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Albert Einstein College of Medicine
The Director of Annual Giving will have fundamental responsibility and accountability for developing, refining, and driving annual giving across a wide-ranging donor pool in service to bringing in new donors and dollars, cultivating existing relationships, propelling moves management, and increasing revenue streams. S/he will focus on enhancing Montefiore & Einstein's capacity as a destination of choice for philanthropy across a diverse donor and prospective donor constituency. The Director of Annual Giving will report to the Senior Director of External Relations.
The Director, Annual Giving Campaigns, is a professional fund-raising position reporting directly to the Executive Director, Annual Giving, responsible for managing a coordinated series of direct mail and telemarketing campaigns for alumni, parents, and friends. The position is a senior manager who is primarily responsible for developing and executing the Tulane Fund's marketing plan, in coordination with the university development plan, and assisting staff in its implementation and evaluation of its results. The Director will oversee the direct response annual giving program, including direct mail, digital campaigns, giving websites, and student calling program; manages a staff, and works closely with internal partners to create successful fundraising outcomes. The position also serves on the Tulane Fund Management team.
The Associate Director of Donor Relations assists with the coordination and implementation of all UAMS constituent engagement activities, with the primary objective of increasing philanthropic support for UAMS programs and initiatives. The position requires an individual who has excellent writing skills, and is creative, enthusiastic, detail-oriented and well organized. The duties include donor and constituent communications, utilization of digital platforms and marketing tools, and involvement with campaign communications. The Associate Director works in the office of Institutional Advancement reporting to the Director of Donor Relations.
As the Stewardship Officer Acknowledgments, you will manage the production and distribution of highly personalized correspondence to donors, including corporations and foundations when appropriate, from senior university leadership. You will work closely with the Assistant Director Stewardship Acknowledgments to provide exceptional customer service to the university’s donors in collaboration with senior university leadership. You will also maintain extensive expertise in all aspects of OUD Stewardship office activities and initiatives to partner with team members to accomplish departmental goals and deadlines as needed.
Consults on the development of principal gift opportunities proposals and gift agreements/terms, ensuring that recognition and stewardship offerings are in line with school-wide best practices. Partners with principal gift officers, the Associate Director, Principal Gift Stewardship, and colleagues throughout campus to develop individualized communication and engagement plans for the School’s most generous donors, strategically timing all reporting, recognition and engagement efforts. Develops relationships with key School administrators to stay abreast of the latest activities and developments across the school, which can lead to Donor Relations opportunities. Develops effective recognition and engagement efforts across External Relations, identifying opportunities to re-purpose or combine existing efforts and lead the creation of new recognition and engagement vehicles.
This full-time, permanent position reports to the Director of Development for Annual Giving and Alumni Memberships. This position is crucial to meeting the mission of Western Washington University as one of four Annual Giving Team members responsible for raising $3.8 million in annual gifts from more than 8,000 donors and 5,000 alumni memberships. The Associate Director is responsible for the identification, qualification, engagement and solicitation of WWU Donors between $1,000-$24,999. They will be expected to utilize multiple channels (in-person/phone/email/online, events, regional travel, etc.) to connect with donors at this tier and build the broader WWU donor pipeline. Additionally, this position will work closely with central Advancement programs (President’s Society, Donor Relations, Events, WWU Alumni Association) as well as academic unit development leaders.
Associate Director of Development, Leadership Annual Giving
American Society of Clinical Oncology
ASCO is seeking a high performing Associate Director, Annual Giving to join the Conquer Cancer Foundation. The selected candidate will oversee Annual Giving Direct Mail and Online Giving programs to meet the Foundation’s revenue goals as established through the development plan and annual budget process.
ASCO is a stable, forward-thinking membership organization that operates in a results-oriented work environment in which employees’ evaluation emphasizes performance outcomes over presence or time. This is an Alexandria, VA position that offers an excellent benefits package and opportunities to participate in professional development programs.
Under the direction of the Assistant AD/Director of Catamount Club, the Associate Director of the Catamount Club or Director of Development will lead a team of development officers responsible for the financial output of the Athletics Annual Fund, the Student Catamount Club, Greek Challenge, former student-athletes, and Young Alumni Program. The Associate Director will work as a part of the University Development team to identify, cultivate, solicit, and steward annual fund donors and major gift prospects and serve as the liaison to the Division of University Advancement when requested by the Assistant AD/Director of Catamount Club.
