Fund Raiser Ii Job Description Sample
Development Officer II (Annual Fund Coordinator)
Development Officer II (Annual Fund Coordinator)
Prairie View A&M University
Proposed Minimum Salary
Prairie View, Texas
The Development Officer II, as the Annual Fund Coordinator, is responsible for identification and personal solicitation of prospective donors for annual fund support. Develops and maintains an online giving program, social network. Works closely with the Annual Fund Director and other staff to prepare and coordinate the annual development program to meet the financial goals of the organization.
Solicits prospects for annual fund gifts and promotes giving societies. Assists in establishing goals and objects. Assists in developing guidelines, procedures, and rules.
Coordinates and manages all aspects of the parent program.
Recruits, trains, and oversees class and Annual Fund volunteers.
Develops and implements a comprehensive annual appeals program.
Works with Director and various campus constituencies to assist with campus Annual Fund fundraising.
Assists with alumni engagement process to include attending events on and off campus.
Develops and maintains an online giving program and social network initiative.
Works directly with the web staff and Marketing & Communications staff to develop content, design, and accessibility.
Required Education and Experience:
Bachelor's degree in applicable field.
Two years of related experience in fundraising, marketing, development, communication or public relations.
Required Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
Knowledge of database and spreadsheet applications and basic web design. Strong written and communication skills along with having strong organizational, analytical and planning skills.
Ability to multitask and work cooperatively with others. Ability to maintain confidentiality at all times.
Registrations, Certifications, and Licenses:
- May require a valid driver's license and good driving record.
- Work beyond normal office hours and/or work on weekends. Travel required.
Job Posting Close Date:
Please attach all required documents listed below in the attachment box labeled as either "Resume/CV or Resume/Cover Letter" on the application. Multiple attachments may be included in the "Resume/CV" or Resume/Cover Letter" attachment box. Any additional attachments provided outside of the required documents listed below are considered optional.
Resume or Curriculum Vitae
Application Submission Guidelines:
All applicants are required to apply via our Career Site on or before the closing date indicated on the job posting. Applicant inquiries received via email and websites such as Indeed, HigherEdJobs, etc. will not be considered unless the individual has applied to the available position via the PVAMU Career site.
The required documents listed in the above Required Attachments section must be attached to the application prior to the job closing date indicated to ensure full consideration for the application submitted. No further applicant documents will be accepted once the job posting has closed. Please contact the Office of Human Resource on or before the closing date indicated above at 936-261-1730 or email@example.com should you need assistance with the online application process.
Background Check Requirements:
All positions are security-sensitive. Applicants are subject to a criminal history investigation, and employment is contingent upon the institution's verification of credentials and/or other information required by the institution's procedures, including the completion of the criminal history check.
Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action/Veterans/Disability Employer committed to diversity.
Senior Fund Administrator, Pere Associate II
This position is within the Private Equity Fund Administration Business Unit of the State Street Alternative Investment Services Group, working specifically with Real Estate and Direct Funds.
Under direct supervision, the Fund Administrator, Assc 2 provides assistance with the daily cash management, custody and accounting, and reporting functions to support the fund administration role. Fund Administrators at State Street interact with all levels of personnel but will have no contact with clients or client contacts. Fund Administrators handle the day-to-day accounting and accounting related administration for one or more client sponsored investment funds.
Preparation and/or review of periodic cash or other bank reconciliations for all fund entities. Accounts payable, distribution and investment funding accounting processing and/or review Reconciliation, preparation and/or review of capital call and management fee calculations Preparation and/or review and of general journal entries Preparation of quarterly and annual financial work papers including portfolio investment schedules, accrual work papers and partners' capital allocations and capital statements Maintaining electronic and hard copy client files on a daily basis and archiving as necessary Interacting with internal auditors providing requested information as needed Preparation and/or review of various client related correspondence including audit confirmations and investor requests Participation in special client or internal projects as required Assist in training Fund Administrator, Assc 1
Candidates must have a college degree (accounting degree strongly preferred; business, mathematics, finance or economics degree required) and 2 or more years of previous accounting experience. Candidates should have strong computer skills, particularly MS Office products, especially MS Excel
Hedge Fund Analyst II (666-171)
The Hedge Fund Analyst will be responsible for a variety of daily and monthly tasks to service our clients.
Process shareholder activity within allocation tables and reconcile to the TA platform
Prepare and reconcile cash and positions on a daily basis back to custodian, prime broker or third party.
