Bears primary responsibility for managing and coordinating several critical functions within the ARD office including but not limited to acknowledgements, data maintenance, gift processing, expense tracking and reconciliation, payment processing, event maintenance, and regular report preparation.Â
Participates in strategy development for cultivation, stewardship, and other ARD programmatic efforts.Â
Manages stewardship calendar and assists in writing first drafts of stewardship reports.
Analyzes data and creates customized reports to track performance of marketing, cultivation, fundraising, and stewardship efforts.Â
Manges society memberships and stewardship.
Supports parent, alumni, and student volunteers as needed.
Staffs ARD local events and plays a critical role in managing registrations, seating and providing technical and logistical support for all of Lab ARD's events, including two large events, Connections/Dewey Dance and Alumni Weekend.
Develops and distributes event correspondence and invitations.Â
Manages event database, provides reports for events, and reconciles payments.
Assembles and sends ARD communications via our communications system to the Lab community.
Helps produce print and electronic publications and materials.Â
Manages alumni news updates for publication.
Helps manage the ARD office, providing support with expense tracking and reconciliation, payment processing, and purchasing as needed.Â
Performs a variety of development-related administrative duties.Â
Plans, organizes and coordinates assigned fundraising programs and projects. Identifies budget requirements and staffing needs on a project or event basis.
Drafts informational and marketing materials for review for assigned programs. Assists in developing support materials for specific fundraising activities.
Performs other related work as needed.
Education: Â Â
A minimum of one year of experience in development or a related service-oriented field.Â
Valid driver's license.Â Â Â
Work on multiple projects simultaneously, set priorities, and meet deadlines.
Work well within a team of highly motivated individuals.
Outstanding interpersonal and communications skills characterized by the ability to write well with a strong commitment to customer service.
Excellent diplomatic skills.
Learn and manipulate databases.
Attend and help with weekend and evening events.
Able and willing to travel.
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