Details: Commensurate with experience and qualifications
3550 Camino Del Rio North
The Hemophilia Association of San Diego County is seeking a highly motivated individual with exceptional interpersonal skills for the position of Development Coordinator. Reporting directly to the Executive Director, the Development Coordinator will focus on daily work operations of the chapter’s fundraising and development activities, providing planning, implementation, and evaluation support for development events and activities. Accountable for successful fundraising, event planning, and provide general support for a small non-profit office. The Development Coordinator must have a commitment to quality service, be flexible and creative, and have the ability to manage multiple projects efficiently to ensure a viable and sustainable chapter in support of its mission.
DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES
- Assist in coordinating chapter events, programs and meetings; including securing proper insurance certificates, permits, registrations, vendor coordination, promotion, and support event logistics preparations.
- Coordinate chapter meetings and phone conference calls for key volunteers, Walk team captains and related partners for chapter events.
- Serve as point person for Walk registration, team captain coordination and peer-to-peer fundraising strategies.
- Volunteer management – works within HASDC policies and procedures to conduct appropriate recruitment, selection, training, evaluation and recognition of chapter volunteers.
- Assist in donor database management.
- Maintain Walk website and encourage team captains to use it to manage their teams and fundraising efforts.
- Process and mail chapter acknowledgement and thank you letters.
- Contribute to chapter communication forums such as assisting with social media content and emails.
- Manage development and distribution of chapter quarterly newsletter.
- Post event reporting to assess goal achievement.
- Administrative support for Executive Director and Board of Directors as needed.
- Perform additional duties as assigned.
- A minimum of two years in the nonprofit and/or business sector with proven experience in event management and fundraising.
- Bi-lingual Spanish speaking preferred;
- Organized, outgoing, enthusiastic, friendly;
- Proven history of achieving revenue goals;
- Excellent written, interpersonal, and verbal skills are essential;
- Experience planning and implementing nonprofit fundraising and social events;
- Sensitive to challenges facing patients and families with a chronic medical condition;
- Proficient in Microsoft Office: Microsoft Word, Excel, Power Point;
- Proficient in mail merges and web searches;
- Flexible with schedule; includes hours in the Chapter office and occasional nights and weekends;
- Experience with donor databases a plus.
May be required to lift heavy objects weighing 30 pounds. Local travel required. Employee must have own vehicle, driver’s license, and car insurance. Occasional work at evening or weekend events.
Level of Language Proficiency
English; Spanish preferred.
Minimum Education Required
How To Apply
Please submit cover letter, resume, salary requirement, and a writing sample to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please submit all documents in PDF format.