About the Organization
This is an exciting time in MUW’s 65-year history. We are in the first year of a 5-year strategic plan aimed at addressing our region’s most pressing needs. Through research conducted by MUW, the NH Charitable Foundation and the NH Public Policy Institute, we learned that MUW and its partners are poised to create positive, measurable change in these areas:
- Children: Community children live in safe, nurturing, healthy homes and communities.
- Education: Community members receive an education that enables them to achieve their fullest potential.
- Financial stability: Community members have the financial resources they need to live healthy, happy, and productive lives.
- Basic needs: Community members have access to food, shelter, heat, and transportation. MUW believes these are foundational needs that support the focus areas above.
In addition, we learned that regions across the country have stronger, more lasting effects when communities come together to address social problems using evidence-based practices in a systems-based investment approach called “Impact.” MUW is embracing impactful investing to achieve long-term, lasting change for our region.
About the Monadnock Region of NH
The Monadnock Region is a beautiful, Currier-and-Ives corner of New Hampshire – known for its beauty, access to outdoor activities, vibrant arts culture, and excellent cuisine. This region is also known for its generosity and commitment to community. People in this region give freely of their time, talents and treasure to ensure that everyone has the opportunity to thrive. As a result, the Monadnock United Way sits at the top of the scale nationally for funds raised per capita within the UW system. The Major Gifts Manager will be joining a vibrant and supportive community with opportunities to grow personally and professionally.
Monadnock United Way is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
About the Job
The Database Manager is an integral member of the MUW team, using his/her/their experience to update and maintain a highly valuable database for donor cultivation. The successful candidate enjoys all things database and appreciates clear processes to ensure that reports are accurate and helpful. The candidate also pays high attention to detail and enjoys working with financial staff to reconcile data together.
The Database Manager is responsible for recording donations: updating and maintaining MUW’s donor database to track gift/financial and contact information on donors and prospects. The Database Manager also serves as lead system administrator, identifying database capabilities and how to use them to support fundraising efforts. The Database Manager supports the internal team by identifying and running regular reports, managing technology access, and training. This position reports to the President.