As a member of the Fund Development team, the Development Coordinator will support the fundraising goals of the National Service Office for Nurse-Family Partnership and contribute to the success of the organization’s multi-year Vision to Scale Plan. More specifically, the position will oversee the use and operations of the fundraising database, manage the department’s revenue and expense budget and all associated reporting, serve as the liaison to the Finance Department, and support Board relations. In addition, the position provides administrative support to the Chief Development Officer and provides general support and coordination for the overall team.
Success will require an individual who performs well under pressure, in a dynamic environment, and as part of a maturing fundraising program and growing team.
This position reports to the Chief Development Officer and is located in Denver, CO.
Areas of Responsibility
Database Management – Oversee all aspects for use of Salesforce database fundraising purposes, including, but not limited to, donor record creation and management, activity tracking, data integrity, report creation and extraction, gift entry, and weekly gift log creation and distribution. Develop, implement and enforce best practices and standard operating procedures. Serve as Salesforce Administrator and liaison to Information Services for Salesforce database.
30% Budget Management and Finance Liaison – Manage expense and revenue budgets for Fund Development, including working with Chief Development Officer to build annual expense and revenue budgets and monthly allocations for fiscal year, tracking and reporting on expenses relative to budget and by project, and calculating costs to raise a dollar. Accomplish monthly reconciliation and generate monthly Fundraising Report working with Finance Department. Serve as liaison to Finance Department.
13% Administrative Support – Provide administrative support to the Chief Development Officer, including travel and schedule coordination, management of meetings and calendar, processing of expense reports, and handling correspondence. Support Board Committees staffed by Fund Development, including scheduling meetings, distributing meeting agendas, recording and distributing meeting minutes, and providing other support for committee work as assigned. Provide support for Fund Development team by scheduling and coordinating team meetings, trainings, and retreats; ordering supplies; and organizing and managing departmental soft and hard files, including donor hard files.
10% Other duties as assigned including providing event support as needed.
- 3-5 years of experience in an office environment, preferably within a philanthropically dependent, mission-driven non-profit.
- Bachelor’s degree or equivalent.
- Excellent organizational and analytical skills and attention to detail.
- Budget management and reporting skills desired.
How To Apply
Interested applicants should submit a cover letter and resume on the Nurse-Family Partnership Careers Page: