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Director Development & Operations

Tulsa Community College
Tulsa, OK

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Job Summary

Develops and implements fundraising plan for the Signature Symphony at TCC through development/ fundraising activities including but not limited to donor research, corporate sponsorships, annual fund drives, research of and application for foundation and government awards, new initiatives, solicitation, stewardship, event planning, grant writing and volunteer management. Collaborate with Artistic Director to support programming and oversee day-to-day operations of Signature Symphony at TCC, including working with TCC Finance for budget responsibilities and oversee Signature Symphony events and advisory board meetings.

Essential Duties

1. Oversee Signature Symphony operations and work with the Signature Symphony Artistic Director to support programming.
2. Work with Signature Symphony Advisory Board to maintain donor and community relations.
3. Manage relationship and sponsorship development through planning and effective presentations.
4. Lead the planning and staffing of key fundraising or stewardship events and outreach.
5. Work closely with Signature Symphony and PACE staff, TCC Foundation and TCC Marketing and Communications, and the Signature Symphony Advisory Board to determine goals and budgets for fund-raising activities and to seek out additional funding opportunities.
6. Work with Marketing and Communications, Signature Symphony and PACE staff to help develop audiences and sales initiatives aimed at increasing exposure for the orchestra and building the organization’s databases.
7. Interact with donors, businesses, and community leaders in cultivation of new prospects, and
supervises staff and volunteers in the execution of fund-raising initiatives.

Minimum Qualifications

Bachelor’s degree in Marketing, Public Relations, Resource Development, Public
Administration or a related field.
Five years of related work experience.
Familiarity with resources and current research in fund-raising, excellent interpersonal skills.
Effective verbal and written communication skills.
Ability to lead the orchestra and Advisory Board in meeting budget and fund-raising goals.

Preferred Qualifications

Three years of leadership experience in fundraising.
Strong presentation skills, or other demonstration of fundraising skills or public relations (APR).
Experience using Raiser Edge or comparable software.
AFP Certification.


Our Mission

Building success through education

Our Vision

An educated, employed, and thriving community

Our Beliefs and Values

· You Belong Here — We foster a culture of diversity, equity, and inclusion that welcomes and respects everyone for who they are and who they will become.

· Everyone Can Learn — We meet people where they are by creating a safe and supportive learning and working environment leading to success.

· Community Is Our Middle Name — We build community, inside and out, through collaboration, service, sustainability, and social and financial responsibility.

· Quality Education Is Affordable — We create a rigorous and engaging learning experience that provides exceptional value.

· Excellence Is Our Culture — We live out excellence at every level by embracing change, always improving, and persisting to reach our full potential.

Institutional Learning Outcomes

· Communication Skills

· Personal Responsibility

· Critical Thinking

· Social Responsibility

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