Employment

Current Employment Opportunities:

Job Title:  

Community Campaign Coordinator

 

Reporting To:  

Development Director

 

Exempt OR

Non-exempt:

 

Non-exempt

 

 

Core Hours: Full-time, 37.5 hours per week. Office open Monday-Friday, 8:30am to 4:30pm. Must be able to work a flexible schedule with the possibility of some early morning, evening, and weekend work.

 

Salary and Benefits:

 

 

Starting salary from $17.98/hour to $20.28/hour commensurate with experience and education. Health benefits and Earned Sick and Safe Time (ESST) provided.

 

Overall Purpose

of This Role:

This position will work together with local organizations and individuals to achieve positive and lasting change in our community through fundraising and mobilizing resources. Responsibilities include coordinating annual fundraising efforts, organizing events, and facilitating community engagement efforts. This position primarily serves the geographic region of Greater Duluth in St. Louis County with occasional travel as applicable to the areas of Ashland-Bayfield WI counties, the North Shore (Lake-Cook MN counties), and the Superior-Douglas WI County community for annual community giving campaign activity.

 

The Community Campaign Coordinator participates in United Way’s commitment to excellent customer service through positive relationship-building with donors, community partners, and United Way staff.

 

Key Accountabilities: Workplace Campaign Account Management:

·  Provide support and consultation to help companies design and implement effective employee giving campaigns

·  Serve as primary liaison with Employee Campaign Coordinators (ECCs)

·  Develop and strengthen relationships with companies, donors, and volunteers

·  Assist in the development and implementation of employee campaigns in a defined portfolio of companies primarily in the Greater Duluth area as well as supporting overall campaign efforts

·  Identify companies and donors for staff to cultivate beyond the traditional campaign period

 

Campaign Activity and Stewardship:

·  Make presentations to individuals and groups with the intent of asking for contributions to support the Head of the Lakes United Way (HLUW) mission

·  Act as a resource for external and internal audiences

·  Arrange for materials, speakers and other resources to support the workplace campaigns

·  Establish communication mechanisms to keep companies and ECCs informed and engaged

·  Complete the workplace campaign process from consultation through thoughtful stewardship and recognition of companies, ECC’s and volunteers

·  In conjunction with the campaign team, help organize annual campaign events including the campaign kick-off, ECC Trainings, fundraising events and the celebration luncheon

·  Recruit, manage and recognize campaign volunteers

·  Participate in select regional events to maintain visible United Way presence (as scheduled)

·  Participate in campaign meetings and complete other campaign related activities as assigned

 

Data Organization and Reporting:

·  Maintain accurate records of accounts

·  Utilize the CRM software ANDAR to maintain accurate contact data, communication, and stewardship

·  Provide regular account updates to the campaign team and director on progress and goals

·  Complete UW reports as needed

·  Assist with community data analysis and communication

 

Additional Accountabilities:

·  Maintain collaborative working relationships with United Way staff and partners

·  Use tact and judgment in working with others effectively

·  Provide exceptional customer service to both internal and external customers

·  Attend organizational and committee meetings as directed

·  Perform other duties as assigned

 

Supervision and Working Relationships: ·  Position works under the direct supervision of the Development Director

·  Position works with United Way staff, donors, Employer Campaign Coordinators, volunteers, and external vendors as appropriate

 

 

Education,

Training, and

Prior Work

Experience

Required:

·  Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent combination of experience and education in Business, Marketing, Fundraising, Communication or a related field.

·  Demonstrated public speaking experience

·  Excellent project coordination, verbal, and written communication skills

·  Strong time management and organizational skills, attention to detail, and the ability to work independently

·  Strong community- and relationship-building skills

·  Ability to prioritize and balance competing demands; ability to plan and meet deadlines

·  Ability to recognize potential problems and formulate actions and reactions

·  High degree of confidentiality

 

Technical Knowledge: Proficiency with Microsoft Office, including Word and Excel, and the Internet; familiarity with database/customer relationship management systems preferred

 

Physical Demands: The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

 

The person in this position regularly is required to remain in a stationary position, and frequently operates a computer and other office productivity machinery such as a calculator, copier, printer, and scanner.

 

The person in this position needs to move about inside the office occasionally to access file cabinets, office machinery, etc. Regular visits to the worksites of HLUW’s workplace partners require the person to move about inside other office spaces as well.

 

The person in this position frequently communicates with individual donors, representatives at HLUW workplace partners, and other members of the Campaign Team. They must be able to exchange accurate information in these situations.

 

Other Requirements: Must have a valid driver’s license, automobile insurance, and a reliable vehicle

 

 

Disclaimer: This description reflects management’s assignment of essential functions and does not proscribe or restrict the tasks that may be assigned. The job description is subject to change at any time.

Application Instructions:

This position will be open until filled. If you’re interested in applying for the position, please submit a resume and cover letter as soon as possible to Rachel Loeffler-Kemp at rloeffler-kemp@hlunitedway.org, or mail to:

Attn: Rachel Loeffler-Kemp, Development Director

Head of the Lakes United Way

424 West Superior street, Suite 402

Duluth, Mn 55802

(PLEASE NOTE: Due to HLUW staff working primarily from home during the pandemic, email submission of applications is preferred. If you need to use mail to submit your application, please notify Rachel using the contact information below.)

Questions: Contact Rachel Loeffler-Kemp at 218.726.4771 or email rloeffler-kemp@hlunitedway.org.

