ShoreRivers seeks a part-time Database Specialist to effectively maintain donor and volunteer information in the Blackbaud Raiser’s Edge NXT database. The most critical skills for this position are attention to detail, analytical and problem-solving skills, and an ability to manage short-term and long-term priorities. This position offers an hourly rate of $20 – $24 based on experience and will range from 10 to 18 hours per week. Position begins as soon as possible.

The Database Specialist reports to the Membership Manager as an integral part of the Development Department and works in person out of the Easton office with a flexible schedule. The employee must live in the communities we serve.

To apply, send your resume and a one-page cover letter to Lori Ireland at by August 31, 2023 with “Database Specialist” in the subject line.

Within Blackbaud Raiser’s Edge NXT (“database”):

• Update database with constituent, contact, and donation information
• Produce weekly gift acknowledgments and reports
• Assist in preparation of other requested reports and mailing lists for event invitations, newsletters, Annual Appeal, etc.
• Assist with event preparation tasks in coordination with Development staff
• Support the Membership Manager with administering and trouble-shooting the database; strive to improve the functionality of the database to meet the needs of the organization and ensure useful, healthy, complete data

The employee must have a strong commitment to environmental protection and subscribe to representing ShoreRivers’ mission and statement of inclusion.

• Hands-on experience in Raiser’s Edge NXT Database View and WebView highly preferred or experience in another customer relationship management tool
• Must have excellent attention to detail
• Must have proven analytical and problem-solving skills
• Must possess strong communication skills
• Must be a team player willing to collaborate across departments
• Effective at managing multiple projects/tasks of varying complexities
• Capable of meeting deadlines

ShoreRivers believes that swimmable, fishable, clean, and safe rivers are for everyone in our communities. We are an equal opportunity employer and welcome all applicants. This position uses a wide variety of skills; we encourage you to apply if you think you would be a good fit, even if you don’t meet 100% of the qualifications.

ShoreRivers seeks to protect and restore Eastern Shore waterways through science-based advocacy, restoration, and education. We have a dedicated staff of Riverkeepers, educators, scientists, restoration specialists, and advocates focused on policies and projects that will improve the health of our rivers. Our staff are a strong, collective voice for Eastern Shore waterways.

ShoreRivers believes that diversity, equity, inclusion, and justice in our staff, board, supporters, and programs is critical to achieving our mission of clean water. We believe that access to waterways fuels environmental stewardship; inclusion of diverse communities is essential to long term success; and diverse representation in our membership, staff, and board makes us stronger.

ShoreRivers offers an energetic and fast-paced work environment with bright, fun coworkers. We cultivate a supportive, regenerative work culture where hard work, innovation, and collaboration are valued; time off and balance are elevated; and teambuilding and professional development are priorities.