Position Opening: Donor Database Specialist

The Donor Database Specialist oversees and ensures the integrity of Habitat Chicago’s donor database, including data analysis and reporting; drives the successful execution of gift processing and stewardship tasks; and provides department support through a combination of ongoing and special projects. The Donor Database Specialist works quickly and accurately to provide donors with a high-quality giving experience.


Who we are looking for: 

The ideal candidate is someone who understands the power of gratitude and champions the importance of healthy data and operations. They are a self-motivated and detail-oriented team player with effective data management and analytical skills.


Key Responsibilities:  

Donor Data Management, Analysis, and Reporting (40%)

Actively manage and improve the quality of Habitat Chicago’s donor database to sustainably mature the Development department’s revenue tactics and targets.


Gift Entry and Donor Stewardship (30%)

Ensure the integrity of donation processing procedures, pledge recovery, and assigned stewardship efforts.


Department Support (20%)

Act as primary support to Development team functions through a combination of ongoing and special projects.


Teamwork (10%)

Help grow Habitat Chicago through collaboration, leadership and vision.


Full Description



Salaried position ranging from $47,000-49,000 depending on experience. 30+ vacation/sick/personal days per year. 90% employer paid health insurance; access to dental, life and 401k plans.


To Apply 

After reviewing the attached Full Position Description, please submit a compelling cover letter and resume to helen.quach@habitatchicago.org with "Donor Database Specialist – Your Name” in the subject line by 06/02/2022. Only successful applicants will be contacted and interviews will take place on a rolling basis. No phone calls, please. 



Habitat for Humanity Chicago values a diverse and inclusive workplace and strongly encourages women, people of color, LGBTQ individuals, people with disabilities, members of ethnic minorities, foreign-born residents, and veterans to apply.  

Habitat for Humanity Chicago is an equal opportunity employer. This organization does not discriminate in employment and personnel practices on the basis of race, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, handicap, religion, national origin, or any other basis prohibited by applicable law. 



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