Development Coordinator


Date Posted:
Fort Lupton
203 S. Rollie Ave
Fort Lupton
United States of America



Position Description:           

This individual will assist the Development Director with identifying grant opportunities, maintaining an organized work environment, following up on Development correspondence, coordinating projects, gathering data for needs assessments, working on grants and grant reports, organizing community events, arranging community stakeholder meetings, working on advocacy, marketing and public relations.


The Development Coordinator operates under the supervision of the Development Director. The Development Coordinator will work closely with Salud directors, Salud employees, legislators and their staff, community members and stakeholders along with partnering agencies.


Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

Fund Development:

*Assist in identifying and cultivating grants, contracts, agreements

*Assist with any financial or political campaigns as needed.

*Update and maintain the grants and contracts calendar.

*Respond to and apply regulations from Health Resources Services Administration (HRSA)

*Assist in Shortage Division applications to maintain current shortage designations.


Marketing and Public Relations:

*Help create and implement an overall Marketing Plan for the organization in an effort to develop and maintain brand identity.

*Initiate and follow up with media coverage for Salud, including events, activities, and issues relevant to health care; cultivate relationships with media.

*Assist in the production and updates of web site, brochures, displays, and audiovisuals as needed.

*Assist in writing and editing the Salud annual report.


Special Events:

Work with the Development Director and clinic staff to assist in community events, National Health Center Week events in particular.

Assist with identifying funding sources and sponsors for events.

Minimum Requirements


Necessary Skills/ Talents/ Qualifications:

*Team player who desires working in an environment where working as a team is valued and practiced.

*Works well under pressure to meet organizational needs and other deadlines.

*Dependable person with good work ethic and ability to maintain confidentiality

*Self-starter, ability to work independently with minimal supervision, detail oriented with ability to work on multiple projects and prioritize

*Excellent people and relational skills including phone voice and face-to-face communications

*Good written communication skills

*Excellent computer knowledge and skills including proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel, Power Point, Publisher

*Willingness to learn new software programs and work processes

*Working knowledge of office equipment such as copiers, scanners, digital cameras, fax machines, etc.

*Minimum of a Bachelor's Degree or working toward completion of Bachelor’s Degree.

*Prior business and/ or marketing experience preferred.

*Ability and willingness to work some evening and/or weekend hours as needed.

*Passion for working in a non-profit that provides health care services for low-income individuals and families.