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add to favorites Associate Director, Alumni Relations
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Columbia University in the City of New York is seeking an Associate Director, Alumni Relations.

Reporting to the Deputy Director of Development and Alumni Relations at Columbia's Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation (GSAPP), the Associate Director, Alumni Relations, is responsible for the strategic planning and implementation of the alumni relations programming for the School, including alumni from all 7 degree programs: architecture, advanced architectural design, urban planning, urban design, historic preservation, real estate development, and critical, curatorial and conceptual practices.

Chief Responsibilities
Develop opportunities for increased alumni engagement and manage an alumni volunteer program. Design, plan and implement various alumni events, with a focus on building a regional events program. Develop and manage affinity programming for specific alumni groups (i.e. young alumni, alumni from specific degree programs, reunion classes, etc.).

Serve as primary liaison to the GSAPP Alumni Association and the Real Estate Development Alumni Council. Manage the Executive Committee and Council members; prepare for, attend and document all meetings; and in collaboration with the Manager of Annual Giving, develops strategies for broader alumni engagement and giving.

Develop and implement a communications plan for engaging the alumni community and raising awareness for the range of alumni relations programming and benefits, in collaboration with GSAPP Communications. Maintain and update all aspects of the alumni relations website. Serve as gateway for all alumni outreach. Manage student career services assistant.

Coordinate activities with GSAPP Development, GSAPP Events, and other staff throughout University Development and Alumni Relations. Additional duties as assigned.

This position requires evening and weekend work and travel as necessary.


For further information and to apply to this job visit the following link: https://jobs.columbia.edu
add to favorites Assistant Director (Development Officer I)
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The USC Gould School of Law is accepting applications for Assistant Director of Development and Graduate Relations.

The University of Southern California (USC), founded in 1880, is located in the heart of downtown L.A. and is the largest private employer in the City of Los Angeles. As an employee of USC, you will be a part of a world-class research university and a member of the "Trojan Family," which is comprised of the faculty, students and staff that make the university what it is.

The Assistant Director reports to the Director of Annual Giving.

In support of the vision of the Dean, the Assistant Director coordinates specific programs in order to maximize alumni and friend relationships to increase involvement and raise funds through annual and special gifts.

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 Development Assistant
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Salary Range: $17 - $20 / hour

USC & THE ROSKI SCHOOL

The University of Southern California (USC), founded in 1880, is located in the heart of downtown LA and is the largest private employer in the City of LA. USC is one of the world's leading private research universities, and is a global center for arts, technology, medicine, and international trade. As an employee of USC, you will be a part of a world-class university and a member of the "Trojan Family," which is comprised of the faculty, students and staff that make USC what it is.

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 School's renowned faculty of artists, designers, curators, scholars, and arts professionals provides students with creative, interpretive, and critical skills essential to the practices of art and design today. Instruction takes the form of studios, lectures, seminars, research, in which faculty energetically challenge fixed notions of art and culture, while inspiring students to develop an understanding of the value of art in society and take part in the vital artistic community of LA.

The School offers undergraduate degrees (BFA ,BA), and master's degrees in fine arts (MFA) and art/curatorial practice (MA). The School maintains strong relationships with a wide range of Southern California's exceptional museums, galleries, cultural institutions, and art and design professionals. In 2006 the school was named for alumna Gayle Garner Roski through the largest endowment gift given to an arts school in the United States.

POSITION SUMMARY

The University of Southern California's Roski School of Fine Arts is seeking a Development Assistant to join its team.

The Development Assistant will report directly to the Dean and is responsible for providing support for the Development functions within the school. Responsibilities include assisting in the preparation, production and distribution of funding proposals, reviewing donor history and maintaining the donor database, assisting in development functions including special events, luncheons, telephone campaigns, and providing administrative support. May assist with other development functions, as assigned.

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 Alumni Affairs Coordinator/Staff Assistant
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Alcorn State University in Mississippi is currently seeking applications for an Alumni Affairs Coordinator/Staff Assistant.