Prepare monthly GAV work paper package. Perform all month end reconciliations including cash, positions, market price, market value, and accrued interest/dividends to supporting schedules and Trial Balance
Assist with client onboarding which includes, but not limited to, loading of client's tax lots, cash balance and trial balance onto the accounting platform
Assist in year-end audit by providing backup documentation for sampling selected by client's auditors.
Prepare expense budget analysis and perform expense calculations
Calculate net assets for partnerships and unitized funds, allocate profit and loss to each investor including.
New issue income
Incentive fee calculations
Calculate and review fund returns
Coordinate the preparation and distribution of the investor capital statement
Perform ad-hoc functions related to fund requirements
Ensure client month-end and reporting deliverables are satisfied
Work closely with clients to resolve inquiries and ensure client satisfaction.
Work well in a team environment to achieve common goals
Cross-train on other daily functions
Technical or Administrative
Highly proficient with Microsoft software
Advanced Excel skills required
Knowledge of securities and fixed income assets
Working knowledge of accounting systems (Geneva, VPM) and partnership allocations
Special Skills and/or Abilities:
Excellent analytical and problem-solving skills
Strong verbal and written communication skills
Excellent attention to detail
Ability to work independently and meet deadlines without constant supervision
Exercises independent judgment and multi-task oriented
Takes initiative and ownership of job responsibilities
Must be able to perform essential job duties accurately and timely
Must adhere to deadlines and targets given
Knowledge of securities and fixed income assets beneficial
Education/Training (or equivalent):
- Bachelor's Degree required in Accounting, Finance or Economics Degree
Experience (Type of work experience, minimum number of years):
- Minimum 3 years of previous middle office or fund accounting experience with hedge fund or hedge fund administrator
Fund Development Database Administrator
Are you looking to be part of a great organization that makes a difference in people's lives? Are you skilled in Fund Development Databases? If so, Abilities United has a great opportunity for a Database Administrator.
In this role you will serve as a key member of the Fund Development Team responsible for the Raiser's Edge database. You will oversee the setup, maintenance, proper use of the database, including, but not limited to, correct handling of data, generation of mailings, reports, lists, exports, accurate gift processing, data entry, timely gift acknowledgments and online gift processing. You will also assist with Annual Fund Campaign and other campaigns, assist with grants processing and donor stewardship, and provide support including the production of all Raiser's Edge data requests, campaign reports, preparation of and follow up for meetings, donor, funder, and corporate partner relations.
Specific responsibilities include:
Ensure continuous data integrity, proper data integration, and coding structures of The Raiser's Edge database, recording keeping and donor files
Enter data, process all donations, and produce timely donation acknowledgments
Produce accurate fund development reports, queries, and exports
Provide timely and accurate documentation to the accounting department
Assist with monthly reconciliation of all donations
Produce and streamline all mailings and mail mergers, including data exports needed for Annual Fund and other campaigns
Generate letters and handle routine correspondence
Assist with fundraising activities, related projects, and special events
Prepare Board and Fund Development committee material
Provide administrative support to the Vice President of Fund Development
BA/BS degree preferred; minimum of 3-5+ years with Raiser's Edge; Raiser's Edge NXT experience preferred. Must have excellent verbal and written communication skills; strong computer skills and proficient in Microsoft Office (Outlook, Word, PowerPoint, Excel); professional and patient telephone manner; handle confidential data in a professional manner; detailed oriented, with strong organizational skills; project a professional and positive image at all times; able to handle many projects simultaneously and meet deadlines.
Fund Development Coordinator
Be part of the Saint Therese difference! We currently have a career opportunity for an experienced Donor Relations Coordinator.
We offer an excellent salary, a dynamic work environment and a comprehensive benefits package. For immediate consideration complete the online application.
The Saint Therese Difference
Saint Therese is a nonprofit, Catholic senior living and care organization born out of a simple mission: do ordinary things with extraordinary love. For nearly 50 years, we have supported Twin Cities' seniors and their families with innovative programs designed to make life better and more fulfilling. As individual needs change so do our care offerings 'all while creating countless opportunities for physical wellness, spiritual connection and social activities.
Equal Opportunity Employer: Minorities, Women, Protected Veterans, Disabled.
We have five senior communities in New Hope, Brooklyn Park, Shoreview, Robbinsdale and Woodbury that are rich with thoughtful amenities and support. Our compassionate services also reach seniors living in the broader Twin Cities area through home care, outpatient therapies and wellness programs.
Saint Therese. Making every day extraordinary.
