Dysautonomia Foundation seeks bright, energetic and personable individual to support the daily operations of our mid-town office. Reports to executive director. The organization raises funds and operates programs to support medical treatment, scientific research and public education. This is a great entry level opportunity for a highly skilled candidate who wishes to learn about fundraising and non-profit management.
Experience working in a professional office environment
Highly skilled in Microsoft Office Suite, including Word and Excel
Comfortable managing office IT systems
Detail-oriented and organized worker
Multi-tasker with ability to prioritize assignments
Effective verbal and written communication skills
Takes initiative and able to work independently
Problem solver with a “can-do” attitude
Social media fluency a plus
Available to work some evenings/weekends as needed for special events
Knowledge of/comfort with Jewish culture and traditions
Comfortable interacting with persons with disabilities
Ability to lift up to 25 lbs.
Manage daily gift processing: enter donations, prepare acknowledgements, generate weekly bank deposits.
Maintain donor database: update changes in contact info and keep database accurate.
Use MS Excel to prepare reports for events and other foundation activities.
Develop expertise in utilization of donor software, including generation of reports, etc.
Manage general office operations and systems.
Field phone and email inquiries from the board, donors, member families, and the general public.
Coordinate a special equipment loan program for member families.
Assist with preparations for and staff special events as needed.
Support ED in daily foundation activities.
Other projects as assigned.
Salary: commensurate with experience; benefits include health insurance and paid vacation
To apply: send resume and cover letter, with a writing sample, to: Letkind@famdys.org