Summary of Position: The President/CEO is the leader of Allied Arts responsible for achieving the mission and vision through the efforts of staff, Board of Directors, and volunteers. The President/CEO builds relationships and partnerships with benefactors, donors, agencies, elected officials, and artists to raise awareness, build support and bring new ideas and resources to the organization. The President/CEO possesses a high level of broad business and leadership skills to champion and execute the organization’s strategic plan and cultivate an employer of choice culture for employees. The President/CEO reports directly to the Board of Directors and oversees an average annual operating budget of ~$5 million.

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Job purpose

The manager of data analysis and information technology is responsible for all technology used by Allied Arts.  Primary responsibilities include; managing the donor relations database including data quality management, report writing and ad hoc reporting as needed by staff.  This position is also responsible for assisting end users with individual desktop/laptops clients, printers, copiers, network and supporting the Microsoft Exchange environment.

Duties and responsibilities

  • Develop reports using Donorperfect donor management software and other data visualization tools
  • Provide in-house training and support for Donorperfect Database
  • Coordinate all formal and in-house technology training for staff
  • Provide troubleshooting and problem-solving for all computer software/hardware networking and databases
  • Support staff and maintain end user email and tools– Exchange/Microsoft 365
  • Administer routines for data integrity, and disaster recovery plans
  • Maintain remote access for office staff
  • Be an expert resource for other Allied Arts member agencies


College degree required.  Experience with data visualization and robust report writing tools, Microsoft office products and the Microsoft exchange environment. PC based hardware and networking experience preferred. Professional training in Microsoft Office and/or Microsoft Exchange preferred.

Working conditions

Working in a professional, team focused environment with other fundraising professionals, employees must regularly be able to detect, perceive, identify, recognize, judge, inspect, estimate, observe, and assess items, information, and objects in an office setting.  Team work and communications are critical to our success and employees are regularly required to communicate clearly, in various settings. 

Regular business hours are from 8:30 – 5:00 M-F, with occasional off-site events requiring additional time on nights, weekends and early mornings.  Reasonable accommodations will be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions of the job as required under applicable law.

Physical requirements

Employees must occasionally transport and/or move up to 25 pounds.  Reasonable accommodations will be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions of the job as required under applicable law.

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