Database Management Associate
Department: Institutional Advancement - Office of Advancement Services
Reports to: Director of Advancement Services
This position requires a qualified candidate who is capable of managing highly detailed processes for data entry and coding while at the same time contributing to strategic planning and annual assessment of projects and programs managed within the Office of Advancement Services. The nature of the role requires a high-level of communication and collaboration with team members of Institutional Advancement and also other offices across campus. The role includes a combination of both daily, routine work in combination with larger scale special projects.
The statements below are intended to describe the principal duties of the person or persons assigned to this job. They are not intended to be an exhaustive list of all job duties and responsibilities.
- Assist the Director of Advancement Services in developing the annual strategic plan for database management and launching data integrity initiatives. This position meets regularly with the Director of Advancement Services to assess progress on current data projects and also establish specific goals and tactics for future projects regarding data integrity for the Raiser's Edge software.
- Assist in establishing, implementing, and maintaining written policies and procedures regarding data entry and data management. Additionally, executes an annual review and assessment of the policies and procedures.
- Manage the daily data entry process and batch reporting in the Raiser's Edge Database with a primary focus on charitable gift data entry. A key function of this position is to manage the coordination between appeal, campaign and fund records to ensure proper gift data coding for reporting purposes.
- Manage data entry process for pledge commitments and planned gifts to ensure that all comprehensive information is accounted for in the database record including scanning appropriate documents on the appropriate College network drives.
- Configure and process monthly gift revenue reports for the Institutional Advancement Office and the Business Office to track received gift revenue at the end of each month of the fiscal year. As needed, this position will also manage additional requests from the Business Office with regard to pledge write-off reports and cash-flow pledge reports.
- Configure and produce weekly and/or semi-monthly reports to the staff point person and/or committee leaders for special fundraising initiatives.
- Assist the Director of Advancement Services in working alongside the Business Office to plan, assess, and recap the annual endowment draw.
- Manage the tracking of all donor recognition societies within the Raiser's Edge Database for Westminster College and America's National Churchill Museum. Provides weekly and/or monthly membership reports to the appropriate staff members to assist with stewardship outreach efforts and donor recognition.
- Coordinate all other major data updates within constituent records for Raiser's Edge, including updates to addresses, marital status and children, contact information, and employment details.
- Assist with data preparation for the Phonathon calling program and all other annual fundraising programs, with special regard to the extensive amount of appeal coding that is required to in executing the fundraising efforts.
- Assist in providing basic Raiser's Edge training to all members of the Institutional Advancement department.
*Education: Associate's degree or relevant database experience.
*Experience: A minimum of two years computer operations, data entry experience or general office experience. Excellence working knowledge of Microsoft Word and Excel. Experience with database systems (specifically Raiser's Edge) or Microsoft Access is preferred.
- Attention to detail
- Commitment to accuracy
- Ability to work with confidential information
- Must be able to meet deadlines
- A willingness to work on a team to establish goals, strategies, and implementation of programs
Equipment to be used:
Must be able to operate the computer and all of the associated software used at the college including Microsoft Office 365 and Raiser's Edge and other office machines such as the fax, calculator, telephone, copy machine and printers.
Typical physical demands:
Requires manual dexterity sufficient to operate standard office machines. Requires a normal range of hearing and vision. May require lifting up to 25 lbs.
Private office in climate controlled building.
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Founded in 1851, Westminster College believes that every student has come into this world with a purpose. To not simply be — but to become the embodiment of everything extraordinary that lives inside of us. At Westminster College, we educate and inspire students to find the intensive focus and clarity to unleash the power in their purpose. Westminster is a private, selective, coeducational, residential undergraduate college located in Fulton, Missouri, a community of 13,000 residents (approximately 25 miles from both Columbia and Jefferson City, 100 miles from St. Louis and 150 miles from Kansas City). Inclusive and welcoming, Westminster has a vibrant student life, with an enrollment of approximately 1,000 students. Faculty and staff work together to help students succeed in their education and ultimately within their chosen careers and the diverse, global community we live in.
Honoring Sir Winston Churchill and the famous "Iron Curtain" speech which he delivered on campus in 1946, Westminster is home to the historic Church of St. Mary the Virgin, Aldermanbury and the National Churchill Museum. In recent years, U.S. Senator and 2016 candidate for U.S. President Bernie Sanders, former Presidents George Bush and Ronald Reagan, and world leaders Mikhail Gorbachev, Margaret Thatcher, and Lech Walesa have participated in the College's international lecture series. The monumental sculpture "Breakthrough," created from sections of the Berlin Wall, is also prominent on campus.
Read about Westminster's Mission and Vision: https://www.wcmo.edu/about/mission/index.html
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