For an international humanitarian Jewish non-profit whose mission is to ensure the well-being, health and welfare of certain segments of Israel’s population.
In this important role, the Prospect Research & Donor Appreciation Manager will research, organize and qualify a prospect’s financial capacity, ability, and willingness to contribute to the organization.
Among your many tasks, you will: write professionally created research profiles for the use of the development team; implement new research techniques as they arise, striving to design the ultimate prospect research methodology; participate in identification of prospects for the advancement of board members and donor pipeline development; support and develop the strategy for researching new and existing prospects; assist in the development and maintenance of prospect pools for various campaign initiatives, conduction pool analysis to determine the strengths of prospect pools, as well as building and analyzing scoring models, assist in the maintenance of database records, as well as the development and distribution of database reports; manage the implementation of the Donor Recognition Program and develop a systematic structure to maintain and expand the program; coordinate with the Marketing Department and ensure donor recognition items are created and distributed in a timely manner to respective donors; develop new and unique ideas for donor appreciation.
To be a viable candidate, you should have: a Bachelor’s degree, ideally in a related major; 4-5 years of experience in development/research; strong technological skills in the entire MS Office Suite. Raiser’s Edge database knowledge is a decided plus, as is related Jewish non-profit experience. The organization would like to make a quick decision.
This multi-office organization, headquartered in midtown Manhattan, offers full benefits, including days off on all major Jewish holidays, a competitive salary, and a very busy, yet team-oriented corporate culture.
Please note: We will treat your candidacy with the utmost of discretion.