Development Administrator (Posted December 23rd, 2013)
SUMMARY: The Development Administrator is responsible for all aspects of
donor and donor database management, donor and gift reporting, creation of acknowledgement letters, data entry, filing/record keeping, assisting with prospect and lead generation, in addition to other administrative duties. This role supports all aspects of donor relations.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
• Creates, maintains, and updates donor information for individual constituents via Raiser’s Edge (RE).
• Creates and electronically files all thank you and acknowledgement letters for general and capital gifts.
• Assists with prospect research and lead generation.
• Manages department materials such as annual reports, fact sheets, brochures and other pieces used for stewardship and cultivation.
• Creates, executes, and updates RE reports and serves as point person/go-to person for RE issues for Development.
• Prepares pre-visit lists and donor summaries, letters/note cards for development staff.
• Stays abreast of wealth/capacity research mechanisms and carries out such research on donor prospects.
• Assists the executive assistant to the president and provides support as requested and directed.
• Performs other duties as assigned.
MINIMUM REQUIRED EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE:
• Associate’s Degree required. Bachelor’s degree preferred or a combination of education and equivalent experience
• At least three years of general administrative experience, including data entry in Raiser’s Edge.
• One to two years of experience in Development or fundraising working directly with donors as liaison, primary point of contact, and all facets of donor relations preferred.
REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:
• Experience with and proficient knowledge of Raiser’s Edge software
• Strong verbal and written communications skills, including telephone skills.
• Ability to maintain detailed, accurate records.
• Ability to work collaboratively with staff across departments.
• Excellent computer skills, including with MS Office Suite, and donor database experience.
• Well organized, meticulous, great attention to detail
• Demonstrated excellence in organizational, managerial, and communication skills, both written and verbal
• Good computer skills, knowledge of use of databases
• Skill in organizing resources and establishing priorities
• Flexibility in schedule and ability to work independently
• Ability to speak Spanish or other languages an advantage
WORKING CONDITIONS AND PHYSICAL EFFORT:
Work is normally performed in an interior office environment, using light physical effort, with little or no exposure to physical risk.
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Contact FAX: 305-646-4300
Contact Phone: 305-646-4277
The Museum of Science, Inc. is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer and a drug-free workplace.
Affirmative Action Plan can be reviewed upon request.