Regional Events Development Manager

Organization: National Lung Cancer Partnership
Salary Range:
Date Submitted: 7/9/2013

Job Description

Fundraising rock stars wanted!

Do you have an entrepreneurial spirit and a desire to make a difference? The National Lung Cancer Partnership is a growing non-profit organization dedicated to doubling the lung cancer survival rate. We have an exciting opportunity for an energetic, results-driven Regional Events Development Manager who is responsible for achieving fundraising and awareness goals within the South Central, U.S region. Start your new career today and join the movement to defeat lung cancer!

Typical responsibilities include:

• Maximize fundraising by identifying, cultivating and soliciting new relationships and participation including corporate sponsorships, teams, event activation committee volunteers and other event stakeholders

• Provide oversight for and implementation of multiple community events; serve as an organizational ambassador at each South Central, U.S regional event

• Ensure seamless organization, management and execution of event logistics and production

• Create, manage and steward individual event budgets

Ideal candidates will have:

• Bachelor’s degree in business, marketing or similar field

• A minimum of 4 years of professional experience in fundraising and/or sales, ideally in a non-profit environment

• Previous volunteer management experience desired

• Exceptional communication and relationship building skills

• Ability to work independently and thrive in a results-oriented culture of accountability

• Ability to travel up to 50% annually

Start your new career today and join the movement to defeat lung cancer! To apply, please email a cover letter and resume with salary requirements to [email protected]. No phone calls please. Application deadline is August 29, 2013.

Contact Information

Name: HR Department
Organization: National Lung Cancer Partnership
Address: 1 Point Place, Suite 200
Madison, Wisconsin  53719
Email: [email protected]