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add to favorites Coordinator, Advancement Services.
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Columbia University in the City of New York is currently seeking applications for the position of Coordinator, Advancement Services.

Reporting to the Senior Associate Director of Advancement Services, the Coordinator will provide support to the financial reporting and data management team. S/he will assist with all aspects of ongoing data integrity including identifying, prioritizing and executing data assessment, providing creative troubleshooting, and managing related data entry into the department's database, Athena. S/he will serve as an Athena database user expert, sharing in-house knowledge within External Relations and Development. S/he will also supervise the work of our designated student workers. The successful candidate must have outstanding analytical and organizational skills, attention to detail, writing ability and strong interpersonal skills.

For further information and to apply to this job visit the following link: http://www.columbia.edu
add to favorites Associate Director, GSAS Annual Fund
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Columbia University in the City of New York is currently seeking applications for the position of Associate Director, GSAS Annual Fund.

Reporting to the Associate Vice President for Academic Planning in Columbia University's Office of Alumni and Development, the Associate Director of the GSAS Annual Fund works with donors, prospects, and volunteers who have the capacity to make annual gifts at the leadership level ($500 to $50,000) to the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences.

The Associate Director will staff a portfolio of approximately 300 GSAS alumni prospects and will work closely with Major Gift Officers and Planned Giving staff in the Office of Alumni and Development, Columbia Alumni Association staff, and staff from other university offices. As warranted, s/he will work with Dean of the Graduate School of Arts and Science and provide briefings for the dean's annual fund solicitations.

For further information and to apply to this job visit the following link: http://www.columbia.edu
add to favorites Director of Planned Giving
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Director of Planned Giving — Full Time

Duties:
St. Norbert College has an opening for a Director of Planned Giving, responsible for identifying, cultivating, soliciting and stewarding College alumni and friends to close planned gifts, often as a part of a team that may include faculty, staff, students and/or volunteers. Additional responsibilities include: developing and executing marketing plans for the purpose of promoting lifetime and testamentary gifts; working with the Advancement Services department to prepare standard reports that reflect planned gift activity and accountability; managing and leading the Rev. Anselm Keefe Society and the Gift Planning Advisory Council; building strong relationships with trust officers, financial planners, attorneys, accountants and other financial professionals; and working with the Finance department to monitor and report on planned gifts to assure that the College's fiduciary responsibilities are met. Will travel overnight frequently in order to cultivate and solicit gifts.

Experience:
The preferred candidate will have a bachelor's degree (graduate or professional degree preferred). A law degree or financial planning certification is a plus. Must have five years of progressively responsible experience in fundraising, including gift planning, or related experience (such as estate or financial planning) and excellent verbal, written and interpersonal communication skills.

How To Apply:
St. Norbert College, a thriving Catholic, liberal arts college rooted in the Norbertine tradition, welcomes applications from members of all faith traditions and backgrounds. We seek those who can contribute to our Mission (http://www.snc.edu/mission) and support our commitment to building a vibrant, diverse community. The College offers an outstanding benefits package including health and life insurance, retirement plan and tuition waiver.

Submit an application, cover letter and resume to Staffing Specialist, Human Resources, St. Norbert College, 100 Grant Street, De Pere, WI 54115 or via email to: employment@snc.edu.

Education Required: Bachelor's degree
Applications received by November 14, 2011 are ensured of full consideration.

For further information and to apply to this job visit the following link: http://www.snc.edu
add to favorites Development Assistant
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The Development Assistant in the Office of Development's Foundation Relations Office at the Keck School of Medicine (KSOM) will report to the Senior Executive Director of Foundation Relations and the Associate Director of Foundations Relations and the Development Coordinator. The Foundation Relations Office team supports the fundraising efforts for the entire Keck Medicine enterprise, including but not limited to the Norris Comprehensive Cancer Center and Hospital, Zilkha Neurogenetic Institute, Eli & Edythe Broad Center for Regenerative Medicine and Stem Cell Research, Dean's priorities and other clinical and basic The Development Assistant will play a vital role in the department's operations directly affecting the team's capacity to meet the increasing workload related to the University campaign activity. The Development Assistant is responsible for assisting the Senior Executive Director of Foundation Relations, the Associate Director of Foundations Relations and the Development Coordinator. This position will manage the calendar, arrange meetings with internal faculty/staff, as well as current and prospective donors. The Development assistant will perform prospect research to identify and evaluate prospective funders. This position will assist with data entry, database maintenance, maintain electronic and hard-copy donor files, and other administrative tasks for the Foundation Relations Team.

