We work efficiently and collaboratively to develop effective solutions to our communities most pressing issues. We believe that each of us has the ability to create significant change in our community and that we have the ability to inspire others to do so as well.
Our team is the heart and soul of our company and every experience that we provide to our donors, our partner agencies and our community. Employees are empowered and encouraged to think creatively and outside of the box in all that we do to make a positive impact. We are a place that is continually evolving and where motivated, passionate and caring employee’s thrive. Our culture embraces people’s diverse perspectives and creates a positive environment where everyone belongs.
If you’re seeking a work environment that values your passion, new perspectives and a desire to make a positive impact in our community, and looking for a place that encourages big thinkers and fresh ideas, then you’re someone we want. Interested candidates should submit a resume along with a detailed cover letter highlighting their qualifications and salary requirement to email@example.com.
Business Development Manager, Fundraising and Major Gifts
- Solicits individual and corporate investments on behalf of Aloha United Way through year-round management of an account portfolio. Manages at least three industry nodes for the annual fundraising campaign.
- Articulates the mission and vision of Aloha United Way and community impact work to diverse companies and community audiences through group presentations and individual meetings. Represents AUW at rallies, presentations, events and more.
- Delivers exceptional customer service by responding to donor questions and resolving issues in a timely, efficient and courteous manner.
- Assists with the recruitment, training and support of campaign coordinators and loaned executives for accounts and F&MG department as needed.
- Tracks account progress and provides reports both written and oral for account portfolio on a regular basis. Forecasts revenue projections and monitors progress of accounts throughout the workplace campaign. Collects data on the campaign, evaluates results, and proposes recommendations. Reports results and efficiently reconciles projections and actual pledges processed.
- Develops new or enhanced business partnerships through research, networking and other opportunities for additional revenue and alignment with AUW, such as corporate matching and grants.
- Develops and maintains workplace campaign relationships and campaign goals with appropriate staff, campaign coordinators and volunteers.
- Collects data on past campaign results and evaluates ways to increase campaign contributions.
- Collaborates across all departments to provide highest level of support with campaign initiatives and activities.
- Works closely with Campaign chairs and various business groups (Attorneys, Realtors, Physicians, Union offices, etc.), cultivating and maintaining those relationships and help produce any solicitation materials (realtor mailing) as needed with appropriate staff.
- Works with the VP of Fundraising and Major Gifts to execute the fundraising plan encompassing department goals and objectives. Programs include donor recognition, maximizing leadership giving, retiree solicitation, top 100 accounts, and others as assigned.
- Helps recruit, train and direct the Loaned Executives that provide account support so they can successfully assist with account management.
- Evaluates and maintains F&MG materials utilized to execute plans and methods. (i.e., Master Calendar, Coordinator Toolkit, pledge forms, etc.) In addition, coordinates with other departments to support update and completion of projects, events or programs as needed, such as marketing materials, website, social media and more.
- Helps train companies’ campaign coordinators in the use of the online pledging software as needed.
- Implements Andar best practices when utilizing the system to maximize efficiency.
- Explores and provides recommendations on additional revenue opportunities.
- During campaign season, supervises Loaned Executives in daily tasks.
- Supports a positive team environment through active participation in team-related activities.
- May attend special events.
- Performs other duties as assigned.
- Working Conditions: AUW’s office environment requires the ability to effectively plan and meet short deadlines and changing conditions. Strong staff collaboration in work assignments is a standard at AUW. Use of own car to attend meetings with volunteers and organizations off location.
- Equipment Use: Frequent use of personal computer with printer, automated phone system with phone messaging, filing cabinets, and other office supplies/equipment. Occasional use of copy machine, FAX machine, and hand truck.
- Daily/Hours of Work: Monday - Friday 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. May require additional hours will be required on and as-needed basis, including early morning meetings.
- Operational Demands: Duties require planning, analyzing and performing a variety of activities by applying a wide range of procedures and rules. Duties require attention to detail, accuracy, reliability, alertness and use of judgment. Reading comprehension needed for keeping abreast on community affairs and industry trends. Also requires writing ability, creativity and concentration. Mathematical ability required for statistical reports and setting campaign goals. Works with confidential data where disclosure may adversely affect the organization. Must possess a solid sense of confidentiality and discretion.
- Physical Demands: Frequent to continuous sitting. Able to reach, stoop and lift minimum 25 lbs when accessing materials from storage and transporting. Frequent handling and filing and retrieve information via files and computer. Must be able to visually check for completion and accuracy, and to retrieve and transmit information.
- Communication Demands: Requires extensive communication with staff, between AUW departments, and with AUW clients, vendors and contractors, Excellent communication skills including writing, speaking, editing and proofreading. Frequent communication with individuals/organizations at all levels outside AUW supplying or seeking information and materials. Frequent composition of appropriate written materials. Able to speak in public and present information when training. Requires the use of courtesy, tact and discretion to obtain cooperation.
