Thank you for you interest in becoming an employee at Ronald McDonald House Charities of Greater Washington, DC to help us fulfill our mission to ease the hardship of children's illness on children on families.
Available positions are listed below. Please submit all requested materials by the method listed in the job description.
Ronald McDonald Family Room Evening/Weekend Coordinator
This is a part-time position covering one weekend afternoon and two or three nights a week. The position requires regular attendance in order to effectively fulfill the requirements of the job. The Ronald McDonald Family Room Evening/Weekend Coordinator helps to oversee the operation of the RMFR at Children’s National.
The RMFR Coordinator is hired and supervised by Ronald McDonald House Charities of Greater Washington DC (RMHCDC) staff but works on-site at Children’s National. The RMFR Coordinator provides room coverage, helps to recruit, train, schedule, and supervise volunteers, develops and implements programming for parents and other caregivers, ensures that the Family Room is stocked and maintained, and assists with other duties as assigned.
Vice President, Development & Marketing
Reporting to and in partnership with the CEO, the Vice President, Development & Marketing is responsible for the development of all fundraising and marketing strategies to grow the base of philanthropic support and increase public awareness of RMHCDC. S/he will set the organization’s strategic fundraising agenda to achieve and exceed its revenue goals through the solicitation of individual, corporate, foundation support, and grants. The VP will oversee a team of five and will work in conjunction with the Director of Marketing & Community Engagement to build and manage the brand identity and all aspects of the marketing communication to raise awareness of the charity and its programs throughout the Washington, DC area.
A successful candidate will be passionate about our mission and the families we serve. S/he will work with a variety of volunteers, including board members, who support and help the organization, and will be sensitive to the needs and passions of a diverse staff.