The Manager, Partnerships, is responsible for planning, establishing
and maintaining partnerships with individuals and organizations, particularly
with the corporate community, for the purposes of expanding the Campaign
for Tobacco-Free Kids® (CAMPAIGN) reach, resources and influence
and for creating successful marketing, education and advocacy relationships.
The Partnerships Manager also manages and oversees the CAMPAIGN’s special
projects and youth advocacy work. The Partnerships Manager reports to
the Vice President, Communications and Marketing.
- Plans and manages all aspects of the CAMPAIGN’s partnership cultivation
and development, particularly with the corporate community. Many of
these partnerships will be in the youth advocacy area.
- Creates and develops proposals and presentations to develop partnerships
and ongoing support.
- With President and Vice President, Communications and Marketing, oversees
fundraising for the CAMPAIGN’s 501c3 organization and the Center’s Action
Fund, a 501c4 organization.
- Manages the timely and accurate completion of all reporting requirements
for donors. Works with Director of Finance and Administration to ensure
full compliance with FASB 116 and IRS regulations.
- Plans and manages programs aimed at increasing the level of ongoing
youth advocacy activity both in the states and nationally. Works to
develop new partnerships on youth advocacy and manages ongoing partnerships
with the American Legacy Foundation, Scholastic, Inc., Public Relations
Society of America and others.
- Develops and implements policies and programs to broaden and deepen
the CAMPAIGN’s involvement in youth advocacy. Works directly with youth
and youth groups.
- Plans and manages the Youth Advocates of the Year Awards gala and
oversees the Youth Advocates of the Year Awards competition.
- Oversees the management and planning of all activities related to
Kick Butts Day.
- Creates, edits and supervises production and distribution of youth
- Leverages existing youth advocacy programs to address the tobacco
- Integrates youth advocacy initiatives with other CAMPAIGN activities,
including grassroots, constituency relations, and state and federal
- College degree and minimum of ten years successful experience in relationship
building for organizations. Proven track record in developing partnerships.
- Experience in the marketing of organizations, causes, services and/or
- Experience in the corporate world highly desireable.
- Excellent writing/editing skills and excellent event coordination/management
- Excellent communications and interpersonal skills.
- Experience in fundraising and working with youth and youth programs
a plus, but not required.
- High level of commitment to the issue of tobacco control.