For the past five years, the agency has been led by Liza Maupin who recently announced her intention to retire. As the current and highly-respected CEO steps aside, the Board of Directors has launched a search for a compelling leader who can perpetuate the powerful relationships and programs already in place while extending the agency’s capacity.
This position is responsible for providing high-level customer service in response to all functions of Big Brothers Big Sisters. These functions include Fund Development and Service Delivery. The director may handle all of the functions or supervise staff members that do so. The successful incumbent will produce positive outcomes in the following areas: partnership development, revenue, and Service Delivery standards, including but not limited to: inquiries, inquiry response rate, assessment quality, and new match goals.
Bachelor’s degree is required from an accredited, four-year college or university for this position; a degree in social services, human services or related field preferred.
This position is responsible for managing the financial, accounting and grant functions of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Alaska and For the Kids Foundation. This includes managing accounts payable and receivables, semi-monthly payroll, generating periodic financial reports as well as grant proposals and reports, supervising the accounting clerk and other duties including but not limited to the essential duties and responsibilities listed below.
Responsible for leading statewide fund development efforts through the acquisition, cultivation, and stewardship of individual donors. Works with the event coordinator to develop and manage local fundraising events. Acts as the primary staff contact for the local leadership council and works to develop and steward those relationships. Implements the fund development process within the parameters of the Statewide Fund Development Plan and in coordination with the Fund Development Team. Develops and implements statewide development plans.
The Director of Volunteer Recruitment is responsible for establishing meaningful corporate and community partnerships that create a pipeline of volunteers, as well as children and youth, for the agency’s mentoring programs. The Director of Volunteer Recruitment will set the strategy for long-term and short-term growth in volunteer recruitment, and manage key relationships which will drive that growth. This position will work closely with the resource development team in identifying and cultivating corporate prospects.
The Director of Special Events is responsible for developing and managing major fundraising events for Big Brothers Big Sisters of Metro Atlanta. Current annual events include Bowl for Kids’ Sake, Bigs Swing Fore Littles Golf Tournament and the Legacy Awards Gala. Key responsibilities include planning and implementing cost-effective events, setting revenue goals, forming relationships with and soliciting event sponsors and donors, supervising the Special Events Coordinator, and managing sponsors, contractors, vendors, employees and volunteers. An ideal candidate will have:
Do you like to create? Engage new people? Do you like to think about the big messages that need to be conveyed and also ensure that the little details are handled? When you are given a project with a deadline do you jump right on it and get it done on or before the deadline? Are you one that thinks about their audience? Can you rally a team to do extraordinary work and still have fun?
Big Brothers Big Sisters has an unbelievable opportunity for someone with a proven background in special events and campaign management. We are looking for:
For this position, the successful candidate will also coordinate our high-quality, after school mentoring program. This involves creating activity curricula, managing high school mentors, teaching leadership skills, and nurturing long-lasting match relationships, while working closely with school and after- school personnel.