Are you a dynamic individual with a desire to join a dedicated, successful and positive team environment that offers top-level service to clients? Do you have the patience and perseverance to create outstanding experiences while being a team player every step of the way? Are you passionate about making a difference in the world through partnerships with local and international nonprofits? Join us at Gabriel Group!
Gabriel Group is an industry leader in developing integrated marketing campaigns that simply and accurately communicate the right message at the right time. We specialize in strategy development, creative services, data analysis and production in order to create and manage successfully innovative direct mail programs, digital campaigns and Internet based order fulfillment services for our partners around the world.
We thrive on the passion of our people, and we want you to be one of them. We will consider a satellite home office for the right candidate.
As a Fundraising Sales Executive . . .
Have the opportunity to serve the social good sector by helping multiple organizations achieve their goals.
Use your nonprofit fundraising experience and knowledge to strategically leverage conversations with these organizations, looking for ways to partner with them and contribute to their mission’s success.
Drive the entire sales cycle including identifying potential clients, determining prospect’s needs, negotiating and closing.
Generate new business by conducting market analysis and prospecting.
Act as a “solutions expert” consultant by helping partners with their unique fundraising issues and strategic initiatives.
You must have:
A demonstrated track record meeting and exceeding fundraising goals and/or success in raising money through development fundraising marketing.
Strong verbal and written communication skills with the ability to build and deliver powerful presentations.
A results-oriented mindset and strong attention to follow-through.
The ability and willingness to work flexibly in a fast-paced, fast-growing, dynamic, nonprofit environment.
The ability to analyze data.
A bachelor’s degree or higher with at least 5 years tenure in fundraising (i.e. Major Gift Officer, Development Director or a nonprofit Executive–level position).
Experience in managing a portfolio of sales/donor prospects.
Strong strategic and analytical thinking skills.
The ability to work independently as well as collaboratively with a team.
A willingness to be accountable to projections and goals.
The ability to travel up to 25% of the time.
You might have:
Current or prior sales experience.
Experience working with a creative team.
You will receive:
Competitive compensation and benefits, including medical, dental, vision, 401K, flexible spending, short and long term disability and life insurance.
Ongoing opportunities for development and career advancement based on merit.
Comprehensive training programs.
The chance to contribute to the Gabriel Group culture.
The opportunity to work in a creative, comfortable, progressive and fun environment.
Gabriel Group is an equal opportunity employer committed to programs that promote safety in the workplace. Drug testing is required prior to employment and may be requested subsequently.
Someone somewhere is passionate about your cause—whatever it is. In fact, many people probably are. The challenge is finding them and relating your message in a way that leverages their passion. At Gabriel Group, that’s exactly what we do.
When we are tied directly to our partner’s goals, it makes us just as invested in hitting high results. The work isn’t a task to be completed. We are not tra...nsactional; we are invested in the work. That is why we always come through and develop campaigns that are results driven, engaging and hit the mark.
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