Job Posting 87286

Fund Development Coordinator
Kindred Connections Society
Calgary area
250, 707 - 10th AVE SW Calgary, AB T2R 0B3
closed 9 days ago (Mon, 26 Sep)
part time

About Kindred:
At Kindred, we’re convinced the key to living well is healthy relationships with self, family, and others. But relationships are complicated and sometimes we find ourselves in vulnerable places, disconnected from those who matter most.
Kindred’s purpose is to realize the power of human connection, and it shapes everything we do. Whether nuclear or chosen, family is the most important relationship in a person’s life. So, we invest in the special bond between children and those that care for them. We provide road maps toward healing when essential relationships are ruptured. And we understand that accessing timely mental health support can inspire confidence with self and others. Healthy human connection is possible, and together we can realize it.


The Position:
Job Title: Fund Development Coordinator
Job Type: Permanent, 0.8 FTE (28 hours/week)
Hybrid Work Option Available


Position Overview:
Reporting to the Director of Community Relations, the Fund Development Coordinator will work closely with the Community Relations Team with a portfolio focused on helping ensure the financial sustainability and growth of Kindred’s critical programs and services and strategic initiatives through a variety of fund development initiatives and supporting other Community Relations functions.


Key Accountabilities (job functions include but are not limited to):
• Administration of the complete grant cycle. Consulting with various internal stakeholders, research and seek out grant opportunities; collaborate with inter-disciplinary team to assemble all relevant information; write and submit proposals; track and monitor every stage of the application process; and proactively manage and adhere to all grant obligations and requirements including the creation of interim reports and final reports;
• Support the Community Relations team and the Unlocking Potential Foundation Board in reaching fundraising goals by supporting all fundraising initiatives including, but not limited to, planning, organizing and executing fundraising initiatives;
• Support Community Relations team members on other projects when needed.


Qualifications:
• Bachelor’s degree in a related field or equivalent educational background required;
• 3-5 years of event planning experience, preferably in a non-profit environment;
• 3-5 years of fundraising experience, preferably in a non-profit environment;
• Exemplary written, interpersonal and communication skills;
• Ability to work collaboratively with various stakeholders (internal and external);
• Strong organizational skills and the ability to juggle multiple timelines and deadlines;
• Consistent, reliable and detail-oriented;
• Capacity and drive for innovation, critical thinking and problem solving:
• Research and analytical skills;
• Strong sense of accountability, commitment towards measuring outcomes and ability to work in a results-oriented culture;
• The Core Brain Story Certification through The Alberta Family Wellness Initiative is an asset.


Qualities and Characteristics:
• Embodies Kindred’s purpose (connection!) as demonstrated by prioritizing, embracing, and thriving in the work through strong relationships internally and externally;
• Strong personal alignment with the Kindred values: compassion, courage, family, excellence, and humility.


Other Requirements:
• Valid driver’s license, clean driver’s abstract and use of a vehicle with appropriate insurance;
• Expectation of flexibility with hours to meet organizational needs; some evening work may be required.


Successful applicants for this Position must complete Police Information Check and Alberta Intervention Record Check

 

Vaccine Policy: The safety of Kindred employees and our clients is our top priority. All employees will be required to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 as a condition of their employment.


The need for human connection is universal. At Kindred, we believe that everyone deserves to experience belonging regardless of where you come from, who you love, how much money you have or how you choose to pray. By embracing diversity of culture, race, religion, ability, sexual orientation, gender identity, and thought, Kindred is committed to ensuring there is space for you. Kindred approaches its diversity, equity, and inclusion journey with curiosity and humility. We commit to creating a safe and inclusive environment for our staff, clients and anyone we have the privilege of being in connection with.

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