Unit-specificResponsibilities 1) Provides stewardship services and support across up to six frontline fundraising teams, providing the highest level of customer service and seeing projects through to successful completion 2) Collects/researches data to support or answer specific questions/topics related to development and volunteer management activity; drafts, proofreads, and creates reports and presentations for the team and the volunteers that they support; develops and implements team procedures and policies 3) Schedules and participates in meetings across MBSD to discuss stewardship plans and advances stewardship strategies 4) Composes and edits correspondence and other documents for delivery internally (e.g., MBSD, UCM) and externally (e.g.,donor acknowledgements, correspondence for leaders and volunteers within the primary strategic constituencies). Proofreads and copy-edits documents such as reports, letters, memos, analyses, etc. 5) Coordinates logistics of meetings, events, and staff meetings as needed 6) Understands and practices team strategy and administrative processes to manage volunteers and resources effectively
Unit-Preferred Competencies 1) Strong verbal and writing skills, high attention to detail and follow-up, and excellent organizational skills 2) Ability to work collegially and collaboratively in a team setting 3) An exceptional work ethic and track record of personal initiative 4) Outstanding interpersonal and communications skills characterized by the ability to listen, to speak, and to write well 4) Flexibility and adaptability to new programs in an emerging and changing environment
Education 1) A bachelorâ™s degree or higher
Experience 1) A minimum of one year of work experience in nonprofit management, development, alumni relations, marketing, public relations, or similar work
2) Experience with fundraising, contact management or other database software 3) Experience working with volunteers 4) Experience planning and executing events
Required Documents 1) Resume 2) Cover Letter
NOTE: When applying, all required documents MUST be uploaded under the Resume/CV section of the application.
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