Donor Liaison, Leadership Gift

The Church Of Jesus Christ Latter-Day Saints Salt Lake City , UT 84101

Posted 3 months ago

Posting Info

Posting Dates: 07/08/2019 - 07/30/2019

Job Family: Public Relation&Philanthropies

Department: LDS Philanthropies Department

Purposes

This job exists to provide exceptional customer relationship management, stewardship and support for those who choose to make a leadership level contribution ($1k-$25k) and invite a personal relationship. The Donor Liaison, Leadership Gifts role is an early stage donor relationship development role that supports the mission of the Church by assisting individuals in their quest to use their personal gifts of time, talent, treasure, and testimony to bless the lives of others by making sacrifices and commitments in support of approved philanthropic priorities.

The goal is to create a sanctifying (changed and saved) experience for all involved. The clients served included prospects, donors, institutional leaders, and LDSP colleagues. The expectation is to facilitate, engage, invite and create an exceptional a giving experience,that reflects the standard of the Kingdom of God.

Responsibilities

In alignment with the core responsibilities at LDS Philanthropies, this position will Teach (30%) the process of philanthropy in the church to current donors and prospects while mastering case statement details for approved priorities and projects; Engage (10%) by developing and maintaining a portfolio of leadership gift donors ($1K-$24,599K) according to geographic assignment, and by developing relationships of trust and actively engaging donors in meaningful activities; Coordinate (15%) by correlating with colleagues and partners on contact reporting, strategic initiatives and ensuring that historical files are accurate and complete; Invite (35%) strategically donors and prospects to consider making a gift (right time, amount, project); Report (10%) regularly on the impact of gifts made within the calendar year.

Qualifications

Bachelor's degree with 3-5 years of relevant and/or professional experience required.

Self-Motivated

Professional in demeanor, appearance, and language

High level of written and verbal communication skills

Integrity and ethics

Exhibit Leadership Pattern talents

Time Management

Flexibility and versatility

BEHAVIORS

Positive attitude about the work

Positive influence on others

Ability to work collaboratively and on teams

Ability to keep confidences

Nimble with change

Worthiness Qualification

Must be a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and currently temple worthy.

Posting Notice/More Info.

Please Note: All positions are subject to close without notice.

Find out more about the many benefits of Church Employment at http://careers.churchofjesuschrist.org.



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Donor Liaison, Leadership Gift

The Church Of Jesus Christ Latter-Day Saints