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Manager, Fundraising and Business Development

Ontario Heritage Trust
Corporate and Business Services Branch
Language of Position(s):
Job Term:
1 Temporary - duration up to 12 months with possible extension.
Job Code:
5A004 - Admin05
$69,425.00 - $100,036.00 Per Year
Posting Status:
Open Targeted
Job ID:
Are you interested in leading and supporting the development and implementation of strategies, plans and materials for securing donations from individuals, corporations and foundations? Do you want to oversee the ongoing implementation of the Ontario Heritage Trust fundraising initiatives and ensure effective donor recognition and stewardship? If so, then this opportunity is for you, as the Ontario Heritage Trust requires a dynamic, results-oriented leader in fundraising and business development.

What can I expect to do in this role?

In this role, you will:
• Solicit prospective donors, including researching donor criteria, and developing strategies and effective approaches/tactics.
• Provide stewardship of successful donor/sponsor relationship through effective recognition and new opportunities for support.
• Determine groups to be solicited and develop marketing packages and communications for senior management review and approval.
• Manage and direct supporting documentation (e.g. constituent lists) and marketing materials.
• Develop campaigns (e.g. Planned Giving campaign), including researching and strategizing approach, directing the creation, layout and design of brochures and supporting materials, and implementing the campaign.
• Retain and supervise consultants, including developing terms of reference and contract.
• Manage corporate events and participate in strategy sessions for events and activities (e.g. Heritage Week, Doors Open) to identify corporate sponsorships.
• Manage the process for publishing Impact Reports, including researching and developing the content, developing layout and design and collaborating in creating pamphlets and materials.

How do I qualify?

Business Knowledge:

• You have knowledge of principles and techniques of fundraising, communication, promotion and project management.
• You are able to ensure that the appropriate strategies, plans and initiatives are developed and implemented.
• You can support achievement of established fundraising targets and promote Trust fundraising objectives.
• You have knowledge of developments, techniques and emerging trends in fundraising, donor/sponsor recognition and stewardship to monitor the effectiveness of strategies, and maintain and grow the donor/sponsor base.

Technical Skills:

• You are able to interpret and apply related legislation, legal and financial guidelines, policies, practices and precedents.
• You can solicit and inform donors of income tax advantages from contributions.

Project Management and Leadership Skills:

• You have effective project planning and supervising skills.
• You are able to develop and implement strategies, plans and approaches.
• You can supervise consultants and provide stewardship over the donor/sponsor relationship.

Communication and Interpersonal Skills:

• You have demonstrated oral and written communication skills to develop and implement campaigns.
• You are able to manage corporate events and the publishing process.
• You can prepare reports, updates and briefing materials.
• You are able to support the solicitation of donors.
• You have effective presentation skills to present the objectives and merits of donor participation.
• You have proven consultation, advisory and consensus-building skills to collaborate with a variety of committees and establish successful relationships with donors/sponsors.

Computer Skills:

• You are proficient with computer software (e.g., word processing, spreadsheets, and database) and specific applications/systems (e.g., Raiser's Edge) to maintain records and prepare reports, briefing notes and presentations.

OPS Commitment to diversity, inclusion, accessibility, and anti-racism:
We are committed to build a workforce that reflects the communities we serve and to promote a diverse, anti-racist, inclusive, accessible, merit-based, respectful, and equitable workplace.

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Additional Information:

  • 1 English Temporary, duration up to 12 months, 10 Adelaide St E, Toronto, Toronto Region
Compensation Group:
Association of Management, Administrative and Professional Crown Employees of Ontario
Communications; Marketing and Creative Services
Posted on:
Tuesday, February 15, 2022
  • C-HT-176104/22 
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