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Employment Opportunity
August 15, 2000
Development Director=20
Huron River Watershed Council
Ann Arbor, Michigan
Under the direction of the Executive Director and in consultation with =
the fund-raising committee, the Development Director will plan, =
organize, manage, and direct fund-raising programs for gifts, operating =
expense grants and pledges from individuals, corporations and =
Typical Duties
The Development Director will for establish and maintain a comprehensive =
fund-raising plan for HRWC, to include an annual giving program, a =
direct mail campaign, planned giving, endowment activities, and special =
programs. Specific duties include:
1.. Develop fund-raising policies, procedures, and systems.
2.. Represent HRWC to its constituents and public.
3.. Develop printed materials to support fund-raising activities.
4.. Organize and maintain a donor/prospect records-and-research =
5.. Identify and evaluate prospective donors for specific projects and =
establish a process for contacting them.
6.. Establish secondary development mechanisms including investment =
portfolios, estate planning, endowments, capital campaigns, etc.
7.. Arrange special events and other activities designed to generate =
prospect/donor enthusiasm and interest.
8.. Work with volunteers to include recruiting and training =
fund-raising leadership and solicitation committees.
Desirable Qualifications
Experience-Individual should have successful experience in non-profit =
fundraising with an effective background in management, public =
relations, community development, and media relations
Education-Bachelor degree or higher
Knowledge of-Fund-raising techniques, environmental issues, marketing =
principles, research methods, personal solicitation techniques, public =
Ability to-Plan, develop, and implement annual campaigns, direct mail =
solicitation and deferred giving; communicate clearly and effectively, =
orally and in writing; establish and maintain good working relationships =
with a wide-range of individuals involved in the fund-raising programs; =
plan effective fund-raising programs; and work closely with the HRWC =
Executive Director and Board of Directors.
Position: part-time; starting Fall 2000; salary: $20,800 with generous =
benefits package
Description of Huron River Watershed Council
The Huron River Watershed Council is a coalition of Huron Valley =
residents and local governments established under Michigan's Local River =
Management Act. The mission of the Council is to inspire attitudes, =
behaviors, and economies that protect, rehabilitate and sustain the =
Huron River System. Services of the Council include hands-on citizen =
education, technical assistance in policy development, and direct river =
protection projects.
This is a great opportunity for a creative person to do meaningful work =
for the community in a fun and challenging work environment.
For more information on the Council please visit the website at =
Send resume and writing sample by September 15 to:
Laura R. Rubin
Executive Director
Huron River Watershed Council
1100 N. Main St. Suite 210
Ann Arbor, MI 48104
(734) 769-5123=20

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