Development Director, Dig Pink
Company: The Side-Out Foundation
Posted on: November 26, 2022
POSITION: Development Director, Dig PinkLOCATION: Greater
Washington DC, No. VASALARY: - $65,000 - $75,000HOURS: Full-time
(40 Hours Per Week)FLSA STATUS: ExemptThe Side-Out Foundation (SOF)
has an excellent opportunity for a Development Director in our No.
VA/ DC/VA Region. The position is Home Office based within the
Greater Washington D.C./ No. VA area. You will work directly with
schools, universities, and volleyball-affiliated teams, clubs, and
organizations in VA and Washington D.C. Under the direction of the
Vice President of Engagement Programs; Development Director is
responsible for applying proven community-building skills and sales
techniques to achieve revenue and program goals by acquiring new
accounts and renewing and growing existing accounts related to
university, club, and school fundraising and
development.Introduction: -Envision a future where breast cancer
isnt a terminal diagnosis and anyone receiving a metastatic breast
cancer diagnosis has hope for more tomorrows. This guiding
principle is at the heart of The Side-Out Foundations commitment as
a non-profit and research organization. We ask not if it is hard
but if it can make a difference in the lives of real people. Each
and every tomorrow matters. Every decision we make is to further
that fundamental goal. Is it easy? No. Is it worthwhile? You
bet!About Us: -The Side-Out Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit
organization that was established in 2004 to make a significant and
identifiable impact on the lives of metastatic breast cancer
patients and their families. The organization takes an innovative
approach using precision medicine to provide solutions for those
with metastatic breast cancer, specifically, with the goal of
becoming a source of hope for all those living with breast cancer
in search of answers and treatment options. Through our educational
and community-driven programs Dig Pink and the Ambassador Program,
we engage a new generation of young people in advocacy and
leadership development. -Responsibilities:
- Recruitment and cultivation of school/ university/ club
volunteers in assigned territory for Dig Pink and Ambassador
Program market partnership with the Side-Out Foundation
- Supports development and implementation of winning strategies
and plans to meet organizational mission and fundraising goals.
- Responsible for account management and Side-Out Foundation
cause promotion in existing and potential accounts within the high
school, university, and volleyball club market.
- Recruit, train, and develop coaches, student-athletes, and
volunteers at multiple levels throughout assigned schools,
universities, and clubs.
- Cultivates and grows relationships with coaches, teachers,
staff, and administrators within assigned territory schools, school
districts, and volleyball clubs and organizations.
- Year-round territory and portfolio management that successfully
stewards volunteers, donors, and mission partners to achieve
mission goals. -
- Effective anticipation of volunteer needs and problem-solving
that will include daily phone activity, meeting scheduling,
innovative thinking, and consistent follow-up. -
- Ability to travel daily -up to 75%. Includes ability and
willingness to accomplish high levels of travel within assigned
territory. Can visit 5-10 accounts daily.
- Attends conferences and/ or events to build community and drive
- Attends virtual and in-person meetings and training as mandated
or approved by the Vice President of Engagement Programs.
- Very limited overnight travel as pre-planned and aligned on
with the Vice President of Engagement Programs. -Essential Job
- Responsibilities include the recruitment and cultivation of
school/university, volleyball club volunteers in assigned territory
for Dig Pink, and Ambassador Program partnership with the Side-Out
- Responsible for the account management and Side-Out Foundation
cause promotion in existing accounts and within the high school,
university, and volleyball club market.
- Recruit, train, and develop volunteers at multiple levels
throughout the universities, volleyball clubs, schools, and school
districts to achieve revenue goals.
- Supports the development of and implementation of an annual
territory plan with recruitment, retention, and revenue goals,
including securing sponsorships and donations.
- Schedule and visit 5-10 Dig Pink teams/ team leads daily.
- Attends Dig Pink and Ambassador Program events as needed.
- Attends virtual and in-person meetings and training mandated or
approved by the Vice President of Engagement Programs.
