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We’re an equal opportunity organization and believe a diverse staff helps us better serve our community. We are actively recruiting for the position below.

CRM Database Manager

Scottsdale, ArizonaScottsdale, Arizona

Direct Report:  Director of Finance and Operations

Essential Functions/Responsibilities:  The CRM Database Manager will serve an essential role for the Jewish Federation of Greater Phoenix and the Jewish Community Foundation of Greater Phoenix as they come together to form a new, integrated organization.

  • As the manager of multiple databases, the CRM Database Manager will be responsible for understanding multiple software systems, ensuring that the quality of data is the top priority. Data must be accurate, accessible, and healthy across systems.
  • The CRM Database Manager will ensure that various systems work together for internal reporting as well as for donor recognition.
  • This position will play an important role in transition of two separate organizations into a single integrated entity. This includes managing each of the existing systems and ensuring that new systems are successful.
  • The CRM Database Manager will work collaboratively with finance, development, and other staff to advance department technology skills under the supervision of the Director of Finance and Operations, and to ensure that all staff members are using the systems properly.
  • The CRM Database Manager should understand accounting basics, to ensure that all financial transactions are properly entered, identified, and traceable within the various systems.

Key Areas of Responsibility:

  • Support and maintain databases, monitor database performance.
  • Prepare custom reports for end users.
  • Develop processes for optimizing systems usage.
  • Make recommendations for improving system operation.
  • Trouble shooting front-end and back-end issues as they arise.
  • Collate, prepare, and present database statistics.
  • Create data integrity reports to identify errors and supervise the correction of the data.
  • Provide guidance on best practices, standards, policies, and procedures for data entry, staff training, and data security.
  • Oversee the development and implementation of processes to ensure the efficient data flow, smooth integration among systems, and the confidentiality and security of donor information.
  • Serve as project administrator and application manager for the integration of multiple databases into an single CRM management system. This includes ensuring all departments understand their needs, expectations, deadlines and are completing required tasks.
  • Provide database systems training and support to other staff, answer questions, demonstrate utilization methods, and research information needed so staff can use the database system effectively in the performance of their jobs.
  • Investigate and identify reported problems with the system, coordinate solutions with software vendors as needed, to ensure smooth system operations.
  • Monitor database for functional use and availability of tools to optimize staff performance, i.e., security issues, key performance indicators, reports and queries, dashboards, etc.
  • Responsible for global changes, clean ups, and database appending procedures.
  • Work with supervisor and IT to ensure database security is maintained and updated.
  • Have expertise creating reports, maintaining reports, dashboards and producing database queries.

Schedule: This is a full-time position.

Required Skills/Abilities/Characteristics

  • Strong analytical skills and attention to detail are required, to identify and resolve problems within database systems.
  • Strong working knowledge of and technical proficiency with Microsoft Office suite products
  • Experience in systems Blackbaud CRM and Foundant Community Suite, a plus.
  • Must communicate effectively and provide instructions orally and in writing.
  • Comfort and effectiveness translating between end users’ needs and database output.
  • Ability to manage tasks, prioritize multiple assignments, execute work in an accurate, efficient and timely manner, and track and manage multiple work streams at once.
  • Data entry, spreadsheet applications, typing, word processing skills required.
  • Ability to handle sensitive and confidential information with discretion.
  • Ability to work effectively with a variety of internal and external departments, vendors, and consultants.

Education/Experience

  • Three to five years’ experience as a database manager or similar work experience.
  • B.S. or B.A. preferred, business or computer related study preferred.
  • Knowledge of accounting basics preferred.
  • Experience with a charitable or nonprofit organization is a plus.

Please send your resume to Jperry@jewishphoenix.org

Director, Campaign & Women’s Philanthropy

Scottsdale, ArizonaScottsdale, Arizona

Direct Report:  EVP, Philanthropy

Essential Functions/Responsibilities: The Director, Campaign & Women’s Philanthropy will serve an essential role for the Jewish Federation of Greater Phoenix and the Jewish Community Foundation of Greater Phoenix as they come together to form a new, integrated organization. The Director, Campaign & Women’s Philanthropy is responsible for developing, managing, and implementing the Women IN Philanthropy program.

Key Areas of Responsibility:

Women’s Philanthropy

  • Develop and execute a comprehensive women’s philanthropy campaign plan, in partnership with lay leadership.
  • Secure new annual donors and deepen relationships with existing supporters.
  • Convert committed annual supporters to legacy givers in partnership with Foundation leadership.
  • Develop, plan, and deliver women’s events (e.g., education, outreach, annual/legacy giving), to deepen engagement with current and prospective donors.
  • Special projects within Women’s Philanthropy (e.g., Dignity Grows, Tikkun Olam Together)
  • Provide staff support for Women’s Philanthropy lay leadership
  • Identify, recruit, train, motivate and support volunteer leaders.
  • Prepare and manage budget for Women’s Philanthropy program.
  • Oversee delivery of virtual and live events in coordination with Marketing Director and event coordinators.
  • Recruit participants for JFNA programming, virtual and in-person events
  • Coordinate and strengthen relationships with national Women’s Philanthropy and other JFNA professionals.

