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Vice President Financial Resource Development
Jewish Federation of Greater Toledo
6465 Sylvania Avenue
Sylvania, OH 43560

Principal Responsibilities:

POSITION SUMMARY

The Jewish Federation of Greater Toledo ("JFGT") is seeking a Vice President Financial Resource Development. Working with and reporting to the Chief Executive Officer of JFGT, VPFRD will coordinate and lead an integrated financial resource development ("FRD") team that is responsible for annual fundraising for JFGT, and legacy and endowed giving and operations of the Toledo Jewish Community Foundation ("TJCF"), which is a division of JFGT. The VPFRD will supervise, manage and inspire the Donor Development and Women's Philanthropy Officer ("DDWPO"), the Foundation Operations Officer ("FOO") and the Foundation Associate ("FA").The successful candidate will be an innovative leader and a team player, with strong interpersonal skills and a desire to cultivate relationships at all levels.

The VPFRD is a full-time exempt employee of JFGT and requires residency in the Toledo area.

MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES

Salary commensurate with experience ($110,000-$120,000) plus benefits including healthcare, pension, paid vacation, sick time, cellphone allowance, professional development expenses, YMCA membership.

To apply, please submit resume and cover letter to tina@jewishtoledo.org

Minimum Qualifications:

QUALIFICATIONS

Salary:

105,000 - 120,000

Agency Information:

BACKGROUND

JFGT is the central address for Jewish philanthropy, community programing and services for the Jewish community of northwest Ohio and part of southeast Michigan. JFGT includes a successful endowment program thorough the Toledo Jewish Community Foundation, (TJCF), a seven-figure annual campaign, a professionally staffed Jewish Community Relations Council, a preschool in its own building, PJ Library program, an active Next Jewish Generation program, Hillel programs at two regional universities, dedicated programming for community members age 60 and better, a Jewish Family and Social Services division that operates a food pantry and provides transportation coordination, patient advocacy services, and in home care coordination and support.The JFGT also operates the Toledo Jewish Community Cemetery Association that maintains two cemeteries.

JFGT's annual campaign has consistently generated over $1 million dollars from over 525 donors for many years. TJCF has been cultivated within the Toledo Jewish community for over 25 years and is responsible for an investment portfolio of over $50 million dollars. TJCF coordinates contributions and distributions for 58 donor advised funds. TJCF provides management supervision for four supporting organizations with over $18 million dollars in assets as well as dozens of restricted and designated funds including Lion of Judah Endowments and Perpetual Annual Campaign Endowments.

The Toledo Jewish community is small but continues to support three synagogues as well as Chabad. Toledo boasts the University of Toledo, the Toledo Mudhens, the nationally recognized Toledo Zoo and the Toledo Museum of Art.Toledo is at the cross-roads of America with easy north/south highway access on I-75 and east/west highway access on I-80.It is within 50 minutes driving to Ann Arbor, 55 minutes to Detroit, 2.5 hours to Cleveland, and 4 hours to Chicago.