Job Summary: *Please read carefully. Applicants who do not submit all the required documents will not be considered further for this position.
The Coordinator for Strategic Research and Analysis manages a high volume of Griffin updates to biographical and donor data. S/he supports the timely, accurate, and consistent maintenance of Griffin and MODUS data and regularly audits data to ensure data integrity. S/he conducts regular and ad-hoc donor screenings, managing the data storage and working with the associate director to determine assignments. S/he manages the news alerts program, including maintaining the data for the automated news alert systems and alerting the appropriate colleagues of strategic, informative updates. S/he supports the Strategic Research & Analysis teamâ™s management of the team budget, subscriptions to tools and newspapers, and manages ticketing of requested projects. S/he supports data maintenance and fields requests related to managing MODUS. S/he conducts basic prospect research and proactive research to complete database records. S/he will maintain prospect data in the Universityâ™s database of record (âœGriffinâ) as well as in shared digital folders. S/he will participate in internal/external trainings, research webinars, and local and regional conferences and workshops. S/he reports to the Associate Director, Strategic Research and Analysis. In collaboration with a research team, the Assistant Director supports the fund-raising efforts of a team of 18+ Fundraisers and MBSD staff.
MBSD is a highly-productive, fast-paced and growing department. As such, this position requires an individual who is capable of keeping on top of routine day-to-day office operations as well as remaining flexible and able to handle new assignments as priorities shift.
Manages data input, updates, and integrity for two databases â“ a donor database (Griffin) and a HIPAA compliant database (MODUS)
Maintains entity data and prospect data, makes prospect assignment updates, updates account data for gift accounts
Conducts data integrity audits regularly to ensure data accuracy and completeness
Works collaboratively with colleagues at ARD to ensure consistent data integrity and practices
Manage the ticketing system and liaison communication with MODUS vendor
Maintain MODUS data including segmentation tagging, faculty staffing, and exclusions lists
Conducts weekly screenings of donors and other constituents
Conducts biographical and financial research on major donor prospects (individuals, corporations, and foundations) using online resources and reference materials
Maintains the SRA teamâ™s budget to monitory spending and reporting accuracy
Proficiency with databases, Windows, network based electronic environments, and the Internet required
Excellent analytical and communication skills required
Ability to express information clearly and concisely, whether orally or in writing required
Exceptional organizational skills required
Discretion and confidentiality required
Experience with Griffin (or an Advance CRM) strongly preferred
Education, Experience or Certifications:
A Bachelorâ™s degree is required
A minimum of one year of data entry, administrative support, project management in an academic or corporate setting or equivalent experience is required
Resume and Cover Letter
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