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JOB TITLE: Director of Development
REPORTS TO: Executive Director
SALARY: Full Time/Benefits/Exempt

Director of Development

The Breast Cancer Resource Center (BCRC) works to empower those affected by breast cancer with personalized support and compassion and envisions a world where no one faces breast cancer alone. The dedicated team at BCRC is working to build a strong and impactful peer support network to serve Central Texans experiencing breast cancer and we want you to join us!

BCRC is looking for an experienced Director of Development to develop and implement a comprehensive fundraising program to maintain and expand philanthropic support of the organization, currently raising over

$1.7 million annually in support of our mission. Reporting to the Executive Director, this position serves as a member of the Leadership Team and works in close collaboration with the Executive Director and Board of Directors to achieve robust, strategic revenue goals for sustainable programmatic growth. The Director of Development plays a direct role in fundraising and oversees donor initiatives, with an emphasis on special events, including Art Bra Austin® and major gifts. This position leads the Development team, including marketing and communications, and has three direct reports.

BCRC currently operates under a hybrid work model which includes WFH for staff the majority of the time, complemented by limited in-office time at a small BCRC office at ACC’s Highland Business Center for team meetings, small group meetings and individual work, as preferred.

As the Director of Development, you will

  • Work closely with Executive Director to establish an organizational understanding of mission- driven fund development and its importance to the stability of BCRC
  • Develop and implement a comprehensive fundraising program, which includes annual fund, major gifts, corporate/foundation giving, grants, special events, and third-party fundraisers
  • Personally secure financial support from individuals, foundations, and corporations; Foster strong donor and sponsor stewardship; engage staff and key BCRC volunteers in fundraising
  • Supports the development of annual organizational budget; leads revenue projections
  • Manage fund development by ensuring appropriate systems, policies, procedures, collateral, gift acknowledgment, and reporting are in place
  • Implement strategic use of fundraising software for appropriate donor cultivations and stewardship
  • Oversees the development of a comprehensive annual donor communications plan
  • Leads design and implementation of marketing programs and special events to maximize prospect/donor engagement
  • Lead efforts to raise the profile of BCRC in the community and effectively communicate the mission, goals, and accomplishments to current donors, prospective donors, and the broader community
  • Provides leadership, guidance, support, training, and direct supervision to the Development team, and manage day-to-day activities of the Development Department
  • Assess goals, timelines, and resources and modify plan to achieve annual revenue goals
  • Generate reports to track and analyze development campaigns and fundraising appeals
  • Coordinate and lead gift solicitations by Executive Director and Board of Directors, helping to identify and cultivate major gift donors
  • Build a comprehensive grants program – identifying relevant opportunities, building internal grants infrastructure, overseeing grants applications, submissions, reporting, stewardship
  • Contribute to internal and external reporting, including annual report and board reports

Required Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s degree in nonprofit administration, business, communications, or related field
  • CFRE certification
  • Minimum of 5-7 years’ experience in development, institutional advancement, or resource development, including 3-5 years successfully managing a development team
  • Proactive, self-motivated leader who excels in a team setting
  • Ability to analyze and leverage data in decision making
  • Proven ability to build and lead a team to success and foster a culture of accountability, inclusiveness, teamwork, and collaboration with others; experience implementing and managing performance measurements to achieve success
  • Strong communication skills, administration, and organizational and follow through skills that cultivate both internal and external relationships
  • Experience with sales and marketing strategies, grant management, especially with restricted grants, and event planning
  • Demonstrated success in effective oral and written communication skills
  • Understands and values equity as an organizational operating principle and is committed to continued learning on issues related to diversity, equity, inclusion and belonging
  • Knowledge of racial justice, social equity, and systemic racism; sensitivity to issues and concerns of communities of color and other diverse groups
  • High level of emotional intelligence, political astuteness, diplomacy, and relationship building skills
  • Proven ability to manage multiple, deadline-driven projects and responsibilities
  • Strong interpersonal skills, including the ability to build relationships with diverse groups of staff, donors, volunteers, and clients
  • Must be a strong and collaborative team player

Bonus points for

  • Experience leading the planning and implementation of large-scale fundraising events
  • In-depth knowledge of the Central Texas community, nonprofit sector, and local philanthropic network

To Apply: If this sounds like you, please submit your Cover Letter along with your Resume and tell us why this is your job. Submissions can be sent to: careers@bcrc.org

BCRC benefits include 100% employer paid health/dental/vision insurance for employees, short and long-term disability coverage, life insurance, remote work, generous paid time off

BCRC is committed to providing an inclusive and welcoming experience for all community members who want to be involved with our mission. People who have direct experience with breast cancer and those from backgrounds underrepresented in nonprofit management are strongly encouraged to apply.

