AmeriCorps VISTA- Mission Advancement Coordinator

Catholic Charities Atlanta

About the organization

The Mission Advancement team is responsible for raising $2 million annually while also developing multi-faceted communications strategies to effectively connect with donors, community leaders and collaborators, volunteers and the general public; and creating and implementing a marketing and media plan which expands our top of mind presence in target markets, builds brand awareness, and inspires the public/major donors to support CCA.

Duties

The VISTA Mission Advancement Coordinator will help aid the efforts in building awareness of the agency’s programs and service through both marketing and fundraising efforts. The coordinator will be responsible for producing, posting and tracking of social media and website content across our platforms and working with program staff to create the information shared. Additionally, the VISTA would help in creating marketing collateral materials for the agency and assist in planning events that both raise funds for the agency and engage the community in the work of the agency. The VISTA will assist in event planning, fundraising, and communications efforts to effectively connect with donors, community leaders and collaborators, volunteers and the general public. The VISTA will also assist in marketing efforts to help expand our top of mind presence in target markets, build brand awareness, and inspire the public/major donors to support CCA.

Qualifications

College graduate.

Application instructions

Contact email: [email protected]

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