The Foundation Coordinator will be the staff liaison to the AAA Foundation Board of Trustees, will communicate directly with donors and for-profit companies, and will work internally with other Academy departments in an effort to help the Foundation fulfil its mission. The individual in this position will plan and execute fundraising initiatives, maintain and develop grant and scholarship programs, and coordinate the Foundation’s on-site activities at the Academy’s annual conference. As the Board liaison, the Foundation Coordinator will facilitate trustee engagement, schedule meetings, help craft agendas and meeting materials, and write meeting minutes. The individual will be responsible for maintaining the Foundation’s website and existing documents that track the Foundation’s programs. The Foundation Coordinator will provide input into the creation of the budget and will assist in the development of the Foundation’s annual report.
The Foundation Coordinator must have strong verbal and written communication skills, problem-solving capabilities, and keen attention to detail. The individual should be comfortable taking the initiative to start projects and see them through to completion. A good candidate should be outgoing and positive and be able to build relationships with current and potential donors. Additionally, the Foundation Coordinator should feel comfortable asking individuals and organizations for donations. Experience in sales or fundraising is a bonus.
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About American Academy of Audiology Foundation
Located in the metropolitan Washington DC area, the American Academy of Audiology is the world’s largest professional organization of, by and for audiologists. Our active membership of just over 12,000 audiologists join together to provide the highest quality of hearing health-care service to children and adults and promotes quality hearing and balance care by advancing the profession of audiology through leadership, advocacy, education, public awareness, and support of research. The Academy has an active Board of Directors, including an elected president and president-elect, a strong group of volunteer committee leaders, an active Foundation, and a highly-involved student member population.