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Job Posting – Contract Position

Fundraising Event Coordinator

Posting Date:  Friday, July 26th, 2019    Closing Date:  Friday, August 9th 2019

Duration of Contract:  10 months; approximately 20 hours per month    

SACHA, the Sexual Assault Centre (Hamilton & Area), seeks a qualified, dynamic woman to coordinate all aspects of our 15th annual Chocolate Fest & Silent Auction and our United Way workplace campaign. 

Reporting to the Director, the Chocolate Fest Event Coordinator will fulfill the following responsibilities:

Working in conjunction with the Fundraising and Management Committees, coordinate all aspects of the 2020 Chocolate Fest and SACHA’s United Way workplace campaign.   This includes liaising with vendors, sponsors, auction donors, volunteers and media.

  • Increase sponsorship support of Chocolate Fest 
  • Organize silent auction
  • Coordinate donor recruitment and relations
  • Coordinate Fundraising Committee meetings (monthly September to March, weekly April and May)
  • Research and assist SACHA in accessing new funding
  • Maintain accurate documentation

Selection Criteria

The successful candidate will possess the following qualifications and skills:

  • Previous event coordination experience in a non-profit setting
  • Ability to work within a feminist, anti-racist/anti-oppressive framework
  • Excellent interpersonal, communication (oral and written), computer and problem-solving skills
  • Background in fund development preferred
  • Experience in marketing and advertising and developing promotional materials

Please submit letter and resume to: 

SACHA Hiring Committee

75 MacNab St South, 3rd Floor

HamiltonON L8P 3C1


We thank everyone in advance and advise that only those interviewed will be contacted. 

As part of SACHA’s work against racism and other oppressions, we strive to reflect the diversity of the communities we serve.  Woman identified and non-binary persons, who are Indigenous, immigrant, refugee, lesbian, bi-sexual, 2-spirited, queer, racialized, with disAbilities, and/or who experience any other oppressions are encouraged to apply.

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