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add to favorites Office Manager for Development
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University of Chicago in Chicago, Illinois is seeking a Office Manager for Development.

Provides direct support in one or more functional area within a development operation; typically within the undergraduate college, an academic department, a professional school, the central development office, or another University unit. Executes fundraising projects, cultivation programs for prospective donors, and visiting committees for the institution, a school, or unit. Performs a variety of development-related administrative duties. Handles membership, programs, and activities, event correspondence, briefings, and reports. Participates in strategic planning, marketing, and conceptualizing cultivation events. Works with volunteers, donors, faculty, and the University administration to ensure the successful execution of fundraising activities. Develops timelines, creates a strategic plan for written communication, selects vendors, manages a budget, and oversees all event details. Researches and identifies prospective donor pools, through data analysis, and makes recommendations about ways to best engage donors within these pools. Gathers information and composes letters for staff to steward donors. Prepares training for staff to keep them informed about University needs and programs. May perform prospect management activities. May also be responsible for a small portfolio of donors.

For further information and to apply to this job visit the following link:
https://jobopportunities.uchicago.edu
add to favorites Development Associate @ Hyde Park
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University of Chicago in Chicago, Illinois is seeking a Development Associate @ Hyde Park.

Number of Positions Available: 2

Provides support to one or more functional area within a development operation; typically within the undergraduate college, an academic department, a professional school, the central development office, or another University unit. Performs duties such as: coordinating fundraising activities; developing and distributing event invitations; assisting with recruiting and training event volunteers; reviewing and organizing event contracts and ensuring timely receipt and payment of contracts and invoices; producing print and electronic publications and promotional materials; performing donor/prospect research and outreach, cultivation, tracking and follow-up; analyzing past reunion giving and participation; reviewing data requests; preparing regular and ad hoc reports; analyzing program results and constructing customized reports to track performance of all marketing, cultivation, and stewardship efforts; handling gift set-up, processing, and reporting; controlling and maintaining gift planning information in a proprietary database system and documenting data on member inquiries, interests, concerns, and special requests; or creating acknowledgement letters and performing all related follow up.

For further information and to apply to this job visit the following link:
https://jobopportunities.uchicago.edu
add to favorites Associate Dir., Individual Giving, Chicago Office
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University of Chicago in Chicago, Illinois is seeking an Associate Dir., Individual Giving, Chicago Office.

Plans and implements strategies for a coordinated program of fundraising activities on campus or in a designated geographical region. Identifies, cultivates, and solicits major gift prospects. Develops and stewards donor relationships. Crafts and implements effective cultivation and solicitation strategies, matching donor interests to University needs. Collaborates with deans and faculty, and coordinates with other development and alumni relations staff. Assigns tasks to these individuals for meetings, events, and/or phone calls. Drafts compelling letters and proposals. Makes presentations to donors and volunteers one on one and in groups. Prioritizes, manages, and qualifies a defined set of prospects with capacity to make major gifts. Identifies and utilizes affinity groups by era, industry, or interest. Recruits and manages volunteers to magnify outreach efforts. Identifies stewardship opportunities for major donors. Participates in the formation of department objectives and strategies. Monitors expenditures and utilizes University resources appropriately. Travels frequently within the city and region. Typically solicits gifts of $50,000 and above.

For further information and to apply to this job visit the following link:
https://jobopportunities.uchicago.edu
add to favorites Dnr Rel & Stewardship Manager
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Ohio State University in Columbus, Ohio is seeking an Dnr Rel & Stewardship Manager.

The Donor Relations and Stewardship Manager for Office of Academic Affairs Development is responsible for managing the development, implementation and coordination of a comprehensive donor relations program to effectively and proactively steward the donors of the Office of Academic Affairs(OAA). He/she conceptualizes, implements and maintains a regular reporting calendar to ensure consistency and accuracy across the funds; crafts, implements and tracks all stewardship plans for major gift donors in partnership with development officers and academic leadership; schedules, plans and executes OAA Development events; reviews, edits and creates the gift agreement process, funding plans, current use descriptions, endowment descriptions and administration plans for development funds to be housed in OAA; manages campaign meetings, mailing lists and events as needed for the spectrum of OAA units and their associated volunteer committees.

For further information and to apply to this job visit the following link:
http://jobs.osu.edu/
add to favorites Asst Director of Development
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Ohio State University in Columbus, Ohio is seeking an Asst Director of Development.

