Reporting to the Director of Development, the Development Manager is responsible for managing donor and community engagement projects to contribute to fundraising revenue goals. This position is part of the Development and Communications team, which also includes the Vice President of Institutional Advancement, a Director of Development, a Director of Marketing and Communications and a part-time Development Assistant. The Development Manager reports to the Director of Development, works closely with all team members and provides support to the Vice President. The Development Manager provides supervision to college and high school interns, primarily in the summer.
In all of his/her efforts, the Development Manager will uphold the highest standards of professionalism, poise and quality to best represent The Dimock Center internally and externally. This position includes interaction with donors, including Board members, individuals and corporate partners, community partners, Dimock staff from all divisions and levels of management and Dimock patients/families.
In all projects, the Development Manager will display the highest level of organization, attention to detail and responsiveness to donors and colleagues.
Event Coordination and Support
- Collaborate with and support the Director of Development and other team members in planning and preparing for Steppin’ Out (the annual signature fundraising event), the Road to Wellness 5K Walk/Run, Annual Meeting, Breakfast of Champions and smaller donor events.
- Coordinate specific components of major events, which may include the Silent Auction for Steppin’ Out and vendors for the Walk/Run Health and Fitness Pavilion.
- Support the Director of Development in tracking event revenue, consistently and accurately updating sponsorship and other master documents to show received, prospective and pending revenue and projections.
- Holiday Gift Drive: Support the Director of Development in promoting and coordinating the Holiday Gift Drive to engage donors to meet the full need of Dimock patients and families in all divisions.
- Team Dimock for the Boston Marathon: With the support and guidance of the Director of Development, promote program, interview applicants and confirm team (usually four members) who train for the Boston Marathon and fundraise for Dimock. Support team members to develop and implement fundraising action plans. Attend all planning meetings with sponsor, John Hancock, and complete annual report and application for charity bibs. This program contributes significant resources toward the Annual Fund goal.
- National Community Health Center Week: Plan a diverse range of activities for Dimock patients, families and staff to celebrate this annual summer event. Ensure that branded collateral is placed prominently around campus. Develop promotional plans and ensure advertising of activities by the Director of Marketing and Communications.
- Trustees of Reservations Mobile Market: Confirm annual presence of this mobile farmers’ market on Dimock’s campus in summer and fall. Ensure comprehensive promotions and advertising of the program to target Dimock patients, families and staff, integrated with Walk/Run promotions.
- Coordinate Dimock’s Service Day program, which engages groups of 10-50 employees from corporate partners and other organizations to complete day-long projects on Dimock’s campus to respond to organizational needs. Match organizational needs with group’s capacity and interests.
- Supervise and manage interns. These include high school and college age students who work at Dimock in the summer from 10 to 35 hours/week. Collaborate with the Director of Development and Director of Marketing and Communications to plan for and supervise students who support our priority projects, including Walk/Run and Steppin’ Out.
- With the President/CEO’s Executive Assistant, schedule annual donor visits for the President/CEO and Vice President with all Community Foundation Board members and corporate partners.
- Plan, coordinate and/or create customized stewardship gifts for donors, including ordering Dimock-branded items and creating personalized photo/scrapbooks, to show donor’s impact.
- Plan and order collateral outreach materials for all Dimock program areas, coordinating with program staff to assess needs and provide guidance on items and quantities for target audiences.
- Perform other duties, as required.
- Tuition Reimbursement
- Discounted MBTA pass
- FREE onsite parking
- Comprehensive benefits package
- Partnership with Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center
- Opportunity to work with an incredibly diverse patient population and staff
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