Wednesday, August 08, 2007

[Opportunity] Relationship Analyst - SeaChange Capital Partners

You might not know about SeaChange, but this New York Times article will help you understand the pedigree.

SeaChange is seeking a "Relationship Analyst", here are the details:

SeaChange Capital Partners is a new nonprofit established by former leaders of Goldman Sachs. Our mission is to enhance the flow of growth capital from wealthy donors to select high performing nonprofits and help contribute to the vital long-term effort of creating more efficient financial capital markets for the social sector. We intend to identify nonprofits with records of measurable success and to present opportunities for supporting them to a network of potential donors, including wealthy individuals, foundations, and others.

Job Summary:
The person we hire will be enthusiastic, self-motivated, and able, preferably someone who is fascinated by innovative philanthropy and the world of nonprofit organizations and who is keen to help nonprofits expand their contributions to society.

We are looking for a confident, energetic, articulate, and talented individual to work with the small but growing SeaChange staff. The person we hire will have a desire to grow personally and professionally, and will see this as an opportunity to learn about philanthropy and nonprofits and to develop important transferable skills.

This position requires the individual to work one-on-one and collaboratively with everyone involved in SeaChange, including our partners and other staff members, donors and potential donors, and nonprofit organizations. The individual must speak clearly and write quickly and well, must be analytical and organized, and must be facile with a computer and basic word-processing and other kinds of software.

Some of the regular responsibilities will include:
  • - Managing administrative needs like scheduling meetings and maintaining the staff calendar, updating a database of contacts, making travel arrangements, completing and submitting reimbursement vouchers and purchase orders, and assisting with research on a variety of projects, as well as answering the phone, sorting mail, and handling day-to-day office details;

  • - Managing and helping to build relationships with key donors, funders, and other outside supporters;

  • - Assisting with the creation of presentations (often using PowerPoint) for various audiences, including the Board of Directors, staff, donors, and others;

  • - Managing aspects of events hosted by SeaChange and other speaking engagements, and major fundraising events and trips; and

  • - Coordinating details associated with SeaChange Board Meetings, included scheduling meetings, handling correspondence with Board members and their assistants, creating advance materials; and creating presentations for meetings.

  • - Taking on projects that an investment banking analyst would be tasked with, as needed. While we need clerical and administrative help, we have much to do and need a superstar who will view this as a tremendous growth opportunity.

  • - B.A. or B.S. degree; preference for two years of similar work experience in a nonprofit, philanthropic, or business organization

  • - Meticulous proofreading skills

  • - Excellent written and oral communication and organizational skills

  • - Command of MS Office, including superior knowledge of PowerPoint and Excel; knowledge of Salesforce database or another contact management system desired

  • - Preference for someone familiar with nonprofit accounting basics and for someone able to perform simple calculations in Excel and other financial programs

  • - Demonstrated ability to work independently in a fast-paced environment, lead projects, meet deadlines, organize time and priorities, and work well as a member of a team

  • - A demonstrated passion for our work

  • - Creative thinking and diplomatic skills

  • - A demonstrated work ethic and a sense of humor

The firm is headquartered in South Norwalk, Connecticut. This position is for our Midtown Manhattan office in New York City. Unfortunately, we cannot offer to pay relocation costs for this position.

To Apply:
Send your cover letter and résumé to the attention of Tom Hyland and Sarah Chiles.


Interested in learning more about social enterprise? Take a browse through the Vancouver Social Enterprise Book Store (Vancouver United Kingdom United States) and see what other social entrepreneurs recommend reading. Tags for information about: for:vsef, Philanthropy, ESG, SeaChange


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