Charitable Advisors LLC
  • 28-Dec-2017 to 26-Jan-2018
  • - Hoosier Environmental Council (HEC)
  • Indianapolis, IN, USA
  • Full Time
  • Generous benefits package including paid vacation, holiday and sick leave and 75% employer coverage of individual health care.

The Hoosier Environmental Council, Indiana's leading, statewide environmental educator and advocate, is seeking a full-time Development and Administrative Coordinator for its Indianapolis office.  This talented individual would report to HEC's Development Manager.
•  Build relationships with a portfolio of donors through a combination of phone calls, emails, mail, social media, and events to retain & to expand financial support for HEC's mission.
•  Work in close coordination with other development staff to debrief on donor outreach and collaborate on development strategy.
•  Enter & process gifts, generate thank you & renewal letters, and manage database records.
•  Provide logistical support at HEC annual events and represent HEC at Earth Month events.
•  Assist with various administrative needs, including but not limited to purchasing office supplies, organizing press clippings, serving as a liaison between HEC and office partners (building manager, printer company, etc.), and updating intra-organizational materials. 
Minimum Qualifications
•  Bachelor's degree, including some collegiate-level environmental-related coursework. 
•  Authentically interested in not only environmental issues, but public policy.
•  Fearless, relaxed and comfortable in requesting financial support from, and conversing with, donors -- primarily over the phone and in written correspondence.
•  Thoughtful, confident, warm, and diplomatic in one's approach.
•  Enjoys working independently to mine and to create information within a donor database.
•  Possesses a strong attention to detail when processing and acknowledging donor support.
•  Must be strongly self-motivated, but also able to work collaboratively.
Preferred Qualifications
•  Extensive coursework and/or volunteer work intersecting with HEC's policy areas.
•  A minimum of 2 years development experience. 
•  Master's degree in Philanthropy, Environmental Policy, Public Affairs or a related field.
•  Familiarity with donor software such as Abila Fundraising 50, Microsoft Office programs (Exchange, Word and Excel) and social media platforms (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram). 
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