TCS Director of Development
For nearly 55 years, our fundraising approach has ensured equitable access to quality mental health services for community members.
Seeking a Director of Development to lead the development initiatives for TCS. Join us as we launch a new 5-year strategic plan and celebrate our 55th year.
Following the completion of a capital campaign which raised close to $4M for the purchase, renovation, and endowment of a permanent home, TCS is poised to drive tremendous growth in major donor and annual giving, foundation grants and planned gifts. The Director of Development, a member of the senior leadership team, is a key external ambassador for the organization and works closely with the Executive Director, the Director of Clinical Operations and members of the Board of Trustees. The Director provides oversight to the Development Committee of the Board and supervises one full-time Development Associate.
The Director of Development for TCS is responsible for all aspects of the fundraising and marketing functions, including, but not limited to, major gift acquisition, planned giving, events, annual appeals, grant writing and marketing strategies.
Position Scope and Responsibilities:
- Manage multi-faceted development program that includes individual giving, corporate support, foundation grants, events, and planned giving
- Serve as member of Senior Leadership Team with Executive Director, Director of Clinical Operations and Director of Finance and Operations
- In coordination with Executive Director, Director of Clinical Operations, Board of Directors, and appropriate consultant(s), participate in strategic planning process and manage major fundraising efforts including capital campaigns
- Create and implement multi-year plan to identify, cultivate, acquire, and retain donors
- Coordinate and manage annual fundraising benefit as well as additional cultivation/stewardship events, including periodic community outreach programs not directly tied to fundraising
- Plan, coordinate, and manage direct mail, as well as online funding drives
- Write content and oversee production of TCS’s newsletters and promotional materials
- Create development-related content for TCS’s website and social media
- Research, write, and manage foundation funding proposals and reports
- Provide timely and accurate fundraising reports to the Executive Director, Development Committee, and Board of Directors
- Regenerate and redesign TCS’s Junior Board – a young professionals fundraising board
- Work to create awareness and grow culture of philanthropy throughout the organization and community
Experience and Qualifications:
- A minimum of 5 years professional development experience, with at least 2 in a senior role preferred
- Exceptional written and verbal communication skills
- Attention to detail and commitment to excellence and success
- A proven track record of success in raising major gifts from individuals and institutions
- Experience in planning, executing and managing events and campaigns
- Adept at balancing multiple priorities in a dynamic work environment
- Experience with broad-based fundraising and marketing strategies – including direct mail and social media
- Knowledge and understanding of current fundraising trends and training
- Demonstrated ability to work effectively with staff colleagues, board members, and volunteer leaders
- Working knowledge of fundraising and marketing software; Raiser’s Edge knowledge a plus
- Fluency in all Microsoft Office programs
- Strong desire to be a part of hardworking, self-directed, cohesive team
- Experience and/or education in a health and/or mental health setting strongly preferred
- Ability to maintain the highest degree of discretion and confidentiality
- Ability to maintain poise, diplomacy, and grace under pressure
The position of Development Director will be compensated with a competitive salary commensurate with experience.
Please send resume, cover letter, and one fundraising-related writing sample to the attention of Dr. Whitney Ross and Dr. Peggy Grauwiler at: email@example.com
TCS adheres to a policy that prohibits discrimination on the basis of race, color, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion, creed, national or ethnic origin, citizenship status, age, disability, veteran status or any other legally protected class. We are committed to a culture of diversity and inclusion.
Part-Time, Per Diem LSWs
LSW, seeking clinical practice and hours for certification.
TCS provides counseling, psychotherapy, psychoeducation and testing services to the greater Princeton area. Clients served include children, adolescents, adults and seniors from diverse backgrounds. We accept private insurance, self-pay and offer sliding scale and grant funded options.
Flexible schedule includes afternoons, evenings, and weekends – minimum 10 client hours per week up to 19 client hours a week. Supervision towards licensing as licensed clinical social worker is provided.
TCS clinicians have administrative support and access to light-filled treatment rooms, in our newly renovated space.
Requirements: Candidates must have a master’s in social work with a concentration in clinical direct practice and hold an LSW license in the state of New Jersey.
Bilingual Spanish/English candidates strongly encouraged to apply. Highly competitive hourly rate.
Benefits: Liability coverage, weekly supervision towards clinical license, ongoing professional development, monthly group consultations and peer supervision and TCS-funded evidence based and trauma informed CE trainings up to 15 or more credits per academic year. Our Speaker Series and workshops offer additional professional development options and opportunities to present.
Interested candidates please send cover letter and resume to: Peggy Grauwiler, PhD, LCSW, Director of Clinical Operations: firstname.lastname@example.org Please no phone calls.
For more information on our services www.trinitycounseling.org
TCS adheres to a policy that prohibits discrimination on the basis of race, color, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion, creed, national or ethnic origin, citizenship status, age, disability, veteran status, or any other legally protected class. We are committed to a culture of diversity and inclusion.