Careers

We Are Always Looking For Talented Staff Committed To Helping Nonprofits.

OPEN POSITIONS

We are committed to equitable practices in hiring and welcome different backgrounds and perspectives to our team, including gender identity, age, race, ethnicity and sexual orientation. If you would like to be considered for any of the following listed positions, please submit your resume and cover letter to the email listed in the job description.

Consultant, Data Analytics and Development Operations

Position: Consultant, Data Analytics and Development Operations

Reports to: Vice President, Data Analytics and Development Operations

Company Overview

Schultz & Williams (S&W) is an established consulting firm that provides comprehensive services – including development, direct response, temporary staffing, training and board development, data analytics and development operations services, strategic planning, and marketing – to nonprofits of all types and sizes. Schultz & Williams is a national firm headquartered in Philadelphia.

Team Overview

The Data Analytics and Development Operations team delivers direct services for S&W clients and supports other S&W service lines, including Development Consulting and Direct Response. The team provides assessment, implementation, and staffing services which focus on data, development operations, database management, and prospect management.

Position Overview

The Consultant, Data Analytics and Development Operations will have the opportunity to support a growing team, build their knowledge of the nonprofit sector, and contribute to the impact of a diverse portfolio of clients aiming to make the world a better place.

The Consultant is responsible for supporting sales, executing data analytics, fulfilling interim staffing (StaffSolutions™) opportunities, and leading assessment, audit, and implementation projects.

The Consultant will directly support clients’ fundraising, operational, and database needs and will also support other S&W service lines in fulfilling client deliverables. This will include, but not be limited to:

  • Filling data entry and other Development services staffing needs.
  • Providing client-facing database counsel and operations management.
  • Leading database audits and development operations assessments.
  • Executing data analysis and reporting.
  • Providing prospect identification and prioritization services utilizing likelihood modeling and philanthropic capacity screening and interpreting results with the client’s resources and goals in mind.
  • Serving as a resource and on-call data support for S&W colleagues.

Client work will always be a top priority, and workflow is not always predictable. The Consultant must be prepared to meet deadlines and maintain standards of excellence while looking for ways to add value to services delivered.

The Consultant will be expected to assist with growing the service line through identifying leads and engaging existing and potential clients to develop relationships and new opportunities.

This is a hybrid remote/on-site position, and the Consultant will be available for on-site client staffing and meetings and internal S&W meetings as needed.

Some regional or national travel may be required, including client-related work, as well as attending and representing S&W at conferences.

Requirements

  • Bachelor’s degree
  • 6-8 years’ experience in a professional office setting
  • Donor database and data analytics experience in the nonprofit sector

Qualifications

Data Analysis/Development Operations:

  • Experience with managing and implementing Development operations and donor services.
  • Ability to gather and understand workflow processes and identify and recommend areas for improvement.
  • Experience working with donor databases and large sets of confidential data.
  • Willingness to learn new database systems and to be aware of existing and new donor data management solutions.
  • Advanced understanding of data principles and ability to analyze data with available toolsets.
  • Advanced understanding of how data informs fundraising goals and supports fundraising activity.
  • Ability to interpret fundraising data from both client-specific and nonprofit sector-wide perspectives.

Client Management:

  • Strong written, verbal, and visual communication skills, including an appreciation for how people, data, and systems can best work together.
  • Comfortable presenting information to clients and fielding questions.
  • Relationship management acumen with a customer service/customer success mindset.
  • Ability to prioritize and respond to client requests and questions in a timely manner.
  • Ability to deftly handle sensitive interactions and confidential information.

Technical Competencies

Advanced Knowledge Required:

  • Minimum of one donor database (e.g. Raiser’s Edge, DonorPerfect, Salesforce, Tessitura, etc.)

Basic Knowledge Required:

  • Microsoft: Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook
  • Research toolsets: DonorSearch, iWave, DonorTrends, etc. (competency to be developed)

Salary & Benefits

  • Salary Range: $70,000-$85,000
  • Benefits: PTO, paid holidays; medical, dental, and vision insurance; health savings plan; employer contribution to 401(k)

S&W is committed to equitable practices in hiring and welcomes different backgrounds and perspectives to our team, including age, race, ethnicity, gender identity, and sexual orientation.

