Development Coordinator

Grassroot Soccer (GRS) is a rapidly growing adolescent health organization that leverages the power of soccer to educate, inspire, and mobilize at-risk youth in developing countries to overcome their greatest health challenges, live healthier, more productive lives, and be agents for change in their communities. Since 2002, GRS programs have reached 13 million young people in over 60 countries with life-saving HIV prevention and sexual and reproductive health information and services. Grassroot Soccer is looking to continue scaling its impact via partnerships over the next five years.

Role Overview

The Development Coordinator is responsible for the support and coordination of fundraising efforts by the GRS development team and Founder/CEO, while also contributing to the highly collaborative, positive, and action-oriented culture at GRS. Reporting to the Senior Director of Development (SDoD) with a dotted line to the Founder/CEO, the ideal candidate is someone who is learning agile and exhibits remarkable attention to detail, responsiveness and follow through, excellent interpersonal and communication skills, and sound judgement and flexibility.

To Apply

Please submit a Cover Letter and CV to globalhr@grassrootsoccer.org with “Development Coordinator” on the subject line. Only short-listed candidates will be contacted.

Responsibilities

  • Donor Management and Maintenance: Support development team in the management and maintenance of donor-tracking systems, including but not limited to select portfolios, donor pyramids, campaign donors and prospects, and individual donor records in the GRS CRM (Little Green Light)
  • Development Reporting: Support development staff by regularly reporting on donors, unrestricted revenue, pledges, and campaign data; partner with SDoD on preparation of key reports for GRS Board meetings and GRS leadership
  • Gift Processing and Stewardship: Support processing of gifts, as needed, in partnership with development and/or finance staff; support the donor acknowledgment process and stewardship efforts of the Founder/CEO; partner with the finance team, as needed, on gift reconciliation
  • Please see full job description for additional responsibilities.

Specifications & Competencies

  • Ideally 1 year of experience with a mission-driven nonprofit and/or in campaign development/fundraising, or similar experience
  • Demonstrated ability maintaining various information-tracking systems, data entry, and pulling and synthesizing reports
  • Experience supporting preparation of both internal and external presentations
  • Please see full job description for additional information and to apply.

Job Overview

Date Posted

August 3, 2021

Location

Hanover, NH, but remote possible if located in Northeast (NH, VT, MA, CT, RI)

Job Type

Full Time