Director of Development

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The Director of Development (DOD) will develop private support for established priorities of Poole College of Management by developing relationships between faculty and alumni, friends, and corporate and foundation leaders that result in effective partnerships and increased philanthropic funding. The Director of Development will identify, cultivate, solicit and steward gifts with a focus on increasing the pipeline of major gift ($50,000 and above) prospects and private support for the Poole College of Management. The DOD is responsible for meeting individual fundraising and contact goals and will provide direction for a portfolio of major gift prospects. The DOD will also assist in providing direction for t he development program, campaign planning and in relationship building with alumni and other constituents of the college. This DOD will work closely with faculty and volunteers in developing external relationships with potential donors. The Director of Development is primarily responsible for the following: Breakdown of Responsibilities: Donor Stewardship & Engagement (45%): Manage a portfolio of discovery and actively managed prospects while also collaborating with fundraising colleagues across campus Collaboration with colleagues to help align donors' philanthropic interests with various priorities across campus Coordination of stewardship efforts as needed with appropriate University Advancement and other campus colleagues Strategic Development (35%): Identification, qualification, cultivation, and solicitation of prospects to create and grow a pipeline of major gift ($50,000 and above) donors Creation and implementation of comprehensive strategies to leverage networks and maximize fundraising results Prospect Development (20%): Conduct personal meetings with prospects and donors annually and participate in solicitations annually Identification, coordination, and management of key volunteers This role reports to the Executive Director of Development and External Relations for the College. Minimum Education and Experience Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university is required. At least three years' experience in major gift fundraising or a related
Area: Raleigh ›
Categoría: Empleos ›
Subcategoría: Oficina ›
The Director of Development (DOD) will develop private support for established priorities of Poole College of Management by developing relationships between faculty and alumni, friends, and corporate and foundation leaders that result in effective partnerships and increased philanthropic funding. The Director of Development will identify, cultivate, solicit and steward gifts with a focus on increasing the pipeline of major gift ($50,000 and above) prospects and private support for the Poole College of Management. The DOD is responsible for meeting individual fundraising and contact goals and will provide direction for a portfolio of major gift prospects. The DOD will also assist in providing direction for t he development program, campaign planning and in relationship building with alumni and other constituents of the college. This DOD will work closely with faculty and volunteers in developing external relationships with potential donors. The Director of Development is primarily responsible for the following: Breakdown of Responsibilities: Donor Stewardship & Engagement (45%): Manage a portfolio of discovery and actively managed prospects while also collaborating with fundraising colleagues across campus Collaboration with colleagues to help align donors' philanthropic interests with various priorities across campus Coordination of stewardship efforts as needed with appropriate University Advancement and other campus colleagues Strategic Development (35%): Identification, qualification, cultivation, and solicitation of prospects to create and grow a pipeline of major gift ($50,000 and above) donors Creation and implementation of comprehensive strategies to leverage networks and maximize fundraising results Prospect Development (20%): Conduct personal meetings with prospects and donors annually and participate in solicitations annually Identification, coordination, and management of key volunteers This role reports to the Executive Director of Development and External Relations for the College. Minimum Education and Experience Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university is required. At least three years' experience in major gift fundraising or a related
Area: Raleigh ›
Categoría: Empleos ›
Subcategoría: Oficina ›
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