Cornell University, a nationally ranked Ivy League institution, is looking for a Director, Annual Giving Program for the Cornell SC Johnson College of Business to join the Alumni Affairs & Development division in the appealing city of Ithaca, NY. The Cornell SC Johnson College of Business includes three schools: The School of Hotel Administration (SHA), the Charles H. Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management (Dyson), and the Samuel Curtis Johnson Graduate School of Management (Johnson). The college delivers undergraduate, graduate, and professional business programs and initiatives creating collaborative, comprehensive business management practices with roughly 240 faculty, 900 staff, more than 3,200 students, and 40,000+ alumni.
Cornell provides exceptional benefits that include professional development, wellness programs, health care options, generous paid leave provisions, 12 holidays, employee education options, a retirement program, and Children's Tuition Assistance. Cornell receives national recognition, as an award-winning workplace for our health, wellbeing, sustainability, and diversity initiatives.
Lead and grow the Annual Fund program, currently raising 5M+ of unrestricted dollars in support of the Cornell SC Johnson College of Business and each of the three schools.
Initiate programs to secure annual support for the College.
Manage and coach two team members.
Recruit and manage the Johnson Dean's Leadership Committee (DLC) and other volunteer teams.
Manage a portfolio of 15 to 20 leadership gift prospects.
Bachelor's degree with three or more years of experience in fundraising and development or with equivalent transferrable skills.
Demonstrated supervision and management skills.
Excellent communication, interpersonal and organizational skills.
Must have strong computer software skills including MS Office, Excel, Powerpoint databases, and networked information systems.
Must have excellent analytic skills to ensure data-driven results.
Must be able to work in a team-based environment and have the ability to direct and motivate staff and volunteers.
Experience within a large complex institution in the field of Alumni Affairs and Development.
Some travel required.
-Typically lifts less than 10 lbs
-Limited exposure to hazards
*Visa sponsorship is not available for this role
University Job Title:
Annual Fund Officer III
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