The Alumni Affairs Coordinator reports directly to the Director for Development & Alumni Affairs and is responsible for assisting with coordinating the University's related alumni activities through planning, organizing and attending meetings, preparing agendas and minutes, preparing and tracking budgets and other duties. The position serves as a liaison to alumni, friends and donors and works to cultivate positive relations with the University.

For further information and to apply to this job visit the following link: http://www.alcorn.edu/jobs/
add to favorites Gift Records Specialist
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Rice University in Houston, Texas is currently seeking applications for a Gift Records Specialist.

The Gift Records Specialist will be responsible for accurately researching, assigning coding, and processing all individual, corporate and foundation gifts using Alumni/Development database software. The Gift Records Specialist is responsible for providing official gift acknowledgments to serve as receipts for tax purposes for all gifts to the university. This position interfaces with corporate and foundation matching gift companies and processes all donor matching gift forms. In addition, the Gift Records Specialist interfaces with donors and campus departments via telephone or letter regarding specific instructions for gifts, reminders, or solicitations.

For further information and to apply to this job visit the following link: https://jobs.rice.edu
add to favorites Assistant Athletic Director Development and Annual Giving
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The University of Houston in Texas, Houston is currently seeking applications for an Assistant Athletic Director Development and Annual Giving.

Hiring Range 4,333.33 - 5,635.07

Responsible for the development, implementation and management of Development and Annual Giving for the Department of Athletics.

For further information and to apply to this job visit the following link: https://jobs.uh.edu
add to favorites Development Specialist - Traffic Coordinator
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The University of Texas at Austin is currently seeking applications for a Development Specialist - Traffic Coordinator.

Monthly salary $3,166 - $3,500 negotiable depending on qualifications.

Purpose of Position Assists the Creative Services team in the coordination of design projects by creating project schedules, maintaining job files, tracking and monitoring progress, routing projects and providing details on projects for traffic and team meetings.

Essential Functions Maintain strong relationships with clients, internal staff, external design consultants, and vendors. Use diplomacy and negotiation skills to keep clients and designers within established timelines, schedules, budgets, and delivery. Work with clients to arrange for designers as needed, using either in-house art directors and graphic designers or outside design consultants and vendors. Help coordinate outside team and monitor project status. Establish project schedules, document project scope, design direction, schedule, budget, and update progress including client sign-off in project management system. Work in conjunction with other team project coordinator to create weekly status updates and distribute weekly status reports to the Creative Services staff. Notify clients of deadlines for material and consequences to schedule. Communicate any issues or concerns with project schedule to the director and client when discovered, and provide alternative solutions. Act as a print vendors liaison to communicate deadlines and billing requirements; track and record project invoices and expenses; research and resolve discrepancies and problems, and respond to inquiries. Maintain the filing of completed job files and catalog samples/literature files in an archive.

For further information and to apply to this job visit the following link: http://www.utexas.edu/jobs
add to favorites Communications Coordinator
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The University of Houston in Texas, Houston is currently seeking applications for a Communications Coordinator.

Hiring Range 3,341.87 - 4,260.53

This position is in the Division of University Advancement and reports to the Director of Development Communications.

Coordinates effective development communications materials, including, but not limited to, publications, proposals, newsletters, annual and stewardship reports, and marketing and solicitation materials.

Job Duties:

1. Coordinates various communications projects, to include compiling, writing, editing, designing and layout of materials.

2. Works with other departments to research, obtain material and organize the content of written communications.

3. Writes and updates content regularly for the Office of Development website.

4. Produces regularly recurring communications such as stewardship and annual reports, press releases, publications or newsletters.

5. Provides writing, editing and design services for other communication projects as assigned.

6. Performs other job-related duties as required.

For further information and to apply to this job visit the following link: https://jobs.uh.edu
add to favorites Director of Development, Mid-Atlantic Region
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University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, Michigan is seeking a Director of Development, Mid-Atlantic Region.

