Donor Relations Coordinator | Buckrail Jobs

The Teton County Search & Rescue Foundation is looking to hire a full-time Donor Relations Coordinator to join its dynamic and hardworking staff in Jackson, Wyoming.

The TCSAR Foundation is a 501c3 non-profit organization whose mission is to support search and rescue volunteers in Teton County through direct support, community education and advocacy. The Foundation office is in the TCSAR hangar located at 300 S. Batch Plant Rd., Where the cultivation includes dog-friendly office space, wearing your favorite SAR shirt at work, and dropping off everything to move a truck or two when a service call comes in. in.

The Donor Relations Coordinator works directly with our amazing donors who keep us operating at 100 percent of our capacity. Attention to detail, tech savvy, event experience and a positive attitude are all assets for this role. With only five people and more than a million dollars to raise each year, the Foundation asks everyone to invest in making this operation a success.

The ideal candidate will be a team player who understands the backcountry culture, who is committed to the Jackson Hole community, and who doesn’t hesitate to empty the dishwasher. While previous experience in non-profit organizations and / or fundraising is preferred, this is not required depending on the candidate.

If you are looking for real community, rewarding work and an opportunity to grow in a role, we may have the place for you.

Preferred diplomas:

  • Previous non-profit experience in Jackson, Wyoming or surrounding areas.

  • Dedicated to the mission of the TCSAR Foundation and security in the hinterland.

  • Technical knowledge and ability to learn (current apps include Little Green Light, Quickbooks, Dropbox, Google Drive, Microsoft Office, Slack, and Basecamp).

  • A desire to put yourself forward. You will work with donors, TCSAR volunteers and the community. This is a forward facing position over many days.

  • Events guru. You will work with caterers, contract staff, sponsors and others to create professional events, from small, intimate donor gatherings to large events with over 500 attendees like WYSAW.

  • Comfortable with corporate sponsorships. We need big partnerships to make sure our volunteers are equipped.

  • Attention to detail, precise and committed to a great job. Keeping track of all of our donor information requires laser focus and attention to detail.

POSITION TITLE: Donor Relations Coordinator (DRC)

DIRECT SUPERVISOR: Executive Director

Summary: The DRC works closely with the Executive Director and the Director of Communications to achieve organizational goals. The DRC is primarily responsible for the management and administration of donor relations.

Development

  • Lead annual fundraising mailings with assistance from the CEO and CD.

  • Write / print / send gift solicitation and recognition letters.

  • Enter gifts and pledges in a timely manner.

  • Analyze database information to identify fundraising opportunities.

  • Enter, update and maintain accurate donor information.

  • Prepare and distribute reports on donations and pledges to members of the CEO and Board of Directors.

  • Assist the DE in major fundraising programs.

  • Manage Old Bill Fun Run Committee assignments.

Administration

  • Manage Little Green Light entries, reports and updates.

  • Assist with Quickbooks reconciliation and financial reporting.

  • Maintain donor materials (stickers, stationery, stamps, etc.) and assist with general office administration.

  • Manage the grant calendar and, where applicable, lead grant writing efforts.

Major special events

  • Work with ED and CD to plan fundraising and major events throughout the year.

  • Coordinate / act as a point of contact for caterers, event site managers, etc.

  • Work with ED to identify volunteer and staff needs.

  • Coordinate with CD to plan marketing and outreach for all fundraising and team events.

  • Create and maintain a calendar of fundraising events.

  • Assist ED and CD in reconciling expenses.

This position is 40 hours per week with a competitive salary and a generous benefits package that includes a health care allowance, PTO, ski passes and a pension.

Interested candidates must submit their curriculum vitae and cover letter before January 2, 2022. To apply, click on this link or on the button below.