Marketing and Development Coordinator - ADAMH Board of Franklin County

Marketing and Development Coordinator

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Website Mental Health America of Ohio

Career Opportunity – Marketing and Development Coordinator
with Mental Health America of Ohio
Columbus, Ohio

Position Summary
The Marketing and Development Coordinator fulfills a crucial support role by assisting with the marketing and fundraising responsibilities and meeting the department’s goals. To be successful in this role, the candidate must look forward to furthering MHAOhio’s mission by helping to tell stories of impact and break down stigma while using MHAOhio’s platforms to educate, inform, and inspire.
The position works across all areas of the organization to assist in creating and disseminating information and marketing materials and supporting sponsorship/grant opportunities. The Marketing and Development Coordinator also assists with the agency’s primary fundraiser, Give Mom the Mic. The ideal candidate enjoys working collaboratively with many types of people, is technologically savvy, and is comfortable working on multiple projects with deadlines at once.

Schedule and Supervision
Work hours are 8:30 am to 5:00 pm or as agreed upon with the supervisor, 40 hours/week, Monday through Friday. Some weekend or evening hours will be needed as determined by the programs scheduled. This position offers a hybrid work model, combining remote and in-office responsibilities. It reports to the Marketing and Development Director.
Provide support for the agency’s email newsletter: brainstorming story ideas, helping to write stories, editing, and growing reader list
Coordinate MHAOhio and select program social media channels (Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, LinkedIn), including creating and designing compelling content that is consistent with the communications plan, scheduling posts, and monitoring engagement while collaborating with program leads on their programs’ social media needs
Track analytics, including regular monitoring of MailChimp, social media engagement rates, and Google analytics, and prepare reports monthly and as needed
Assist with writing articles for The Advocate print newsletter, e-newsletters, agency materials, annual report, and website, as requested
Track and maintain marketing material inventory
Coordinate design for print materials
Coordinate ongoing website updates
Help to execute and monitor the agency’s annual communications plan and calendar
Working closely with the Director of Marketing and Development and other leadership, assist with replicable marketing strategies that support statewide expansion

Work in conjunction with the Director of Marketing and Development on donor database management and usage
Support the creation, design, and editing of solicitation letters, appeal letters, thank you letters, and other communications to donors
Assist with Give Mom the Mic event planning: solicit and manage auction items, create auction packages and displays, provide support for marketing materials as needed, and coordinate day-of logistics
Assist with planning and executing the annual Holiday Magic event, which recognizes volunteers, donors, and board members
Assist with grant research
Research potential funding opportunities, including individual fundraisers
Research and identify potential new corporate sponsors
Manage donor mailing lists
•      Participate in agency events and activities 
•      Other duties, within the reason and scope of the position’s primary responsibilities, may be assigned after consultation with the employee and supervisor

·       Associate’s Degree in Communication, Marketing, Public Relations, or related field; or a combination of some post-secondary education and a minimum of two years of professional experience
·       Able to build rapport and collaborate with a diverse group of people, evaluate information and data, and communicate clearly, both verbally and in writing
·       Knowledge of Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Canva graphic design software
·       Research skills and creating/working with spreadsheets
·       Demonstrated ability to write both short and long-form compelling copy for a variety of audiences and purposes
·       Work well independently and within a collaborative team environment, managing multiple priorities with efficiency and organization while receiving input from multiple sources 
·       Passion for mental health and the ability to engage compassionately and respectfully with clients, public figures, and community members who share their personal stories
·       Valid Ohio driver’s license required within 30 days of hire

·       Fundraising experience
·       Experience with InDesign
·       Non-profit and/or health background
·       Knowledge of fundraising CRM software
·       Familiarity with Apple macOS

Salary Range: $41,000-$43,500 per year, commensurate with experience and other qualifications 

Benefits Offered:
Medical, Dental, Vision, and Life Insurance
403B Retirement Plan
Mileage and phone reimbursement (where applicable)
Agency-paid professional development (up to a certain amount)
24 days of paid vacation and sick leave, 11 paid holidays, 2 paid personal days, 5 paid mental health days, additional PTO for bereavement (5 days), and parental leave (9 weeks)
The mission of MHAOhio is to transform how people think about mental illness, make it easier to get help, and give people the support they need to get better and stay better. Our guiding principles include responsibility, respect, inclusivity, expertise, trust, communication, emotional health, and equity. We are committed to recruiting and continually cultivating a diverse and inclusive workplace.
To apply for this position, please email your cover letter and resume to
Employer is EOE/AA/M/F/D/V
May 2024

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