Wednesday, June 27, 2018

Nonprofit and Marketing Jobs in NEO June 26

American Cancer Society
Development Manager, Distinguished Events
Position Description:
Executes large scale distinguished events portfolio of gala/golf events with accountability for a significant gross income target of   >$ 450K as well as appropriate event related mission and advocacy activities.   Ensures goal achievement through effective volunteer leadership engagement, empowerment and mobilization.   Leverages and manages multiple high-impact community relationships and effective collaboration with market leadership, major gifts and corporate relations staff.

• Proven ability to independently manage multiple projects and tasks concurrently and effectively prioritize in a fast-paced work environment to meet tight deadlines and consistently achieve income targets > $450K gross.

• Monitors financial expenditures and progress against budgetary plan and takes appropriate measures to meet top line and bottom line goals ensuring a high ROI in meeting revenue targets.

• Implements best practices for volunteer leadership development, succession planning, high level constituent experience, and event revenue growth; drives and encourages creativity and innovation.

• Recruits and connects high net worth individuals with the appropriate volunteer and fundraising activities for distinguished events and collaborates with major gift peers to establish appropriate stewardship and cultivation strategies. .

• Recruits and connects with c-suite executives and corporate partners to drive sponsorship and support of distinguished events; collaborates with corporate relations peers to establish appropriate solicitation, stewardship and cultivation strategies.

• Through volunteer management, show a demonstrated ability to understand others perspectives and influence them to action.  Accountable for the achievement of income performance targets for a portfolio of distinguished events including galas, golf, and other social events.

• Ability to proactively anticipate and efficiently solve problems. Demonstrated ability to take initiative and a relentless drive toward outcomes and high aim.  

• Responsible for planning distinguished events including volunteer committee recruitment and management, goal setting, event logistics, and evaluation.

• Manage pipeline development, account planning, forecasting, ROI analysis, engagement of prospects and high level volunteer cultivation. Able to cultivate relationships with targeted systems/organizations, including mobilization of a diverse population of community volunteers and major donors.  

• Identifies and executes the utilization of event best practices to maximize fundraising through DE portfolio and actively works within a nationwide framework to seize opportunities across local and regional boundaries.   

• Ensures stewardship and engagement of high level volunteers with market and national boards, CEO chapters, and other organizational leadership groups.  Demonstrates confidence in relationship building to recruit high level and diverse community volunteer leadership and committees.

• Ensures collaboration with Major Gifts and Corporate Relations staff and volunteers to drive revenue growth through distinguished events, and effective stewardship of key volunteer and donor relationships.  

• Actively collaborates with Community Development, Cancer Control, and ACS CAN staff to maximize event success

• Supports Laureate Society efforts when applicable, assisting with the management of recognition events and activities.

• Ensures compliance with ACS policies, including risk management, event and cash handling, and financial controls.  Ability to manage budgets, analyzes event data, and understands basic account principals to run events like a small business.

• Maintains a productive and collaborative relationships with the Society’s global headquarters departments and other regions; participates on regional and enterprise projects and committees as appropriate.  

• Models and fosters behavior that establishes a culture that values the staff/volunteer partnership, and is consistent with the values, goals, and objectives of the Society to create an atmosphere of trust, cooperation, accountability, empowerment, and dedication to the mission.
Position Requirements:

Bachelor’s degree, equivalent or comparable specific work experience. Preferred 3 -5 years of experience with coordination and execution of large scale distinguished events and volunteer management for fundraising and mission outcomes for a multi-million dollar organization.

Demonstrates Distinguished Events Competencies:

• Action oriented - Takes on new opportunities and tough challenges with a sense of urgency, high energy, and enthusiasm.

• Being resilient - Rebounds from setbacks and adversity when facing difficult situations.

• Builds networks - Effectively builds formal and informal relationship networks inside and outside the organization.

• Business insight - Applies knowledge of business and the marketplace to advance the organization’s goals.

• Collaborates - Builds partnerships and working collaboratively with others to meet shared objectives.

• Communicates effectively - Develops and delivers multi-mode communications that convey a clear understanding of the unique needs of different audiences.

• Drives engagement - Creates a climate where people are motivated to do their best to help the organization achieve its objectives.

• Drives results - Consistently achieves results, even under tough circumstances.

Other Skills:

• Proven experience fostering strong relationships with high net worth individuals, and leveraging those contacts for introductions to new prospects for the Society.

• Able to cultivate relationships including mobilization of a diverse population of community leaders and volunteers.  

• Demonstrated fundraising mindset and ability to handle multiple priorities, project management and meeting deadlines; strong planning and organizational skills.

• Able to remain composed under stress, handles responses to criticism tactfully and takes responsibility for delivering on organizational commitments.  

• Excellent written and verbal communication, presentation, and interpersonal skills.

• Broad knowledge of the overall structure, programs, and services of the American Cancer Society including policies and procedures.

• Responsible for partnering with enterprise support functions for successful planning and execution of events.

• Proven ability to collaborate within staff account teams to develop appropriate plans for constituents.

• Strong customer service orientation, with extensive experience in effectively addressing and resolving issues with constituents.

• Ability to communicate with staff and volunteers, as needed, to negotiate issues as they arise to ensure the integrity of ACS events.

• Ability to respond to changing circumstances and priorities in a focused and timely manner; proactively address issues as they arise and mitigate risks associated to events.

• Proficient in computer-based information systems.

Travel, including evening and weekend work required.

Ability to lift 30lbs and engage in set up/take down of event equipment.   

To apply:

American Red Cross
Communications Specialist
Job Description:
As an employee at the American Red Cross, you could be on the front lines making a positive impact on our community. You could provide your services directly to the American public or support to the people who do. Both roles help further the mission of the Red Cross. Join our non-profit organization, where your heart and mind go to work!

The American Red Cross Northeast Ohio Region is seeking a Communication Specialist. This position will be based in our Cleveland, OH Chapter. A valid driver's license is required! 

Implements and participates in planning internal and external communication strategies that support Chapter and National key initiatives and objectives. Specialist is responsible for raising the local visibility of the Red Cross to help the community understand how to access local Red Cross services and how best to support its mission.

