Date Posted: February 23, 2017

Franklin & Marshall College

Major Gifts Officer

Franklin & Marshall College, founded in 1787, is a selective, private liberal arts college known for academic rigor, opportunities for faculty-student research and its commitment to helping each student reach his or her full potential. The College enrolls more than 2,400 undergraduate students from throughout the U.S. and around the world.

Job Description:

Franklin & Marshall seeks a dynamic Major Gifts Officer responsible for building and enhancing relationships with approximately 150-200 donor prospects. Reporting to the Director of Major Gifts, the Major Gifts Officer works independently and with faculty, professional staff, and volunteers. The Major Gifts Officer plays a key role in securing private philanthropic gifts in support of the mission of the College.

MAJOR DUTIES and RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Formulate strategies for building relationships with donor prospects and soliciting gifts to the College. 

  • Cultivating relationships with 150-200 assigned donor prospects and traveling extensively to meet with them.

  • Soliciting major capital gifts ($100,000 or more) and, where appropriate, other gifts (e.g. annual and deferred) to the College.

  • Inspire donors/potential donors to facilitate gifts to the College that significantly impact the students of today and tomorrow. 

  • Work collaboratively with the Director of Major Gifts, other College Advancement leaders, and Major Gift Officers to formulate and implement department strategies.

  • Travel extensively (50% or more) to meet with donor prospects.

  • Display relationship mastery and donor focus that will promote the development of genuine and effective relationships internally and externally.

  • Demonstrate the discipline and resilience necessary to successfully achieve goals and strategies.

  • Generate creative solutions and take risks in a manner consistent with entrepreneurial spirit.

  • Exhibit intellectual and social curiosity that contribute to active dialog with donors.

  • Be an ambassador of the college, its mission, and College Advancement.

Exempt staff generally works at least 40 hours per week, with an additional 30 to 60 minutes per day for a lunch break. Exempt staff are expected to work extra hours whenever necessary to effectively complete assignments.

Full-time members of the Franklin & Marshall College professional staff receive competitive starting pay and a comprehensive benefits package that includes health coverage, dental, vision, generous retirement savings plan contributions, education benefits for employees, spouses and dependent children, and enjoy access to all College facilities including dining venues to suit all tastes, recreation and fitness facilities, and libraries, plus access to College performances, lectures, and events.


Requirements:

  • Bachelor's degree required.

  • At least five years of related work experience. Involvement in business, sales and marketing, or finance will also be considered.

  • Must adhere to College privacy expectations and assure proper stewardship of sensitive and confidential data.

  • Ability to work independently and to be a member of an energetic, committed team. 

  • Excellent written and oral communication abilities and collaboration skills. 

  • Strong organizational and follow-up skills along with attention to detail.

  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office and willingness to learn College Advancement systems and tools.

  • Must have a genuine interest in the College's alumni, its students, its current projects, and its reputation.

The ability and willingness to provide excellent service and to work in a collegial manner with students, faculty and staff, and other constituencies is essential.

Because this position requires driving for College business, the successful candidate must possess a U.S. or Canadian driver's license which has been valid for at least two years, have a driving record that is free from excessive motor vehicle violations within the last three years, and have had no convictions in the last 24 months for driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs.

Offers of employment are contingent upon the successful completion of reference checks, a criminal background verification, and verification of credentials.  The College will coordinate these verifications.


Date Posted: February 20, 2017

Assistant Dir. of Development for Leadership Gifts

(Multiple Openings)

Virginia Tech

Blacksburg, VA

Posting # AP0160283

Assistant Director of Development for Leadership Gifts

The Assistant Director of Development for Leadership Gifts will work with their supervisor, as well as Advancement leadership within our Colleges and University Programs, to develop and cultivate relationships with a portfolio of approximately 250 prospects while soliciting current use gifts in the range of $5K-$100K. The Assistant Director of Development for Leadership Gifts is responsible for the coordination, implementation, and follow-up of thoughtful donor-centric strategies that target potential donors who can provide philanthropic support to the University. The Assistant Director will also provide assistance to ensure timely donor stewardship of annual gifts. S/he will be a highly motivated professional who will be deeply involved in the fundraising efforts in support of current operations and endowment from all private sources, with emphasis on new donor acquisition and growing out the new 1872 Society leadership gifts program. Includes frequent travel of 5-10 days per month.

Current openings are available reporting to the Director of Development for the Pamplin College of Business, the Chief Advancement Officer for the Division of Student Affairs, the Chief Advancement Officer for the College of Architecture and Urban Studies  or the Director of Leadership and Major Gifts. Please indicate in your cover letter if you have a preference for a specific position. Please review the posting for additional openings that may be added at a later time.

College of Architecture and Urban Studies  highly ranked and competitive undergraduate and graduate degree programs are taught by internationally known faculty who care about student success.  Through our four schools and the multi-college Program in Real Estate, we offer 11 undergraduate majors, 7 minors, and 13 graduate degree programs.

Pamplin College of Business emphasizes technology and analysis that improve business, entrepreneurship that leads to innovation and innovative companies, international opportunities for learning and research, and an inclusive, collaborative community. The college offers undergraduate and graduate programs in accounting and information systems, business information technology, economics, finance, hospitality and tourism management, management, and marketing.

The Division of Student Affairs is committed to the growth, development, and achievement of students at Virginia Tech. This organization works closely with academic colleagues to support students as they learn to be successful and effective leaders in the emerging global community. The Division of Student Affairs helps provide a balanced and engaging learning environment that can truly enrich personal growth. Student government, living-learning communities, and service-learning projects are just a few of the many types of programs we provide.

Interested candidates must apply online at www.jobs.vt.edu and search for posting AP0160283. Include with the faculty application, a cover letter, resume, and list of five references. Individuals with disabilities desiring accommodation in the application process please notify the Human Resources Service Center, 540-231-9331, hrservicecenter@vt.edu. A review of applications will begin after January 30, 2017.

To learn more about Virginia Tech and community, please visit:

http://www.vt.edu/about/

http://www.vt.edu/index.html

Virginia Tech is an equal opportunity/affirmative action institution.


