Intern, Stewardship & Development

Stewardship and Development Office - Omaha

Fundraising
Internship
POSITION TITLE: Intern, Stewardship & Development
DEPARTMENT: Stewardship and Development Office (SDO)
REPORTS TO: Development Officer
EFFECTIVE DATE: May 2020
POSITION STATUS: Non-Exempt, Temporary
HOURS PER WEEK: 20

POSITION SUMMARY
Intern will assist the office in planning, implementation and analysis of projects in the Stewardship and Development Office. Specific goals and objectives will be communicated to the intern at the beginning of his or her employment.

PRINCIPAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
• Meet with the supervisor to determine the scope and time table for the projects that will be assigned
• Develop project plans as assigned, and communicate to the supervisor; receive and respond to feedback on the project
• Actively work with the staff to plan and implement the project
• Keep a log of work performed and provide regular progress updates to supervisor
• Researching and copywriting for marketing, public relations, digital and promotion materials
• Assisting with all aspects of data collection, reporting and analysis to move programs and events forward
• Support Officers with the implementation of major activities; particular focus includes communication and marketing strategies for:
o Archbishop’s Annual Appeal
o Archbishop’s Dinner for Education
o Legacy Planning Program
o Omaha Archdiocesan Educational and Parish Foundations
o Stewardship and Development Education and Network Series
o Archbishop’s Committee for Development
o Support to archdiocesan parishes and schools

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES
• Effectively conveys and receives ideas through writing and speaking; explains thoughts coherently and asks questions when clarification is needed
• Strong knowledge related to the field of study
• Manages multiple, simultaneous projects while producing high quality results; schedules and completes tasks according to their priority
• Discretion and ability to keep knowledge gained from work in strict confidence
• Ability to represent the Archdiocese of Omaha in a professional manner
• Proficient in computer and keyboard skills as well as an ability to learn and effectively use software relevant to job duties (i.e. Microsoft Office Suite)

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE
• Degree or Area of Study: Journalism, Marketing, Public Relations, Communications
• Year of Study: Junior or Senior

WORKING CONDITIONS: PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS
• Routine office environment; ADA-accessible building.
• Requires sitting for the majority of work duration; involves typing and other repetitive movement.