The Director, Development Services will employ best practices in the supporting areas of prospect identification/research, donor qualification, wealth screening, gift processing, and database management. The Director, Development Services will be the liaison to the Business Office for accurate gift reporting and reconciliation. The Director, Development Services will also assist with other fundraising and event initiatives as an active member of our ten- person development team.
We want to meet you if you want your day to include:
Prospect research, wealth screening, and prospect qualification
Day to day administration of our Salesforce database
Data entry and processing of all new gift and grants
Development and creation of new systems and process (organization-wide) to integrate development and program operations into the Salesforce database
Oversee database reporting and query design
Work to increase database functionality; revising methodologies and documenting standard operating procedures
We are looking for someone who has the following qualifications:
A bachelors’ degree or higher
A minimum of three (3) years of direct experience working with the Salesforce Non-Profit Success Pack (NPSP), including: data entry, campaign management, opportunity tracking, query, and report design
Ability to train others on the use of Salesforce
Excellent computer skills, specifically Microsoft Excel, Word, and PowerPoint
Detail-oriented, highly organized, self-starter, capable of taking direction but working independently and collaboratively with a team
Excellent written and verbal communication skills
Familiarity with non-profit organizations and fundraising principles and practices
Ability to work occasional nights and weekends based on the competition and development calendars
Additional Salary Information: We are an equal opportunity employer, and offer a generous array of benefits to our employees: 100% employer-paid medical, dental, vision, basic life & long term disability insurance. We also provide paid holidays, paid vacation, paid personal days, paid sick days, health savings accounts, pre-tax reimbursement accounts, and business casual attire.
About Special Olympics Northern California & Nevada
Special Olympics Northern California provides athletic opportunities to children and adults with intellectual disabilities, instilling the confidence they need to succeed in life.
The concept for Special Olympics was born in the early 1960s, when Eunice Kennedy Shriver started a day camp for people with intellectual disabilities at her home in Rockville, Maryland. Her vision quickly gained reco...gnition and momentum, and in 1968 the first International Special Olympics Games were held at Soldier Field, Chicago, bringing together over 1,000 athletes with intellectual disabilities from 26 states and Canada.
Since then, Mrs. Shriver's vision has grown into one of the largest and most successful sports and volunteer organizations in the world. There are Special Olympics chapters in every state of America and in more than 150 countries worldwide, serving more than three-million Special Olympics athletes.
Special Olympics Northern California opened its doors in 1995. What started originally as a small grass-roots organization has since become a powerful voice for athletes with intellectual disabilities. Today, we serve 16,676 athletes in Northern California who complete at 162 competitions annually in 12 different sports.