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The temporary Data Coordinator will carry out essential day to day administrative tasks of the Foundation Relations team as well as special projects related to the maintenance and growth of the unit’s programmatic goals. In coordination with the Project Coordinator for Foundation Relations and Foundation Relations Associate Directors, the incumbent will provide essential data entry and data hygiene functions, perform prospect research assignments, and draft ongoing announcements from the Foundation Relations team to the research community. The incoming temporary employee will carry out these assignments during a contract period, and if indicated by business goals of the unit, the position may be converted to a full-time employee position.