Join Our Team: Capital Campaign Manager


The Saskatchewan SPCA is the provincial animal welfare organization working to prevent animal cruelty and promote the welfare of animals and their people.

The Capital Campaign Manager will:

  1. Implement and manage all aspects of a Capital Campaign

  2. Be responsible for campaign strategy including solicitation priorities, managing prospect lists, developing and executing cultivation plans and solicitation strategies


The Capital Campaign Manager reports directly to the Executive Director.

Duties & Responsibilities

  • Conduct a feasibility study, develop campaign strategy, and set campaign sub-goals.

  • Provide leadership to assure that campaign communication plans are met.

  • Identify and cultivate steering committee and board members.

  • Plan and run steering committee meetings.

  • Manage visits and solicitation with campaign volunteers.

  • Identify prospects on the individual, corporation, and foundation levels.

  • Create and edit campaign communications, such as acknowledgements, follow-up letters, and newsletters.

  • Develop, track, and implement donor recognition initiatives.

  • Prepare and submit monthly progress reports.

  • Other duties as required.

Qualifications and Competencies

  • A university degree or diploma in a relevant area of study (marketing, media relations, communications)

  • Experience with conducting campaigns from initial planning through execution and post-event follow up

  • Experience with a successful capital campaign

  • Communication (clear verbal & written communications/effective listening)

  • Interpersonal skills (social sensitivity/approachability/building and maintaining relationships)

  • Teamwork (sharing information freely/asking for help/flexibility to pitch in)

  • Accountability (follows through on responsibilities and commitments/reliable and dependable)

  • Confidentiality (maintains details appropriately/shares sensitive information with appropriate parties)

  • Creative thinking (sees opportunities for new ways of working/brings a fresh perspective, and identifies unorthodox approaches to situations)

  • Valid driver’s licence

  • Ability to travel and access to a reliable vehicle

  • CFRE/ACFRE accreditation an asset

Terms of Employment

Full time, one-year term position. Position will include occasional provincial travel and some evenings and weekends. Satisfactory criminal record check required.

Potential remote work/work from home option may be available.

Salary range $80,000 to $100,000, commensurate with experience.

To Apply

Send your cover letter and resume to:

Closing date: October 15, 2021

Only applicants selected for interviews will be contacted.

Questions regarding the position may be sent to Frances Wach, Executive Director, at 306.382.4471.