POSITION TITLE: Database Specialist
REPORTS TO: Office Coordinator
JOB STATUS: Part-time
HOURS: 8-12 hours per week, flexible schedule to be coordinated (within regular office hours).
LOCATION: P&TC office located in St. Paul, MN
COMPENSATION: $15 hour
Parks & Trails Council of Minnesota (P&TC) envisions an interconnected system of parks, trails, waterways and natural areas that provide all Minnesotans with outstanding outdoor recreational opportunities that preserve the natural diversity of our state. We are a membership supported organization that works to manage a thoughtful and timely process for recording and acknowledging our member records. We are currently seeking a database specialist who has experience with constituency relationship management software, to assist our Office Coordinator with data entry and other tasks related to managing our membership database.
- Open mail and prepare donation records for data entry.
- Data entry of donation data into database, ensuring correct data entry processes are followed.
- Generate, print and prepare thank you letters, including stuffing envelopes and adding metered postage to prepared mail.
- Track online donations, fixing any errors found or duplicate contact records.
- Perform general administrative tasks and assignments as assigned by office coordinator.
- Maintain confidentiality in all aspects of client, staff and agency information.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES
Skills: Detailed, consistent, resourceful and thorough. Organized. Comfortable with computer programs and learning new software.
Knowledge: Helpful to have previous experience entering donor or customer data into a database, noticing when details are incorrect. Strong knowledge of Microsoft Word and Excel.
Abilities: Able to perform repetitive tasks such as opening and stamping mail, folding letters and stuffing envelopes, and entering contribution data.
Please email a cover letter, resume to email@example.com. This position will remain open until filled.
Women, Black people, Indigenous people, people of color, LGBTQIA+ candidates and people with disabilities are strongly encouraged to apply.