Donor Database Technician - Marion/Polk Counties Updated Wages!!
Donor Database Technician - Monmouth, Oregon
Donor Data Technician (member of the Public Relations Fund Development Team - PRFD)
Type of Position:
Regularly Scheduled, Full-time (35+), hourly.
Will include occasional evenings and weekends.
$15.50/hr - $17.25/hr, DOE.
Benefits include Paid Leave, Health, Vision, Dental, Life, Retirement
High school diploma/GED required. Certificate, Associate’s, or Bachelor’s degree in a related field preferred.
Experience with donor development CRM platforms and nonprofit fundraising processes.
** Preference will be given to candidates who have prior experience in the field of developmental/intellectual disabilities or in a related field.
Closes when filled.
(Interviews projected for June 3rd plan for 10am-1pm)
Description & Details: A successful Donor Database Technician is well-versed in PCL’s management of all public relations and donor data tracking systems. They are integral to PRFD, must be extremely detail-oriented, and able to juggle multiple and competing priorities. They have not only a task-oriented focus but, as well, find and take advantage of teaching moments and opportunities to build relationships. Along with the technical aspects of this position, the Donor Database Technician will always keep PCL’s Mission and Values front and center, and will always maintain a deep, compassionate understanding of the people PCL supports.
The work would entail: Updating the donor database with the continual flow of donation information and donor contacts; newsletter development; making sponsor contacts and updating sponsorship development database; updating website with event information; event support.
Duties and Responsibilities:
- Must be at least 18 years old
- Pass a State/Federal Criminal History Check
- Pre-employment drug screening (for the use of illegal drugs in Oregon)
- Background screening including employment and education history
- Valid ODL with an insurable driving record
- Adherence to PCL’s Mission and Values, Ethical Guidelines, Playbook Attributes, and Standards of Conduct
- Consistent, professional dress and manner
- Regular and dependable attendance
- High-level writing skills including composition, usage, grammar, spelling, and punctuation
- Competent in Microsoft and Google applications
- Excellent organizational and planning skills, careful attention to detail and accuracy, and commitment to project timelines
- Communicate graciously, clearly, and responsibly with donors, business leaders, PCL family members, colleagues, and any/all other PCL stakeholders
- Able to contribute positively as part of a team, helping out with various tasks as required
- Maintain a high level of confidentiality and ethical behavior
- Represent PCL professionally, consistently, and with deep brand awareness in all written and spoken communication, both externally and internally
- Devotion to extreme accuracy of all donor data entry and recordkeeping procedures and protocols, as well as to maintaining the absolute privacy and safety of donor records
- Be an active and supportive member of PCL, e.g., follow through on commitments, meet deadlines, communicate in a positive manner, and attend all meetings as scheduled
- Identify where changes are needed, problem-solve and initiate a process to address these issues
- Be fiscally responsible for any assigned budgets
- Database, website, and spreadsheet management for fundraising and events
- Software/Cloud support, donor CRM applications
- Donation engagement and sponsorship procurement - under the direction of the Department Director
- Event support, under the delegated authority of the Department Director
- Assist in developing and editing PR documents
PCL is an Equal Opportunity and Drug Free Employer that greatly values our employees!
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