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Full-time, Toronto ON

This position is responsible for developing, managing and upgrading reports from a range of data sources, executing data extractions to facilitate direct marketing activities, and working extensively on donor data to ensure its accuracy as well as efficiency when querying.

The fast-moving world of fundraising means that there will also be ad hoc requests for data and a requirement to adapt to provide differing types of analysis, so the ability to think outside the box, respond quickly and accurately, and present data clearly are crucial in this role.


  • Support the Manager, Donor Data and Analytics in a multitude of data related tasks including reporting, data extractions and data validation.
  • Perform scheduled data cleansing and maintenance activity to keep the donor data at an optimal level.
  • Analyze current CRM data to provide business units with additional insights on donors, their giving history and where possible, provide predictive statistics.


We want to hear from you if you have:

  • University graduate in computing, mathematics, statistics, business or an equivalent combination of education, training, and expertise.
  • Minimum of 3-5 years' experience in working with data and databases.
  • A positive attitude and willingness to learn.
  • Enthusiastic about not only identifying gaps in data, systems, and processes, but also finding appropriate solutions to address those gaps.
  • Excellent communication skills, with the ability to clearly summarize key insights for technical and non-technical audiences.
  • Experience with Fundraising systems (Salesforce strongly preferred), SQL Server Query reading and writing, Business Intelligence implementations (Microsoft Suite preferred
  • Power BI, Power Pivot, Power Maps, etc)
  • Strong Microsoft Excel skills, particularly Excel (including formulae, pivot tables, and charts).
  • Raiser's Edge/Blackbaud systems knowledge is an asset.
  • Personal or professional experience relating to blindness and sight loss is considered an asset
  • Personal or professional experience working with assistive technology and/or accessible environments is considered an asset


CNIB is committed to creating and fostering an inclusive culture and welcomes applications from diverse candidates, including but not limited to Indigenous peoples, women, candidates with disabilities, and candidates of colour. We strongly encourage applications from applicants with sight loss. Direct lived experience would be a definite asset. We're excited to review your application!

Please note: while we invite applications from all interested and qualified applicants, we are unable to follow-up with every applicant.

Closing date: October 26, 2020