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This is a Virtual Opportunity, with no fixed address.
African Bridge Network is a community-based nonprofit with a mission to create the environment that enables the African immigrants to maximize their potentials by providing accurate and timely information on career development, networking opportunities, and career enhancement resources. ABN supports the African immigrants through a series of professional development programs like Orientation workshops, Career and Job Advising, Professional mentoring and Speaker series events.
ABN is seeking a seasoned result driven individual with prior experience in the Non Profit environment to join us as a Resource Development Manager.
If you have at least 1 year of experience working in the Non Profit environment and have the talent for building positive lasting corporate relationships and/or grant writing skills then we would like to hear from you
Duties and Responsibilities:
Develop the annual fundraising plan and strategic initiatives for donor relationship management
Prepare a communication strategy for maintaining donor relationships in the long run
Develop and maintain successful corporate donor relationships
Produce and Manage quarterly donor relationship campaigns and newsletters
Organize events necessary to build relationship with the donors
Meet the annual fundraising goals
Bachelor’s degree required with a minimum work experience of 6 months in the Non Profit environment
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
Understanding of a virtual office environment
Strong written and oral communication skills
Interested in supporting the effort in integrating immigrants