Development Manager PART TIME/FLEXIBLE

Bala Cynwyd 19004, Pennsylvania

JoB Description

Are you a working parent looking to use your skills and expertise, but maintain a flexible schedule?
Are you retired, but want to a lower pressure, part time job where you can do something meaningful and make a difference?

The Live Like Blaine Foundation is a growing non-profit seeking a development professional who can help take our organization to the next level. The Development Manager will be responsible for planning and executing our annual fundraising event in November, The LEAD Event. Specific duties include but are not limited to: coordinating with Event Committee, volunteers, and LLB staff on all aspects of event planning; communicating with vendors; organizing and growing the silent auction, communicating with donors and sponsors; maintaining the Event website; and helping run the event that night.

The ideal candidate is enthusiastic, energetic, has experience in development and enjoys developing relationships and partnerships that will further Live Like Blaine’s mission. The position requires networking with donors as well as event planning, so professionalism and attention to detail are essential.

Position 30-40 hours per month, August-December 2018; however, there is growth potential for long-term employment with the organization.


About Live Like Blaine
The Live Like Blaine Foundation was established to honor the memory of Blaine Steinberg, a young athletic leader who passed away suddenly during her junior year at Dartmouth. Our mission is to inspire and empower young women to become leaders through athletics.

We want to make girls FIT TO LEAD. We have three main activities: 1) Host an annual leadership conference for female high school athletes on MLK Day during which the girls hear from prominent women in sports and business and participate in team building and leadership training activities, 2) Provide scholarships for girls to attend the Julie Foudy Sports Leadership Academy and, 3) Fund two Harlem Lacrosse programs in Philadelphia that serve at-risk middle schools girls. Harlem Lacrosse is a school-based non-profit organization that changes the life trajectories of at-risk youth through daily wrap-around academic support, mentoring, leadership training, and lacrosse instruction. We are also in the process of developing our own leadership training program which will launch in 2019.


To Apply: Please email resume and cover letter to Amanda Camacho ([email protected]). No calls please.

Contact: Director of Operations Amanda Camacho

Salary: $750 per month + bonus

E-Mail: [email protected]


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