Reporting to the Director of Prospect Research and Management, the Coordinator will perform in-depth research on current and prospective donors to help expand relationships and inform effective engagement. The ideal candidate will be a collaborative, organized, data-oriented professional with exceptional written communication skills.
Key responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
Perform focused research regarding prospective and existing donors using subscription research databases, online resources, internal files and databases, and other resources to capture biographical information as well as information regarding financial capacity and philanthropic propensity, including analyzing compensation, stock and option ownership, retirement plans, property transactions, alternative assets, and philanthropic interests
Synthesize research into organized profiles for use by AMNH leadership and Institutional Advancement colleagues
Perform and compile research on event and program attendees, Trustee candidates, Advisory Council candidates, and other Museum groups as indicated by the Director
Work with the Director and other colleagues, support fundraisers' prospecting and engagement efforts utilizing data and compiled research
Manage the Research team's subscriptions, conduct daily periodical reviews, and track team workflow
Perform data entry, maintain accurate records in Raiser's Edge database, and support the Director with other Research-related projects, as needed
Staff Institutional Advancement events in the evening and on some weekends, as needed
1-2 years of related or transferable work experience
Excellent written skills (including editing and proofreading); ability to understand and succinctly translate information and data in a clear and cohesive manner
Strong analytical skills; ability to investigate an issue and ask thoughtful questions
Meticulous attention to detail; superior organizational skills
Self-disciplined, action-oriented style. Ability to prioritize tasks to meet challenging deadlines. Strong work ethic. Flexible and collaborative
Sound judgment and discretion in handling and securing confidential information is essential
Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite required
Familiarity with relational and research databases
Familiarity with financial markets and institutions
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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