Details: Salary commensurate with experience.
Description: Tuesday's Children seeks an outgoing, experienced and creative coordinator to capitalize on the important mission and history of the organization, and continue to strengthen endurance fundraising efforts,and support the organization's overall fundraising activities. The Development Coordinator will report to the Chief Philanthropy Officer.
Administration and Planning:
· Coordinate fundraising events as necessary
· Direct and oversee all endurance fundraising events and activities
· Conduct ongoing prospect research into other national and international endurance fundraising opportunities
· Develop and manage endurance budgets
· Coordinate all community fundraising activities nationally
· Represent the organization at meetings, conferences, community meetings, and related events where appropriate
· Collaborate with team members to produce newsletters, brochures, web site and social media communication pieces to raise organization’s visibility
· Participates in Tuesday's Children's programs and always represents organization in best light
· Other duties as assigned.
· Bachelor’s degree required.
· Demonstrated experience in nonprofit development
· Ability to interface with board members and junior board members
· Strong oral and written communication skills
· Knowledge of Microsoft Office and strong social media skills required
· Experience in database management a plus, Raisers Edge a plus
· Ability to work in a fast-paced, small office environment
· Self-starter with ability to keep on task to meet program deadlines
· Ability to deal with frequent change, delays or unexpected events that change priorities
Tuesday's Children fosters community among families and provides programs and services designed to help them move forward in their lives. Tuesday's Children has garnered the families' trust while gaining an intimate understanding of the problems and realities in the days, months and years after a tragedy. Armed with this knowledge, we are able to address the unique challenges families and children face at every stage of their lives.
The organization is embarking on an ambitious nationwide expansion of services to Military Families of the Fallen. The Mentoring program, a cornerstone of our family engagement work, is critical to the success of this expansion and much needed within the Military Families of the Fallen community. The plan includes growth in targeted military markets and an extension of our family programming including the Career Resource Center, Heart to Heart, Creative Insight and Helping Heals.
Benefits include Healthcare, Flex 125 Cafeteria Plan, Professional Development Opportunities, Direct Deposit, and Disability.
Minimum Education Required