Philanthropy and Membership Manager
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Date Posted: Tuesday, October 22, 2019
Current Posting Expires: 12/22/2019
This is a full-time core position. The successful candidate will have the following skills: strong interpersonal skills, positive attitude, flexibility, ability to manage multiple priorities simultaneously. Proficient computer skills, including experience with donor database DonorPerfect or similar, mass e-mail system experience, and Microsoft (Outlook, Word, Excel, and PowerPoint). Experience in performing mail merges essential. Data analysis skills and knowledge of WordPress desired but not essential. Not-for-profit and/or membership/association experience ideal.
They will enjoy database management, have strong verbal and written communication skills, excellent interpersonal skills, project coordination experience, a flexible attitude, and be a self-starter who can work independently with a curiosity for knowledge. This position also requires in-depth working knowledge and proven history with print, web and e-blast design, and social media messaging. Prior office environment and non-profit experience are strongly desired.
Supervised by the Director of Development.
Responsibilities & Requirements:
Responsibilities of the position will include, but not be limited to:
- Managing donor records, receipting, and general communications with complete confidentiality in a timely manner.
- Creating and Maintaining social media and website efforts with other team members.
- Researching, identifying, cultivating, tracking, and coordinating grant, corporate, and foundation opportunities.
- Oversee the timeliness of the donor acknowledgment process, prepare acknowledgment letters for major gift donors, produce new donor packets and coordinate all benefits fulfillment; respond promptly and follow up to any donor or patron inquiries as needed.
- Proof the accuracy of monthly printed donor listings and keep lists up to date on the website.
- Handle daily deposits for donations.
- Enter information in the database (DonorPerfect).
- Take notes and handle follow-up action items from Development Team meetings when necessary.
- Coordinate internal mailings for the Development Team.
- Assist in the coordination of Major Gift meetings and stewardship of Major Gift donors.
- Assistance with the logistics and coordination of donor, fundraising and community events ranging from 50-700. This includes, but is not limited to, online ticketing and auction entry, maintenance and platforms, volunteer management, efficient registration and check-out systems and processes, name tags, corporate sponsorship administration and more.
- Fundraising and organizational communications (eBlasts, mailings, online campaigns and more).
- Coordination and some supervision of volunteers involved in the office and fundraising activities.
- Help manage the preparation of annual newsletter and fundraising materials.
- Preparation of materials for board and other meetings.
- Other office and organizational tasks as assigned by the Development and Executive Director.
- A bachelor’s degree required and a minimum of 3+ years of professional work experience.
- Understanding of and familiarity with DonorPerfect or very similar database is a critical skill for this position. In addition, the position is responsible for database integrity, donation processing and fulfillment, reporting, and administrative tasks for the department.
- Excellent computer skills, including experience with Microsoft Office suite.
- Comfortable interacting professionally with all levels of donors, supporters, and volunteers. Includes excellent interpersonal communication skills by phone, in person and email.
- Aptitude for basic workplace technology, and the ability to troubleshoot.
- Ability to multi-task and stay calm under pressure.
- Ability to develop effective work plans, organize details, set priorities, and meet deadlines.
- Team player and strong time management skills and ability to meet deadlines.
- Able and willing to work outside of the constraints of a standard workweek, as required, including weekends.
- Knowledge and use of social media platforms such as facebook, Twitter, Instagram, etc.
- Ability to work independently and take ownership of projects.
- Workstyle characterized by self-motivation, initiative, and integrity.
- Commitment to the mission of Harpeth Conservancy.
- Ability to lift 35 pounds.
- Valid Driver’s License in the State of Tennessee and adequate transportation and proof of insurance.
- Must be able to work legally in the United States.
Would be a plus:
- Knowledge of website platform, WordPress, and its maintenance.
- Graphic Design proficiency, experience with Adobe Design or similar software.
- Ability to use social media, plan and implement digital communications.
- Have connections from working or living in Tennessee.
- Knowledge of and interest in conservation to aid in the explanation of our work to a broad variety of audiences, both in written materials and person-to-person.
Salary, Benefits and Work Environment:
Salary range from mid- $30s to mid- $40s commensurate with experience with opportunity for growth. The position is based at our office in Brentwood, TN. A flexible work schedule is expected to accommodate evenings and weekends, travel and traffic. Harpeth Conservancy benefits include generous paid-time-off and Blue Cross Blue Shield of TN cafeteria health insurance plan with a pre-tax Health Savings Account.
Job Type: Full-time
Job Categories: Communications/Marketing/PR
Contact Information and Procedure:
Email cover letter, resume, and references to Haylee Waddey Hall, Development Director at email@example.com.
Haylee Waddey Hall, Development Director
215 Jamestown Park Suite 101, Brentwood, TN 37027
Phone: (615) 790-9767
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