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Donor Relations Coordinator

 Position

Jubilee REACH offers an exciting opportunity for a highly motivated individual who is passionate about the mission and growth of Jubilee REACH, and who welcomes the opportunity to work with a talented Donor Relations, Events, and Media/Communications team. This is a full-time position that reports to the Investor (Donor) Relations Officer. The Donor Relations Coordinator will play a significant role in the fundraising efforts contributing to the growth of Jubilee REACH.

Primary Responsibilities

Annual & Other Giving support

  • Assists with preparing and producing donor relations and marketing/communication literature including thank you letters, gift appeals, grants, newsletters, and other communications as required.

  • Develop and maintain ongoing relationships with mid-level donors ($1,000 - $2,500)

  • Donor Relations Coordinator will be expected to interact directly with a minimum of five (5) donors/month and be the solicitor for at least 25 donors.

  • Participate with the planning and implementation of all fundraising events.

  • Consistently utilize Salesforce.com to document all donor interactions.

 Donor Database Administration

  • Manages the daily operation of the constituent database (SalesForce)

  • Responsible for correct and timely donor data entry, gift processing, and donor acknowledgements.

  • Responsible for ensuring the accuracy and integrity of data input and output

  • Develops, updates and maintains effective systems for data entry, gift processing, prospect research and relationship management

  • Create reports, queries, mailing lists and other database outputs in support of Donor Relations activities.

  • Reconciles monthly Donor Relations records with finance department, and supports annual audit.

 Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s degree

  • Excellent oral, written and listening communication skills, organization skills and ability to prioritize and meet competing deadlines

  • Strong computer skills including proficiency in MS Office products

  • Excellent customer service skills. Able to work cooperatively and establish effective relationships with fellow Jubilee REACH employees.

  • Strong attention to detail and timely follow through

  • Knowledge of basic fundraising techniques including grant proposal writing, special events, prospect research and reporting

  • Proven ability to support staff and participate in department activities while executing daily assigned tasks. Ability to work independently and as part of a team.

  • Ability to use data driven platforms to manage information or experience using SalesForce or other prospect/donor management software

  • Preferred knowledge of Greater Giving or other auction software

  • Experience with reconciling donor and financial system data, and basic accounting principles, a plus.

  • High ethical standards and ability to handle confidential information

 

At Jubilee REACH we are committed to sustaining an organization in which individuals representing diverse cultures and experiences instruct one another in the meaning and value of community.  This is an outstanding opportunity for an ambitious individual to grow in fundraising skills and to do meaningful, personally rewarding work.

Please submit cover letter to Theresa Larsen, Investor Relations Officer at theresal@jubileereach.org with employment application.

 


Jubilee REACH After School Assistant

Role and Responsibilities

The After School Assistant partners with the Before and After School Coordinator to oversee the after-school program for students who attend Lake Hills Elementary.

The responsibility of the assistant is to build healthy relationships with students, parents, volunteers, and co-workers. Alongside with the lead coordinator, the person in this position ensures every child is known, loved, affirmed, and feels they belong. Some of the basic functions in this role require assistance in planning, organizing, facilitating, teaching, and/or monitoring the activities students participate in. Activities planned for students are to allow spaces for them to build relationships with each other and others as they engage in intellectual, creative, artistic, and physical ways.

Qualifications

  • Must be 18 years or older

  • Pass Federal fingerprint and State (WSP) background check and reference check

  • Minimum HS diploma or GED equivalent

  • Posses a heart to serve and to love all, especially the ones who can be most difficult to love

  • Minimum of 6 months of experience working with youth

    Skills Required

  • Strength of presence, patience, and perseverance

  • Social/emotional intelligence and the desire to serve humbly and compassionately

  • Ability to build relationships with students, parents, volunteers, and staff

  • Core values of trustworthiness and integrity of character

  • Excellence in follow-through and follow-up on details

  • Ability to “go to” and manage conflict well

III. Areas of Responsibility and Quality Execution

  • After School Program operates from 2:30 pm to 5:00 pm on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays. The program operates from 12:30 to 5:00 pm on Wednesdays

  • Works primarily with the Before and After School Lead Coordinator and under the direction of the Lake Hills Elementary Site Coach

  • Support and serve all onsite JR staff and volunteers

  • Account for every student on a daily basis, including one-on-one “check and connects”

  • Assistant in the planning and implementation of daily programs to meet the needs of the children in attendance; setup program, project, and activity areas as needed

  • Interact with children in an effort to build self-esteem and form a comfort level with their peers; answer student questions, provide proper examples, emotional support, a friendly attitude, and general guidance

  • Assist in maintaining a clean and organized environment for students; demonstrate and involve students in cleaning and organizing program activity areas before, during, and after use.