Grand Central Station
P.O. Box 4777
The Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson’s Research (MJFF) was founded in 2000 with one clear objective: accelerating meaningful therapeutic advances and, ultimately, a cure for Parkinson’s disease (PD). The Foundation applies extraordinary scientific, business and media assets to this singular focus—thus creating a unique and dynamic organization. Since inception, MJFF has quickly grown into the largest global funder of Parkinson’s disease research outside the U. S. federal government, having funded over $750 million in research projects in both academic and industry labs worldwide.
Core to our philosophy is how we think of our capital and its risk profile relative to other stakeholders in the drug development pipeline. We work aggressively to de-risk various therapeutic strategies and tools in the hopes of building a robust pipeline of new treatments for patients. In order to achieve our mission of finding a cure for PD it is critical that we engage with, and bring together, members of the PD community including researchers, physicians, health professionals and most important, people with Parkinson's and their families. We believe that raising the Foundation’s profile with a broader audience will help us more efficiently reach and mobilize highly engaged stakeholders who are more likely to feel personally vested in helping speed progress toward a cure.
We believe that to find a cure for PD as quickly as possible, our capital needs to push research forward today—we therefore deliberately have no endowment. We instead start our fundraising from zero each year and seek to deploy funds raised as quickly and wisely as possible. MJFF raises over $90 million annually. Today, the Foundation has approximately 140 full-time employees who are based in New York City. This is an onsite position and is not conducive to telecommuting.
You report to the Director of Marketing Technologies and work with Associate Directors in the CRM team. Your core responsibilities will include Sales Cloud configuration, maintenance, administration, and integration with other systems such as Marketing Cloud. You will work closely with the CRM team to improve donor acquisition/retention and overall business processes related to donation management. Additionally, you will work with stakeholders across departments to assess requirements for business process improvements
● Ownership of Salesforce.com data quality, systems integrations, existing 3rd party applications and AppExchange products
● Responsible for QAing customized solutions that support business requirements and drive key business decisions
● Seek out opportunities to utilize SFDC to improve processes and productivity, and make recommendations to support an organization scaling at a rapid pace
● Utilize a change management (release) process to QA new applications and updates to existing applications
● Bachelor’s degree (A technical degree or concentration is preferred)
● 2 years in Salesforce-based administration, project management, or analyst roles
● Collaborating across teams for special events and marketing initiatives.
● Experience using Salesforce data tools (DemandTools, Data Loader, Excel Connector, Cirrus Insight, Scribe, Boomi, Jitterbit, Informatica, etc.)
● Basic release management experience
● Ability to critically review feature requests and suggest alternate proposals and optimizations as warranted
● Exposure to other non-SalesForce databases will be considered
● Certified Salesforce.com Advanced Administrator (ADM-201) In-depth understanding of the capabilities and constraints of the SFDC CRM application coupled with a good understanding around the business processes (Sales, Marketing, etc.)
● Professional experience in a sandbox test environment, including development/staging/production (or similar) deployment cycles
● Experience with SFDC based Skuid tool for application development and design.
● Nonprofit experience desirable
The Michael J. Fox Foundation is an equal opportunity employer.
Minimum Education Required