1. Develops and produces key communication vehicles and materials, including press releases, web strategies, op-eds, talking points.  Also manages approval process for materials. Drives earned media coverage for fundraising programs and initiatives. Ensures distribution of nationally developed press materials to local media to raise local visibility for major corporate initiatives – For example:  Holiday Giving Campaign, Holiday Mail for Heroes and other programs.
2. Develops story-lines and pitches to media, coordinates interviews, prepares spokespeople for proactive media relations that do not involve risk. Develops communication strategies and press materials in the event of crisis or reputation management issues.
3. Develops and implements a social media strategy. Crafts tweets and social media postings. Conducts outreach around individual posts.
4. Maintains positive relationships with members of the media and works with Chapter leadership and other staff to maintain these relationships.
5. Builds metrics as part of the communication planning process to measure effectiveness.  Implements areas for improvement. Reviews and analyzes social media metrics: Likes, Followers. Reaches out to bloggers and influencers within the Chapter’s social community. Monitors trends and new developments.
6. Develops and maintains a Disaster Public Affairs capacity within the Chapter including the ability to communicate with clients and donors about local and national disasters. Participates in Disaster Public Affairs deployments beyond the Chapter.
7. May be responsible for supervising other full time and part time employees.  May hire, train, coach, counsel and evaluate performance of direct reports and volunteers or give significant recommendations as to those supervisory actions.
8. It is the responsibility of all Red Cross staff members to recruit, train and work with volunteers and to treat all clients, volunteers, guests, and other employees in a courteous and respectful manner at all times while maintaining a cooperative atmosphere for everyone.  It is expected that each member of the regional management team to work with a volunteer counterpart to ensure key volunteers are utilized and ensure depth within the function.
9. Carries out any additional assignments required to fulfill the Mission of the American Red Cross.

Education: Bachelor’s degree in Communications, Journalism, Public Relations or related filed or combination of education and experience, which would provide an equivalent background.
Experience: 3 to 5 years of demonstrated experience handling media relations. Demonstrates strong project management skills. Experience managing multimedia, video and print production required. Ability to identify a newsworthy story, write effectively and quickly. Experience using Facebook, Twitter, and other social media platforms. 
Management Experience: Preferred 6 months – 1 year supervisory experience.
Skills and Abilities: Excellent interpersonal, verbal and written communications skills. Demonstrated experience and results in producing web content and building traffic. Must be able to multitask, meet deadlines and work collaboratively with individuals at all levels of the Chapter and National Headquarters. Advanced knowledge of the capabilities and limitations of social media platforms. 
Other: Intermediate level proficiency with MS Office software, including Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook. Proficiency with Video and Editing Software, HTML
Travel: May involve travel.

Essential Functions/Physical Requirements: Depending on work assignment, may require ordinary ambulatory skills sufficient to visit other locations; or the ability to stand, walk and manipulate (lift, carry, move) light to medium weights up to 20 pounds. Requires good hand-eye coordination, arm, hand and finger dexterity, including ability to grasp, and visual acuity to use a keyboard, operate equipment and read technical information. Overall mobility is essential including sitting for long periods of time, driving a vehicle and working under challenging conditions.

Work Conditions: Work is performed indoors with some potential for exposure to safety and health hazards related to emergency services relief work. May travel and participate in meetings and conferences throughout chapter jurisdiction, state and Red Cross system. Because the Red Cross is a disaster response organization, staff may be asked to be on 24-hour call during period of major disaster.

The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed. They are not intended to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities and duties required.

To apply:

Boys Hope Girls Hope
Marketing Manager - Part-Time
BHGH is actively seeking an experienced marketing professional who will advance the mission of Boys Hope Girls Hope (BHGH) by actively organizing, creating, and engaging in communications via the BHGH website, newsletters, social media outlets, special event collateral, and promotional and development materials. The Marketing Manager contributes to the organization’s marketing effectiveness by identifying and addressing short-term and long-range issues.

Primary Responsibilities
Implement BHGH’s recently designed Communication Study in order to enhance the Organization’s brand presence in the community
Ensure the BHGH website is updated regularly with current information and is adhering to organizational branding guidelines and language standards
Create and adhere to a social media calendar for all channels utilized by BHGH
Assist in developing and designing email blasts, BHGH newsletters, promotional materials and special event collateral including, but not limited to:
Response cards
Signs and banners
Flyers and booklets
Email templates
Organize and maintain a database of marketing and media content
Ensure brand fidelity and communication standards are being met by all members of the staff

Critical Criteria
Applicants must possess:
Bachelor’s or Associate’s Degree
Demonstrated skills, knowledge and experience in marketing and design related activities
Experience overseeing the design and production of print materials and publications
Strong creative, strategic, analytical, organizational and personal sales skills
Excellent written and oral communication skills
Excellent computer skills; proficient with Microsoft Office suite and all Social Media platforms (experience with Adobe Creative Suite preferred)
Outgoing, team player, and proven success of networking and relationships
Strong initiative, self-motivation and a positive mental attitude
Excellent time management and prioritization skills
Passion for the mission of BHGH
Accommodations/Working Conditions

The position will have at least an annual performance evaluation.
This is a professional position based primarily in the offices of Boys Hope Girls Hope Northeastern Ohio, though the incumbent will occasionally be required to travel to and work at sites throughout the region.
Boys Hope Girls Hope is an equal opportunity employer. Employment with Boys Hope Girls Hope is on an at-will basis.
Interested candidates should submit a detailed COVER LETTER and RESUME to Aubrey Pischieri, Executive Administrative Assistant
Cover letter should provide overview of relevant marketing experience, why you enjoy this work and salary requirements.

Marketing: 3 years
Social Media Management: 3 years
Communications and Writing: 5 years
Required work authorization:
United States

To apply:

City Year Cleveland
Managing Director of Development
Please complete the online application and attach a resume and thoughtful cover letter in the "Resume/CV" field on the "My Experience" page. 

Position Overview
This position plays an essential role within the Development team for coordinating and implementing targeted aspects of the strategic development goals for City Year Cleveland.  Provide support to the Managing Director of Development (MDD) on all fundraising initiatives including donor cultivation, stewardship, sponsorships, grant writing, annual appeal and special events and to meet quarterly and annual goals.  Manages database that supports these functions.  Research, identify and develop revenue sources for the affiliate with a focus on new opportunities to obtain ongoing and increased support from individuals, corporations and public and private organizations.

Job Description
Development Team Support
Work with MDD and development team to execute a comprehensive annual resource development plan with strategies for donors and prospects in each constituent group including: individuals, foundations and corporations.
Provide reports to the MDD and Executive Director that measure progress towards achieving the plan.
Assist Corporate and Foundations Relations Director with researching, writing grants and maintaining grants calendar and reporting.
Assist Individual Giving Director with developing and managing donor prospects.
Execute all correspondence with donors and prospects.
Maintain donor database and create reports from moves management system.
Create slide shows and other digital/multimedia presentations for fundraising, marketing or communications purposes.
Gifts Cultivation Support
Implement strategies for donor development and cultivation to provide a diverse and sustainable funding base for City Year Cleveland.
Work with MDD and Individual Giving Director (IGD) to implement major gifts program.
Research, identify and pursue new sources of corporate and foundation funding.
Create and update collateral materials to support gift cultivation.
Develop and implement all aspects of direct donor mailings, appeal letters and other donor mailings as needed.
Events Planning and Support
Assist MDD and IGD with fundraising/SAILed events including but not limited to: the annual gala fundraiser, specialty market events, Martin Luther King, Jr. Service Day and AmeriCorps member graduation.
Plan and manage donor cultivation events.
Work with appropriate staff and volunteers to ensure that all aspects of a successful event are coordinated towards a common goal.
Organizational Initiatives 
Attend whole site events including Opening Day, Make A Difference Day, MLK Day, Global Youth Service Day, Annual Gala, Graduation and other site-wide designated events.
Attend overnight events including AmeriCorps member retreats, Summer Academy (a conference for all City Year Staff held in Boston in July), and other national events. 
Assume other tasks as delegated by the Managing Director of Development.

