Essential Functions and Responsibilities:
50% - MANAGEMENT OF ALL FUNDRAISING (Essential)
GRANTS & SPONSORSHIPS – Seeks grants from federal, state, and private entities. Writes and presents (or assists library staff with) proposals, monitoring compliance and distribution of monies received.
SPECIAL EVENTS – Develops and coordinates special events and projects by evaluating the fundraising potential of events. Coordinates set up, volunteers, administration, promotion of events. Evaluates effectiveness of events.
CAMPAIGN MANAGEMENT – Plans and implements fundraising campaigns to obtain donations from individuals and corporations for library initiatives. Oversees major capital campaigns for renovation of and new library facilities.
DONATIONS – Raises funds through donations from individuals and corporations. Identifies new donors and builds lasting relationships with existing donors in order to secure major and planned gifts.
15% - STRATEGIC PLANNING - Works with directors and managers to be involved in direction and planning of programs, services and capital improvements throughout the District in order to determine funding needs. (Essential)
15% - ADMINISTRATION - Monitors expenses incurred, and funds received. Manages funds earmarked for capital projects, endowment, memorials, programs and services. Keeps external and internal communications and websites current. Prepares mailings and brochures for promotion and solicitation. Maintains fundraising database and financial transactions. Reports activities and results of the Foundation Board of Directors. Other duties as necessary for the smooth operation of the Foundation. (Essential)
10% - VOLUNTEER ADMINISTRATION - Designs and implements a District-wide volunteer program. Solicits and trains volunteers and works with library volunteer coordinators to coordinate volunteers. Launches and grows a Friends of the Library group. (Essential)
10% - FOUNDATION BOARD STEWARDSHIP AND MANAGEMENT - Creates agendas, schedules meetings, and strategizes fund raising goals / projects in order to coordinate Foundation Board activities. (Essential)
3 – 5 years of experience or any equivalent combination of education and experience which meets the goals of the success factors.
District Success Factors:
Focus on the customer
Contribute to a positive work environment
Pursue personal development
Takes pride in the workplace
Knowledge of public library operations
Job Success Factors:
Knowledge of public library services and purpose
Knowledge of principles, practices, and methods of marketing
Knowledge of grant writing procedures
Knowledge of 501c(3) rules and regulations
Knowledge of board management
Skill in customer relations
Skill in oral and written communications
Skill in Windows, Word, Internet Explorer, Outlook, and Excel
Skill in developing and implementing fund raising strategies, including major and planned giving
Skill in campaign management, capital campaign or large campaign ($500,000+) experience preferred
Skill in volunteer coordination
Able to create financial reports
Able to operate office equipment including copiers
Physical Success Factors:
Able to work in an office setting, but may be assigned more physical duties such as transporting office supplies and equipment.
This Job Description is not a complete statement of all duties and responsibilities comprising this position.
Additional Info & Requirements
Pay Grade: 53
Wages/Benefits: $26.59-$35.97 /hr; Full-time benefits
FLSA Classification: Exempt
Hours: Full-Time; Some days, evenings, and weekends
Location: Administration and Support Services, Greeley, CO, 80631
Supervisor: Executive Director
Deadline: Open until filled
Human Resources 970-506-8587