- Very limited overnight travel as pre-planned and aligned on
with the Vice President of Engagement Programs. -
- Ability to lift and/or move up to 20 pounds with the
expectation that items in excess of 20 pounds would be broken down
into smaller components or additional assistance is required before
lifting and/or moving.Qualifications and Skills:Experience we
- Includes ability and willingness to accomplish high levels of
travel within assigned territory.
- Access to reliable transportation and ability to maintain valid
drivers license and auto insurance.
- Bachelors or some college plus experience. Bachelors degree
from an accredited university preferred. College coursework
combined with related experience may be substituted for a
- Must have at least 3 years of experience in outside sales/
territory management, or in a non-profit organization in a similar
capacity. This experience may also count toward satisfying this
positions educational requirement.
- Must possess excellent communication and relationship-building
- Ability to strategize, plan, analyze and forecast sales and
other numerical data.
- Skilled in written and oral communications, consultation, and
- Proven ability to sell and/ or recruit, train and counsel
volunteers to achieve goals and objectives.
- Must have at least basic knowledge and skill with Google
Workspace for word processing, email, presentations, and
- Must be at least 21 years old.Preferred skills we are looking
- Must be goal-driven with a strong desire to succeed.
- Is strategic and action-oriented.
- Ability to collaborate well with others.
- Excellent interpersonal skills that lead to strong
- Demonstrated verbal and written communication
skills.Compensation and Benefits:Attracting talented, committed
employees means offering a competitive benefits package, ongoing
professional development and training, and a diverse and inclusive
environment in which to work and grow. And we do.Benefits we offer:
- Employees scheduled to work at least 40 hours per week are
eligible to participate in Side-Out Foundation medical, dental, and
vision plans their first day of service.
- Side-Out subsidizes medical and dental costs to ensure benefits
- Eligible dependents under SOFs group benefit plans include
legal spouse, domestic partner, children under the age of 26, or
children who are disabled.
- SOF offers additional benefits like telehealth benefits for
general medical and behavioral health, flexible spending accounts,
life insurance, and disability coverage.
- Retirement Plans: SOF retirement plans offer employees a way to
start saving after their first paycheck. The retirement plans
provide employer matching once an employee joins a plan. -
- Unlimited PTO is offered to regular full-time employees. -
Regular full-time employees are eligible for unlimited PTO after
their first 30 days of service. -
- Full-time employees receive 8 paid holidays per year including:
New Years Day, Memorial Day, Juneteenth, Independence Day, Labor
Day, Thanksgiving Day and the day after Thanksgiving, and Christmas
Day. In addition, full-time employees also receive paid time off
for the regularly scheduled work days between December 26th and
January 1st. -
- SOF also provides Volunteer Time Off (VTO) to provide employees
the opportunity to make a difference with an organization of their
choice. Full-time employees receive one paid community service day
off per year and are encouraged to participate in projects,
programs, and organizations which contribute to the health and
vitality of their communities. -
- Leaves of Absence: SOF offers both Short Term and Long-Term
Disability benefits which replace earnings if you are unable to
work due to a non-work-related illness or injury. Additionally, SOF
provides up to six weeks of paid birth and recovery leave as well
as up to four weeks of paid parental leave for eligible employees
to allow parents to care for their children and themselves as their
families grow.Equal Opportunity Employer:The Side-Out Foundation
provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and
applicants in all company facilities without regard to race
(including hair texture and hairstyles), color, religious creed,
sex, national origin, ancestry, citizenship status, pregnancy,
childbirth, (or related medical conditions, including, but not
limited to lactation), physical disability, mental and/or
intellectual disability, age, military status or status as a
Vietnam-era or special disabled veteran, marital status, registered
domestic partner or civil union status, gender (including sex
stereotyping and gender identity or expression), medical condition
(including, but not limited to, cancer-related or
HIV/AIDS-related), genetic information, or sexual orientation in
accordance with applicable federal, state and local laws. This
policy applies to all terms and conditions of employment,
including, but not limited to, hiring, placement, promotion,
termination, layoff, recall, transfer, leaves of absence,
compensation, and training. At Side-Out Foundation, diversity,
inclusion, and equal opportunity applies to both our workforce and
the communities we serve as it relates to breast cancer research
care and access.
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