FRANCISCAN FRIARS OF THE ATONEMENT1350 ROUTE 9GARRISON, NY 10524JOB OPENING -- Donor Database AdministratorJOB DESCRIPTION:Work as key member of busy fundraising team. Responsible for selectingdata queries for 300+ direct mail solicitations, e-mail campaigns,acknowledgments, invites and reports using SQL-based database of over1,000,000 records.Select and export data files to vendor partners, develop source coding andtrack data to monitor fundraising campaigns to ensure accurate processingof donations and donor information.Responsible for monitoring the integrity of data, data hygiene and workingwith vendor partners regarding file formats, transfer of data, etc.QUALIFICATIONS:Proficient in database administration; must be able to function well underpressure and have good problem solving skills. Must manage time wisely,able to manage several projects at one time and meet deadlines; must bevery detail oriented. Must be a self-starter, have ability to work in-dependently and be able to complete projects with minimal supervision.Excellent communication, writing, and decision-making skills.EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE:Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent combination of education and experience.Preferably 3 or more years experience with company or organization withlarge direct mail program or large for-profit direct mailer. Familiar withPortfolio, Prosper, Raiser Edge or other fundraising software; preferablyweb-based. Proficient in Microsoft Word, Access, Excel andWordPerfect.
Email resumes to: Kwillis@AtonementFriars.org Kari Miller Willis, Executive DirectorABOUT THE FRANCISCAN FRIARS OF THE ATONEMENTFounded at Graymoor, Garrison, NY in 1898 by Fr. Paul Wattson, the Franciscan Friarsof the Atonement is as a distinct religious community within the Franciscan family,following a founding charism of unity and “at-one-ment” — the unity of men and womenwith God and with one another — in simplicity, poverty and peacemaking to minister topeople of every race, religion, and walk of life.They bring witness to Gospel values by living and working with the poor andmarginalized throughout the world. Social and pastoral ministries serve the needy; thehomeless; people living with HIV; those in hospitals, nursing homes and hospice; andpeople seeking recovery from alcoholism and chemical dependency. All Friar ministriesare known for a spirit of welcome for all who seek help, whether through an elementaryeducation, campus ministry or prison chaplaincies. Annually, the Friars work to servemore than 35,000 people.Through their inter-faith and ecumenical work, they have been recognized by PopeBenedict XVI as leaders in the international movement to heal the divisions withinChristianity and among all faiths.WWW.ATONEMENTFRIARS.ORG