Marketing & Development Assistant
Louie's Legacy Animal Rescue
Reports to: Marketing & Development Manager (MDM)
Hours per week: Approximately 4 to 10 (an estimate, this is a new position)
Description: Assists and coordinates with the MDM and supports related team functions, primarily in regard to fundraising correspondence, brand management, event coordination and public relations.
- Provide administrative support to the MDM
- Assist with questions and correspondence from donors, partners, media outlets and others
- Provide preliminary review and evaluation of fundraising and partnership solicitations
- Monitor marketing material inventory; responsible for placing orders
- Take part in the planning and execution of special projects and key initiatives
- Occasionally serve as the liaison for promotional and/or fundraising events and attend them to facilitate their success
- Excellent communication and organizational skills
- Ability to manage multiple tasks, problem solve and work with minimal supervision, when necessary
- Very strong writing and editing skills, with experience writing professional marketing copy (media releases, newsletters, brochures, etc.)
- Proficiency with Microsoft Office and Google Suite; experience with CRM software, WordPress and Adobe Suite
- Comfortable learning new technologies and self-training, when possible
About Louie's Legacy Animal Rescue
4725 BOOMER RD, CINCINNATI, OH 45247, US
Louie's Legacy Animal Rescue is a positive, professional 501(c)3 rescue organization that helps our community and shelter partners save more animals, more quickly by rescuing them, temporarily caring for them in our excellent, supportive foster homes and matching them with fantastic adopted pet parents.
We are a no-kill animal rescue based in Cincinnati and Staten Island, New York. We are proudly foster based, meaning our animals live in homes, not shelters. This allows us to more thoroughly get to know our animals, ensuring they are matched with suitable, screened adoptive homes that meet our high standards. In 2019, we saved over 2,600 animals.