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WHEN WILL YOU HEAR FROM US?
We receive numerous resumes and/or applications every month and we review every one. Here is some information that may help you understand our selection process:
• Candidates judged to be the best suited are invited for interviews and further assessment.
• We are not able to answer inquiries, either by telephone or letter, regarding the status of your application or any job openings
• If you do not hear from us within four weeks, you should assume that we cannot offer you further encouragement at this time. We will keep your application on file for one year.
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A Campaign Associate is a temporary full-time paid position working with United Way of Forsyth County during peak campaign season. United Way staff members plan and execute a community-wide fundraising campaign. More than 500 local businesses are involved in running workplace campaigns. Associates are tasked with campaign management. They organize, implement, and complete workplace campaigns across the community. A workplace campaign includes both employee and corporate solicitations. Temporary full-time; tentative dates are from Aug 26 to Nov 27. Please apply by June 28, 2019.
The Director of Donor Relations will provide professional staff-leadership in developing, planning, implementing and evaluating accounts of United Way corporate partners and individuals with a focus on identifying growth opportunities as well as identifying new resource opportunities in order to enhance annual and long-term fundraising goals and promote United Way’s strategic mission, with a measured focus on personal donor connections.
The Forsyth Promise serves as a catalyst for working together across sectors to support the success of every child from cradle to career through the development and alignment of community resources.
To achieve this goal, the Partnership Director must manage a governance structure that includes key local leaders from across sectors, while ensuring action plans are developed and implemented around the core strategies through the Action Networks. This includes managing volunteers and partners to align their work to the goals of the Promise when there may not be a clear self-interest in doing so beyond improving long-term outcomes for children and the community.