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CASA-VFC is currently hiring for a part-time Development and Support Coordinator in Lincoln County

JOB TITLE: Development and Support Coordinator

LOCATION: Newport, OR
SERVICE AREA: Lincoln County
STATUS: Part Time – 20 hours per week, with flexible work schedule to accommodate meetings and events outside traditional work hours. (Potential to be full-time)
REPORTS TO: Executive Director

POSITION SUMMARY: The Development and Support Coordinator will promote the CASA - Voices For Children mission, provide support for the program, and recruit potential volunteer
advocates and donors through public speaking and interfacing with community partners.
The Development and Support Coordinator is also responsible for assisting in the development
and executing donor development, outreach and fundraising plans.


ESSENTIAL RESPONSIBILITIES:

Donor Relations:

  • Assist and execute donor development and retention plan

  • Thank you and tax exempt letters

  • Maintain donor database

  • Collaborate with Executive Director for appeal communications and other solicitation materials for donations


Event Planning and Execution:

  • Assist in development and execute fundraising plan

  •  Plan, prepare and execute fundraising events, with assistance from event committees

                o Annual event calendar
                o Annual fundraising proposed budget by event
                o Procure in-kind donations for auctions and events

  • Recruitment of and communication with event sponsors and their recognition

Marketing, Communication and Public Relations:

  • Provide local information for monthly newsletter for advocates and resource parents

  • Provide local information for bi-annual donor newsletters

  • Create letters and other communication as needed

  • Assist in the development and execute marketing, communication and public relations plan

  • With the Executive Director and other staff, build and maintain good public relations by attending community events as a representative of CASA-Voices For Children

  • Promote CASA-Voices For Children and recruit advocates and donors through community outreach

 

Other:

  • Assist with reporting

  • Assist with grant writing

  • Other duties as assigned


Skills required but not limited to:

  • Works well independently and as a team member

  • Fundraising and donor development skills

  • Event planning and execution experience

  • Very organized, detail-oriented work style, self-directed

  • Ability to multi-task

  • Excellent interpersonal skills with the ability to approach, interact, educate and work with people, with poise and confidence

  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills, including public speaking and experience producing clear reports and plans

  • Ability to meet deadlines and work effectively in stressful situations

  • Comfort and experience asking people for money and other items

  • Strong computer skill and proficiency with all Microsoft Office products and databases


Education:
Preferred: Bachelor’s Degree in business, communication, liberal arts or related field, or equivalent 2-3 year experience


Experience:
Preferred: Minimum of one-year experience working in relevant fundraising, event planning, marketing and/or marketing communications


General Expectations:

  • Committed to mission

  • Job requires travel within Lincoln County and occasional trips to Corvallis

  • Some evening and weekends required

  • Ability to pass background checks

  • Professional attire and demeanor

  • Highest standards of ethics and confidentiality

  • Oregon Driver’s License and car with adequate liability insurance

  • Ability to lift and carry up to 25 pounds


Pay: $16-$18/hour depending on experience
Benefits: Monthly contribution towards medical, dental and vision premium
PTO: Two weeks/year
Holidays: Paid 

HOW TO APPLY:
Required Material - Resume and letter of interest outlining your interest in working in
our organization and qualifications for the position
Email in PDF format to: executive.director@casa-vfc.org

 

 

 

 


CASA - Voices for Children operates its program, services and activities in compliance with
federal nondiscrimination laws. No person shall, on the basis of race, color, national origin
(including limited English proficiency), disability, religion, sex, gender identity, sexual
orientation, or age, be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be
otherwise subjected to discrimination under any of our programs.