Date Posted: February 20, 2017

Director of Major Gifts

Virginia Tech

Leesburg, VA 20176

Posting # AP0170029

The Director of Major Gifts at the Marion duPont Scott Equine Medical Center (EMC), a part of the Virginia Maryland College of Veterinary Medicine (VMCVM) at Virginia Tech, will solicit philanthropic gifts from grateful clients, friends of EMC, and alumni of Virginia Tech who align with the Center’s strategic priorities. This highly motivated professional will be involved with the planning and implementation of the Center’s major gift fund raising efforts in support of current operations, endowment, capital, and other priorities from private sources. He/She will fulfill the duties under the direction of VMCVM in close cooperation with the University’s central advancement office

Reporting to the Assistant Dean of Advancement for the Virginia Maryland College of Veterinary Medicine, the Director of Major Gifts will:

  • Assist with fund-raising and engagement activities for the EMC within designated time frames

  • Cultivate, solicit, steward, and identify prospects for the EMC

  • Have a portfolio of between 75 – 100 prospects

  • Have typical solicitation ranges of $250,000 to $1,000,000

  • Close $2,000,000 per year using a three year rolling average

  • Close on average 10 – 13 gifts per fiscal year

  • Provide strategic direction and coordination of the EMC Advisory Council

  • Develop and implement cultivation, solicitation, and engagement strategies which include building, managing, and soliciting a portfolio of major gift prospects and the broader EMC community

  • Establish strong working relationships with central advancement, collegiate and constituent development officers and the College staff to foster a productive work environment

  • Work closely with the Assistant Dean of Advancement of VMCVM, Director of the EMC, Dean of VMCVM, faculty, residents, farriers, as well as staff of EMC and VMCVM to develop and implement cultivation and solicitation strategies in support of their programs

Interested candidates must apply online at www.jobs.vt.edu and search for posting # AP0170029. Include with the faculty application, a cover letter, resume, and list of five references. Individuals with disabilities desiring accommodation in the application process please notify the Human Resources Service Center, 540-231-9331, HRServiceCenter@vt.edu. A review of applications will begin after March 10, 2017.

To learn more about Virginia Tech and community, please visit:

http://www.vt.edu/about/

http://www.vt.edu/index.html
Virginia Tech is an equal opportunity/affirmative action institution.


Date Posted: February 20, 2017

Director of Development, Program Development

Syracuse University

New York

Job Description

The Director of Development will report to the AVP, Office of Program Development and will focus on fundraising. In particular, the Director will design and implement strategies, programs and activities that will bring African American and Latino alumni, parents and friends of the university to a position of significant giving and life-long commitment to the university and its programs. (S)he will work closely with the AVP as well as regional teams and development professionals representing SU schools, colleges and units. The Director of Development will carry a portfolio of Program Development's current and prospective donors; will cultivate, solicit and steward major and principal gift donor prospects and current donors; assist in leading fundraising efforts and closing major gifts while assisting the AVP to effectively manage key alumni volunteers. This position is critical in the cultivation of new donors and converting the significant number of untapped donors of color.

The director will work closely with the central annual giving office to create and implement an alumni and parent lead annual fund appeal. He/she will serve as the primary liaison between the central annual giving office and the Whitman School of Management.

RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Manage a portfolio of prospects of Black and Latino donors and alumni with the intent of reaching Program Development fundraising goals.
  • Includes the cultivation of new donors and stewardship of existing donors.
  • Develop strategies and implementation plans for targeted engagement events (both on campus and regionally) and diverse alumni campus visits; planned attendance during university sponsored activities that will provide access to prospective donors of color.
  • Develop culturally relevant giving campaigns to drive donations, including but not limited to the Our Time Has Come Endowment Funds, leveraging digital platforms and channels (such as the Program Development website, university email/e-newsletters, and social media pages).
  • Drive research on top tier prospects in an effort to cultivate giving, university award nominees and participation/engagement.
  • Set Black and Latino alumni giving benchmarks and report on growth of diverse donors each quarter through a Program Development digital dashboard.
  • Recommend editorial content for the Syracuse Manuscript publication; leverage Manuscript as a donor cultivation tool.

QUALIFICATIONS

  • Bachelor's Degree, with multicultural marketing/sales experience.
  • Fluency in Spanish is a plus.

JOB SPECIFIC QUALIFICATIONS

  • Experienced in donor engagement and non-profit or higher education fundraising.
  • Working knowledge of donor data/prospect management platforms, for alumni research and donor/prospect record keeping.
  • Ability to lead alumni and student volunteers and connect with prospects in a warm and authentic way.
  • Collaborative spirit and willingness to work with peers within the SU academic and administrative community.
  • Expertise in developing communication messaging and events for multicultural audiences.
  • Skilled in sales strategy and ability to successfully manage multiple projects simultaneously.
  • Support Executive Director in efforts to secure corporate partnerships.
  • Passionate about fundraising, multicultural alumni achievement and student success.
  • Alumni of SU who understands the multicultural student experience is a plus.
  • High level of comfort with social media is a plus.

Please apply at https://www.sujobopps.com job #033369 and attach a cover letter and resume. Syracuse University is an equal-opportunity, affirmative-action institution. The University prohibits discrimination and harassment based on race, color, creed, religion, sex, gender, national origin, citizenship, ethnicity, marital status, age, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity and gender expression, veteran status, or any other status protected by applicable law to the extent prohibited by law. This nondiscrimination policy covers admissions, employment, and access to and treatment in University programs, services, and activities.

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Date Posted: February 20, 2017

Assistant Director, The Smith Fund

Development

Smith College

Smith College is accepting applications for an Assistant Director in the Smith Fund.  As part of a collaborative team, manage a geographically or class-based assigned pool of prospective donors through the fund-raising continuum from discovery, cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship, focusing on prospects capable of annual gifts of $1,875 to $50,000. Visit 100+ alumnae each fiscal year to solicit support and to promote membership in the Sophia Smith Leadership Society ($1,875+). While emphasis will be on Smith Fund gifts, other current use restricted gifts will also be part of the conversations at times. Travel frequently in assigned territories to build relationships on behalf of the college.  Responsible for directing a group of alumnae classes on all fund-raising efforts, seeking to increase levels of giving and participation. Working closely with the Smith Fund Director, the Assistant Director will develop and oversee a volunteer training program for all Smith Fund volunteers, seeking to increase philanthropic support of the college through meaningful volunteer experiences. Supervise one or more Program Assistant(s).

