Special Olympics Northern California & Nevada (SONC/SONV) improves the quality of life for people with intellectual disabilities by providing them with year-round sports training and competition opportunities. Our 25,830 Special Olympics athletes participate in 14 different sports, cultivating a variety of life skills and accessing services that improve their health.  Through our community-based sports programs and our schools partnership programs, our athletes and their families develop a supportive network that last a lifetime!  

CURRENT OPENINGS

Job Title:  Schools Partnership Program Coordinator (F/T)

Reports To: Sr. Vice President, Schools Partnership Program

Location:  Pleasant Hill Headquarters

Job Responsibilities:

As SPP Program Coordinator, you will be responsible for gathering, compiling, and reporting schools program data and information from SPP sites throughout our region.  You will work with large amounts of data and analyze the facts and figures gathered to prepare concise and targeted reports, including trend charts, yearly comparisons, graphs, and participation summaries. 

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Job Title:  Development Manager (F/T)

Reports To: Chief Development Officer

Location:  Pleasant Hill Headquarters

Job Responsibilities:

The Development Manager will join a successful, newly reorganized development team in our Pleasant Hill headquarters office and will drive our success with corporate partners.  We’ve built a team of creative and fun development professionals who believe in the impact of the organization and are committed to see its growth continue. The Development Manager, under the general supervision of the Development Director, will cultivate and grow existing corporate relationships and develop new sources of revenue by connecting companies, individuals and foundations with Special Olympics’ unique community sports and schools programs.

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Job Title:  Development Director (F/T)

Reports To:  Chief Development Officer

Location:  Pleasant Hill Headquarters

Job Responsibilities:

Under the general supervision of the Chief Development Officer (CDO), the Development Director will be responsible for driving donor cultivation and relationship management across corporate, foundation and individual giving revenue streams. The Development Director will also play a critical role in crafting and implementing new systems and processes supporting the Department’s operations comprised of donor acknowledgement cycle and database management.

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