COMMUNITY VOLUNTEERS IN MEDICINE
Database and Development Coordinator
Part time position at Community Volunteers in Medicine in West Chester, PA with an opportunity for a full-time role.
Revision Date: November 20, 2018
The Database and Development Coordinator is a key member of Community Volunteers in Medicine’s development team, managing the donor database and providing overall support for the department. Under the supervision of the Vice President of Development, the position is responsible for overall management of the donor database, daily gift processing, acknowledgement process, statistical reporting, mailing list management, and donor/prospect research, as well as, supporting the administrative needs of the development department.
Manage all facets of CVIM’s development database (Donor Perfect) – daily gift processing, tracking gift/financial and biographical information on new, current and potential donors.
Responsible for ensuring the accuracy and integrity of the database, including constituent records, coding (fund/appeal) and data entry.
Responsible for the timely acknowledgement process for all gifts received.
Preparation and segmentation of donor lists in preparation for mailings.
Run analytical reports for Development team, Committee and Board meetings, reconcile with Finance Director.
Maintain up to date gift processing policies and procedures in conjunction with the VP of Development and Finance Director.
Assist with fundraising and cultivation strategies by tracking relevant donor/prospect information (biographical, financial, philanthropic interests & giving history) and make creative connections between people, events, programs, and their associated circles.
Prepare appropriate & accurate donor research profiles, reports, and other basic research.
Monitor market trends and media sources for relevant information on current donors.
Point of contact with printers and mail-fulfillment vendors. Manage supplies.
Provide clerical support to development as necessary.
Perform other duties as assigned.
Bachelor's degree required and two to five years of development support and data entry experience preferred (equivalent education/work experience will be considered).
Advanced working knowledge of Donor Perfect or other donor databases a plus.
Strong analytical skills with an understanding of data driven measurements and tools.
Knowledge of fundraising principles and practices.