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

Prospect Management and Solicitation: Design and implement strategies for discovery, cultivation, solicitation and stewardship of 100+ prospective leadership gift donors. Responsibilities in this area include: travel planning, visits and follow up, and direct solicitation; working collaboratively with and in support of volunteers to cultivate and solicit donors; collaborating with other Development staff toward shared goals, and meeting independent goals set for visits and other activity; frequent travel, on occasion with volunteers or other college staff. With the Smith Fund Director and in coordination with other Development staff, organize and lead cultivation events for groups of alumnae in key regions around the country, in conjunction with volunteer and college leaders. Meet metrics and goals established by the Smith Fund Director for the number of visits, solicitations and other meaningful contact with assigned prospects. Promptly submit contact reports and other essential follow up activities. Analyze activities to achieve progress toward stated goals.

Class Management: Working with the Smith Fund Director, craft strategic plans tailored for assigned classes based on data analysis and proven tactics designed to maximize revenue and consistent annual donor participation. Work with assigned volunteers to achieve the specified goals for the class, for The Smith Fund, and for other Advancement initiatives. Develop and implement fund-raising strategies that include solicitation plans for special gift prospects in these classes. Establish goals and priorities so that a broad constituency responds. Strengthen volunteer teams through training, management, and consistent communication. In conjunction with overall Smith Fund efforts, develop communications materials for volunteers, donors, and prospects that convey the goals and priorities of the college. Provide summaries and recommendations on class progress. Contribute to overall Smith Fund discussions affecting annual giving priorities and strategies. Other duties as assigned.

Volunteer Training and Communications: In collaboration with Smith Fund class managers, develop a training program for Smith Fund volunteers to do fund raising work for the college. Balance tradition and innovation to offer excellent training experiences, materials, and ongoing monitoring of volunteers. Serve as staff expert in volunteer training and as point person for volunteer conferences and online volunteer resources. Remain current in best practices and be willing to evolve models. Oversee mass communications to Smith Fund volunteers, including report mailings and email newsletter(s).

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

Education/Experience: Bachelor's degree plus 2 to 4 years of relevant experience and/or the equivalent combination of education and experience, preferably in a college environment with a clear record of accomplishment and strong measurable results. Experience in higher education preferred.

Skills: Knowledge of fundraising philosophies and approaches. Extensive domestic travel required. Evening and weekend work required. Superb written, verbal, and listening communications skills. Commitment to and respect for the contributions of volunteers.  Ability to think creatively about human relationships with the intention of securing support for Smith. Demonstrated initiative and ability to work as part of a collaborative team. Comfort working in a fast paced environment under the firm deadlines of an intense annual cycle. Ability to balance short and long term needs. Must possess a valid U.S. driver’s license.

Review of application will begin immediately.  To be considered for this position, apply on-line at http://smithcollege.hiretouch.com

Smith College is an EO/AA/Vet/Disability Employer


Date Posted: February 17, 2017

Associate Director of Development

The Ohio State University

Columbus, OH

The Associate Director of Development develops and implements short- and long-term plans to secure major gifts from alumni and volunteers in support of the College of Medicine (COM) and School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences (HRS) and university’s missions, objectives and priorities as set by the college dean and development’s senior vice president.  The focus of the position is to build a solid pipeline of major gift prospects. The successful individual in this position will be polished, friendly, driven and willing to get out the door and talk philanthropy. This position requires frequent travel, primarily focused on the state of Ohio.

The Associate Director of Development will exhibit the behaviors associated with the Office of Advancement’s core competencies:  Leadership, Continuous Improvement, Teamwork and Collaboration, and Communication/Interpersonal Effectiveness.

Required: Bachelor’s degree plus at least one year of fundraising experience or experience engaging in persuasive activities or sales with external constituents. Ability to travel and work a flexible schedule, including evenings and weekends. Desired: Basic understanding of the concepts and principles of fundraising; fundraising experience in a university; previous alumni affairs and development experience.

For a complete position description and application instructions, please visit http://osujoblinks.com/894s.  Also, please visit http://advancement.osu.edu/ to learn more about the Ohio State University Office of Advancement.

The Ohio State University is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation or gender identity, national origin, disability status, or protected veteran status.


Date Posted: February 17, 2017

Sr. Director of Gift Planning

The Ohio State University

Columbus, OH

The Office of Gift Planning has incredible momentum and is looking for an experienced planned giving professional to assist in growing its impact across campus. This central development service is aggressively serving as a solution provider to maximize traditional estate assets, complex assets and real estate through leadership and strategic planning. Opportunities abound to drive growth in new fundraising activity and partner with staff and faculty across the university and Wexner Medical Center.  New gift planning activity is consistently over $50,000,000 annually and is well positioned for continued growth and partnership in the units. This front line position will be a significant contributor to ensuring the gift planning function is best in class. Day-to-day tasks will focus on managing a portfolio of planned giving prospects from identification through cultivation and solicitation. Reports directly to the Assistant VP of Gift Planning and oversees two planned giving fundraisers.

Required: Bachelor’s degree required; minimum of 6 years fundraising experience with a proven record of success in identifying, cultivating, soliciting and stewarding annual, special or major gifts from individuals, or equivalent experience practicing tax/estate related law; ability to travel (including overnight trips) approximately 50% of the time and work a flexible schedule, including evenings and weekends. Desired:  Law degree or CPA designation; formal education and/or training in charitable gift planning, estate planning, personal trust administration and charitable tax law; documented experience in managing projects and strategic planning; previous experience in fundraising campaign planning; leadership skills and management experience within a gift planning office at a non-profit organization.

For a complete position description and application instructions, please visit http://osujoblinks.com/aaw9. Also, please visit http://advancement.osu.edu/ to learn more about the Ohio State University Office of Advancement.

The Ohio State University is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation or gender identity, national origin, disability status, or protected veteran status.


