Corporate and Mid-level Donor Manager: Jewish Family and Children’s Service

Posted October 10th, 2018 at 9:36 am.

Job Summary
The Corporate and Mid-level Donor Manager is an integral part of the Community Engagement Team (CET) for identifying, cultivating, and developing corporate and mid-level donors. This individual acts as a steward of donor relationships and donations while interacting with a wide variety of internal and external stakeholders.

Duties and Responsibilities
• Identify, cultivate, develop, and steward corporate and mid-level donors
• Develop strategies to encourage new and increased contributions
• Interacts with donors, event committees, and other stakeholders
• Works with the CET to write gift proposals to prospects
• Works with the CET in creating marketing materials for corporate giving
• Attends community events and meetings to promote JFCS’ organizational goals
• Assists the community engagement team in meeting various event fundraising goals

Required Experience and Skills
• Bachelor’s Degree in Communications, Hospitality, Marketing, Business, Public Relations or related field strongly preferred
• Minimum 3 years of fundraising or sales experience, preferably in a non-profit or corporate environment preferred
• Demonstrated ability to use several types of technology, including PC, tablet, smart phone, and presentation devices
• Demonstrated ability to use several types of software, especially Office 365 applications, Excel and PowerPoint
• Solid understanding of processes and systems required to track donor communication and giving
• Experience managing budgets related to events a must

• Effective communication skills with the ability to present and write for desired effect
• Demonstrated ability to manage time with parallel tasks and priorities
• Demonstrated ability to focus on details while managing parallel tasks and priorities
• Ability to self-start initiatives and work independently
• Ability to collaborate, manage and work as part of a dynamic team of internal and external stakeholders
• Excellent interpersonal and networking skills and the ability to effectively communicate with a wide range of individuals and constituencies in a diverse community
• Strong leadership skills with the ability to be persuasive and influential
• Ability to effectively present information and respond to questions from organizational leaders and donors as well as the general public
• Ability to maintain a high level of poise and professionalism in all circumstances
• Ability to solve practical problems and deal with a variety of concrete variables in situations where only limited standardization exists
• Ability to take primary responsibility for diverse number of projects and to complete them in a timely manner with limited supervision
• Demonstrated good customer service skills

Additional requirements:
• Ability to work some nights and weekend days as required; ability to flex time accordingly.
• Access to transportation with the ability to work out of center city but travel as needed to other JFCS locations and event venues within the Philadelphia region as required. Use of car requires a valid driver’s license.
• All prospective employees must pass a criminal background check and any security clearances required by the department to which the employee is assigned

About Us

Jewish Family and Children’s Service of Greater Philadelphia has a unique and vital mission: to strengthen families and individuals across generations and cultures to achieve stability, independence and community.


We work to fulfill that mission by adhering to the key principles of:

  • Living our Jewish values
  • Serving all people, including the most vulnerable in our community
  • Acting with respect and compassion
  • Embracing diversity and inclusion
  • Being transparent and accountable
  • Emphasizing excellence in everything we do, in order to be a leading and relevant provider of family services


In 1983 the Association for Jewish Children (AJC) and Jewish Family Service (JFS) merged to become today’s Jewish Family and Children’s Service.

AJC can trace its roots to 1855, when Rebecca Gratz founded its predecessor agency, the Jewish Foster Home–the first institution in the country to care for indigent and destitute Jewish children. The Home merged with several Jewish children’s service organizations and the Association for Jewish Children was formed in 1941.

JFS began in 1869 as United Hebrew Charities, and was established to provide food, clothing, fuel, medical attendance and other aid to those in need. By 1920, the agency had evolved from a largely volunteer organization to a professional organization with trained social workers. By 1948, when the agency became Jewish Family Service of Philadelphia, its services included counseling, homemaker services, services for older persons, a volunteer program, and Jewish family life education.

Since both AJC and JFS were serving children and families, the two organizations merged to become JFCS, one comprehensive agency serving individuals, children and seniors through all phases of the life cycle.

Please submit a cover letter with salary requirements along with a current resume to

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