The Development Coordinator, Patrons Circle provides support for the Patrons Circle and Junior Council membership programs, and for associated volunteer leadership groups and Museum Advisory Council. The Coordinator also provides organizational and administrative assistance to the Director of Major Gifts and Patrons Circle.
Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
Operationalize and execute multi-touchpoint plan to steward Patrons Circle (PC) and Junior Council (JC) members.
Provide customer service to PC and JC members and administrative support for PC and JC membership events. Related tasks include, but are not limited to, answering inbound PC/JC calls and emails, pulling mailing lists, printing and mailing invitations, taking RSVPs, monitoring attendance, sending reminders, liaising with gift officers, assisting with VIP briefings, and printing name tags.
Support the coordination of PC and JC related activities across Development and Membership teams.
Provide administrative and organizational support to the Director.
Assist Director with execution of prospecting, solicitation, and volunteer management strategies across PC and JC membership programs.
Plan and execute various cultivation and stewardship activities, including donor meetings and site visits.
Maintain current and accurate donor records in Raiser's Edge and Tessitura.
Coordinate and collaborate with colleagues across the Museum, including fellow Institutional Advancement staff, scientists, educators, exhibition specialists, volunteers, and others.
Required Qualifications: • Bachelor’s degree. • At least 2 years of experience in non-profit development. • Exceptional interpersonal skills, strong work ethic, and sound judgement. • Thorough and precise with strong ability to prioritize and plan. • Professional demeanor and ability to adapt quickly to, plan for, and manage multiple projects in a fast-paced, high-expectation environment. • Willing to work occasional evenings and weekends for fundraising events, member programs, and donor visits. • Fluency in Microsoft Office. • Database experience.
• Knowledge of Raiser’s Edge preferred. • Knowledge of Tessitura a plus.
To be considered for this position please visit our web site and apply on line at the following link: careers.amnh.org
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