Oakwood School is seeking a full-time Advancement Services Coordinator. The Coordinator processes donor information in the Raiser’s Edge database including online donations, corporate matching gifts, payroll deductions, event registrations and constituent profile changes. Updates RSVP lists and seating charts for events. Generates, mail merges, prints, and sends pledge reminders, tribute cards, acknowledgement letters, receipts and donor gift reports using Raiser’s Edge. Assists in researching, implementing and operating new gift processing software and solutions for gift processing, event ticketing, mobile giving, and others. Handles routine reporting using Raiser’s Edge software.
Handles administrative functions of the Advancement Office including inventorying and ordering office/meeting supplies and school stationary as well as filing and mail delivery. Provides general administrative support to the Advancement office team. Partners with Registrars, Business Office, Admission and IT staff and provides ‘customer service’ to parents and volunteers in a variety of ways, including related to events. Coordinates the Advancement Office calendar, attends Advancement events and participates in school-wide events and meetings.
Bachelor’s degree and 3+ years of general administrative experience required. Familiarity with an Advancement or Development Office in a business or school setting preferred. Experience with Raiser’s Edge or comparable donor database system required, highly skilled in MS Office and Google suites. Attention to detail, organizational skills and ability to quickly prioritize and process a high volume of work with precision. Availability for occasional night and weekend work.
Additional Salary Information: Competitive salary and full benefits package offered
About Oakwood School
Oakwood School is a K-12 coeducational day school in North Hollywood, California that opened its doors in 1951. The school has remained faithful to its original mission ever since: to create a diverse educational environment where young people are partners with the adults who teach them and learn from them; where the best means of preparing students for the future is to immerse them in the present; where a healthy learning environment requires joy and humor as well as rigorous intensity; and where students’ intellectual and aesthetic depth – along with their capacity for empathy and moral courage – emerge out of authentic engagement with their teachers, one another, and the world around them.”