Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum

25 Evans Way
Boston, MA 02115

Date Posted:
April 05, 2021

Eastern Massachusetts



Development Database Analyst

Scope of Position:
The Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum is in the second year of a five-year strategic plan that reflects Isabella's radical experiment and our commitment to broadening audiences. The plan lays out a bold, contemporary vision for the future and the Development Department is essential to securing the resources that will fund this future.
We seek an energetic and detail-oriented Development Database Analyst that will provide an important foundation to achieve these exciting goals.
Our team of 14 people approaches its work with enthusiasm, positivity and gratitude, seeking to help develop strong relationships between the museum and donors, including brand new donors. The Development Database Analyst plays a critical role in finding and outreaching to those new audiences. The Analyst is also responsible for ensuring the integrity and accuracy of records within Tessitura, the institution’s customer relationship management software (CRM) and driving projects that will foster excellence across the department.
  • Associate's degree in a relevant field or equivalent experience
  • Experience with fundraising databases
  • Demonstrated capability with Excel and/or Google Workspace
  • Accuracy, attention to detail, and ability to follow process are absolutely essential
  • Logical thinking and solid computational math skills are required
  • Good judgment and ability to be discreet and handle confidential information
  • Ability to manage multiple projects and work in a high-demand environment
  • Eagerness to learn, with capability to effectively collaborate and work as part of a team

  • Experience with Tessitura preferred
  • Experience with or willingness to learn SQL
  • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent

How To Apply:
Please review the details job description at our website and apply online via this link.
Apply by:
April 30, 2021
$44,000 - $50,000
About this Organization:
The Museum was the creation of Isabella Stewart Gardner (1840-1924) 'for the education and enjoyment of the public forever.' Since opening to the public in 1903, the Gardner has served as a center for ideas and life-long learning in its community - a tradition that is kept alive today through an array of interpretive, creative, educational, horticultural, artistic and scholarly programs.