Date Posted: February 15, 2017

Philanthropic Officer

Office of Development

Smith College

Smith College is accepting applications for a Philanthropic Officer. Reporting to the Associate Vice President, Individual Gifts, the Philanthropic Officer manages a portfolio of approximately 175-200 major gift-rated ($100K+) prospects; cultivates, solicits and stewards assigned prospects in support of overall divisional fundraising goals; travels frequently in geographically assigned territory to engage and solicit Smith alumnae, parents and friends.   As needed, supports the president, vice president, and volunteer and academic leadership in their fundraising efforts and goals; and plans and executes events focused on the College’s strategic initiatives and on expanding a culture of philanthropy.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

Manage a portfolio of major gift prospects in assigned region(s), maintaining frequent personalized contact, often traveling to meet the donors. Qualify, cultivate and solicit donors for funding to meet institutional priorities and meet fundraising goals.  Design and implement effective and donor-centric strategies to actively engage donors and lead to solicitation. Work with donors and College leaders to match the priority needs of the College with a donor’s philanthropic vision.  Spearhead creative and strategic thinking for innovative gift proposals that inspire donors to make major level gifts, and formally close the gift process.   

As needed, provide strategic and tactical support to involve the president, vice president, other senior cabinet members, key faculty, and volunteer leadership in developing all major gift prospect relationships. Participate when required, in strategic planning for the president’s development travel schedule and review of presidential prospects.   Produce pre-visit briefing materials, and post-visit follow-up communications and proposal plans.

Meet established metrics and goals for visits, solicitations, closes and other meaningful contact with assigned prospects.  Promptly record contact reports and carry out other essential follow up activities and ensure accurate documentation of prospect strategies, solicitation plans and contacts and their entry into the college’s prospect management system.  Analyze activities to achieve progress towards stated goals.  Effectively utilize administrative support and delegate tasks as appropriate. Liaise with Donor Relations, the Smith Fund and Gift Planning to ensure effective, individualized strategies for each prospect.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

Education/Experience:  Bachelor’s degree plus a minimum of three to five years of progressively responsible experience in a successful, metric-based fundraising operation or an equivalent combination of education/experience.  Proven track record of soliciting and closing high five and six-figure gifts required.   Experience in higher education preferred.  Need for flexible work schedule with the ability to travel, and to work nights and weekends.

Skills:  Must be self-motivated with a passion for meeting and exceeding goals. Demonstrated track record in successfully soliciting and closing major gifts ($100K+). Strong strategic thinker and planner. Superb verbal, written, and listening communications skills; demonstrated knowledge of prospect management and fundraising best practices with high-capacity donors; ability to engage in collaborative problem-solving with prospects and colleagues; highly organized in portfolio and time management.  

Must possess a keen knowledge of economic factors, as well as societal trends impacting high capacity donors.  Must be able to establish and maintain excellent rapport with donor constituents as well as on-campus colleagues.  Able to operate both independently and as an active participant in team-based strategies and solicitation approaches. Ability to exercise sound judgment, diplomacy, confidentiality, and to exhibit a mature, professional approach at all times.  Versatile in standard office computer skills and donor database systems.  

Review of application will begin immediately.  To be considered for this position, apply on-line at http://smithcollege.hiretouch.com

Smith College is an EO/AA/Vet/Disability Employer


Date Posted: February 15, 2017

Senior Philanthropic Officer

Development

Smith College

Smith College is accepting applications for a Senior Philanthropic Officer. As part of a collaborative team working toward a shared goal, the Senior Philanthropic Officer manages a geographically assigned pool of 125 to 200 prospective donors through the fund-raising continuum from discovery, cultivation, solicitation and stewardship, focusing on rated major gift ($100K+) prospects; travels frequently in geographically assigned territory (major East Coast market) to engage and solicit Smith alumnae, parents and friends; works with and supports the president, vice president, board members and other key fundraising volunteers in their fundraising efforts and goals; and plans and implements events focused on College’s strategic initiatives and on expanding a culture of philanthropy.  Gift conversations will include annual fund, endowed, capital, current restricted and planned gift components.

Located in Northampton, MA, Smith College is the nation’s largest liberal arts college for women. Smith is a member of the Five College Consortium with Amherst, Hampshire, and Mount Holyoke Colleges and the University of Massachusetts Amherst.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

Manage a portfolio of prospects, maintaining frequent personalized contact, often traveling to meet the donors.  Provide strategic and tactical support to involve the president, vice president, other senior cabinet members, key faculty, and volunteer leadership in developing these relationships.  Increase philanthropic support from Smith alumnae, Smith-affiliated family members, and non-affiliates to become key stakeholders aligned with Smith’s core mission of undergraduate education for women from around the globe. Collaborate with members of the research staff to identify and qualify newly rated prospects.

Participate in strategic planning for the president’s development travel schedule.  Organize and staff the president, and other senior leaders and faculty, on meetings with key gift prospects in the assigned territory. Produce pre-visit briefing materials, and post-visit contact reports, follow-up communications and proposal plans.  Liaise with Principal and Leadership Gifts and alumnae volunteers in region.

Plan, document and implement strategic, individualized stewardship and cultivation plans for each prospect which include invitations to campus, key events, Smith Fund solicitations, and meetings with academic and volunteer leadership. Work with donors and college leaders to match the priority needs of the college with a donor’s philanthropic vision.  Spearhead creative and strategic thinking for innovative gift proposals that inspire donors to make significant gifts, and formally close the gift process, creating appropriate documents.   Provide donors with planned giving options, and collaborate with development colleagues to introduce gift “vehicles” and wealth management options to secure ultimate gifts for Smith.

Meet established metrics and goals for the number of visits, solicitations, closes and other meaningful contact with assigned prospects.  Promptly record contact reports, strategies, planned solicitations and other prospect interactions through CRM system. Analyze activities to achieve progress toward stated goals.  Effectively utilize administrative support and delegate tasks as appropriate.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

Education/Experience:  Bachelor’s degree required and seven to ten years of progressively responsible fund raising experience required, with a proven record of six-figure and seven figure gift fundraising success or an equivalent combination of education/experience.  Master’s degree preferred.  Experience in higher education, particularly within a women’s liberal arts college, is preferred, as is experience working with alumni, parents and families, and volunteer and academic leadership.  Experience with private and family foundations and knowledge of gift planning tools and techniques is helpful. Familiarity with the Smith community and campus is a plus.   Need for flexible work schedule with the ability to travel, and to work nights and weekends.   

