||Since its inception in 1995, the National Ovarian Cancer Coalition (NOCC) has been committed to raising awareness of ovarian cancer in communities across the country and to providing education, support and hope for women with ovarian cancer and their families. NOCC has established itself as an important national advocate for patients and families struggling with ovarian cancer.
Regional Chapter Manager
Supporting the mission of the National Ovarian Cancer Coalition, we will rely on you to lead the field mission efforts to increase the breadth and depth of the Chapter. You will work with volunteers to extend community outreach by building strong relationships with key community organizations, companies, and individuals. This role works closely with the medical community treating patients with Ovarian Cancer as well as provides support for loved ones throughout the Chapter area. We are seeking a leader to inspire volunteers, staff and others to work collaboratively with the implementation of all nationwide signature activities as well as regional and local initiatives to ensure maximum Mission impact.
- Develop and maintain relationships with chapters of local, regional, and national organizations and institutions for the purpose of partnership-building to raise awareness and promote education about Ovarian Cancer.
- Create and maintain strategic alliances that emphasize corporate sponsorships that can raise awareness, promote education, and raise funds for research for Ovarian Cancer.
- Conduct sales/development/relationship calls to generate new business and manage existing teams and partnerships.
- Lead and promote NOCC signature programs, events and activities, including September Awareness, Run/Walk to Break the Silence on Ovarian Cancer, education and awareness programs (health fairs, speakers bureau and workplace outreach), “Newly Diagnosed” teal totes/packets and medical community outreach, and peer support programs.
- Recruit, orient, train, and monitor performance of regional staff and volunteers to organize events that meet and exceed fundraising goals. Develop a successful work plan using the organization’s core business tactics to reach this goal.
- Secure media sponsorship to publicize the NOCC mission and events to support fundraising goals and heighten public awareness.
- Represent the NOCC at regional Ovarian Cancer fundraising and informational events as needed.
- Manage and provide leadership to volunteer committees to ensure that committee members are fully supported and accomplish tasks required for successful events.
- Recognize, reward, and motivate successful volunteers to ensure ongoing commitment.
- Plan and implement event management activities and logistics, including budget oversight.
- Prepare and maintain metrics that maintain accurate records/data that evaluates cost-effectiveness and profitability of events, initiatives, and programs. This includes preparing income/expense budgets, compilation/analysis of event statistics, evaluation of media coverage, external scan of community fundraising potential, etc.
- Grow and strengthen volunteer participation in all chapter(s) programs and events.
- Provide quality delivery of programs, maintaining services and outreach to Ovarian Cancer patients, survivors, caregivers, and others affected by the disease.
- Develop and maintain strong relationships with constituents and stakeholders for the implementation and piloting of programs.
- Manage online content consisting of Chapter webpage, Facebook, Twitter, event site, handbooks, marketing materials, etc.
- Plan and coordinate meetings.
- Generate and maintain annual calendar and distribute as needed.
- Securely maintain records, files and supplies/materials.
- Manage office operations including correspondence and public inquiries.
- Participate actively in ongoing networking opportunities to ensure community-based organizations who serve those affected by the disease in the chapter territory are educated about NOCC’s programs and opportunities for engagement.
- Build and maintain reasonable understanding and base of knowledge of Ovarian Cancer science and related current issues affecting the Ovarian Cancer community.
- Bachelor’s degree with 5+ years of fundraising/strategic business development or equivalent experience; Master’s degree preferred
- 3+ years of experience working with volunteers, preferably in a cancer or women’s health nonprofit organization
- Program management, and fundraising/revenue generation experience
- Organization marketing/development experience
- Proven relationship cultivation experience
- Familiarity and experience working with a board of directors
- Ability to create, monitor and reforecast a budget
- Ability to solicit, cultivate and close with regard to donor relationships
- Proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Gmail, and Access
- Working knowledge of MS Office applications, Gmail, web-based applications, and ability to learn and use NOCC databases and other organization-specific software/applications
We offer unprecedented benefits to our employees including a competitive compensation, dependent on experience, in addition to:
- Medical benefits
- Paid time off
- Employee Assistance Program through Optum Care 24
- Future career path!
We also work to maintain the best possible environment for our employees, where people can learn and grow with the company. We strive to provide a collaborative, creative environment where each person feels encouraged to contribute to our processes, decisions, planning and culture.
To respond to this opportunity, please submit a letter of interest along with resume: