Senior Director of Strategic Partnerships

The Senior Director of Strategic Partnerships is responsible for the overall success of the Charity’s corporate, foundation, civic and special events fundraising with a long-range goal of increasing the organization’s visibility and generating sustainable annual income for the organization. The Senior Director of Strategic Partnerships is responsible for supervising Director of Special Events and the Corporate and Foundation Relations Manager. Key responsibilities include: prospect research, identification, cultivation, solicitation and stewardship; ensuring appropriate donor recognition. Additionally, the Senior Director of Strategic Partnerships works with the President & CEO, Senior Director of Major Gifts and Planned Giving, Capital Campaign Committee and campaign consultants to plan and execute the Capital Campaign.  This position requires flexibility, excellent written and verbal communication skills, attention to detail, high-energy and a passion for ARMHC and its mission.

Learn more about the position.

To apply, send a cover letter, resume, and three professional references with contact information (including at least two of your managers or supervisors) to Alicia Hines, Administrative Coordinator, at alicia.hines@armhc.org.


Manager of Special Events

Atlanta Ronald McDonald House Charities seeks a Manager of Special Events to focus on the management and execution of assigned special events and provide support to the Director for signature annual events. The Manager of Special Events must be flexible, a strong written and verbal communicator, detail-orientated, high energy, and passionate about the Atlanta RMHC mission.

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To apply, send a cover letter and resume to Jessica Burnham, Director of Special Events, Jessica.Burnham@armhc.org.


Special Events Intern

Atlanta Ronald McDonald House Charities is seeking a Special Events Intern to focus on aspects of event planning for the charity, including guest logistics, vendor and donor communication, website copy and updates, database entry and other administrative duties. The Special Events Intern must be detail-oriented, a strong written and verbal communicator and passionate about the Atlanta RMHC mission.

Learn more about the internship.

To apply, send your resume, cover letter and one letter of recommendation from a college professor/employer to Jessica Burnham, Director of Special Events, at jessica.burnham@armhc.org.


Spring Family and Volunteer Services Intern

The Family and Volunteer Services Intern plays a supportive role to the House Managers and Volunteer Services Team. This position will assist in all aspects of assisting families staying at our House as well as managing, recruiting and training volunteers. Additional responsibilities will include but are not limited to: assisting our House team with family check-ins, attending special events, database entry, and administrative duties.

Being a nonclinical facility, our internships do not provide students with medical related or counseling opportunities. Our mission is to nurture the health and well-being of children and families through other forms of support, comfort, and activities.

Minimum of 10 weeks full or part-time is preferred. This unpaid internship is designed for undergraduate students or recent college graduates. School credit may be applied for this internship.

To apply, please send your resume, cover letter and one (1) letter of recommendation from a college professor/employer to volunteerservices@armhc.org

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