Careers at the American Technion Society

The American Technion Society provides critical support to the Technion-Israel Institute of Technology, ranked among the world’s leading science and technology universities. Become part of the team!

The ATS is an equal opportunity employer.

We are currently hiring for the following positions (click to expand):

Development Program Associate/Donor Relations (Newton, MA)

Background/Position Summary:
The American Technion Society supports visionary education and world-changing impact through the Technion-Israel Institute of Technology. Based in New York City, we represent thousands of US donors, alumni and stakeholders who invest in the Technion’s growth and innovation to advance critical research and technologies that serve the State of Israel and the global good. Over more than 75 years, our nationwide supporter network has funded new Technion scholarships, research, labs and facilities that have helped deliver world-changing contributions and extend Technion education to campuses on three continents.

ATS’s national office is housed in New York City. ATS employs a staff of 70 + that work remotely from satellite offices around the United States, including an office in Newton, MA that supports our fundraising efforts throughout New England.

The New England team is seeking a Development Program Associate to support the work of the Senior Director and Associate Director of Development in Boston and remotely for the Donor Relations and Stewardship department in the national office. This is an ideal position for an individual looking to join a strong development program with a successful track record. This position is a critical component as we enter the public phase of the Technion Global Campaign, a $1.8 billion international campaign, the biggest and most ambitious launch of an Israeli university.

Responsibilities:
Duties include, but are not limited to, the following:

• Develop and implement systems to facilitate a smooth functioning of the office with a focus on timely donor acknowledgements and data entry.
• Conduct individual donor, foundation and corporate fundraising research.
• Help plan and execute events including identifying venues and other relevant logistics in partnership with the New England fundraisers and the national Programs team.
• Assist with developing schedules and itineraries, including transportation and accommodations, for visiting Technion faculty.
• Manage an extensive calendar, prepare briefs, agendas, and correspondence for the New England fundraising team.
• Make all domestic and international arrangements for New England ATS staff.
• Prepare materials, reports, presentations, minutes, meeting summaries.
• Ensure well-coordinated relationships with colleagues and external parties, and interface with senior employees across the organization.
• Field telephone calls, and receive and direct visitors. Respond to voicemail and email communication from donors in a timely manner.
• Act as an administrator for the national Donor Relations and Stewardship team, assisting with various department projects to ensure efficient processes and coordination with all regions, specifically around high-level acknowledgement letters, donor/prospect visits to the Technion, database entry of stewardship requirements (historical and current), and overall department-related tasks.
• Participate in the implementation, planning, and coordination of special projects, strategic initiatives, and other related duties as needed.
• Perform administrative duties and other assignments as required.

Qualifications/Skills:
• Bachelor’s degree and/or its equivalent required.
• Minimum of 3 years experience in a non-profit fundraising/University development program setting preferred.
• Highly proficient in Microsoft Outlook, Word, Excel and PowerPoint. Mac background a plus. Blackbaud/Raiser’s Edge database experience preferred (training will be provided).
• Demonstrated excellence in a variety of competencies including teamwork, analytical thinking and client/customer awareness.
• Project management experience and/or event planning experience preferred.
• Knowledge of best practices in donor relations preferred.
• Excellent organizational, interpersonal, oral and written communication skills, including a high level of attention to detail, proactive/motivated self-starter and active listening skills.
• Ability to work independently in a dynamic team environment with a demonstrated ability to effectively partner with a diverse group of administrators.
• Capacity to work well with varying levels of management and be flexible in nature, while exercising independent decision-making and discretion. Experience speaking with donors a plus.
• Success with setting priorities, and work with diplomacy and efficiency in a high demand environment.
• Commitment to the vision and mission of the ATS.

Compensation:
This is a non-exempt position. The salary range is $55,000 – $65,000, depending upon prior relevant experience. ATS offers a generous benefits package.

