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Baton Rouge, LA
The Communications Specialist leads and collaborates on creating content that aligns with the LSU Foundation's mission of cultivating and investing in philanthropic partnerships to advance LSU's academic priorities. The Communications Specialist is a brand ambassador, relationship builder, and key player in showcasing the difference that gifts to LSU make in the lives of students, faculty, and staff, and in the communities they serve every day.
RAICES is hiring a National Volunteer Director. This position will report to the Chief Development Officer and will work closely with the National Organizing Director and all of RAICES’ program departments to plan, develop and execute an action-driven national network in which supporters feel engaged and empowered as impactful allies.
We are looking for a visionary, collaborative leader who can be the creator and driver of a volunteer program that will be launched on a national scale. This position can be based anywhere in the United States and requires a significant ability to travel with extended periods of time spent in Texas.
In Summer 2018, RAICES received an unprecedented level of donor support, and we are looking to hire an enthusiastic, professional gifts officer who can play a key role in building our major gifts program and relationships with donors. The Director of Development / Major Gifts Officer (DoD/MGO) is responsible for the identification, cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship of individual prospects within a region who have the potential to make a major gift ($25,000+) to support RAICES.
The DoD/MGO will work closely with the Chief Development Officer to design and implement a strategic and sustainable plan to grow the organization’s fundraising capacity throughout the West Coast region of the U.S., with a focus on California and major cities in the region.
Director of Development/Major Gifts Officer - West Coast
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.
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
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
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.