Reporting to the Director of Institutional Giving, the Community Relations Officer (CRO) will build relationships with corporate partners with the goal of developing mutually beneficial relationships, meeting fundraising goals, and increasing JF&CS's visibility in the community. The CRO will steward current corporate donors and identify new prospects, while soliciting gifts and event sponsorships. In partnership with volunteer services, the CRO will be responsible for engaging corporate volunteer groups. The CRO will participate in the Business Advisory Committee and advance outreach for the Employment Services program. Additionally, the CRO will be expected to participate in and attend networking events to increase JF&CS's visibility in the business community. The CRO will work closely with other JF&CS colleagues to collect data, stories, and benchmarks related to the mission of the agency. The CRO will be expected to support JF&CS signature events and contribute to other departmental and organizational goals and activities as needed. This is a full-time position with some flexibility in the schedule; occasional evening and weekend hours may be required. The position requires time outside of the Waltham office for meetings, events and other responsibilities.
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What can you bring to this position?
Our Commitment to Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
We acknowledge and respect the fundamental value and dignity of all individuals and are committed to creating and maintaining an environment that is welcoming of all and celebrates the uniqueness of those we serve, staff, volunteers, donors, and business partners.
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Reporting to the Director of Institutional Giving, the Community Relations Officer (CRO) will build relationships with corporate partners with the goal of developing mutually beneficial relationships, meeting…