Compassion

Business Support Specialist II

Compassion

Remote, US

March 14, 2022

Time type Full time

Job requisition id R2073

Hiring Range: $51,930.00 – $64,910.00

PLEASE NOTE: The hiring range applies to US-based employment and may be higher in certain US geographic locations.

Overview

Compassion is looking for a Business Support Specialist II to support the sponsorship events and targeted revenue for the Church Fundraising teams. The specialist generally works independently and will focus on supporting the back end needs to enable the facilitation of sponsorship events and fundraising efforts for Relationship Managers serving high-touch churches in the northeast US. The specialist may accomplish any or all of the essential functions, or other professional duties of a professional administrative nature, including recommending or making improvements to significant processes and practices. At this career level, they will generally work independently on moderately complex projects or as a team member on larger projects and processes. He or she may coach other specialists.

What will you do?


  • Maintain a personal relationship with Jesus Christ.

  • Acts as an advocate to raise the awareness of the needs of children. Understands Christ’s mandate to protect children. Commits to and prioritizes child protection considerations in all decision-making, tasks and activities across the ministry. Abides by all behavioral expectations in Compassion’s Statement of Commitment to Child Protection and Code of Conduct. Reports any concerns of abuse, neglect or exploitation of children through Compassion’s internal reporting process and appropriately supports responses to incidents if they occur.

  • Uphold and engage in Compassion’s core Cultural Behaviors.

  • Works primarily in Salesforce to manage all aspects related to sponsorship events to include procuring event materials both digital and physical. Additionally works primarily in Salesforce to support a team of Relationship Managers in their fundraising efforts with large churches in the northeast US.

  • Reviews business processes and identifies activities required to address the issues, including process steps and impact assessment to increase productivity and efficiency.

  • Prepares and relays communications concerning business operations and outcomes to appropriate audiences to foster understanding and acceptance for initiatives, policies, and practices. Further, supports change integration across projects within the scope of own work. Works to identify change adoption across common audiences as needed.

  • May liaise between assigned department and other neighbors.

  • Provides meaningful input into the development of effective metrics for ministry operations and maintains data/metrics, dashboards, tools, and artifacts to provide up-to-date status of group projects, processes, and initiatives.

  • May develop or contribute to new programs to improve neighbor morale or relations, ministry success, and community stewardship.

  • Partners with other groups when required to integrate information and processes across functions. Provides individual contributions and occasional support to various projects as assigned in support of the work of Business Support management.

  • May provide expertise to other professionals and support staff in their work group.

What do you bring?


  • Bachelor’s Degree Business Administration, Technology, or related discipline.

  • Three years Professional experience working in business analysis, business intelligence, data analysis, project management or a similar field.

  • *Equivalent education, training and/or certification may be substituted for experience and education shown above.


Why work here?


  • The mission: Join a team that is motivated to release children from poverty in Jesus’ name.

  • Our benefits: Receive generous paid time off, 10% contribution to a 403(b) retirement fund on top of your salary, excellent healthcare coverage, free short-term professional counseling, and more.

  • Spiritual growth: Participate in regular chapel services, prayer groups, and department devotionals.