The Development Coordinator works with the Associate Director of Development, Association staff and the Walk to End Alzheimer's Planning Committees to champion the Association's mission and enhance the culture of diversity, advocacy and fund development. The Development Coordinator is responsible for working with the Associate Director of Development on all aspects of the Walk to End Alzheimer's events and is responsible for all logistics, planning and implementation of the event itself. The Development Coordinator will also work with the Development staff on cultivating relationships to secure corporate funding and build a donor, participant and volunteer base that achieve revenue goals and enhances public awareness.
The Development Coordinator will manage all aspects of logistics for the Walks including securing locations, working with volunteer committees, and marketing the Walk to End Alzheimer's events in multiple communities. The Development Coordinator is responsible for assisting the Associate Director of Development in leading the fundraising effort towards achieving the walk revenue goals. The Development Coordinator will be responsible for raising local awareness of Walk to End Alzheimer's through engagement in networking events, speaking opportunities, and community events. The Development Coordinator will build relationships in the community with the goal of growing revenue and participation at the Walk and other Chapter Special Events. The Development Coordinator will assist the Development staff in achieving all budgeted event goals, successful execution of the fundraising plan for all special events, and increase awareness for our mission.
Essential Job Functions
Work collaboratively with the committee in planning and implementation of the Walk. Including assisting with monthly committee meetings.
Assist Development staff in all areas of the fundraising and marketing plan that secures Walk Corporate Sponsorship, Team and Walker revenue.
Ensures smooth integration of the National Association and Chapter best practices, standards and guideline
Recruit and coordinate Walk volunteers' participation.
Coordinate and oversee marketing efforts for Walk in collaboration with Development Staff (content for newsletter, brochures, website and participant mailings, fielding calls and inquiries from Media)
Schedule and organize outreach activities that promote the Alzheimer's Association mission and services, including community presentations and corporate engagement opportunities
Responsible for all collateral material, ordering supplies, data entry, and email distribution
Cultivate and steward relationships with all walk-related constituents.
Inventory Control â€“ Manage all supplies, prepare, pack and oversee loading of supplies for all special events.
Post-Walk follow up and thank you mailings and communication.
Oversee recruitment and follow up pre/post calls to all Walkers.
Execute communication plan throughout Walk season.
1-2 Years work experience in development, special events or similar field with proven results and track record with positive outcomes desired.
Proficient in Microsoft Office, including Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook
Experience with online fundraising software preferred. Convio, Blackbaud etc.
Experience with event production and management, volunteer development and management, public relations, and corporate sponsor cultivation and relations
Knowledge of various mailing procedures and distribution of large amounts of materials
Ability to work with vendors such as graphic artists, printers, merchandise businesses, caterers and event management companies.
Familiarity with legal issues such as insurance, permits, waivers, tax laws, etc.
Ability to manage large numbers of volunteers at different levels of expertise
Ability to work with diverse communities and demonstrate inclusion
Ability to understand and work with budgets
Ability to travel occasionally throughout the Chapter Area with some overnight and weekend travel required.
Excellent verbal and written communication skills
Excellent organizational skills; professional customer service skills with visitors, callers and volunteers
Ability to multi-task and prioritize work
Personal characteristics required - Self-starter, able to work independently and problem-solve - Strong ability to self-manage with significant strength in time management - Willingness to work some evenings and weekends - Ability to work on a team and develop relationships in the community - Detail-oriented, efficient, and ability to multi-task - Strong listening skills; helpful manner with clients.
Jacksonville Office Seasonal Employee, 40 hours/week at $15/hour from July through December, 2014. No benefits provided. Some evenings and Saturdays (Walk to End Alzheimer's event dates) are required. The Alzheimer's Association is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to recruiting a diverse pool of qualified candidates. EOE/M/F/D/V
Please send Cover letter and Resume to: Joan Giovanni email@example.com Senior Associate Director of Development, Central and North Florida Chapter No Calls Please
The Alzheimer's Association is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to recruiting a diverse pool of qualified candidates. EOE/M/F/D/V
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