The Fund Development Coordinator is responsible for donor database management, corporate engagement and fundraising event management. The position will accurately maintain all database information and files, process all donations, generate all donor acknowledgement letters, provide reports and mailing lists. In addition, this position will collaborate with the VP of Fund Development on donor acquisition and retention and help facilitate other annual giving programs.
Education: High School diploma or equivalent: prefer college degree.
Experience: Raiser's Edge database, appeal writing and donor relations experience required.
Special knowledge, skills and abilities:
Strong computer skills including Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook, Internet, database management and research required.
Above average data entry skills and demonstrated ability to work with a high level of accuracy required.
Raiser's Edge experience required
Ability to work independently, prioritize, think critically, and problem solve.
Ability to share workload and creative ideas, and actively participate in a team environment
Strong organizational skills and attention to detail and consistency.
Ability to learn and comprehend a complex database with highly detailed policies and procedures.
Strong understanding of all basic principles and techniques of fundraising
Ability to effectively cultivate, solicit and steward donors
Must be able to complete work that is thorough, proofread, and neat.
Ability to communicate effectively and pleasantly, in person or on the phone or in writing, with donors, staff and volunteers.
Able to display tact and good judgment in dealing with varying situations
Experience in non-profit environment preferred.
Administrative Associate - Fund Development
Excellence, Safety, Caring, Integrity….What do you value?
Join us at Windham Hospital as we live our values every day. As part of Hartford HealthCare we create a better future for healthcare in Connecticut and beyond.
By embodying these values we have become nationally respected for patient care and most trusted for personalized coordinated care. Come be part of something special!
For more than 75 years, Windham Hospital has treated patients with the latest high-tech equipment, operated by some of the most skilled and compassionate medical professionals available. We seek to meet the total healthcare needs of people from throughout Northeastern Connecticut. Our staff members are proud to live and work in this area, and are committed to providing quality healthcare to our community.
The Administrative Associate assists with all aspects of development activities for the Foundation; serves as a staff member to the Windham Hospital Foundation board and its committees; assists with the fundraising component for the annual Golf Classic, and other fund raising activities, including those of the Auxiliary to Windham Hospital. The person must demonstrate effectiveness in interactions with Trustees, Board Members, Corporations, Administration, medical staff, staff, volunteers, and the Auxiliary.
Possesses excellent written and interpersonal skills. Must be able to develop relationships with potential donors, corporations, foundations, and public agencies.
High School diploma required. Additional education preferred.
Three years previous secretarial experience with an additional two years of education beyond High School or two years of high level secretarial experience.
Experience: Proficient with basic computer programs, i.e. Excel, Microsoft Word.
Knowledge of data base management; Raiser's Edge preferred.
Experience in coordinating fund raising events.
Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal.
High degree of confidentiality.
Fund Development Officer
Excellence, Safety, Caring, Integrity….What do you value?
Join us at Hartford Hospital as we live our values every day. As part of Hartford HealthCare we create a better future for healthcare in Connecticut and beyond. By embodying these values we have become nationally respected for patient care and most trusted for personalized coordinated care. Come be part of something special!
Hartford Hospital is one of the largest and most respected teaching hospitals New England. We are a Level 1 Trauma Center that provides cutting edge treatment to its patients. This is made possible by being home to the largest robotic surgery center in the Northeast and the Center for Education, Simulation and Innovation (CESI), one of the most-advanced medical simulation training centers in the world. When hospitals cannot provide the advanced care, expertise and new treatment options their patients require, they turn to us.
Ensure the successful implementation of Fund Development's mission and goals through the active management of a prospect portfolio of current and prospective mid-level donors. Reports to Associate Director of Development
Prospect Portfolio – Strengthen the Annual Campaign as a source to develop prospective major and planned gift donors. Manage a portfolio of approximately 150 mid-level donors and demonstrate effectiveness in soliciting prospects in order to garner increased support and advancement to a higher level. Solicit, cultivate and steward prospects in portfolio and effectively manage relationships.
Grateful Patient Program – Partner with Fund Development staff members to enhance the Grateful Patient Program. Contact, solicit, cultivate, visit and steward grateful patient donors. Act as a liaison to key hospital staff to promote the Program which many include suggesting materials to assist in promotion, attending staff meetings, and making visits to patients and/or family members.
Minimum of three years professional development or related experience is preferred.
Mission driven, results-oriented and creative.
Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
Demonstrated success in soliciting gifts from individuals.
Unwavering commitment to ensuring the highest standards of donor stewardship.
Ability to analyze obstacles and create new strategies.
Ability to work collaboratively on a team.
Ability to build lasting relationships.
