Corporate Coordinator

Position Title: 
Corporate Coordinator
Organization Name: 
Riley Children's Foundation




Employees of Riley Children’s Foundation are expected to take ownership of their job responsibilities, to demonstrate job proficiency, to exhibit professionalism at all times, to continually seek out ways to improve performance, to challenge established processes to achieve the best results, to sustain high standards of productivity and efficiency without sacrificing work quality, to assist and cooperate with coworkers, and to consistently demonstrate commitment to the job and the organization.

Note: This description is intended to illustrate the general content of and requirements for this position.

            It should not be construed as an exhaustive statement of duties, responsibilities or requirements.


The Corporate Coordinator plays a critical role in maintaining and stewarding relationships with corporate donors, including those organizations affiliated with Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals. Reporting to the Assistant Vice President, Corporate and Foundation Giving, the Corporate Coordinator is a local point person for donors engaged in national cause marketing campaigns and stewards these donors with the highest level of service to build corporate philanthropic support.

The Corporate Coordinator is responsible for contributing to team initiatives such as maintaining accuracy and up to date information among applicable software systems, stewarding donors with multiple retail locations and event coordination.

Direct Reports: NA



1.   Fundraising

  • Fundraising: Conduct meaningful contacts with companies engaged in cause marketing campaigns with a focus on retaining, cultivating and increasing their annual dollars raised.
  • Face to Face Visits: Set up and attend meetings with donors and track through contact reports in the CRM.
  • Upgrades: Increase year over year support of current corporate donors. Track through proposals and contact reports in the CRM. 
  • Renewals: Ensure donors from the previous fiscal year continue their support in current fiscal year.


2. Corporate Team Collaboration

  • Collaboration: Collaborate with corporate gift officers to steward donors within their portfolios through visits and phone calls to retail locations. Pull reports from CRM that help to identify areas of growth for the corporate team.
  • Communications: Act as a point of contact for Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals’ national office by providing requested data, reporting and survey responses. Take the lead on mailings to lapsed donors to renew their giving.


3.  Administrative

  • Meetings:  Prepare for and actively participate in all Riley Children’s Foundation meetings as appropriate.  Ensure expectations and tools for meeting agendas and follow-up are implemented.
  • Technology:  Understand and effectively use the technology available at Riley Children’s Foundation and through Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals.
  • Compliance:  Ensure strict compliance with all Foundation policies, as well as local, state and federal laws that govern business practices.


4.  Riley Children’s Foundation Representative

  • Collaboration: When appropriate, work with other development team members to identify corporate donors who could be good individual giving prospects.
  • Volunteers:  As appropriate, work with community and service organizations that partner with Riley Children’s Foundation to involve them in the mission.
  • Presentations:  Represent Riley Children’s Foundation through delivering public speeches about the organization and its mission to the external public. 
  • Tours:  Give tours of the hospital, as appropriate.


5.  Other Duties as Assigned

  • Riley Children’s Foundation events:  Participate in Riley Children’s Foundation events as requested.
  • Other duties as assigned.



To perform this job successfully, an individual must have the following education and/or experience.

  • Education:  Bachelor’s degree required. 
  • Experience:  Minimum 1-2 years of sales, marketing or fundraising experience or equivalent client-focused environment.   High level of knowledge of an overall donor or customer experience model. 
  • Skills:  Solid relationship building.  Understanding of individual donor needs and perceptions.  Strong ability to speak in public.  Excellent written communication.  Sensitivity to needs of donors.  Problem-solving, research and analytical skills.  Attention to detail and organization.  Proficiency in Microsoft Office products with a key focus on Word, Excel and Outlook; experience with SharePoint is a plus.  Proficiency in use of databases. 
  • Qualities:  Personal belief in Riley Children’s Foundation vision, mission, core values and strategic direction.  Results oriented.  Ability to work under pressure and effectively prioritize a varied and diverse workload.  Inquisitive and sharp minded.  Self-motivating and self-starting.  Quiet pride in one’s work.  Perseverance.  Highly energetic.  Optimistic and positive.  Team player.  Must adhere to the highest ethical standards.  Professional demeanor.  Must be willing to travel.  Occasional weekend and evening work. 



The work requirements described here are representative of those an individual must meet to successfully perform the functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the functions. 

Physical Demands

  • Ability to work in a fast-paced environment.
  • Ability to stand and sit for periods of time and to move intermittently throughout the workday.
  • Ability to operate office equipment, including computers, copiers, fax machines and phones.
  • Ability to occasionally lift and/or move up to 25 pounds.


  • Normal business travel excludes daily commute.  Position requires out-of-office travel occasionally.    Occasional overnight travel.


Application Deadline: 
Sunday, June 18, 2023