Director for Advancement, The Burnett Honors College and Undergraduate Studies
37661Class TitleDirector for Advancement, The Burnett Honors College and Undergraduate StudiesJob Description
Develops and implements yearly strategic fund raising plans for each assignment in collaboration with the Executive Director for Advancement and the academic liaisons that will meet established dollar goals.
Responsible for independently performing identification, qualification, cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship on prospects for the Burnett Honors College and the College of Undergraduate Studies.
Works collaboratively with colleagues to secure new prospects especially including gift officers focused on planned giving, corporate and foundation relations, parents, principal gifts, and annual giving.
Monitors progress toward campaign goals for the Colleges.
Assures that information on both Colleges is disseminated throughout the Foundation fundraising enterprise.
Seeks synchronous opportunities for both Colleges as well as other parts of the University; With input from the Executive Director for Advancement, Colleges & Units, creates processes and best practices to assure exceptional attentiveness to the leadership and priorities of each College.
Develops and implements targeted strategies to maximize the involvement of key volunteers in the Colleges’ development effort. Schedule joint prospect visits with members of the Colleges administration and faculty, when appropriate
Assists with the coordination of college’s donor recognition and stewardship events in support of fundraising goals.
Prepare written proposals for colleges prospects and documentation for gift acceptance in accordance with UCF Foundation procedures
Utilizes and maintains prospect tracking and contact reporting system through CRM system.
Critical features of this job are described above. Nothing in this position description restricts management’s right to assign or reassign duties and responsibilities to this job at any time. All positions assist in recruiting, training, and retaining foundation employees.
Master’s degree in an appropriate area of specialization and four years of appropriate experience; or a bachelor’s degree in an appropriate area of specialization and six years of appropriate experience.