Mission / Organization / Department
William Temple House provides food, counseling, and household items to Portland-area neighbors. With these services we lend a helping hand to Portland’s most vulnerable populations.
WTH has a budget of $3.9 million and 27 staff members (26 FTE). In September of 2019, the organization developed a diversity, equity, and inclusion framework, conducted a client needs assessment, and began its strategic planning process, which it completed in July 2020.
The current director of Development & Marketing, Carrie Kaufman, has been with the organization for more than four years and will be retiring in January 2022.
As the full-time Director of Development & Marketing, this role is responsible for all activities related to the analysis, planning, execution, control, and evaluation of fund development. This role also leads in marketing all organizational programs and services to increase community awareness, build engagement, and attract and secure financial support. This position reports to the Executive Director works closely with the Board of Directors. The Grants & Communications Manager reports to this position. They will work closely with the leadership team to maintain a collaborative, committed team culture while contributing to efforts that support diversity, equity, and inclusion planning and implementation
Link to home page and full job description: www.williamtemple.org
William Temple House has a 56-year history of responding to the needs of our community through essential programs and services, and we are a passionate group of people dedicated to our mission and social justice. We are amid some big organizational cultural shifts because of our equity work and because of COVID-19. Our staff and board believe deeply in our social justice roots and have a commitment to equity that we’re working to instill more authentically in our operations. It is a very exciting time of change, and we are looking for someone that is willing to be a full participant in shaping the future of this program and our organization.
We recently approved a strategic plan (the first in decades) and DEI framework, which serve as our roadmaps. Our staff participate in regular meetings to keep information flowing across departments. We completed a staff climate survey in 2020 and are now identifying areas of work that we will collaborate on in the coming years. We plan to conduct an additional survey in early 2022. One of these includes our staff meetings and how we create a more collaborative model.
We have a deep appreciation for our team members and celebrate staff and volunteer birthdays and anniversaries and, pre-COVID, regularly held “fun committee” events.
Salary and Benefits Information
- $41,000-$44,000 depending on experience
- Employer-paid medical, dental, and vision benefits for employee (100%)
- Life insurance and AD&D and LT Disability
- Flexible Spending Account (FSA)
- 401K retirement plan with employer match
- Paid Time Off (PTO): 160 hours 60 days after hire date; 200 hours on 2nd year anniversary; 240 hours on 3rd anniversary and years following
- Paid holidays: 10 designated holidays
- Parking permit or transit reimbursement
- Employee Assistance Program
- Thrift Store Discount (20% off regularly priced merchandise)
A Plus, But Not Required
- Minimum of a bachelor’s degree (advanced degree, CFRE preferred)
- 5+ years of fund development experience in the nonprofit or corporate sector; experience and strong working relationships with metro Portland, Oregon funders preferred
- Demonstrated track record of fund development leadership including successfully securing major gifts and engaging major donors and foundations in the mission of the organization
- Proven understanding of community programs and services providing essential needs
- Track-record of effectively cultivating and maintaining strong and profitable relationships through a community centered fundraising approach
- Excellent written and verbal communication competencies including sales/ marketing presentations, grant writing and fund development for social justice, social services and/or mental health related programs
- Excellent organizational and management skills; ability to develop and sustain a team-oriented, results-driven strategy
- Proven emotional intelligence and commitment to DEI initiatives and organizational learning
- Ability to work independently and possess strong interpersonal skills
- Ability to prioritize, work on multiple tasks and meet deadlines
- Ability to work effectively with a wide range of key contacts and stakeholders
- Proficiency in Microsoft Office, CRM, and design/publishing software
WTH offers faith-neutral spiritual care. Employees are not asked about religion, nor do they need to be religious.
- Lived experience related to being a person of color, LGBTQIA+, having a disability, living in poverty, being an immigrant, or being part of a community that has been historically marginalized
- Bi-cultural and/or bi-lingual
How to Submit an application:
- To submit an application, please visit https://wvdo-or.hiringthing.com/job/320126/director-of-development-marketing
- Applications will be accepted through January 14th, 2022
- In your cover letter, please answer these questions, supplying a one-paragraph answer to each:
- What are your best qualities as a supervisor, and how do you know?
- What have you done in your professional and/or personal life to promote equity and justice?
- You will receive an email acknowledgement upon submission. If you do not receive an acknowledgment within 24 hours, please contact Agnes Zach email@example.com
- All inquiries will be handled confidentially.
- The position will remain open until filled.
- Not sure if you should apply? Please email Agnes Zach at firstname.lastname@example.org
Equal Opportunity Employer
William Temple House is an Equal Opportunity Employer and encourages applications from people of color, immigrants, LGBTQ people, women, and people with disabilities.
The board and staff believe they can meet the organization’s mission only with a diverse board and staff who actively cultivate a culture of equity and belonging.