Development Operations & Donor Database
Responsible for database gift and donor information entry, acknowledgment letters process, and reconciliation process between finance and development.
Ensure accurate, clean, and relevant data to meet all funder cultivation/stewardship, mail merge demands, and audit requirements. Includes timely information/notes.
Process all donations and mobile bank deposits.
Coordinate the creation and maintenance of performance reports and dashboards on annual giving.
Lead pledge reminder and acknowledgment process within an established timeframe.
Support development prospect research activities.
Assist Development Senior Manager as needed with all activities related to reaching annual fund goals and any larger strategic initiatives.
Prepare workplace giving applications and renewals and assist in assembling any proposals, applications, and reports as needed.
Provide support with online digital tools as needed.
Provide support with marketing materials as needed.
Work closely with the development team to ensure the success of major mailings and email/multi-channel communication implementation.
Community Engagement & Events
Provide event support for major, small, and DIY events. Tasks may include leading look and feel and compiling the day of materials, list segmentation, in-kind donation outreach, vendor collaboration, developing and overseeing the on-site registration plan, and tracking sponsor, donor, and attendee payments, invoices, and questions.
Coordinate in-kind donation partnerships and gift card initiatives, working with programs to understand needs, building strategy, tracking results, and growth opportunities.
Build relationships and coordinate strategy with our Faith Group (Religious Based Organization) partners and ensure the Congregational annual fund goal is achieved.
Support Development Team with assessing volunteer needs and possibilities and coordinating current (i.e. tax clinic) and future volunteer program implementation.
Attend appropriate organization and all-staff meetings as well as Everyone Home DC events.
Participate in and attend ongoing training and professional development opportunities.
Work on special projects and committees as needed.
Supervision: This position has no direct reports. Could explore recruiting interns and volunteers to support task completion.
The duties listed above are intended only as illustrations of the various types of work that may be performed. The omission of specific statements of duties does not exclude them if the work is similar, related, or a logical assignment for the position.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, & ABILITIES
1-2 years of experience in a development or nonprofit administrative role with increasing responsibility.
Strong Proficiency with Google Suite/Drive.
Comfortable using technology, including experience using a donor database, managing lists, and other fundraising and communication tools.
Proficiency with standard office equipment: phone system, copier/printer, fax, scanner.
Understands the importance of the position for the success of the organization.
Strong communication (speaking and writing), interpersonal, organizational, language, and computer skills.
Energetic, flexible, self-starting team player with a direct, honest, and respectful approach to problem-solving, and able to foster collaboration and contribute to a strong sense of community among staff and board and with colleagues outside Everyone Home DC.
Ability to create and maximize special events that further Everyone Home DC’s position and achieve revenue goals.
Excellent project management, strategic thinking, time management, and planning skills with the ability to manage multiple projects with minimal supervision.
Is passionate about ending homelessness and approaches the work through a social justice lens.
Commitment to workers’ rights, economic justice, and race equity, particularly to the organization’s identified community issues.
An appetite for and sensitivity to working with diverse communities across race, class, ethnic, political, and geographic boundaries.
Comfort working with diverse populations, including staff, stakeholders, and people with various backgrounds and lived experiences.
Availability for occasional evening and weekend work when necessary.
Documentation of COVID-19 vaccination, including recommended booster doses.
Everyone Home DC’s standard benefits for full-time staff includes excellent employer-paid single coverage health insurance; dental and vision insurance; 401k retirement plan; employer-paid single coverage life insurance; worker’s compensation; family medical leave; bereavement leave; jury duty leave; Metro SmartBenefits; annual funds for professional development training; 13 paid holidays; and generous paid time off, including closed/paid leave Dec. 25th-January 1st each year with exceptions for emergencies.
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