MCC seeks an engaging and organized networker who brings MCC’s “igniting potential” spirit to our fundraising endeavors. MCC is a statewide private nonprofit with its headquarter in Bozeman, MT. Our annual budget is approaching $10,000,000 and we serve over 500 participants annually in our various programs – AmeriCorps field crews, individual placements, youth corps programs, and partnerships with Native communities. We seek to raise $750,000 to $1 Million in order to support corps member development, equity initiatives, and our youth and tribal programs.
President/CEO, Board of Directors and program staff to spearhead MCC’s fundraising activities, with the focus on retaining supporters, acquiring new donors, and upgrading existing ones to higher levels of charitable giving. This position is ideal for someone with excellent social skills who loves building relationships and is looking to develop their experience as a fundraising professional. The applicant needs to be an engaging relationship builder and team-player, who is highly organized and detail oriented, a self-starter, and creative problem-solver. The applicant should have the ability to interact with genuine enthusiasm and professionalism with donors one-on-one, on the phone, and in group settings.
Primary functions of this position are the research, solicitation, stewardship, tracking and cultivation of donors. The Development Officer works with the President/CEO, Board of Directors and program staff to spearhead MCC’s fundraising activities, with the focus on retaining supporters, acquiring new donors, and upgrading existing ones to higher levels of charitable giving. The Development Officer will coordinate work with contracted services to ensure the timely development of grant proposals. The Development Officer will complete required grant reports with assistance from the CEO and program staff. The Development Officer works closely with MCC staff to develop compelling communications that advance our philanthropic objectives.