Development Coordinator (part-time) – Donor Relations
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The Development Coordinator is a key team member who manages our donor database and donor relations functions to create and support a culture of donor-centered philanthropy, and provide our community with many ways to act on their values by supporting CASA’s work. We aim to offer an easy and rewarding giving experience and a fiscally sound, transparent and trustworthy charitable organization.
- Bachelor’s degree in Business, Marketing, Communications, Public Administration, or related field.
- Minimum 2 years of relevant work experience in fundraising, donor relations or database administration.
- Prefer background in a non-profit organization.
- Experience with Donor Perfect a plus.
- Superior attention to detail.
- Excellent organizational, project management, and administrative skills
- Ability to independently prioritize a heavy workload, at times working under pressure and deadlines.
- Ability to look at the bigger picture of a data system and think strategically about its value to the organization.
- Problem solver with the ability to organize, implement and coordinate processes and procedures to increase organizational efficiency and effectiveness.
- Sound judgment and the ability to handle sensitive information and maintain confidentiality.
- Work as a collaborative but independent and effective team contributor.
- Proficiency in design and communications applications (InDesign, Photoshop, Constant Contact, all Social Media)
The ideal candidate is someone who is interested in being a professional contributor to fundraising, marketing, communications and relationship building with donors; has a passion to share the CASA mission; loves data, design, and analysis; enjoys behind-the-scenes work and some public relations.
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One third of our staff were volunteers before they were hired on full-time, so you may consider volunteering with our program first. Learn more about becoming a volunteer here.