How to Apply:
Please submit your resume and a one-page cover letter demonstrating your interest in this position via this link: https://workforcenow.adp.com/jobs/apply/posting.html?client=ats&ccId=19000101_000001&type=MP&lang=en_US

 

Development Program Associate (Chicago, IL)

Background/Position Summary:
The American Technion Society supports visionary education and world-changing impact through the Technion-Israel Institute of Technology. Based in New York City, we represent thousands of US donors, alumni and stakeholders who invest in the Technion’s growth and innovation to advance critical research and technologies that serve the State of Israel and the global good. Over more than 75 years, our nationwide supporter network has funded new Technion scholarships, research, labs and facilities that have helped deliver world-changing contributions and extend Technion education to campuses on three continents.

ATS employs a staff of 70 + that work in our national office and remotely from satellite offices around the United States, including an office in Chicago, IL that supports our fundraising efforts throughout the Central/Southern region.

The Central/Southern team is seeking a Development Program Associate to support the work of the Executive Director and Development team. This is an ideal position for an individual looking to join a strong development program with a successful track record. This position is a critical component of our work as we enter the public phase of the Technion Global Campaign, a $1.8 billion international campaign, the biggest and most ambitious launch of an Israeli university.

Responsibilities:
Duties include, but are not limited to, the following:

• Develop and implement systems to facilitate a smooth functioning of the office with a focus on timely donor acknowledgements and data entry.
• Conduct individual donor, foundation and corporate fundraising research.
• Help plan and execute events including identifying venues and other relevant logistics in partnership with the Central/Southern fundraisers and the national Programs team. On occasion, attend events in the evening to assist with registration.
• Assist with developing schedules and itineraries, including transportation and accommodations, for visiting Technion faculty.
• Manage an extensive calendar, prepare briefs, agendas, and correspondence for the Central/Southern fundraising team.
• Make all domestic and international arrangements for Central/Southern ATS staff.
• Prepare materials, reports, presentations, minutes, meeting summaries.
• Ensure well-coordinated relationships with colleagues and external parties, and interface with senior employees across the organization.
• Field telephone calls and receive and direct visitors. Respond to voicemail and email communication from donors in a timely manner.
• Participate in the implementation, planning, and coordination of special projects, strategic initiatives, and other related duties as needed.
• Maintain and order office supplies along with keeping literature stocked using the ATS Materials Ordering System.
• Perform administrative duties and other assignments as required.

Qualifications/Skills:
• Bachelor’s degree and/or its equivalent required.
• Minimum of 3 years experience in a non-profit fundraising/University development program setting preferred
• Highly proficient in Microsoft Outlook, Word, Excel and PowerPoint. Luminate and Mac background a plus. Database knowledge is mandatory and Blackbaud/Raiser’s Edge database experience preferred.
• Demonstrated excellence in a variety of competencies including teamwork, analytical thinking and client/customer awareness.
• Project management experience and/or event planning experience preferred.
• Excellent organizational, interpersonal, oral and written communication skills, including a high level of attention to detail and active listening skills.
• Ability to work independently in a dynamic team environment with a demonstrated ability to effectively partner with a diverse group of administrators.
• Capacity to work well with varying levels of management and be flexible in nature, while exercising independent decision-making and discretion. Experience speaking with donors a plus.
• Success with setting priorities, and work with diplomacy and efficiency in a highly demanding environment.
• Commitment to the vision and mission of the ATS.

Compensation:
This is a non-exempt position. The salary range is $55,000 – $65,000, depending upon prior relevant experience. ATS offers a generous benefits package.

How to Apply:
Please submit your resume and a one-page cover letter demonstrating your interest in this position via this link: https://workforcenow.adp.com/jobs/apply/posting.html?client=ats&ccId=19000101_000001&type=MP&lang=en_US

 

Regional Gift Officer/Associate Director (Bay Area & Northern California)

Background/Position Summary:
The American Technion Society supports visionary education and world-changing impact through the Technion-Israel Institute of Technology. Based in New York City, we represent thousands of US donors, alumni and stakeholders who invest in the Technion’s growth and innovation to advance critical research and technologies that serve the State of Israel and the global good. Over more than 75 years, our nationwide supporter network has funded new Technion scholarships, research, labs and facilities that have helped deliver world-changing contributions and extend Technion education to campuses on three continents.

