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  • Development Administrator

    New Generation
    Job Description
    New Generation, Inc., provides shelter and guidance for pregnant and parenting homeless women and their infants regardless of race, religion, marital status, disability, or economic status. New Generations offers more than shelter. Each resident participates in a program designed to increase proper and effective parenting and increase self-sufficiency.
    In addition to group housing for 7 residents, New Generation provides 2 Transitional Apartments for 1 woman with 2 children, or 2 women with 1 child each.
    Second Generation Thrift Shoppe, located in Greenland, generate operating funds for the shelter programs, along with donations.

    We are searching for a part time (20 hours per week) Development Administrator to join our team. This position is responsible to support the activities and functions of the Executive Director. Excellent opportunity to gain first-hand experience about the Development function of our unique non-profit, with excellent potential for growth. This position requires a reliable and detail oriented self-starter, who is able to prioritize work, and to be flexible, in order to accommodate a very busy department. Solid computer skills, especially with Microsoft Office, are necessary, as well as basic competence with social media. Database and website experience a plus. The right candidate will be professional, diplomatic, and able to confidently represent New Generation. He/she must also possess a positive attitude, the ability to work independently as well as with a team, and the willingness to learn.
    Responsibilities include: Outreach and management of volunteers to assist with tasks that need to be done at the shelter and shoppe. Entering data regarding donors, donations, etc. in database, and generating reports; managing the thank you letter process; managing In-Kind donations; assist in cleaning up database in preparation for mailings, and the transfer to a new software program. Other duties as needed, i.e. assisting with events, mailing campaigns, and other fundraising activities.
    We are searching for candidates who are passionate about their work and who are committed to ensuring our clients are healthy, functioning participants in their community.
    Job offers are contingent upon satisfactory completion of a criminal background, motor vehicle, BEAS and OIG records check. Valid driver's license and vehicle required.
    Education Requirements:
    High School Diploma, Bachelor's Degree Preferred, with a major in English, business, marketing, communications or related field and one -- three years' experience in nonprofit development preferred. The ideal candidates will possess the following skills and abilities:
    Strong proficiency with Microsoft Office and database programs.
    Experience with fundraising software, especially Little Green Light
    Excellent organization skills and ability to prioritize work to meet deadlines.
    Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
    Experience with various social media applications.
    Strong interpersonal skills and ability to interact professionally with staff, Board members, donors and the general public.
    Understanding of mental illness and its impact upon individuals and families.
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