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Company Name:
Sheldon Kennedy Child Advocacy Centre
Approximate Salary:
Not Specified
Location:
Calgary, Alberta
Country:
Canada
Industry:
Fundraising and Volunteerism
Position type:
Full Time
Experience level:
2 - 5 years
Education level:
Bachelor's Degree

Fund Development Coordinator

About the Sheldon Kennedy Child Advocacy Centre:

The Sheldon Kennedy Child Advocacy Centre (SKCAC) is a Calgary based not-for -profit organization. The SKCAC works in collaboration with relevant partner agencies to best serve children and families who are involved in the investigation and treatment of child abuse. The Sheldon Kennedy Child Advocacy Centre is a physical site, where more than 115 professionals deal with the criminal investigation, child protection, medical and psychosocial needs of children, youth and families impacted by child abuse and maltreatment. The focus of work at the SKCAC is children and youth who have experienced sexual abuse and severe and complex physical abuse and neglect.

The opportunity: The primary role of the Fund Development Coordinator is to provide administrative and database support to the Fund Development Director and the Fund Development team. This individual is responsible for collaborating on various fundraising communications, stewardship, and events related to activities in support of the SKCAC’s fund development objectives. 

What do you need to succeed? You’ll need to have: • Related post secondary degree or diploma preferred or equivalent experience. • 3 years experience in an administrative role. • Interest and passion for philanthropy and charitable giving. • Excellent verbal, written, and inter-personal communication skills and an ability to work cooperatively in a collaborative work environment. • A self-starter with the ability to work independently and as part of a team. • Must be extremely organized with the ability to prioritize workload. • Ability to maintain confidentiality of extremely sensitive and private data. • Great multi-tasking skills. • High attention to detail and proven ability to perform tasks with a great degree of accuracy. • Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite: Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook. • Experience with Raiser’s Edge Database is a must. • Experience working in a social services agency or non-profit is an asset. • Possession of a valid Driver’s License, access to and willingness to use personal vehicle in the course of employment.

What will you be doing? You will be working on things like: • Providing administrative assistance to the Fund Development Director. • Maintaining accurate records in the development database (Raiser’s Edge).  • Entering donor contacts and coordinating database information to track meetings and prospects. • Creating and maintaining administrative procedure documents and identifying opportunities for process improvements. • Recruiting, scheduling, and ensuring a positive experience for volunteers. • Assisting with tracking and execution of community and third party events. • Acting as the initial point of contact for all enquiries concerning community and events fundraising via telephone, email and post • Supporting Fund Development team members with signature and third party event details • Responding to inquiries from internal and external stakeholders.  • Coordinating logistics for fundraising events, special projects and third party fundraising events as necessary. • Building relationships and working with internal SKCAC staff members. • Drafting email and other correspondence, internal memos, and briefings. • Developing and maintaining written procedures, dashboards, and calendars.  • Coordinating group meetings and special events for the development team. • Creating marketing packets and maintaining general collateral material for the department. • Preparing presentations and necessary supporting documentation for internal and external meetings. • Coordinating, scheduling, and following up on meetings for the development department as required. • Processing expenses, tracking and reconciling budget.  • Providing support on various department-wide initiatives and supporting other Administrative Assistants within the organization as required and requested. • Contributing to the work of the broader team • Participating and when appropriate, attending events to establish increased visibility for the SKCAC • Ability to work flexible hours

What’s in it for you? • A competitive salary & benefit package • Ability to make a difference and lasting impact • Learning and growth at a dynamic organization • A great team and culture Position Type:  Full Time, 38.75 hours/week How to Apply:  If you feel that you are uniquely qualified for this position please submit your resume and cover letter for review. 

Application Closing Date:  Interested applicants should apply with resume and cover letter to [email protected] noting the position in the subject heading. 

The position will remain open until a suitable candidate is found. The SKCAC is partnering with Salopek & Associates to recruit for the Fund Development Coordinator position.  All information submitted to Salopek & Associates remains in strict confidence. 

Salopek & Associates Ltd. is a team of human resource consultants specializing in recruitment, human resources and board governance. We are available to help you attract, retain and develop the right people and put effective processes in place to grow your business. This job ad is intended as a summary of the primary responsibilities and qualifications for this position. The job ad is not intended as inclusive of all duties an individual in this position might be asked to perform or of all qualifications that may be required either now or in the future.

About the Sheldon Kennedy Child Advocacy Centre:The Sheldon Kennedy Child Advocacy Centre (SKCAC) is a Calgary based not-for -profit organization. The SKCAC works in collaboration with relevant partner agencies to best serve children and families who are involved in the investigation and treatment of child abuse. The Sheldon Kennedy Child Advocacy Centre is a physical site, where more than 115 professionals deal with the criminal investigation, child protection, medical and psychosocial needs of children, youth and families impacted by child abuse and maltreatment. The focus of work at the SKCAC is children and youth who have experienced sexual abuse and severe and complex physical abuse and neglect.