Information tracking and management skills.
Demonstrated experience in prospect research preferred.
Proficiency with Raiser's Edge preferred.
Exec DIR Development - Fund Development (Newport Beach, CA, US)
Reporting to the Assistant Vice President, Development, the Executive Director will be responsible for setting the overall strategic direction of fundraising for Hoag Family Cancer Institute. This experienced fundraising leader will play a central role in developing the fundraising architecture around projects and priorities related to Hoag Family Cancer Institute.
Working within a metrics-driven, research-based program the Executive Director will build and lead a team of development professionals. They will engage, qualify, cultivate, solicit and steward prospects through major ($100K+), principal ($5M+) and planned gifts that align donor interests with institutional priorities.
As a collaborative and motivational leader the Executive Director will provide strategic guidance to staff and represent the Foundation to internal and external constituents such as board members, volunteer committee members, senior hospital staff, physicians and community leaders. They will use exceptional written and oral communication skills and knowledge of development to build upon the considerable groundwork laid thus far to increase prospect engagement and funds raised for Hoag Family Cancer Institute.
Job Specific Essential Functions:
Strategic Staffing and Oversight for Fundraising Initiatives
Supervise Director(s) of Development, Manager(s) of Development and an Administrative Professional
Oversee fundraising priority setting as well as planning and execution of fundraising plans for Hoag Family Cancer Institute, other facilities and/or programs as assigned
Ensure the collaborative fundraising priority setting and stewardship of donor funds related to Hoag Family Cancer Institute programs and other assigned areas
Work alongside the Executive Medical Director for the Hoag Family Cancer Institute as a strategic partner with regards to fundraising priorities.
Major and Principal Gift Fundraising
Develop and actively manage a portfolio of 75-100 major and principal gift prospects
Supervise the development of staff portfolios of approximately 100 - 150 major and principal gift prospects for each gift officer
Facilitate list reviews and physician referrals of Hoag Family Cancer Institute prospects; work closely with team to ensure referrals are managed with donor database, Raiser's Edge, and that appropriate follow up on referrals happens in a timely manner
Prioritize the qualification of additional Hoag Family Cancer Institute prospects
Work with Foundation planned giving staff to develop and execute strategies for Hoag Family Cancer Institute prospects
Develop strategic donor engagement and cultivation events in collaboration with Foundation events staff to further the fundraising initiatives for Hoag Family Cancer Institute
Represent the Foundation at community functions to establish relationships with Hoag Family Cancer Institute prospects
Supervise management of volunteers connected to Hoag Family Cancer Institute fundraising initiatives; ensure that volunteer activities are focused and strategically aligned with the goals of Development
Primarily supervise and manage volunteer advisory committee(s) to currently include the Hoag Family Cancer Institute Campaign Advisory Committee
Ensure strategic volunteer interaction with hospital partners and Foundation leadership
With the Assistant Vice President, Development, develop and follow budgets for activities within the areas of responsibility
With the Assistant Vice President, Development, set annual goals for areas of responsibility, regularly track progress towards those goals and make recommendations related to staff resources
Hire, supervise and provide annual reviews and mentoring to professionals within area of responsibility
Perform other duties as assigned
Bachelor's degree required. Master's degree strongly preferred.
Ten (10) or more years of progressively responsible professional fundraising experience in public health, health systems, higher education, or an equivalent combination of relevant education and experience.
Management of professional fundraising staff with a track record of supporting career development in staff
Exceptional written and verbal communication skills, technical computer competence, and proficiencies in Raisers Edge
A clear understanding of philanthropy and philanthropic practice, in particular the unique individual relationships required to secure major/principal gifts
The ability to move donor/prospects through the philanthropic continuum
A proven track record of developing major and principal gift strategies
A proven track record of securing gifts at the major and principal gift level
A proven track record of working with individuals of high net worth and visibility
Strong interpersonal skills, especially in working with multiple constituencies to build/execute a shared vision
Demonstrated experience in fiscal management and budget preparation
Self-directed, grounded and collaborative leader who can facilitate change
A creative problem solver, flexible and capable of adapting to changing priorities
Strategic thinker, capable of moving an organization to new levels
Proven experience building the culture of philanthropy
Experience developing a fundraising program from the ground up
Experience working with fundraising committees and Boards of Directors.
Leadership strengths in the areas of initiative, communication, planning and collaboration.