Compensation and Benefits

Full time employees are entitled to compensation commensurate with experience. Benefits for full time employees include health insurance with Flexible Spending Account, paid vacation, holidays, parental leave, 401K, and more.

City Year is an Equal Opportunity Employer, committed to a diverse workforce. Individuals from all backgrounds are encouraged to apply, including persons with disabilities and veterans.

Cleveland Museum of Natural History
Campaign Assistant
STATUS: Full Time, Salaried (Amenable to flexible and/or part time schedule for the right candidate)
No phone calls please.

The Campaign Assistant reports to the Director of Campaign & Development, with a dotted line to the Director of Individual Philanthropy & Planned Giving and the Director of Philanthropic Partnerships, and provides high level administrative support to the Museum’s Campaign efforts. The Campaign Assistant is expected to function with professional discretion in dealing with a wide variety of Museum constituencies including co-workers, trustees, donors and government offices.

(Must be able to perform the essential functions of this positon with or without reasonable accommodation).

Ensures that notes from meetings are recorded and tracked in the Museum’s electronic database.
Assists the CEO, Chief Development Officer and the Director of Campaign & Development in on going activities including meeting organization, follow-up, taking minutes and calendar management.
Supports front-line fundraisers with follow-up notes and activities.
Coordinates information relevant to mailings and other communications both internally and externally.
Tracks campaign activities and includes this information in reports sent to various constituencies.
Drafts and prepares correspondence such as memos, tables, graphs, PowerPoint presentations and other forms of communication as required.
Proofreads for spelling, grammar and layout on all written communications both internally and externally.
Provides high-level support to trustee and other key stakeholder committees related to Campaign and philanthropic support.
Ensures that all necessary supplies and resources are available to front-line fundraisers and campaign volunteers.
Assists the Director of Campaign & Development with logistics of events and engagement activities and other duties as assigned.

Bachelor’s degree required. A minimum of three years related experience/or training in executive assistant role with fundraising or related development experience required.
Knowledge of CRM software such as Altru, Tessitura, MailChimp, and other donor database software.
Proficient knowledge of Microsoft Office products to include Word, Excel and PowerPoint.
Excellent organizational, analytical and problem solving skills.

Strong project management skills
Professional demeanor, tact, diplomacy discretion, good judgment and the ability to maintain confidentiality
Ability to communicate effectively both verbally and written to diverse audiences
Strong problem solving and listening skills
Demonstrated knowledge of fundraising practices
Excellent organization and attention to detail skills
Ability to effectively coordinate and track multiple projects simultaneously, prioritize, work well under pressure with a high degree of accuracy, and meet stringent and overlapping deadlines.
Ability to work a flexible schedule including evenings and weekends
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Cleveland Museum of Natural History
Major Gifts Officer
Reporting to the Director of Individual Philanthropy & Planned Giving, the Major Gifts Officer is expected to be a highly energetic professional with the ability to engage campaign donors and work with high-level volunteers. Job duties include identification, cultivation, solicitation and closure of six figure major gifts and annual Leadership Circle gifts, and to meet the fundraising goals and objectives established for the Museum. S/he will work closely and collaboratively with the Museum team to assure that fund-raising opportunities are maximized.

Works closely with key internal constituencies to match potential donors' interests with funding opportunities and implement a strategic series of interactions that will lead to successful solicitations. The MGO will initially focus on donors with the capacity to make gifts in the $100,000-$250,000 range.
Identifies, cultivates and manages a defined portfolio of 100-125 prospects and donors with high giving capacity. Some evenings, weekends and travel required.
Conducts a minimum of 120 personal visits annually to cultivate and solicit prospects and close gifts.
Completes a minimum of 15 major gifts asks annually and a minimum of 10 annual Leadership Circle asks annually. There is also an expectation of 10 planned giving conversations per year.
Collaborates with Annual Fund Officer to identify, cultivate and solicit top annual Leadership Circle donors while moving them through the pipeline towards a larger gift.  
Collaborates with Director of Philanthropic Partnerships and Foundation Relations Officer on identifying, cultivating and securing funding and sponsorship from Corporate, Government and Foundation partners.
Knows tenets of planned giving while identifying opportunities where such vehicles are most appropriate given prospects' personal circumstances, then collaborate with Director of Individual Philanthropy and Planned Giving on identifying, cultivating and securing planned gifts.
Create proposal and report documents for fundraising efforts.
Works closely with the CEO, CDO and Director of Campaign & Development and prepares materials for prospect solicitation process.
Contributes ideas and strategies for overall Development Program and other duties as assigned.

Bachelor’s degree required; advanced degree preferred. Preferably 5-8 years of fundraising or related development experience is required.
Knowledge of fundraising and fundraising laws and regulations, including fundraising best practices.
Knowledge of estate planning, including wills, trusts and estate and gift tax laws as well as experience using appropriate planned giving software.
Knowledge of the legal recordkeeping requirements for fundraising and documenting major and planned gifts.
Knowledge and understanding of how to implement department strategy and managing through growth and change.
Knowledge of CRM software such as Altru, Tessitura, MailChimp, and other donor database software.
Proficient knowledge of Microsoft Office products to include Word, Excel and PowerPoint.
Excellent organizational, analytical and problem solving skills.

A passion for science, nature and conservation.
Must have a demonstrated success in achieving fundraising goals and managing high-level donor relationships.
Possessing a proven ability to present complex information in a clear and compelling manner is essential.
The capacity to clearly comprehend and communicate the Museum’s mission, goals and ongoing initiatives is required.
Ability and comfort in researching and analyzing large groups of data to uncover major giving prospects.
Ability to work with an interdisciplinary professional team.
Ability to exercise initiative and good judgment in anticipating problems before they arise.
Ability to effectively coordinate and track multiple projects simultaneously, prioritize, work well under pressure with a high degree of accuracy, and meet stringent and overlapping deadlines.
The successful candidate must be a strategic thinker, effective in moving strategic agendas, politically savvy, ensure the utmost discretion in all matters, as well as possess an ability to work well with all levels of management, both internally and externally, be flexible in nature, have sound judgment with a collaborative style that fosters teamwork and cooperation beyond the immediate team to the broader organization.
Ability to work a flexible schedule which may include evenings and weekends.
Excellent verbal communication skills.