The University of Southern California is an Equal Opportunity Employer that values Diversity.

For further information and to apply to this job visit the following link: https://jobs.usc.edu
add to favorites Relationship Management Analyst
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The Relationship Management Analyst will provide information, analysis, and management tools to support effective fundraising for the University of Southern California(USC). In partnership with the Associate Director of Relationship Management, the incumbent will work with a university-wide relationship management database to help manage and grow the size and value of the overall prospect pool and to support assigned teams and senior leadership in the identification, qualification, cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship of prospects in their pool. Specific duties include:

* monitor and report on fundraising progress, pool quality, and growth for the prospect pools and portfolios managed by Relationship Managers and development staff;

* assist with developing special project plans and analyses as well as provide relationship management and project planning support for all relevant University Strategic Initiatives;

* design and produce meaningful, regular, custom and ad-hoc relationship management reports, charts, and graphs to support metric driven fundraising;

* use databases and data analysis tools (such as Cognos, Excel, Access, etc) to query and analyze information to inform teams and other leadership and accurately track the activity between donors, prospects, and the units/schools/divisions;

* create project management and data tracking processes that allow for - and emphasize - maximum transparency of all qualification, cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship activities to other fundraising groups across campus;

* manage, coordinate and respond to assigned teams and senior leadership requests as the reporting liaison expert for University Advancement. This includes assisting with database "help" questions, facilitating individual database training sessions and conducting one-on-one meetings with team members as needed.

USC has excellent benefits, including health benefits for staff & their family with access to the renowned university medical network; eligibility for retirement plans with employer contributions after six (6) months of employment; tuition benefits for staff & their family; free Professional Development classes; central Los Angeles location with easy access to commuter trains, buses & free tram pick up services; discounts to football, basketball & other campus events.

The University of Southern California values diversity and is committed to equal opportunity in employment.

For further information and to apply to this job visit the following link: https://jobs.usc.edu
add to favorites Senior Development Research Analyst
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Viable candidates for the Senior Development Research Analyst position (at the University of Southern California (USC)) should have at least 3 years of direct, hands-on experience working as a development analyst and be adept at handling more project-based assignments.

Responsibilities include:

1) Develop and determine research project strategies; consult with the Director of Research and other development officers regarding the best strategy and possible resources;

2) Provide research-based counsel and analysis to development officers regarding cultivation and solicitation strategies; meet with assigned development officers regularly to review prospects and projects and/or to provide detailed briefings on prospect resources;

3) Conduct investigative research using local, state, national sources, and a variety of print and electronic sources to identify potential donors and provide in-depth personal and financial information on prospects. Make recommendations on possible new sources.

4) Research, gather, analyze, synthesize, and interpret biographical and financial information on individuals, corporations, and/or foundations based on development staff's fundraising strategies and objectives. Analyze a variety of information to identify trends and patterns.

5) Assign prospect ratings based on giving-capacity as determined by extensive financial research based on various sources such as online databases, published references, and other documents. Assist development officers in rating the giving-potential of identified prospects.

6) Make presentations to development officers and staff, providing an overview of research services and procedures, research methodologies, and resources of Development Research.

7) Develop new techniques for prospect identification through electronic databases, internal colleagues, and/or external relationships with key volunteers.

8) Design spreadsheets, reports, and worksheets for prospect identification and tracking. Establish and maintain electronic databases for development purposes. Review, evaluate, and recommend revisions to various databases commensurate with the changing needs of institutional advancement research.

9) Respond to inquiries and prepare concise and detailed written reports to determine financial assets, potential philanthropic support, areas of interest and other University affiliations.

10) Supervise research interns and graduate students, as needed. Interview, hire, and train research interns and graduate students. Schedule and delegate workloads.

USC has excellent benefits, including health benefits for staff & their family with access to the renowned university medical network; eligibility for retirement plans with employer contributions after six (6) months of employment; tuition benefits for staff & their family; free Professional Development classes; central Los Angeles location with easy access to commuter trains, buses & free tram pick up services; discounts to football, basketball & other campus events.

The University of Southern California values diversity and is committed to equal opportunity in employment.

