Development Database Manager - Tenders Global

Development Database Manager

Texas Civil Rights Project

Development Database Manager

Remote in Texas



The Texas Civil Rights Project (TCRP) is a community lawyering
organization boldly serving the movement for equality and justice
in and out of the courts and seeking to advance a vision of a Texas
where all communities can thrive with dignity and justice and
without fear.

The Development Database Manager ensures the accuracy of all
information within our CRM, EveryAction, for effective tracking,
reporting, and overall functioning of the Development department.
Specifically, the Development Database Manager completes all
processes related to donor and gift data management. The
Development Database Manager will also oversee the acknowledgment
of each gift, ensuring it is precise and timely. The Development
Database Manager is a key member of TCRP’s Development team who
will oversee the Prospect Research Specialist and report directly
to TCRP’s Director of Strategic Partnerships and Development.

About TCRP

For more than thirty years, the Texas Civil Rights Project has
been a committed partner to community organizers, families, and
advocacy groups across the state. Whether through litigation or
legal advocacy, the attorneys and advocates at TCRP work to
dismantle mass incarceration, fight discrimination in voting and
civic participation, and right injustices occurring at the Texas
border, all under a race equity lens. TCRP’s lawyers work with
coalitions of community-based organizations to identify injustices
facing Texas communities and develop systemic solutions using
litigation and other legal advocacy tools. For additional
highlights about TCRP’s work and to learn more about TCRP, visit

TCRP comprises three regional offices across Texas with over 40
employees and an annual budget of over $6 million.

TCRP operates under a hybrid work policy, allowing full remote
work from anywhere in Texas, requiring travel and in-person
attendance for specified work activities. The in-person activities
are typically based out of any of TCRP’s offices: Alamo (in the Rio
Grande Valley), Austin, or Houston. Exceptions to required
in-person activities can be made based on a case-by-case basis.


Job Duties:

  • Database Administration
    • Manage data integrity and accurate donor data records contained
      in EveryAction
    • Complete regular review of development transactions to ensure
      accurate data
    • Improve the health of the database through the completion of
      regular large-scale cleaning and tracking projects
    • Handle global changes, data imports, and other global database
    • Maintain the structure of codes, rules, and other
    • Establish and conduct regular system checks
  • Development Operations
    • Oversee, track, and follow up on all pledges to TCRP
    • Produce regular, ongoing reports and updates on key donor
    • Generate complex lists, reports, and exports to support all
      other departmental staff data needs
    • Provide input for the annual Development work plan
  • Leadership and Budget Management
    • Directly manage the Prospect Research Specialist and lead the
      day-to-day management of the development operations team
    • Work closely with the Prospect Research Specialist and the
      philanthropy and grants teams to lead proactive prospect research
      initiatives and support fundraising efforts
    • Assist the Director of Strategic Partnerships and the Prospect
      Research Specialist with developing donor acknowledgment
    • Assist the Director of Strategic Partnerships in managing all
      financial, revenue, and expense reporting for the department
    • Assist the Director of Strategic Partnerships with monthly
      reconciliation of development revenue, pledge payments, and pledge
      balances with the Finance department
  • Team Training and Engagement
    • Train the department on database functionality, organize
      additional training opportunities for the department, and assist
      with database questions
    • Establish, document, and maintain consistent and standardized
      procedures for data entry, utilizing the database, donor forms, and
      donor acknowledgments
    • Assure compliance with the standards established by the
      Association of Fundraising Professionals
    • Represent TCRP at fundraising events, as appropriate

Characteristics of Ideal Candidates:

  • Minimum of 3+ years of experience in development database
    management, prospect research, and gift entry, preferably in a
    non-profit environment
  • Expertise in EveryAction or similar donor management
  • Strong analytical skills and the ability to analyze data to
    inform decision-making
  • Strong workflow management skills
  • Managerial experience and leadership skills
  • Team-oriented approach in managing staff
  • Detail-oriented is a must
  • Excellent communication, interpersonal, and organizational
  • Exercise confidentiality and accuracy with respect to all donor
    and prospect information
  • Ability to build strong relationships across diverse
    communities—including in particular communities of color, immigrant
    communities, and persons with disabilities—and across different
    teams internally


The salary for this position will be based on years of
experience with a range of $85,000 – $95,000. We envision and work
towards an organization that reflects the communities we serve and
a culture of radical inclusion, continuous growth, and openness.
TCRP offers excellent benefits, professional development
opportunities, and a deep commitment to a meaningful work-life
balance. TCRP benefits include employer-paid health insurance, four
weeks of paid vacation, 16 weeks of paid family leave (with avenues
to extend leave), a $500 professional development budget annually,
and extensive holidays, including a two-week winter break. This
position is FLSA-exempt and does not qualify for overtime
compensation. A minimum of 40 hours per week, Monday through
Friday, are expected.

How to Apply

To apply, please submit your cover letter and most current
resume via Submittable (
We encourage interested applicants to apply as soon as possible,
preferably no later than 11:59pm, January 1, 2024; but we may
consider applications on a rolling basis beyond this deadline until
we find the right fit.

Inclusion & Non-Discrimination

TCRP values a diverse workforce and an inclusive culture —
women, Black and other people of color, individuals with
disabilities, veterans, and people from other underrepresented
communities are strongly encouraged to apply for this position. We
do not discriminate based on race, ethnicity, national origin, age,
creed, religion, physical ability, gender, gender identity or
expression, pregnancy, sexual orientation, previous incarceration,
languages spoken, socioeconomic status, veteran status, union
membership or activism, or any other characteristic protected by
local, state or federal law. Research shows that while men apply
for positions when they meet an average of 60% of the requirements,
women, Black people, people of color, and other underrepresented
groups only apply when they check every box. If you feel like this
is the position for you, even though you don’t check every box,
please apply. You could be exactly what we’re looking for!

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