The Director of Development, Mid-Atlantic Region identifies, cultivates and solicits individual donor prospects that live in a defined territory (Mid-Atlantic region, with a specific focus in the New York tri-state area), and are capable of giving in excess of $100,000.
The Director of Development, Mid-Atlantic Region manages and develops a portfolio
of 200+ prospects and donors securing major and planned gifts of $100,000 or more on behalf of Michigan Athletics and will work closely with other athletic department leaders, coaches and development colleagues in a decentralized development environment.

Frequent travel is required as well as regular participation in evening and weekend activities.

For further information and to apply to this job visit the following link: http://www.umich.edu/employ.php
add to favorites Director of Development, Southeast Michigan Region
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University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, Michigan is seeking a Director of Development, Southeast Michigan Region.

The Director of Development identifies, cultivates and solicits individual donor prospects that live in a defined territory (Southeast Michigan, with a specific focus in Ann Arbor and Greater Detroit), and are capable of giving in excess of $100,000.
The Director manages and develops a portfolio of 200+ prospects and donors
securing major and planned gifts of $100,000 or more on behalf of Michigan Athletics and will
work closely with other athletic department leaders, coaches and development colleagues in a decentralized development environment.

Frequent travel is required as well as regular participation in evening and weekend activities.


For further information and to apply to this job visit the following link: http://www.umich.edu/employ.php
add to favorites Assistant Director for Development
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The University of Texas at Austin is currently seeking applications for an Assistant Director for Development.

Monthly salary $5,000 negotiable depending on qualifications.

Purpose of Position To function as the only dedicated major gifts fundraiser for the School of Undergraduate Studies. Work to secure 25,000+ dollar gifts from individuals, corporations, and/or foundations. Oversee a comprehensive development program that will ensure long-term support for the school's programs and initiatives.

Essential Functions Identify, cultivate, solicit, and steward major gift prospects for the School of Undergraduate Studies. Develop strategies for primary and secondary prospects. Solicit gifts of cash, stock, bequests, and gifts-in-kind, personally, or as part of a team, and/or with volunteers and academic leaders. Develop timely and accurate reports, letters, proposals, and gift agreements. Accountable for integrity of donor data entered into the University's donor and alumni database. Manage the functions, membership, and ongoing involvement of the school?s advisory council. Work collaboratively and proactively with UGS staff, volunteers, donors, and others to further the development goals of the school. Assist with school staff to craft philanthropic messaging for potential donors. Maintain a portfolio of up to 150 potential major gift donors to the school and conduct 220 contact visits per year. Make 30 or more major gift solicitations per year. Meet and exceed performance expectations for solicitations and closures as defined by the university.

For further information and to apply to this job visit the following link: http://www.utexas.edu/jobs
add to favorites Director, Class and Affinity Giving
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Columbia University in the City of New York is seeking a Director, Class and Affinity Giving.

Reporting to the Executive Director of the College Fund the Director, Class and Affinity Giving is responsible for the strategic planning and implementation of the Class and Affinity Giving Program and the day-to-day management of the Class Giving officers. Assists in the implementation of a comprehensive, Class Giving fundraising program aligned with the strategic vision and priorities of the Executive Director. In consultation with the Executive Director, the Director develops fundraising strategies and implements and directs fundraising programs for assigned classes and affinity groups. In this role, the incumbent continuously seeks ways to improve and market the Class and Affinity Giving Program. He/she establishes goals for each class/affinity group and strategies for achieving them for his/her classes and those of the development officers. With the Executive Director, the Director has managerial oversight of the solicitation, tracking and cultivation of alumni gifts to Columbia College for his/her classes and those of the development officers. Works with the Directors of the College Fund to coordinate solicitations and communications to alumni at-large and key volunteer constituencies. He/she works with the Executive Director and staff in the development of strategic initiatives and other duties as assigned.

For further information and to apply to this job visit the following link: https://jobs.columbia.edu
add to favorites Athletics Development Assistant
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Columbia University in the City of New York is seeking an Athletics Development Assistant.

