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Corporate Giving Manager

Apr 11, 2022
business impact
Business Impact NW
Seattle
Corporate Giving Manager

Position summary: The Corporate Giving Manager is responsible for corporate grants, gifts and sponsorships that financially sustain programs and operations of Business Impact NW - a nonprofit CDFI dedicated to growing small businesses that create jobs in underserved communities. This position reports to the Associate Director of Development in the Development Department.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
 Work with Chief Strategic Development Officer and Associate Development Director to
set aggressive corporate development calendar and agenda for Business Impact NW
that meets or exceeds annual budgetary goals
 Develop and maintain strong external relationships within the corporate giving world
to facilitate funding opportunities, retain and increase the number of sponsors for
events, grow current sponsor commitments, and create new investments
 Qualify, Cultivate, Solicit, and Steward corporate prospects and contributors to meet
or exceed annual revenue goals, maintain an excellent reputation in the community
and relationships with contributors
 Execute high-value sponsorship recognition, acknowledgment, and thanking in
coordination with other departments
 Write successful grants as needed for corporate support
 Keep development database current with communication, pledges, gifts, and
commitments related to fundraising activity
 Develop and maintain contributor engagement program and work collaboratively with
the Chief Strategic Development Officer, Associate Development Director, and Events
and Engagement Manager to develop additional compelling corporate engagement
opportunities
 Work collaboratively with Development and other departments, management team,
and external fundraising professionals

Skills:
 Self-starter: ability to work independently and be accountable and communicative of
work and progress
 Team-player; ability to contribute to a larger goal, pitch in where required, notice
gaps and bring ideas to the table, and understand your contribution to the larger
whole
 Ability to manage a portfolio of accounts
 Strong interpersonal communication skills
 Strong customer service skills
 Ability to create persuasive, grammatical, clear written requests for funding
 Ability to inspire contributors to support the mission/organization
 Comfortable and successful in making gift requests
 Ability to synthesize knowledge of Business Impact NW’s mission, programs, products
and services and communicate their value and impact to stakeholders
 Ability to manage multiple projects, solve problems and work hands-on to complete
tasks
 Knowledge of corporate philanthropy, sponsorship, stewardship, and prospect research
 Competent in MS Office programs, willingness to learn and use new technologies and
applications

Qualifications & Experience:
 2-3 years sponsorship, corporate gift, or sales experience
 Track record of success closing sales, charitable gift requests, or sponsorships
 Familiarity with nonprofit work and culture
 Those with passion for Business Impact NW’s mission strongly encouraged to apply

Salary: $53,000-57,000 Full Time, DOE. Generous benefits include paid time off, 100%
paid medical, and access to employee-paid dental, disability, and retirement plans.
Intended start date: May 23rd, 2022.

To apply please email madelinen@businessimpactnw.org with your resume and answer the
following questions:
• How many years of sales or fundraising experience do you have?
• How comfortable are you speaking with business and finance professionals?
• Please rate your comfort level asking for money? (Low, Medium, High)
• Why do you believe small businesses are important?


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