Development and Administrative Coordinator (Full-Time)

This position is responsible for managing the donor database, conducting research, and assisting with administrative support.  Essential duties and responsibilities:
 

Administrative Responsibilities include:

  • Perform daily administrative tasks, including preparation of letters, reports, grant applications, and other administrative/coordination responsibilities as assigned.
  • Conduct internet, library, and data searches.
  • Assist with meeting scheduling and preparation, deadline management, correspondence, and filing.
  • Provide data entry, spreadsheet creation, word processing, and other general support.
  • Assist with Board and All-Staff meetings preparations.
  • Process of city disbursement packets
  • Prepare Construction in Progress (CIP) printouts for agency reports.

Finance Responsibilities:

  • Provide budget reports for houses in progress and compare budget to actual utilizing QuickBooks.
  • Prepare and process vendor invoices for payment.
  • Data entry into Quick Books.
  • Organize and file paid invoices.

Development/Marketing Responsibilities:

  • Work with marketing to support traditional advertising promotions.
  • Manage donor database utilizing Raiser’s Edge
  • Process daily gifts and acknowledgments
  • Assist with Faith Build and Walk outreach, organization, planning, and implementation.
  • Assist in managing Constant Contact email list(s), and assist with direct mail campaigns.
  • Manage email marketing contact database.
  • Develop reports and analyses as requested; reconcile donor database with the accounting system
  • Track pending grant requests and reports.
  • Provide general support for all events

Position Requires:

  • Post-secondary degree in a relevant discipline.
  • Minimum of one year experience in an administrative support position or equivalent.
  • Excellent administrative skills.
  • Experience with Raiser’s Edge is required.
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite. Working knowledge of Quick Books a plus.
  • Strong organizational skills.
  • Commitment to Greater Cleveland Habitat for Humanity's mission and values.
  • Full time, hourly position: Monday-Friday.

To Apply:

  • Submit your cover letter, salary requirements, and resume to hrdept@clevelandhabitat.org. This is a non-exempt position and range is between $30,000 to $35,000/year.
    • Greater Cleveland Habitat for Humanity | 2110 W. 110th Street | Cleveland, Ohio 44102

Only candidates selected for an interview will be notified.