This position description is intended to describe the general nature and level of work being
performed by people in this category. It is not intended to be an exhaustive list of all
responsibilities, duties and skills required of people in these positions.
The Major Gift & Campaign Officer will be pivotal in securing the financial resources that will help Holden Village remain a thriving community for generations to come. The Major Gift & Campaign Officer works with donor families and institutions, taking a strategic approach to long-term relationship development that results in significant major and planned gifts. The successful candidate will be self motivated, entrepreneurial, detail-oriented and a successful relationship builder.
This is a Puget Sound-based position, primarily working from home with some travel within the West and Midwest, and regular trips to Holden. Estimated 25% of time over the course of a year will be spent traveling or on-site at Holden Village, with higher volume expected in the summer months and other high-peak guest times in the Village.
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• Enthusiasm for and ability to work in a remote wilderness setting.
• Willingness to participate in a mutual review after 6-months and 1-year on staff.
• Pledges to work in ways that support and fulfill Holden Village’s Mission, Vision, and Values and commits to the terms of the Community of Practice Agreement.
• Abides by Holden Village’s Community Health Protocols and Practices.
• Extends genuine hospitality to all villagers.
• Upholds and works to further Holden Village values of diversity, equality, respect, sustainability, and spirituality as articulated in the Strategic Plan.
• Be a community leader and role model by serving the village in roles such as First Response Team, Worship, and other program and activities when up in the Village
• Help new staff and volunteers integrate into the community.
As a remote, “downlake” employee, you are eligible for the following compensation and benefits: