Koreatown Youth & Community Center | Los Angeles CA 90020 USA | Full Time | Posted: 11/13/2012
Under the direction of the Executive Director, the Development Coordinator is a managerial position responsible for coordinating all aspects of the organization’s grant writing, participating in marketing and communications, and assisting with stewardship of individual and corporate contributors. The Development Coordinator will also participate as a part of the management team. Supervision will focus on goals and objectives and work plans will be reviewed at agreed upon milestones with performance reviews. Performance is reviewed on a continuous basis with specific goals and objectives identified throughout the year. Timeliness, quality of work and objectives met will be emphasized. This is a full-time, exempt position.
Duties / Responsibilities:
• Coordinate all grant writing efforts:
o Work with Executive Director, other Directors and Managers to determine funding priorities;
o Responsible for researching government, foundation and corporate funding opportunities;
o Assess fit of funding opportunities with KYCC’s needs and responsible for strategizing the approach to the funder;
o Write grant proposals and coordinate submissions;
o Grant tracking and reporting to stakeholders; and
o Coordinate foundation stewardship activities.
• Participate in marketing, communications and external relations:
o Coordinate preparation of KYCC’s annual report, agency informational brochures, and other collateral, including managing vendors;
o Represent the organization at community events;
o Act as a spokesperson for the organization; and
o Attend relevant meetings, conferences, and media-related functions.
• Assist with individual and corporate giving efforts:
o Help coordinate and execute stewardship plans for contributors; and
o Oversee the management of the contributor database.
• Participate in overall management of the organization:
o Participate in management meetings;
o Participate in directors’ meetings, as requested; and
o Participate in organizational planning activities.
• Other related assignments and projects as directed by the Executive Director.
• A Bachelor’s Degree in English, Journalism, writing, marketing or related field from an accredited university or college –OR- two (2) years of college with three years of experience in development or communications;
• At least one (1) year of work experience in grant writing, fund development and/or communications;
• Ability to organize and prepare documentation in a timely manner;
• Strong interpersonal, organizational, oral and written communication skills;
• Self-directing, good follow through, and ability to work independently;
• Ability to work with people with diverse cultural and economic backgrounds and strong commitment to working with a multicultural community;
• Ability to handle multiple tasks in a fast paced environment;
• Demonstrable working skill in the use and operation of personal computers for word processing and spreadsheet applications;
• Valid California Driver License, access to personal transportation, and proof of auto insurance;
• Proof of eligibility to work in the United States; and
• Physical requirements: able to sit for long periods of time, seeing to inspect the field and written documents; ability to communicate with KYCC staff, affiliates, clients and public; sitting for extended periods of time; and dexterity of hands and fingers to operate office equipment.
• Work experience at nonprofit organizations;
• Work experience in or demonstrated knowledge of Los Angeles Koreatown;
• Bilingual capacity (Korean/English); and
• Experience in the development and use of data base applications.
|Location||Los Angeles, CA, 90020, United States|
|Annual Salary||$48,000.00 - $60,000.00/Yearly|
|Categories||Community Improvement/Capacity Building/Economic Development, Education, Environment/Wildlife/Quality Protection/Beautification, Social Work/ Services, Youth Services|
|Contact Name||Ashley Kim|
|How to apply||Applications are no longer accepted for this job posting.|