Strategic Resource Group (SRG)

Resource Development Consultant


Why I Love This Opportunity

Toni McEwan

Senior Associate

SRG is deeply committed to seeing the Great Commission fulfilled in lives across the Middle East and North Africa. The unique and effective stewardship model SRG has developed ensures that resource partners who invest provide financial support and their time and personal expertise to the ministry on the front lines—a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for a development executive to use their experience and gifts to serve the Kingdom.

About This Organization

SRG was founded to strategically mobilize and direct people, prayer, and financial resources into partnership with churches and key ministries in the Greater Middle East. SRG started as a nonprofit to enable kingdom-minded investors to give wisely to ministries that generate significant impact. After ten years of developing the strategic concepts, the current ministry partner model was launched in 2006. SRG is a unique organization in the Christian stewardship arena in 3 respects:
1) Innovated a new way for Christian donors to carry out philanthropy.
2) Employs highly effective business principles in managing and investing kingdom resources
3) Serves as the largest single funder of the Great Commission ministry in the Greater Middle East region.

Position Description

The Resource Development (RD) Consultant is primarily responsible for relationship cultivation, developing gift proposals, securing a commitment, gift acknowledgment, historical reporting, onboarding, maintaining the engagement profile, tracking of activity, and renewal of multi-year commitments for assigned Resource Partners (RPs) and Potential Resource Partners (PRPs).

Also included in the RD’s scope is the upselling of RP commitments and reporting at the individual, family, and organization levels.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Build and Maintain relationships with assigned Resource Partners (RP) & Prospect Resource Partners (PRPs).
  • Identifying, assessing, and securing multi-year commitments with Resource Partners
  • Timely acknowledgment of all resource partner gifts and commitments.
  • Connecting with assigned RP/PRP group on a quarterly basis to develop, build and maintain relationships.
  • Providing detailed and comprehensive outcome reporting for each RP’s giving, including all areas and the methods of giving for tax and planning purposes.
  • Leveraging CRM systems for current and prospect resource partners to effectively track development activity.

What a Strong Candidate Would Look Like:

  • Fast learner
  • A quick study that is able to quickly get up to speed on historical and current events in the Middle East (if no prior experience)
  • Faith-driven leader, passionate about the Great Commission in the Middle East
  • Leader with a highly inclusive and denominationally diverse mindset
  • Development professional who is comfortable with wealth and experienced at partnering with high-capacity donors
  • Expert at navigating the complexity of family foundations & gatekeepers in the donor space
  • A leader is comfortable operating in a start-up culture where there is lots of room for operational improvement
  • Highly collaborative colleague who sees the value in sharing knowledge, tools, and resources with peers


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