Work at one of the most innovative non-profit organizations in San Francisco or anywhere.
This is not just a job. It is an opportunity to use your skills, passion and creativity to contribute to a better San Francisco. Work with a great group of committed, smart people and we will commit resources to build your skills and challenge your limits.
Family Service Agency (FSA) has been on the cutting edge of social services since 1889. The list of historic achievements is astounding (http://www.fsasf.org/abt_historyfacts.html). FSA continues a 125 year commitment to research and innovation. Take a look at the link and see 125 years of innovation. Take a look at the videos of clients talking about our programs and feel how important FSA is as a safety net for thousands of vulnerable individuals young and old. You can be part of that.
Family Service Agency of San Francisco is seeking a [insert job title] to work in the [insert division]. Please review the job description below and provide a resume and cover letter describing how your background, experience and interests are aligned with this position.
Founded in 1889, Family Service Agency has a 125-year history of innovation in services for vulner-able children, families, and adults. With a $17 million operating budget and nearly 300 employees, FSA offers an entrepreneurial, dynamic, and supportive work environment.
If you are looking for a position where you’ll have an opportunity to work with and learn from the smartest people in their fields, have lots of opportunity to learn, be encouraged to innovate and think outside the box, FSA could be the place for you.
We offer an excellent benefits package and salaries that are well over the median for Bay Area non-profits. We are seeking employees who are passionate about the work they do and excited by the idea of doing that work for a thriving organization that is a leading innovator in social and behavioral health services.
Most of our revenue currently comes from government contracts which we obtain through competitive bidding process requiring grant proposals. However, we know that in today’s economy we need to diversify our funding streams. We want to grow our funding from corporations, foundations, and individuals as well as our government funding. The Development Department is at the center of a great many organizational initiatives: donor development, grant development, research, organizational development and increasingly social media.
The Development Coordinator will perform a variety of duties in support of the entire Development Department, but the single most important function is to manage the Convio database which houses information on our donors, grants, grant deadlines and relationships with funders. The Development Coordinator will play a central role in all department functions, scheduling, managing internal communication and communication with board members and stakeholders, and managing fund development timelines and grant proposal, contract renewals, and grant report deadlines. Additional duties as assigned.
Department Specific Responsibilities
The job consists roughly of the following breakdown:
Data base management and reports: 50%
Scheduling & Coordination: 30%
Administrative Assistance: 10%
Fiscal Reporting: 5%
Volunteer Coordination: 5%
• Providing administrative support to the Development Director and Communications Manager
• Scheduling appointments and meetings, and managing production schedules for grants, publications, foundation reports, contract renewals, and fund raising activities
• Managing all facets of Common Ground database entry and maintenance, report generation, gift processing and event planning
• Producing statistical reports and donor analysis for Executive staff and Board of Directors
• Maintaining data files for Annual Report, Agency newsletters, both internal and external, and other projects as needed
• Assembling grants and uploading to funder sites
• Coordinating volunteer recruitment and placement efforts
• Supporting media and social media campaigns
• Managing a grant development and donor prospect calendar
• A minimum of 3 or more years experience in development or fundraising setting
• Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent educational experience
• A minimum of 1 year experience using Common Ground, Salesforce, or Raiser’s Edge is absolutely required without exception.
• Proficient skills in Microsoft Office (Powerpoint, Word, Excel)
• Excellent time management and organizational skills
• Strong communication skills, both verbal and written
• Strong interpersonal skills
• Ability to multi-task and work collaboratively with staff and volunteers
• Self motivated and highly organized
• Skills in Adobe Creative Suite (InDesign, Dreamweaver) would be desirable, but not required.
Reports to: Development Director
SEND RESUMES TO:
Paul Gibson, Development Director
Family Service Agency of San Francisco