Reporting to the Executive Director, Western Hub and Director of Development in the Bay Area, the Associate Director/Regional Gift Officer will help develop specific priority markets for the American Technion Society in this important community and function as an integral member of the ATS Western Hub, which also includes a staff presence in San Francisco, Los Angeles, San Diego and Seattle.

The Regional Gift Officer (RGO) will lead programmatic, fundraising and pipeline-building efforts to develop and grow the ATS presence in the Bay Area, focusing on Technion graduates, high tech professionals in Silicon Valley and other defined market segments. Given the interaction with alumni and other Israelis, Hebrew fluency is a requisite.

Central to the RGO role will be responsibility for soliciting annual gifts from assigned and in many cases newly qualified donors, providing meaningful touchpoints for philanthropic and leadership engagement with the American Technion Society, and developing creative and effective programmatic activities together with fellow gift officers and ATS colleagues.

Responsibilities:
Duties include, but are not limited to, the following:

• Develop and grow the American Technion Society’s current donor base in the Bay Area via pipeline activities – specifically focusing on identifying individuals who could make a meaningful annual gift and could develop into supporters able to give of $100,000 or more.
• Develop and manage a portfolio of prospects to grow to about 100 individuals.
• Participate in all aspects of the gift cycle.

o Initiate contacts to qualify new, potential leadership and major gift donors.
o Develop appropriate cultivation strategies for new and existing donors.
o Solicit annual gifts and above in support of ATS/Technion priorities, particularly the Technion Fund
o Develop and maintain effective stewardship, especially of newer donors
o Adhere to the highest ethical standards of conduct; demonstrate a spirit of perseverance, optimism and a positive attitude.

• Regularly qualify new prospects to determine their affinity for the Technion’s mission and propensity to contribute to ATS at the major gift level.
• Successfully complete 8-12 in-person meetings with ATS donors/prospects each month.
• Partner with staff and volunteer leadership to identify new donors, implement fundraising strategies, implement constituency-building programs and coordinate Technion/ATS VIP visits in the Bay Area area.
• Attend events related to technology, Israel and other relevant subject matters to network with potential donors and partner organizations, and to represent the ATS presence in the Bay Area.
• Utilize the ATS database to maintain accurate records of all donor interactions, individuals’ programmatic interests, trends in giving, and type of support to solicit.
• Travel twice yearly to the East Coast for ATS professional staff institutes; and participate on a new staff orientation visit to the Technion campus in Haifa, Israel.
• Potentially support Technion alumni and key market outreach in other communities in the Western Hub 3-4 times a year; some other local travel may also be required.

Qualifications/Skills:
• BA/BS required.
• Hebrew speaking proficiency; Hebrew writing working knowledge is a plus.
• At least three (3) years of fundraising experience in a higher education, research or advocacy organization, or in a setting that advances science and technology.
• Team player spirit is a must.
• Knowledge of the Bay Area tech community, Israeli/Technion alumni presence in Silicon Valley and demonstrated success building relationships with these markets.
• Ability to understand and effectively communicate the Technion’s unique role in Israel and within the Israeli technology industry with clarity and a demonstrated passion for the organization’s mission.
• Excellent decision-making skills and demonstrated ability to independently implement fundraising strategies.
• Entrepreneurial, self-motivated, and able to thrive in a fast-paced environment.
• Very strong and written communication skills.

Compensation:
This is an exempt position. The salary range is $90,000 – $100,000, depending upon prior relevant experience. ATS offers a generous benefits package.

