This position is primarily responsible for providing strategic direction and ensuring execution of successful Combined Federal Campaign activities for all assigned zones within the designated region. This position requires the qualified candidate to be a self-starter who can multi-task in a fast paced environment, working independently as well as with other members of a team and lead a cadre of staff. The Regional Director will be responsible for recruiting, training and supervising zone level staff within each of the assigned zones. In collaboration with the zone staff, the Regional Director will be responsible for required reporting and relationship building with the LFCC.
Campaign Management Support
- Coordinate with the LFCC’s and former PCFO from each of the assigned zones for the transfer of tangible items, three year’s campaign history, data, agency contact lists, documents and service agreements.
- Based on the historical data provided from the former PCFO’s for each zone, provide data analysis and recommended structure for organizing the agencies within each zone. Identify processes and deliverables requested by the LFCC that are specific to that particular zone.
- Recruit, train and supervise a zone staff for each assigned zone.
- In collaboration with the zone staff, support the LFCC in the identification and recruitment of campaign workers including LFCC members, campaign coordinators, loaned executives and key workers.
- Provide approved campaign structure report including historical data to the CCA for each zone in the designated region.
- Complete orders of all printed campaign materials, promotional items and awards (if applicable) for all zones ensuring timeliness and economies of scale. Ensure all materials have been approved by the respective LFCCs before being printed.
- Develop a template campaign plan that can be customized for each zone. The template should include strategies to increase participation and overall giving within the zone. The template should include a campaign calendar, social media plan, large scale campaign events and training sessions, volunteer and donor recognition, campaign worker training and ongoing communications
- Develop and execute a Loaned Executive training program for all assigned zones in the region. The training should include sessions throughout the campaign via conference call or webinar.
- Support the zone staff in planning on-site coordinator and key worker training sessions.
- In collaboration with other Regional Directors and CFC staff, help conduct web-based training sessions.
- In collaboration with the zone staff, provide support for the LFCC to include developing and distributing meeting agendas and handouts, attending meetings and taking minutes. Following the meeting, minutes should be sent to the LFCC Chair for approval within three business days.
- Support the planning and execution of all large scale events and attend if budgets allow.
- Work with the LFCC and the zone staff to develop and implement an awards program that encompasses all the former campaign regions in each zone.
- Develop and implement a plan for local charity outreach for each assigned zone. The plan should include training for charities on the methods and requirements for engaging donors in the federal workplace, a process for involving charities in local campaign events and outreach to charities about the 2018 application process with a goal to increase the number of charity applicants in each zone.
Campaign Marketing Support
- Coordinate with the national marketing OC, national printing OC and CCA regarding the scheduling and production of all marketing and training materials. Customize materials for the zone as requested.
- Using the template provided by the National Marketing OC, prepare a local marketing plan for each assigned zone.
- Work to obtain publicity for the campaign.
- Provide the following reports to the LFCC in each zone
- Campaign status (weekly)
- Help desk summary
- LFCC meeting minutes (five days following meeting)
- Report on program by task (monthly)
- Evaluation report (at the completion of the campaign)
- Other reports as identified in the task orders
- Bachelor’s Degree in a related field from an accredited college or university
- 7-10 years of experience in business, non-profit management, finance or related field
- Previous supervisory and/or volunteer management experience and ability to manage remote staff
- Must be able to work effectively within the military and federal government environment
- Demonstrated ability in training, marketing, logistics administration and/or fundraising
- Excellent communication (oral and written) and presentation skills
- Superior project management experience and ability to manage multiple projects and meet deadlines with a focus on results
- Customer service focus is essential
- Strong interpersonal skills
- Must be an enthusiastic, flexible and effective team player
- Must be organized with a strong attention to detail and able to work remotely and independently
- Some travel required
Interested candidates—To apply for this position, please send a cover letter and resume, with salary expectations and history to Human Resources at [email protected].
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