OverviewCanadian Diabetes Association Coordinator, Community Partnership Full Time in Calgary, AB
Canadian Diabetes Association
Branch Calgary AB CA
Coordinator, Community Partnership
If you have special requirements please advise Human Resources during the recruitment process. Every year, the Canadian Diabetes Association provides services…
Working at the Canadian Diabetes Association offers our employees with so much more than just a job; we offer an opportunity to make a difference. Every day, every employee has a direct impact on improving the lives of millions of people, with the ultimate goal of a world free of the effects of diabetes. Click to see our mission .
A career at the Canadian Diabetes Association delivers access to safe and healthy workplaces, meaningful work, and positive work-life balance – so that employees are able to perform at their best, contribute to their communities and focus on cultivating deeper relationships with our partners.
Every year, the Canadian Diabetes Association provides services in more than 150 Canadian communities, supporting people living with diabetes through Research , advocacy , education and services .
The organization employs over 800 people and is supported by more than 42,000 volunteers. Our mission is to lead the fight against diabetes by helping people with diabetes live healthy lives while we work to find a cure. To learn more about the Canadian Diabetes Association and our mandate please visit our website .
Reporting into the Regional Director, the Community Partnership Coordinator is responsible to identify and cultivate strategic partnerships with corporations, community organizations and individuals to secure CDA as their charity of choice. Recruit and steward individuals/employee groups for CDA prescribed peer to peer programs (Team D) and annual campaigns
About The Community Partnership Coordinator Role
Some of the main priorities of this role:
- Driving our Team D events internationally (Walks, Runs, etc.)
- Driving revenue through our major organization wide campaigns building new partnerships, maintaining and growing existing relationships.
- Increase 3 rd party events in the community where CDA is the benefactor
- Increase participation (stewarding/recruiting) at revenue generating community events at the corporate, community and individual level
- Increase revenue generation from community initiated events (3 rd party event)s
- Increase renewals and minimize attrition
- Increase brand awareness and position CDA as charity of choice
- In partnership with the Community Development team, develop strategies to engage corporations and community organizations in alignment with value proposition
- Develop strategic partnerships with corporations, community organizations and individuals to secure CDA’s placement as their charity of choice
- Collaborate with corporations, community organizations and individuals to identify, sell and secure commitment to championing successful revenue generating opportunities (events)
- Facilitate and provide support to ensure a positive fundraising experience for participants
- Implement a recruiting/stewarding strategy to meet/exceed targets with new and renewing participants
- Update and maintain funnel of viable corporate, community and individual prospects
- Champion CDA’s recognition program to facilitate ongoing recognition within one’s portfolio
- Increase community awareness of CDA and champion events
As the successful candidate for the Community Partnership Coordinator role you will have:
- Post-secondary education in fundraising or equivalent work experience
- 3-5 years fundraising/ Community Giving experience or partnering with community groups
- Ability to achieve results while maintaining and building effective relationships
- Cold calling and “hunter” sales experience
- Strong promotional, marketing, results oriented aptitude
What The Canadian Diabetes Association Can Offer You
- Comprehensive health benefits
- Opportunity to be involved in CDA events that help your communities
- Click to learn more about How You Can Help and Community Involvement
What You Need To Know
- Must be legally eligible to work in Canada at the location(s) specified above and, where applicable, must have a valid work permit or study permit that allows the candidate to fulfill the requirements of the role
- At the Canadian Diabetes Association, we encourage applications from all qualified individuals, and value a diverse workforce that reflects the communities we serve.
- The Canadian Diabetes Association is committed to accommodating people with disabilities as part of our hiring process. If you have special requirements please advise Human Resources during the recruitment process.
- We thank all interested applicants; however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.
- No agencies or phone calls please, email applications will not be considered.
Employment Type: Full Time
Location: Calgary, AB, CA
Posted on: 2017-01-25