Are you looking for a meaningful place to work where you can practice your Christian faith and truly make a difference? The Prospect Development and Research Analyst at Denver Rescue Mission manages a one-person donor prospect development and research program implementing industry best practices and meeting organizational needs.
The Prospect Development and Research Analyst (PDRA) is a full-time, exempt position.
Hiring Range: $44,000 - 54,900 Annually, based on qualifications and experience.
DRM's GENEROUS BENEFITS INCLUDE: DRM Benefits Guide
Comprehensive health, dental, and vision
Vacation (3 weeks annually to start), Sick time, 10 Holidays, Birthday and Refreshment Day
Tuition reimbursement and child adoption assistance
Employer paid term life and long-term disability
Paid leave for mission trips after 5 years
401K company match up to 5% and so much more!
- Map personal, business and institutional relationships between donors, prospects, volunteers, and others connected to DRM.
- Incorporate results of prospect research into donor database and recommend actions to DRM development staff.
- Proactively seek, identify and research new prospects.
- Manage all aspects of customized predictive modeling projects.
- Manage acquisition and renewal of research subscription tools.
- Stay current and knowledgeable regarding prospect management and research tools and methodology.
- Attend appropriate weekly/monthly/quarterly staff meetings.
- Communicate and coordinate priorities, workload, issues and progress to the Director of Philanthropy on a regular basis.
- Develop goals, priorities and timelines on a regular basis, ensuring timely and efficient management and completion of all related tasks.
- Maintain confidentiality and operate within guidelines provided under the Association of Professional Researchers for Advancement (APRA) Code of Ethics.
- Continue professional development via association membership, conferences, webinars, publications, blogs, etc.
- Other tasks as assigned by the Director of Philanthropy.
- Bachelor’s degree or at least 2 years of relevant workplace experience.
- 2+ years of experience managing a prospect management and research program for a non-profit.
- Highly proficient in sourcing information from online searches, subscription-based tools, and social media.
- Experience using Salesforce and prospect screening tools, i.e. ResearchPoint and Wealth Engine.
- Proficient in Microsoft Office.
- Display strong analytical skills with attention to detail, accuracy, context, and source while summarizing large volumes of information into actionable insights.
- Effective oral and written communication, organizational, and time management skills.
- Utilize critical thinking and curiosity.
- Ability to serve as adaptable and approachable team player.
- Ability to be self-motivated, accountable, and work with limited administrative support.