Willingness to explore new partnerships and ways to collaborate with others
Proven track record of managing multiple staff and volunteers in a culture of performance
Ability to assimilate information and communicate it on many levels
Strong commitment to the mission, vision and values of Hoag
Willingness to travel throughout California and to out-of-state meetings if necessary
Direct experience in the management of major gifts in a campaign setting along with the use of prospect research, data organization and case statement development
Experience in analysis and interpretative skills for major gift fundraising purposes
Education, Training and Experience
Required: The successful candidate will possess 10 years of progressively more responsible fundraising experience in higher education and/or healthcare, ideally with campaign experience, as well as managerial, strategic planning and motivational skills; experience building new teams and successfully establishing new departments and/or fundraising initiatives; ability to work in a very collaborative way to achieve targeted results; the Executive Director of Development will be comfortable working in a complex organization such as a university/college, research-driven or medical environment and have a track record of designing and executing comprehensive fundraising efforts.
Preferred: Master's degree or equivalent preferred; familiarity with fundraising database software and systems; proven record of successful major and principal gift cultivation and solicitation ($100K+); experience hiring and managing professional and administrative staff
Skills or Other Qualifications
Required: The Executive Director must be able to both move projects forward independently while also working collaboratively with colleagues within and outside of the Foundation. With exceptional integrity and commitment to excellence, this position will positively represent Hoag and its constituents within the community. Strong organizational and writing skills are important.
License and Certifications
Fund Development Assistant - Part Time
Fund Development Assistant - Part Time
Provides administrative support, utilizes fund-raising software programs and co-leads event planning under the direction of the Foundation Executive Director.
Associates Degree and minimum 12 months office/clerical experience
Knowledge of standard office practices
Basic computer skills using Word, Excel and email
Good written and verbal communication skills
Experience with Raisers Edge a plus
Event planning experience a plus
Experience with fundraising a plus
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the *essential functions.
Job Responsibilities and Duties:
Provide Executive Director with administrative support including meeting coordination, phone and email communication, preparation and distribution of board meeting minutes.
Implement and track approved mass mailings.
Ensure accuracy and confidentiality of donor, prospect and volunteer records.
Manage and update information in Foundation database using Raisers Edge software.
Process gifts including opening and sorting mail, entering gift records in Raisers Edge, preparing and proofing thank you letters and balancing entries with gifts received.
Process requests for funding, prepare check requests and maintain an accurate record of Foundation funding approved and disbursed
Generate accurate reports and donor recognition lists using Raisers Edge and/or Excel.
Maintain necessary filing systems.
Ability to assist Executive Director in gathering donations and services for Foundation related activities.
Assist in the planning and execution of Foundation events which may require evening or weekend hours.
Perform a variety of other clerical-level duties as requested.
Know and uphold LindenGrove objectives, philosophies and procedures.
Fund Accountant Or Senior Fund Accountant, Emerging Markets Equities
Oaktree is a leader among global investment managers specializing in alternative investments, with $100 billion in assets under management as of December 31, 2017. The firm emphasizes an opportunistic, value-oriented and risk-controlled approach to investments in distressed debt, corporate debt (including high yield debt and senior loans), control investing, convertible securities, real estate and listed equities. Headquartered in Los Angeles, the firm has over 900 employees and offices in 18 cities worldwide.
The Accountant will be responsible for providing assistance in maintaining the books and records for various accounts within the emerging markets equities strategy, as well as reporting to clients and the portfolio group.
Reconciling cash, assets, and booking monthly closing accruals;
Processing invoices and dividends;
Reconciling the books and records maintained internally for the Oaktree commingled Funds and those maintained at the fund administrator, Morgan Stanley Fund Services or at a Custodian for separately managed accounts
Assisting in the preparation of all quarterly and yearly financial statements and review of monthly investor valuation statements for the commingled accounts prepared by the fund administrator;
Calculating performance metrics and assisting in preparation of marketing materials;
Aiding in the preparation of ad-hoc requests by clients as well as the portfolio management group; and
Interacting with prime brokers, fund administrator, custodians, assisting in the valuation of the Fund, partner allocations, the month end closing process, investor relations and the year-end audit.
1-2 year of experience in a big four public accounting firm or within the financial services industry is required.
Knowledge of basic accounting principles including use of a general ledger.
Proficiency in Microsoft Excel and Word.
The successful candidate must be detail-oriented, have outstanding initiative and a strong work ethic.
The candidate must have excellent written and verbal communication skills.
He/She will be team-oriented and must possess strong integrity and professionalism.
The candidate must have previous exposure to financial instruments, the ability to multi task and to meet monthly reporting deadlines.
A Bachelor's degree in Accounting required.
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