Please submit your resume and cover letter to Garth Allen, Vice President, at jobs@schultzwilliams.com.

Project Manager, Development Consulting & StaffSolutions (FTE)

Position: Project Manager, Development Consulting & StaffSolutions (FTE)

Reports to: Development Consulting Team, Philadelphia

Company Overview

Schultz & Williams (S&W) is an established consulting firm that provides comprehensive services – including development, direct response, temporary staffing, training and board development, data analytics and development operations services, strategic planning and marketing – to nonprofits of all types and sizes. Schultz & Williams is a national firm headquartered in Philadelphia.

Position Overview

Reporting to a consulting team (made up of several specific Philadelphia-based consultants), the Project Manager (PM) works within S&W’s Development Consulting and StaffSolutions line of service, focusing on ongoing fundraising programs and capital campaigns. The PM is responsible for day-to-day client relationship management and serves as a facilitator and coordinator for fundraising projects, clients, and consultants.

The PM will serve on 8 – 10 client fundraising projects at any given time. The PM will work with clients in all nonprofit sectors (unless client mission is in conflict with staff member’s beliefs or values).

The PM will have the opportunity to continue to build their knowledge of the nonprofit sector as a whole, and fundraising in particular, and will be able to contribute to the impact of diverse nonprofits as each one aims to make the world a better place. S&W is a for-profit consulting firm that is intentionally and uniquely positioned to meet the fundraising needs of nonprofit clients of all sizes, from start-up grassroots organizations to legacy institutions. Collaboration with development consulting colleagues – and colleagues in other S&W practice areas – will be essential in order to leverage the firm’s knowledge and deliver the greatest value to our clients. The PM’s voice, perspective and participation will be important on all assigned projects, as well as in broader team and firm-wide discussions.

Client work will always be a top priority and workflow is not always predictable. The PM must be prepared to meet deadlines and maintain standards of excellence. Sales opportunities are ongoing and at times the PM will be asked to participate in preparation for Sales meetings and presentations.

This is a hybrid position, with the current expectation of three days a week spent in the office. The PM must be available for on-site client meetings and internal S&W meetings 5 days a week, as needed.

Some regional or national travel may be required, including client-related work as well as attending and representing S&W at conferences.

Requirements

  • Bachelor’s degree completed or candidacy
  • 1-3 years’ experience in a professional office setting

Qualifications

Client Management:

  • Good written, verbal, and visual communication skills.
  • Relationship management/customer service mindset.
  • Ability to categorize, and appropriately respond to/escalate client requests and questions.
  • Ability and motivation to follow through in a timely manner.
  • Comfortable with presenting information to clients and fielding questions in both remote and in-person settings. Proficiency to be developed.
  • Ability to deftly handle sensitive interactions and confidential information.

Project Management:

  • Capacity to organize and present detailed information.
  • Ability to create, monitor, and maintain complex and multi-party schedules.
  • Eye for detail and skilled at proofreading.
  • Comfortable with organizing workflow for others and managing up.
  • Capacity to assess project status and create a corresponding meeting agenda.
  • Ability to manage multiple projects and timelines at once.
  • Basic proficiency working with data files.
  • Ability to leverage available technology to enhance client interactions and support project completion.

Other Responsibilities

Marketing, Client Relations & Professional Development

  • Maintain fiscal responsibility and time management in all client work in order to meet project revenue expectations and client deliverables timeline
  • Contribute to S&W marketing content, articles and social media posts
  • Continue professional education and skills development and seek out educational opportunities, sharing new knowledge with S&W colleagues
  • Identify and pursue opportunities to enrich the organizational culture of S&W
  • Maintain active strategies to manage workload and personal wellness equally by using resources and tools provided by S&W and/or other sources

Technical Competencies

Advanced Knowledge Preferred:

  • Microsoft: Word, Excel, PowerPoint
  • Windows OS
  • Outlook
  • Zoom
  • Adobe Acrobat DC

Salary & Benefits

  • Salary Range: $50,000 – $65,000
  • Benefits Include: paid time off; paid holidays; medical, dental & vision insurance; health savings plan; employer contribution to 401(k).

