Apply for Vacancy for Associate Director at Muhlenberg College in the USA. The deadline for this job is 31st August 2021.
This Associate Director identifies, cultivates and stewards families, including students and extended family members to encourage support to the College across generations. Also, this position is the staff liaison to the Parents Council and manages all aspects of the program from invitations to join to bi-annual events and meetings.
- Responsible for all activity related to the fundraising efforts in regards to current and past families.
- Moreover, maintain a portfolio of 150 potential major family donors capable of making a leadership gift to the College. This work includes cultivation, solicitation, closing and stewardship of major gifts and HMMS-level Muhlenberg Fund gifts.
- Also, responsible for all activities related to the Parents Council, including identification, cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship.
- Likewise, develop and maintain a travel schedule resulting in an average of 12 prospect visits a month – a minimum of 140 visits are expected annually.
- Plan, coordinate and manage fall and spring Parents Council events.
- Furthermore, grow, expand and support a growing, vital and engaged group of parent and family volunteers.
- Work with the Advancement Communication team on developing and coordinating family-specific solicitations and communication, stewardship events and activities.
- Additionally, assist the Executive Director, Annual Giving with coordination and personalization of parent segment in all broad-based appeals.
- Track all relevant Key Performance Indicators for the Family Philanthropy program.
- Likewise, other duties as assigned in pursuit of the mission of the Advancement organization.
The incumbent must meet the following for Vacancy for Associate Director in the USA:
- Bachelor’s degree and at least three years of successful experience in philanthropy, preferably in annual giving in higher education.
- Also, previous experience with parent and family giving preferred.
- Excellent skills in communication, analysis, organization, time management and planning.
- Similarly, strong analytical and assessment skills required.
- Demonstrated understanding of fundraising techniques, volunteer management, donor relations and stewardship.
- Additionally, ability to understand and articulate the role of a small, private liberal arts college.
- Ability to work in a self-directed fashion while serving as a member of a collaborative development and alumni relations team.
- Likewise, experience working with high level executives.
- Experience with face-to-face solicitation.
- Similarly, successful completion of background checks, including but not limited to education, credit, national criminal background, and driving.
- Extensive travel and some night and weekend work are required.
- Also, ability to navigate stairs
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