Oakland, CA or New York, NY
ABOUT BLACK GIRLS CODE
Launched in 2011, Black Girls CODE (BGC) is devoted to showing the world that Black girls can code, and do so much more. By reaching out to communities through workshops and after school programs, Black Girls CODE introduces computer programming and technology to girls from underrepresented communities in technology areas such as web design, robotics, gaming, mobile app development and more. By cultivating the next generation of coders we hope to grow the number of women of color in technology and give underrepresented girls a chance to become the future leaders in technology and the masters of their technological worlds. We thrive on working in a collaborative, fast-paced environment. We represent a diversity of backgrounds, a wealth of experience and a lot of fun.
Reporting to the Director of Individual Giving, the Development Coordinator will support the Development team by providing data entry, database management, prospect research, and customer service. This person will ensure donations are timely and accurately processed and help interface with donor and prospective donor requests that come to the development department. This role will provide operational and administrative support to the team while helping to drive success in equipping partners to engage in successful donor interactions and strategies.
- Manage the timely acknowledgment of gifts and ensure that all types of donations (cash, checks, pledges, matching gifts, etc.) are properly recorded in Salesforce
- Maintain the integrity of data in Salesforce & help lead clean-up efforts where needed
- Research and identify new funding sources: corporate, foundation, and government, with a focus on individuals
- Assist with special projects such as annual report compilation, prospect review, or cross-referencing wealth screening data
- Prepare donor packets – background information and marketing materials – for donor calls and visits
- Utilize Salesforce and other development systems to record, track, and report on relevant donation and engagement activities
- Assist development team with community and fundraising events
- Support the fundraising activities by scheduling key meetings, coordinating agendas, and preparing materials
- Monitor and respond to general fundraising and partnership inquiries
- Conduct research related to payments and vendors; work closely with Finance to reconcile monthly gift reports
- Issue invoices to partners, track and update payment status
- Deposit checks and verify receipt of funds in appropriate platforms
- Receive mail from the organization’s mailbox on a weekly basis
- This is an extraordinary opportunity to be part of a small and growing team in a dynamic startup environment. The position offers great potential for learning and affords real opportunity to have a tangible impact on communities across the country.
- 1-3 years experience in fundraising, sales and/or partnership cultivation in a nonprofit, education, or start-up setting
- Experience with Salesforce or other CRM systems- Salesforce preferred
- Experience working in a fast-paced environment, with a focus on developing mission-driven initiatives
- Strong organizational skills and ability to balance multiple priorities in a changing environment
- Good math skills and the ability to spot numerical errors
- Ability to pay close attention to detail and be highly organized, staying productive and accurate under pressure with tight deadlines (a sense of humor helps, too)
- Strong interpersonal skills and ability to work well in a remote team environment
- Integrity, maturity, credibility, and a demonstrated commitment to BGC’s mission
$60,000 - $65,000 a year
Black Girls CODE is an equal opportunity employer that is committed to diversity, equity and conscious inclusion in the workplace. We prohibit discrimination and harassment of any kind based on race, color, sex, religion, sexual orientation, age, gender identity, gender expression, veteran status, national origin, disability, genetic information, pregnancy, or any other protected characteristic as outlined by federal, state, or local laws.