Job Opportunities

Department:       Development
Reports to:         President & CEO   
Status:                Exempt, Full-Time
Job Location:    Stuart, FL | Onsite



Provides overall management to the employee workplace and corporate giving campaigns as well as the neighborhood and individual giving campaigns. Collaborates with volunteers and staff to establish and strengthen relationships with employers, maximizing their corporate and employee giving to meet organizational goals. Responsible for growing and stewarding relationships to help United Way of Martin County support its mission through individual and planned gifts. Works in partnership with President & CEO on philanthropic duties of the United Way of Martin County Foundation.


  1. Implement successful fundraising and relationship building strategies to retain and grow our donor base.
  2. Provides support and direction to staff and the campaign committee in securing contributions for the annual campaign, special initiatives and custom giving interests of corporate and individual donors. 
  3. Input and maintain all data on donors in database.


  1. Manage major gifts and planned giving program by: 
    1. Cultivating, soliciting and stewarding existing major and planned giving donors. 
    2. Identifying and soliciting new major and planned gifts for UWMC. 
  2. Manage Tocqueville Society major donor program by: 
    1. Cultivating, soliciting and stewarding existing Tocqueville Society donors and prospective donors. 
    2. Administering the Tocqueville Society Co-Chairs and Cabinet 
    3. Ensuring partnerships with Campaign team for access to workplaces with Tocqueville Society engagement opportunities.  
  3. Foundation Responsibilities - Refer to Foundation Development Plan for duties. 


  • Bachelor’s degree in business administration, non-profit management, or a related field. Five (5) years successful experience in business, preferably in sales/marketing, or fundraising. 
  • CFRE (Certified Fund Raising Executive) preferred. 
  • Demonstrated success in leading and developing major fundraising initiatives (or comparable activities within the corporate sector) preferably in a human service setting. Experience in both business and not-for-profit settings preferred. 
  • Administrative and managerial experience working with volunteers required. 
  • Computer proficiency required in customer relationship management systems, Microsoft Office software programs, and electronic giving and information exchange. 


  • Responsible for management of special revenue projects and opportunities. 
  • Participates in all fundraising activities.
  • Works with the staff and volunteers to develop goals and objectives for the United Way’s annual workplace campaign and develop and direct the implementation of long- and short-term plans to meet those goals and objectives. 
  • Assumes primary staff responsibility for Campaign Committee meetings, overseeing the activities of the Committee. Works directly with the Campaign Committee chair in the identification and recruitment of Campaign Committee members. 
  • Educates staff, volunteers and members of the business and financial community about United Way’s annual workplace campaign. 
  • Evaluates campaign results, recommends changes, and organizes and develops an appropriate volunteer structure through which the community-wide support for the fundraising appeal is achieved. 
  • Establish and supervise a spirited and resourceful team of volunteers that accepts the challenges of growing relationships and generating investments from donors. 
  • Develop and maintain data entry procedures and best practices to ensure consistency of information in the donor database. Uphold the disciplined use of Donation Tracker system for data capture in accordance with existing procedures. 
  • Establish systems and tools to monitor and report development progress. 
  • Assure the preparation of documentation and relevant campaign-related reports. 
  • Represent UWMC at public and private functions. 
  • Performs other duties as assigned by supervisor. 
  • Due to the leadership role United Way is called upon to play in the community, particularly during times of crisis, it is the expectation that all United Way staff will be fully engaged in the organization's crisis plan and response efforts. 


The environment is climate controlled (i.e., heated and air-conditioned). Lighting is adequate through overhead lighting as well as windows and blinds. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. 

Physical demands include sitting and/or standing for extended periods of time, bending, lifting approximately 25 pounds, regular use of the telephone, copier, fax machine and computer. Demands also involve protracted concentration.


  • $70,000 - $90,000 Commensurate with experience.


To apply, send a resume and cover letter to by July 8, 2024.