Under the direction of the Senior Vice President for University Advancement, the Director of Advancement Operations and Systems supervises the maintenance of an effective and efficient computerized database with nearly 200,0000 constituent records. Using this system, the incumbent supports development, public affairs, and alumni programs, processing management and in-house requests for information and specific reports. This position is also responsible for the financial processing, reporting, coordinating and reconciling of all gift income. The Director serves as Raiser's Edge Administrator.
1.Bachelor’s degree with a concentration in finance or accounting preferred.
2.A minimum of three years administrative experience with increasing levels of responsibility, including financial accounting responsibilities, experience with computer operations in support of automated records systems, and staff supervision.
3.Proficiency with computerized data management, spreadsheet, and word processing systems. Knowledge of Microsoft Word and Excel required. Knowledge of Raiser's Edge required, preferably including work at the strategic systems level. Experience with end-user training required.
4.Experience in the analysis of giving data; able to make strategic recommendations.
5.Willingness to work beyond traditional hours when needed.
6.Flexibility in work schedule to meet occasional demands of peak workloads and availability to work between Christmas and New Year's holidays.
7.Understanding of the functions and role of a University Advancement office.
8.Employment is contingent upon a satisfactory background check. Candidates for hire will be required to sign a waiver authorizing the background check and produce a Social Security Card.
Campus: Metropolitan Campus, Teaneck, NJ
Hiring Manager: Richard Reiss
Department: University Advancement-Metro
Internal Number: 5691
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