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No phone calls, please.

Great Lakes Science Center
Development Operations Manager
The Manager will work with the Vice President of Development in strategizing goals and messaging for the annual fund, and will lead implementation including organization, production and maintenance of annual campaign materials and data. In addition, the Manager will support the Board meetings and activities and support functions related to annual giving and major donors for both the Vice President of Development and the Chief Executive Officer.

Manage the GLSC Annual Fund
Lead the GLSC Annual Fund, special appeals and other donor acquisition and renewal campaigns.
Creatively “mine” database for donor opportunities and identify experimental niche fundraising groups.
Create and segment all communication lists for both electronic and direct mail communications.
Develop accurate and timely RE reports on annual fund performance.
Screen data to identify appropriate prospects.
Assist in the creation and monitoring of the annual department budget for the Annual Fund Program.

Manage Board Relations
Schedule meetings and ensure proper set-up schedules.
Track Board Giving and Pledges.
Attend all Board and Committee Meeting and providing follow-up of minutes and action items to attendees.
Help schedule Board attendance at cultivation events and fundraisers.
Provide Event Support
Assist team members with fundraising/donor event correspondence, gathering guest names and supporting sponsors.
Ensure donation processes at the events follow cash handling procedures with members of the finance team.
Assist with making collateral or day of materials including but not limited to registration lists, event programs, signage templates, etc.
Communicate needs for events across departments for maximum participation from all parts of the organization.
Other duties and additional support as required for Development events and GLSC-wide activities.

Education and Work Experience Qualifications:
Bachelors’ degree required.
3+ years experience in a Development office setting or equivalent related experience.
Experience in direct mail and annual fund preferred.
Additional Eligibility Qualifications (K/S/A):
Strong written and verbal communication skills.
Excellent organizational skills.
Strong computer skills including proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite.
Strong analytical skills including Raisers Edge database management, data entry processes and reporting experience.
Must be sensitive to confidential nature of member and donor information.
High level of critical thinking and problem solving skills necessary for troubleshooting.
Ability to verify and correct work before submitting, to ensure accuracy.
Self-starter and goal-oriented, to be able to work at a self-directed pace.
Accurate typing skills necessary for data entry.
Able to establish priorities, work independently and meet deadlines under pressure.
Strong interpersonal skills and ability to interact and work effectively with donors, volunteers and colleagues; and a high level of initiative and results oriented leadership abilities

Additional Information
All your information will be kept confidential according to EEO guidelines.

To apply:

Great Lakes Theater
Advancement Associate
Only online applications will be considered.
Great Lakes Theater (GLT), Cleveland’s professional classic theater company at Playhouse Square, seeks a highly organized, detail-oriented, self-motivated and energetic individual who possesses excellent written and interpersonal communication skills to join its creative/collaborative team. The Advancement Associate works with GLT’s Director of Institutional Advancement (DIA) to exceed contributed income goals and engage members of northeast Ohio’s diverse foundation/corporate/non-profit community, and provides internal administrative support.   In collaboration with GLT’s DIA, the Advancement Associate coordinates/facilitates the submission of grant requests and related assets, designs/curates materials that support corporate campaign fundraising, manages GLT’s non-profit ticket donation program, assists with Trustee relations and processes/fulfills ticket reservations for GLT staff and artistic company.

Qualified candidates will have a bachelor’s degree and 1-3+ years of related experience in an office environment (preferably non-profit). Experience with fundraising database systems and ticket-based software is preferred. Basic graphic design aptitude and an ability to synthesize/analyze data are pluses.
The Advancement Associate is a full-time salaried position with benefits. GLT is also amenable to a flexible and/or part-time salaried position/arrangement with benefits for the right candidate.

Interested candidates should submit a cover letter, resume, writing sample and salary requirements. The writing sample, in addition to editorial and/or narrative copy, should also include an example of basic graphic design work.

To apply online and view a complete job description, please visit

DEADLINE :   Jul 31, 2018

Development Coordinator
The Development Coordinator provides support to the Development Department,
including but not limited to data entry and management of AOD donor software, 
maintaining donor records, and coordinating all aspects of fundraising events. 
Additionally, this individual creates and maintains mailing lists, mail merges,
maintains donor pledge records, and prepares correspondence with
donors.  This individual plans and implements all Fundraising events and
activities including volunteer, vendor and sponsorship management.   Candidate
must possess excellent communication and relationship building skills; strong 
computer, database, writing, and proofreading skills; proficiency in Microsoft
Excel, Word, PowerPoint, Outlook and internet research; ability to work
independently and as a team. Experience with event planning, donor software
and Bachelor’s Degree preferred.

To apply: Email

Lake Health
Director of Marketing and Public Relations
Position Summary:
The Director of Marketing and Public Relations oversees the day-to-day activities of the Marketing & Public Relations department consisting of 5 directing managers. The Director will also be responsible for differentiating Lake Health from its competitors, building market awareness and preference for Lake Health, and growing volume. Also, this position will be the "Voice of Lake Health" focusing on the duties surrounding all Public Relation commitments.

Essential Job Functions:
Owns responsibility for all aspects of the day-to-day operations for all functional areas of responsibility, including finance, budget planning, human resources, contract negotiation, and legal/compliance issues
Develop, monitors and controls the yearly marketing budget of approximately $1.2million (excluding salaries)
Develops department goals and objectives and directs the implementation of all Marketing programs and activities, such as collateral, direct mail, advertising, Web, social media, digital communications, major events and lectures, videos, etc., ensuring that all materials align with Lake Health's strategic plan.
Develops Marketing and Communication plans for new services and programs in accordance with Lake Health's strategic plan and available budget; oversees implementation of plans.
Acts as the editor of the Best of Health Magazine and other Lake Health collateral material, which includes choosing topics/physicians to be featured, assigning stories to writer, reviewing photography/art needs with the art director, proofing copy and approving final layout/photography.
Writes or contributes feedback on important internal and external communications, including Memograms from the president and CEO, letters to stakeholders, speeches made by the president and CEO and Board members, talking points for sensitive issues;
Establishes and follows Standard Work and regularly request updates from staff on projects and objectives. Following our process for standard work is critical for ensuring accuracy of printed materials; project updates ensure accountability with meeting deadlines
Develop staff and increase team member engagement; success is measured by retention of staff and increase in engagement scores.
Completes other duties including compiling community benefit report, participating in RIEs, working with IT to prove ROI on appropriate projects, staying abreast of healthcare trends, monitoring competitor marketing strategies, and other duties as assigned.

