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Requisition Number 19-0421- Dir. of Corporate Engagement
Post Date 7/23/2019
Title Director of Corporate Engagement
City Honolulu
State HI
Description Director of Corporate Engagement
Hawaiian and Pacific Islands Division

Since 1984, The Salvation Army has met the social and spiritual needs of Hawaii. Through our comprehensive network of social services and spiritual programs we serve more than 85,000 men, women, and children each year. As one of the largest social service providers in Hawaii, our goal is to break the cycle of poverty and addiction and give our neighbors in need hope and support, and a path toward self-sufficiency. We are looking for candidates who share our vision and want to help us make Hawaii a better place for all who live in our beautiful state.

The Director of Corporate Engagement Director will work under the direct supervision of the Director of Development and take the primary role in building and cultivating relationships, community activation, and engagement with major corporations within the division, serving as a point of contact between the development department and the corporate community. The Director of Corporate Engagement will identify, recruit, cultivate, and train volunteers to implement annual development/fund raising plans within the Hawaiian and Pacific Islands. They will help to identify corporations that can contribute resources to help achieve established annual goals and support the overall mission and vision of The Salvation Army.

This motivating leader will participate in and/or oversee participant and sponsor cultivation and stewardship, strategic relationships with community organizations and businesses, volunteer recruitment and retention, and will serve as a conduit to build strong support of The Salvation Army in key markets within the Division.

Qualified candidates should have a combination of education and experience equivalent to the following:
• A Bachelor’s Degree with five plus years of relevant nonprofit fundraising experience and or experience working in the corporate community in Hawaii.
• Excellent organizational and communication skills, both verbally and written, with a diverse environment.
• Excellent interpersonal skills; ability to work effectively with people and carry out the instructions.
• The successful candidate will possess a passion for the Salvation Army’s mission, ability to think creatively, strong communication skills, and excellent interpersonal skills to work effectively with corporate leaders, donors, staff and board members.

Interested candidates are welcomed to apply by submitting resume and cover letter of interest in confidence to:
The Salvation Army
2950 Manoa Road
Honolulu, Hawaii 96813
Questions may be directed to:
Doris Bitonio, Divisional Director of Human Resources,
Doris.Bitonio @808-440-1876;
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