How to Apply:
Please submit your resume and a one-page cover letter demonstrating your interest in this position via this link: https://workforcenow.adp.com/jobs/apply/posting.html?client=ats&ccId=19000101_000001&type=MP&lang=en_US

 

Regional Gift Officer/Associate Director (Los Angeles)

Background/Position Summary:
The American Technion Society supports visionary education and world-changing impact through the Technion-Israel Institute of Technology. Based in New York City, we represent thousands of US donors, alumni and stakeholders who invest in the Technion’s growth and innovation to advance critical research and technologies that serve the State of Israel and the global good. Over more than 75 years, our nationwide supporter network has funded new Technion scholarships, research, labs and facilities that have helped deliver world-changing contributions and extend Technion education to campuses on three continents.

Reporting to the Senior Director of Development in Los Angeles, the Regional Gifts Officer/Associate Director in the Los Angeles office will help develop priority markets for the American Technion Society in this important community together with a team of four fundraising professionals and two administrative colleagues.

The Regional Gift Officer (RGO) will lead programmatic, fundraising and pipeline-building efforts to develop and grow the ATS presence in Los Angeles, focusing on specific geographies, demographic segments and other defined cohorts.

Central to the RGO role will be responsibility for soliciting annual gifts from assigned and in many cases newly qualified donors, providing meaningful touchpoints for philanthropic and leadership engagement with the American Technion Society, and developing creative and effective programmatic activities together with fellow gift officers and ATS colleagues.

Responsibilities:
Duties include, but are not limited to, the following:

• Develop and grow the American Technion Society’s current donor base in Los Angeles via pipeline activities – specifically focusing on identifying individuals who could give at least $5,000 annually and could develop into supporters able to give of $100,000 or more.
• Develop and manage a portfolio of prospects to grow to about 100 individuals.
• Participate in all aspects of the gift cycle.

o Initiate contacts to qualify new, potential leadership and major gift donors.
o Develop appropriate cultivation strategies for new and existing donors.
o Solicit gifts of $5,000 and above in support of ATS/Technion priorities.
o Develop and maintain effective stewardship, especially of newer donors.
o Adhere to the highest ethical standards of conduct; demonstrate a spirit of perseverance, optimism and a positive attitude.

• Regularly qualify new prospects to determine their affinity for the Technion’s mission and propensity to contribute to ATS at the major gift level.
• Successfully complete 8-12 in-person meetings with ATS donors/prospects each month.
• Partner with staff and volunteer leadership to identify new donors, implement fundraising strategies, implement constituency-building programs and coordinate Technion/ATS VIP visits in the Los Angeles area.
• Attend events related to technology, Israel and other relevant subject matters to network with potential donors and partner organizations, and to represent the ATS presence in LA.
• Utilize the ATS database to maintain accurate records of all donor interactions, individuals’ programmatic interests, trends in giving, and type of support to solicit.
• Travel twice yearly to the East Coast for ATS professional staff institutes; and participate on a new staff orientation visit to the Technion campus in Haifa, Israel.
• Some other local travel may also be required.
• Commitment to the vision and mission of the ATS.

Qualifications/Skills:
• BA/BS required.
• At least three (3) years of fundraising experience in a higher education, research or advocacy organization, or in a setting that advances science and technology.
• Team player spirit is a must.
• Knowledge of the Los Angeles philanthropic market, and demonstrated success cultivating and personally soliciting charitable gifts.
• Ability to understand and effectively communicate the Technion’s unique role in Israel and within the Israeli technology industry with clarity and a demonstrated passion for the organization’s mission.
• Excellent decision-making skills and demonstrated ability to independently implement fundraising strategies.
• Entrepreneurial, self-motivated, and able to thrive in a fast-paced environment.
• Very strong oral and written communication skills.

Compensation:
This is an exempt position. The salary range is $90,000 – $100,000, depending upon prior relevant experience. ATS offers a generous benefits package.

