Director of Philanthropy

NC Triad: Greensboro, Winston-Salem and High Point /
Development /
Full-Time
/ 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. 

Learn more: ppsatcareers.org


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 Director of Philanthropy is responsible for planning and implementing a fundraising development program within an assigned service area.  They work on securing major gifts in selected sites via private funding for general operations, special campaigns and restricted priorities.  The Director of Philanthropy devises and implements strategies designed to meet or exceed departmental and organizational funding goals.   
 
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) 
Manage a portfolio of major gift prospects and donors that is comprised of many of the affiliate’s most important relationships within an assigned service area. 
Works in consultation with the Vice President for Development, the CEO and keyboard and other volunteer leaders to discuss and devise individually tailored major gift strategies.  
Implement initiatives in assigned service area and affiliate-wide for identifying, qualifying, cultivating, stewarding, soliciting and recognizing gifts from individuals, foundations and corporations.  
Assist the VP for Development in setting fundraising goals, creating affiliate-wide strategic development plans, establishing fundraising systems to support the sustainability and expansion of PPSAT, and engaging the Board of Directors.  
Secure sponsorship support for special events in selected sites that contribute to expanding and stewarding the donor base and raising public awareness. 
Build and secure foundation and corporate support in selected sites and affiliate-wide, including preparation of grant proposals and compliance with grant reporting. 
Support efforts to raise public awareness and political influence in collaboration with Education and Public Policy staff.  
Provide expert advice on creation of promotional materials and marketing efforts that raise visibility and support for PPSAT.  
Collaborate directly with CEO, Board of Directors, and Managers as appropriate to facilitate soliciting and securing private funds for selected sites and affiliate-wide projects.  
Provide leadership role in assigned affiliate-wide development projects.  
Motivate and coordinate efforts of volunteers, especially the work of Community Councils, involved in raising funds and public influence.  
Ensure compliance with rules and regulations governing fundraising by a 501(c)(3) organization. 
 
Schedule:  
Full-time position working 40 hours per week.  The hours may vary with some occasional night and weekend work.  Hybrid position with some in-person work required.  Some travel will be required.
 
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  
 
Compensation:   
PPSAT's compensation philosophy is based in equity and transparency. This position's minimum salary is $68,000.00 annually.  Starting offers are determined by both the candidate's experience and internal equity within the pay grade.   
 
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. 

PPSAT is committed to workforce diversity and aspire to reflect the communities we serve. To that end, we strongly encourage BIPOC, LGBTQ identifying individuals, people with disabilities and other underrepresented groups to apply.


Planned Parenthood South Atlantic is an equal opportunity employer.

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