Tribal Tech, LLC is an American Indian SBA certified 8(m) woman-owned small business, headquartered in Alexandria, VA. We provide a diverse range of management and technical consulting services in the health/wellness, energy and education realm to federal agencies, state government, American Indian/Alaska Native tribes and private businesses. Our staff operates with the highest standards and principles that support legal and ethical business practices. Our guiding principles of “People, Performance and Partnership” embody an environment where employees are empowered and can flourish, and clients may fully benefit from our specialized capabilities.
The Associate Director supports campaign accounts comprised of various government agencies and offices in the pursuit of campaign goals within the prescribed regulations provided by the Fundraising Campaign. The Associate Director assists in the training and management of a team of Loaned Executives during the campaign. The Associate Director is responsible for customer service, project management, stewardship and innovation.
Location: Multiple Locations/Telework
Duties and Responsibilities:
- The Associate Director ensures continuity of messaging, campaign plan implementation and adherence to internal and external processing and regulatory requirements
- Develops relationships with campaign leadership, managers and key workers on assigned accounts. Conveys to the account leadership the competencies required for campaign leadership
- Trains, develops and educates the campaign leadership on all aspects of the campaign
- Advises and strategizes as a team on various techniques for increasing revenue and participation.
- Trains Loaned Executives (LEs) and provides LEs with direction, guidance, leadership and support throughout the campaign by providing LEs and federal campaign workers with pertinent information regarding their accounts.
- Along with the Agency Campaign Managers and LEs, negotiates and facilitates the setting of agency campaign revenue goals.
- Ensures LEs and account stakeholders order and receive their supplies and awards.
- At all times, follows the appropriate processes and security regarding pledge forms, donor data, and disclosure and advises others on the appropriate process as defined by the Central Campaign Administrator.
- Monitors performance of LEs throughout the campaign and writes overall performance assessments on each LE at the end of the campaign.
- Oversees the collection and organization of applicable task order deliverable reports
- Maintains reports, documents and files throughout the campaign and manages the storage of important documents in accordance with published policies at the end of the campaign, providing feedback on all accounts to the Executive Director/Project Manager upon completion of the campaign.
- Leads in other aspects of the campaign, including but not limited to account visits, assigned roles at LE training, account leadership training, and campaign events.
- Gathers campaign best practices and collaborates with the Executive Director/Project Manager on how to share that information.
- Educates account stakeholders about present and developing electronic donor pledge methods as determined.
- Contributes to the strategic plan development.
- Completes all reports as defined by Task Order deliverables.
In collaboration with the Executive Director, work to ensure campaign goals and objectives are met:
- Develops effective annual campaign strategy and program plans.
- Prepares campaign metrics and reports, and tracks progress toward achieving campaign goals per the task order deliverables schedule
- Assures uniform compliance with all Tribal Tech organizational policies and procedures.
- Promotes teamwork and works collaboratively and constructively with others within and across the organization and in Federal departments and agencies.
- Identifies problems and challenges and recommends solutions to the Executive Director.
- Work to ensure LFCC members working on behalf of the campaign are provided adequate, timely and quality support.
- Assures engagement of Agency leadership at the highest level appropriate to ensure AD and LE engagement in the agency is secure and at the appropriate level.
- Oversees the official campaign calendar of events as it relates to assigned accounts.
- Provides leadership to implement policies in acceptable use of technology, records retention, information security, & pledge processing procedures.
- Other duties as assigned
Education and Experience:
- Bachelor’s Degree.
- A minimum of seven (7) years’ experience in project management, fundraising, sales, and/or training.
- Supervisory experience required.
- Excellent communication and presentation skills.
- Customer service focus is essential.
- Strong interpersonal skills and an effective team player.
- Ability to multitask and prioritize; must be organized.
- Must be available to travel locally.
- MS Office suite experience.
Equal Opportunity Employer/Veterans/Disabled
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