Vice President for Institutional Adv/Exec Dir of ASU Foundation

Albany, Georgia
Commensurate with qualifications and experience
Jun 05, 2017
Executive Administration Jobs
Vice Presidents
Institution Type
Four-Year Institution

Job Duties and Responsibilities:

*Serve as a member of the President's Cabinet and senior staff, and maintain close working relationships with members of the Foundation Board, key alumni/friends, the community and region and constituents within the University System of Georgia;
*To strengthen the financial resources of the University, the Vice President will lead and manage fundraising and development of resources necessary to support established fundraising priorities, setting the pace and leadership for the cultivation and solicitation of donors through the development of campaigns that fully maximize fundraising processes and the efforts of the ASU Foundation;
*Create and execute development plans that utilize best practices in alumni relations and annual, major, and planned gift programs to meet fundraising goals;
*Maintain a dynamic portfolio of major gift prospects in all phases of qualification, cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship;
*Work closely with the University President, Senior University Staff and the Foundation Board in the administration of the Foundation's operations, fundraising, and management of Foundation staff in development activities, marketing, community outreach and ensuring accountability in scholarship administration and fund management;
*Work in partnership and collaboration with the University's Marketing and Strategic Communications team to develop and communicate the University's mission, vision and goals to donors and prospective donors;
*Execute and take responsibility for long-range strategies that ensure the ASU Foundation makes consistent and timely progress toward achieving its mission;
*Support the Foundation Board in its responsibility for the fiscal integrity of the Foundation to include the submission of a proposed annual budget and monthly financial statements, which accurately reflect the financial condition of the organization, and all federal and state laws governing 501(c)(3) non-profits;
*Ensure that gifts are administered to honor a donors' intent, investment policies, scholarship criteria, Foundation by-laws, audit requirements, tax requirements, state requirements for charitable organizations and University and University System policies;
*Ensure that all endowment and investment policy requirements are carefully followed;
*Ensure proper stewardship and recognition of all gifts;
*Work in partnership with the University's financial aid and fiscal affairs offices to award scholarships, fund programmatic initiatives and resolve student funding problems and concerns;
*Responsible for fiscal management operating within the approved budget, as well as ensuring maximum resource utilization and maintenance of the organization in a positive financial position;
*Perform other duties as assigned.