Senior Development Manager, Boston
Start Date: March 2020
Job Location: Boston, MA
Peer Health Exchange (PHE) is a national non-profit organization that empowers young people with the knowledge, skills, and resources to make healthy decisions. We do this by training college students to teach a robust skills-based health curriculum in under-resourced high schools across the country. Since our founding in 2003, we have trained more than 8,500 college student volunteers to deliver effective health education to over 115,000 public high school students in Boston, Chicago, Los Angeles, New York City, the San Francisco Bay Area, and Washington, DC. In 2016, PHE launched a five-year strategic plan focused on growing our effective model while partnering with health and education systems, as well as communities to build a more integrated, sustainable model for health education. You will be joining an incredibly passionate, collaborative, and committed team working together towards our vision of advancing health equity.
As the Senior Development Manager, Boston you work closely with the Executive Director, Boston in meeting the revenue needs of the PHE Boston site (annual budget of ~$700K) through individual and institutional fundraising, researching and writing compelling proposals, executing external communication strategies, planning engaging events, and overseeing data and knowledge management systems. The position will also work closely with the Program Director, Boston; Boston Alumni Board; and Boston Board of Directors.
Do you aspire to show up for young people and your community each day? Are you a bold thinker and inclusive collaborator? Does authentic communication and honest feedback help you continuously learn and grow? Do you find the joy in both the journey and the results?
Yes? Here’s what you should know:
This is a full-time, salaried position located in our Boston, MA office.
Here’s what you will do as part of our team:
60% - Pipeline Development and Donor Management
- Partner with the Executive Director in creating and managing a comprehensive strategy to grow individual giving, improve donor retention, and upgrade giving
- Develop and build a giving portfolio of foundations and corporations by conducting research to identify prospective donors and preparing compelling letters of inquiry, grant proposals and reports
- Support in the management of donors including preparing team members for donor meetings, setting up and scheduling workshop visits, and implementing a robust communication strategy
- Manage a portfolio of lower-capacity donors ($5K and under) and interface with external stakeholders as needed
20% - External Affairs & Board Management
Develop, plan, and execute on events, media strategies, outreach, and communication in order to increase PHE’s visibility in the greater Boston area
Collaborate on the development of materials (e.g., local newsletters) and reports to keep donors engaged in events, programs or projects they have helped fund
Support the Executive Director in managing the Boston Board of Directors and leveraging their personal networks in service of local fundraising needs
Recruit, oversee, and manage the local Alumni Council
20% - Reporting, Systems, and Data Management
Oversee and strengthen local data and knowledge management systems for prospecting, research, pipeline development, stewardship, and follow up
Maintain and update dashboards; create and maintain reports that monitor progress against goals, fundraising targets, and upcoming deadlines
Prepare fundraising reports for the Boston Board of Directors and support overall board material packet creation for local board meetings
What you’ll bring to the table:
3-5 years of fundraising experience in a nonprofit development/fundraising support capacity with demonstrated experience successfully receiving grant funding
Understanding of development practices including a working knowledge of donor relations and fundraising events
Strong verbal communication and interpersonal skills
Excellent writing, editing, and organizational skills
Strong passion for PHE’s vision for health equity; mission to empower young people with the knowledge, skills, and resources to make healthy decisions; and strong alignment with PHE’s core values of Health, Equity, Agency, Communication and Impact
Experience with prospect and donor management in Salesforce
Your turn! We’d like to learn about you.
At Peer Health Exchange, we celebrate difference and are committed to providing equitable opportunities, addressing the effects of power and privilege. PHE is proud to be an equal employment opportunity workplace. We are committed to equal employment opportunity regardless of race, color, ancestry, religion, gender, gender identity, national origin, sexual orientation, age, citizenship, marital status, physical disability, veteran status or length of time spent unemployed. We want to empower people to change lives!
Note: Peer Health Exchange reserves the right to add additional duties, as needed. All Peer Health Exchange employees are encouraged to be flexible and responsive to changes in scope of duties.