Responsibilities include the oversight and provision of individual solicitation strategies including the utilization of University Leadership and key volunteers when appropriate; ensuring that prospects are moving through the donor engagement process at pace.
Responsible for providing robust wired and wireless ethernet, Internet, and data center networking systems; services support reliable on-campus and off-campus access to every application and service that ITS.
Perform writing, modification, implementation, testing, maintenance and performance of various departmental and enterprise application systems in web-based and client/server environments; maintain and support both in-house and vendor developed
Responsible for developing strategies, often in partnership with Development colleagues, that deepen prospective donors' understanding of the College's mission and priorities in a manner that will ultimately lead to seven and eight-figure gifts to the University.
Responsible for the strategic planning and management of all stewardship and donor engagement activities related to endowed funds, including but not limited to generating individual stewardship impact reports for donors of endowed funds.
A successful candidate is one whose research and teaching are relevant to the consideration of social problems, with priority given to the following substantive areas: urban, race, poverty, health, environment, and crime.
The Associate / Senior Associate Director manages a portfolio of 150 or more donors and prospects and is expected to meet specific goals for contacts and completed solicitations within the context of a major Capital Campaign.