The Donor Relations Coordinator conducts a variety of essential tasks as part of the Donor Relations team in the Office of Advancement at Chicago Booth. Reporting to the Director of Donor Relations and Operations, the Donor Relations Coordinator is an critical source of support for the team and will manage, or assist with managing, several projects critical to a successful stewardship program.
Working with the senior associate director of donor relations operations, manage a portion of the annual stewardship reporting process for student and faculty funds.
Working with the associate director of donor relations, serve as a project manager for both stewardship working groups and individual stewardship plan management.
Manage the donor relations portion of the gift acknowledgement process, working collaboratively with communications colleagues to complete the process.
Manage the Gleacher Center donor wall donor spotlight features.
Maintain the current donor walls and named spaces on all Booth campuses domestically and internationally and work with the director to develop action plans for new opportunities.
Assist in creating and maintaining honor rolls for print and electronic publications.
Maintain stewardship information in Griffin, the donor database of record.
Support donor relations and operations teams on special projects as needed.
Education, Experience or Certifications:
Bachelor's degree required.
A minimum one year of work experience in nonprofit management, advancement, donor relations, stewardship, alumni relations, or similar work required.
Technical Knowledge or Skills:
An interest in pursuing a career in development preferred.
A strong commitment to customer service, proven track record of problem solving and the ability to manage multiple projects and relationships is required.
Excellent analytical skill and meticulous attention to detail required.
Demonstrated skill and knowledge of, or ability to quickly learn, the internal workings of the University and the technology tools available to Chicago Booth staff required, including Microsoft Windows, Microsoft Outlook, Word, Excel, and Power Point required.
Ability to work collegially and collaboratively in a team setting required.
Outstanding interpersonal and communications skills characterized by the ability to listen, to speak, and to write well required.
Ability to work evenings and weekends as required.
NOTE: When applying, all required documents MUST be uploaded under the Resume/CV section of the application.
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