Corporate Relations Coordinator – Businesses Ending Slavery and Trafficking – Seattle

● Respond to employer inquiries for training or consulting, assess the employers’ needs, write proposals that correspond to their needs, and steward the relationships.
● Assist the Executive Director to secure gifts from individuals and organizations in the corporate sector.
● Identify prospective corporate grants with our partners, which will be submitted by a grant writer.
● Communicate to business leaders how trafficking impacts their specific industry
● Recruit new employers to implement best practices, philanthropy, and/or training
● Provide training for employees as needed
● Additional responsibilities as needed

Required Skills & Capabilities
● Unequivocal commitment to the BEST mission and vision
● Communicates professionally and passionately with a wide and diverse range of stakeholders
● Proactive and able to work independently with limited management oversight
● Intelligent, learns quickly, and adapts easily to new situations.
● Excellent follow-through and problem solving skills.
● Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university is required.
● Excellent oral and written communication.
● Experience in a corporate setting is strongly preferred.

Position Details
● 40 hours/week with a flexible work week and flexible leave plan
● Salary range: $21-27/hour + performance-based bonuses
● Position is based in Seattle and may involve some travel within the US
● Attendance at occasional weekend and evening events is required
● Position reports to the Executive Director
● Position is temporarily remote

How to Apply
Please submit a resume and a cover letter to BEST will receive applications until the position has been filled.
BEST is an Equal Opportunity Employer. At BEST we welcome people from all cultures and backgrounds. We strongly encourage applicants from women, people of color, immigrants, refugees, people with disabilities, members of the LGBTQ community, and other underrepresented and historically marginalized groups.