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The Director of Regional Development works in a regional advancement operation raising philanthropic support for university priorities by establishing, developing, and maintaining relationships with supporters in the West Coast region. This position may be based in California, with regular (quarterly) travel to campus in Milwaukee, WI. 1. Develops and executes an annual fundraising business plan. 2. Meets regularly with the Senior Director of Regional Development, West Coast to assess projects, review strategies, and track progress toward meeting fundraising performance benchmarks 3. Manages a portfolio of approximately 40 prospects with capacity to make gifts of $100,000 and more with annual production goal in excess of $1,000,000; regularly identifies and contacts additional prospects through research and referrals 4. Meets individually with prospects and volunteers. Responsible for making 8-10 face-to-face visits per month designed to move prospects toward making a philanthropic commitment to the university 5. Makes personal gift solicitations. Management of the process includes maintaining a comprehensive understanding of university priorities, preparation of the solicitation materials, conducting strategy meetings, and preparing briefing materials for President/Vice President of Advancement/Dean/others involved in solicitation 6. Directs and refers a solicitation to identified prospects in portfolio for a planned gift, including, but not limited to bequests and annuities. Partner with the Planned Giving fundraising team to manage, as needed. 7. Maintains appropriate contact with prospects and records all contact in University Advancement prospect management system 8. Attends university events and volunteer meetings, often during the evenings and weekends; represents the university to external constituents 9. Participates in Advancement monthly staff meetings/prospect tracking meetings/committee meetings/quarterly staff retreats Work experience should include three to five years of development-related experience, preferably including fundraising and/or outside sales, volunteer management, strategic planning, and personal solicitation. The ideal candidate will have excellent
Area: Tampa ›
Categoría: Empleos ›
Subcategoría: Otros empleos ›
The Director of Regional Development works in a regional advancement operation raising philanthropic support for university priorities by establishing, developing, and maintaining relationships with supporters in the West Coast region. This position may be based in California, with regular (quarterly) travel to campus in Milwaukee, WI. 1. Develops and executes an annual fundraising business plan. 2. Meets regularly with the Senior Director of Regional Development, West Coast to assess projects, review strategies, and track progress toward meeting fundraising performance benchmarks 3. Manages a portfolio of approximately 40 prospects with capacity to make gifts of $100,000 and more with annual production goal in excess of $1,000,000; regularly identifies and contacts additional prospects through research and referrals 4. Meets individually with prospects and volunteers. Responsible for making 8-10 face-to-face visits per month designed to move prospects toward making a philanthropic commitment to the university 5. Makes personal gift solicitations. Management of the process includes maintaining a comprehensive understanding of university priorities, preparation of the solicitation materials, conducting strategy meetings, and preparing briefing materials for President/Vice President of Advancement/Dean/others involved in solicitation 6. Directs and refers a solicitation to identified prospects in portfolio for a planned gift, including, but not limited to bequests and annuities. Partner with the Planned Giving fundraising team to manage, as needed. 7. Maintains appropriate contact with prospects and records all contact in University Advancement prospect management system 8. Attends university events and volunteer meetings, often during the evenings and weekends; represents the university to external constituents 9. Participates in Advancement monthly staff meetings/prospect tracking meetings/committee meetings/quarterly staff retreats Work experience should include three to five years of development-related experience, preferably including fundraising and/or outside sales, volunteer management, strategic planning, and personal solicitation. The ideal candidate will have excellent
Area: Tampa ›
Categoría: Empleos ›
Subcategoría: Otros empleos ›
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