The Philanthropy Database Administrator is primarily responsible for supporting the various tasks of the Philanthropy Director and the Philanthropy Team. The Administrator will be aware of and involved in all aspects of philanthropy work and will work closely with the staff and volunteers to execute successful campaign efforts. The work will include data entry and reporting; research and tracking activities for prospects and donors; organization, production and maintenance of materials and data; and other duties as assigned.
The Administrator often operates independent of direct supervision with situations that are both routine and non-routine and that require organization, prioritization, creative and independent thinking, initiative and excellent customer relations skills.
Serves as the data manager, maintaining the integrity of all Raiser’s Edge & Philanthropy data & reporting, gift batching and thank you letters
Enters data into Raiser’s Edge and creates and runs RE reports as needed
Maintains confidentiality of constituent information, records and files
Lead responsibility for auction software and auction administrative requirements
Maintains successful interpersonal relationships with prospects, donors, volunteers and staff
Performs miscellaneous administrative duties for the philanthropy team
Occasionally may be required to work evenings and/or weekends
The Philanthropy Database Administrator ideally has the following:
Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited institution preferred; Two years of college coursework or AA degree required
Two years’ experience in non-profit fund development preferred
Experience with Raiser’s Edge or equivalent fundraising software program
Experience with Greater Giving auction software
Demonstrated computer expertise for word processing, spreadsheets, printed materials, and database management systems
Excellent organizational skills, detail-oriented and able to balance priorities
Excellent communication and interpersonal skills, together with the ability to work collaboratively and courteously with colleagues throughout the School, alumni, volunteers, other constituents and the public
Ability to develop and coordinate numerous tasks simultaneously
Ability to work efficiently under pressure and meet deadlines
Ability to set priorities and use good judgment
Ability to understand, interpret and follow oral and written instructions
Ability to maintain positive work relationships
Ability to be sensitive and show positive regard for others
High professional and ethical standards for handling confidential information
Flexibility and initiative, as well as the ability to work independently, combined with the skills for thriving in a team environment to achieve institutional goals
Additional Salary Information: This is a part-time, non-exempt position.
About Annie Wright Schools
Tradition meets innovation at Annie Wright Schools, where we honor our rich history and traditions, embrace the present, and continue always to move forward. Founded in 1884, Annie Wright Schools serve students from age three through high school. Annie Wright Lower and Middle Schools offer co-ed programs in Preschool through Grade 8, while separate Upper Schools for boys and girls offer day and boarding options in Grades 9 through 12, welcoming students from around the world. We are proud to be an International Baccalaureate World School, delivering IB programs in every division.
Annie Wright’s strong community cultivates individual learners to become well-educated, creative and responsible citizens for a global society.