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Employment Opportunity at The Community Foundation for Greater New Haven

The Community Foundation for Greater New Haven, the region's largest grantmaker and permanent charitable endowment, is seeking a qualified candidate for an entry level administrative assistant position in the Development, Stewardship, Donor Services and Communications (DSDSC) Department.   

Development Associate

Position Summary:
This position supports several development, donor service and communications processes, as well as other responsibilities as assigned. 

Core Responsibilities:

  • The DA will be part of, and support, a team of DSDSC professionals in the execution of department goals

  • The DA will provide service to multiple audiences of The Community Foundation and communicate through various methods, including phone, email and written communications

  • The DA will support internal and external meetings and events, including scheduling, attending, providing logistics, managing reservations and recording, as required

  • The DA will use state of the art technologies, including data entry into The Community Foundation’s relational database, FIMS

  • The DA will be called upon for collaboration with all Foundation staff members

  • The DA will support the reception area accountabilities, as needed

  • The DA will be assigned special projects

  • The DA will provide administrative duties, as needed

The Ideal Candidate will have the following qualifications:

  • Demonstrated administrative and data entry skills and highly skilled in technology and office software including:  Microsoft Word, Outlook, PowerPoint and Excel

  • College degree preferred

  • Some experience organizing and operating efficient office processes and procedures

  • Demonstrated experience working in a fast-paced environment, with high customer service expectations and with diverse populations

  • Individual should be self-directed and a team player

  • Attention to detail, ability to track schedules, organize meetings, generate reports and produce presentations

  • Demonstrated ability to direct and participate in teams

  • A commitment to an inclusive environment

  • Excellent written and oral communication skills

  • Superior organizational skills and eagerness to multitask

Please submit a letter of interest and résumé to Ms. Ellen Perrotti ateperrotti@cfgnh.org. No phone calls will be accepted.

Application deadline is October 23, 2015.  

The Community Foundation’s mission is to create positive and sustainable change in Greater New Haven by increasing the amount of and enhancing the impact of community philanthropy. 

The Community Foundation for Greater New Haven is an equal opportunity employer.

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