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Development Coordinator

Boston Society for Architecture (BSA)

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About Boston Society for Architecture (BSA)

About the BSA:

The Boston Society for Architecture (BSA) is dedicated to supporting and promoting the profession of architecture and the transformative power of design to improve the built environment and people’s quality of life. The BSA impacts thousands of people, and works to build a better Boston by engaging communities, inspiring vision and provoking positive change.

All staff members share the following core responsibilities:

  • Provide outstanding service and ensure a welcoming culture for members, allies and guests.
  • Answer basic questions about benefits, services and programs. Provide member care and customer service responses to frequently asked questions.
  • Advocate for and communicate the importance of “design matters.”
  • Stay current on developments in architecture and your areas of responsibility.
  • Maintain a flexible and collaborative attitude, working with other staff on projects, events, duties and assignments as required

The position is a full-time, salaried position with excellent health-care, time-off, retirement and additional benefits. Salary is competitive and commensurate with experience.

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About This Position

The Boston Society for Architecture (BSA) seeks a Development Coordinator (DC) to join our twenty-two person staff. The DC plays an important role in coordinating key activities that will help the organization achieve its fundraising goals. This includes managing logistics related to meetings and communications with individual donors, corporate supporters and institutional funders; maintaining an up-to-date donor database and donor files, including donor acknowledgement, recognition, and pledge reminders; grants research and scheduling; and assisting with fundraising events. The DC will execute detailed tasks, while connecting them to organizational fundraising goals. He/she/they understand that excellent customer service, and a focus on relationship building is key to a successful fundraising program. Based on level of experience, the DC may serve as a thought partner in developing strategies to strengthen the BSA’s cultivation of individual, corporate and institutional prospects. Under the leadership of the BSA’s Managing Director of Advancement, the DC works with staff, donors and members, as well as volunteers and interns to carry out these efforts.

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