Director of Development, Corporate Giving Officer
Reports To: Chief Development Officer
The Corporate Giving Officer will lead corporate fundraising efforts in support of JA programs. Corporations give approximately $3M+ annually to Junior Achievement.
Development Director, Program Sponsorships
Reports To: Vice President of Development
Position Concept: The Director of Development, Program Sponsorships will lead the fundraising efforts to support JA programs, with a primary focus on corporate and foundation giving. Program sponsorships bring in approximately $2.5M annually.
Reporting to the Vice President of Development, and serving as an integral member of the Development Team, the Director will be responsible for assessing program sponsorship opportunities, developing and managing the program sponsorship revenue projections, and managing the donor centric lifecycle and moves management process. With a focus on corporate and foundation prospects, and a primary focus on JA’s signature Finance Park program, the Director is expected to own a portfolio of ~100 donors and prospects, while overseeing a Development Manager who will support the Director with research, proposals, contracts, scheduling, stewardship and meetings/tours. The Director is expected to be an external seasoned relationship builder, and an experienced closer, as the Director will serve as a lead gift officer with the VP of Development and the President and CEO for these efforts.
Part-time, Morning Team - JA Finance Park® Montgomery County
Reports To: Program Operations Manager, Finance Park
Position Concept: Junior Achievement Finance Park® is a state-of-the art, youth financial literacy center in Silver Spring, Maryland. Over 12,000 Montgomery County 7th grade students will visit the center in 2018-2019. Volunteers from the community and school teachers mentor students through this experience. This position is part of a team that facilitates the JA Finance Park® simulation. Responsibilities include collaborating with the afternoon staff during afternoon changeover, securing essential data and feedback, providing structure and support throughout the simulation for volunteers, teachers and students, and preparing the facility for the next day, including use by sponsors and other groups.