The Rivkin Center is a 501c3 non-profit organization based in Seattle, WA. The mission of the Rivkin Center is to improve women’s health by helping them prevent, detect early, and survive ovarian and breast cancer. We do this by investing in cutting-edge research to prevent and cure ovarian cancer, a deadly and underfunded disease; educating women to prevent and detect ovarian and breast cancer as early as possible; and fostering an ever-growing community of survivors, patients, researchers, clinicians, advocates and supporters. We envision a world where women live longer and healthier lives because their cancers are prevented, caught early, or cured.
The Rivkin Center continues to grow its commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion throughout its work. Shared in all PAC-12 universities, diverse communities and companies throughout the west coast, our education program will begin using a revised curriculum in 2022 to provide more population-specific information about these two cancers with a more intentional effort to reach new communities and form new partnerships.
This new position works with organization leadership – CEO, CDO and CFO – to improve and/or establish systems, policies and procedures for the organization. This position requires past experience supporting the general operations of small workplace, basic accounting practices and deep proficiency with a CRM tool – ideally Raiser’s Edge, our existing database. The Rivkin Center currently supports a hybrid working environment; it is expected that this person will be in the office on Tuesdays and Thursdays with other key members of the team and then working remotely the remainder of their hours. This position reports to the CEO.
Business operations (50% of role)
- Support improvement of existing systems and development of new systems to ensure organizational efficiency
- Manage all check processing, reoccurring credit card donations and online donation tools
- Manage required coding, documentation and tracking for payroll, PTO, credit cards, and expenses
- Coordinate with and run monthly reports for contract CFO and outside accounting firm
- Help CEO track all annual city, county, state and federal filings and gather annual information for employee benefits
- Support CEO with tasks, scheduling, meeting preparation
- Provide general office management
Fund Development (50% of role)
- Provide support for events, including annual run and auction
- Lead and manage financial reporting and reconciliation efforts after major events
- Lead improvement and maintenance of Raiser’s Edge, our CRM
- Manage Blackbaud database
- Process donor thank you notes
- Run reports for analysis and to inform budget and annual report
- Help ensure Guidestar and Charity Navigator profiles are current
EXPERIENCE AND SKILLS
- 5 years of experience in operations, especially at a nonprofit
- Non-negotiable – Must have deep proficiency with a CRM tool. Ideally, candidate has worked with Raiser’s Edge and Blackbaud database and services
- Ability to work independently as well as in a team environment
- Superior problem-solving and analytical skills
- Excellent organizational and time-management skills
- Strong computer skills, including MS Office, Sharepoint and Zoom
THE IDEAL CANDIDATE IS COMFORTABLE WITH …
- Being the first person to hold this role and navigating the unknowns
- Creating systems for improved organizational efficiency and accuracy
- Training leadership/team how to use new or improved systems
- Self-directing and prioritizing with limited direction
- Working in a team culture where members of all levels have multiple roles and varied responsibilities
- Part-time employee, 25 hours per week – $30/hour
- No benefits, except Seattle Paid Sick and Safe Time
- Must be willing to work occasional nights/weekends
- Located in Seattle, WA
Please send cover letter and resume to Molly O’Connor, email@example.com. While this position will remain open until filled, priority will be given to applicants who submit their information by EOD Friday, Feb. 4th.
The Rivkin Center provides equal employment opportunity (EEO) to all persons regardless of age, color, national origin, citizenship status, physical or mental disability, race, religion, creed, gender, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity and/or expression, genetic information, marital status, status with regard to public assistance, veteran status, or any other characteristic that is protected by federal, state, or local law.