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Hemophilia Foundation of Greater Florida

1350 Orange Ave. Ste. 227
Winter Park, FL 32789
Phone: 407-629-000 x 103
Web site: www.hemophiliaflorida.org
Contact: Leah Nash , Development Manager

2019 Gainesville Clot Trot Development Specialist

The Gainesville Clot Trot Development Specialist Assistant will be report to the Hemophilia Foundation of Greater Florida (HFGF) Development Manager.

This is a part-time temporary position, with a maximum of 10 hours per week, unless otherwise approved by the Executive Director (maximum of 20 hours weekly) through May 15, 2019. The Development Specialist is required to submit a timesheet every other Wednesday to the Development Manager and Executive Director, as well as expense forms with receipts (if needed). Only expenses approved by the Executive Director will be reimbursed. Duties include (but are not limited to):

-Marketing the 2019 and 2020 Gator Clot Trot 5Ks and Fun Runs through poster/postcard distribution throughout the community;
-Contacting potential/current team captains/members about fundraising initiatives;
-Contacting (potential) sponsors and vendors about in-kind donations;
-Working with in-kind sponsors on receiving product and storing it;
-Storing event materials;
-Representing HFGF at community events to promote the 2019 and 2020 Gator Clot Trot 5Ks and Fun Runs, i.e. – at Gainesville Chamber of Commerce events;
-Taking photos at events;
-Attend planning committee meetings;
-Attend Kickoff Party and help with online registration, meet attendees, etc.;
-Working with event volunteers before and up to the 2019 Gator Clot Trot 5K and Fun Run;
-Work at the 2019 Gator Clot Trot 5K and Fun Run on 3/23/19;
-Weekly calls with Development Manager;
-Responsive with emails to email address provided by HFGH in a timely manner; and
-Other tasks as determined by the Development Manager and/or Executive Director.

Minimum experience/qualifications:

To apply, contact Leah Nash at leahnash@hemophiliaflorida.org

(Posted 1/17/2019)