The Development Coordinator, Corporate Partnerships will
support the Sr. Director of Corporate Partnerships and her team as
well as the Sr. Director, Research and Innovation.
- Support the corporate partnerships team in sponsorship tracking
and benefit delivery for the Race for Every Child, The Children’s
Ball and the White Hat Gala events.
- Work with the Sr. Director of Research and Innovation on all
aspects of cultivating, engaging and stewarding corporate donors
and supporting all aspects of fundraising for the Children’s
National Research and Innovation Campus.
- Manage the workplace giving programs such as the Combined
Federal Campaign and state campaigns to reach the annual
Responsible for planning, coordinating and executing fundraising
campaigns, events, promotions that promote Children's National and
its subsidiaries. Work within the youth fundraising program
managing high school dance marathons and small university dance
marathon. Raise funds and maintain existing relationships with
corporate sponsors and organizations. Maintain relationships with
national sponsors on a local level. Attend related events, site
visits to retail sponsors, including presentations to sponsors on a
regular basis. Other duties as assigned related to Children's
National, and corporate and community giving.
Bachelor's Degree Business, Marketing, Public Relations,
Communications, Journalism or related field (Required)
Minimum Work Experience
2 years Related experience (Required)
Goal oriented, strong organizational skills, communications and
interpersonal skills necessary.
Needs to have stamina, be flexible, courteous, patient, positive
and be an enthusiastic team player.
Should be able to adapt easily to constantly changing situations,
be creative and able to produce prompt and effective results.
Vehicle is necessary to carry out job assignments.
Must be available some evenings and weekends to attend and staff
Proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel, Publisher and Powerpoint
required; Proficiency in Raisers Edge, Adobe Creative Suite, and
Donor Drive preferred.
- Independently manage cultivation and stewardship activities for
a fundraising portfolio generating $500,000 annually, including
Dance Marathons, Radiothons and national corporate partners through
the Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals program.
- Support team operations through critical non-fundraising
projects, including annual kickoff rally, social media, patient
ambassador engagement, vendor/supply management, and other projects
- Seek to stay abreast of Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals
campaigns and best practices for specific sponsors through
participation in monthly national Program Director calls, annual
conferences, and communication with national Children’s Miracle
Network Hospitals staff
- Collaborate with Director and team members to develop
strategies to improve fundraising, engagement and stewardship for
individual partners and programs, as well as the program as a