Maintains data on records in Griffin, the database system used by the University of Chicago Alumni Relations and Advancement department.
Reconciles discrepancies between internal and external databases, including Powerschool, Finalsite, and Griffin.
Researches and reconciles constituent data with external sources such as Linkedin and news outlets.
Manages regular reporting on a monthly, quarterly, and annual basis for the ARD team.
Develops and manages reports for Labâ™s leadership and Board on giving data as requested.
Supervises tracking of parent giving and updating of spreadsheets for volunteers as needed.
Administers a routine process for coding, auditing, and gathering new data to code for various projects in support of Advancement priorities.
Governs alumni email data in Finalsite, the Lab Schoolsâ™ email utility, and reconciles that data across multiple systems.
Completes basic reporting and analysis requests in coordination with ARD team members.
Develops and maintains appropriate processes and materials as required.
Plans and coordinates activities of volunteer and support groups. Recruits members and provides guidance and support to leadership activities.
Cultivates and maintains relationships with donors and volunteers. Establishes and maintains donor records and accounts.
Performs other related work as needed.
Bachelorâ™s degree.Â Â
A minimum one year of data entry or research-related experience in an academic or corporate setting.
Database maintenance experience.
Background with education databases.
Technical Skills or Knowledge:
Proficiency with the Microsoft Windows computer environment and Microsoft Office.
Familiarity with SAP Business Objects, the University of Chicago alumni database system (Griffin, SunGard Advance product), and/or Salesforce preferred.Â Â Â
Strong commitment to customer service.Â
Discretion in the handling of confidential information.
Work on multiple projects simultaneously and set priorities.Â
Work collegially and collaboratively in a team setting; an exceptional work ethic and track record of personal initiative.Â
Adapt to new programs and processes in a changing environment.Â
â‹Strong verbal and writing skills, high attention to detail and follow-up, and excellent organizational skills.Â
Travel to campus and/or non-campus locations for University business.Â
Work evenings and weekends.
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