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The Development Coordinator will support the Museum of the American Revolution’s fundraising

efforts by working closely with the Chief Philanthropy Officer, the Director of

Development, Corporate Partnerships Officer, and Grants Officer to support the Museum’s

strategic efforts to secure contributed revenue. The Development Coordinator is

also a primary liaison to ensure that the Development team is working in tandem

with operations, marketing, education, and curatorial teams to support the

Museum’s goals.

Primary Responsibilities:    

Manage all routine donation gift processing, as well as data imports from third-party gift processing and website donations.      

Manage regularly scheduled data imports and exports ensuring timely and accurate data transmittals between Raisers Edge and Luminate, establishing the donor database as the central information source.        

Coordinate the logistics of select fundraising meetings and donor events, including Corporate Advisory Council, working in coordination with Director of Development, Corporate Partnerships Officer, and Grants Officer, to ensure that these events are strategic, efficient, and effective in furthering the Museum's fundraising efforts.

Duties may include scheduling with external partners, monitoring event revenue projections and budgets, invitation tracking, liaison to vendors, managing food and beverage for self-catered meetings and events, recording meeting or debrief notes, and on-site management of event logistics.      

Oversee Development Department petty cash and manage reconciliation of petty cash and

credit cards.·        

Provide excellent customer service to annual fund and institutional donors, including benefits and premium fulfillment request, and do-not-mail requests.

Proactively record and track donor information and call reports in database, to ensure that

records include updated contact information, recent interactions, and major life events.         

Support the Director of Development, Corporate Partnerships Officer, Grants Officer, and

other team members through preparing solicitations, renewals, invoices, acknowledgements, and other correspondence and collateral, writing standard proposals, and developing presentations and gift reports. Provide technical assistance, as necessary.        

Support the Director of Development, Corporate Partnerships Officer and Grants Officer with screening and cultivation of donors and prospects.

Responsibilities include conducting research on prospects and potential sources of funding to grow donor prospect database and tracking data to ensure timely and proper moves management.          

Coordinate the Museum's digital fundraising efforts on third-party fundraising sites, ensuring

that donation pages and digital acknowledgements are accurate and working properly.         

Serve as back-up support for the Donor Systems Manager. These duties include processing of gifts and actions, preparation of metrics reports, generation of prospect research profiles, maintenance of donor records, generation of mail and email lists, and import/export functions with other systems, such as Luminate.·        

Provide back-up support to the Museum’s membership program as necessary during peak times        

Support Development Operations by managing biweekly Team meetings, event and meetings calendar, and production calendar—also by preparing supplemental materials for Development fundraising activities, assisting with correspondence, scheduling, and organizing committee meetings, and recording meeting minutes. ·        

Manage the Museum’s Library Pass Program, including stewardship, renewal, and acquisition of program participants.·        

Serve as primary coordinator of donor files, ensuring that gift documentation is handled securely and that accurate records are maintained.·        

Monitor Development department supply inventories, and work with Director of Development to ensure that supply inventory and orders are on track with Development department budget. Serve as primary liaison for Museum gift shop orders.·        

Prepare on-boarding materials for all new hires on the Development team.·        

Serve as primary team contact with local hotels.·        

Serve as a frontline contact for internal requests/inquiries of the Development Team.·        

Represent Development Team by assisting with all general fundraising activities and other special events.        

Perform additional tasks as assigned.

Education   

Bachelor’s degree

Experience/Skills:·        

Professional experience should include at least two years of development work with a nonprofit organization, preferably a museum or other cultural institution, with proven experience in database management. ·        

Experience with Raiser's Edge is desirable. Experience working in a

CRM/fundraising database is required.        

Must possess effective communication skills, both in speaking and writing.·        

Demonstrate excellent organization skills with attention to detail.·        

Be able to problem-solve and multitask under tight deadlines.·        

Maintain effective working relationships with volunteers, donors, and staff.        

Must maintain donor confidentiality always.     

The ability to work in a positive collaborative environment while also functioning autonomously is essential. ·        

Some nights/weekend hours are required. Must plan to work the last two weeks of December, during peak year-end gift processing.

 The Museum of the American Revolution(www.AmRevMuseum.org) is an Equal Opportunity Employer. To apply, please send a cover letter including resume and three professional references to employment@amrevmuseum.org.



 

The Development Coordinator will support the Museum of the American Revolution’s fundraising

efforts by working closely with the Chief Philanthropy Officer, the Director of

Development, Corporate Partnerships Officer, and Grants…

Detalles a Simple Vista

  • Flexibilidad
    A Tiempo Completo
  • Fecha de inicio
    31 de enero de 2022
  • Educación
    Licenciatura
  • Nivel Profesional
    Principiante

Compensación

Medical, dental, vision, PTO, 403 b plan, 11 holidays

Medical, dental, vision, PTO, 403 b plan, 11 holidays

Ubicación

Presencial
101 S 3rd St, Philadelphia, PA 19106, USA

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