Job Details

Development and Marketing Coordinator
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Cancer Support Community Greater Cincinnati-Northern Kentucky
Part Time

Development and Marketing Coordinator, Part Time


No one can, or should, face cancer alone.  Cancer Support Community Greater Cincinnati-Northern Kentucky is a relentless ally for anyone who strives to manage the realities of this disruptive disease.  We are dedicated to ensuring that all people impacted by cancer are empowered by knowledge, strengthened by action, and sustained by community. While we have witnessed many significant advances in treating this devastating disease, nothing takes the place of the power, inspiration, companionship, and connection that comes from community.  CSC is here to provide relevant and highly personalized support when and where it is needed most.  Visit for more information.


Overview & Job Description:

The Development and Marketing Coordinator works to execute the fundraising and communications goals of the organization. This position assists the VP of Development with a variety of development and marketing efforts, including assisting in developing fundraising plans, maintaining donor relationships and securing new ones, organizing and implementing events, executing initiatives and appeals, and communicating CSC’s mission and impact.


The most successful candidate in this position will be adept at communicating CSC’s impact to a wide variety of audiences as well as being highly efficient in managing projects, exceptional communication skills, and superb attention to detail.


Reports To: VP of Development;  Hours: Part-time


Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

The main areas of focus for this position are:

  • 60% Development management
  • 40% Communications management


Development Management

  • Utilize the donor database to pull reports, mailing lists, and donor records to assist in fundraising efforts such as individual asks, etc;
  • Manage in-kind donations including tracking, gift acceptance, and gift acknowledgements;
  • Create, format, and distribute quarterly donor newsletter;
  • Provide administrative support for special events including data management, mailings, marketing, and other communication initiatives;
  • Work closely with the VPD to improve CSC’s established initiatives as well as develop new to support our fundraising needs.


Communications Management

  • Communicate CSC’s brand and initiatives efficiently and accurately via many channels (website, printed materials, social media, etc.);
  • Develop and implement systems to update website content and design across all program areas; 
  • Design and publish basic marketing pieces to help program areas increase registrations and to refine CSC’s brand (including the Annual Report, Program Brochures, etc.);
  • Provide training to CSC staff to ensure consistent and effective brand communication via social media, website, video production, print materials, and verbal communication;
  • Develop and execute communications plan for CSC  
  • Responsible for duties assigned by ED and VPD


Requirements and Attributes:

  • Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited college or university preferred;
  • Minimum of 3 years of relevant work experience;
  • Strong attention to detail and organizational skills;
  • Strong work ethic and will work until the job is complete;
  • Excellent ‘people person’ with the ability to build relationships among staff, clients, and donors;
  • Multi-task efficiently while managing a high-volume workload in a fast-paced, changing environment;
  • Demonstrated ability to increase productivity and continuously improve methods, approaches, and departmental contribution;
  • Committed to continuous learning;
  • Ability to analyze the effectiveness of all marketing and communications efforts (SEO);
  • Desired computer skills include proficiency with Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, etc.), experience managing a donor database preferred

Contact Details

Gretchen Ramstetter
Cancer Support Community Greater Cincinnati-Northern Kentucky