Job Type: Salaried, Full-Time
Posted Date: 05/18/2023
Apply today as Executive Director for Reviv.
Reviv started to meet families as close to their child’s diagnosis as possible and work with them and the child’s care team to give personalized practical and emotional care for families to walk beside them when their child is diagnosed with a life-limiting or life-altering illness. Reviv focuses care on four fundamental levels of support: Family and Siblings, Hospital, Home, and Bereavement.
The Executive Director reports to the Reviv Family Support Foundation (RFSF) Board of Directors and is responsible for the execution of the RFSF mission. S/he is accountable for planning, directing, and implementing fundraising activities to support families and programs in alignment with our mission. The Executive Director will carry out the policies established by the RFSF Board and will have overall strategic and operational responsibility for programs and the expansion of programs.
- Direct fundraising campaigns as prioritized by the Board.
- Work with the Board and Committee Leaders to recruit volunteers for the Board and Committees.
- Create and maintain donor databases.
- Solicit new individual donors, corporate sponsors, and foundations.
- Supervise the maintenance of accurate records for all fundraising activities, donor gifts, and sponsors.
- Acknowledge donors by providing appreciative follow-up and ongoing communications.
- Submit grant requests and grant reports to private foundations as required.
- Comply with all relevant tax reporting requirements and audits.
- Develop methods and contacts for fundraising appeals to individuals and the corporate community.
- Develop relationships in the community to promote and expand RFSF programs.
- Work closely with Reviv’s Family Support Director to ensure new family referrals are screened, needs to be documented, and matched to an appropriate family support volunteer.
- Prioritize and refine services based on family needs/demand and budget availability/constraints.
- Use creativity to determine how to leverage best RFSF’s resources (network, Reviv Room, non-cash donations, volunteers) to support families.
- Develop sustainable relationships with organizations (e.g., University of Cincinnati, Xavier University, Northern Kentucky University) to secure and grow our volunteer network.
- Maintain files and software systems to support all projects and program operations, including RFSF fundraising/donor database.
- Assess current processes and systems, identify opportunities for improvements/efficiencies, and present recommendations to the Board quarterly.
- Work with the Board Treasurer and Committee Leaders to develop and administer the annual budget.
- Monitor financial reports and monthly financial statements to ensure budget parameters are met.
- Actively engage and energize Board members, donors, team members, families, volunteers, and partner/sponsor organizations.
- Track progress and regularly evaluate program components to measure the successes that can be effectively communicated to the Board, donors, and other stakeholders.
- Flexible, creative, and entrepreneurial spirit and a demonstrated passion for the mission, vision, and values of RFSF.
- Bachelor’s degree required, ideally in Social Work.
- Excellent communication (oral and written) and interpersonal skills.
- Experience in fundraising, public relations, and marketing.
- Experience in event planning.
- Experience in financial, personnel, program administration, and office management.
- Ability to recruit, train, and manage volunteers.
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Application Deadline: Until Filled
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