Skills:  Demonstrated record of success in raising six and seven figure gifts.  Desire to meet and exceed goals, demonstrated knowledge of prospect management best practices with high-capacity donors; ability to engage in collaborative problem solving with prospects and colleagues; highly organized in portfolio and time management. Superb verbal, written, and listening communications skills.    Must be able to establish and maintain excellent rapport with donor constituents as well as on-campus colleagues.  Able to operate both independently and as an active participant in team-based strategies and solicitation approaches. Ability to exercise sound judgment, diplomacy, confidentiality, and to exhibit a mature, professional approach at all times.  Versatile in standard office computer skills and donor database systems.  

Review of application will begin immediately.  To be considered for this position, apply on-line at http://smithcollege.hiretouch.com

Smith College is an EO/AA/Vet/Disability Employer


Date Posted: February 10, 2017

SENIOR DIRECTOR OF MAJOR GIFTS

DIRECTOR OF MAJOR GIFTS, SOUTHERN STATES REGION

UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN

OFFICE OF UNIVERSITY DEVELOPMENT

Position summary: The Senior Regional Director of Major Gifts, Tri-State Region, leads a major gift program within the region representing the breadth of the University of Michigan.  This individual will develop and execute long and short-term strategies to secure major and planned gifts ($100,000 or more) in concert with senior academic leaders and development colleagues in a decentralized development environment.  Primary responsibilities will be implemented through regular and frequent visits with U-M constituents throughout the assigned region.  Travel throughout the region and to Ann Arbor will be an essential part of the position as will participation in evening and weekend activities. 

RESPONSIBILITIES* 

• 70% -- Personal prospect management and solicitation

  • Develop and manage a portfolio of major gift prospects with emphasis on those prospects who require or benefit from a university-wide approach (multiple degrees, demonstrated interest in multiple schools or programs) 
  • Aggressively identify and formally qualify new major and planned gift prospects by developing and executing long-range and short-range strategies and plans to identify, cultivate and solicit prospects, producing a continuous stream of donors capable of making gifts of $100,000 or more in the region
  • Lead the major and planned gift solicitation process in the region by focusing on prospects under personal management and by supporting and facilitating solicitations directed by other staff. Ensure that prospects capable of major gifts are cultivated and solicited in an appropriate and deliberate manner. 
  • Maintain pace of 15-20 visits per month and 20+ asks per year

• 15% -- Partnership with Campus Colleagues

  • Develop and maintain strong relationships with academic and other unit colleagues on campus 
  • Prepare an annual plan in consultation with school/college/unit–based colleagues with an emphasis on adding value to their efforts in the regions
  • Maintain oversight on the quality and quantity of major gift activity in the region and take action to increase both as appropriate
  • Through collegial consultation and cooperation, work diligently to ensure that the best prospects in the region are being actively managed 
  • Coordinate and facilitate activity in the region that will directly result in prospect identification, engagement and successful solicitations, including advising executive officers, deans and development colleagues on the culture, expectations and needs of the University’s constituents in the region

• 10% -- Development of U-M Strategy and Prospects in Region

  • Work closely with the Director of Major Gifts, Tri-State, to plan and lead the major and planned gift solicitation process in the region by focusing on prospects under personal management and by supporting and facilitating solicitations directed by other U-M development staff 
  • Develop a strategic engagement pipeline and events plan for the region
  • Advance the prospect portfolio to grow the number of seven-figure donors
  • Advise senior leadership (Development and Administrative) in Ann Arbor on donor strategy and trip planning  
  • Develop market awareness of the University of Michigan throughout the region

• 5% -- Volunteer Management

  • Recruit and sustain a strong volunteer network and committee structure in the region to assist efforts in prospect identification, cultivation, and solicitation
  • Provide expanded opportunities for key prospects to engage with Michigan’s academic leaders and one another
  • Focus on the Tri-State Council

• Perform other duties as required or assigned

REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS*

  • Bachelor’s degree required 
  • Ten years of development experience, with at least seven years of major gift experience.  
  • Demonstrated track record of financial development and/or sales productivity in a complex work environment
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills
  • Demonstrated ability to work within a campus culture that includes a diverse array of personalities and to manage conflicting expectations
  • Availability to manage travel, including evenings, weekends, and holidays, when needed
  • Alignment and support of U-M priorities and community values
  • Commitment to being part of a team

DESIRED QUALITIFICATIONS*

  • Experience in higher education preferred
  • Sound knowledge of laws, practices and philosophy of charitable giving

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

For additional information about this position and to review other current openings in Development, please visit our website at:www.giving.umich.edu/careers

MISSION STATEMENT

The Office of University Development maximizes private support for the University of Michigan through high-quality collaboration with the development programs of schools, colleges, and units. We also provide fundraising leadership through the stimulation and facilitation of healthy, productive and life-long relationships with our colleagues, alumni, friends, foundations and corporations.

APPLICATION DEADLINE

Although the Posting End Date may indicate otherwise, this job may be filled and closed anytime after a posting duration of seven calendar days. 

U-M EEO/AA STATEMENT

The University of Michigan is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.


Date Posted: February 10, 2017

Director of Development

UCLA California NanoSystems Institute

Building on a visionary investment in research, scientific advancement, and education, the California NanoSystems Institute (CNSI) at UCLA is a world-class collaborative center that generates ideas, discoveries and talent that fuel innovation. CNSI faculty represents a multi-disciplinary team of preeminent scientists from the life and physical sciences, engineering, medicine, and related fields. Their work embodies expertise in four targeted areas of nano-related research focused on energy, environment, health-medicine, and information technology.

The Director of Development, CNSI, will be directly responsible for identifying, cultivating, and soliciting major gift prospects, creating donor and industry-centric communications that reflect these funding priorities, and developing activities to achieve specific goals. He/She will design and implement a comprehensive and integrated set of strategies related to the following: philanthropy, including public/private partnerships for CNSI; formation and engagement of the CNSI external advisory board; development communications; and media relations to address specific funding needs related to the academic priorities of the Institute. The Director will plan, manage and direct efforts of the CNSI to engage and build relationships with private individuals, corporations, foundations and other organizations in an effort to significantly increase philanthropy for the CNSI.

Reporting jointly to the Senior Director of Development and the CNSI Director, and working closely with the CNSI Executive Director, the Director of Development will identify and secure the necessary resources from public/private partnerships that will sustain and grow CNSI’s ability to provide transformative research capabilities. He/She will work in partnership with the CNSI Director of Entrepreneurship and Commercialization, the CNSI Education Manager, and other Institute staff to  identify prospects; develop solicitation strategies; and cultivate external relationships with corporations, investors, and foundations. The Director of Development will collaborate closely with the Institute's staff to contribute to a multi-faceted communications platform to enhance the reputation of the Institute and increase its visibility to a broad range of funders.

