Alumni/Development Manager I

Internal Title: Associate Director of Alumni Relations and Development

Posting Number: STA00077PO17

College/Division: Division of Development

Department: Development Office

Advertised Salary Range: $44,056 - $60,000

Part/Full-time: Full Time

Job Search Category: Alumni Development

Advertised Job Summary: Under general supervision, reporting to the Senior Director of Development for the School of Medicine, the Associate Director of Alumni Relations & Development supports the operations of the Office of Development and Alumni Relations by designing and implementing successful events and programs designed to strengthen relationships with alumni, and interest School of Medicine initiatives and priorities. The Associate Director is charged with implementing and managing all alumni engagement programming, overseeing annual appeal programs and collateral; coordinating special events & sponsorship solicitations, and managing alumni and student volunteers for School of Medicine events and programs. In collaboration with the Senior Director of Development, the Associate Director additionally works with the Senior Director to develop cohesive cultivation and stewardship strategies for alumni prospects and donors. This position will operate within the system and procedures of Development to ensure consistent and well-coordinated activities. The Director demonstrates commitment to conducting business lawfully and ethnically by consistently adhering to compliance policies, procedures and regulations.

Minimum Qualifications (Classified and Unclassified positions): Bachelor's degree and 4 years related related experience in alumni development, fundraising, prospect research, or business development. Ability to conduct regular day travel and/or overnight travel in SC, NC, and GA. Ability to conduct more extensive travel on occasion. Occasional evenings and/or evening work required, primarily around special events.

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