• Development Officer for Fundraising Operations

    Job Locations US-OK-Ardmore
    Job ID
    2018-1499
    # of Openings
    1
    Classification
    Full-Time Regular
    Education
    Bachelor's degree in Business, Public Administration, Non-profit Management or related field. HS diploma with minimum of 8 years related experience in lieu of degree required
  • Overview

    The Noble Research Institute, LLC is seeking a full time Development Officer for Fundraising Operations, who will be responsible for providing assistance to the Director of Development and State-Community Relations in managing the ongoing day to day fundraising operations and donor services infrastructure.

     

    Development Officer for Fundraising Operations Job Descriptions

     

    EOE Minorities/Females/Protected Veterans/Disabled

    Responsibilities

    This position will serve a dual role:

     

    As Development Officer for Fundraising Operations for the Noble Research Institute - Ensures aligned implementation of the 5-year strategic plan across the Development Department and the Research Institute. Responsible for the oversight of tracking, processing, acknowledgement and reporting of all charitable contributions received.  Oversight of CRM systems use, maintenance and build-out, including ensuring donor information is accurate, kept secure, and that related reports are available as needed.  Responsible for total preparation of or assistance in preparing grant proposal budgets or other program budgets for the solicitation of fundraised dollars.

     

    As Program Officer for the Samuel Roberts Noble Foundation - Responsible for researching, evaluating and performing due diligence of grant proposals. Write technical summaries and prepare financial summaries.  Track approved grants and conduct post-award follow up. Maintain and independently apply knowledge of program guidelines and private foundation regulations as related to grants and evaluate requests accordingly. Provide oversight and guidance to the Program Assistant in the administration of the Sam Noble scholarship program, Noble Educational Fund scholarship program, and the Matching Grants program.

     

    Both roles will involve a moderate amount of budgeting, financial management, and analysis.

    Qualifications

    Bachelor's degree in Business, Public Administration, Non-profit Management or related field is required; or HS Diploma with a minimum of 8 years related experience in lieu of a degree is required. Experience in accounting or finance preferred. Experience working in a non-profit preferred.

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