The Campaign Manager will build relationships with volunteers to generate fundraising revenue within an assigned set of workplace accounts, including First Capital Club donors. Position will establish and strengthen relationships with current and prospective campaign donors, volunteers, and advocates; build donor loyalty, raise and leverage resources, and ensure a positive brand experience. This position will work in a team environment to meet or exceed fundraising goals needed to impact community needs.
- Develops and manages relationships with selected accounts.
- Cultivates and develops new accounts in support of the United Way campaign.
- Collects required data for entering into the campaign database.
- Recruits and trains campaign volunteers.
- Consults with campaign volunteers in assigned campaign divisions and accounts.
- Where appropriate, refers individuals interested in other United Way activities to appropriate departments within the United Way.
- Supervises loaned campaign associate(s) as assigned.
- Interacts and coordinates with Finance/MIS, Community Impact, and Marketing/Communication Departments as necessary.
- In consultation with supervisor, joins an appropriate social service club, organization, and/or association.
- Performs other duties as assigned.
The above requirements are representative of minimum knowledge, skills, and abilities. To perform this job successfully, the individual will possess the ability and aptitude to perform each duty proficiently, and comply with the United Way of York County’s policies and procedures, as outlined in the Employee Handbook.
Educational and Other Requirements
- Bachelor’s degree in business, marketing, communications, related field, or equivalent experience.
- Proven track record of successful resource development and/or sales experience.
- Goal oriented with ability to manage multiple projects from inception to conclusion.
- Skilled in customer relationship management methodologies.
- Strong interpersonal, excellent oral and written communication skills with ability to customize communications to various audiences.
- Strong analytical, problem solving and decision-making skills.
- Fully proficient in Microsoft Office 2010 (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook
- Self-motivated with ability to work independently with minimal supervision.
- Possess a valid driver’s license and have the ability to operate a motor vehicle.
York County Truancy Prevention Initiative
Youth Court Alliance Intern
Reports to: Youth Court Alliance Director
Purpose of Position: To provide administrative and program support for the Youth Court Alliance program. Assist with trainings, conduct intake meetings, exit interviews and completion meetings with Youth Court Alliance families.
- Compile data and maintain files for the Youth Court Alliance program.
- Provide routine reports to the Youth Court Alliance Director.
- Assist with the recruitment and retention of student volunteers.
- Oversee Youth Court Alliance hearings at William Penn High School.
- Oversee Youth Court Alliance hearings at Hannah Penn and Ferguson.
- Provide Intake and Exit Interviews, and completion meetings, with Youth Court Alliance families.
- Follow up with Youth Court Alliance assignments to report on status toward completion.
- Discuss additional student needs, unrelated to academic work, to the Youth Court Alliance Director who will then link students with appropriate resources.
- Assist with the planning of events for Youth Court Alliance.
- Help manage and train community partners and Youth Court Alliance members, helping to implement the Youth Court Alliance.
- Attend Truancy Task Force Meetings.
- Attend community events to help promote truancy prevention.
- Provide feedback on ways the Youth Court Alliance could improve.
- Assist Community Initiatives on programs related to the betterment of youth.
- Assist Community Initiatives on programs related to the betterment of children and youth.
- Other responsibilities as assigned.
Minimum Job Requirements:
Pursuing a Bachelor’s or Associate’s Degree.
- Comfortable working with children and high school aged youth.
- Preferably bilingual.
- Must know how to use Microsoft Word and Excel. Must be willing to learn how to use additional databases.
- Must be able to multi-task and prioritize.
- Confidentiality required.
- Able to pass a background check.
- Ability to relate well to a variety of people, to work quickly and collaboratively.
- Ability to be a constant role model and mentor.
- Must have reliable transportation and be able to travel. Reimbursement will be provided.
- Must have 100,000/300,000 automobile insurance coverage.
- Must have after school availability.
To Apply Please Contact:
Youth Court Alliance Director
800 E King Street
York, PA 17403