Posted 9 months ago
Senior Manager, Donor Retention
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The Senior Manager of Donor Retention is responsible for the strategic direction and execution of the ASPCA’s mid-level giving program, focusing on donors with gifts $500 – $10,000. They will also assist the Director of Donor Retention with improving revenue and retention metrics across the full one-time giving Membership file by implementing and managing donor campaigns in various channels, including direct mail and telemarketing. Additionally, they will oversee the donor acknowledgement and onboarding strategy to support one-time retention goals.
Nearly all ASPCA programs are funded through donations. This role represents an exciting opportunity to support our mission by ensuring we have the necessary funding to continue our fight against animal cruelty and homelessness.
This is a remote based position that can be completed from a home office anywhere in the United States. Preference will be given to candidates able to work from the ASPCA’s 8th Avenue location in New York City.
Mid-Level Giving Strategy & Execution (60%)
Donor Retention Campaign Coordination & Execution (30%)
Team Management (10%)
Ability to develop and follow through on creative and effective solicitation strategies and to generate enthusiasm for them among team members, Commitment to goal attainment, high degree of initiative, and ability to motivate and engage high level volunteers and donors, Demonstrated ability to work with high degree of autonomy and accountability and to be a team player, Excellent interpersonal skills, including ability to communicate effectively and professionally with many levels of staff to build productive relationships, Excellent time management and prioritization skills, Familiarity with all aspects of fundraising principles and practices; knowledge of annual giving/direct mail, print production, telemarketing, joint allocation of funds, and basic analytical principals
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