The Athletics Development Assistant is responsible for helping increase annual giving participation (dollars and donors) from Columbia Athletic Alumni and alumnae, parents, friends, staff and student-athletes;helping support Columbia Athletics volunteer groups, including the Varsity C Club and the Women's Leadership Council; and assisting with database and gift management, internal coordination and communication.
The position is responsible for assisting with organizing, implementing and managing Athletics Special Events.
Assisting with solicitation of annual gifts from alumni, alumnae, parents and fans; soliciting, overseeing and tracking Athletics Staff Giving, Student-Athlete Giving and Athletics Special Events Sponsorships.
Creating fundraising and financial reports, both Departmental and sports specific.
Assisting with gift processing and coordination with Gift Systems.
Maintaining contact information alumni, parents, student-athletes and friends in the Advance Database System.
Assisting with the production of weekly gift acknowledgments.
Ensuring effective and accurate communications with UDAR Gift Systems and Advance Database System;
Developing and maintaining relationships with alumni, friends and fans.
Exhibiting the highest professional standards and ethical behavior with adherence to NCAA, Ivy League Conference, University and the Department of Intercollegiate Athletics and Physical Education rules and regulations and/or Code of Ethics.
Contributing to the maintenance of good working relationships with all members of the Department
Assuming other responsibilities as assigned by the Director of Intercollegiate Athletics and Physical Education.

For further information and to apply to this job visit the following link: https://jobs.columbia.edu
add to favorites Program Manager (Donor Relations and Stewardship Manager)
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Ohio State University in Columbus, Ohio is currently seeking applications for a Program Manager.

Target Salary $45,000 - $52,000 Annually

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.


Posting End Date 01/08/2012

For further information and to apply to this job visit the following link: http://jobs.osu.edu/
add to favorites Director of Major Gifts, West and Mid-Michigan
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University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, Michigan is seeking a Director of Major Gifts, West and Mid-Michigan.

Reports to: Executive Director, Leadership Giving and Presidential Development Activities (interim)

Supervises directly: Associate Director of Western and Mid-Michigan Region; Shared Administrative Support of Senior Development Assistant

Position summary: The Director of Development's primary responsibility is the identification, cultivation and solicitation of individual prospects that live in a defined territory (the state of Michigan with the exception of Greater Detroit metro area), and are capable of giving in excess of $100,000. Frequent travel is required.

For further information and to apply to this job visit the following link: http://www.umich.edu/employ.php
add to favorites Administrative Assistant (Stewardship)
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Columbia University in the City of New York is seeking an Administrative Assistant (Stewardship).

Salary Range $46,722

Under the supervision of the Assistant Vice President for Leadership Development, the Administrative Assistant will manage all daily activities for the stewardship team and provide administrative support for the Assistant Vice President, scheduling appointments and maintaining calendars as needed. Responsibilities will include the preparation of and distribution of all thank you cards for donors. The incumbent will coordinate and manage the tracking of gift agreements, stewardship reports, maintain professorship files including Trustee minutes, agreements and financial reports; interact with internal and external constituencies to assist with the logistics of all College of Physician and Surgeons plaque development and installation; process, track and maintain all event and or journal requests on behalf of the Dean; perform other related duties and special projects as assigned.

For further information and to apply to this job visit the following link: https://jobs.columbia.edu
add to favorites Senior Development Writer, Principal Gifts
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UC San Diego in San Diego, California is seeking a Senior Development Writer, Principal Gifts.

Hiring Salary Range
$42,102 - $58,671 /year

Reporting to the Director of Development, Principal Gifts, the Senior Development Writer, Principal Gifts is responsible for independently researching and writing for as well as tracking and reporting on a variety of development strategies that serve the Principal Gifts Program in University Development. Working in collaboration with Advancement and Central Programs, General Campus and Health Sciences development officers, deans, administration, staff and faculty, the Senior Development Writer's main responsibilities include writing personalized proposals for principal and major gift level prospective donors, white papers and proposals. These projects will range from highly technical scientific projects to marketing pieces for use with a variety of audiences. Write impact reports to serve all of University Development and the university's principal donors. In addition, will prepare strategy summaries, case statements, white papers and PowerPoint presentations in support of the university's fundraising goals. The Senior Development Writer will analyze and compile data, and produce reports to support principal donor and prospect management activities, and provide training to development professionals and assistants on retrieving donor data and drafting written fundraising materials such as briefings, proposals, impact reports, etc.

