This position assists the Fund Development Coordinator with fundraising, events, and communications. Emphasis will be placed on tasks such as event planning and reporting, third party events management, internal and online communications, community awareness campaigns, donor relations, and strategic marketing plans.
The successful candidate will assist the Fund Development Coordinator with planning, organizing, data recording, advertising, implementing, evaluating, and reporting on ARCH events and third party events. This person will also be responsible for contributing to the newsletter and assisting with updating the website and social media. In addition to photography and videography, the Intern will assist with presenting to local service clubs, businesses, and various community awareness campaigns. The Intern will also have the opportunity to work independently on certain projects such as the implementation of an event and the development of a social media plan.
Skills and Knowledge:
Applicants should be efficient, fluent with computers, Microsoft Office, creative software, social media and websites. They also must exhibit strong research, quantitative and qualitative analysis, record-keeping and report writing experience. We are looking for strategic indidivuals that display iniatiatve in creative problem solving as well as that enthusiatistically rise to challenges. The ideal candidate will be an organized and adaptable individual with proven communication abilities (written, verbal, and presentation). Other essential skills include: customer service capabilities, interpersonal skills, an ability to work in a team setting, work well under pressure, photography, and videography. Energetic and creative or artistic individuals with an interest in ongoing learning are preferred.
Bachelor’s degree with a concentration in one of the following: business, commerce, administration, PR, marketing, events management, journalism, or related field. Those with other degrees and formal Minors in the above areas may also be considered. Related experience and volunteer work are assets.
Candidates must be a Northern Ontario secondary school graduate 29 years of age or under who recently graduated from an accredited college or university (within the last 3 years). Graduates from a high school outside of Northern Ontario who have resided in the North for at least one year are also eligible. Mature graduates may be considered.
Remuneration: One year contract, salary
Application: Cover letter and resume (total max 3 pgs) in PDF format by January 18 at 5:00pm
Email applications to: Lee Skinner, Fund Development Coordinator
Only candidates chosen for an interview will be contacted