This position is responsible for executing marketing, solicitation and promotional strategies of the Catamount Club, assisting in the coordination of Catamount Club special events, executing all game day fundraising activities including pre-game events for Football, Basketball, and Baseball, and other duties as assigned by the Assistant AD/Director of Catamount Club.
The University of Alberta is seeking a dynamic, creative and well organized individual to lead, reshape and reimagine Donor Relations programs and initiatives. Built upon the foundation of the four pillars of donor relations – acknowledgment, stewardship, recognition and engagement – Donor Relations at the University of Alberta is donor-centered, focused on gratitude, celebration and impact for donors.
Reporting to the Senior Director, Donor Engagement, the Director, Donor Relations is an experienced advancement professional who is proactive, strategic, and detail-oriented, with a strong commitment to quality, timeliness, efficiency and effectiveness. The Director, Donor Relations will provide leadership, strategic management, expertise, counsel, and coordination for donor relations initiatives that are vital to the overall success of the Office of Advancement as it supports the University of Alberta’s priorities.
Reporting to the Associate Vice President for Development Communications, the Director of Donor Relations is a dynamic team leader who oversees day-to-day operations of the Donor Relations department. The work of this office helps to deepen the relationships alumnae/i, parents, friends and other donors have with Vassar, and to strengthen the perceived value of giving to the College. This includes all aspects of acknowledgment, engagement, recognition and stewardship of gifts received by Vassar. The Director of Donor Relations must be particularly forward-thinking and creative in identifying and developing new methods of donor communication and stewardship.
This position manages and mentors a professional donor relations staff of three FTE's. The Director works closely with a variety of stakeholders within the Office of Alumnae/i Affairs and Development, including Communications, Operations, Central Records, Principal and Leadership Gifts, and The Vassar Fund. Beyond OAAD, the unit works with the Controller's Office, as well as various Deans and Department Chairs.
The Assistant Director of Donor Engagement and Stewardship reports to and works with the Director of Donor Engagement and Stewardship to design and implement an institution-wide comprehensive stewardship program that acknowledges and appreciates donors at all levels of support and demonstrates the value of donor investments across the university, ultimately leading to deeper engagement with UMass Boston. The Assistant Director of Donor Engagement and Stewardship will partner with colleagues in University Advancement, as well as administration and academic units to ensure the timely use and reporting of endowed funds, scholarships, commemorative and other types of commitments. Ideal candidates will have a minimum of 5 years of experience in fundraising, a passion for stewardship, strong organization and data-informed decision making skills, and an enthusiasm to build innovative, creative, and sustainable programs.
Assistant Director of Donor Engagement and Stewardship
Colorado State University
Fort Collins, CO
Guided by a donor-centric fundraising philosophy, you will be provided with a small but warm portfolio and expected to build out your portfolio of 100+ major gift donors and prospects who have the capacity to make $25,000 gifts. To support you in your pursuit of working through the donor continuum, you will be guided by metrics, which include a minimum of 120 annual personal visits with prospects and donors, submitting 24 annual proposals, pursuing a dollar to raise goal of $1M+ in your first year, and completing a monthly target of stewardship efforts. You are ethical and maintain a high degree of confidentiality, adhering to industry standards and University policies and procedures for accepting, recording, and acknowledging gifts.
We seek an individual who sees fundraising as a rewarding career, and is personally committed to, even has a passion for, expanding access to an excellent college education for bright young minds who wish to attend CSU and study in the Walter Scott, Jr. College of Engineering.
Associate Director of Development, Walter Scott, Jr. College of Engineering
Colorado State University
Fort Collins, CO
The Associate Director of Development for the College of Liberal Arts will work with multiple campus partners in a dynamic team environment to build relationships, cultivate and generate financial support, and steward gifts from alumni, friends, foundations, and corporations for the programs within the College of Liberal Arts. The Associate Director will focus on donor qualification, as well as cultivation and solicitation of major gifts at the $25,000+ level, and will be responsible for creating and managing a strategy for their pipeline of donors, including but not limited to, engagement opportunities, proposals, and collaborating with other units and development officers. Priorities for fundraising include student scholarships, endowed faculty chairs, research, program support, and Liberal Arts facilities.