There are 2 positions available for this posting.

Target Salary $47,000 - $55,000 Annually

The Associate Director of Development identifies, cultivates, solicits and stewards prospects for major gifts for the OSU Medical Center, with a focus on the James Cancer Hospital; works closely with Director or Senior Director and key constituent staff to assess fundraising potential and to effectively implement the fundraising plan for the unit.

For further information and to apply to this job visit the following link:
http://jobs.osu.edu/
add to favorites Assistant Director, Special Projects, External Relations and Development
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Columbia University in the City of New York is seeking an Assistant Director, Special Projects, External Relations and Development.

An internal candidate has been identified and has applied for this position; however, we are still accepting applications and will consider all qualified candidates.

Reporting to the Senior Associate Dean of External Relations and Development, the Assistant Director is responsible for providing principal gift prospect management, project management and executive level support to the Senior Associate Dean. In addition, the Assistant Director coordinates and manages Board of Overseers meeting logistics and correspondence. The Assistant Director serves as the liaison for administrative issues with the dean's office and maintains the dean's calendaring communications with external relations. The successful candidate must have the ability to handle confidential information and manage detailed work as well as possess strong organizational, written and interpersonal skills. The incumbent will meet core and partnership values of teamwork, integrity, accountability, and respect.

For further information and to apply to this job visit the following link:
https://jobs.columbia.edu
add to favorites Associate Director of Development - Northeast Region
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Georgetown University in Washington DC is seeking applications for an Associate Director of Development - Northeast Region.

This position exists to execute a regional strategy for the Northeast region advancement team – identifying and soliciting new major gift prospects, ensuring strong pipeline development from discovery to solicitation to gift closing, and possible hand-off to or collaboration with the appropriate constituent development unit or senior regional advancement officer. This position requires collaboration with the Alumni Relations, Annual Fund and Regional Advancement teams to ensure that Main Campus fundraising and the regional model of advancement continue as strong drivers of overall fundraising efforts, in addition to close coordination within university development. This position has responsibility for fundraising initiatives with a goal of securing outright gifts and new commitments for campaign priorities in the 5 and 6-figure range. This position will institute a personal visit strategy designed to reach unmanaged prospects, consisting of high-end annual fund gifts and major gifts. The ADOD will carry a portfolio of prospects with a personal visit goal of 125 visits per year to promote annual fund and campaign priorities with the ultimate goal of building the pipeline of major gift prospects and securing the best gifts for Georgetown. This position is personally responsible for closing $750,000 to $1 Million in new gift commitments initially (regardless of designation), increasing up to $2M, as the portfolio matures. This position will assist with the fundraising strategy for parents by coordinating with the Regional Advancement team for the development of a regional parent’s network designed to solicit parents at the middle and high annual fund levels ($10,000 - $25,000) as well as assisting with other special segments to include emerging leaders and other possible special segments as assigned. Candidate must possess a BA/BS, with a minimum 3-5 years of fundraising experience (preferably in a higher education setting). Personal solicitation experience, excellent written/oral communication skills, organization, and the ability/willingness to work as an integral part of a team are essential. Knowledge of Microsoft office applications critical.

For further information and to apply to this job visit the following link: http://www.georgetown.edu/work-for-us/index.html
add to favorites Gift Processing Analyst
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UC San Francisco in San Francisco, California is seeking a Gift Processing Analyst.

The mission of UCSF Office of University Development and Alumni Relations (UDAR) is “to build positive relationships with its many constituencies in order to increase their involvement in and support of the University and its fourfold mission of research, education, patient care and community service; and to foster within the office and the University community an atmosphere of mutual respect, open communication and inclusiveness thereby contributing to the success of the office and the University as a whole.”

UDAR has several functional units. Financial Services and Administration (FS&A) includes Gift Administration, Information Systems, Foundation Business Office, and Business Affairs. Other areas falling under UDAR include Planned Giving, Corporate and Foundation Relations, Development and Development and Alumni Services. The UDAR office provides staffing and direction for the UCSF Foundation. Management of Foundation Accounting and Gift Administration is provided through a dual reporting relationship with the Controller’s Office.

