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Annual Collaborative Campaign Manager

Posted by United Arts of Central Florida ; Posted on 
Annual Collaborative Campaign Manager




As the fourth largest united arts campaign in the United States, the United Arts Collaborative Campaign for the Arts unites the Central Florida community to support the arts each year in a public campaign from February 1-April 30 with a silent phase from November-December to capture year-end giving.  The campaign manager functions as part of the development team and focuses on planning and executing the annual Collaborative Campaign for the Arts working with 32+ partner organizations in reaching their organizational goals and the United Arts – Arts For ALL Fund individual giving goal during the Collaborative Campaign. The Campaign Manager will assist in meeting the organization’s fundraising goals as defined by the organization’s annual budget.

Essential Duties

  • Collaborative Campaign for the Arts
    • Manage all aspects of the annual Collaborative Campaign for the Arts.
    • Develop and maintain a timeline of campaign activities and deadlines.
    • Draft pledge form, campaign solicitation and acknowledgment letters for approval by supervisor
    • Ensure campaign materials are printed and distributed to partner organizations on time.
    • Work with database administrator to ensure partner reporting is sent accordingly to the agreed-upon schedule.
    • Work with marketing & communications director to develop marketing and communications strategy for the campaign.
    • Grow the online fundraising campaign and online donor development to include monthly giving.
    • Maximize the organization’s online and 3rd party fundraising tools; stay abreast of new and existing online fundraising technology and analyze the feasibility of success within the organization’s fundraising climate.
    • Field partner questions while providing exceptional customer service.
    • Field campaign donor questions and resolve issues while providing exceptional customer service.
    • Responsible for tracking campaign results and reporting and measuring results; create reports as requested.
    • Plan and staff the Campaign Summit and Campaign Debriefs and assist in other special events.
  • United Arts Donor Cultivation
    • Grow and maintain existing United Arts – Arts For ALL Fund donor relationships through coordinated communications (under $1,000 donors).
  • Workplace Giving
    • Manage and grow the organization’s workplace giving program.
    • Give workplace giving presentations on-site at corporate locations.
    • Work with marketing to ensure the online workplace giving portal is set up for new sites and active for existing sites.
    • Track workplace giving results and identify methods for growth at existing sites.
    • Identify new opportunities to raise funds through the workplace.
  • Outreach
    • Outside of campaign timing, attend marketing and community events to meet potential new donors.
  • Other
    • Assist with answering office phones.
    • Other duties as required

The salary range for this position is $45,000 – $52,000 annually based on experience.
Benefits include vision, medical, dental, and 401(k).


Job Details

Position Type: Full-Time
Category: Fundraising & Development
Education Requirement: Bachelor's
Experience Requirement: 1-2 years