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Job ID: 2021-2655
Type: Regular, Introductory
# of Openings: 1
1. Resident Employee
Ready to contribute to Brookings success?
The Development Coordinator will support the Economic Studies
program's growing, exciting development program. Responsibilities
include timely and accurate entry of fundraising data into Raiser's
Edge, administrative and fundraising support, as well as scheduling
meetings and coordinating event logistics and travel. The
Coordinator will manage multiple assignments, manage systems, take
initiative to learn new skills and problem solve, and will
understand and anticipate team needs. The Coordinator will have a
commitment to Brookings Institution's and the Economic Studies
Data and Information (50%)
- Manages, inputs, and tracks all fundraising data into
Institution-wide Raisers Edge database and serves as the team's
expert in the functions and opportunities in Raisers Edge.
- Establishes and maintains tracking systems for prospects by
both revenue source (foundations, individuals, and corporations)
and program areas. Inputs data and maintains all development files
- Coordinates with Central Development on prospect research to
identify potential new corporate, individual and foundation donor
- Maintains daily records throughout opportunity lifecycles by
inputting donor prospects, grant opportunities, calendar
milestones, contacts, and funder lists.
- Generates relevant reports from Raisers Edge for Dev and
- Maintains donor lists for research portfolios, program
initiatives, and Economic Studies Council.
- Other duties as assigned.
Ready to make an impact? In this role, you will support
Brookings values of collegiality, respect, inclusion, diversity and
community, and bring the following qualifications:
Bachelor's degree required. Three years of professional
administrative work experience in a fast-paced, challenging work
environment required; experience in networking and organizing
preferred. Proven ability to work with senior level executives,
both internal and external. Must be authorized to work for any
employer in the U.S.
Successful completion of a background investigation is required
for employment at Brookings.
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gender identity or expression, disability, veteran status, first
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