The Assistant Director of Corporate Partnerships (ADCP) serves
as a key team member and active participant in achieving the
organization’s fundraising goals. Under the leadership of the
Chief Development Officer, this position is responsible for
stewarding our existing corporate partners, creating, and
conducting corporate engagement activities, and raising corporate
revenue. Additionally, this position will work with the CDO
on executing a comprehensive development plan for Mary’s Center to
forge new corporate relationships to build Mary’s Center’s
This position reports directly to the Chief Development Officer.
This position manages the full time Development Coordinator and the
part-time Events Coordinator.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to
perform each essential duty satisfactorily.
- Steward existing
corporate partners and identify new corporate sources of funding to
build the Mary’s Center corporate philanthropy
- Prepare and present
tailored Corporate Partnership/Sponsorship packages to existing and
prospective corporate partners.
- Develop and manage the
strategy and marketing material for annual corporate campaigns.
- Responsible for the
activation of sponsorship benefits and oversee the recognition and
acknowledgement of corporate contributions.
- Collaborate with the
Grants Team to identify and leverage corporate grants.
- Provide leadership for
volunteer committees associated with corporate philanthropy
- Develop and oversee
annual corporate and volunteer activities revenue and expense
- Serve as an effective
external representative of Mary’s Center’s mission, vision, and
values by participating in community activities and events, serving
as spokesperson, and creating and delivering presentations to
present key messages; represent Mary’s Center at functions to
network and secure new corporate partnerships.
- Schedule and coordinate
site tours for current and prospective corporate
- Manage the Development
Coordinator who is responsible for the organization’s volunteer
activities, Corporate Service Day program, Thanksgiving Food Drive,
Holiday Toy Drive, and other in-kind collection activities and
- Manage the part-time
Event Coordinator who is responsible for the online auction
activities and other event activities.
- Conduct a landscape
analysis to explore the potential for a run/walk event and if
determined feasible, plan and execute said event with the support
from the part-time Event Coordinator.
- Work closely with the
Digital Fundraising and Engagement Officer to ensure timely and
effective social media recognition for our corporate
- Work closely with the
Individual Giving and Grants teams to ensure a harmonious
- Communicate corporate
goals and progress to the organization.
- Attend trainings on
development and fundraising.
- Assume other tasks and
responsibilities as needed.
The requirements listed below are representative of the
knowledge, skills, and/or ability required. Reasonable
accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities
to perform the essential functions.
Education and/or Experience –
- Bachelor's Degree and a
minimum of 7 years of experience working in the development field
with corporate fundraising and/or marketing
- Working knowledge of CRM
systems and online giving platforms, preferably Blackbaud Raiser’s
- Proven verbal and
written communications skills.
- Highly motivated and
energetic, ability to show initiative and work
- Must be a self-starter,
flexible, detail-oriented, well organized, and work effectively
across all levels of management.
interpersonal skills, project coordination experience, and the
ability to work well with all levels of internal management and
staff, as well as outside clients and vendors.
- Takes initiative and
actively seeks to deepen current relationship and to forge new
ones. Strong problem solving and customer service skills are
- Ability to handle
diverse, simultaneous tasks, meet deadlines, and attend to follow
- Ability to provide
innovative and positive reinforcement to a dynamic and diverse
Physical Demands – Regularly required to
sit; frequently required to reach with hands and arms, walk, stoop,
kneel, crouch, talk or hear; must be able to lift objects up to
twenty-five (25) pounds.
Work Environment – Hybrid (a blend of
remote and onsite) work schedule. Afterhours project work is
sometimes required. This position occasionally requires local
travel between clinic sites. Mostly in a
typical office and/or home setting with quiet to moderate noise
level. May be exposed to extreme cold, heat, and humidity due
to outside weather conditions.