S&W is committed to equitable practices in hiring and welcomes different backgrounds and perspectives to our team including age, race, ethnicity, gender identity and sexual orientation.

Please submit resume and cover letter to Susan Scauzzo, Vice President & Managing Director jobs@schultzwilliams.com.

Digital Account Executive

Company Overview

Schultz & Williams (S&W) is a strategic consulting partner that provides comprehensive services—including development, direct response fundraising, interim staffing, planning and marketing—to nonprofit organizations of all missions and sizes across the nation. At S&W Direct, we help nonprofits in multiple sectors—including social justice, social services, conservation, arts and culture, health and sciences, zoos and aquariums, and higher education—reach their direct response fundraising goals with data-driven, integrated strategies and meaningful creative. As a full-service partner, Schultz & Williams manages all stages of client fundraising campaigns from inception through analysis.

Schultz & Williams is headquartered in Philadelphia, PA with operations in Los Angeles, CA and Washington, DC.

Job Title
Digital Account Executive

Salary
$60,000 to $64,500, based on experience

Job Type

Full-time

Location

Philadelphia, PA (hybrid office/work from home) or Remote

Job Description

S&W is seeking a Digital Account Executive to join our rapidly growing digital team, housed in our direct response department. This is a mid-to-senior level position that will work with a number of our nonprofit clients, our digital team and our account teams to develop and execute the digital components of multichannel fundraising, advocacy and membership campaigns—including strategy, creative development, production and deployment.

This position requires an advanced knowledge of digital strategy and execution, both in terms of creative approaches and in ability to manage and implement campaigns across channels and mediums. Strong communication skills (written and verbal), an ability to manage multiple projects, and an understanding of client relationships are a must.

Responsibilities

  • Serve as the digital lead or assistant lead on multiple accounts to create engaging, voice-driven content—including emails, social media content, landing/conversion pages, online advertising, and web content: participate in and facilitate brainstorming, campaign execution and interpretation of results/campaign performance
  • Manage the process of moving digital projects from concept to execution and evaluation: manage relationships with internal team members, clients and S&W partners to create and deliver all elements of our digital campaigns
  • Integrate digital program elements into the larger organizational efforts of our clients: work with our clients, account teams, and digital team to create successful multi-channel direct response campaigns
  • Build, foster, and maintain an audience’s participation in our digital programs
  • Think both creatively and analytically: use curiosity and insight to understand, improve, and push the boundaries of what’s possible in a digital program
  • Create content that’s tailored to both an audience’s and an organization’s goals
  • Execute on a deep understanding of how content, user experience, and user design work in concert to achieve tangible campaign-based and organizational goals
  • Populate content within mass email systems
  • Create, place, deploy, and manage targeted online advertising, including banner, search, and social media ads
  • Review campaign elements (drafts, mockups, and tests) to ensure campaigns are ready for successful launch
  • Generate and maintain client project schedules, update campaign plans, and track all digital work in progress

Skills and Knowledge

  • Experience with email, online fundraising, and advocacy toolsets/platforms/CRMs
  • Experience in project management and track record of managing multiple projects with key deadlines
  • Advanced understanding of best and emerging digital practices
  • Understanding of social media platforms and digital media
  • Ability to excel in a collaborative team environment
  • Excellent writing, editing, and proofreading abilities
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Self-motivated, organized, and detail-oriented
  • Customer/client service experience
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office and basic HTML
  • Experience with digital advertising
  • Experience with Google Analytics and Adobe Creative Cloud preferred
  • Passion for the missions and the work of national, international, and local nonprofit organizations

Experience

  • 5-7 years of experience in a digital role in the fundraising, advocacy, or public affairs sectors
  • 3+ years of direct response or digital fundraising experience
  • Agency and/or nonprofit experience strongly preferred

S&W provides a competitive benefits package. Benefits Include: paid time off; paid holidays; medical, dental & vision insurance; health savings plan; employer contribution to 401(k).

