The museum’s development department seeks qualified candidates for its Manager of Donor Records position. The Manager of Donor Records is responsible for managing the processing, analysis, and reporting of charitable gifts to the museum; maintaining all donor and prospect related information in the Enterprise database; and ensuring the preservation of all physical files related to donors, gifts, and prospects. He or she will also contribute broadly to all aspects of the fulfillment of the museum’s mission and growth. Typical duties include developing complex custom reports, queries, and lists to meet departmental and museum-wide information needs; providing general support in data entry and customer service; managing ongoing data clean-up projects to ensure database integrity; managing the data collection and analysis of the Museum’s gifts, grants, and pledges for reporting purposes; and insuring that all reports are accurate, timely, and produced in accordance with established legal requirements and administrative guidelines.
Qualified candidates will have a Bachelor's degree with three to five years of experience and/or training in gift processing, database maintenance, development of custom queries, lists, and reports, and non-profit fundraising and membership operations. This position requires an excellent understanding and knowledge of non-profit database management tools, procedures, reporting methodologies, and best practices, and proven statistical and data analysis skills. Experience with Enterprise, Raiser’s Edge, or similar fundraising database, as well as proficiency in Crystal Reports, SQL, Excel, and related applications is highly desired. Other preferred skills include experience and/or training in fundraising principles and practices, including familiarity with financial standards and IRS regulations related to charitable giving; the ability to complete complex projects using independent judgment and to troubleshoot problems quickly; and the ability to train, supervise, and evaluate staff.