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General Summary of Position:
The Leadership Giving Officer will develop and manage a comprehensive
giving program for UMass Lowell's leadership giving club, the Chancellor's Leadership Society. Duties include but not limited to designing a
program for the solicitation and stewardship of Chancellor's Leadership Society members.
- Manage the
Chancellor's Leadership Society giving program through the identification, solicitation and stewardship of leadership giving donors. Track
the solicitation and renewal of leadership donors.
- Develop a giving program for recent graduates through a graduated scale of
giving for membership in the Chancellor's Leadership Society.
- Work with Annual Giving staff and Major Gift staff to integrate the
solicitation of leadership donors through mail, phone and face to face solicitations.
- When appropriate, personally solicit
leadership gifts ($1,000 to $10,000) from a portfolio of alumni and parent donors.
- Design a stewardship model to effectively
acknowledge leadership donors.
- Work in conjunction with Stewardship and Communications to design effective acknowledgment letters
and collateral materials to support the program.
- Identify, recruit and staff alumni volunteers with an emphasis on alumni, parent,
reunion and Chancellors Leadership Society leadership gifts.
- Develop and implement a benefits program for Chancellor's Leadership
- Advance the Office of University Advancement fundraising efforts, activities, programs and priorities
- Assist with the planning and staffing of parent and alumni events that help steward parent and alumni donors and promote
goodwill and engagement for all alumni.
- Coordinate all Chancellor's Leadership Society benefits to members, working with the alumni
office, donor relations, major gifts and GOLD members with the Assistant Director of Annual Giving.
- Other duties as
- Bachelor's Degree
- Minimum three to five years experience in
major gift and/or annual giving fundraising
- Two to four years experience in fundraising for leadership gifts, donor relations,
stewardship and program management
- Strong verbal and written communications
- Ability to facilitate work with a wide range of individuals and groups from culturally diverse populations
- Skill in
conversing with a variety of people
- Demonstrated ability to manage multiple tasks in a timely and effective manner
- Master's Degree
- Experience in higher education fundraising at a leadership level
Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. However, the position may
close when an adequate number of qualified applications are received.
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Posted By: Elynor Moss
Monday, June 18th 2012 at 9:25AM