~~Must have access to reliable transportation. Willing to work an irregular schedule including evenings and weekends.

For further information and to apply to this job visit the following link: http://www.ucsd.edu/apply/jobs/
add to favorites Development Assistant, Foundation Relations
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Columbia University in the City of New York is seeking a Development Assistant, Foundation Relations.

Salary Range $42,799 to $46,291

Reporting to the Director of Faculty Foundation Relations, the Development Assistant will work closely with two members of the team and provide overall support and assistance to the operations of the department, including implementing and maintaining systemized processes and procedures for tracking proposals, donor solicitations, stewardship and related activity; assisting in the planning and implementation of Faculty Foundation Relations' events; greet and receive guests who are visiting our office to participate in meetings and events preparing proposals, correspondence, reports for final submission; maintaining an extensive calendar; developing, updating, and maintaining filing system and database; screening and responding to questions and concerns from internal and external constituents; process expenditure reports for reimbursements; provide telephone coverage support on a shared basis in collaboration with other assistants directing phone calls to the appropriate employee, unit or department making travel arrangements; provide backup administrative support for other officers in the absence of their assistant or when additional support is required on a team project assignment; performing related duties as assigned; some overtime may be required working evenings and weekends.

For further information and to apply to this job visit the following link: https://jobs.columbia.edu
add to favorites Assistant Director of Stewardship for Endowment Reporting
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The University of Southern California's University Advancement - Central Advancement division is seeking an Assistant Director of Stewardship for Endowment Reporting to join its team. The Assistant Director is responsible for coordinating a comprehensive stewardship process designed to ensure endowed funds are being utilized in accordance with donor expectations and in a timely manner. As such, the Assistant Director will manage a process that will prepare annual donor reports for endowed funds.

Duties include:

* create customized annual reports for reportable endowed funds to provide donors with the financial information and use of their fund;
* work in partnership with internal offices and staff to ensure accurate information is accumulated, tracked, and maintained to prepare endowed fund reports;
* assist in identifying stewardship or recognition tasks related to endowed funds;
* work in close collaboration with the Executive Director of Stewardship to provide support with regular review and maintenance of database data, with particular focus on information for donors of $1-million or more and presidential prospects;
* assist with other stewardship initiatives including acknowledgment and recognition programs;
* assist in identifying best practices for stewardship and donor relation activities and share these ideas with stewardship colleagues across campus by providing counsel/templates to make these practices functional.

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 Assistant Director of Stewardship for Acknowledgments
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The University of Southern California's (USC) University Advancement - Central Development division is seeking an Assistant Director of Stewardship for Acknowledgments to join its team. The Assistant Director is responsible for coordinating a comprehensive gift acknowledgment and stewardship process designed to thank and recognize the university's donors at all levels.

Duties include:
* manage the University Advancement's presidential and senior vice presidential acknowledgment process;
* serve as a resource to colleagues from the various schools and units across campus;
* assist in implementing and coordinating a university pledge reminder process;
* prepare tracking reports and metrics for acknowledgments and pledge reminders;
* work with appropriate internal staff to ensure gift information and other pertinent donor information is accurate and tracked in the Central Advancement database;
* assist in the regular review and maintenance of database data, particularly information for donors of $1-million or more and presidential prospects;
* assist with stewardship initiatives as needed, including endowment reporting and recognition programs;
* assist in identifying best practices for stewardship and donor relation activities, sharing these with stewardship colleagues across campus, and providing counsel/templates to make these practices functional.

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
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