How to Apply:
Please submit your resume and a one-page cover letter demonstrating your interest in this position via this link: https://workforcenow.adp.com/jobs/apply/posting.html?client=ats&ccId=19000101_000001&type=MP&lang=en_US

 

Regional Gift Officer/Associate Director (Western Hub - Greater Los Angeles & Southern California)

Background/Position Summary:
The American Technion Society supports visionary education and world-changing impact through the Technion-Israel Institute of Technology. Based in New York City, we represent thousands of US donors, alumni and stakeholders who invest in the Technion’s growth and innovation to advance critical research and technologies that serve the State of Israel and the global good. Over more than 75 years, our nationwide supporter network has funded new Technion scholarships, research, labs and facilities that have helped deliver world-changing contributions and extend Technion education to campuses on three continents.

Reporting to the Senior Director of Development in Los Angeles, the Regional Gifts Officer/Associate Director will help develop priority markets for the American Technion Society in Greater Los Angeles, with specific focus areas including the San Fernando Valley, Orange County and Palos Verde. As the Associate Director progresses in the job, the role will also include leading ATS efforts in at least one additional community such as Dallas, Denver or Las Vegas. The successful candidate will be an integral member of the ATS Western Hub, which also includes a staff presence in Los Angeles, San Francisco Bay Area, San Diego and Seattle.

The Regional Gift Officer (RGO) will lead programmatic, fundraising and pipeline-building efforts to develop and grow the ATS presence in the communities mentioned above, focusing on key demographic segments and other defined cohorts in these geographies.

Central to the RGO role will be responsibility for soliciting annual gifts from assigned and in many cases newly qualified donors, providing meaningful touchpoints for philanthropic and leadership engagement with the American Technion Society, and developing creative and effective programmatic activities together with fellow gift officers and ATS colleagues.

Responsibilities:
Duties include, but are not limited to, the following:
• Develop and grow the American Technion Society’s current donor base in Greater Los Angeles via pipeline activities – specifically focusing on identifying individuals who could give at least $5,000 annually and could develop into supporters able to give of $100,000 or more.
• Develop and manage a portfolio of prospects to grow to about 100 individuals, which will eventually include supporters in at least one other community as highlighted above.
• Participate in all aspects of the gift cycle.

o Initiate contacts to qualify new, potential leadership and major gift donors.
o Develop appropriate cultivation strategies for new and existing donors.
o Solicit gifts of $5,000 and above in support of ATS/Technion priorities.
o Develop and maintain effective stewardship, especially of newer donors.
o Adhere to the highest ethical standards of conduct; demonstrate a spirit of perseverance, optimism and a positive attitude.

• Regularly qualify new prospects to determine their affinity for the Technion’s mission and propensity to contribute to ATS at the major gift level.
• Successfully complete 8-12 in-person meetings with ATS donors/prospects each month.
• Partner with staff and volunteer leadership to identify new donors, implement fundraising strategies, implement constituency-building programs and coordinate Technion/ATS VIP visits in the Greater Los Angeles area and other communities.
• Attend events related to technology, Israel and other relevant subject matters to network with potential donors and partner organizations, and to represent the ATS presence in the target communities.
• Utilize the ATS database to maintain accurate records of all donor interactions, individuals’ programmatic interests, trends in giving, and type of support to solicit.
• Travel twice yearly to the East Coast for ATS professional staff institutes; and participate on a new staff orientation visit to the Technion campus in Haifa, Israel.
• Eventually help grow ATS’ presence in one other major city that is part of the Western Hub such as Dallas, Denver or Las Vegas; some other local travel may also be required.

Qualifications/Skills:
• BA/BS required.
• At least three (3) years of fundraising experience in a higher education, research or advocacy organization, or in a setting that advances science and technology.
• Team player spirit is a must.
• Knowledge of the Greater Los Angeles philanthropic market, and demonstrated success cultivating and personally soliciting charitable gifts.
• Ability to understand and effectively communicate the Technion’s unique role in Israel and within the Israeli technology industry with clarity and a demonstrated passion for the organization’s mission.
• Excellent decision-making skills and demonstrated ability to independently implement fundraising strategies.
• Entrepreneurial, self-motivated, and able to thrive in a fast-paced environment.
• Very strong oral and written communication skills.
• Commitment to the vision and mission of the ATS.

