To provide data-entry and reporting support to the Cornell Annual Fund. Duties include database entry to monitor volunteer solicitation and follow-up, compile statistical data on prospects, giving histories, giving data, and other reports as needed. Provide support to the paid phoning program by running daily and weekly reports and reconcile credit card information. In addition, process invoices, purchase orders and tracks six Annual Giving budgets. Conduct database entry to inform progress reporting on direct marketing initiatives. Assemble in-house mailings including mail merging information and assembling mailings to meet required deadlines.
Formal training beyond a high school diploma of six months to one year, and one to two years of experience is required. Must have excellent typing, writing, proofreading and editing skills. Must have strong communication skills. Accuracy and attention to detail are essential. Demonstrated organizational skills are required, along with strong interpersonal skills and public relations skills. Must be able to work independently and show initiative. Must be able to effectively represent the University and work in a team-based environment with a mixture of faculty, staff, alumni and alumni volunteers. Must be able to work, at an advanced level, with desktop applications, databases, networked informational systems, reporting software and the Internet.
An Associate's Degree and two to four years of experience would be preferred. Familiarity with Cornell is preferred. The ability to work, at an advanced level, with Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, and PowerPoint) databases (Access and FileMaker), networked informational systems (Peoplesoft) and reporting software (Brio) is strongly preferred. Experience providing administrative and programmatic support for multiple supervisors is beneficial. Experience working with volunteers is also beneficial.
-Typically lifts less than 10 lbs
-Limited exposure to hazards
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