JOB TITLE: Director of Operations
REPORTS TO: Executive Director
SALARY: Full Time/Benefits/Exempt

Director of Operations

The Breast Cancer Resource Center (BCRC) works to empower those affected by breast cancer with personalized support and compassion and envisions a world where no one faces breast cancer alone. The dedicated team at BCRC is working to build a strong and impactful peer support network to serve Central Texans experiencing breast cancer and we want you to join us!

BCRC is looking for a highly organized Director of Operations to develop and maintain a strong organizational infrastructure that supports efficient and effective work practices, policies and procedures. Reporting to the Executive Director, this position serves as a member of the Leadership Team and contributes to the development of long-term operational strategies that ensure we deliver on our organizational mission. The Director of Operations is involved in many of the day-to-day activities of the organization and plays an integral role in the organization’s success. The area of responsibility for this role is broad and encompasses operational aspects of human resources, data management, and includes numerous administrative responsibilities. The Director of Operations will develop a breadth of knowledge of all things BCRC to help “connect the dots” across the organization and help to ensure effective communication across the teams.

BCRC currently operates under a hybrid work model which includes WFH for staff the majority of the time, complemented by limited in-office time at a small BCRC office at ACC’s Highland Business Center for team meetings, small group meetings and individual work, as preferred.

As the Director of Operations, you will

  • Review, analyze and evaluate business procedures; implement policies and procedures that will improve day-to-day operations; work with team to build institutional knowledge
  • Organize and maintain electronic files including accounting and board related documents; ensure BCRC meets compliance standards
  • Assist Executive Director (ED) with management of administrative and strategic projects related to the long-term development of the organization
  • Work with ED and leadership team to manage annual organizational workplan and budgeting process, creating timelines, processes, and procedures to ensure optimal team performance
  • Assist in evaluating overall organizational effectiveness by collecting, analyzing and interpreting data and metrics; Assist in establishing and maintaining organizational dashboard(s); facilitate reports for internal and external organizational use including funder reports
  • Build foundational knowledge of client database and provide team support (Salesforce)
  • Work with ED to plan monthly All Staff meetings; provide administrative and logistical support
  • Assist ED in preparation for all internal and community focused board meetings, working group meetings, and other meetings as needed
  • Manage BCRC physical office, including printing, office supplies, office equipment; Serve as key point of contact for organizational vendors
  • Perform financial administrative duties, including distribute/reconcile petty cash, supporting the development team in processing and printing checks and making deposits
  • Human Resources Administration to include: new hire orientation/paperwork, onboarding, employee handbook, HR policies, maintain personnel files; Work closely with PEO on bi-weekly payroll processing
  • Assist in managing BCRC’s use of technology and systems; Serve as liaison with IT provider to ensure the team has the IT support it requires
  • Other administrative duties as assigned, including mail pick up

Required Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s degree in business, public policy, or related field
  • 4-6 years in business operations, non-profit management ore related experience
  • Strong excel knowledge; proficiency in MS Office products; Experience with CRM databases
  • Excellent organizational skills, including the ability to manage multiple tasks and projects simultaneously with great attention to detail and while meeting deadlines
  • Ability to work collaboratively with colleagues as well as independently with limited supervision and high level of initiative
  • High level of emotional intelligence, political astuteness, diplomacy
  • Demonstrated ability to build relationships, influence others and offer strategic perspective
  • Experience communicating with senior leaders and team members internal / external to the organization while maintaining a positive customer service attitude, flexibility, and poise
  • Understands and values equity as an organizational operating principle and is committed to continued learning on issues related to diversity, equity, inclusion and belonging
  • Knowledge of racial justice, social equity, and systemic racism; sensitivity to issues and concerns of communities of color and other diverse groups
  • Ability to use written and verbal communication skills to easily translate data into understandable documents, communicate complex ideas and present data
  • Tact and discretion and ability to handle confidential information
  • Ability to work with people from a variety of backgrounds and experience
  • Must have access to transportation, valid driver’s license, and current auto insurance

Bonus points for

  • Analytical ability to summarize qualitative/quantitative data for reports, presentations, meetings
  • Salesforce experience
  • Knowledge and experience in the areas of healthcare, health equity, cancer support, patient navigation

To Apply: If this sounds like you, please submit your Cover Letter along with your Resume and tell us why this is your job. Submissions can be sent to: careers@bcrc.org

BCRC benefits include 100% employer paid health/dental/vision insurance for employees, short and long- term disability coverage, life insurance, remote work, generous paid time off 

BCRC is committed to providing an inclusive and welcoming experience for all community members who want to be involved with our mission. People who have direct experience with breast cancer and those from backgrounds underrepresented in nonprofit management are strongly encouraged to apply.