Public Relations:
Act as the System's representative with health industry associations as assigned
Act as the Organization's representative with the media
Create public relations strategy that will allow System leadership to cultivate and enhance meaningful relationships with targeted, high-level external audiences, including the media and key influencers
Actively engage, cultivate and manage press relationships to ensure coverage surrounding System's programs, special events, public announcements, and other projects, including, writing standard System press releases, including interviewing those to be quoted, gaining approvals and submitting the press release to media outlets and following up as needed.
Leads Lake Health's reaction to possible/imminent negative media attention with senior leadership; and support the organization's crisis communication needs as needed.
Solicit "good news" from clinical and non-clinical departments that would make compelling/human interest stories and pitch to appropriate media outlets. These include team members or physicians or have gone above and beyond for patients or family members.
Coordinate media interest in the Organization and ensure regular contact with target media and appropriate response to media requests.
Prioritize media opportunities, and prepare talking points, speeches, presentations and other supporting material as needed
Provide coaching and talking points to relevant managers on media inquiries, as well as work with marketing and branding professionals within the company to help shape press releases.
Act as the point person in a rapid-response/crisis communication team should the need arise, including filling the role of Public Information Officer (PIO) for internal and external crises.
Brief System leadership on external issues (negative press, legal matters, etc.) affecting the System.

Education and Experience:
 Bachelor Degree at a minimum; Master's Degree preferred.
Minimum of 7 years of experience directing a healthcare marketing team as well as a high level of experience in public relations.

Lake Health offers free, secure and convenient parking; an aggressive pay structure, tuition reimbursement and continuing education funding programs, a generous and comprehensive benefits package for all eligible positions which includes medical, dental, vision, pension, paid time off; an award-winning hospital system recognized for excellence in patient care and as a "Best Place to Work."

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Manager of Marketing Operations
MAGNET has high ambitions for growth over the next three years, and this will require a strong front-end to our sales pipeline. Accordingly, we are aggressively strengthening our marketing department in a number of exciting ways including embarking on a strategic rebranding process, and implementing HubSpot and to help drive our marketing and sales efforts.

The Manager of Marketing Operations will work closely with business development staff to manage all marketing activities in order to generate productive leads for our Growth Advisors. S/he will be responsible for managing vendors, engaging media, executing events, overseeing daily marketing activities, generating content, and promoting consistency of our brand.

We are looking for a high-energy candidate to build on recent momentum and expand our marketing impact. S/he should have a proven track record of trying different approaches and launching new ideas and initiatives.
This individual will be very comfortable leading by doing—all leaders here must be willing to get their hands dirty! The role may at times require updating the website; using Salesforce to create and manage contact lists; monitoring SEO analytics for a campaign or content; monitoring HubSpot activity and creating campaigns/landing pages/CTAs; taking photos & video; managing detailed logistics; conducting interviews; drafting copy; and other marketing-related activities.

The Manager of Marketing Operations is business- and results-focused position, with the majority of responsibilities to include using and HubSpot, working with internal customers and managing outside vendors.

Major Functions
Executes and maintains the overall marketing strategy; provides feedback and strategic recommendations to the leadership team
Writes and develops content (blogs, direct mail, etc.) that engages a variety of audiences and stakeholders (foundations, elected officials, manufacturers, opinion leaders, etc.) in order to generate leads from manufacturers and assist in cultivating leads through engaging content
Coordinates MAGNET events (4x per year), sharing responsibility as appropriate; leverages such events for networking, increasing publicity, and promoting MAGNET’s brand
In coordination with MAGNET’s management team, serves internal customers including business development staff and Growth Advisors to attract and serve more manufacturers
Develops, tracks and publishes impact metrics, including a marketing dashboard to be reviewed regularly with MAGNET’s leadership team
Establishes and maintains working relationships with key media, pitching ideas and generating regular media attention; drafts and publishes periodic press releases celebrating MAGNET’s core activities in Growth Advising, Workforce and Talent Development, and the Incubation Center
Develops program collateral for all departments as needed; works with Growth Advisors and others to develop, host, and publish webinars, podcasts, blogs, and articles
Manages MAGNET website, including routine maintenance, analytic monitoring and optimization
Manages vendor relationships to ensure smooth functioning of the website, effective search engine optimization (SEO), full use of our Google Grant, and sufficient support for marketing automation
Maintains overall responsibility for MAGNET’s brand, including periodic refreshes to look and feel, providing shared templates for documents, and assuring all MAGNET-branded communications maintain brand integrity
Interviews manufacturers, staff, etc., to learn of industry trends and highlight successes. the pulse of manufacturers, including using codified messaging and brand language
Performs role of Administrator of HubSpot and systems
Utilizes social media and Eventbrite in marketing efforts; recommends new tools for improving marketing and sales effectiveness

Minimum Job Requirements: 
Bachelor’s degree is required; master’s degree, or focused studies in Marketing, Communications or Journalism, is preferred
Industry technology certifications preferred, e.g., Certified Administrator, HubSpot Marketing Software Certification

Essential Skills
Proficiency with CRMs and marketing automation software; Salesforce and HubSpot skills preferred
Ability to write compellingly to targeted audiences, ideally audiences including manufacturing CEOs
Ability to plan content and manage the “customer experience” of content over extended periods of time
Required Experience
Five years of “generalist” marketing experience required, including:
Experience in working with CRMs and marketing automation programs
Significant working-level experience and skills in design and layout, writing/editing, web design, outreach, and press relations; willingness to work in all of these capacities as necessary
Experience soliciting and working with internal and/or external teams to design and deliver content
Proven experience in leading teams to successfully execute simple to complex projects

To apply:

Malone University
Director of Annual Giving
The Malone University, Office of Advancement, is conducting a search for a full-time Director of Annual Giving. The Director of Annual Giving is responsible for all aspects of fundraising for the annual fund, working toward a dollar and participation goal established by the Vice President of the Office of Advancement and approved by the Cabinet members. This person will interact with internal and external constituencies including donors, alumni, parents, friends, volunteers, and students. The director’s primary responsibility is the strategic execution and management of a comprehensive annual giving program, collaborating with other team members to promote the educational opportunities and outcomes provided by Malone University " the Malone experience - to prospective contributors. The director develops, implements, and evaluates for effectiveness a coordinated matrix of engagement and solicitation strategies through the utilization of direct mail, e-solicitations, online giving, phonathon and personal visitation all focused on shaping a sustainable tradition of annual support. In addition, the director will foster the growth of high impact practices as related to annual giving and the University as a whole. The director has a keen appreciation for annual, repeatable giving as the enabling component of a successful advancement operation. The director provides strategic direction and long-range/short-range planning for all these areas in the context of growing the annual giving program while supporting the greater advancement and A Bolder Vision campaign goals. The director is responsible for ensuring that the University is a leader among peers as measured externally in terms of total dollars, percentage participation, consistency of giving, and average gift size. Must exhibit a personal understanding of, and operate in concert with the Foundational Principles, Mission, Vision and Strategic Plan of the University. 

