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Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University Career Opportunities

Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University’s Philanthropy and Alumni Relations Office has 13 career opportunities open within the University’s Office of Philanthropy and Alumni Engagement they are looking to fill. Most of these positions will be based at their Daytona Beach, Florida Campus; however, they also have a Leadership Annual Giving Position which will be based in Phoenix, Arizona.

They are looking for individuals capable of bringing energy to their position and community, while still being professional and upholding the university's core values. If you are interested in this opportunity and want more information, please follow the link below, which will take you to a page outlining in greater detail each open position and the numerous benefits of being employed there. This page will also include details on who to contact based on what position you wish to apply for.

Community Outreach & Volunteer Coordinator, Verde Valley Caregivers Coalition

Verde Valley Caregivers Coalition (VVCC), a nonprofit organization dedicated to providing accessible transportation and programs, through volunteer services, to support adults in need of assistance to maintain their independence and quality of life at home, is currently looking to fill the Community Engagement & Outreach Coordinator position.

VVCC serves adults in need throughout the greater Verde Valley, depending on more than 300 volunteers to provide supportive services to over 2,200 adults in need. The Community Engagement & Outreach Coordinator, reporting to the Development & Communications Manager, is responsible for the overall recruitment and coordination of all VVCC volunteers

Key Responsibilities:

  • Coordinating and performing volunteer recruiting activities; organizing volunteer orientations; assuring volunteers are provided with ample opportunity to serve in a timely manner; coordinating volunteer meetings and acknowledgement with cards and calls
  • Assisting and working in conjunction with the Development & Communications Manager to reach or exceed volunteer recruiting goals by implementing all or assigned portions of the VVCC Volunteer Recruitment Plan
  • Enrolling new volunteers and assisting with modifying or developing volunteer enrollment forms and volunteer manuals and guides
  • Presenting new volunteers to the Call Center staff and assuring volunteer information is accurately entered in the Assisted Rides system
  • Welcoming new volunteers and determining volunteer satisfaction with their service experiences, both immediately following first services and for all current volunteers via surveys
  • Coordinating and conducting presentations to a wide variety of service clubs, churches, schools, businesses, local governments, and community service events to broaden public awareness and engage their support
  • Assisting with developing communications and presentation materials, organizing special events and volunteer appreciation events, and facilitating the annual holiday gift program, as assigned


  • Three or more years experience in positions responsible for two or more of the following: community engagement/marketing, public relations, program development, volunteer coordination, and supervision
  • A bachelor’s degree or higher
  • Volunteer coordination and recruiting experience is preferred
  • Intermediate or higher-level proficiency in MS Windows, MS Office 2010, including Publisher and PowerPoint

Employment and Application Details:
Part-time, hourly: 32 hours per week.
Starting Pay: $17.00/hour
Reports to Development & Communications Manager
VVCC Offices: 299 Van Deren, Suite 2
Sedona, AZ 86336

For a complete job description go to
To apply, please submit a resume and cover letter stating your qualifications and interest in the position to by February 28, 2020.

Development Director; Natural History Institute of Prescott

The Natural History Institute of Prescott is currently looking for a Development Director.
The Development Director will work closely with the Executive Director and the Board of Trustees to achieve the mission and vision of the organization; to this end, they will focus on the organization and launching of development activities to build support for the Institute's mission and programs, including: cultivating individual, corporate, and foundation gifts; annual fund coordination; and marketing and communications efforts.

They will develop and implement a comprehensive development program that provides leadership to board, staff, and volunteers in order to secure sustained support from foundation, corporate, government and individual donor sources; additionally, they will advise and help coordinate communications and marketing programs to achieve strategic goals.

Job Responsibilities will include:


  • Establishing goals and strategies
  • Assessing goal progress
  • Preparing the annual operating plan
  • Leading research efforts and supporting staff and board pursuits of additional funding sources
  • Developing and maintaining partner relationships
  • Coordinating events and activities
Marketing and Communications:
  • Advising Institute marketing and communications efforts
  • Generating fundraising reports for Executive Director and Board, tracking fundraising progress in accordance with Strategic Plan
  • Contributing to annual budgetary planning efforts

Passion for natural history and the mission of the Natural History Institute
Ability to work independently and in a collaborative environment
Minimum 3 years of development and fundraising experience including individual, corporate and foundation donor relations, with a demonstrated track record of success
Experience working with a board of directors to achieve fundraising goals
Degree in communications, public relations or related field
Excellent time management, organizational, budgeting, planning, communication and project management skills
Thorough understanding of all components of a diversified funding base

Employment Details:
Full-time, exempt position reporting directly to Executive Director.
Salary: $50,000, plus full benefits, including medical insurance and 401k plan.

Application Details:
For additional information on responsibilities and qualifications, see the job description PDF here.
Should you wish to apply, please submit a resume and cover letter outlining your reasons for interest in this position, to, with “Development Director application” as the subject line, by the deadline of March 1, 2020.