Coordinator, Local Partnerships

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About the position

The Coordinator, Local Partnerships will support the growth, management and delivery of services to BWF’s network of community-based collaboratives.  The Coordinator must have an understanding of and commitment to BWF’s mission and core values, and a willingness to learn and remain current on issues facing our nation’s service members, veterans and their families. The coordinator will report to the Director, Local Partnerships.

Administer, maintain, track local partner network, and contribute to network growth – 75%

  • Establish, build and maintain relationships with local partners through regular touchpoints
  • Conduct administrative support for network, to include tracking payments, documents, and filing and maintaining accurate contact information
  • Implement distribution process for awards and other resources to local partners
  • Contribute to the design, conduct, and analysis of local partner self-assessment tool
  • Programming support to include maintaining calendars and eventbrite, technology needs, tracking attendance and note-taking
  • Collect, organize, analyze, and maintain insights from local partners
  • Identify possible focal areas for funding, programming and other support
  • Compile and manage local partner data using tools to include Salesforce, Dropbox, website, and Eventbrite
  • Identify and research potential local partner prospects

Collaborate and coordinate closely BWF development team – 20%

  • Share local partner stories and insights as appropriate
  • Strategize with teammates for success of entire Foundation.

 Execute special projects as defined by BWF leadership – 5%



Core qualifications and attributes of the successful candidate include:


  • Bachelor’s degree required
  • 1-3 years of experience

Communication and collaboration skills

  • Professional demeanor
  • Values teamwork and a collaborative approach
  • Excellent writing skills
  • Proven ability to work independently in a virtual work environment
  • Personable and customer service focused; ability to build relationships with diverse populations

Administrative skills

  • Project management and time management skills; able to take initiative of needed tasks, know when to ask for support, and follow-through to completion
  • Highly organized with consistent focus on quality
  • Proactive approach to deadlines

Technical skills

  • Proficiency with MS Office suite, online file management (e.g., Dropbox), video conference software (e.g., Zoom), Outlook, Slack
  • Working knowledge of Salesforce

Knowledge, expertise, and cultural competence

  • Experience in and/or knowledge of any or all of the following:
      • Military/veteran cultural competency
      • Experience with nonprofits/community development

Working conditions

Virtual work environment

Travel requirements

Occasional travel requirements, when safe.