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Capital & Planned Giving Campaign Manager

Job Title: Capital & Planned Giving Campaign Manager

Reports to: Development Director

Hours: Part-time 12-20hrs/week, hybrid office/remote

Salary: $38-$48/hr, depending on experience

Review: Ongoing, open until filled. Priority given to candidates applying by Nov 21.

ROLE OVERVIEW

The Georgia Justice Project (www.gjp.org) seeks a Development Campaign Manager to join our office staff part-time for 12 – 20 hours per week. The Campaign Manager will implement and manage all aspects of the combined $3m Capital and Planned Giving Campaigns through Spring 2026, including all solicitation phases of the campaign, event planning, cultivation, and campaign publications/communications.

The Campaign Manager will work with the Development Director and CEO on campaign strategy, including creating solicitation materials, establishing solicitation priorities, managing prospect lists, developing and executing targeted cultivation plans and solicitation strategies for a range of projects, preparing and providing support to staff, board members and volunteers for solicitation, and planning and managing cultivation events.

RESPONSIBILITIES

The essential job duties/responsibilities of the position include, but are not limited to, the following:

• Work with the Development Director and Executive Director to develop campaign strategy, materials, and setting campaign sub-goals

• Provide leadership to assure that campaign communications and cultivation event activity plans are met

• Plan and run steering committee meetings

• Manage visits and solicitations for staff, steering committee or board members

• Identify prospects on the individual, corporation, and foundation levels

• Manage the grants process with the Development Director

• Identify and cultivate steering committee and board members

• Create and edit campaign communications, such as acknowledgments, follow-up letters, and newsletters, with the campaign assistant

• Devise and manage logistics for cultivation events, coordinating publicity as appropriate, with Executive Director and campaign staff

• Assists in coordinating site visits, recognition events and stewardship activities, from planning to execution and follow-up.

QUALIFICATIONS

• Bachelor's degree and 3-5 years of development experience, preferably with a capital campaign, including management and oversight, events, communications, cultivation, solicitation, and grant writing.

• Experience establishing planned giving a plus.

• Excellent writing and editing skills. Advanced skills in Microsoft Office and Publishing (Adobe, Canva, etc.) preferred.

• Experience supervising (or creating) brochures, tables, newsletters, and graphs a plus.

• Development database experience required, Salesforce is preferred

• Ability to meet deadlines with a proven track record of success

• Motivated, well organized, and a creative problem solver

• Ability to engage well with diverse groups of people

The role is Part-Time: 12-20 hours per week, a minimum of 5 hours per week in the office. Position requires local travel and some evening hours to support events.

TO APPLY

Interested candidates should send a cover letter addressed to GJP’s Development Director Ermis Zayas and a resume combined as a single PDF document to careers@GJP.org. Subject line text and name of the single pdf must be, “2022 Campaign Mgr – Last Name.” For example, if your last name is Jones, “2022 Campaign Mgr – Jones” would be the name of the pdf attachment and the text in the subject line.

GJP offers PT employees pro-rated PTO, immediate 3% match and vesting in the retirement plan, and a hybrid in-office/home schedule. Salary range is $38-48/hr depending on experience. 12-20 hrs a week.

GJP is an equal opportunity employer, committed to building a diverse staff and welcomes qualified applicants of all races, colors, religions, national origins, sexes, gender identities, sexual orientations, and disability statuses. GJP particularly encourages people who are formerly incarcerated or justice-involved to apply.

GJP requires all employees be fully vaccinated and boosted against COVID-19 as a condition of employment, subject to accommodation. If you are hired, we will require you to prove you have received the COVID-19 vaccine or have a valid documented religious or medical reason not to be vaccinated. This paragraph informs you of the company's expectations before you begin work at GJP and you should not reveal information about your COVID-19 vaccination status prior to receiving an offer of employment. 

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