Full Job Description
DEVELOPMENT INTERN – DESCRIPTION
TITLE: Development Intern
REPORTS TO: Coordinator, Development
Snider Hockey is a nationally acclaimed non-profit that uses the sport of hockey to educate and empower under-resourced youth of Philadelphia to prosper in the game of life. Evidence-based outcomes are young citizens who:
Achieve academic success as they matriculate from Crayons through College;
Consistently make healthy and thoughtful life choices;
Serve as positive role models to the next generation of Snider Hockey student-athletes;
Realize gainful and rewarding employment; and
Give back to their community.
The Development Intern will help Snider Hockey achieve its mission by supporting the Development team to coordinate and conduct various tasks related to event planning, prospect research, Game Night Table, and additional administrative functions.
RESPONSIBILITIES INCLUDE, BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TO:
Support the grant application process through active prospective funding research.
Conduct prospect research on individual, foundation, and corporate donors to assist in continuing to grow donor and stakeholder bases.
Assist with planning and implementation of Snider Hockey Game Night Table during the Flyers season. *Pending season’s occurrence
Assist Development Assistant with Monthly Newsletter
Assist with preparation and coordination of Snider Hockey events and campaigns, particularly the back-end technological execution.
Maintain organized storage of development related files.
Assist with occasional mailings.
Perform all other duties and responsibilities as assigned.
Successful applicants must be a high-school graduate; rising sophomores, juniors or seniors in college is preferred.
Applicants must be able to pass the PA Child Abuse Clearance, PA State Police Criminal Background Check, and FBI Fingerprint Criminal Background Check.
A strong technological/computer skill with proficiency in Microsoft Office is essential.
Highly developed interpersonal and communications skills.
Excellent organizational skills, and attention to detail is critical.
Candidates should be highly motivated to learn, research, and collaborate.
It is especially important that candidates are comfortable working in a fast-paced and high profile environment.
Applicants should be outgoing and ready to provide a high level of service.
General knowledge of ice hockey is helpful, but not mandatory.
The intellectual, social, and physical demands and work environment characteristics described here are representative of those that must be navigated by the intern to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. The demands and characteristics provided assume Snider Hockey is conducting programming in person otherwise interns will be working from their residence, updated considerations in italics.
INTELLECTUAL AND SOCIAL DEMANDS:
While performing the essential functions of this job, the intern is continuously asked to multi-task under time limits. The position requires constant attention to precise details and specified standards including: following simple to complex (more than three steps) instructions, and concentration which frequently extends beyond 30 minutes at a time.
While performing the essential functions of the job, the intern constantly operates a computer and other office devices such telephones, copy machines, fax machines, etc. Occasionally moves about inside office space to access storage areas, cabinets, and office machinery. Occasionally does local driving in support of work-related projects. Occasional pushing, pulling, lifting and/or moving up to 50 pounds. The intern will constantly operate their computer/laptop and phone during remote programming.
The essential responsibilities of this position are performed indoors, mainly in an office setting but including occasional visits to ice hockey rinks and special event sites (indoor/outdoor in the weather conditions prevalent at the time). The noise level in the work environments can range from moderate to loud during events/programs, and is minimal during non-event/program times.
Most work is completed during standard weekday hours. Occasional night and/or weekend duties in the Greater Philadelphia area are required.
PAY STATUS: This is an Unpaid Internship. No financial compensation is available, but students are eligible to receive academic credit.