Sponsorship Manager

Job Summary

The Sponsorship Manager is responsible for coordinating the sponsorship efforts of NAAMA, and for
investigating other funding opportunities. This Part-time position will focus on developing relationships with new sponsors, and for managing existing relationships. The position will also be responsible for researching and
evaluating suitable granting and funding opportunities, and for compiling the information needed to apply for such grants and funds. This position is part of the Fundraising Committee and reports to the NAAMA President with coordination with  Marketing & Communications as required.


  1.  Develop initiatives to recruit new sponsors
  2. Develop and maintain solid long-term relationships with sponsors
  3.  Identify granting agencies with potential to fund Students’ Union initiatives and venues
  4.  Develop relationships with appropriate granting agencies
  5.  Draft sponsorship packages and grant applications for a variety of NAAMA events, venues and programs
  6.  Ensure that sponsorship packages and grant applications are complete, executed, and updated when necessary
    by required deadlines
  7.  Ensure that the NAAMA fulfills all of its sponsorship agreements obligations by obtaining all required information from sponsors such as contact information, corporate logos, banners and any other materials
    specified in the contract
  8. Provide accounting and the client with required invoices and paperwork
  9. Maintain a suitable database of all sponsorship activity such as progress timelines and contract values
  10. Attend meetings as required
  11. Perform other job-related duties and projects as required by the Manager
  12. Update Website Designer and help updating website


  1. A University Degree in a related field (or equivalent relevant job experience)
  2. Proven negotiating and people skills
  3. Experience working with a diverse range of stakeholders
  4. Excellent organizational and communication skills (written and oral)
  5. The ability to work as part of a larger team
  6. The ability to be self motivated and meet many critical deadlines efficiently


  1.  Previous work within a sponsorship or fundraising position
  2. An understanding of the culture and goals of post-secondary student associations
  3. A market understanding of the 18-24 year old demographic
  4. A desire to work in a constantly changing environment
  5.  Familiarity with Macintosh computers, Microsoft Office (Word, Excel and PowerPoint)

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