Institutional Advancement Officer

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Department: Development

Position Summary: The employee will foster constituent relationships in order to establish strategic partnerships in line with the mission and vision of the Office of Development and GSU Foundation. This individual will match constituent interest with partnership opportunities across campus and have the ability to discuss alternative giving vehicles and asset allocation. a€¢ 75% Identifying, cultivating, soliciting and stewarding alumni, prospects, corporations, corporate foundations, and represent the Development office to stakeholders; in order to establish long-term partnerships and strengthening existing relationships that result in funding for immediate and long-term goals of the University. Maintain a high-quality stewardship process for active corporate and foundation prospects and donors, ensuring that stewardship and reporting requirements are met to sustain successful partnerships by maintaining detailed records of solicitation activities. Duties and Responsibilities: a€¢ 10% Design, implement, and manage a comprehensive proactive corporate and foundation development plan that leads to increased philanthropic support; conceptualize and develop highly competitive proposals for corporate and foundation prospects that align corporate and foundation goals and preferences with university priorities; a€¢ 10% Initiate opportunities for the President, deans, faculty, and administrators to interact with alumni, corporate and foundation prospects; a€¢ 5% All other duties assigned.

Minimum Qualifications: 1. One or an acceptable combination of: a. Bachelora€™s Degree or higher, with a major in public relations, communications or closely related field AND one year of professional fundraising work experience with responsibility for developing and implementing fundraising campaigns OR b. Four years of professional fundraising work experience with responsibility for developing and implementing fundraising campaigns

Preferred Qualifications: 1-3 years demonstrated successful constituent management experience is preferred. The incumbent must also have the ability to coordinate a variety of tasks simultaneously and handle tension and stress in a positive manner. Strong writing skills (a written sample is expected from candidates). Demonstrates strong analytical skills.

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Type of Position Being Requested: Civil Service

Full Time/Part Time: Full Time

Collective Bargaining Status of Position: Non-Unionized

FLSA Status: Exempt

Posting Number: CS0270P




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Posted: 12/8/2018
Application Due: 12/21/2018
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