 

 

Job Title:

 

 

Community Engagement Coordinator

 

Reporting To:

 

Impact Director
 

Exempt OR

Non-exempt:

 

Non-exempt
Core Hours:

 

 

Part-time, 20 hours per week. Office open Monday-Friday, 8:30am to 4:30pm. Must be able to work a flexible schedule with the possibility of some early morning, evening, and weekend work.
 

Salary and Benefits:

 

 

Starting salary from $17.98/hour to $20.28/hour commensurate with experience and education. Health benefits and Earned Sick and Safe Time (ESST) provided.
Overall Purpose

of This Role:

 

 

 

The Community Engagement Coordinator coordinates the Head of the Lakes United Way Volunteer Center program (VC) and supports the community investment process that includes supporting the grant application process, fund review panels, outcome measurement strategies and facilitating community stakeholder engagement activities and communication. The position also supports volunteerism-related program offerings including the Emerging Leaders Board Training Program.

 

The Community Engagement Coordinator participates in United Way’s commitment to excellent customer service through positive relationship-building with donors, community partners, and United Way staff.

 

Key Accountabilities: Volunteer Center Program Coordination:

·  Work with key stakeholders to assess community needs and establish an infrastructure to support a community-wide volunteer coordination system

·  Serve as point of contact for nonprofit affiliates working with the Volunteer Center

·  Collaborate with the Marketing Coordinator to create promotional marketing and communication materials

·  Coordinate annual volunteer center activities

·  Recruit, track, and support ongoing nonprofit partner affiliations, renewals and activities

·  Update and maintain the Digital Galaxy volunteer management center software and website

·  In conjunction with the Impact Director, seek funds to support VC activities

·  Create pathways and materials to encourage corporate volunteerism in collaboration with campaign staff

·  Recruit and coordinate volunteers to support Volunteer Center activity and events

·  Refer walk-in, telephone and email volunteer inquiries to local agencies

 

Community Investment/Fund Distribution Process Coordination:

·  Support the request for proposals (RFP) funding application roll-out process to solicit grant applicants

·  Work with the Impact Director to organize the community investment review panels

·  Help maintain the ANDAR community building database and provide assistance to grantees accessing HLUWs funding and reporting processes

·  Recruit and mobilize volunteers to support the funding panels and other community impact activities

·  Aid in the development of community investment materials, meetings, and trainings

 

Assessment and Data Collection:

·  Collect, analyze, and distribute current research and data related to HLUW impact areas

·  Assist the Impact Director in devising and executing the community assessment plan

·  Organize the funded program reporting and accountability process to collect and analyze impact data

·  Assist with identification and implementation of new projects to meet community-wide outcomes

·  Identify opportunities to publicize community impact activities and milestones, internally and externally

 

Administrative and General Support:

·  Provide administrative support to the Impact Director which could include preparation of documents, meeting minutes, filing, printing, and meeting preparations for Community Impact needs

·  Provide general support for volunteerism-related program offerings including the Emerging Leaders Board Training Program

·  Attend Community Impact (CI) meetings and provide support for the CI Committee as requested

 

Additional Accountabilities:

·  Maintain collaborative working relationships with United Way staff and partners

·  Use tact and judgment in working with others effectively

·  Provide exceptional customer service to both internal and external customers

·  Attend organizational meetings as directed

·  Perform other duties as assigned

 

Supervision and Working Relationships:

 

·  Position works under the direct supervision of the Impact Director

·  Position works with United Way staff, board, donors, workplace partners, volunteers, and external vendors as appropriate

Education,

Training, and

Prior Work

Experience

Required:

·  Associate or Bachelor’s degree, or equivalent combination of experience and education in Health and Human Services or a related field

·  Experience working for a nonprofit agency is preferred

·  Excellent project coordination, facilitation, verbal, and written communication skills

·  Strong time management and organizational skills, attention to detail, and the ability to work independently

·  Strong community- and relationship-building skills

·  Ability to prioritize and balance competing demands; ability to plan and meet deadlines

·  Ability to recognize potential problems and formulate actions and reactions

 

Technical Knowledge:

 

Proficiency with Microsoft Office, including Word and Excel, and the Internet
Physical Demands: The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job.   Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

 

The person in this position regularly is required to remain in a stationary position, and frequently operates a computer and other office productivity machinery such as a calculator, copier, printer, and scanner.

 

The person in this position needs to move about inside the office occasionally to access file cabinets, office machinery, etc.

 

The person in this position frequently communicates with donors, volunteers, representatives at HLUW workplace partners, HLUW board members, and other members of the HLUW staff team. They must be able to exchange accurate information in these situations.

 

Disclaimer: This description reflects management’s assignment of essential functions and does not proscribe or restrict the tasks that may be assigned. The job description is subject to change at any time.

Application Instructions:

This position will be open until filled. If you’re interested in applying for the position, please submit a resume and cover letter as soon as possible to Matt Hunter at mhunter@hlunitedway.org, or mail to:

Attn: Matt Hunter, President

Head of the Lakes United Way

424 West Superior street, Suite 402

Duluth, Mn 55802

(PLEASE NOTE: Due to HLUW staff working primarily from home during the pandemic, email submission of applications is preferred. If you need to use mail to submit your application, please notify Rachel using the contact information below.)

Questions: Contact Matt Hunter at 218.213.8188 or email mhunter@hlunitedway.org.