Part-Time / Posted 1 week ago
JOB TITLE: Development Coordinator DATE: September 14, 2020
CLASSIFICATION: Hourly ; Part-Time
REPORTS TO: Director of Development
LOCATION: DATC – Seaford Office
The Development Coordinator will support the Development Director and be responsible for donor database management, financial reports, direct mail and other department functions as it relates to the fundraising needs of DATC, in support of DATC’s residential, faith-based, addiction recovery programs for men and women.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Other duties may be assigned.
- Maintain donor database (Bloomerang System)
- Database entry and maintenance
- Ensure balance of donations between financial system and donor database
- Provide donor lists as needed for events and various fundraising needs
- Provide monthly financial reports for DATC
- Monthly Development Dashboard
- Major Gift Forecast / Development Appeal Tracking
- Manage all aspects of direct mail
- Maintain annual direct mail calendar for monthly mailings
- Manage direct mail from initial concept, print shop coordination, request for mailing list, proofing, editing, and mail house.
- Oversee donor communication and engagement; including, but not limited to
- Quarterly impact reports and pledge reminders
- Email communication
- Create and manage Social Media engagement plan for three DATC platforms
- Provide support to Development Director with all functions of Development office:
- Major Donors
- Grant research and submissions
- Event planning and execution
- Rally scheduling and attendance
PREFERRED QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS
- A minimum of 2 years of experience with database systems.
- Knowledge and experience in fundraising and/or direct mail.
- Experience with graphic design for marketing/social media.
ESSENTIAL QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS
- A personal relationship with Jesus Christ and an active Christian commitment.
- A theology that supports the values and mission of DATC.
- Excellent organizational and management skills.
- Highest standard of personal and professional integrity.
- Must be a team player.