Capital Campaign Coordinator – The Western PA Conference of The United Methodist Church, PA

Western PA Conference of The United Methodist Church

Posted 3 weeks ago
This is a part-time (0.5 FTE) position for an anticipated term of 24 months with an average of 25 hours per week.  All resumes should be emailed to .
Our Mission is to provide leadership, connection and resources to make disciples of Jesus Christ for the transformation of the world.
Our Vision is to ignite and sustain a passionate, spiritual connection with Christ among all people in Western Pennsylvania.
Our Core Value is love. We love the Lord our God with all our hearts, souls, minds and strength and our neighbors as ourselves. This value is commanded by Jesus, inspired by our Wesleyan heritage including to spread scriptural holiness over the land, and witnessed through our integrity, accountability and inclusiveness.
Five Areas of Focus:
1. Principled Christian Leadership
2. New Places for New People
3. Ministry with the Poor
4. Abundant Health
5. Dismantling Racism
Serves as the primary advisor to the Western Pennsylvania Annual Conference Camping Ministry Campaign Steering Team. Provides vision and direction for this important fundraising initiative in collaboration with the resident Bishop, campaign consultants and members of the Campaign Steering Team. The Capital Campaign Coordinator will have additional staff support to assist with administrative tasks such as: mailings, email communication, record keeping and other duties as needed.
Reports to:
Director of Connectional Ministry and collaborates directly with the Campaign Steering Team.
· Implement fundraising initiatives to expand the campaign donor base throughout the annual conference.
· Create and maintain accurate reporting process to communicate campaign progress to the steering committee, Bishop, appropriate conference staff members and contributors.
· Facilitate collaboration with the office administrative support staff to ensure budget, timelines, record keeping, publishing materials, acknowledgement procedures and correspondence is done effectively and efficiently.
· Collaborate with the Campaign Steering Team to create a Bishop’s Advisory Team to secure major donor visits for the bishop and, in some cases participating in these visits or doing them in her place
· Develop an accountability plan to ensure assigned tasks and responsibilities are cared for on time and to completion by members of the campaign steering committee.
· Design and facilitate training efforts for campaign volunteers and leaders to ensure consistency with the mission and vision of the campaign project scope.
· Oversee scheduling of training venue and event promotion efforts to ensure significant attendance.
· Cultivate, solicit and establish relations with donor prospects in consultation with the resident Bishop and members of the campaign steering committee.
· Organize and mobilize identified groups for local campaign solicitations.
· Plan and facilitate all campaign meetings and events to include the following: selection of meeting place, date and time; sending meeting notices; develop meeting agendas; event arrangements (meals, audio visual equipment, print copies etc.); and sending meeting minutes and action steps to participants.
· Compose correspondence, presentations, reports and promotional materials as the public spokesperson for the appeal. The Capital Campaign Coordinator makes key public presentations to congregations, conferences, media and other groups on behalf of the appeal.
· Coordinate the timely and effective promotion of the appeal to pastors, congregational leaders, campaign volunteers and others throughout the appeal.
· A strong commitment to the Conference’s vision, mission, values and goals
· Maintain confidentiality
· Flexibility and willingness to take on a variety of tasks, along with an ability to work effectively in a highly collaborative, team environment
· Ability to work independently, be entrepreneurial, and create and implement new initiatives
· Willingness to provide support for local churches
· Bachelor’s degree preferred or relevant work experience
· 3+ year experience in a nonprofit setting required
· Experience in major gift procurement preferred
· Demonstrated success in nonprofit fundraising required
· Certified Fund-Raising Executive (CFRE) certification preferred
· Project management skills with strong attention to detail and demonstrated ability to work independently and complete tasks in a timely manner
· Excellent interpersonal skills and ability to interact with a wide variety of people both internally and externally
· Excellent written and verbal communication skills
· Valid Pennsylvania driver’s license required
· Ability to pass criminal background check and appropriate clearances are required

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