Constituent Based Director
The Constituent Based Director is responsible for raising funds to enable the College of Family and Consumer Sciences (FACS) to fulfill its mission and implement its programs and initiatives. This is accomplished by the Constituent Based Director working closely with the Dean of FACS to develop fund raising priorities, create a development plan, implement the plan, and secure gifts.
The University Development Office sets four objectives for Constituent Based Directors: number of annual visits, number of gift proposals, unit fundraising goal and personal fundraising goal. Each of these are discussed with the director and customized for their specific unit. In addition, each director is required to attend monthly development meetings and an individual monthly strategy meeting with the Senior Director of Development for Constituent Programs.
*Bachelor's degree required
*Minimum of five years or more of successful fundraising or related experience with a proven ability to cultivate and solicit major gifts. Significant experience developing fundraising strategies while providing leadership and direction for implementation of a comprehensive development plan
*Excellent written & verbal communication skills
*Ability to be a self-starter, take initiative and work independently
*Strong organization skills, ability to work effectively with diverse groups of alumni, faculty, prospects, donors, and colleagues throughout the university
*Candidates must be able to travel in and out-of-state, have flexibility to work some nights and weekends
*Word processing; database management; email skills required
HOW TO APPLY:
Job posting number 20171029
The University of Georgia is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, or protected veteran status.