Assists the Associate Director and Donor Experience team with developing, executing and evaluating donor relations programs and projects to help ensure that those who contribute to the university feel appreciated and aware of the impact of their gifts. Manage stewardship projects and programs for targeted and/or broad donor audiences, working collaboratively with peers across Advancement, the university and medical center. Partner with colleagues to identify impact content and create impact communications to show donors the difference their giving makes. Provide administrative support to the Donor Experience team with report production, data maintenance and procurement and travel processes, and directly support the Associate Director on other related activities. Analyze information and engage in responsible, independent thinking to initiate resolutions in response to inquiries.
They are expected to provide superior customer service in a fast-paced environment; be organized, detail-oriented and able to manage multiple tasks and projects; maintain confidentiality and use good judgment when working with sensitive information; be proficient with MS Office programs; be fiscally responsible; and anticipate the needs of and readily adapt to different priorities and people. This position is also responsible for exhibiting the behaviors associated with the Office of Advancement's core competencies: Leadership, Continuous Improvement, Teamwork and Collaboration, and Communication/Interpersonal Effectiveness.
Bachelor’s degree in related field or an equivalent combination of education and experience; one year of professional experience in development and/or stewardship activities working with major donors.
Two years of experience in development/donor relations; experience working for a large university-related medical center or healthcare fundraising organization; demonstrated success in managing complex programs and projects; experience in higher education advancement, particularly major gift fundraising or stewardship.
Target Salary: $47,500.00 - $55,000.00 Annually
Job Category: Administrative and Professional
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