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Development Officer - TREC Education

Position: Development Officer
Organization: TREC Education
Location: downtown Toronto, Ontario

Position Overview:

TREC Education is seeking an experienced fundraiser to be part of a dynamic team, working together to realize our mission to educate and inspire individuals and communities in building a 100% renewable energy future.

The successful candidate will be an integral part of the continued growth of the charity’s programming across Canada – where we engage over 13,000 people every year.

We are looking for someone who is passionate, motivated and believes strongly in the value of engaging youth and communities in sustainable energy solutions.

The Development Officer (DO) will report to and work closely with the Executive Director. The DO will be the primary driver of the charity’s fundraising efforts, based out of TREC Education’s head office in Toronto, ON.

The Development Officer will have a well-rounded fundraising background, with proven success in:

  • Corporate giving, sponsorship and employee engagement
  • Foundation / Government grants
  • Annual & major giving

About TREC Education:

TREC Education’s mission is to educate, inspire and assist individuals and communities in building a 100% renewable energy future. We believe the future can bring a healthy, prosperous planet led by informed citizens and powered by renewable energy sources.

TREC Education delivers renewable energy education programs in classrooms and communities across Canada – creating systemic change for a greener future and fostering the next generation of renewable energy leaders.

We value:

  • Sparking interest, innovation and creative problem-solving
  • Diversity in perspectives and participation
  • Environmental stewardship and climate change mitigation
  • Hands-on learning and teaching
  • Collaborative partnerships and co-learning for program design and delivery
  • Celebrating successes; and
  • Having fun while making a positive impact!
  • Do you believe the transition to sustainable energy is essential in Canada? Join our team today!

Development Officer responsibilities:

  • Work collaboratively with TREC Education’s Executive Director to develop and execute strategic fundraising plans.
  • Maintain and grow TREC Education’s partnerships with corporate donors and sponsors.
  • Lead the identification and acquisition of existing and new revenue from Canadian foundations.
  • Develop and launch TREC Education’s first major gift program.
  • Effectively identifying, acquire and steward annual and monthly donors (inc. direct mail and online appeals).
  • Collaborate with communications lead to develop communications strategy and effective, donor communications (including reporting, stewardship pieces), web-based experience, social media strategies related to development.
  • Oversee data, processing of donations, including maintaining and updating policies/procedures.
  • Keep the organization current in relevant philanthropic trends, opportunities and best practices.
  • Work with Programs Managers and partners to write grant applications and donation requests for new and existing programming.
  • Establish and maintain a wide network of external relationships with sponsors, donors, community liaisons, energy industry representatives, volunteers, media, education officials.
  • Ability to travel periodically within Canada.

Skills and Qualifications

  • 3-5 years experience in a generalist fundraising role.
  • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent education/professional experience
  • Excellent track record in setting and achieving fund development targets.
  • Strong track record in developing successful grant applications.
  • Experience and success in identifying, planning, building and sustaining effective, strategic corporate partnerships including cause-marketing, sponsorships and charitable giving.
  • Success in developing and managing annual giving and monthly giving programs.
  • Demonstrated ability to work effectively and communicate with a variety of audiences, including donors, volunteers, committees, senior management and corporate partners.
  • Works well independently to achieve results and solve problems.
  • Enthusiasm and a positive, engaging approach.
  • Ability to inspire donors, volunteers, staff team, media, partners.
  • Fluency in French considered an asset.
  • Experience securing major donors considered an asset.
  • Ability to establish and monitor priorities, remain flexible, meet deadlines, and have fun.

Compensation and Benefits This is a full-time permanent position. The salary rate is competitive for an experienced development professional in the environmental non-profit sector and will be based on skills, experience and qualifications of the successful candidate. Benefits include:

  • Salary of $47,000 - $57,000; will commensurate with experience
  • three weeks of holidays per year
  • flexible work hours
  • training and development opportunities

Further terms of employment will be discussed with candidates during the interview process.

How to Apply

Email your cover letter and resume to:
info@treceducation.ca

Please ensure the following:

  1. Subject line reads: “Development Officer (Your Last Name)
  2. Cover letter and resume is no longer than 3 pages combined.
  3. Cover letter and resume are saved as a single pdf document.

Deadline for applications is November 24th 2017. We are committed to evaluating all applications on the basis of merit and are strongly committed to equity and diversity within our community. No phone calls or in person inquiries, please. We thank all applicants, but only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

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GoodWork ID: 43047       Date posted to GoodWork.ca: Nov 10 2017