The University of California is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer advancing inclusive excellence. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, age, protected veteran status, or other protected categories covered by the UC nondiscrimination policy - http://policy.ucop.edu/doc/4000376/NondiscrimAffirmAct

For a more detailed description of this position (#24538) and how to apply, please visit:

http://developmentcareers.ucla.edu/posting.aspx?Type=dev&ID=1450

Or go to UCLA’s Development Careers website at http://www.developmentcareers.ucla.edu, click Open Development Positions, and then click the job title from the list.


Date Posted: February 8, 2017

Director or Senior Director of  Major Giving

College of Arts and Sciences

University of Oregon

The College of Arts and Sciences (CAS) is the intellectual hub of the University of Oregon, providing academic programs that support the mission of the entire institution and shape its identity as a comprehensive research university. Cross-cutting all of these endeavors are the disciplines that comprise the three academic divisions of CAS: humanities, social sciences and natural sciences. These diverse approaches to knowledge exemplify what the liberal arts and sciences offer to both students and faculty —a multidimensional, nuanced approach to understanding the complex world we live in.

University Advancement is responsible for strategically positioning the UO with its various constituents and securing resources to further its aims. The division consists of approximately 200 employees primarily working out of Eugene, with offices in Portland and Bend. Departments within University Advancement include: Advancement/UO Alumni Association; Development; Stewardship and Special Events; Advancement Operations; Federal Affairs; and State and Community Affairs. University Development is a comprehensive fund raising department with an overall mission to sustain and enhance excellence at the University of Oregon through securing and stewarding philanthropic gifts; to raise funds from private sources to fund priorities outlined by the university’s faculty and administrative leadership.

The Director/Sr. Director of Major Gifts serves as front line officer to promote university fundraising priorities and image to alumni, parents, and friends of the university. At a Director level this position is responsible for the identification, qualification, cultivation, and solicitation of prospects with the capacity to make gifts of $100K or more. This position will be assigned to a specific university unit or geographic region and is field oriented, requiring direct contact with donors and donor prospects. The director will be responsible for meeting fundraising goals as they relate to the strategic needs of the university. Performance as measured against these goals will be evaluated annually. This position will involve regular travel to meet with gift prospects.

At a Senior Director level this position will be responsible for all of the above as well as oversight of specific programs in the college include: (1) management of the CAS stewardship program and ensuring close coordination between the college and the University Advancement central stewardship office; (2) in partnership with University Advancement Annual Fund office, supervise and integrate a lead annual fund position focused on CAS donor acquisition and lead annual gifts; (3) Supervision of CAS development non-fundraising staff; (4) creation of strategy and new programs to grow the donor and volunteer pipeline. Supervision is received from the Executive Director of Development, CAS. In consultation with Senior Associate Vice President, Development and relevant academic and administrative leaders on campus, the incumbent will set annual goals for the programs under supervision and the Director/Sr. Director will be evaluated annually for performance as measured against these goals.

Salary is commensurate with experience and will range from $85,000 + at the director level and from $95,000+ at the senior director level. The university offers an excellent package of employee benefits. For further information please see the full position announcement, including minimum and required qualifications, education requirements, and application procedure on the UO website at: http://careers.uoregon.edu/cw/en-us/job/519719/director-or-senior-director-of-major-giving  #519719.

Search will remain open until filled. To ensure consideration, please submit application materials by March 8, 2017. This position is subject to the completion of a criminal background check. We are committed to creating a more inclusive and diverse institution and invite applications from qualified candidates who share our commitment to diversity.

EO/AA/Veterans/Disability institution committed to cultural diversity.


Date Posted: February 8, 2017

Executive Director, Major Gifts

Northwestern University

Chicago, Illinois

The Executive Director, Major Gifts is a senior management and fundraising position within the Feinberg School of Medicine's Office of Development and Alumni Relations, reporting to the Vice Dean for Development. The Executive Director mentors, coaches and manages major gift fundraisers for specific mission areas; designs and implements innovative programs to identify prospective major and/or principal gift donors. This role devises and executes plans to qualify, cultivate, steward and solicit donors. The Executive Director partners with senior staff, deans and faculty, to coordinate efforts; interfaces with campus leadership to develop philanthropic and fundraising strategies, and prepares them for prospect meetings and solicitations.

Specific Responsibilities:

Strategic Planning

  • Creates and leads a coordinated program of fundraising activities designed to increase the number and level of major and/or principal gift donors.

  • Develops and executes strategies to involve campus leaders, alumni, friends and volunteers to identify and cultivate new individual, institutional and/or foundation prospects.

    • Prioritizes funding opportunities in the Neurosciences, individual grateful patient giving and Mothers and Children's initiatives.

Collaboration

  • Reviews and proposes strategic alliances, joint ventures and key collaborations with department and other university partners to identify opportunities to integrate university strategic plan goals.

  • Oversees and coaches team members regarding department collaborations.

  • Collaborates with Northwestern Medicine partners, including Northwestern Memorial Foundation and Lurie Children's Hospital, and works on cross-school initiatives with colleagues in Northwestern's central Alumni Relations and Development department.

Prospects and Gifts

  • Mentors, coaches and manages major gift fundraisers.

  • Provides leadership, determines and evaluates individual goals, develops and implements training and mentoring, and assigns and monitors coverage of primary areas of focus, ensuring that goals and objectives are attained.

  • Identifies and personally solicits high profile, and/or extremely complex major gifts of $250K+ by managing a portfolio of top-level prospects.

  • Oversees the research and maintenance of up-to-date knowledge on prospects and works with other areas to coordinate contacts.

  • Travels throughout the region or country as needed to cultivate prospect relationships.

Administration

  • Oversees administration of major gifts operations.

  • Ensures compliance with prospect management guidelines to track contact and report on progress.

  • Coordinates appointments and prepares materials used by senior management, board members and volunteers for meetings, visits, events or phone calls with high profile prospects.

  • Oversees administrative support management to ensure team success and effective daily operations.

Supervisory

  • Supervises one or more staff and/or provides work direction to others.

