DreamSpring is a premier place to build on a fundraising career. An award-winning nonprofit leader in the globally-recognized, high-impact fields of community development and microfinance, DreamSpring’s mission of equipping entrepreneurs for success propels increased economic opportunity across in the communities we serve.  We are looking for a Philanthropy Coordinator who understand fundraising and database functionality and is a passionate champion of our mission to join our Philanthropy Team. The position will be based at our regional headquarters in Albuquerque, NM.

Our team members serve as stewards of DreamSpring’s values-driven, high-performance culture. They embody DreamSpring’s brand of warm and exceptional customer service, seek excellence in all they do and demonstrate the highest degree of integrity and professionalism. The Philanthropy Coordinator will maintains the accuracy and operations of DreamSpring’s Salesforce fundraising database to support the Philanthropy team in meeting its annual goals.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Manage and maintain a comprehensive, accurate fundraising database, and all database related deliverables to ensure accuracy and integrity of all data and accounts. Ensure and prepare accurate mailing lists.
  • Generate reports and exports, and perform donor/giving analysis for the Philanthropy Team.
  • Prepare, mail and record acknowledgments to donors.
  • Develop efficient systems for database cleanup and maintenance, including standardization of data and coding; establish database user manual.
  • Produces mailing lists for, and assist in, the production of bulk mailings, invitations, appeals, and donor outreach campaigns.
  • Assists the Finance and Accounting team with monthly gift reconciliation and sending quarterly pledge reminders.
  • Assist with special events including defining roles and goals for the working team, day of event logistics, and event follow up.

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree and two years of experience working on a fundraising team preferred.
  • Database experience required; experience with managing a donor database preferred. Specific experience with Salesforce is a plus.
  • Experience coordinating events a plus.
  • Must have a passion for increasing economic opportunity and access to capital.
  • Bilingual ability in English and Spanish preferred.

DreamSpring offers an excellent total compensation package, including competitive salary and an attractive benefits package. We are an equal opportunity employer. Candidates of all backgrounds are encouraged to apply.

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