A bachelor’s degree is required, master’s degree preferred. Five years of fund raising experience and a working knowledge of fund raising principles (i.e. moves management) are essential; experience in fund raising in higher education is preferred. Substantial weight will be given to candidates with a proven track record of having successfully managed an institutional Annual Giving Fund at an institution of higher education. Evening, weekend and overnight commitments will be necessary at times. 

A full job description can be viewed on the Malone University website under Employment. Send a cover letter, faith statement and resume with three references to the attention of the Associate VP, Human Resources and Facilities Management at
Deadline: 08/30/2018

National Inventors Hall of Fame
Assistant Development Director
The Assistant Director of Development is a key member of the National Inventors Hall of Fame (NIHF) Development team, responsible for implementing a comprehensive plan for identification, cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship of donors to support NIHF’s programs. Position Responsibilities • Increase the fundraising ability and public visibility of NIHF, its programs, and mission • Implement strategies to cultivate individual, foundation, and corporate partners for NIHF’s PreK-12 programs, Collegiate Inventors Competition, NIHF Induction Events, and NIHF Museum (new and established donors) • Work in collaboration with the Sales team to increase children’s education fundraising in strategic areas of the country • Conduct prospect research and submit LOIs, proposals, and final reports for fundraising in assigned regions • Cultivate relationships with donors and ensure regular communication through phone, email, in-person meetings, and site visits • Work with Sales staff to transition field-identified funding opportunities into donors • Maintain comprehensive, accurate grant and donor files through Salesforce • Travel as required to develop relationships and follow through on qualified prospects • Effectively communicate NIHF’s mission and programs to broad audiences • Other duties as assigned Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities • Strong verbal, writing, and presentation skills • Self-directed, performance-oriented individual who has demonstrated initiative and achievement of goals • Proven proficiency with MS Office applications • Proven proficiency with Salesforce or other donor-related databases • Ability to work effectively under pressure and respond to changing priorities, while adhering to deadlines • Adept communicator who can effectively represent NIHF • Proven prospect research capabilities Credentials and Experience • Bachelor’s degree and 3-5 years’ successful track record in nonprofit development • Demonstrated success in meeting fundraising goals • Experience with digital fundraising, social media " e.g. website, Twitter, Facebook, mobile, etc. as part of a fundraising campaign " desired Benefits of working for the National Inventors Hall of Fame include: • Competitive benefit offerings, including; medical, dental, vision, life, FSA, and disability • 401K plan and employer match of 100%, up to 5% of base salary • Paid time off and paid holidays • Critical Illness/Accident Supplemental Income plans available • On-site workout facility and instructors • Alternate workday scheduling • Six Sigma White Belt training • Great team environment, opportunities for growth, and culture focused on professional development 

Cover letter describing why you are an ideal candidate for the position, salary requirements, and personal interest in working for the National Inventors Hall of Fame, required with resume submission.

Deadline: 06/30/2018

Ohio Guidestone
Communications Coordinator
The Communications Coordinator will be responsible for creating content for agency marketing materials, publications, press releases and act as a resource for agency employees for all communications requests. The Coordinator must have the creative ability to conceptualize designs of event promotions including signage, promotions and presentation materials, while maintaining the agency's brand standards.  The Communications Coordinator will support marketing requests from all agency programs.  This opportunity requires a Bachelor's degree, preferably in Communications or a related field.

Essential Functions:
Provide content support as needed, including content of print, broadcast, video and web-based external communications for agency, program, fund raising, and Board-related needs.
Review content for errors before printing or publishing
Help increase agency awareness through marketing/advertising efforts, PR and stakeholder communications
Coordinate distribution of press releases and other communications messages and manage PR software
Act as a resource for agency employees for all Communication requests, taking appropriate concerns to the Manager of Communications
Manage all communications requests through agency intranet.
Assist internal and external contacts in a positive and professional manner, answering questions or guiding them to the appropriate contact or resource
Maintain regular and reliable attendance
May be involved in the planning, organization, and implementation of special events or department specific projects or seasonal program changes
In times of need, employee may be asked to complete related duties other than those indicated above as assigned by their supervisor 
Performance/Physical Requirements:
Work involves communication in various ways with staff, potential clients and the community. Must have strong English reading, writing and verbal skills. Copy writing, editing and proofreading skills required.
Ability to set priorities, meet deadlines, and manage multiple tasks
Attention to detail and confidentiality required
High level of computer literacy skills, including Windows applications, Microsoft Office Suite and CMS platforms. Basic knowledge of Adobe Creative Suite. 
Bachelor’s degree required; preferably communications, public relations, journalism or related field.

At OhioGuidestone we care about the health and safety of our employees. OhioGuidestone requires applicants to complete a pre-employment screening process upon receipt of an offer of employment. We require and cover the cost of a fingerprint background screening, physical, Tuberculosis test, and drug screen after an employment offer is made. Any employment offer is contingent upon receipt of all satisfactory pre-employment screenings.

Detail Oriented: Capable of carrying out a given task with all details necessary to get the task done well
Innovative: Consistently introduces new ideas and demonstrates original thinking

Education Required
Bachelors or better in Communication or related field.

To apply:

O’Neill Foundation
Grants Manager
The William J. and Dorothy K. O’Neill Foundation is seeking a Grants Manager to coordinate and maintain all of our grantmaking administration processes, systems and data. This key role will be the technical point of contact for grant applicants and recipients; staff and members of the O’Neill family. In partnership with the staff team, the position will support and enhance the Foundation’s grantmaking through the management of day-to-day grantmaking operations using Foundant – the Foundation’s online grants management system.

Specific responsibilities include:
 Be the expert in our organization for all things related to our on-line grants management system. This includes keeping up to date on system enhancements and improvements; participating in all training provided by the vendor and be the key point of contact with vendor.
 Manage and organize information and data from the grants process. Propose and design mechanisms to facilitate and improve staff and family member access to information and data.
 Respond to e-mail inquiries pertaining to the grants process and provide technical assistance to grant applicants.
 Compile and help analyze data from grantee reports and grant applications. Generate grant-related reports as needed by staff and O’Neill family members.
 Provide technical assistance for grant review meetings including accessing data, assembling materials, and coordinating the completion of materials from those meetings.
 Support and improve the effectiveness of the Foundation’s grantmaking operations via process improvements.
 Maintain grant records and files that adhere to legal, auditing and foundation requirements.
 Provide progress reports on the status of the grants process and grant activities based on predetermined schedules and timelines.
 Ensure integrity and quality of grant data

 Bachelor’s degree and at least 2 years of experience OR at least five years of related experience in the nonprofit sector, preferably in philanthropy.

The position is part time 24-30 hours per week. Additional hours may be required during peak grant cycle periods. The position can be remote from your location or on-site in Cleveland, Ohio. If remote, must be able to travel to in-person meetings in Cleveland a minimum of 4 times per year (usually 2-3 days). Professional Development opportunities provided which may also require travel to 1-2 conferences per year.

