Reporting to the Director of Advancement, and supporting the Assistant Vice President of Development and Alumnae Relations, as needed, the Manager of Advancement will help facilitate the College's fundraising efforts through a variety of key managerial and administrative responsibilities. Working closely with colleagues in Advancement, Prospect Management and Research, Communications, and Stewardship and Donor Relations, this team organizes, manages and disseminates information to maximize philanthropic investment, and protect and advance the mission of Barnard, and the interests of those who support this mission.
Department: Development Stewardship
Required Qualification Summary:
Minimum 1 to 3 years of experience in the development or related field
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