Community Investment Coordinator

Company Details

Date Posted: 

March 15, 2023


Belleville, ON


Full time, 35hrs/wk


$23.92 – $26.92/hr   

Job Duties & Responsibilities:

Responsible for full event coordination, management, and execution of Hospice Quinte fund development events

Own every aspect of an event, from venue choice to success metrics

Meet agreed productivity targets through successful management of activities

Establish and maintain relationships with vendors and venues

Create reliable financial reports, budgets, and workback schedules

Remain within budget with all costs

Manage events and addressing potential problems that may arise

Maintain a working knowledge of the complex needs of a wide variety of events

Liaise with vendors, exhibitors, and stakeholders during the event planning process to ensure everything is in order

Manage all event set-up, tear down, and follow-up processes

Event promotion and advertising

Develop, implement, and manage supporter journey email marketing campaigns to improve supporter relationships and increase supporter acquisition, retention and development for event fundraisers

Plan multiple events at once, while still attending to other duties

Maintain records of event planning, results, and success, and lessons learned for each event

Set up registration and other required forms in donor database

Work well, and in a positive, cooperative, and appreciative manner with volunteers 

Recruit, train, schedule, and coach volunteers for events

Recruit and coordinate volunteer event committees and provide guidance and support for their activities

Act as first point of contact for all third-party event fundraisers and to offer appropriate support when needed

Proactively approach past third party fundraisers to encourage repeat fundraising

Develop relationships with external partners and networks and ensure that any new networks are identified to maximize fundraising opportunities, including proactively approaching groups and associations to fundraise for the charity and support them with their fundraising activity

Donor database, research, maintenance, and reporting as required

Deliver talks and presentations to local community groups and organizations and represent Hospice Quinte at functions when required

Participate and contribute to encourage and support activities which promote effective team functioning throughout Hospice Quinte

Participate in assigned Hospice Quinte activities, events, and committees

Demonstrate appropriate boundaries with staff, volunteers, clients, and members of the community

Attend meetings, conferences, and training as required


Graduate from a recognized university or college with a degree/diploma in communications, public relations, sales, marketing, fundraising, events management, or related professional experience

1-3 years’ experience (specifically relevant fundraising, sales, or revenue-generating event management experience)

Strong people skills with focus on collaborative work style

Excellent interpersonal skills including effective networking and listening skills

Excellent analytical, organizational, administrative, and time management skills

Ability to work independently and with supervision

Excellent communication (verbal/written) and problem-solving skills

Ability to create and maintain good working relationships with a variety of internal and external constituents

Ability to multi-task and set priorities with a sense of urgency to achieve goals

Proficiency working with Microsoft Office Suite of Products

Willingness to work flexible hours, including evenings and weekends to meet deadlines

Possess a vehicle and valid driver’s license

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