For further information and to apply to this job visit the following link: https://jobs.usc.edu
add to favorites Assistant Director of Gift Services
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The Assistant Director of Gift Services is responsible for managing the flow of donor contributions within the Gift Services and Data Integrity Department. This department is responsible for the day to day management of the information flow into and out of the University of Southern California's (USC) Contributor Relations System (CRS) for the university and its various departments. This position works independently and receives limited supervision.

The Assistant Director of Gift Services helps to ensure that accurate information of gifts and pledges made by alumni, parents, faculty, staff, and friends is recorded and disseminated, and that timely information support is provided for all departments/units, not only in the office of University Advancement, but also to other offices within the university.

The Assistant Director of Gift Services participates in the development and implementation of procedures and policies related to the process of recording donor pledges, pledge payments, outright and matching gifts, and payroll deduction. These processes include, but are not limited to, information contained in CRS, On-Line contribution web page, and Kuali.

This position will have the responsibility for assisting with the management of approximately eight full-time Gift Specialist positions, which are responsible for financial data entry.

Other duties included but not limited to:
* alumni/donor records management and integrity;
* financial report production;
* management and responsibility for all gift processing;
* gift account policies and procedures;
* acknowledgement policies and procedures.

USC has excellent benefits, including health benefits for staff & their family with access to the renowned university medical network; eligibility for retirement plans with employer contributions after six (6) months of employment; tuition benefits for staff & their family; free Professional Development classes; central Los Angeles location with easy access to commuter trains, buses & free tram pick up services; discounts to football, basketball & other campus events.

The University of Southern California values diversity and is committed to equal opportunity in employment.

For further information and to apply to this job visit the following link: https://jobs.usc.edu
add to favorites Associate Director of Annual Giving
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Develop and implement plans and strategies to increase financial support of LMU at the leadership level ($1,000 - $25,000) from alumni, parents, and friends of LMU. Maintain and grow existing relationships with volunteers and establish new relationships in order to increase participation in various fundraising and volunteer programs.

Direct Supervisory Responsibility
Two or more Assistant Directors of Annual Giving

In consultation with the Director of Annual Giving, establish and meet annual qualitative and quantitative goals, objectives and key accountabilities in order to increase donors and dollars raised through the Presidential Donor program. Determine the most effective means to report progress and provide assessment and analysis on a regular basis.

Manage, train and evaluate two or more Assistant Directors responsible for leadership level solicitations, acquisitions, renewals and upgrades from alumni, parents and friends of LMU. Hire, develop, coordinate and conduct staff training in all areas, perform Staff Reviews and take disciplinary action as needed.

Effectively make at least 24 sustentative contacts per month. Solicit LMU alumni, parents, and friends for leadership gifts of $1,000 to $25,000.

Discover and qualify new prospects. Develop and implement cultivation and solicitation strategies for annual leadership support of LMU through the effective management of a pre-assigned geographic portfolio of leadership donors and prospects.

For further information and to apply to this job visit the following link: https://jobs.lmu.edu
add to favorites Associate Director, Development Research
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The University of Southern California's University Advancement is seeking a Development Research Specialist to join the team. The Development Research Specialist serves as Associate Director, Development Research oversees the production of research directly related to fundraising programs and projects for development directors, officers and/or other department managers for the University. Coordinates operations and administrative functions including planning, scheduling, and personnel administration.

The University of Southern California values diversity and is committed to equal opportunity in employment.

For further information and to apply to this job visit the following link: https://jobs.usc.edu
add to favorites Development Associate
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The Center on Philanthropy and Public Policy at the University of Southern California is seeking qualified candidates for the position of Development Associate.

The Center on Philanthropy and Public Policy is an integral part of the School of Policy, Planning, and Development. Established in 2000, the Center promotes effective philanthropy and strengthens the nonprofit sector through research and convenings that inform philanthropic decision making and public policy to advance community problem solving. The Center does this in two ways. First, we conduct research on philanthropy, volunteerism, and the nonprofit sector. And second, we communicate the findings and their implications as well as surface emerging issues by convening key decision makers in forums, roundtables, and a distinguished speakers series. For additional information on the Center see: www.usc.edu/philanthropy.

The Development Associate is a new position that will play a vital role in the Center. This position reports directly to the Associate Director/Director of Development and External Relations and is responsible for event management and identifying prospects and soliciting annual gifts. The primary job functions include, but are not limited to: working with the Associate Director/Director of Development and External Relations to plan the Center's special events, including the Distinguished Speakers Series and national forums; conducting research and soliciting annual gifts to expand the Center's donor and constituent base (including individuals, corporations, and foundations); assisting in development of strategic communications, including maintaining the Center's website; updating, maintaining and manipulating the Center's ACT database for use in strategic communications; administrative support for Associate Director/Director of Development and External Relations as needed. The Development Associate will also coordinate activities with the School of Policy, Planning, and Development.

