1) The Associate Director of Development in the Harris School of Public Policy will achieve University and school-based fundraising and engagement goals.
2) The successful candidate will design, manage, and execute development strategies and programs to maximize philanthropic support for the Harris Schoolâ™s top priorities.
3) Working closely with Harris colleagues, the incumbent will increase engagement and participation of the global Harris community of alumni, parents, families and friends via diversified communication programs and activities.
4) Success in this role requires in-depth knowledge and experience of front-line fundraising best practices.
5) The candidate will need to work independently and as a team member managing multiple requests in a complex decentralized environment.
1) Experience soliciting and closing annual fund and major gifts.
2) Demonstrated record of organizing successful fundraising, marketing or membership programs.
3) Communicate effectively and with influence.
4) Experience leading a project team.
5) Exhibit resilience.
6) Optimize resources.
7) Display emotional intelligence.
8) Demonstrate university stewardship.
9) Serve as a Brand Ambassador.
10) Foster partnerships collaboration.
11) A high degree of personal integrity and a commitment to ARDâ™s values of collaboration, mission focus, and 'can do attitude'.
1) Willingness and ability to travel to campus and/or non-campus locations for University business.
2) Willingness and ability to work evenings and weekends.
1) Demonstrated ability to identify, cultivate, solicit and steward individual donors at all levels with a specific emphasis on donors with the ability to make a gift of $25,000 or more.
2) Prepare annual development reports assessing progress toward achievement of goals.
3) Comfort with the analysis and evaluation of data to identify trends and patterns.
4) Experience working with leadership volunteers and experience cultivating relationships with non-affiliated university friends and supporters.
2) Cover letter
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