Multicultural Outreach Coordinator, Gift of Life Donor Program

Posted by Gift of Life Donor Program on October 06, 2014

Gift of Life Donor Program, the nation’s leading organ procurement organization, is responsible for recovering and distributing organs and tissues used in life-saving and life-enhancing transplants in eastern Pennsylvania, southern New Jersey and Delaware.

This is an excellent opportunity for an experienced professional to lead all aspects of organizing, promoting, and managing programs and events associated with increasing the awareness of and commitment to organ and tissue donation in the African American, Latino, Asian and other ethnic and minority communities, as well as within the religious communities, within service area.

You will cultivate relationships with community, ethnic, civic and cultural groups as well as media outlets to strategically integrate Gift of Life into all market segments within the service area.

Bachelor’s degree in education, communications, marketing, public health, or related field plus a minimum of two years experience in program & budget development/management for a non-profit organization, special interest or cause required. Experience in multicultural programming preferred. Must possess excellent organizational, writing, presentation and leadership skills and demonstrated ability to work with community leaders and diverse volunteers. Valid driver’s license as well as the ability to travel and work nights and weekends is required. Proficiency in Microsoft Office and PowerPoint required.

We offer an outstanding compensation and benefits package, including medical, prescription drug, dental and STD/LTD insurances, as well as tuition assistance and an employer matched 403(b) savings plan.

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