Under limited supervision, reporting to the Assistant Vice President of Development (AVP), the Senior Director of Development for the School of Law (School) will be responsible for an effective, comprehensive, and ongoing development program through major gifts fundraising. Responsibilities include planning, managing, implementing, promoting, coordinating, and administering the development program with an emphasis on major gifts for the School. Responsible for leading a team of fundraising professionals. This position will be part of the University Development team and will operate within the system and procedures of UofSC Development to ensure consistent and well-coordinated activities. Additionally, there is a strong connection to the dean and a dotted reporting to Assistant Dean for Advancement of the School. The dean provides direction on the fundraising priorities and strategic vision for the School.
Advertised Minimum Qualifications :
Bachelor's degree and 7 years proven experience major gift/development, donor relations, sales or a combination of education and experience from which comparable knowledge, skills and abilities have been acquired may be substituted. Supervisory experience is required. Required to travel to geographical location of donors/prospects and work evenings and weekends. Must have a valid driver's license.
Full/Part Time: Full Time
Internal Number: 92377
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