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ACMT & MTF Corporate Development Manager

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The American College of Medical Toxicology (ACMT), a 501(C)6 and its sister organization, the Medical Toxicology Foundation (MTF), a 501(C)3 are seeking a qualified professional for its Corporate Development Manager position. The successful candidate will manage ACMT and MTF corporate fundraising efforts, support other non-dues resource development, build engaging and sustainable new corporate partnerships that support a growing organization. 

This position represents a unique opportunity to contribute to an organization at an exciting time of corporate revenue diversification. This position requires a motivated fundraiser with strong organizational skills and an ability to effectively share the value of ACMT and MTF with potential sponsors and donors. The successful applicant will have a broad range of corporate development experience preferably in the non-profit association realm.  This position is remote with all staff working from home and conducting business virtually. Some travel to events is expected.

Areas of Responsibility: 

Key Position Responsibilities:

  • Get to know ACMT and MTF leadership, members, and programs, and work closely with ACMT leadership to optimize development plans. 

  • Identify prospective corporate sponsors, develop relationships, solicit sponsorship and exhibitors to support ACMT educational programs – both live conferences and online education activities - and steward educational grant and corporate sponsorship opportunities to support ACMT events and activities

  • Research, write, submit grant applications to corporate and other nonprofits to support ACMT education programs and MTF award programs. 

  • Develop and maintain relationships with corporate supporters, be the primary point person to communicate about support opportunities at ACMT

  • Be the primary point person for exhibitors at ACMT events, assist with booth set up, respond to inquiries

  • Establish and maintain collaborative working relationships with partner organizations, develop mutual marketing agreements

  • Work with Communications Manager to develop and design appealing event prospectus for potential funders.

Educational Background: 
Bachelor's Degree

Key Candidate Qualifications:

  • Bachelor's degree required 

  • Relevant experience in non-profit fundraising, marketing, relationship management, or related fields

  • Minimum of 3-5 years of progressively successful fundraising and business development experience, preferably in a public health or medical environment.  Association development preferred

  • Successful corporate and foundation grant writing experience; 

  • Ability to work with staff, peers and volunteer leadership to achieve organizational priorities. 

  • Self-starter with an entrepreneurial spirit and ability to act decisively; blend of strategic thinking and tactical execution. Resourceful, with ability to change course, when necessary.

  • Superior organizational abilities and attention to detail, with a high level of self- accountability.

  • Strong verbal and written communication skills, including public speaking, with the ability to engage diverse constituencies.

  • Ability to set own schedule, maintain calendar, and to do own administrative work.

  • Willingness to travel to several events per year

How to Apply: 

How to Apply:

Interested applicants are requested to submit a cover letter, resume, salary requirements, and a writing sample as a part of our standard application process. To Apply, follow this link.


Organization Info

American College of Medical Toxicology

Phoenix, AZ
About Us

The American College of Medical Toxicology (ACMT) is a professional, nonprofit association of approximately 800 physicians with recognized expertise in medical toxicology. The mission of ACMT is to advance the toxicologic care of patients and populations and advocate for the specialty of medical toxicology.

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Listing Stats

Post Date: 
Jan 24 2023
Active Until: 
Feb 24 2023
Hiring Organization: 
American College of Medical Toxicology