Development Applications Administrator - Office of VP for Development
Categories: Information Technology
Department: Ofc of VP for Development
Full/Part Time/PRN: Full-Time
Experience and Education
Demonstrated proficiency in database administration, preferably Raiser's Edge, and other Blackbaud solutions (i.e. NetCommunity, ResearchPoint) and services (document imaging - PaperSave, data enrichment).
Serves as the resident development database expert, ensures accurate and consistent information management, and trains users on the functionality, standards and proper use of the database.
Supports the data needs of the office and its various units, prepares lists and generates ad-hoc and standard analytical, statistical and financial reports using report writer software to accurately, clearly, and effectively present desired data.
Assists in the preparation of internal and external benchmarking surveys, and financial, management, and summary reports.
Maintains the structure of the database, including attributes, business rules, code tables, and other related functions, and ensures successful and seamless integration, communication, and feeds between database and other support applications.
Conducts routine and scheduled database integrity checks and maintenance, and coordinates system upgrades, as released, with appropriate internal and external resources.
Maintains confidentiality of database records, ensures information security procedures are in place to protect this confidentiality, and oversees adherence to such procedures.
Performs a wide range of administrative and logistical tasks to support the daily workflow of the office's fundraising and strategic initiatives.
Manages and develops lower level systems support staff, oversees workflow in a time sensitive environment with rigorous demands and tight deadlines, and works collaboratively with team to ensure the achievement of office goals.
Oversees special projects, as assigned, under the guidance of the Director of Strategic Initiatives.
Performs other duties as assigned.
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