 Demonstrated experience with online grants management databases and data integrity; preferably with a grant making organization.
 Proficient in Microsoft Word, Outlook, Excel, Access, and Power Point.
 Experience implementing systems and processes to increase organizational efficiency.
 Strong interpersonal skills, including verbal and written communications skills, as well as
a professional telephone manner.
 Knowledge of QuickBooks accounting software is a plus but not necessary.

The Ideal Candidate Will Be:
 Excited about grants management, data systems and problem solving
 Comfortable working alone, with a remote team and in group settings
 A strategic, analytic thinker and problem solver
 A diplomatic communicator who is comfortable working with diverse constituencies while
maintaining a high-level of discretion and confidentiality
 A strong project manager with excellent organizations skills and the flexibility to manage
shifting priorities and work in a self-directed fashion
 Committed to reflecting a broad knowledge of the Foundation’s programs, practices,
policies, and procedures
 Comfortable taking initiative, working alone while being a contributing team member
 Able to maintain the integrity of grants data: entering correct and complete data in grants
database, helping to ensure and maintain accuracy of records; track and record changes
to contacts and other organization info
 Engage in initiatives that foster team collaboration, including meetings, trainings,
retreats, and special projects

To Apply:
Email a one-page cover letter and a resume explaining your interest and how your skills and work experience fit the position to Leslie Perkul (
No phone inquiries, please.

Rock and Roll Hall of Fame
Director of Corporate Relations
The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame is currently considering applicants for the
position of Director of Corporate Relations.  The Director of Corporate Relations
reports to the Senior Director of Development and builds partnerships with
corporations to attract philanthropic support for the Rock Hall. This includes
identifying, cultivating and establishing new relationships, stewarding and
expanding current relationships; overseeing development of compelling, creative
corporate appeals; and tracking and reporting on portfolio activity and success.

1.    Executes strategies to identify, cultivate and solicit corporate prospects and
oversees stewardship activities, as aligned with the Museum’s strategic and
development plans.
·          Establishes relationships to promote philanthropy and secure financial support.
Manages a portfolio of approximately 50-75 donors and prospects, primarily
comprised of representatives of corporations to build a strong pipeline.
Actively leverages Museum events with an understanding of how they can be
used to support institutional and departmental priorities.
2.    Works with Museum staff to identify and help articulate funding needs and priorities.
3.    Creates and implements an annual philanthropic portfolio plan designed to solicit and generate adequate support to meet the organization’s financial goals.
·         Develops individualized cultivation plans that include strategies and tactics based on partnership opportunities; collaborates with volunteers and Rock Hall staff to ensure successful cultivation and attract philanthropic support.
·         Builds relationships with philanthropic partners, working closely with the Vice President of Development and External Relations, Senior Director of Development and the CEO.
4.    Secures charitable support from corporations.
·         Prepares corporate donor proposals that support strategic objectives.
·         Completes any follow up activities required after proposals are submitted, including responding to additional questions.
·         Meets annual goals for program, capital and unrestricted support.
5.    Maintains detailed records of action steps related to cultivation and stewardship of philanthropic portfolio including meeting notes, documents, and other substantive communications.
6.    Creatively identifies appropriate stewardship and recognition opportunities.
7.    Oversees progress on portfolio activities and tracks performance to goals.
8.    Works to stay current in the field of development and practices within the AFP Code of Ethics.
Duties include but may not be limited to the above.

·         Bachelor’s Degree in related field.
·         A minimum of five years non-profit experience preferably in a museum or cultural institution.  Development experience is essential.
·      Demonstrated experience of having cultivated and expanded existing donor/client relationships over time.
·      Flexible and adaptable style; ability to positively impact both strategic and tactical fundraising initiatives.
·      Ability to work both independently without close oversight, and a team player who will productively engage with others at varying levels of seniority within and outside the Museum.
·      Excellent communication skills, both written and oral; ability to influence and engage a wide range of donors and build long-term relationships.
·      High energy and passion for the Museum’s non-profit mission is essential.
·      Ability to meet deadlines; experience including successfully working in deadline-driven environments.
·      A professional and resourceful style; willingness to take initiative, manage multiple tasks and projects at a time, and learn.
·      Strong organizational and time management skills with exceptional attention to detail.
·      Previous experience budgeting and forecasting.
·      Ability to contribute to a culture that exemplifies institutional thinking. Balances departmental goals with institutional priorities and budgetary imperatives.
·      Understands implicitly how to manage and work with different people and various working styles across the organization.
·      Sets a strong example for others by initiating collaboration and working consistently in a collegial manner. Approaches others in a positive manner and builds solid long-term relationships with key stakeholders inside and outside the organization. Sees and acts on the need to gain broad support for ideas and initiatives; consistently engages others throughout the organization to gain buy-in and commitment. Involves staff in various processes to share information and provide input on policies and practices; solicits ideas and opinions to help shape specific decisions or plans.
·         Ability to successfully pass a Rock and Roll Hall of Fame reference check, background investigation and drug screening.
·         Computer Literate:  Microsoft Products; Database Management System.

Ability to work up to 40 hours per week; any shift as assigned, including evenings, weekends and holidays.  Ability to work additional hours as workload demands.  Hours are primarily 8:30 am – 5:30 pm Monday through Friday.

STARTING SALARY:          Commensurate with experience.  (Full-Time/Exempt)

For consideration and to view the complete job posting, please submit your resume, cover letter and salary online at

Social Media Specialist
The Social Media Specialist is responsible for facilitating social media engagement initiatives that internally grow Sherwin-Williams employee engagement and promote our innovative and inclusive culture and externally build Sherwin-Williams corporate culture and promote recruitment efforts. Works closely with internal communications and external cross-functional teams to design, develop, publish and maintain digital content.

SW Kaleidoscope App
Responsible for developing content and content strategies for this internal employee communications channel. Write and edit posts; initiate campaigns to promote two-way communication; and assist with strategy to target translated content to global employees. Develop and collaborate to create assets (graphics, photos, videos.) Source additional content through enterprise-wide network, social listening, and media alerts. Attend and or provide support for content creation at annual events such as National Sales Meetings, Operational and Innovation Excellence, HR Conferences and HQ events.
Grow and maintain relationships with network of enterprise-wide content contributors. Review and edit posts submitted by content contributors and champion best practices for content development.
Grow the SW Kaleidoscope App community through development of promotional strategies to increase employee registrations. Customize strategies for acquisition and engagement based on region and business unit.
Assist with member data maintenance and segmentation of employee data for content targeting. Collaborate with IT and vendor to assist with coordination of API integration.
Establish and track key measures, metrics and reports for monitoring and evaluating App member acquisition and engagement.
Partner with social media digital marketing team members from business units to develop brand advocacy strategy for integration within the App.
Work with Legal and Human Resources to develop and maintain social media guidelines and policies.