    • Manages Development Assistant or Program Assistant.

    • Mentors staff and team members where appropriate.

  • Provides training to staff within or outside of immediate department or division in regard to function.

  • Leads, coaches and evaluates performance of direct report(s).

Performs other duties as assigned.

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Successful completion of a full 4-year course of study in an accredited college or university leading to a bachelor's or higher degree in business, accounting, marketing or other relevant area of study, or two years equivalent experience in development function; OR appropriate combination of education and experience.

  • 10 years' development, marketing, sales or the equivalent experience is required.

  • Team leadership; analytical thinking, complex problem solving and planning; global/ organizational perspective; ability to work in fast-paced environment; comfortable with change and associated ambiguity.

  • Solid knowledge of fundraising techniques and ability to cultivate and solicit donations from individuals at major and principal gift levels.

  • Ability to organize and manage multiple projects/tasks simultaneously; must have ability to work independently, collaborate with colleagues, and to adapt to changing priorities.

  • Demonstrated ability to:

    • Communicate verbally and in writing

    • Develop and maintain interpersonal relationships

    • Recruit and manage activities of volunteer staff

    • Analyze information/situations and solve problems

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Background/experience in health care administration/fundraising preferred.

  • Knowledge of current issues facing private universities, medical schools and health care organizations, and interests of assigned school, students, faculty and alumni.

***Interested candidates should APPLY directly via our “Careers” section on the Northwestern University website ***

http://www.northwestern.edu/hr/careers

The position is listed as: Executive Director, Major Gifts - Job ID Reference # 30170

Northwestern University is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action Employer of all protected classes, including veterans and individuals with disabilities. Women, racial and ethnic minorities, individuals with disabilities, and veterans are encouraged to apply. Hiring is contingent upon eligibility to work in the United States.


Date Posted: February 7, 2017

Associate Director of Research

Harvard University

Cambridge, MA

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

*1. Requires a demonstrated advanced working knowledge of online reference sources and data resources applicable to prospect research. Requires in depth knowledge of wealth indicators and rating assessments.

*2. Assists in developing metrics to determine and report departmental success. Participates in setting the agenda for Research staff meetings and Tools & techniques meetings.

*3. Management responsibility for four members of the Research staff, including hiring, mentoring, goal setting, continuous feedback and performance evaluation.

*4. Works with the Director of Research to set strategic goals for the department, and works with the Research and Prospect Management team toward achievement of strategic objectives.

*5. Meets regularly with client groups, including schools, and with individual fundraisers as needed. Informally surveys those we support periodically to assure needs are being met, and identify areas for improvement. Markets departmental capabilities to clients.

*6. Identify new prospects, conduct in-depth research profiles and evaluation of financial capabilities of new prospects and existing donors.

*7. Work with confidential information and with publicly accessible information, with a view of assessing donor viability. Identify and interpret wealth indicators including income, assets and insider stock data.

*8. Work directly with fundraisers to determine research strategies for identifying new prospects. Conceptualize and develop proactive prospecting methodologies to support fundraising objectives.

*9. Actively participate and occasionally lead Research staff meetings. Provides input for Tools & Techniques meetings and training suggestions.

*10. Ability to use extreme discretion when working with highly confidential information.

*11. Ability to use sound judgement and apply ethical considerations with confidential information. Ability to think creatively with resources at hand.

*12. Keep abreast of alumni in the news, philanthropic trends, and Harvard current events and fundraising priorities.

*13. Excellent verbal and written communication skills required.

*14. Ability to multi-task on different projects and initiatives. Ability to work in a team effort to reach organizational goals.

*15. Ability to analyze, interpret and summarize complex information. Ability to work under strict deadlines.

*16. Must complete a three-month University probationary period. Must maintain an excellent attendance record.

*Basic Qualifications

• Bachelor's degree at an accredited higher education institution required.
• Minimum of 6 years of research-focused experience in a development, library, or legal research environment required.

Additional Qualifications

• Two or more years of management experience preferred.
• Prospect research experience in a development environment preferred.
• Proficiency at planning and setting meaningful objectives and integrating the work of prospect research into overall fundraising objectives preferred.
• Demonstrated working knowledge of online reference and data resources applicable to prospect research preferred.
• Ability to use extreme discretion when working with highly confidential information.
• Utilize sound judgment, strong self-direction, and self-motivation.
• Strong attention to accuracy and detail.
• Demonstrated ability to collaborate with people at all levels, and willingness to function as part of a team.
• Familiarity with fee-based resources such as Lexis-Nexis, iWave, Capital IQ and Donorsearch required. Ability to analyze and interpret proxy statements and proficiency at formulating online search strategies.
• Excellent writing and organizational skills; excellent computer skills; ability to prioritize and analyze confidential information with discretion.
• Possess strong interpersonal and communications skills.


Date Posted: February 3, 2017

Assistant Director/Associate Director/Director of Advancement

College of Engineering, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

The College of Engineering Office of Advancement invites applications and nominations for two full-time major gift officers.  One Assistant Director/Associate Director/Director will secure private support for the Departments of Materials Science and Engineering (MatSE), Nuclear, Plasma, and Radiological Engineering (NPRE) and Physics. The second Assistant Director/Associate Director/Director will secure private support for departments and funding priorities within the College as determined by the Associate Dean for Advancement and the Dean. Both major gift officers will play a critical role in efforts to deepen relationships with alumni and donors in the departments.

The College of Engineering at Illinois is among the world’s most prestigious and largest engineering institutions and the departments represented are world leaders in education, research and scholarship. In addition, each department produces high-achieving and successful alumni who area driving force in the world of engineering and beyond. To learn more about each of these top-ranked departments, please visit engineering.illinois.edu.

Primary Function

The successful candidates will be responsible for fundraising activities and implementation for the departments’ strategic plans to increase private giving to the department. Most of the efforts of these positions will be devoted to identifying, cultivating, soliciting and stewarding major gift prospects and donors.  In both positions, the Associate Director/Director will manage a portfolio of 100 or more major gift prospects and be expected to close five-figure, six-figure, and seven-figure gifts on a regular basis. One position will report jointly to the Associate Dean for Advancement for the College Engineering and to the Department Heads of MatSE, NPRE and Physics.  The second position will report to the Associate Dean for Advancement will work closely with the Department Heads of the units that s/he assists based on the College’s top funding priorities.