General Annual Campaign

  • Develop and manage an annual comprehensive financial resource development plan, together with EVP, Philanthropy.
  • Identify, cultivate, and establish new donor relationships.
  • Ensure effective annual donor solicitations in range of $500 – $4,999.
  • Identify, recruit, train, motivate and support volunteers.
  • Oversee volunteer assignments for annual giving campaigns.
  • Oversee delivery of virtual and live events in coordination with Marketing Director and event coordinators.
  • Prepare and manage budget for annual giving campaigns, together with EVP, Philanthropy.
  • Recruit participants for JFNA programming, virtual and in-person events
  • Coordinate and strengthen relationships with JFNA professionals and professionals in other communities.

Schedule: This is a full-time position.

Education/Experience/Skills/Abilities/Characteristics

  • Bachelor’s degree required. Advanced degree a plus.
  • At least 5 years of progressive experience in nonprofit fundraising is preferred.
  • Excellent written, oral communication, and presentation skills.
  • Strong interpersonal and professional relationships skills.
  • Strong management skills and knowledge of traditional and more innovative fundraising techniques.
  • Strong working knowledge of and technical proficiency with Microsoft Office suite products.
  • Proficiency in professional usage of social media a plus.
  • Knowledge, understanding and commitment to Jewish community. Prior experience working for Jewish organizations a plus.
  • Ability to manage tasks, prioritize multiple assignments, execute work in an accurate, efficient and timely manner, and track and manage multiple work streams at once.
  • Ability to handle sensitive and confidential information with discretion.

Ability to work and communicate effectively with a variety of internal and external departments, vendors, and consultants.

Please send resume to info@jcfphoenix.org.

NowGen Director

Scottsdale, ArizonaScottsdale, Arizona

Direct Report:  EVP, Philanthropy

Essential Functions/Responsibilities: The NowGen Director will serve an essential role for the Jewish Federation of Greater Phoenix and the Jewish Community Foundation of Greater Phoenix as they come together to form a new, integrated organization. The NowGen Director is responsible for the development and engagement of the young adult Jewish community, between the ages of 21 and 45. The NowGen Director will have additional responsibilities within the scope of the development team related to engaging the Jewish community and fundraising initiatives

Key Areas of Responsibility:

NowGen (adults ages 21-45)

  • Direct the NowGen operational and strategic plan (including outreach, engagement, and leadership development) with the goal of connecting NowGen participants to the Jewish community and one another.
  • Identify, cultivate, recruit, and motivate participants for NowGen program and encourage advancement into leadership roles.
  • Prepare and manage NowGen program budget.
  • Provide staff support for NowGen Board, including logistics, board development, and programming.
  • Plan, manage, and staff events in partnership with lay leaders, to ensure strong planning, visible branding and successful event execution.
  • Ensure effective execution of NowGen giving circle programming.
  • Manage Leadership & Advancement Series mentorship program.
  • In collaboration for Marketing Director, support and oversee paid and earned media outreach for NowGen, including social media, digital marketing, collateral print materials, press releases, etc.
  • Provide staff support for local participants in JFNA Young Leadership Cabinet, the Jewish Federations of North America’s leadership training program for the most promising volunteers between age 30 and 40, and for the Ben-Gurion Society, a national donor recognition society for donors age 25 to 45 who contribute $1,000+ annually.
  • Represent NowGen in the community and at national events, in-person and virtual.
  • Conduct outreach and offer community (and one-on-one) presentations to generate interest in NowGen, develop key communal relationships, and make the case for change as well as additional funding.
  • Support existing programs and create new programs and services to address and respond to the needs of the young adult Jewish community.
  • Identify, cultivate, and maintain relationships with new and existing NowGen funders as well as other fundraising initiatives of the overall organization.
  • In collaboration with other departments, develop and support relationships with existing and potential volunteers and donors to the overall organization.
  • Coordinate and strengthen relationships with NowGen professionals in other communities and nationally.
  • Identify, cultivate, and solicit donors within the NowGen cohort as needed.
  • Provide support for the overall organization’s fundraising activities and programming as needed.

Schedule: This is a full-time position.

Education/Experience/Skills/Abilities/Characteristics

  • Bachelor’s degree required. Advanced degree a plus.
  • At least 3 years of progressive leadership experience in Jewish communal organizations (or equivalent experience in a different sector) preferred.
  • Prior experience working with young adult population a plus.
  • Excellent written, oral communication, and presentation skills.
  • Strong interpersonal and professional relationships skills.
  • Strong organization and management skills, and including the ability to multitask, prioritize multiple assignments, and execute work in an accurate, efficient, and timely manner.
  • Demonstrated ability to take initiative, work independently as well as in a team environment.
  • Ability to create strategies to identify, cultivate, and solicit prospects, channeling donor engagement into charitable impact.
  • Knowledge of the Jewish community.
  • Proficiency with Microsoft Office Suite and various social media platforms required. Proficiency with Blackbaud CRM systems a plus.
  • Ability to handle sensitive and confidential information with discretion.

Ability to work and communicate effectively with a variety of internal and external departments, vendors, and consultants.

Please send resume to info@jcfphoenix.org.