- Skills/Knowledge: Knowledge of the principles, practices and trends in fundraising preferred. Knowledge of supervisory practices and techniques desirable. Working knowledge of personal computers. Experience with PC and fundraising or database software and Microsoft Office. Ability to perform varied assignments with initiative and judgment. Able to work with considerable independence as well as the ability to actively contribute as a team member. Also able to conduct research, analysis and prepare numerical and written reports and make recommendations for the campaign. Must have good communication and interpersonal skills and ability to communicate both orally and in writing. Also able to work on concurrent assignments and meet deadlines. Able to perform physical work which includes lifting, moving and carrying items.
- Education/Experience: Graduation from an accredited college or university with a major in business administration, public administration or communications preferred. Minimum of three (3) years of increasingly responsible experience in fundraising, campaign planning, management, marketing and communication. At least one (1) year in a management or supervisory capacity, or any combination of education and experience, that would provide the knowledge, skills and abilities to perform the essential duties of this position. Experience in a medium-sized or non-profit organization and previous working experience in a team environment preferred.
- Other Requirements: A valid driver's license and vehicle are required
Associate, Community Impact
Under the general direction of the Director of Community Impact (CI), associate is responsible for coordinating CI’s portion of the donor choice process, administering the e-CImpact grants management database system, and assisting in the implementation of Community Impact initiatives and investments.
- Assists in the formulation of operating policies and procedures for the Community Impact Department, including gathering, analyzing and presenting information on impact funding operations. Assists in the planning and organizing of the Department’s systems, processes, and programs.
- Organizes, prepares, attends, facilitates, and reports on meetings as required.
- Communicates information to volunteers, agencies, donors, and colleagues.
- Provides training and orientation for various constituencies.
- Compiles program performance and financial documents from appropriate databases as required, applying analytical skills where pertinent.
- Organizes and maintains the CI shared drive and partner agency page on the AUW website.
- Assists with planning, organizing, coordinating and directing donor choice and impact funding programs using the e-CImpact data system to gather and report as needed.
- Works with the IT Associate in administering the e-CImpact database and communicates with the system developer to facilitate new uses and possible enhancements.
- Coordinates the impact funding process to include the application, scoring, review, reporting and funding distribution using the e-CImpact system. This may include standard impact funding, Board-directed investments, and strategic investment funds.
- Administers the annual Donor Choice eligibility application process; coordinates the publication of the Donor Choice Designation Number list; works with Finance, IT, and Fundraising and Major Gifts to provide special handling of donations as required; and processes Donor Choice write-ins.
- Administers the annual gathering of agency program delivery statistics for publication on the AUW website. Administers the three year management survey of participating agencies.
- Assists with training and coordination of Speakers Bureau program.
- Assists in the formulation of operating policies and program guidance taking into consideration the needs and available services of the community.
- Gathers, researches, and analyzes data pertinent to the Community Impact efforts.
- Updates and maintains Community Impact Volunteer roster list on an ongoing basis.
- Establishes and maintains stakeholder and community relations.
- Communicates information with volunteers, agencies, donors and colleagues.
- Oversees the work flow of volunteers, self and co-workers as required by varying activities.
- Archiving information and purging records as required and in accordance with the agency’s established document retention and destruction practices.
- Primary backup for CFC/Volunteer Management process.
- Performs other duties as assigned.
Education/Experience: Graduation from an accredited college or university is preferred. A minimum of two (2) years responsible experience in a social agency or related human services; or five (5) years of administrative experience or any combination of education and experience which provides the knowledge, skills, and abilities to perform the major duties of this position. A basic understanding of nonprofit operations is preferred. Previous working experience in a team environment preferred.
Skills/Knowledge: Ability to operate with diverse organizations in a neutral, non-judgmental way. Comfortable interacting with stakeholders at all levels of an organization. Experience with PC software to include the Microsoft office suite of applications. Intermediate skills in EXCEL are desirable. Knowledge of the ANDAR, e-CImpact or similar browser-based grants management database systems desirable. Ability to work independently as well as the ability to actively contribute as a team member.
Other Requirements: Access to independent transportation may be required on occasion.
Work Schedule: Monday - Friday 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Additional hours may be required on an as-needed basis.
Medical, Vision, Dental, Prescription drug & Flex Spending benefits
Group Life & Long-Term Care insurances
Short-term & Long-term disability benefits
401(k) Retirement Plan
Employee Assistance Program
Paid Time Off (PTO) Plans -vacation, sick & holidays
Civic Duty and Military Leaves
Parking or Bus Pass
Business Perks & Discounts
Tuition Discounts at accredited universities