The Gift Administration Unit is an integral part of UDAR and more specifically of FS&A, and is responsible for gift acceptance, including data entry required to receive, accept and acknowledge gifts, and the production and maintenance of auditable records for The Regents and the UCSF Foundation. Gift Administration is also responsible for monitoring, researching and solving problems relating to gifts and maintenance of biographical and demographic donor information records on a database system with over 250,000 donor records. Comprehensive detailed knowledge of Gift Administration policies and procedures is required to perform these duties. All Gift Administration Staff are required to have an extensive understanding of the CARE standards (Collaborative, Accountable, Responsive and Efficient) and to apply the CARE standards daily in their daily interactions.
The incumbent is a Team Lead overseeing one of two parallel Gift Processing ServiceTeams responsible to provide accurate, timely and compliant gift processing and donor information maintenance services to UDAR, donors and the campus community. Gift Administration’s Processing Service Teams process all private support to UCSF totaling approximately $250.0 million per year and including over 35,000 gifts. Under the general direction of their Gift Administration Manager, the Team Lead will provide a significant level of analysis and processing of complex gifts. The position provides quality control for the Gift Processing Service Team, as well as analysis and handling of complex gift issues, and executing of ad hoc analytical projects assigned by the management team. This position also partners with Gift Administration Customer Support, providing input and expertise to enable that group to meet their service level standards.

UDAR’s FS&A maintains systems and procedures to support the fund-raising activities and information requirements of the University. Advance CS is a client/server database information system used by UDAR to support fundraising activities; the database contains several hundred windows, and the incumbent is required to understand the interconnections between many of them. The incumbent must be capable of working as a team with other Gift Administration leadership and staff to ensure that data in Advance CS is accurate and up-to-date. The incumbent must have a working knowledge of the business of fundraising and alumni relations in order to respond appropriately to both UCSF inquiries and non-UCSF inquiries. Due to the confidential nature of much of the information involved in the day to day operations, integrity and the ability to work with highly confidential material is required and perform other duties as assigned.

For further information and to apply to this job visit the following link: http://www.ucsfhr.ucsf.edu/careers/
add to favorites EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF DEVELOPMENT OUTREACH (EDODO)
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UC Davis in Davis, California is seeking an EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF DEVELOPMENT OUTREACH (EDODO).

Salary: $8,624.00-$15,523.17/MO. Salary commensurate with experience.

Under the direction of the Associate Vice Chancellor University Development, the EDODO provides senior leadership within the Development Office, with direct management responsibility for a multifaceted fundraising program including Annual & Special Giving, Prospect Research, Donor Relations and Development Communications. The EDODO provides senior-level assistance to the Associate Vice Chancellor for University Development providing overall leadership and strategic planning for the central development program, the UC Davis Foundation, and the comprehensive fundraising campaign.

For further information and to apply to this job visit the following link:
http://www.ucdavis.edu/jobs/
add to favorites DEVELOPMENT ANALYST
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UC Davis in Davis, California is seeking a DEVELOPMENT ANALYST.

Salary: $3,009.00 - $5,416.17/MO

Under general supervision of the Development Manager, serve as the development analyst for the School, and design, create and execute customized stewardship and donor relation strategies for both individual and corporate donors to the Graduate School of Management (GSM). Manage projects across the development and external relations team including AIS Prospect Management and Tracking Systems (PMATS) information management, tactical audience segmentation for gift analysis, direct mail fundraising, and marketing and communications in relation to fundraising programs and stewardship efforts. Create benchmarking tools to execute and coordinate stewardship programs for the GSM Annual Fund, the Business Partnership Program, the Class Gift Campaigns, and other fundraising efforts. Provide analyst support in the development of strategies that support the School's operational plans and donor interests for major prospect cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship. Manage complex annual schedule of donor communications and stewardship efforts.

For further information and to apply to this job visit the following link:
http://www.ucdavis.edu/jobs/
add to favorites PLANNED GIVING DIRECTOR
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UC Davis in Davis, California is seeking a PLANNED GIVING DIRECTOR.

Salary: $6,479.00-$11,662.17/MO. Salary commensurate with experience.


The Planned Giving Director will identify, cultivate, administer, and steward significant private fund-raising gifts through the application of an effective planned giving program.

Works with deans, department chairs, faculty, professional development staff and other staff, and interacts with UC Davis Foundation trustees, alumni, parents, business and community leaders, private foundation officers, financial and legal advisors, and others in carrying out the responsibility of the position.

