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Qualifications for Position
Progressive responsibility and experience as a professional development officer.
Strong working knowledge of principles and practices of major gift fund raising in a major research university.
Demonstrated supervisory skills to provide direction, guidance and training to support staff.
Demonstrated ability to organize, direct, motivate and evaluate the efforts of volunteers.
Strong communication skills to express, both orally and in writing, the mission of the University and the fund raising goals of the campus, especially as they relate to the School of Nursing.
Excellent interpersonal skills to maintain effective working relationships with other staff, academic leaders, faculty, community leaders, donors and volunteers.
Excellent ability to take initiative and work independently.
Familiarity with word-processing, database, spreadsheet, scheduling and email applications. Willingness to learn new programs and applications.
Strong working knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint and Access.
Strong ability to run, analyze and summarize computer-generated reports from University databases and other sources as needed.
Knowledge of Advance, Island, and Consolidated Gift Fund Reports.
Demonstrated ability to conceptualize and implement individual, corporate and foundation identification, cultivation and solicitation strategies.
Strong ability to set priorities and manage work flow to fulfill objectives and meet goals according to deadlines in a high-paced work environment.
Excellent written and communication skills, with the ability to produce business correspondence, solicitation materials, appropriate letters of acknowledgment, letters of introduction, proposals to individuals, corporations and foundations, reports and other materials as needed.
Demonstrated skill in analyzing information to define problems and objectives.
Demonstrated ability to recruit, orient, train, organize, motivate and evaluate staff and volunteers who support development goals and programs.
Strong working experience conceptualizing, planning and implementing a wide variety of special events, including but not limited to fundraisers, lectures, award ceremonies, conferences, colloquiums, seminars, salons, receptions, and speaking engagements.
Ability to work some weekends and evenings as needed.
Additional Posting Information
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