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Dance Marathon Coordinator

Children's Hospital Foundation is currently seeking a Dance Marathon Coordinator to join our team! This position is full-time and requires attendance at weekend and evening meetings/events during peak periods of the calendar.

Hours: Monday-Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Company History:

Children’s Hospital Foundation is a nonprofit 501c (3) organization in Oklahoma raising funds to improve the health of children through its support of research, education and clinical care at the Oklahoma Health Center. For more information, visit our website:

Job Description:

The Dance Marathon Coordinator plays a critical role in facilitating, guiding, and stewarding the strategic growth of high school and collegiate student philanthropic engagement with Children’s Hospital Foundation through the Miracle Network Dance Marathon program. The Dance Marathon Coordinator will report directly to the Assistant Director of Development. The Dance Marathon Coordinator will also assist in all areas of development and events to increase funds to enhance CHF’s mission. This includes coordinating the Children’s Hospital Foundation Innovative Board (iBoard). The Dance Marathon Coordinator ensures that assigned schools are utilizing the Miracle Network Dance Marathon fundraising model to its fullest potential. The Dance Marathon Coordinator encourages the development of key leadership skills in student leaders--such as fundraising, strategic decision making, critical thinking, problem solving, and event management skills. Doing so results in a well-rounded and valuable student leader experience and ultimately leads to dance marathon students and supporters becoming “FTK for Life” – continuing to give of their time, talents and treasure beyond their dance marathon years.


• Bachelor’s degree required

• Excellent interpersonal skills and demonstrated experience working in development and/or events

• Highly organized multi-tasker with good problem-solving skills

• Effective writing and editing skills

• Ability to speak in front of large groups

• Use of software programs including: Microsoft Office Professional Suite (Word, PowerPoint, Excel, Outlook), and Adobe CS

• Must possess a willingness to work with a diverse group of individuals in a team setting


All applicants need to send a resume with a cover letter by October 13, 2021. Attn: Linzy Farrant. Email: Mail: 901 N Lincoln Ave, Ste 305, Oklahoma City, OK 73104 Fax: (405)271-1175.


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