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Surrounded by the beautiful Appalachian foothills, Ohio University's majestic campus is steeped in more than 200 years of history. The University and the Athens, Ohio, community is filled with individuals who come to work each day with the simple aim of changing the world.

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Alumni Donorbase Analyst

Advancement Services

The Alumni Donorbase Analyst in working with the Director, oversees, plans and directs processing, maintenance, and daily operations of a records system. Makes decisions pertinent to records while ensuring compliance according to governmental regulations and University policies, procedures, and guidelines, as well as federal, state, and local laws. Develops and implements new policies and procedures related to records management. Acts as liaison between University, community, to respond to numerous requests for all types of records, information, and data. Processes requests for release of confidential data to third party (e.g., external alumni vendors, data cleansing vendor). Essential Functions: 1. Develops and administers a complex system of data and records. 40% 2. Retrieves pertinent information from records, and assigns, codes and edits for accuracy. 20% 3. Develop and distribute special reports and impact studies for administration having direct or major impact on University (e.g., fund raising, campaigns). 20% 4. Handles data requests and coordinates collection of all types of information. Assures security and confidentiality. Performs administrative functions (e.g., coordinates work with other departments; maintains code file; conducts research; assists with record interfaces). 20%