S&W is committed to equitable practices in hiring and welcome different backgrounds and perspectives to our team including age, race, ethnicity, gender identity and sexual orientation.

To apply, please send resume and cover letter to Brad Levinson at blevinson@schultzwilliams.com

Contract Development Consultants

S&W is seeking experienced development professionals for contract work related to:

  • Consulting projects, such as Campaign Planning Studies and Development Assessments. These projects require on-site or remote client and S&W consulting team planning meetings during regular business hours and range anywhere from approximately 3-6 months.
  • Interim staffing engagements for roles such as Director of Development, Major Gifts Officer and Campaign Manager. These engagements typically range from 1-3 days/week and can be remote or on-site at organizations in the Greater Philadelphia region.

Requirements:

Highly motivated, well-organized, with at least 10 years of major gifts and/or capital campaign experience. Outstanding verbal and written communications skills. Computer proficiency in fundraising software, Microsoft Office, and is comfortable working with the Internet. Ability to foster and maintain a spirit of unity, teamwork, and cooperation among a diverse staff. Willingness to work flexible hours and travel, as needed, once COVID restrictions are lifted.

**Applicants must submit a resume and cover letter in a single PDF to Kelly Grattan, Vice President, at kgrattan@schultzwilliams.com.**

CONTRACT FUNDRAISING DATABASE CONSULTANTS

S&W is seeking experienced fundraising database professionals for contract work related to interim staffing engagements for roles such as Database Administrator and Database Coordinator. These engagements typically range from 4-20 hours/week and can be remote or on-site at organizations in the Greater Philadelphia region. Typical activities include but may not be limited to gift processing, record clean-up, querying, exporting, reporting building, and list segmentation/building.

Requirements:

Highly motivated, well-organized, meticulous attention to detail, with at least 5 years of database experience in the nonprofit development/advancement setting. Proficiency in at least one fundraising software, such as Raiser’s Edge, DonorPerfect, or Salesforce. Outstanding verbal and written communications skills. Ability to foster and maintain a spirit of unity, teamwork, and cooperation among a diverse staff.

**Applicants must submit a resume and cover letter in a single PDF to Kelly Grattan, Vice President, at kgrattan@schultzwilliams.com.**

SENIOR CONSULTANT (CONTRACTED), WASHINGTON D.C.

Position:  Senior Consultant (Contracted), Washington D.C.

Reports to:  Managing Director

Company Overview

Schultz & Williams is an established consulting firm that provides comprehensive services – including development, direct response, temporary staffing, planning, and philanthropic marketing – to nonprofits of all types and sizes. Since 1987, the success and integrity of our work and our team of seasoned experts have been driven by one simple philosophy: development, management, and marketing strategies must be fully integrated in order for organizations to achieve financial stability, operational excellence, and, ultimately, their mission-related goals.

Schultz & Williams is a national firm headquartered in Philadelphia.

Position Overview

Reporting to the Managing Director, the Senior Consultant works within the Development Consulting and StaffSolutions™ practices. S&W consultants serve on several project teams at any given time and are considered for transitional staffing opportunities, as needed.

This is a remote position.

Frequent regional travel (primarily in the Washington D.C. area, but could include VA, MD, DE, PA, and NJ. Some opportunities to travel nationally may be presented.)

Professional Level

Minimum of 10 Years Professional Experience Required

Responsibilities

  • Capital, Endowment, and Comprehensive Campaigns (Planning & Implementation)
  • Audits and Assessments
  • Strategic Planning
  • Strategic Development and Membership Plans
  • Board Development, Education, and Coaching
  • Strategy and Benchmarking
  • Cases for Support
  • Transitional Staffing

