National Director of Philanthropy and Partnerships
- Full Time
Civil Air Patrol (CAP) is comprised of over 56,385 adult and cadet volunteers in career fields as diverse as mechanics, doctors, plumbers, executives, teachers, and retirees. CAP members embody our core values of integrity, volunteerism, excellence, and respect. Diversity and inclusion are important to CAP and they go hand-in-hand with our core values.
We are your neighbors, your co-workers, and we are patriots volunteering our time and resources to supporting America's communities with emergency response, diverse aviation and ground services, youth development, and promotion of air, space, and cyber power.
Civil Air Patrol is in a unique position of being both a 501(c)(3) nonprofit charity and the Air Force Auxiliary. We are a Total Force Partner along with the Air Force, the Air Force Reserve, and the Air National Guard.
We are the only non-profit in the United States that combines search and rescue, youth character and leadership development, and aerospace and cyber education while advancing the preservation and extension of America's patriotism and values. 95% of our cadets feel it's essential for them to serve our Country.
Today, our 23,245 cadet members and 33,140 adult members serve with passion in 52 CAP Wings throughout the nation, including all 50 States, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, and the U.S. Virgin Islands.
Job Title: Deputy Chief of Philanthropy and National Partnerships
Salary: Commensurate with experience
Reports to: Chief of Philanthropy
Closing date: 6 February 2022
The Deputy Chief of Philanthropy and National Partnerships is a newly created position and will serve in a significant role in Civil Air Patrol and Civil Air Patrol Foundation philanthropy efforts. Responsibilities include providing strategic thought partnership and support to the Chief of Philanthropy in strengthening fundraising efforts. This position will have a primary focus in creating and developing strategies to establish, cultivate and provide overall leadership and management of gifts from institutions to support budget and strategic planning priorities; leadership of organizational partnerships; responsibility for managing the national grants program and serving as a supervisor to the National Staff grants team; and supporting efforts in other areas of philanthropy including individual, planned, major, and annual giving efforts. Opportunity to work with a high functioning and passionate team. Success in this position depends on candidate's strong interpersonal and organizational skills. Successful team collaboration and ability to engage and motivate others to action, ability to work with disciplined project management, a belief in CAP’s mission, vision, and the energy, enthusiasm and positivity to achieve organizational goals. The Deputy Chief of Philanthropy and National Partnerships reports to the Chief of Philanthropy.
Bachelor’s degree and/or five (5) years of proven results in securing national/local corporate sponsorships/contributions and new business development. Relevant fundraising experience from corporations and foundations and grant writing skills a plus
Has a working knowledge of current best practices in all aspects of fundraising
Proven ability to exercise good and independent judgment, consistent follow-through, plan and act strategically, tactfully and creatively
Successful team collaboration and ability to engage and motivate others to action
Excellent interpersonal skills in working with corporate partners, sponsors, vendors, donors, colleagues, volunteers and general public
Proficiency with Microsoft Office Suite required; understanding of moves management and CRM also highly desired.
Due to the nature of the organization being volunteer driven, ability to work flexible and changing schedules, including evenings and weekends as needed
CAP offers a 401(k) retirement plan, health/dental insurance, paid life insurance, sick/vacation leave, paid holidays, and a flexible spending account. This position does not offer a relocation package.
Send cover letter, resume, and a one-page description that details required and desired knowledge, skills, abilities, and qualities not included in your resume to NDPP@capnhq.gov . Please include job title in the subject line.
Application closeout date: 6 February 2022, No phone calls, please. EOE
Civil Air Patrol provides an inclusive environment for a diverse group of employees and volunteers, where opportunities and equal access are demonstrated at all levels. For more information about our organization and its values, please visit https://www.gocivilairpatrol.com.