The Database Manager is responsible for comprehensive management of the donor database, all gift processing and acknowledgements, direct mail coordination and general office management. This position reports to the Director of Development and supports all fundraising activities at Seabury Hall.
Manage the operation, maintenance, data input, data integrity and accuracy of the Raiser’s Edge constituent database management system
Manage the creation of donor reports. Develop additional reports and lists that are responsive to the needs of the various internal constituents
Generate gift acknowledgement letters, receipts and pledge reminders
Responsible for periodic updates and revisions to all donor acknowledgement communications
Coordinate annual audit requests in coordination with the business office
Perform all functions with high degree of accuracy and confidentiality
Assist with events activities, particularly by processing gifts, recording RSVPs and providing staff support at events
Manage coding of appeals and solicitations through Raiser’s Edge
Coordinate production and mailing logistics of solicitation and stewardship mailings as directed by Director of Development
Perform other duties as assigned by the Director of Development
Must have extensive experience and proficiency using Raiser’s Edge, MS Office and Photoshop (or comparable software)
BA degree preferred
Must be available to nights and weekends
Detail oriented, logical thinker
Time-management skills, the ability to work under pressure and have strong organizational skills
Work with minimal supervision
Strive for continuous improvement and solicit feedback to improve service
Demonstrate a positive and productive attitude
Strong interpersonal skills and ability to work as a member of a team
Interested candidates may send a resume and cover letter to Kathleen Hogarty, Director of Development, at email@example.com.
Seabury Hall, a private college preparatory school in Upcountry, Maui, is seeking an experienced educational specialist to lead a pilot program of personalized education for its students grades six through twelve. This innovative addition to the Seabury Hall community and expansion of its educational program will motivate and enable students to reach their highest potential and will be calibrated to help students understand their individual learning profiles.
The program will support students who seek to overcome academic challenges, while also meeting the needs of high-achieving students who want to expand their study skills or seek independent course offerings beyond our campus. The program initiatives will be aligned with the school’s mission as a rigorous college preparatory school.
Candidates for this position must be skilled at public speaking and marketing, as well as confident and competent in educating faculty and parents. Work will range from one-on-one student sessions to small seminars and larger group presentations. Some travel and professional development will be expected in order to determine the best practices and to explore directions for possible expansion of this pilot initiative, as well as to remain current on research in effective learning techniques.
The ideal candidate will have at least an Education Specialist degree (Ed.S.) or a Masters in Education or Special Education, with a Doctorate preferred, and will have run an educational program independently with a knowledge of budgeting and scheduling. Accurate and efficient data gathering and interpretation will be required to establish the efficacy of the pilot program and possible future directions. A minimum of five years’ experience in the field is preferred.. Knowledge of digital and online learning options for students would be helpful. Salary will be commensurate with degree and experience. This position reports directly to the Head of School.
Interested candidates may send a resume and cover letter to Kay McLeod, Assistant Head, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Seabury Hall is an Equal Opportunity Employer. It is our policy and commitment to provide an equal employment opportunity and non-discriminatory treatment in recruitment, hiring, retention, and assignment of all employees.