Working at MIT offers opportunities, an environment, a culture – and benefits – that just aren't found together anywhere else. If you're curious, motivated, want to be part of a unique community, and help shape the future – then take a look at this opportunity.
INDIVIDUAL GIVING OFFICER , Resource Development-Office of Leadership Giving (OLG)-Individual Giving Office (IGO) , to build successful fund-raising strategies and manage a straightforward portfolio focused on prospects in a few selected major markets. Will create individualized solicitation plans leading to major gifts in support of MIT's fund-raising priorities. The Individual Giving Office identifies, cultivates, solicits, and stewards prospective donors who are capable of making gifts of $100,000 or more to MIT. The work will involve collaborating with Resource Development and Alumni Association staff, school-based fund-raisers, senior Institute officers, faculty, alumni, volunteers, donors, and members of the Corporation Development Committee. Will receive supervision, mentorship, and oversight from the senior director of leadership giving.
REQUIRED : a bachelor's degree; at least two years of relevant advancement experience; demonstrated ability to deal effectively with the benefactors and prospects of the Institute; excellent interpersonal and communication skills, particularly the ability to establish effective working relationships with colleagues, faculty, and volunteers; a proven record of accomplishment in a position requiring independent planning and efficient utilization of time and resources; and familiarity with business travel. Experience in a higher education organization preferred. MIT experience strongly desired. Familiarity with the business markets within a territory a plus. Job #17187-O
Must be willing to travel approximately 30% of the time.
Internal Number: 17187
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