• The Development Director at WWFM manages individual giving, major gift giving, corporate and foundation giving and alternative revenue streams which includes vehicle donations, corporate matches and estate planning. • The Development Director designs, implements and refines all development activities. • The Development Director works closely with the WWFM Station Manager to identify, cultivate, solicit and steward donors and prospects in accordance with strategic goals and financial targets set by the Station Manager. • The Development Director provides leadership and direction for development/membership staff and WWFM colleagues to convey the strategic goals and objectives and successfully leverage all available resources to implement fund raising plans.
• Knowledge of the principles of public radio fund raising and a demonstrated track record of success. • A high standard of professionalism and performance as evidenced by collaborative teamwork, initiative, critical thinking, good judgement, consistency of output, timeliness of follow-through and strength of written and oral communication skills. • Demonstrated ability to work with and command respect of colleagues, volunteers and donors. • Demonstrated ability to participate meaningfully and creatively in goal setting, long and short term strategic planning and problem solving. • Strong organization skills, including the ability to work independently and make sound judgements about prospects, project management responsibilities and all other areas of performance without close day-to-day supervision. • Exercise discretion at all times; must be able to keep all data confidential. • Must be technology savvy. • Must have ability and willingness to travel to prospective donor meetings and station outreach events. A valid driver’s license and good driving record are essential. • Evidence of managerial aptitude.
Internal Number: S-0008-2019
About Mercer County Community College
"As a community college faculty, we believe that...our students deserve a high-quality education that challenges them to acquire new knowledge and skills, test their accustomed ideas, and achieve competitive excellence. All of our students, regardless of where they find themselves when they come to us, deserve a caring, creative, and engaged pedagogy that helps them achieve their goals, and which cultivates lifelong learning and a passion to understand themselves and the world. We believe that we must create a college community that engages students in civic life and prepares them to fully participate in our democracy. We are responsible and accountable for giving our students? work our respect and critical evaluation, for holding students to the highest ethical standards, and for providing effective feedback that encourages our students to grow.
MCCC is an equal opportunity employer.
Under the “New Jersey First Act”, effective September 1, 2011newly hired Mercer employees may be required to live in New Jersey or to move to the state within one year of taking a position. Failure to comply with this residency requirement shall render the person unqualified to continue employ...ment in their position.
In compliance with Title IX requirements, Mercer County Community College does not discriminate on the basis of sex in its education programs and activities.
TITLE IX COORDINATOR
The college’s Title IX Coordinator oversees compliance with all aspects of the sex/gender harassment, discrimination and misconduct policy. The Coordinator reports to the Vice President for Finance and Administration, and is housed in the Administrative Building office # AD 254A. Questions and complaints regarding Title IX may be directed to the Title IX Coordinator or the Office of Civil Rights at the following locations and or contact information.
Exec. Dir. For Compliance and Human Resources and Title IX Coordinator
1200 Old Trenton Rd. – AD 101
West Windsor, NJ 08550
Mail to: PO Box 17202, Trenton NJ 08690
Voice Phone: (609) 570-3635
Individuals experiencing harassment or discrimination also always have the right to file a formal grievance with the government authorities:
Office for Civil Rights
U.S. Department of Education
32 Old Slip, 26th Floor
New York, NY 10005-2500
Telephone: (646) 428-3800
Facsimile: (646) 428-3843