Department Name: 8H050:Engineering Alumni - Development
Responsible for developing and managing a portfolio of 100 qualified prospects that have the capacity to contribute $25,000 or more with 30% of the portfolio rated at the $100,000 or more level to the College of Engineering; achieving annual goals for the number of solicitations, gifts closed and dollars committed in support of the College of Engineering. Support advancement office events and activities that serve the College's various constituent groups. Develop strategies for the identification, cultivation, solicitation and stewardship for prospects under management; work with the Dean and Director of Advancement to establish development objectives, plans of action, and goals; and ensure fundraising goals are met as they relate to the College's strategic plan.
Position Time Status: Full-Time
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Driver’s license preferred.
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