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Development Coordinator

ElderHelp strives to enhance the quality of life for seniors by providing information and services that help them
live independently and with dignity.
Compassion ~ Integrity ~ Community ~ Accountability ~ Respect ~ Excellence
Organizational Expectations
ElderHelp employees are expected to be flexible, positive, have a good sense of humor, contribute to the solution,
seriously integrate the organizations values into their work, and work hard to make a difference in the lives of seniors.
Position Expectations
ElderHelps Development Coordinator is organized, accurate, thorough, and works with a high attention to detail.
The Development Coordinator is deadline oriented and understands a culture of philanthropy.
PART-TIME POSITION: The Development Coordinator works under the guidance of the Director of Philanthropy as
part of a team to support all development activities.
Director of Philanthropy
Social Media and Website
Assists with creating and posting social media content including Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, and any other
media forms
Assists with creating written content for the website and has knowledge of Word Press
Assists with creating content for Constant Contact
Provides the support to the Director of Philanthropy with all event details including committee support,
tracking status of sponsorships and auction items, data entry and other administrative support as directed
Direct Mail
Helps to administer, plan and implement direct mail processes
Works with mailing house to communicate mailing needs, prices, and ensures mailing house has all
components of the mailing
Ensures timely and appropriate acknowledgement of gifts as needed
Provides oversite and support to office volunteer responsible for thank you letters, which includes proofing
Donor Perfect codes and all correspondence.

Develops and maintain effective working relationships with donors, volunteers etc. to nurture a connection
to ElderHelp
Assists with any other administrative duties as directed by the Executive Team
Other duties as assigned
This position requires a person of demonstrated integrity, accountability, dependability, maturity and
professionalism. The individual should be highly proficient at written and verbal communication and possess strong
planning and problem-solving skills. While being a highly organized independent worker, the individual should be a
team player able to represent the agency with professionalism and tact in all situations. Ideal candidate has strong
computer skills with knowledge of Constant Contact, Donor Perfect and Word Press as well as Microsoft Office. It is
essential that the candidate is detail and deadline oriented.
Candidate must have a Bachelors Degree in Communications, Marketing, or a related field. Ideal candidate must
have a minimum of 3 years experience in marketing, development, or related field. Experience providing
administrative support preferred.
Submit cover letter and resume to Gretchen Veihl at Resumes submitted without a
cover letter will not be considered. No phone inquiries. No walk-ins.

This Job Posting is intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed. It is not meant to be
construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties and skills required by this job classification.
ElderHelp of San Diego is an equal opportunities employer that values diversity in its many forms. ElderHelp does
not discriminate in its employment practices or policies on the basis of race, color, creed, ethnic or national origin
or ancestry, age, gender, religious beliefs, sexual orientation, veteran status or disability.