Corporate and Community Engagement Manager


Metro Atlanta, GA

Opening Date

September 1, 2022

Closing Date

September 30, 2022




Status: Salaried Exempt – Full Time
Department: Advancement
Reports To: Vice President of Advancement
Work Schedule: Generally, Monday – Friday, at least 40 hours per week, and includes some evenings and weekends. Some local and statewide travel required as needed.


Corporate and Community Engagement
Develop and execute fundraising strategies in order to generate awareness and solicit resources (financial and in-kind) from corporations, churches, colleges/universities, etc.
Continue on-going, effective relationships with key corporate and community stakeholders by maintaining a robust calendar of activities both on-campus and off-campus that benefit clients, staff or MHCC as whole.
Participate as a member of a local civic group and seek opportunities to present at other civic groups.
Provide corporate and community content for promotional literature, social media, special events, etc.

Volunteer and Visit Coordinator
Develop and maintain a policy and plan for the Volunteer and Visitor Experience.
Promote, coordinate, and oversee special events on and off-campus, including but not limited to, work teams, birthday parties, Christmas events, donor/stewardship events, etc.
Manage mission trips and internship programs, utilizing appropriate staff to execute programs.
Maintain communication and coordination with appropriate staff in order to evaluate volunteer needs.
Actively seek out volunteer related revenue generating opportunities (e.g., matched volunteer hours).
Coordinate an annual volunteer appreciation plan.

Special Projects Coordinate the planning and execution of special projects for MHCC (e.g., Christmas House).


Bachelor’s degree with an emphasis/concentration in business, marketing, public relations, or related field.
Must have (5) or more years of experience in nonprofit advancement in areas related to volunteer coordination and corporate donor cultivation, solicitation, stewardship.
Nonprofit experience in education, child welfare, or faith-based organizations preferred.
Polished and effective oral and written communication skills.
Self-directed with exceptional organizational skills; able to handle a variety of tasks simultaneously.
Strong interpersonal skills; able to manage exposure effectively and confidently to the public.
Able to provide administrative support using Microsoft Office, Constant Contact, and CRM software.

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