Requirements

  • Bachelor’s degree required; CFRE preferred
  • Commitment to highest standards of excellence and to advancing the mission of nonprofit clients.
  • Extensive nonprofit development experience required, serving in at least one position at manager level or higher.
  • Capital campaign and significant major gifts experience preferred.
  • Exceptional interpersonal skills and ability to work collaboratively with all levels of staff, volunteers, donors, and prospective donors.
  • Must have the judgment to manage relationships with clients and to anticipate problems.
  • Excellent skills in the following: organization, verbal and written communications, proofreading, file management, and teamwork.
  • Self-starter capable of prioritizing multiple, ongoing, and competing responsibilities in a fast-paced environment.
  • Ability to work independently, meet deadlines, manage multiple tasks, and be resourceful.
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint.
  • Experience with constituent databases (Raiser’s Edge, DonorPerfect, etc.) preferred.

**Applicants must submit a resume and cover letter in a single PDF to Kelly Grattan, Vice President, at kgrattan@schultzwilliams.com.**

STRATEGIC PLANNING CONSULTANT (CONTRACT)

Position: Consultant, Nonprofit Strategic Planning (Contract)

Location: Greater Philadelphia

Company Overview

Schultz & Williams is an established consulting firm that provides comprehensive services – including development, direct response fundraising, planning temporary staffing and marketing – to nonprofits of all  types and sizes. Schultz & Williams is a national firm headquartered in Philadelphia. The Strategic Planning line of service provides comprehensive strategic and business planning, tailored to the specific goals of each client. Our approach to planning is to engage clients in a meaningful process of reaffirming an organization’s purpose and identity, visioning its future impact, mapping the course to get there, and uniting the players throughout the journey. We integrate the firm’s fundraising and marketing expertise to deliver holistic, actionable strategic plans with measurable results.

Overview of the Consultant’s role:

The Strategic Planning Consultant will be a contracted project team member of the S&W Strategic Planning team, led by the Director of Strategic Planning. The Consultant will work on select S&W strategic and organizational planning projects according to project opportunities and needs. This person will support the S&W project lead across a range of consulting activities from project design through delivery of the final projects. High-level professionalism and high-quality work are fundamental elements of this work.

In sum, the Consultant is a thought partner and a “roll up the sleeves to dive into the work” team player.

Project Responsibilities could include:

  • Review, prepare and present information and reports to various audiences, including the internal S&W team and client stakeholders.
  • Conduct interviews for strategic planning projects.
  • Design surveys and analyze and summarize results.
  • Facilitate strategic planning meetings and workshops.
  • Conduct third-party research.
  • Draft client project reports.
  • Assist with strategizing and writing-up custom scopes of work for clients.
  • Participate in sales meetings.
  • Consistently meet deadlines.
  • Maintain the S&W brand at all times.

Candidate Experience and Skills Requirements:

  • At least 10 years of professional experience with several years in a mid to senior leadership role.
  • At least two years of professional organization-wide strategic planning experience.
  • Demonstrated experience working with organizations or individuals to address or manage diversity, equity, and inclusion issues.
  • Experience facilitating meeting discussions and focus groups.
  • Able to collect, analyze and synthesize information into clear, professional reports.
  • Demonstrated experience working with or for nonprofit organizations.
  • Excellent writer with experience writing project proposals and professional, compelling reports.
  • Exceptional interpersonal skills and ability to work collaboratively with S&W team members and other individuals of all backgrounds and professional levels
  • Very strong presenter.
  • Detailed oriented and highly organized.
  • Takes direction and feedback well.
  • Flexible and adaptable to changing timelines and assigned tasks.
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint.
  • Fundraising experience is a plus.
  • Natural strategic thinker, collaborative spirit, and sense of humor desired.

S&W is committed to equitable practices in hiring and welcome different backgrounds and perspectives to our team including age, race, ethnicity, gender identity and sexual orientation.

Please submit cover letter and resume as a single PDF to Lauren Hansen-Flaschen, lhansen-flaschen@schultzwillstg.wpengine.com with the subject title Strategic Planning Consultant Application.

Contract consultants are generally paid between $70-$90/hour to start depending on experience and specializations.

Candidates invited to have a first-round interview will be asked to submit a relevant writing sample (this would not be an academic paper but a professional report/written product)

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