Mid Major Donor Officer

Posted By: WWF - India


Junior Management

Resource Mobilization & Investor Relations

Environment / Energy/ Waste Management

Job Description

  1. Achieve an agreed annual target through contributions from Mid Major donors.
  2. To develop the strategy and create a portfolio of committed individuals who are willing to provide ongoing support.
  3. To proactively identify, cultivate and secure high value, long term relationships with new potential individual supporters or mid major donors within our key funding areas.
  4. To acquire fresh mid - value donors and building the fresh pipeline.
  5. To manage and build excellent relationships with donors to ensure all opportunities are maximized.
  6. To meet and exceed challenging income targets from new donor’s prospects/databases.
  7. To prepare accurate reports on donor relationships for key stakeholders.
  8. To undertake any other activities in line with the responsibilities of the post.

Desired Candidate Profile

Graduation - Graduate-Other

  1. Ability to build strong relationships both internally and externally, work with HNIs.
  2. Excellent communication skills including strong presentation skills, written communication, ability to produce emotive and effective proposals, reports, presentations.
  3. Ability to apply good judgment and assess new opportunities.
  4. Drive, enthusiasm and determination to deliver challenging targets.
  5. A flexible approach and willingness to work on different areas of fundraising.
  6. Knowledge and understanding of regulations around gifting, donations and data protection.
  7. Be very comfortable with calling and generating funds.

Organization Details

  • Organization Name:WWF - India
  • About Organization:Established as a Charitable Trust on 27 November, 1969, WWF India set out with the aim of reducing the degradation of Earth’s natural environment and building a future in which humans live in harmony with nature. In 1987, the organization changed it's name from the World Wildlife Fund to World Wide Fund for Nature India. With five decades of extensive work in the sector, WWF India today is one of the leading conservation organizations in the country.