Prospect Development Analyst

  • Full Time
  • Ohio (Remote)
  • Salary Range: $48,000 - $57,000 Salary/year

Website Planned Parenthood of Greater Ohio

As a socially responsible health care employer and provider, we require our associates to show proof of annual influenza and COVID-19 vaccinations unless approved exemption is provided. An approved exemption from COVID-19 vaccination will require weekly testing for the Associate. Additional information will be provided by HR upon hire.

 

Planned Parenthood of Greater Ohio is seeking mission-minded Associates to join us as a full time (37.5 per week) Prospect Development Analyst on our Development team.

 

SUMMARY

The Prospect Development Analyst supports Planned Parenthood of Greater Ohio (PPGOH) and Planned Parenthood Advocates of Ohio (PPAO) fundraising initiatives by identifying, researching, and analyzing prospects for annual, mid, major, and planned gift cultivation and solicitation. This position reports to and receives direction from the Senior Director of Development Operations. Successful candidates will be familiar with the Association of Professional Researchers for Advancement (APRA) skill set and statement of ethics. A background in research, fundraising, library science or related experiences would be beneficial but are not necessary as would knowledge and use of the Raiser’s Edge database.

 

WHY YOU SHOULD JOIN?

Our Mission

We protect, promote, and provide empowered health care for people throughout Ohio.

We respect and honor all people
We are committed to a diverse and inclusive environment for patients and staff
We provide health care – without judgment
We maintain responsible business practices
We regularly demonstrate our shared organizational workplace values and standards in order to educate and care for the communities that we serve

BENEFITS

Paid Time Off
Paid Parental Leave
Medical 90% employer-paid base medical plans for single coverage
Dental
Vision 100% employer paid
Life Insurance 100% employer paid
Accidental Death & Disability 100% employer paid
Long Term/Short Term Disability 100% employer paid
401(k) with matching employer contribution up to 4%
Nine (9) paid holidays per year

WHAT YOU WILL DO

Develops and determines research project strategy and development officers regarding the best strategy and possible resources.
Provides research-based counsel and analysis to development officers regarding cultivation and solicitation strategy. Meets with assigned development officers regularly to review prospects and projects and/or to provide detailed briefings on prospects.
Coordinates, organize, and participates in monthly prospect strategy meeting with development officers and staff members. Collaborates with development officers on proactive prospect identification and qualification and makes recommendations concerning prospect opportunities. Analyzes and assesses data requirements and resources.
Researches, gathers, analyzes, synthesizes, and interprets biographical and financial information on individuals, corporations, and foundations, based on the development staff’s fundraising strategies and objectives. Analyzes a variety of information to identify trends and patterns. Compares and evaluates verified and extrapolated data and determines appropriate utilization of knowledge. Assesses prospect’s giving capability, philanthropic tendencies and practices, and reasonable potential solicitors.
Identifies and profiles potential corporate, foundation, and individual donors. Assists with qualifying potential corporate, foundation, and/or individual donors. Identifies new fundraising prospects by keeping abreast of current news and industry trends.
Prepares briefing documents for staff and volunteer solicitors.
Updates and maintains non-gift information on prospects and donors in the Raisers Edge, including clipping relevant newspaper and journal articles, researching internet databases as well as entering contact and meeting notes for donors and prospects.
Remains current and fully informed on prospect research trends and available resources in the field.
Analyze data and organize and maintain analyses and reports for regular, systematic dissemination and, upon request, retrieval of archived information.
Assists with prompt and appropriate entry and acknowledgement of gifts as needed and when available.

WHAT YOU WILL BRING

Bachelor’s degree (B. A.) from four-year college or university; or two or more years related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience.
Strong computer skills and demonstrated background in Internet-based research.
Experience working with a relational database strongly preferred.
1-2 years’ experience with donor databases required (Raiser’s Edge preferred).
1-2 years’ experience with wealth screening tools (ResearchPoint or Wealth Engine preferred).
Knowledge of Microsoft Office suite of products, including Excel, Outlook, Word, PowerPoint.
Ability to download and export information between systems.
Strong aptitude for logical thinking and problem solving, particularly in relation with working with large datasets
Demonstrated ability to work independently, prioritize work, and independently manage multiple, diverse and competing priorities while meeting deadlines.
Strong project management skills and problem-solving skills and demonstrated ability to work in a demanding environment.
Ability to recall, recognize and communicate interrelated information pertaining to PPGOH and PPAO benefactors and prospects.
Outstanding attention to detail with superior time and project management skills.
Strong team orientation, a dedicated work ethic and a positive and professional attitude.

PROMISE TO OUR ASSOCIATES

 

Planned Parenthood has served Ohioans with safe, accessible, and affordable health care for 100 years and welcomed more than 100,000 patient visits to our health centers in 2020. Every day, we fight to provide this care to everyone, no matter their income level, insurance status, zip code, color, creed, or country of origin.

 

As a mission-driven health care provider, Planned Parenthood is dedicated to ending health disparities and achieving health equity among all races. We work on all levels through our health centers, educational programming, and public policy to make the greatest impact on the communities we serve.

 

In order to become the leading organization for high quality reproductive health care, we continuously strive to create a supportive work environment that results in a positive experience for patients and associates alike. We find this support in our In This Together workplace values and service standards that bring associates together and foster an inclusive culture.

 

Planned Parenthood of Greater Ohio (PPGOH) is an equal opportunity employer. We care for our business by ensuring that all of our decisions regarding the employment relationship, including the terms, conditions, and privileges of employment, are in accordance with our principles of equal opportunity.

 

As a matter of PPGOH policy we affirm that we respect and honor all people and we will not discriminate against employees or applicants for employment on the basis of sex (including pregnancy, childbirth, breastfeeding, or related medical conditions), gender, gender identity, gender expression, race, color, ethnicity, religion, national origin, ancestry, age, disability, medical condition, genetic information, marital status, sexual orientation, political affiliation, military and veteran status, or any other legally protected characteristic.

 

In addition to the above commitments, PPGOH seeks to have employees that reflect the broad diversity of those that we serve and we encourage all who are ready to be In This Together to apply.

To apply for this job email your details to leah.pike@ppoh.org