Director of Annual Giving & Co

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Frontier Nursing University is seeking a diverse pool of candidates and encourages applications from minorities, women, the disabled, protected veterans and all other qualified applicants. We foster a work environment that's inclusive and promotes a culture of caring. Every idea and perspective is valued at FNU. We provide work-life balance to help you rest easy and focus on things that matter. Some of our perks include: Competitive Base Salary PTO (personal time, sick time, and vacation) Health Insurance Health Reimbursement Retirement Plan CEU Benefits The Director of Annual Giving and Courier Programs will plan, organize, implement and evaluate a strategic annual giving plan for Frontier Nursing University. The Director will also plan, organize, implement, and evaluate the university's Courier Program by establishing local healthcare relationships, and mentor the individuals selected for this annual summer internship program. The Courier Program is a critical component of FNU's annual giving program as program alumni are some of our staunchest supporters. The Director will collaborate with colleagues in FNU's Advancement Office and many others at the university to coordinate annual giving solicitations and Courier Program engagement. Supervisor Responsibility: In order to be successful, the Director will need to work closely with all members of the Advancement Office, in addition to multiple other FNU staff and faculty leadership. The Director will not have supervisory responsibility. Duties and Responsibilities: Annual Giving (65%) Courier Program (35%) Plan, develop and implement a strategic plan of action with objectives, timelines and evaluation plans for the annual giving program, to include identification, cultivation and solicitation of annual gifts from alumni, past Couriers, parents, friends, faculty and staff. Plan, develop and implement a strategic plan of action with objectives, timelines and evaluation plans for the Courier program, to include the identification of community health partners and Courier program assignments each summer; recruit members to, manage and facilitate the Courier Advisory Committee; assist with the development of communication materi
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Frontier Nursing University is seeking a diverse pool of candidates and encourages applications from minorities, women, the disabled, protected veterans and all other qualified applicants. We foster a work environment that's inclusive and promotes a culture of caring. Every idea and perspective is valued at FNU. We provide work-life balance to help you rest easy and focus on things that matter. Some of our perks include: Competitive Base Salary PTO (personal time, sick time, and vacation) Health Insurance Health Reimbursement Retirement Plan CEU Benefits The Director of Annual Giving and Courier Programs will plan, organize, implement and evaluate a strategic annual giving plan for Frontier Nursing University. The Director will also plan, organize, implement, and evaluate the university's Courier Program by establishing local healthcare relationships, and mentor the individuals selected for this annual summer internship program. The Courier Program is a critical component of FNU's annual giving program as program alumni are some of our staunchest supporters. The Director will collaborate with colleagues in FNU's Advancement Office and many others at the university to coordinate annual giving solicitations and Courier Program engagement. Supervisor Responsibility: In order to be successful, the Director will need to work closely with all members of the Advancement Office, in addition to multiple other FNU staff and faculty leadership. The Director will not have supervisory responsibility. Duties and Responsibilities: Annual Giving (65%) Courier Program (35%) Plan, develop and implement a strategic plan of action with objectives, timelines and evaluation plans for the annual giving program, to include identification, cultivation and solicitation of annual gifts from alumni, past Couriers, parents, friends, faculty and staff. Plan, develop and implement a strategic plan of action with objectives, timelines and evaluation plans for the Courier program, to include the identification of community health partners and Courier program assignments each summer; recruit members to, manage and facilitate the Courier Advisory Committee; assist with the development of communication materi
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