President's Circle Manager

NC Triangle: Chapel Hill, Durham, or Raleigh /
Development /
/ Hybrid
Our doors are open, and we are still providing care. Planned Parenthood South Atlantic is committed to providing high quality, inclusive, and non-judgmental sexual and reproductive healthcare to all genders, sexual orientations, races, religions, abilities, ethnicities, and cultural backgrounds. We are a team of compassionate and dedicated staff members, and we will continue to open our doors to those who need it.  

Are you worried about applying because you feel like you don’t meet every single requirement? At PPSAT we are dedicated to building a diverse, inclusive and authentic workplace! If you’re excited about a position but your past experience doesn’t align perfectly with every qualification in the job posting, we encourage you to apply anyways. You may be the candidate PPSAT is looking for! 
The challenges we face, past and present, only strengthen PPSAT's commitment to our communities and employees. Our work has staying power. Come join us one of the nation's leading providers of sexual and reproductive healthcare. 

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Why Planned Parenthood South Atlantic?   
We are powerful educators, advocates and innovators for health care.  Be part of the diverse Planned Parenthood family. Work hand in hand with like-minded individuals in an environment built on collaboration, open communication, and mutual respect. We’re looking for passionate, dedicated people who are eager to make positive contributions to their community and to our mission.  
What's interesting about this job? 
The President’s Circle Manager (PCM) works closely with the Director of Development Communications and Grants and other Development team members to manage the mid-level donor program, known as the President’s Circle.  The PCM assists with developing and implementing plans for mid-level engagement using audience research, wealth screening information, and existing data on the prior behavior of mid-level donors. They actively work to deepen relationships with mid-level donors to increase donor retention and grow the yield from the mid-level donor segment's philanthropic capacity. 
Who You Are:  
Passionate about reproductive health care and justice. 
Believe sexual health is essential to every person’s overall health, well-being, and happiness.  
Comfortable with engaging others in discussion of political issues affecting reproductive health care.    
Experience with building relationships across a diverse service area. 
Goal driven and organized.  
What You'll Do: (but not limited to) 
Work with the Director of Development Communications and Grants to set strategic program goals for the President’s Circle and to ensure all financial goals are met. 
Develop and oversee the implementation of innovative, multi-channel strategies for mid-level acquisition, retention, and upgrade. Ensure brand representation is consistent across channels. 
Act as the personal representative to the President’s Circle donors, providing a “1 to some” experience and expanding a more personalized direct response program.   
Work with the Directors of Philanthropy and the Donor Engagement team to identify and implement donor engagement opportunities that will increase donor retention and loyalty.  
Plan upgrade and cultivation initiatives for donors with the use of donor giving history, wealth screen database overlay and other research tools.  
Oversee donor database management, development and fulfillment of donor, benefits, gift recognition, donor correspondence, and mailings for mid-level donors. 
Prepare the appropriate reports and analyses for program evaluation and strategic planning. 
Conduct continuous evaluation of the mid-level giving program, recommending changes to program design and implementation on an ongoing basis. 
Monitor revenue and expenses related to mid-level giving. 
Identify emerging strategies and market trends to strengthen and grow the program.  
Work with Director of Development Communications and Grants to provide development input for all written institutional materials including Annual Report and newsletters. 
Assist with other fundraising projects as requested. 
Full-time position working 40 hours per week.  Monday through Friday working 9:00AM to 5:00PM.   
Hybrid position with some in-person work required.
During the training period there will be 2 days per week that will be in-person at the Chapel Hill office.
Candidate to be based in the North Carolina Triangle region (office in Chapel Hill). 
Some travel may be required (approximately 10%)
What You Get:   
Full benefits: medical, dental, and vision   
Health Reimbursement Account   
403B Retirement Plan with matched contributions   
Paid Time Off   
Holiday Pay   
Employee Assistance Program 
Professional Development    
PPSAT's compensation philosophy is based on equity and transparency.  Each job at PPSAT is assigned to a salary grade built on market data.  For an individual coming into PPSAT, we set a pay generally between the minimum and the midpoint of the salary grade and based on candidate qualifications.  For this position, the minimum is $60,300.00 and the midpoint is $75,400.00. 

A complete application includes a cover letter and resume.

This position requires a background check once a job offer is extended to the final candidate. PPSAT does not discriminate in employment and understands the many barriers candidates may face when applying to jobs. One of those barriers is the criminal justice system and its effects on background checks. We understand that these barriers more often negatively impact BIPOC. A conviction is not an absolute bar to employment. Factors such as the age of the offense, evidence of rehabilitation, the seriousness of violation, and job relatedness are considered in all employment decisions. 

Planned Parenthood of South Atlantic Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Statement
At Planned Parenthood of South Atlantic (PPSAT), we embrace diversity, equity, and inclusion and strive to keep it at the core of who we are. We are committed to a diverse workforce that welcomes an array of perspectives, experiences, and backgrounds. We believe that diversity, equity and inclusion in teams, decision-making, policy, practice, and operations contributes to a sense of belonging that benefits our culture, our staff, our patients, and our community. At PPSAT, we are dedicated to learning, reducing and eliminating inequities, and developing best practices to dismantle systemic racism and the complex problems caused by it.

Planned Parenthood South Atlantic is an equal opportunity employer.

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