Director of Development
Our Mission As a not-for-profit organization with a reverence for life and a belief in its dignity, we create and sustain non-exclusionary communities where seniors can live life to its fullest, answering their needs for quality housing, financial peace of mind, wellness, safety and spiritual fulfillment.
To be the retirement community of choice for seniors who wish to spend their lives in an intellectually, physically and spiritually rich environment.
Aviva is the region’s only rental retirement community with a full continuum of care, welcoming all seniors who want a stimulating environment, superior access to quality health care services and financial peace of mind.
Purpose of the Position: The Director of Development works with the Vice President of Philanthropy, the CEO and Board for revenue generation ensuring the continued stability and growth of the organization. This position can advance into the VP of Philanthropy in two to three years.
Specific Responsibilities Include the Following:
- Identify and assist in the cultivation of existing and new donors
- Promote Legacy, Endowment & Planned Giving opportunities
- Tracks donors and prospects cultivation and outcomes
- Develops and maintains comprehensive donor/prospect stewardship program
- Works with the VP to coordinate and facilitate fund raising events & activities as well as other special projects
- Oversees the grant writing process
- Prepares reports and statistical analysis with the team for the Foundation Board meetings and other constituencies, covering donor activity and keeps track of annual budget performance on a monthly basis
The Jewish Housing Foundation which is the principle fundraising arm of Aviva, A Campus for Senior Life is seeking a Director of Development. The Director of Development is responsible for revenue generation and works with the Vice President of Philanthropy, the CEO and Board, as needed to ensure the continued stability and growth of the organization. Promoting Legacy, Endowment & Planned Giving opportunities is essential for this position. Succession is anticipated in two years to the Vice President of Philanthropy based upon performance.