Manager of Mission Partnerships
Job Type

A newly created position, the Manager of Mission Partnerships will be responsible for liaising with a broad and diverse network of community and corporate partners and individuals to develop and implement successful strategies that support the strategic growth of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Ohio by cultivating new and supporting existing partnerships for revenue generation and programmatic enhancements. Providing internal linkage and indirect leadership across our programs. This role will be influential in prospecting, organizing, and evaluating partnerships that enhance partnership and program efficacy and the overall camp and program experience.

Reporting to the VP of Mission Engagement, works to define, plan and implement vision, direction, and strategy including:

Cultivate relationships of trust with engaged communities and leaders, deepening their engagement with Big Brothers Big Sisters’ work, financial and other support for BBBS, Camp Oty’Okwa, and Mentorship Programs. 

Collaborate with invested leaders and communities to develop thoughtful and strategic partnerships.

Research new potential partners

Provide input for short- and long-term organizational planning.

Remain informed of developments in current trends, policies and issues.

Regularly evaluate effectiveness and performance.

Manage Constituent Relationship Management (CRM) integrity. 

Continuously review and update donor agreements, sponsor documents and stewardship letters.

Engage National Partners on local level.

Team Leadership: 

Collaborative, energetic and inspiring leader who creates a supportive and authentic work environment that is rewarding for staff and volunteers.

Experience with Constituent Management Databases including RaisersEdge and SalesForce is preferred.

Invests in the success of the team through regular individual, team and department meetings; professional development commitment; and performance and accountability measurement.


Position Requirements:

Must possess a minimum of a bachelor's degree – master's degree preferred, and three to five years of successful non-profit programming.

Constituent Relationship Database Experience preferred. 

Must be available to attend events as needed morning, evening and weekends.

Proven track record of exceeding goals and a bottom-line orientation.

Evidence of the ability to consistently make good decisions through a combination of analysis, wisdom, experience, and judgment; Problem solving, project management, and creative resourcefulness.

Management experience working for a non-profit or for-profit organization. Must be willing to work with diverse populations and in diverse areas.

Intermediate MS Outlook, Word, Excel and Power Point proficiency - SalesForce knowledge preferred.