Colorado Nonprofit Association

Donor Database Manager – $63,250 – $69,575

Our Mission: Roundup River Ranch offers children with life-altering diagnoses, and their families, opportunities to embrace joy, create connection, foster independence, and build hope through free, medically-supported camp programs.


Title: Database Manager

Department: Advancement

Location: Office based, with option for occasional remote work, occasional travel

Reports To: VP of Advancement

Status: Full-time, Year-round

Classification: Exempt

Schedule: Weekdays, Weekends, Evenings, Holidays


The Database Manager is responsible for managing and optimizing all aspects of Roundup River Ranch’s donor relationship database Raiser’s Edge. This includes database maintenance, analysis, reporting, cleaning, training, and responding to all requests for information as well as the general functioning of the Development Team’s data management. In this role the Database Manager will report to the VP of Advancement and provide general support to the Development function during peak periods.  


Data Management



Training & Support

Best Practices


General Responsibilities




Office Based / Indoors: 75%+

Desk / Computer work: 75%+

Sitting: 75%

Outdoors: <25%

Standing: <25%

Walking / Moving: <25%

Lifting / carrying: Up to 40lbs

Driving: Occasional


The scope of the job and responsibilities outlined in this document are not exhaustive and may change based upon the needs of the business. This job description is not intended to contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities that are required of the employee for this job. This is a general outline of duties, responsibilities, and activities, which may change at any time with or without notice and at the sole discretion of Roundup River Ranch.

RRR1M: At Roundup River Ranch, we believe in fostering a mission-centered culture. To demonstrate that we are all supporting the incredible, and purposeful mission of Roundup River Ranch, every employee participates in organization-wide efforts. Included in all position job description responsibilities is the agreement of “other duties as assigned”; we agree to partner in being our mission’s greatest contributors by completing tasks or assignments that may fall outside the typical job description. Examples of this include but are not limited to community ambassadorship, camp program and donor cultivation event engagement and support, supporting annual opening and closing of our campsite, supporting present operational needs, and/or being a positive role model for stakeholders by exemplifying care and investment in organizational outcomes and successes. Not only is this engagement supportive of achieving and contributing to organizational goals, it provides an essential opportunity for meaningful, personal connection with our Mission and helps define what it means to be “All In” as a Roundup River Ranch employee.