The Development Coordinator offers support to the organization's development department, focusing on building financial capacity to sustain growth. The Development Coordinator handles a variety of tasks related to institutional and individual giving. Much of the day's work is spent supporting Development leadership with the management of current and prospective donors, reports, managing updates and action plans, maintaining fundraising profiles on the development software, and researching ways to bring in additional funds. This is an integral role in many non‐profit and educational groups that depend on fundraising as a revenue source. Primary responsibilities of this position are to support and coordinate fundraising initiatives with development team, maintain the donor database, assist with donor communications, and provide internal program assistance for Chief Development and Engagement Officer (CDEO).
The Sales Manager will develop and deploy a regional outreach strategy and program in collaboration with the Executive Director, Oregon and Washington Program Directors, Student Services Director, and Chief Development and Engagement Officer. Success for this position will be defined by revenue and margin growth, strong collaborative relationships with other senior leaders, and program quality and innovation. This is structured initially as a half-time position with the potential to grow into a full-time position following individual and organizational success.
The Senior Course Advisor/Medical Screener is part of a 4 to 5‐person Student Services team providing support to incoming students and families in all areas of the student‐centered experience, helping students through the admissions process, and providing outstanding customer service. Responsibilities may include and are not limited to: high-level medical screening, managing student paperwork, conducting student interviews, assisting Student Services Director in enrollment management, long-term departmental planning, regional outreach, and occasionally interfacing with Outward Bound Services Group. The Senior Course Advisor must be available to work and/or be on call on a Saturday or Sunday once a month for 4-8 hours and able to travel, occasionally, for necessary trainings and outreach events.