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Donor Services Coordinator
Marcus JCC of Atlanta
5342 Tilly Mill Rd
Dunwoody, GA 30338

Principal Responsibilities:

The Marcus Jewish Community Center of Atlanta (MJCCA) is among the largest Jewish community centers in the world! The MJCCA is a thriving, dynamic, ever changing organization serving over 60,000 people each year. The MJCCA's modern, multi-purpose Zaban Campus sits on 52 acres in Dunwoody where people across all generations participate in every possible kind of program that helps people meet their newest lifelong friends, learn new skills and enhance their overall quality of life.If you join our 500 full- and part-time family of staff members, you will be part of an amazing agency that has been voted as a Top 100 Workplace for 7 years in a row.

This is a Full-Time position, Monday-Friday with some additional late nights and weekends. You'll report to the Director of Annual Giving but be part of an energetic and self-motivated team. The MJCCA provides eligible employees a benefits package including, but not limited to, FREE MEMBERSHIP (awesome fitness center and classes!) medical and dental insurance, 403(b), paid holidays (including Jewish holidays), personal days and sick days - and friendship with your colleagues!. Find out more by visiting our website at www.atlantajcc.org.

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ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

Full-time development operations and database coordinator position. The Donor Services Coordinator will work with a strong team to manage the Raiser's Edge database, as well as the MJCCA's CRM database. Knowledge of Raiser's Edge is essential to the day to day functions of this position. Responsibilities include:

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Agency Information:

Impacting more than 55,000 people annually, the Marcus Jewish Community Center of Atlanta is welcoming to people of all faiths, ages, and backgrounds. One hundred years ago, Jews with vastly fewer resources than today built a Jewish Community Center in Atlanta. With little more than their passion for a better life, they built a safe, secure, and vibrant community center for their families and for all of the Jewish Atlanta families who followed.

The MJCCA has always given the community a place to gather and connect with friends and family through meaningful programs and much-needed services. For 100 years, the MJCCA has turned everyday minutes into Jewish moments that are remembered for a lifetime.