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The Donor Communications Coordinator is a member of the Philanthropy team and reports to the Executive Director, Donor Communications. The Donor Communications Coordinator is responsible coordinating the intake, scheduling, and underlying systems for Donor Communications requests, which include proposals, stewardship materials, event collateral, scripts, outreach to scientific speakers, and related deliverables. The Coordinator is responsible for maintaining a complex matrix of current and future projects, pending requests, and associated deliverables, and with strengthening the underlying project-management processes and tools. The Donor Communications Coordinator will also serve as a liaison with Fred Hutch’s Communications & Marketing team, which partners with Philanthropy on many projects. Must take initiative, collaborate with multiple team members, work on multiple projects simultaneously, and be comfortable working within a complex organization. S/he must maintain a high level of professionalism, be flexible with changing priorities, and remain composed under the pressure of deadlines.
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