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Vice President, Knowledge and Equity
Posted November 21, 2022
Community Foundation of Sarasota County
Reports to: President/CEO
The primary focus of the VP is to lead CFSC’s commitment to understanding data on community indicator trends, identifying disparities and opportunities for grantmaking, as well as assessing gaps in community needs. The role includes analyzing the community data with a focus on CFSC’s initiatives, donor interests, and grantmaking resources. A key responsibility is convening and collaborating with staff, board, nonprofit leaders, and community stakeholders to research, report on and support the nonprofit sector’s effectiveness in addressing community needs. The collaborative conversations, research and analysis will result in reporting which demonstrates the effectiveness of CFSC’s grantmaking. This position works with our Team to advance the Foundation’s commitment to Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion by building cultural competence within the organization.
Listed below are major duties and responsibilities of this position. It is not designed or intended to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of the activities, duties, or responsibilities of the employee.
Qualifications and Experience
General Performance Standards and Expectations
In addition to satisfactory performance on all the essential job duties and responsibilities for this job, the Community Foundation of Sarasota County employees will strive to demonstrate our service philosophy of P.R.I.D.E in excellence to our internal and external constituents.
Dedicated Team Player
To apply, interested candidates visit here
Chief Development Officer
Posted October 31, 2022
Glazer Children's Museum
Reports to: President & CEO
About the Glazer Children's Museum
The mission of the Glazer Children’s Museum is to create a learning laboratory where children play, discover, and connect with the world around them to develop as lifelong learners and leaders. At Glazer Children’s Museum, families of all backgrounds and abilities come together in an interactive learning environment that encourages children to play with purpose.
Glazer Children’s Museum’s history dates back to the 1965 opening of Safety Village in Lowry Park and has grown over the years, just like children do. Since the opening of their new location in 2010, GCM has been a landmark in Downtown Tampa, serving 230,000+ guests throughout our 53,000 sq. ft. building. And over the course of a decade, GCM has become an integral part of the cultural corridor of museums, libraries, theaters, and performing arts centers in Tampa Bay.
As a nonprofit organization, the Glazer Children’s Museum relies on private support and donations to provide hands-on learning experiences for Tampa Bay area families. Our funding comes 60% through admissions and special program revenue and needs 40% to come through charitable donations.
Chief Development Officer
The Glazer Children’s Museum is seeking a Chief Development Officer (CDO) that will be responsible for leading the design, strategic leadership, management and execution of all fundraising activities for the Glazer Children’s Museum, including: individual, corporate, foundation and public giving, fundraising events, capital needs and planning for long term sustainability. The CDO will need to possess a proven track record of leading a team of fundraising professionals and managing a diverse, multi-million-dollar portfolio of donor partners. The ideal candidate will have experience as an authentic champion for the Museum’s mission and dedicated relationship and consensus builder.
This role leads the charge to build and enhance connections with current donors, and develop new connections, resulting in increases in contributed income, new pathways of giving, and the long term sustainability and flexibility of the Museum to meet and grow an annual fundraising budget of $2,000,000. The CDO will be responsible for the following:
Duties and Responsibilities:
Team Leadership and Administration:
Development Strategy and Execution:
Giving Manager: Grants & Proposals, Donor Relations and Communications Specialist, and various subcontractors.
Salary and Benefits:
The salary range is $105,000 - 115,000, potential of a $20,000 incentive plan for reaching fundraising metrics, and minimum 4% annual increase for the first 3 years.
The Glazer Children’s Museum provides:
How to apply:
Glazer Children’s Museum has retained Catalyst Consulting Services to conduct this search on their behalf. Michelle Turman is leading this search. To be considered for this opportunity, please send a letter of interest and resume to:
Michelle Turman, MA, CFRE
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