How to Apply
Following is a listing of current opportunities. Please check back to this page for future employment opportunities with our agency!
Unless otherwise stated, applicants should send Gregory House’s Employment Application, a resume, a cover letter stating qualifications for the desired position, and the names and contact information for three relevant references.
Applications may be submitted via regular mail, fax, or email as attachment as follows:
Gregory House Programs
200 N. Vineyard Blvd, Suite A310
Honolulu, HI 96817
Fax: (808) 628-6937
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Resource Development Director
The Resource Development Director (RDD) is responsible for managing fundraising and resource development activities for the organization including stewardship of individual and corporate donors, grant writing, special events and coordination of volunteers. The position will be responsible for meeting quantitative goals that will be outlined collaboratively between the Executive Director and the RDD. The RDD will support the Executive Director in representing Gregory House Programs in the community, and develops and maintains the agency’s individual, corporate and private foundation relationships.
Provide leadership on all fundraising initiatives including individual gifts, major gifts, special events, sponsorships, and broadening of our development approach in planned giving and social media; private foundation grant research, grant writing, and private foundation grant reports are also included. Identify, organize and manage the fundraising activities with a focus on new possibilities to obtain ongoing and increased support from corporations, public and private funding organizations, faith communities and individuals. Responsible for formulating a funding strategy which deepens the commitment of existing donors, maximizes the number of supporters and develops opportunities for all to contribute to Gregory House Programs to support the agency in its success in realizing its mission.
— Work with the Executive Director to develop a comprehensive annual fundraising plan that includes goals and strategies.
— Develop and implement a donor stewardship program.
— Conduct grant research, grant writing and reporting. Responsible for private foundation grant writing; and responsible for writing interim and final private foundation grant reports.
— Guide, coach and enable volunteers to be actively and productively involved in fundraising and public relations activities and projects.
— Develop plans to help establish and maintain relationships with donors and expand donor recognition events.
Support marketing and public relations efforts. Monitor and evaluate the fundraising infrastructure to ensure that systems, processes and policies are consistent with the development and achievement of fundraising goals.
Education/Experience: Bachelor’s degree and three to five years of experience in a senior development position. Proven track record in major gift stewardship and grant writing. Experience cultivating major donor relationships.
Desired skills: Exceptional leadership and program management skills with attention to timeliness and fiscal accountability; able to effectively motivate volunteers; able to create and work as part of a team; effective interpersonal skills; outstanding written and verbal communication skills; self-starter and able to take initiative to reach organizational goals; ability to handle multiple projects simultaneously; demonstrate integrity, perseverance and confidentiality; proficiency with MS Office software and computer database programs. Experience in successful event management, grant writing and annual giving campaigns desirable; familiarity with social media approaches in fundraising desirable; familiarity with local community and local private foundations preferred.
Please send cover letter with resume to the e-mail identified in this listing, or eFax to Jonathon Berliner your Cover Letter and Resume to (808) 628-6937.
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Gregory House is an equal opportunity employer. Women, Persons with HIV/AIDS, and other minorities are encouraged to apply.