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Assistant Director of Annual Giving

DATE POSTED:2014-06-16
POSITION TITLE:Assistant Director of Annual Giving
CATEGORY:Professional
PERSONNEL STATUS:Exempt, Full-time, Regular
DEPARTMENT:Office of Institutional Advancement
CLOSING DATE:2014-07-11
RESPONSIBILITIES:The incumbent will play a key role in developing UMBCís annual giving program with multiple constituencies including students, alumni, parents, faculty, and staff through direct mail and online efforts. Specific duties include: leading fundraising efforts for the universityís crowdfunding platform; collaborating with UMBCís Alumni Relations team and other on-campus groups to develop a robust student philanthropy program; requesting and managing complex data files; proactively providing an ongoing analysis of fundraising progress and reporting; managing the universityís matching gift efforts; collaborating and cross-training with UMBCís Phonathon Coordinator; and performing other duties as assigned.
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:Requires a Bachelorís degree (Masterís preferred), at least two years of experience in development, telemarketing, or a related field. Must have excellent verbal and written communication skills; strong computer and internet skills; creativity, initiative, and independence in carrying out responsibilities; demonstrated planning and leadership; personal approachability, teamwork, and organization skills. The ability to manage multiple projects and deadlines is essential. Related experience in higher education and a passion for philanthropy is desired.
SALARY:Salary is commensurate with qualifications and experience.
APPLICATION:For best consideration, submit a cover letter; resume; two writing samples and the contact information for three professional references by July 11, 2014 (resumes will be accepted until the position is filled) to: Assistant Director of Annual Giving Search Committee, UMBC, 1000 Hilltop Circle, AD 800, Baltimore, MD 21250 Note: If submitting application materials electronically, all documents should be contained in one attachment and submitted in Adobe PDF format to dayna@umbc.edu.




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