LSI is seeking a mission-driven professional who will raise funds to increase our community impact for some of the most vulnerable children, families and individuals in Iowa. We are in search of a candidate who has both a strong passion or interest in changing lives through compassionate service and who has strong experience in relationship-based fundraising, primarily in securing gifts from individuals or families.
Candidates must be highly self-motivated, goal-oriented and collaborative in a team environment. Preferred candidates will have a successful background in securing major gifts and planned gifts from individuals, bachelor’s degree and minimum of two years experience in development (professional fundraising experience) or related field such as sales or marketing.
We are looking for a person with the passion for using data and technology to improve the lives of others. Collaborate with other departments to analyze data and develop visualizations, metrics, and dashboards to support business goals*Create and manage data sets to support the rapid development of agency metrics and dashboards, create and manage descriptive metadata for data sets used for business intelligence, maintain and update ETL processes that move and transform data into different data stores, create or consume web service APIs to enhance reporting capabilities and maintain Ubuntu Linux servers and existing Ruby on Rails applications.
Strong verbal and written communication skills. programming and development experience (although strict software development is not the focus of our team), ability to write and understand SQL. You should be comfortable writing things like joins and nested queries. You should also be familiar with things like views, indexes, and stored procedures. Must possess an Associates or Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science, Computer Programming, Mathematics, Statistics or related area.
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Job Title: ICAP Member
UNI is now hiring an Iowa College AmeriCorps Program (ICAP) member that will help provide coordination and ease of access to programs that are tied to the efforts of UNI’s strategic plan. Specifically, the ICAP member will focus on capacity building for student community engagement opportunities, as well as develop new programs and opportunities that enhance student civic awareness.
For questions, please contact Kristina Kofoot
or call 273-4507. To read more information on this opportunity, please click here