The Development Administrative Assistant is an integral member of the Capital Campaign team reporting to the Executive Director and campaign consultant. This individual also works in tandem with the Development staff and Campaign leadership. The Administrative Assistant will act as chief liaison between the Retreat House staff and Development team leadership. This person must maintain all giving history and pledge status information in strict confidence. This is a full-time, temporary position for 35-40 hours over the course of 4-6 months to support the Capital Campaign.
The Development Administrative Assistant is responsible for the following activities:
Preparation and distribution of all Campaign mailings, reports, pledge reminders, thank you letters, late payment notices, etc.
Attendance of meetings of the campaign committees, take notes and distribute minutes.
Reminder calls and/or mailing notices to all meeting attendees.
Preparation of materials and refreshments for meetings as needed.
Follow-up with committee members regarding assigned tasks and completion dates.
Data entry, maintenance, and management of all Campaign pledge information and gifts received in accordance with established database procedures.
Inventory management and control of supplies and literature.
Weekly follow-up calls to volunteers and preparation of status reports.
Coordination of cultivation and group solicitation functions, including interaction with event hosts.
Placement of follow-up calls to prospective volunteers.
Participation in volunteer training sessions, if requested.
Communication with/response to donors, as needed.
Interaction with vendors, staff and other individuals necessary for the successful completion of Campaign tasks.
About Bellarmine Jesuit Retreat House
Bellarmine Jesuit Retreat House is part of the Society of Jesus, commonly called the Jesuits, which is the largest religious order of the Catholic Church and serves in 112 nations on 6 continents with over 20,000 priests and brothers. The Society of Jesus was founded by St. Ignatius of Loyola.
Bellarmine is one of many Jesuit retreat houses across the world. The team at Bellarmine is committed to fostering the spiritual the spiritual development of Catholics and other people of faith through a variety of retreats and contemporary spirituality programs.
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