Talent Acquisition - Social Media
Responsible for developing an integrated strategy to promote the Sherwin-Williams employer brand through social media to engage and attract candidates.
Manage talent acquisition social profiles; measuring the effectiveness and outcomes to drive continuous improvement.
Develop content; write and edit posts; create visual assets (graphics, photos, videos).
Partner with talent acquisition teams to understand hiring priorities and to design targeted talent acquisition campaigns. Train and coach talent acquisition teams on developing their personal social media channels in support of hiring priorities.
Develop and maintain editorial calendar for social media content.
Establish and track key measures, metrics and reports for monitoring and evaluating Sherwin-Williams social experiences and reputation management program success.

General Enterprise-Wide Internal Communications
Collaborate with colleagues on the development and production of print and digital communications tools designed to enhance employee engagement, improve understanding of corporate priorities and increase awareness of resources and programs available to employees.
Assist in the day-to-day planning, publishing and maintenance of digital content on the Company’s intranet, social and internal email distribution platforms.
Assist with the regular maintenance of CMS content and media inventory (photos, videos and graphics).
Lead and participates in various size projects, effectively communicates project status, issues, and resolutions.
Assume additional responsibilities and perform special projects as needed or directed. 

Formal Education
Position Requirements: 
Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited institution is required 
Bachelor’s Degree in Marketing, Communications, English or Writing from an accredited institution 

Knowledge & Experience:
Minimum of 2 years of experience in a digital Marketing or Communications role responsible for social media or digital content development
Knowledge of social media marketing, community management and industry trends 

Cross functional experience with paid media, branding, communications and/or public relations
Experience with managing customer or employee data and segmentation
Editorial/writing experience
Experience with digital analytics 

Technical Skills:
Proficient in Microsoft suite (Word, Excel, PowerPoint)
Experience with online communities such as LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Youtube, global platforms, and additional/new digital platforms 
Basic HTML knowledge.
Graphic design experience/exposure a plus, with Adobe Creative suite
Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment and will not be discriminated against based on race. color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, protected veteran status, disability, age, pregnancy, genetic information or any other consideration prohibited by law or contract.

Application due by July 2, 2018

To apply:

Stark County Catholic High Schools
Development Director
The Director of Development works closely with the President and Board of Trustees to oversee and manage all aspects of Stark County Catholic Schools’ development program. The Director of Development will implement a comprehensive and results-oriented development plan that includes traditional and innovative strategies. Key components of this plan should include goals, strategies, and timetables for the Annual fund, major and capital gifts, the endowment campaign, alumni giving, planned giving, sponsorships and matching gifts, and should include a complementary focus on prospecting and tactics to build key relationships with alumni, families, and community, corporate, and foundation leaders. This position reports to the President and sits on the Advancement Committee of the Board of Trustees. 

Responsibilities include: Develop, implement and evaluate a comprehensive multi-year annual giving program that includes identification, cultivation, solicitation and stewardship of constituents with objectives, timelines and evaluation plans. In collaboration with the marketing team, develop, direct, organize and analyze direct mail campaigns with specific marketing themes and timelines so as to effectively solicit gifts from alumni, parents, faculty/staff and friends. Develop and propose strategies for solicitation of major gifts, capital projects and endowment including: determining ongoing relationships with prospect/donor; recommending specific purpose and level of gift; identifying those to be involved in cultivation and subsequent solicitation. Oversees management of gift processing and donor acknowledgement, the donor database, and financial reporting. Manages accompanying information systems. Perform prospect research on foundations and corporations to evaluate prospects for corporate and foundation grants. Responsible for conducting the full range of activities required to prepare, submit, and manage grant proposals to foundation and corporate sources. Identify, recruit, train, and solicit prospects for volunteer leadership. Other duties as assigned by the President.
Apply by 07/04/2018
Email cover letter and resume to

TravelCenters of America
Digital Marketing Coordinator
Supports full service marketing manager by planning and executing all web, marketing database, email, social media and display advertising campaigns
Implement digital communications plan through execution of messaging on variety of channels for including email, at-site kiosk, at-site digital boards, web sites, social media, mobile apps, SMS and push notifications.
Manage external vendors for design, email, and IT-related communication functions.
Plan and execute all web, SEO/SEM, marketing database, email, social media and display advertising campaigns
Collaborate with internal teams to create landing pages and optimize user experience
Design, build and maintain our social media presence
Measure and report performance of all digital marketing campaigns, and assess against goals (ROI and KPIs)
Identify trends and insights, and optimize spend and performance based on the insights
Develop creative growth strategies that engage users and drive sales
Develop, plan, execute, and measure digital promotions and conversion tests
Responsible for content management across all digital platforms
Utilize strong analytical ability to evaluate end-to-end customer experience across multiple channels and customer touch points
Collaborate with agencies and other vendor partners to create programs and tactical support elements
Evaluate emerging technologies. Provide thought leadership and perspective for adoption where appropriate
Support marketing manager as needed.

Major Skills and Requirements
BS/MS degree and experience in marketing, advertising or a related field
Proven 5-6 years minimum working experience in digital marketing
Demonstrable experience leading and managing marketing database, email, social media and display advertising campaigns
Highly creative with experience in identifying target audiences and devising digital campaigns that engage, inform and motivate
A working knowledge of digital and social media platforms (WordPress, Tumblr, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest, YouTube, etc).
Strong analytical skills and an attention to detail, with the ability to extract and interpret data from various sources and an understanding of web analytic tools.
General business writing skills including using proper grammar and spelling. Must be able to communicate with a consumer-focused tone and understand how to change style of writing based on channel.
Effective written and verbal communication skills in order to communicate with internal teams.
Ability to juggle multiple priorities and manage own time to ensure projects are completed on time.
Strong analytical skills and data-driven thinking
Up-to-date with the latest trends and best practices in online marketing and measurement
Chain full service dining restaurant marketing experience is strongly preferred.
Demonstrated team commitment
Desire to work in a fast-paced, highly competitive environment.

Other Competencies
Ability to handle multiple projects and details simultaneously while working in a high pressure, deadline orientated environment.
Professional, flexible, and enthusiastic.
Advanced level knowledge of Microsoft Excel, Word, and Power point.
Strong analytical skills, including strong data and financial analysis skills
Sound business and professional ethics.

Other Qualifications
Satisfactory completion of pre-employment screening.

Physical Job Requirements
Ability to move about and communicate with a diverse membership and employee group.
Ability to accomplish the described responsibilities through the use of computers and technology.
Physical effort involves lifting up to 30 pounds on occasion.
Ability to sit and/or stand for extended periods of time.
Ability to work in a changing, challenging and fast paced work environment.
Variable stress levels.
Infrequent business travel.

To apply:

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