The University of Southern California values diversity and is committed to equal opportunity in employment.

For further information and to apply to this job visit the following link: https://jobs.usc.edu
add to favorites Director of Development
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The University of Southern California Marshall School of Business is seeking a Director of Development to join its External Relations team.

This position reports to the Assistant Dean for Development. Responsibilities include the identification, cultivation, solicitation and stewardship of major prospects (giving capacity of six figures or more) with a specific emphasis on new/uncultivated donor prospects for the upcoming University/USC Marshall Campaign. Actively manages a portfolio of 150-250 prospects at various stages in their relationship with the School, in support of USC Marshall's strategic goals.

This position will have a particular focus on finding and developing new prospect relationships with alumni and friends of the School as well as re-engaging previous donors primarily through one-on-one meetings with these individuals. Prospect management activities include setting prospect strategy and proposal development. Some regional and national travel is required to conduct donor and prospect visits, as well as for event staffing. The ability to closely work within the development team and serve as a knowledgeable liaison to other University offices is required.

The University of Southern California values diversity and is committed to equal opportunity in employment.

For further information and to apply to this job visit the following link: https://jobs.usc.edu
add to favorites Director of Development
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The University of Southern California's Roski School of Fine Arts is seeking a Director of Development to join its team and lead its development efforts.

The USC Roski School of Fine Arts is the oldest art program in the region, dating from 1883. The School is noted for its varied programs from the mastery of traditional skills, to the exploration of the newest technologies, to the production of cutting-edge contemporary art and design.

The Director of Development will enable the School to fulfill its mission by establishing and implementing a robust fund-raising and alumni relations program, as well as leading the Roski School's participation in USC's upcoming capital campaign. The future success of the Roski School is based on the ability of the Development team, led by the Director of Development and working in collaboration with the Dean, to cultivate new donors and engage existing donors to secure major gifts.

The Director of Development will search for new donor prospects, not only USC Alumni but also patrons of the arts, and will work with the Dean to develop a major fundraising campaign.

REPORTING RELATIONSHIPS

The Director of Development reports to Dean Steiner; works closely with the Senior Business Officer and other members of the Roski School's senior management team; supervises the Roski School Development staff; and coordinates closely with central USC Advancement and Alumni Relations.

The University of Southern California values diversity and is committed to equal opportunity in employment.

For further information and to apply to this job visit the following link: https://jobs.usc.edu
add to favorites Associate Dean, External Relations
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The University of Southern California's School of Social Work is seeking a Development Director - Managerial to join its team.
The Development Director - Managerial directs the comprehensive fundraising efforts for a school or a development department of the University (e.g., Major Gifts, Planned Giving, Real Estate).

Salary range: $150,000-175,000 annual

The University of Southern California values diversity and is committed to equal opportunity in employment.

For further information and to apply to this job visit the following link: https://jobs.usc.edu
add to favorites Asst. Dean for Advancement & External Relations
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The University of Southern California's School of Architecture is seeking a Development Director - Managerial to join its team and lead its development efforts.

Job Accountabilities:

Directs the comprehensive fundraising efforts for a school or
development department of the University. Ensures compliance with University fundraising policies, goals and procedures.

Manages assigned staff to include hiring, training, performance assessment, counseling, discipline and salary administration.

Develops and manages school or department fiscal year operating budget.

Works with deans, faculty and staff to establish school or department fundraising goals. Develops, implements, monitors and assesses strategies to achieve goals.

The University of Southern California values diversity and is committed to equal opportunity in employment.

For further information and to apply to this job visit the following link: https://jobs.usc.edu
add to favorites Director of Development
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The University of Southern California's (USC) Marshall School of Business is seeking a Director of Development to join its External Relations team.

This position reports to the Assistant Dean for Development. Responsibilities include the identification, cultivation, solicitation and stewardship of major prospects (giving capacity of six figures or more) with a specific emphasis on new/uncultivated donor prospects for the upcoming University/USC Marshall Campaign. Actively manages a portfolio of 150-250 prospects at various stages in their relationship with the School, in support of USC Marshall's strategic goals.

For further information and to apply to this job visit the following link: https://jobs.usc.edu
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