The Coordinator will support the daily operation of the Office of Prospect Research and perform a vital role in maintaining the integrity of prospect management data. The incumbent will provide support to fundraisers to ensure that prospect management updates are accomplished in a timely and accurate fashion, leading to more efficient fundraising and correct reporting.
- Maintains the quality and integrity of prospect management data by performing regular data audits, validations, and corrections.
- Assists in the creation and implementation of policies and procedures for prospect assignment, management, and tracking.
- Develops strong, trusting relationships with advancement staff to ensure collaboration and to foster an understanding of the importance of prospect management.
- Assists in providing ad-hoc and formal prospect management training for advancement staff.
Outstanding Benefits Package
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