Part-Time Events Coordinator
Part of how we accomplish this Vision is through live events that equip people to integrate their faith and work and create community with others. From our 6th annual Workmatters Conference, to intimate gatherings with executives and rising leaders, to new events designed to address strategic women’s initiatives, you are playing a vital role in the coordination and execution of the events that create an environment for equipping and community-building. You are driving the Vision by helping bring these events to life.
This position is approximately a half-time, hourly role to help support the following events in 2020:
- Workmatters Women’s Event (TBD April/May)
- Workmatters Women’s Event (TBD July/August)
- Executive Reception (October 22)
- Workmatters Conference (October 23)
- Workmatters Institute Kickoff and Commissioning (TBD May, Aug, Nov)
- Helping to find creative ways to bring the event theme to life.
- Coordinating speaker schedules and responsibilities, and managing deliverables.
- Managing delivery of in-kind donations and coordinating details with vendors for event marketing.
- Coordinating event logistics, speaker travel arrangements, and meals for speakers, volunteers and attendees.
- Recruiting, following up with and training volunteers.
- Fielding customer questions regarding tickets and handling ticket change requests.
- Project management: Keeping all aspects of the project running smoothly, communicating and problem solving proactively
- Planning: Mapping the steps to create impactful gatherings that achieve a purpose.
- Scheduling: Ensuring that every task is time-bound and accomplished in a timely and orderly manner.
- Managing details: You’re highly organized and efficient at executing tasks with precision and excellence.
- Building relationships: You are great with people and enjoyable to work with.
- Customer service: You manage email communication with customers, vendors, and volunteers proactively and clearly, following up promptly to all questions and inquiries and taking great care of all the people who are part of making the event a success.
- Workmatters is a non-profit, non-denominational 501(c)3 ministry focused on helping career-minded Christians pursue God’s purpose for their work.
- Candidates must be excited about helping leaders pursue God’s purpose for their work and aligned to the Workmatters values of Faith, Relationships, Passion, Excellence and Relevance.
- This position will average 20 hours/week March-October and 10 hours/week November-December, with expectation of full-time availability in October. Candidate must be able to flex hours up or down depending on need.
- We do offer a flexible work arrangement, with a combination of in-office and off-site work, depending on team and personal needs.
- This document is intended to describe the general nature and level of work to be performed. It is not intended to be an exhaustive list of all duties, responsibilities, and skills required.
- Performing the duties of this job will require the employee to walk; stand; sit; use hands; reach with hands and arms; balance; stoop; talk and hear. The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 25 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by the job include close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and the ability to adjust focus.
Please submit resume and cover letter to Catherine Gates, Senior Director of Content and Partnerships, at email@example.com. Workmatters will contact selected applicants.
Development Marketing Fellow
Please take a moment to read through the job description below. If you are interested in applying, you may send a copy of your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Development Marketing Fellow supports the Workmatters mission and organizational priorities by managing development marketing efforts, including, but not limited to, donor relations, fundraising events and grant applications. The Development Marketing Fellow will collaborate with the VP of Development to execute organizational marketing in the development context, including activities around public relations, media relations, and all forms of digital communications while adhering to Workmatters brand guidelines. They will also support marketing and communications activities across the organization. This position reports to the Director of Communications.
- • Ideation and creation of consistent communications to donors and prospects through email, social media, and the development of print collateral that inspire prospects to support the mission of Workmatters.
- • Initiation of new ways to generate revenue by expanding marketing reach and growing donor segments.
- • Providing unique and customized acknowledgments, gifts of appreciation, and stewardship solutions for donors of all giving levels: major donors, sponsors, mid-tier, and mass.
- • Using databases and multiple technology platforms to organize and communicate to diverse audience segments.
- • Designing and executing the development and implementation of organic and paid social media campaigns and activities, public and media relations, website content and communications/resource development materials, such as the quarterly newsletter and other communications.
- • Other duties as assigned
- • Strong Christian faith and in agreement with Workmatters’ statement of faith or the Apostles’ Creed.
- • Comprehensive knowledge of Microsoft Office 360 and other software
- • Excellent oral and written communication skills, including the ability to write and edit clear, concise copy for web, social media, and email communications.
- • Intermediate skill level in Adobe Photoshop, with experience or working knowledge of other Creative Cloud applications (e.g., InDesign, Premiere, Illustrator, Spark)
- • Intermediate skill level in Adobe InDesign and/or Premiere.
- • Experience in nonprofit fundraising and marketing, either as a volunteer or employee.
About the Workmatters Fellows Program
About the Workmatters Fellows Program 2020
The Workmatters Fellows Program is a 12-month leadership training program for college graduates who have a deep desire to advance God’s kingdom through the marketplace.
At Workmatters, we believe that people who integrate their faith and work can change the world. To do that, we have a big Vision: to equip one million leaders of faith across 10,000 companies by 2025. The Fellows Program is a strategic part of how that Vision comes to life.
This is not your typical first job out of college. It is an opportunity to make a direct and meaningful impact in advancing our mission to close the gap between faith and work. You’ll gain relevant work experience and have intentional development and exposure to some of the top executives in Northwest Arkansas.
This is not just a marketing job. Or your first salary out of college. This is a gap year experience at the intersection of mission, purpose and relevance to your career. And it is the start of a lifetime of influence in the marketplace.
Join us in applying to the Workmatters Fellows Program 2020.
- • Minimum 12-month commitment to Workmatters (June 2020 – May 2021)
- • Full-time, salaried position.
- • World-class faith & leadership development through participation in the Workmatters Institute, a highly-selective cohort of young professional leaders who are hungry to integrate their faith and work. Institute includes a 12-month mentorship with an executive leader.
- • Participation in Workmatters Conference and Executive Reception.
- • Intentional development through regular meetings with CEO, David Roth, Manager and the Workmatters Team.