The Executive Assistant/Event Coordinator serves the organization by driving and sustaining the core processes of the organization. These include management of the organization’s business calendar, coordinating and organizing fundraising campaigns, planning and executing events, and providing administrative support to the Executive Director.
a.Maintain the Executive Director’s schedule by planning and scheduling meetings, conference calls and travel.
b.Ensure operation of equipment by maintaining equipment inventories.
c.Write proposals for Conservation Partners program and organize/direct meetings.
d.Contribute to team effort by accomplishing related results as needed.
Fundraising and Events
a.Coordinate all aspects of various fundraising appeals including coordinating graphic design, development of the target list, and coordinating staff and volunteer assistance in printing/mailing activities.
b.Oversee the timely production of the calendar fundraiser.
c.Oversee sweepstakes, auction, and raffle fundraisers, ensuring compliance with applicable laws, and coordinating all prizes.
d.Serve as responsible party for the MUCC Federal Firearms License, which includes buying and transferring firearms to prize winners.
e.Provide oversight and coordination for the Annual Convention, Sporting Clay Shoot, and Sport Shows.
f.Solicit businesses and partners for sponsorships and silent auction and raffle item donations for fundraising events.
Michigan United Conservation Clubs is the largest statewide conservation organization in the nation. Founded in 1937, our mission is to unite citizens to conserve, protect and enhance Michigan's natural resources and outdoor heritage. This mission drives everything we do as an organization.
Our strength in is our membership: over 40,000 hunters, anglers, trappers and conservationists and over 2...00 affiliated local clubs around the state. We were founded in 1937 with a simple purpose: harness the combined strength of Michigan's outdoors community to protect conservation from politics. Since then, we have been the foremost power in Michigan protecting the rights to hunt, fish and trap. Our policies are determined by our members through Michigan's most robust grassroots policy-setting process. Our experienced and professional staff carry out the resolutions adopted by our members through a suite of conservation programs ranging from direct advocacy and communications to on-the-ground wildlife habitat conservation and youth outdoor education.
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