Careers

Thank you for your interest in joining our RMHC of Central Texas team. To apply, please submit a cover letter, resume, and 3 references to careers@rmhc-ctx.org and include the position you are applying for in the subject line.

Donor Database Manager The Donor Database Manager is a full-time, salaried position and reports to the Capital Campaign Director. The primary responsibility of the Donor Database Manager is to ensure accurate and timely processing of information regarding donors and volunteers into the database. The Donor Database Manager processes and codes all gifts to include annual giving, special events, direct mail, and e-appeals. Additionally, the Donor Database Manager is responsible for supporting the Development and Communication team’s efforts with gift and donor analysis, reporting, lists and queries and assisting the Capital Campaign Director with Raiser’s Edge database administration and stewardship of donors. With exciting growth on RMHC CTX’s horizon, this position will play a critical role in expanding our donor relationships.

Development Manager – Corporate and Community EngagementThe Development Manager is a full-time salaried position reporting to the Director of Development and Communications (DDC).  The Development Manager is a strategic thinker responsible for assisting the organization in reaching its overall fundraising goals by managing a portfolio of major and annual fund donors, serving as the lead staff for the Austin-based Bandana Ball including oversight of the Bandana Ball volunteer event committees and by serving as the lead relationship manager for corporations and 3rd party fundraising contacts.  The Development Manager also participates in every part of the fundraising continuum including prospect identification, donor research, cultivation, solicitation and overall general stewardship of donors at all levels; including but not limited to individuals, corporate, community leaders and foundations.

 

 

WHAT WE DO

Providing comfort and support to families with sick children

 

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