Fundraising and Corporate Giving Coordinator, Center for Wildlife - Dynamic and unique wildlife conservation medicine and environmental education center seeks full-time, highly organized and relationship focused fundraising professional. This is an exciting time to join our team, as Center for Wildlife has emerged as one of the leading non-profits in our field in Northern New England.
Under the supervision of the Development Director (DD), the Fundraising and Corporate Giving Coordinator is responsible for serving as point of contact for site rentals, business donor relationships, and membership opportunities. The FCGC supports individual and foundation donor relationships along with maintaining and cultivating new non-profit and business partnership opportunities. The Fundraising and Corporate Giving Coordinator is also responsible for contributing to the growth and implementation of sponsorships, site rentals, and membership engagement. The Fundraising and Corporate Giving Coordinator also assists with producing and maintaining marketing materials; participates in social media and outreach efforts; provides administrative work needed for operating and capital campaigns, and supports the successful execution of fundraising and donor engagement events.
The ideal candidate will have an associate’s or bachelor’s degree, excellent communication and negotiation skills, attention to detail, along with a collaborative and entrepreneurial drive. Experience should include 1-2 years of fundraising work including individual and corporate giving; site rental promotion, booking and coordination; and partnership cultivation. Qualified applicants should be self-motivated and excited to share
Center for Wildlife’s mission, vision and impact with constituents and the community. Work experience or passion for wildlife and environmental fields is a plus.
The position is salary pay commensurate with experience, 4 days in office/1 day remote, nights and weekends as needed with flex scheduling accommodated. Typical work week for this position is Tuesday through Saturday, 40 hours. Full-time benefits include health insurance, IRA contribution, ongoing professional development opportunities, holidays and paid time off. Center for Wildlife also offers a positive work culture, and satisfaction at working at one of the only organizations of its kind performing critical work for
wildlife and nature connection during this critical time in our society. Center for Wildlife was founded in 1986, has over 50,000 followers on its social media, an annual operating budget of $995,000, 7 board members, and 15 full-time and 3 seasonal staff. Since inception CFW has treated over 75,000 injured and orphaned wild animals, presented environmental education programming to over 200,000 community members, and developed a strong philanthropic culture and community reputation. Center for Wildlife has
recently completed construction and transitioned operations to a brand new $8.5M facility and campus.
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