For further information and to apply to this job visit the following link:
http://www.ucdavis.edu/jobs/
add to favorites Associate Director, Individual Giving
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University of Chicago in Chicago, Illinois is seeking an Associate Director, Individual Giving.

Plans and implements strategies for a coordinated program of fundraising activities on campus or in a designated geographical region. Identifies, cultivates, and solicits major gift prospects. Develops and stewards donor relationships. Crafts and implements effective cultivation and solicitation strategies, matching donor interests to University needs. Collaborates with deans and faculty, and coordinates with other development and alumni relations staff. Assigns tasks to these individuals for meetings, events, and/or phone calls. Drafts compelling letters and proposals. Makes presentations to donors and volunteers one on one and in groups. Prioritizes, manages, and qualifies a defined set of prospects with capacity to make major gifts. Identifies and utilizes affinity groups by era, industry, or interest. Recruits and manages volunteers to magnify outreach efforts. Identifies stewardship opportunities for major donors. Participates in the formation of department objectives and strategies. Monitors expenditures and utilizes University resources appropriately. Travels frequently within the city and region. Typically solicits gifts of $50,000 and above.

For further information and to apply to this job visit the following link:
https://jobopportunities.uchicago.edu
add to favorites Development Associate
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University of Chicago in Chicago, Illinois is seeking a Development Associate.

Provides support to one or more functional area within a development operation; typically within the undergraduate college, an academic department, a professional school, the central development office, or another University unit. Performs duties such as: coordinating fundraising activities; developing and distributing event invitations; assisting with recruiting and training event volunteers; reviewing and organizing event contracts and ensuring timely receipt and payment of contracts and invoices; producing print and electronic publications and promotional materials; performing donor/prospect research and outreach, cultivation, tracking and follow-up; analyzing past reunion giving and participation; reviewing data requests; preparing regular and ad hoc reports; analyzing program results and constructing customized reports to track performance of all marketing, cultivation, and stewardship efforts; handling gift set-up, processing, and reporting; controlling and maintaining gift planning information in a proprietary database system and documenting data on member inquiries, interests, concerns, and special requests; or creating acknowledgement letters and performing all related follow up.

For further information and to apply to this job visit the following link:
https://jobopportunities.uchicago.edu
add to favorites Communication Analyst (2)
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DePaul University in Chicago, Illinois is seeking a Communication Analyst (2).

The Communication Analyst (2) will report to the Assistant Vice President of Alumni and Donor Marketing. This position will write and edit content for DePaul University's alumni and development audiences using multiple media. This position will conduct interviews, write copy, and proof materials. He or she will work closely with the web media specialist and an intern concentrating on video editing and production. The successful candidate for this position will possess excellent writing and editing skills, experience in fundraising communications, experience in working in both print and on-line media, and have the ability to successfully complete multiple projects under tight deadlines.

For further information and to apply to this job visit the following link:
https://jobs-depaul.icims.com/jobs
add to favorites Development Coordinator 2
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The University of Houston in Texas, Houston is currently seeking applications for a Development Coordinator 2.

Hiring Range 3,341.87 - 4,260.53


Participates in the development and implementation of stewardship strategies for the university's top 100 donors, in coordination with executive gifts, colleges and units, corporate and foundation relations and planned giving. Plans and executes related activities such as volunteer boards, special events, lectures, athletic events, and administrative functions; provides technical knowledge and experience in basic fund-raising principles and advancement activities. This position will report to the Manager, Donor Relations.

For further information and to apply to this job visit the following link: https://jobs.uh.edu
add to favorites Events Specialist
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Rice University in Houston, Texas is currently seeking applications for an Events Specialist.

Under the supervision of the Director of Development & Presidential Events, the Events Specialist is responsible for managing the planning and execution of assigned development and presidential events; contributing to the effort to develop customized event strategies and collaborating with other teams on special event projects such as development campaigns, Centennial Celebration, etc.

For further information and to apply to this job visit the following link: https://jobs.rice.edu
add to favorites Associate Director, Board Communications and Donor Relations
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Georgetown University in Washington DC is seeking applications for an Associate Director, Board Communications and Donor Relations.