Compensation:
This is an exempt position. The salary range is $90,000 – $100,000, depending upon prior relevant experience. ATS offers a generous benefits package.

How to Apply:
Please submit your resume and a one-page cover letter demonstrating your interest in this position via this link: https://workforcenow.adp.com/jobs/apply/posting.html?client=ats&ccId=19000101_000001&type=MP&lang=en_US

 

HR Manager (Part Time)

Background/Position Summary:
The American Technion Society supports visionary education and world-changing impact through the Technion-Israel Institute of Technology. Based in New York City, we represent thousands of US donors, alumni and stakeholders who invest in the Technion’s growth and innovation to advance critical research and technologies that serve the State of Israel and the global good. Over more than 75 years, our nationwide supporter network has funded new Technion scholarships, research, labs and facilities that have helped deliver world-changing contributions and extend Technion education to campuses on three continents.

The part time HR Manager will support our 75-person organization by helping to administer our benefits and bi-weekly exempt and non-exempt multi-state payroll and ensure our documentation and systems are compliant with relevant laws. Additional responsibilities will encompass support on a variety of projects such as: rolling out ADP Workforce Now modules, implementing an online performance management system, introducing health and wellness initiatives, developing an employee engagement survey, and making updates to our employee policies. This is an ideal position for a motivated self-starter who wants to be part of an employee centric culture. The HR Manager will engage with all staff across our organization on a wide variety of HR responsibilities and special projects.

Responsibilities:
Duties include, but are not limited to, the following:
• Assist HR Director with research and facilitate implementation of new or enhanced HR initiatives and benefit programs, striving to make these programs competitive in the local market and attractive to our staff.
• Recommend new approaches and policies/procedures to effect continual improvements in the efficiency of the HR department and services provided to all staff in order to attract, engage and retain top talent.
• Develop relationships with vendors and respond to inquiries from employees regarding payroll, time off and all benefits (medical, dental, insurance, retirement, flexible spending, transit chek, etc.).
• Support the safekeeping and maintenance of all confidential payroll and HR related documentation.
• Help to coordinate new hire and termination processes in coordination with Organizational Development staff.
• Performs other related duties as assigned.

Qualifications/Skills:
• Bachelor’s degree and/or equivalent work experience and knowledge of HR best practices.
• Two to four years of HR generalist experience required, preferably in a not for profit organization.
• SHRM CP or similar certification is preferred.
• Experience with ADP Workforce Now is preferred.
• Intermediate experience in Microsoft Word (mail merging) & Excel (formulas).
• Sound judgment and high personal standards regarding confidentiality.
• Strong interpersonal skills and ability to interact and work with staff across the organization.
• Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
• Ability to work independently and in a team environment.
• Strong organizational skills and attention to detail.
• Able to work in deadline driven role with a well-developed sense of urgency.
• Commitment to the mission of ATS.

Schedule & Compensation:
This is a non-exempt position, working 15-20 hours per week with flexible days and times. The salary range is $30.00 – $35.00 hourly, depending upon prior relevant experience.

How to Apply:
Please submit your resume and a one-page cover letter demonstrating your interest in this position via this link: https://workforcenow.adp.com/jobs/apply/posting.html?client=ats&ccId=19000101_000001&type=MP&lang=en_US

 

Marketing Manager (New York, NY)

Background/Position Summary:
The American Technion Society supports visionary education and world-changing impact through the Technion-Israel Institute of Technology. Based in New York City, we represent thousands of US donors, alumni and stakeholders who invest in the Technion’s growth and innovation to advance critical research and technologies that serve the State of Israel and the global good. Over more than 75 years, our nationwide supporter network has funded new Technion scholarships, research, labs and facilities that have helped deliver world-changing contributions and extend Technion education to campuses on three continents.

