Major Gift Officer (multiple p

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Summary: The Major Gift Officer reports to the AVP Associate Vice President for Development and is an integral contributor to a dynamic team that seeks to achieve ambitious goals in pursuit of the university's fundraising priorities. The Major Gift Officer is responsible for planning and implementing a program of cultivation, visitation, and solicitation of individual major gift, planned gift, and partnership prospects, in support of fundraising for the university's strategic fundraising priorities. Candidates for this position should have experience engaging academic leaders, faculty, and community partners in the development of meaningful and productive relationships with prospects and donors coupled with a propensity to think aspirationally and a firm commitment to thrive in a unique culture of philanthropy. This position is exempt from provisions of the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) and is not eligible to earn overtime pay for hours worked above 40 in a single work week. Essential Duties and Responsibilities Design, develop and implement results-oriented strategies, plans, and tactics for discovery, cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship, for major gift and planned gift donors with an emphasis on completing 100+ personal donor visits per year. Manage a portfolio of approximately 150 prospects to include charting plans and timetable for each prospect to include cultivation, involvement, solicitation, and appropriate stewardship. Solicit gifts through personal and virtual visits, proposal presentations, follow-up telephone calls, and coordinated written correspondence. Draft proposals, grants, and gift agreements for major gift prospects; draft effective correspondence and written material that clearly and precisely convey the intended message. Track activities in Slate Advancement for each prospect. Proactively cultivate, build, and maintain positive relationships with donors and colleagues in a manner that contributes to achievement of the university's fundraising goals. Secondary Duties and Responsibilities Other duties and special projects may be assigned to meet department and university needs. Experience, Knowledge, and Skills Required Bachelor's degree required or the equivalent in experience and
Summary: The Major Gift Officer reports to the AVP Associate Vice President for Development and is an integral contributor to a dynamic team that seeks to achieve ambitious goals in pursuit of the university's fundraising priorities. The Major Gift Officer is responsible for planning and implementing a program of cultivation, visitation, and solicitation of individual major gift, planned gift, and partnership prospects, in support of fundraising for the university's strategic fundraising priorities. Candidates for this position should have experience engaging academic leaders, faculty, and community partners in the development of meaningful and productive relationships with prospects and donors coupled with a propensity to think aspirationally and a firm commitment to thrive in a unique culture of philanthropy. This position is exempt from provisions of the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) and is not eligible to earn overtime pay for hours worked above 40 in a single work week. Essential Duties and Responsibilities Design, develop and implement results-oriented strategies, plans, and tactics for discovery, cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship, for major gift and planned gift donors with an emphasis on completing 100+ personal donor visits per year. Manage a portfolio of approximately 150 prospects to include charting plans and timetable for each prospect to include cultivation, involvement, solicitation, and appropriate stewardship. Solicit gifts through personal and virtual visits, proposal presentations, follow-up telephone calls, and coordinated written correspondence. Draft proposals, grants, and gift agreements for major gift prospects; draft effective correspondence and written material that clearly and precisely convey the intended message. Track activities in Slate Advancement for each prospect. Proactively cultivate, build, and maintain positive relationships with donors and colleagues in a manner that contributes to achievement of the university's fundraising goals. Secondary Duties and Responsibilities Other duties and special projects may be assigned to meet department and university needs. Experience, Knowledge, and Skills Required Bachelor's degree required or the equivalent in experience and
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