This position provides high-level coordination, communication and administration in support of designated volunteer boards under the purview of the Vice President for Advancement including the Board of Regents. Reporting to the Director of Donor Relations, this position will be responsible for developing and sustaining administrative protocols, communications mechanisms and overall coordination of activities, logistics and projects. Specifically, the Associate Director will: drive and/or develop innovative communications mechanics including both on- and off-line products; manage the membership and profile databases; coordinate all aspects of Leadership Weekend and other key events and meetings; provide staffing support to appropriate or assigned committees; and, maintain comprehensive records and files for all board-related activities and actions. The Associate Director will also support the engagement work of Donor Relations which is accomplished through a variety of programming elements including the arrangement of intimate “salon dinners” which gather top gift prospects with high level University officials, including the President. Administratively, the Associate Director will handle event planning, support, and execution, budget reconciliation, and other administrative needs. Creatively, the Associate Director will take the lead on website design for the Board of Regents. The Associate Director will have the ability to create interesting and innovative publications. Four years of experience supporting volunteers. Demonstrated ability to independently manage administrative processes, handle multiple complex tasks simultaneously and in an organized manner and work effectively with a broad range of constituents. Knowledge of Georgetown University is desirable. Ability to handle multiple tasks and priorities and simultaneously and consistently meet all deadlines. Must be well organized, detail oriented, accurate, and able to work independently. Excellent verbal, written, organizational, research and interpersonal skills are essential.

For further information and to apply to this job visit the following link: http://www.georgetown.edu/work-for-us/index.html
add to favorites Assistant Director
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Michigan State University in East Lansing, Michigan is seeking an Assistant Director.

The Assistant Director will be primarily responsible for directly overseeing MATRIX's project infrastructure. This includes managing MATRIX's development team (programmers, web designers, graduate assistants, and interns) as well as project development and management (including creation of deadlines for all project deliverables, project and task tracking, and reporting). In addition, the successful candidate will lead the continued development of KORA (kora.matrix.msu.edu). The successful candidate will be expected to work both independently and with MATRIX senior leadership to develop projects, identify and pursue sources of extramural funding, and publish work in appropriate venues.

For further information and to apply to this job visit the following link: http://www.hr.msu.edu
add to favorites Development Officer II
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Michigan State University in East Lansing, Michigan is seeking a Development Officer II.

Acts as Associate Director of Development and will manage a portfolio of individual major gift prospects to fully develop potential gift (cash and deferred) income to support students, programs and faculty in the College of Education. Responsible for soliciting gifts of $100,000 and higher from alumnae and non-alumnae friends, averaging two to four major gift solicitations a month; manages a portfolio of 150 ? 200 major donor prospects; will specifically identify, qualify, cultivate, solicit, and steward a portfolio of major donor prospects; will engage 15 -20 major prospects per month through personal visits which result in strategic 'moves' toward closure of major gifts; works collaboratively with and in support of volunteers, other development staff, and college representatives to cultivate and solicit donors for college-wide priorities; monitors all prospect contacts to ensure positive and purposeful prospect and donor relations; this position will require extensive in- and out-of-state travel.

For further information and to apply to this job visit the following link: http://www.hr.msu.edu
add to favorites DEVELOPMENT ASSISTANT (FOR REUNIONS)
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Columbia University in the City of New York is seeking a DEVELOPMENT ASSISTANT (FOR REUNIONS).

Salary Range $45,000 - $48,141

Reporting to the Director of the Annual Fund and the Development Officers for Reunions, the Development Assistant's primary responsibilities are assisting and supporting the various reunion fundraising programs for the Law School.

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Drafting of reunion-related materials, including written correspondence and solicitation materials, invitations, and acknowledgments; Supports and helps manage Reunion volunteers by drafting correspondence, preparing reports and materials for committee members, setting up committee meetings, and preparing memoranda/minutes for meetings, as necessary; Prepares statistical and analytical reports using Raiser's Edge database. Receive and process reunion gifts and pledges. Helps maintain alumni records with reunion giving/participation information. Help prepare data for the Reunion Section of the Law School's Annual Report; Provides support for solicitation mailings and telemarketing program. Works with vendors and mailhouse to ensure that materials and data are ordered and provided on time; Sets up meetings and visits with prospects for the Director and Coordinator and prepares materials for the meeting; Perform basic research on Law School Alumni, as requested, and maintain confidential files; Performs other administrative duties of the Alumni/Development Office including shared responsibilities for department telephones and mail runs with other support staff; Participate and attend all reunion events, as well as other development/alumni relations events as necessary. Assists with various projects and events as assigned by the Director, working in conjunction with other development professionals.

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