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The Analyst & Program Coordinator, Annual Giving is a vital member of the Annual Giving team and works on projects utilizing data to aid strategic and tactical decisions for all of Georgetown University's Annual Giving programs. This position provides accurate, timely and comprehensive analysis and information, demonstrating comprehensive knowledge of fundraising fundamentals, strategies, and trends in philanthropy and data analysis. S/he provides high-level support and analysis to the Assistant Vice President of Annual Giving and Directors of Annual Giving. Reporting to the Senior Associate Director of Analysis & Strategy, the Analyst & Program Coordinator will have duties that include, but are not limited to the following:
Develops and helps develop dashboards used to assess unit and university-wide Annual Giving programs and initiatives.
Assists in the management and completion of large complex data and analysis projects, including outcomes analysis, prioritization projects, and data mining.
Gathers, filters, and segments large data sets, and assists in creating analyses to support various aspects of annual fundraising projects.
Leverages various software tools (Excel, Tableau, R, SQL, Python, etc.) to analyze and present data analysis.
Synthesizes information and distributes results through written reports, maps, charts, graphs, presentations, and other media for varied audiences.
Prepares and delivers presentations to clients and partners as part of regular product delivery.
Responds to urgent or time sensitive management requests with high quality analyses.
Stays abreast of current and emerging trends in philanthropy, fundraising, higher education and business intelligence.
Assists in developing and implementing methods of measuring unit performance, reviews baselines for annual giving units, and develops analysis to measure the impact of metrics over time.
Assesses the accuracy of key data dimensions including demographical, giving, and engagement so that data integrity and quality control for these measures are consistent and relevant across Advancement.
Utilizes analysis findings to develop strategy recommendations, with the goal of optimizing the size and distribution of target markets to maximize gift yield.
Team Support and Project Management
Manages budget planning, tracking, and assessment for all of Annual Giving, including analysis on budget use and projections for the future.
Serves as a project or team lead on projects as assigned by the Senior Associate Director and Assistant Vice President.
Liaises with client groups to intake, plan, and deliver projects.
Ensures that projects meet client needs and feedback is gathered and evaluated on an ongoing basis.
Other Duties as Assigned
Assists other departmental areas as assigned.
Serves as special project liaison for annual giving when needed.
Attends Office of Advancement and other Georgetown meetings.
Participates as a volunteer in Office of Advancement events.
Conducts best in class research with peer institutions when applicable.
Attends professional development training's.
Qualifications & Requirements
At least one to two years of experience analyzing data, preferably in the setting of complex fundraising and/or sales organizations
Proficiency working with complex metrics and analysis
Strong computer skills, including Microsoft applications (particularly Excel, Word, PowerPoint, and Access)
Experience using at least one statistical software package, such as Stata, SPSS, Minitab, SAS/JMP, R. Preferably experience with forecasting and modeling
Completion of advanced-level coursework in mathematics, statistics, data science or operations
Understanding of the donor development life cycle
Desire to continually evolve knowledge and skills along with rapidly advancing trends in the field of data science
Familiarity of traditional research techniques, including traditional text and periodical based research, utilizing databases, and the use of other industry resources
Proven analytical skills emphasizing the ability to gather, clean, evaluate and synthesize data
Strong project management skills, including the ability to manage multiple projects and priorities
Highly organized, able to work independently, and able to work under pressure to coordinate multiple requests and competing deadlines
Excellent writing, editing, and verbal communication skills
Ability to adapt and present information in a variety of formats
Sensitive, personable and experienced in customer relations skills
Experience working with annual giving or development a plus
Desire to contribute to and participate in the mission of Georgetown University
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