Want to play your part in protecting our local communities from the impacts of climate change? Want to be part of a talented, deeply committed, and national award-winning conservation organization? Then please read on! Sonoma Land Trust (SLT) is looking for a Philanthropy Operations Associate, a key position that supports the philanthropy team in developing queries, reporting, financial reconciliations, pulling mailing lists and ensuring information is current in Virtuous, the donor database. The Philanthropy Operations Associate is responsible for processing and acknowledging gifts, and providing various reports and communication to donors, and the philanthropy and finance teams.
SLT serves a diverse audience with broad cultural heritages, socioeconomic backgrounds, genders, and orientations. We encourage applications from candidates who reflect and value the audiences and populations we serve.
The Philanthropy Operations Associate is a key position on the philanthropy team at Sonoma Land Trust, working closely with the Philanthropy Database Administrator to manage the Land Trust’s Virtuous donor database. The Philanthropy Operations Associate is responsible for processing and acknowledging gifts and providing various reports and communication to donors, the philanthropy team, and the finance team. This position supports the philanthropy team in developing queries, reporting, financial reconciliations, pulling mailing lists and ensuring information in the donor database is current. The Philanthropy Operations Associate reports to the Philanthropy Database Administrator.
Schedule, Salary & Benefits
Position is full time, 40 hours per week (non-exempt status). Wages starting at $26.80/hour commensurate with experience. Benefits include generous employer contributions to medical, dental and vision insurance plans. Employer contribution to retirement plan after 1 year of employment. Paid time off includes 15 paid holidays, paid vacation based on tenure and personal and parental leave in accordance with SLT policies and procedures. This position is located at the Sonoma Land Trust office in Santa Rosa, California. Staff are currently working in a hybrid model.
About Sonoma Land Trust
Sonoma Land Trust works in alliance with nature to conserve and restore the integrity of the land, with a focus on climate resiliency. The organization is also committed to ensuring more equitable access to the outdoors. Since 1976, the non-profit Land Trust has protected over 57,000 acres of scenic, natural, agricultural and open land for future generations. Sonoma Land Trust is accredited by the Land Trust Accreditation Commission and was the recipient of the 2019 Land Trust Alliance Award of Excellence. For more information, please visit Sonoma Land Trust’s website. We are passionate about building and sustaining an inclusive and equitable working environment that is representative of the communities we serve. We know that having varied perspectives leads to better outcomes to solve the complex problems of conservation, climate change and environmental justice in Sonoma County.