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Database Administrator

Position Description

The Database Administrator (DBA) is responsible for the performance, accuracy, and efficacy of our Virtuous CRM database. He/She will set and enforce policies for access, data entry, and use of data. He/She will also work with our various leaders, department/program heads to provide them with the data and communication they need to support their ministry and efforts.

Key Qualifications

  • 5 years experience with database administration
  • Proficient with Microsoft Excel (sort/filter data, import/export CSV data, formulas)
  • Understanding of donor giving and tax basics as they relate to non-profit giving
  • Project Management (create tasks, assign tasks, monitor status and overcome barriers)
  • Honesty and transparency
  • Very detail oriented and organized
  • Able to set clear boundarries and enforce them as needed
  • Effective communicator, especially to listen to other’s needs and understand what steps to take to meet those needs.
  • Able to work with a broad range of people and personalities
  • Good problem solving skills
  • Comfortable and adept with technology
  • Humility and ability to admit wrongs and mistakes
  • Able to extend grace and forgive others who commit wrongs and make mistakes
  • Aware of personal strengths and weakness of how you are perceived by others
  • Ability and willingness to express strong opinions safely and constructively
  • Demonstrated ability to serve, participate and contribute positively to a team
  • Open to wide ranging spiritual heritages and expressions of spirituality
  • Open to challenging traditional and comfortable spiritual heritages and expressions

Key Responsibilities

  • Install, upgrade, and manage database and database applications
  • Work with stakeholders to develop and manage policies database users
  • Monitor policy compliance
  • Manage database access and permissions
  • Monitor data security with integrity and accuracy
  • Performance tuning of database systems
  • Create automations for recurring database tasks
  • Customize database structure (fields, meta-data, tags, etc) as needed
  • Recommend and implement emerging database technology
  • Provide others with the data or communication they need including database reports, visualizations, and dashboards
  • Troubleshoot and problem solve any discrepancies or data conflicts
  • Build and run queries to find subsets of data for CRM purposes
  • Build campaigns for development and communications
  • Data entry and cleanup
  • Be available for support, as needed
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Database Administrator

Position Description

The Database Administrator (DBA) is responsible for the performance, accuracy, and efficacy of our Virtuous CRM database. He/She will set and enforce policies for access, data entry, and use of data. He/She will also work with our various leaders, department/program heads to provide them with the data and communication they need to support their ministry and efforts.

Key Qualifications

  • 5 years experience with database administration
  • Proficient with Microsoft Excel (sort/filter data, import/export CSV data, formulas)
  • Understanding of donor giving and tax basics as they relate to non-profit giving
  • Project Management (create tasks, assign tasks, monitor status and overcome barriers)
  • Honesty and transparency
  • Very detail oriented and organized
  • Able to set clear boundarries and enforce them as needed
  • Effective communicator, especially to listen to other’s needs and understand what steps to take to meet those needs.
  • Able to work with a broad range of people and personalities
  • Good problem solving skills
  • Comfortable and adept with technology
  • Humility and ability to admit wrongs and mistakes
  • Able to extend grace and forgive others who commit wrongs and make mistakes
  • Aware of personal strengths and weakness of how you are perceived by others
  • Ability and willingness to express strong opinions safely and constructively
  • Demonstrated ability to serve, participate and contribute positively to a team
  • Open to wide ranging spiritual heritages and expressions of spirituality
  • Open to challenging traditional and comfortable spiritual heritages and expressions

Key Responsibilities

  • Install, upgrade, and manage database and database applications
  • Work with stakeholders to develop and manage policies database users
  • Monitor policy compliance
  • Manage database access and permissions
  • Monitor data security with integrity and accuracy
  • Performance tuning of database systems
  • Create automations for recurring database tasks
  • Customize database structure (fields, meta-data, tags, etc) as needed
  • Recommend and implement emerging database technology
  • Provide others with the data or communication they need including database reports, visualizations, and dashboards
  • Troubleshoot and problem solve any discrepancies or data conflicts
  • Build and run queries to find subsets of data for CRM purposes
  • Build campaigns for development and communications
  • Data entry and cleanup
  • Be available for support, as needed
Your Resume (1.5MB file size limit)
Your Cover Letter (1.5MB file size limit)

Director of Development

Position Description

The Director of Development is responsible for planning, directing, and implementing a comprehensive development, marketing, and external communications strategy for organizational fundraising and partner cultivation.

Key Qualifications

  • Passionate about FV's vision and mission and values and strategies.
  • Open to challenging traditional and comfortable spiritual heritages and expressions.
  • CRM experience, Virtuous preferred.
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills.
  • College diploma preferred.
  • Previous leadership experience.
  • Prior experience in Development.
  • Prior experience in personal support raising preferred.
  • Ability to travel domestically and internationally.
  • Received official acceptance as a member of the FV religious order.
  • Must be able to raise funds through ministry partner development for the organization.
  • Preference towards workers with previous ministry experience.

Key Responsibilities

  • Committed to discerning, in tandem with other FV leadership, God’s guidance for the direction of executing of activities within the organization’s sphere of influence.
  • Works closely with FV’s Executive Leadership Team to plan, organize, and direct the strategic fundraising plan; including appropriate donor cultivation, especially major partners, major gifts, planned giving, events, capital and project campaigns, and grants-writing.
  • Develops and communicates a robust theology of generosity and fundraising.
  • Communicates the mission and vision of the organization in ways that provide theological and missiological justification for generosity.
  • Works with Member Services to provide resources for staff in their support raising efforts including employees who do not raise support personally but who contribute to FV’s fund development strategies in other ways.
  • Lead, train, and shepherd our staff to establish a culture of , and to participate in, partnership building and advancement of the organization.
  • Develops and maintains strong systems for fund development seasons, campaigns, donor-relationships, and donor acquisition.
  • Strategizes and coordinates plans for meeting prospective donors and supporters on a regular basis to establish strong relationships and ongoing communication, including determination of which donors the Director of Development meets with personally.
  • Grow a major gifts program including identification, cultivation, and solicitation of major donors with a priority on strong, mutual relationships as members of the body of Christ.
  • Create and build a planned giving program with a focus on deferred gifts such as bequest expectancies.
  • Oversee grant seeking, including research, proposal writing, and reporting requirements.
  • Direct the annual fund program, including mailings, annual campaigns and special fundraising events.
  • Conduct research, to identify prospective donors from a variety of constituencies.
  • Oversee fundraising database, tracking systems, and reporting.
  • Supervise the database manager to ensure the proper receiving, allocating, recording, and acknowledging of all gifts.
  • Build and maintain gift recognition programs that reflect the spiritual and stewardship values of the organization.
  • Appear and speak publicly on behalf of the organization.
  • Hire and train Development Staff, as needed.
  • Draft, with support, the annual budget for the Development office.
  • Consult in the management of FV’s brand relative to fundraising stakeholders and public interface (e.g., web site content, supporting materials, specific program sites).
  • Develop and manage the annual communications calendar for donation-related content including social media, email updates, direct mailings, etc.
  • Completes compliance training as scheduled by Human Resources.
  • Attend weekly organization wide staff meeting and any team related meetings as determined necessary by supervisor.
  • Perform related and other duties as assigned.
  • Commitment to following the outlined FV Essentials.
  • Provide support and resourcing to direct reports for their commitments to ministry partner development and the FV Essentials.
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