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Manager of Donor Relations—Convocations
Purdue Research Foundation
West Lafayette, IN
Purdue Univeristy is seeking a Manager of Donor Relations—Convocation to manage the day-to-day operations of the Friends of Convocations annual fund program including planning, implementing, and managing the execution of annual fund solicitations, data analysis and reporting, special event and activity planning, donor benefits and services, mailing and communications planning and management, and other fundraising-related administrative functions.
Purdue University is actively seeking a Manager of College Special Events to plan and stage high level College-affiliated events, on and off campus, designed to serve Purdue University and Purdue for Life’s engagement and advancement missions. In this role, the Manager will identify College requirements and expectations for each event and outline a plan to help them achieve their event goals and identify opportunities for new and innovative events in support of the assigned College's programs, engagement and advancement efforts and opportunities for event collaboration with other units. Duties include overseeing the development and management of special event budget for designated College(s), communication pieces, attendee lists, and seating assignments.
The Stewardship Manager is responsible for providing strategic leadership in growing and refining Earthjustice’s donor stewardship efforts, with a primary focus on major and principal gift donors. The Stewardship Manager oversees all aspects of the stewardship program including annual planning, budgeting, working closely with department and organization leadership to develop stewardship plans, identifying and negotiating contracts with vendors, and developing success metrics. This position requires a self‐starter who is able to work both collaboratively and independently and possesses strong interpersonal skills.
The Development Officer for Diversity Initiatives will function as a member of a team of development and alumni relations professionals who are part of the Division for University Advancement. This work involves developing and executing initiatives that engage diverse alumni and other constituents to foster a culture of giving. Reporting to the Associate Vice Chancellor for University Advancement, this position will identify, cultivate and solicit and steward prospective donors.
The University of Tennessee Foundation is seeking a professional to join the Advancement team for the University of Tennessee, Knoxville campus. The Assistant Director of Stewardship will be responsible for managing stewardship initiatives with a focus on acknowledgements to increase retention rates among donors, as well as to showcase the impact of private support. This position specifically manages stewardship strategy for donor segments such as first-time ever donors, reactivated donors, and mid-level donors. The position also manages stewardship efforts for privately funded scholarships. Reporting to the Director of Stewardship, this position will provide specialized stewardship support in endowment reporting and donor recognition groups for the Advancement division.
This position works collaboratively as a member of the Donor Relations team and Division of Philanthropy to assist the entire Division with reaching financial goals. The Assistant Director is an innovative collaborator who drives recognition programs and initiatives including donor giving societies, donor recognition gifts, displays, donor signage, naming opportunities, the annual honor roll of donors, collaboration with key stakeholders across the Division, and creation of business cases for new approaches.
The Director, Donor Stewardship is responsible for providing leadership and a strategic vision for strengthening donor relationships through comprehensive engagement, stewardship, and recognition programs. Major responsibilities include creating, managing, and continually improving donor stewardship programs including, but not limited to donor recognition, best and next practices, impact reporting, gift announcements, and donor accountability and acknowledgements.
The Associate Director of Donor Communications leads a team of talented Development Writers who craft compelling written materials that inform and inspire Earthjustice’s donors and potential donors. The team is responsible for producing general and highly customized engagement, cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship communications for individuals giving at the middle, major, and principal gift levels, including the Earthjustice annual report, and provides editing support for the organization’s direct mail and email communications.
The Director of Donor Relations is responsible for planning and overseeing implementation of the Foundation’s comprehensive donor relations program, including recognition and stewardship activities. Reporting to the vice president for the Office of Advancement Relations (OAR), the director provides leadership, administrative oversight and strategic direction to the Donor Relations team. The individual is expected to uphold and exemplify the operating practices and mission of the Florida State University Foundation.
The Annual Giving Officer will lead the effort to substantially grow the Foundation’s Friends of the National Museum of the U.S. Air Force™ program and individual annual giving program (emphasis on gifts < $1000) to broaden the base of support for the Foundation. He/she will be responsible for the Friends (membership) program; the Legacy Data Plate Program; targeted annual appeals (direct mail, online, and social media); and the annual CFC campaign. The Annual Giving Officer supervises the part-time Donor Experience Associates. The Annual Giving Officer works under the general supervision of the Chief Development Officer.