Duties and Responsibilities

Identify, assess, analyze, and design appropriate strategies for approaching prospects and donors and making the vitally important match between donors’ philanthropic interests and the Departments’ programmatic and curricular needs.

Work closely with faculty and staff to gain a strong knowledge of the academic and research programs in order to identify and define priorities to be funded through private support.

Plan and implement effective outreach and cultivation activities to enhance prospect identification and move solicitation and stewardship processes forward. Prepare faculty and other volunteers to participate in cultivation, solicitation and stewardship of major gifts as needed.

Proactively manage a portfolio of 100 or more individual major gift prospects and donors (with an emphasis on gifts of $100,000 and more), determining frequency of contact needed.

Determine and prioritize lists of donor prospects, alumni and other stakeholders to be contacted for personal visits.

Maintain a travel schedule of 30 - 50% time including some evenings and weekends.

Use independent judgment to determine appropriate use of resources for travel to priority destinations nationally to meet with alumni, friends, corporations and foundations for the purpose of building relationships leading to financial support of the University.

Required Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s degree

  • Understanding of major donor prospect qualification, cultivation, solicitation and stewardship

  • Demonstrated excellent oral and written communication skills and experience working in a collaborative, team-oriented environment

  • For the title of Assistant Director, a minimum of two years of successful advancement experience or three years related work experience.  For the title of Associate Director, a minimum of three years of successful advancement experience or more than six years of related work experience (such as sales, marketing communications, financial planning, etc.). For the title of Director, a minimum of five years of successful advancement experience or ten years of strongly related work experience (such as sales, marketing, communications, financial planning, etc.).

  • Demonstrated ability to represent an organization in visits with key constituents

  • Strong relationship management skills

Preferred Qualifications

  • Master’s Degree

  • Documented success as a major and principal gift fundraiser in higher education

  • Knowledge of advancement strategies including best practices related to development at institutions of higher education

  • Advancement experience in an academic unit that produces degrees and conducts rigorous academic research

  • Previous experience working with faculty leaders

  • Experience managing alumni and/or student programs and devising innovative programs to engage alumni and/or donors to support academic priorities

Salary

Competitive and commensurate with qualifications and experience.

To Apply

To ensure full consideration, application materials must be received by March 3, 2017. Please complete your candidate profile at http://jobs.illinois.edu and upload a letter of application, resume and the names, address, phone numbers and email addresses of three professional references. For more information regarding application procedures, contact Brenda Morris at bcmorris@illinois.edu. Proposed starting date is as soon as possible after the closing date.  Interviews may take place prior to the closing date; however, no decision will be made until after that date.

The University of Illinois conducts criminal background checks on all job candidates upon acceptance of a contingent offer.
Illinois is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer and
welcomes individuals with diverse backgrounds, experiences, and ideas who
embrace and value diversity and inclusivity (www.inclusiveillinois.illinois.edu).


Date Posted: February 3, 2017

Director of Major Gifts, Southern States Region

University of Michigan


Date Posted: February 3, 2017

Assistant Director, FAS Donor Engagement and Events

Harvard University

Cambridge, Massachusetts

Duties and Responsibilities

1. Serves as a contact for FAS faculty and administrative leaders for development events and prospect appointments. With manager, identifies and recruits faculty and senior administrators for development-related events. Advises colleagues on the protocol for faculty contact for development activity. Ensures strategic use and acknowledgement of faculty development involvement, including identifying and coordinating opportunities for collaboration within the FAS Development organization.

2. Manages speaker/academic programming and content for a range of development-focused events with fundraisers. Supports information flow in various ways, including by tracking faculty use and other record keeping to inform future decisions. Coordinates briefing process (in person meetings and written briefings) for faculty/administrators and follow-up with and/ acknowledgement to speakers.

3. Works closely with frontline staff to organize faculty and/or administrator meetings for individual donor visits on and off campus.

4. Creates and manages detailed itineraries for faculty and administrator trips that include development events and/or prospect visits. Works with manager and frontline regional directors to establish, prioritize, and implement prospect pipelines for select academic and administrative leaders in key cities.

5. Coordinates and communicates with fundraisers on event and donor engagement strategies. Serves as event planning consultant to fundraising staff, as appropriate, and/or coordinates with event manager to facilitate planning logistics. Works to ensure that events are developed and implemented in ways that will advance the fundraising priorities of the FAS, University, and Campaign. 

6. Writes and directs distribution of event and prospect meeting briefings.

7. With manager and other Assistant Directors, directs the work of a Staff Assistant, FAS Donor Engagement and Events.

8. As needed, responsible for donor engagement and campaign-related projects at manager's direction.

9. Attends planning meetings, training sessions, and events. Attends other training sessions, conferences, and workshops as necessary.

10. Cultivates favorable working relationships with institutional and external constituencies. Provides highest level of client service.

11. Handles various administrative duties (e.g. arranging meetings, answering phones, maintaining files, entering data).

12. The above covers the most significant responsibilities of the position. It does not, however, exclude other duties, the inclusion of which would be in conformity with the level of the position.

Job Requirements

*Basic Qualifications

Must have a minimum of three years experience in planning and coordinating events and meetings, preferably in a fundraising and/or academic environment; proven ability in project management, preferably with events; knowledge of Microsoft Office software and must occasionally work additional evening and weekend hours. Some travel may be required.

Additional Qualifications

• BA/BS degree or equivalent preferred; three or more years related office experience, preferably in an academic environment. Must be highly organized, detail-oriented, and have strong interpersonal and communication skills. Ability to establish and promote good working relationships with alumni, colleagues, faculty, administrators, students, and vendors. Must be flexible and possess the ability to handle multiple tasks accurately under deadline pressure. Proven ability working in a complex organization and making informed decisions in the context of strategic organizational goals and policies. Must be able to work independently and take initiative. Must have ability to handle confidential materials with discretion.

• Must be a professional, proactive, creative, collaborative, conscientious, and results-oriented individual. Should have ability to think strategically and conceptually, and display sound judgment.

• Solid computer skills in a PC environment with the capability to master new software applications and technologies, including database management.

• Must be energetic, motivated to learn and open to change. 

• Excellent speaking, writing, and client service skills required. Professional phone etiquette required.

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