Development Coordinator for ICOFoundation
International Council of Ophthalmology - San Francisco, CA

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Who We Are The International Council of Ophthalmology (ICO) is an international non-profit organization with a small foundation. We are a home-office operation based in San Francisco with multiple international contacts and developing programs in the eye care arena.

What We Are Looking For The position is part time at 20 hours a week and works from home. Please note that even though this is a work from home position, you must be located in the Bay Area as there will be periodic in person meetings.

Job Summary: This position focuses on fundraising and administrative support to the ICOFoundation.


1. Fundraising
  • Implement strategies for increasing ICOF's fundraising
  • Perform prospect research, including identifying new donors to solicit
    • conduct research on ophthalmic companies not already in our radar, as well as on foundations, and individuals who have supported similar causes
    • research ophthalmologists who have contacts with companies or foundations or wealthy individuals
  • Create an annual giving program
    • develop an annual ask to be sent to all donors
  • Investigate possibilities for a planned giving program
2. Donor Relations
  • Draft and send proper correspondence and follow up with donors
  • Develop ideas for donor recognition
  • Provide staff support for the Corporate Leadership Council
  • Develop and implement other strategies for donor cultivation
3. Board Governance
  • Provide support to ICOFoundation President
  • Prepare for annual meeting
    • send notices to Board
    • arrange for room logistics and catering
    • compile agenda materials
  • Draft monthly communications from President to Board
  • Prepare reports on ICO activities to report to donors and ICOF Board
  • Draft annual report to ICO Board on ICOF activities
4. Administration
  • Maintain donor records in SalesForce
    • update contact information
    • record contributions and pledges
  • Respond to inquiries sent to
  • Assist with financials, annual audits, and tax returns
    • reconcile monthly bank statements and send to accountants
    • track pledges
    • prepare financials for annual Board meeting
  • Maintain website
    • ensure information is up to date
    • work with communications team to improve website
5. Qualifications
  • Proficient in use of MS Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint)
  • Aptitude to learn Salesforce
  • Strong organizational skills
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Ability to multitask, work on tight deadlines and prioritize duties
  • Strong attention to detail and accurate in work
  • Overall flexibility in work environment and projects
  • Ability to perform well under pressure
  • Team oriented and takes direction well
  • Self-starter with ability to be productive working from home
  • Bachelor's degree preferred
  • 3+ years administrative experience in a related field preferred
  • Location: Bay Area, CA - 10 months ago - save job - copy to clipboard