The marketing team is seeking a Marketing Manager to report to the Chief Marketing Officer. The marketing department works to conceive, shape, and integrate innovative and effective marketing and communication strategies that will 1) grow the ATS donor base and lead generation in order to “feed the major donor pipeline;” 2) support the fundraisers’ efforts; 3) help retain donors; 4) amplify the Technion’s brand in the US. The department also works with internal and corporate communications to help ensure brand quality and consistency.

Playing a visible role in the organization, the Marketing Manager serves as the point person for ATS staff on day-to-day requests, and to help conceptualize and shape new efforts as requested. The successful candidate is central to the department, serving as overall project manager to ensure timely completion of deliverables.

Working with a variety of vendors and freelancers, the Marketing Manager will be tasked with seamless implementation and will need to possess basic digital and design skills in order to assess and manage external vendors, and to be able to complete the work in-house as needed. S/he will be a versatile marketer and comfortable working in print, digital, direct response and press landscapes.

ATS is undertaking a website redesign over the course of the next nine months. The Marketing Manager will lead this project through to successful launch including a post-launch testing plan.

The ideal candidate will be a process-driven professional who thrives in creating order and managing people and systems. S/he will be naturally collaborative with a deep understanding of marketing and fundraising principles and best practices.

Responsibilities:
Duties include, but are not limited to, the following:

Management
• Build efficiency and capacity of the marketing department
• Create and maintain annual department calendar
• Run weekly department meetings; manage workflows
• Project manage department activities
• Manage collateral tracking and fulfillment
• Field day-to-day staff requests and ensure timely completion
• Manage direct response agency
• Manage data requests and liaise with mail houses
• Create lead generation plans and manage implementation
• Develop processes to support Programs department
• Manage and evaluate vendors and freelancers

Reporting
• Create and synthesize monthly/quarterly Marketing Department reports (digital and revenue) in collaboration with data department to facilitate strategic decision making
• Review vendor reports for accuracy
• Analyze data and communicate takeaways with relevant stakeholders

Digital
• Serve as point person for website from updates to design to reporting
• Oversee email program from planning to implementation to reporting
• Act as email trainer and admin support for staff
• Manage online fundraising program from planning to donation form implementation
• Working with data department, manage constituent data in Luminate CRM
• Manage UTM builder to ensure accuracy in reporting
• Manage process for data integration from Cvent to Luminate and Raiser’s Edge
• Manage Programs software CVENT (set-up, testing, reporting)

Misc/back-up
• Serve as back-up for the Graphic Designer/Marketing Generalist
• Support organization to assist with creating process and systems in order to build efficiency
• Copywriting, copyediting, proofreading support

Qualifications/Skills:
• BA/BS
• 5+ years experience
• Strong project management skills and understanding of how to manage the priorities of multiple stakeholders in a complex environment
• Exceptional organizational skills
• Superior communication (verbal and written) skills
• Strong partnering/teamwork values and works with a high degree of integrity and professionalism
• Demonstrated success managing freelances/vendors
• 1+ year experience in email marketing
• Aptitude for data and experience creating KPIs and reports to track them
• Familiarity with HTML, WordPress (or other CMS)
• Strong excel skills required
• Ability to learn quickly and troubleshoot cumbersome systems and create efficiencies
• Familiarity with Adobe Creative Suite
• Experience working with regional and/or satellite offices a plus
• Experience with direct mail a plus
• Interest in and commitment to Technion’s mission

Compensation:
This is an exempt position. The salary range is $70,000 – $85,000, depending upon prior relevant experience. ATS offers a generous benefits package.

How to Apply:
Please submit your resume and a one-page cover letter demonstrating your interest in this position via this link: https://workforcenow.adp.com/jobs/apply/posting.html?client=ats&ccId=19000101_000001&type=MP&lang=en_US