Career Opportunities

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Campaign Strategist

Position Summary
The campaign strategist is a full-time, salaried position, reporting to the Chief Philanthropy Officer (CPO). This team member is responsible for co-developing and executing fundraising strategies in partnership with the CPO, designed to strengthen Brown County United Way’s impact in the community. This involves, but is not limited to, the annual workplace campaign, new business engagement, year-round corporate giving opportunities, donor recognition, and other strategies that build relationships with new and existing donors.

Qualities and Qualifications
The ideal team member believes in diversity, equity, and inclusion for all people; is passionate about improving the quality of life for everyone in Brown County; has the ability to work both autonomously and collaboratively; is highly organized, flexible and can effectively multitask; has excellent oral and written communication skills. Related bachelor’s degree or relevant experience in relationship building and fundraising.

Key Responsibilities
Under the direction of and collaboration with the Chief Philanthropy Officer, shall:

- Oversee a multimillion-dollar workplace giving campaign:

  • Plan and execute the workplace campaign including the campaign timeline, volunteer engagement, and promotions.
  • Lead the Loaned Executive Program.
  • Assist in attracting and retaining new businesses and donors.
  • Collaborate with CPO to lead campaign chairs and campaign cabinet.
  • Collaborate with the Communication & Engagement Strategist to prepare all campaign materials and donor segmented donor marketing materials.
  • Steward relationships with corporate leaders of all workplace campaigns.
  • Maintain and update donor records using Andar database.
  • Develop and execute year-round corporate giving opportunities.

- Solicit in-kind contributions and sponsorships.
- Attend Resource Development Committee and subcommittee meetings.
- Attend education/training programs based on identified needs.
- Other duties as assigned.

Work Environment
We offer a hybrid work model, enabling staff to work both in the office and remotely. We also have a “dress your day” policy for allowing employees to select appropriate dress for the business of each workday.

Salary Range $50,000 - $55,000 annually

To Apply Email a resume and letter of interest to corrissa@browncountyunitedway.org

 

 

 

It is the policy of Brown County United Way to maintain and promote equal employment opportunities in all its relations with employees without regard to age, race, color, religion, sex, national origin, ancestry, political beliefs, disability, marital status, sexual orientation or any other category protected by law. All personnel decisions shall be made in accordance with both the principles of equal opportunity and valid job requirements. Our policy will affect all employment practices in connection with, but not limited to, hiring, recruitment, transfer, promotion, advertising for employment, training, salary and other forms of compensation, benefits, layoff or termination, treatment during employment, use of facilities, or disciplinary action.

HubCAP Community Resource Navigator

Position Summary
The Community Resource Navigator will assist in the delivery of mobile, collaborative, place-based services to individuals living and working within Brown County through a new initiative called the HubCAP (Community Access Partnership). The position will be a crucial connector to help individuals and families who struggle to attain and maintain stability in their education, health, housing, and financial wellbeing. The position is full-time salaried with benefits and reports to the HubCAP Project Coordinator

Qualities and Qualifications
The ideal team member believes in diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging for all people; is passionate about improving the quality of life for everyone in Brown County; has the ability to effectively work with a wide variety of individuals and groups; is highly organized, flexible, and can effectively multitask. Familiarity with the social services system in the community. Advantages: Related Bachelor’s degree or equivalent certification or training. Experience working and engaging with diverse communities and populations. Lived experience finding community services and other resources to meet your needs. Bilingual. Experience with Microsoft Office Suite and Google Suite.

Key Responsibilities

  • Develop a deeper understanding of and collect real-time information about the unique needs and challenges experienced by Brown County residents.
  • Collaborate with the HubCAP Project Coordinator, other Brown County United Way team members, Brown County United Way’s Advocacy Council, and other multisector partners to help address community members’ needs and barriers to accessing services, resources, and information.
  • Organize week-to-week HubCAP locations, activities, and programming, including some evenings and weekends. − Help community members engaging with the HubCAP to obtain the services and supports they need.
  • Be familiar with or be willing to learn about local information and referral resources, including but not limited to 211, Family Services Crisis Center, the Aging & Disability Resource Center of Brown County, and MyConnectionsNEW.org.
  • Participate in Brown County area resource fairs, community coalitions, clinics, and outreach initiatives as assigned.
  • Willingness to attend trainings and obtain certifications funded by the employer as needed.
  • Possess a valid Wisconsin driver’s license and be able to drive HubCAP vehicles throughout Brown County on a daily basis.
  • Provide backup staff support to the overall organization as needed.
  • Other duties as assigned by the HubCAP Project Coordinator.

Work Environment
We offer a hybrid work model, enabling staff to work both in the office and remotely. We also have a “dress your day” policy for allowing employees to select appropriate dress for the business of each workday.

To Apply Email a resume and letter of interest to jenni@browncountyunitedway.org

It is the policy of Brown County United Way to maintain and promote equal employment opportunities in all its relations with employees without regard to age, race, color, religion, sex, national origin, ancestry, political beliefs, disability, marital status, sexual orientation or any other category protected by law. All personnel decisions shall be made in accordance with both the principles of equal opportunity and valid job requirements. Our policy will affect all employment practices in connection with, but not limited to, hiring, recruitment, transfer, promotion, advertising for employment, training, salary and other forms of compensation, benefits, layoff or termination, treatment during employment, use of facilities, or disciplinary action.