Assistant Director of Development, Brooks College of HealthCompany: University of North Florida
Date Posted: February 15, 2018
The Assistant Director Development for the Brooks College of Health, under the direction of a Director or above, is responsible for seeking, identifying, cultivating and soliciting mid-level gifts ($1 to $99,000) and prospects.
- Plan and staff the College's Annual Giving programs, including Faculty and Staff Drive, with attention to annual goals and expected outcomes; including annual increases in annual giving program, acquiring new donors, and renewing and upgrading current donors.
- Work with the Director, Dean, and Prospect Research to identify and qualify new prospects for the college and university.
- Work with the Director and Prospect Research to cultivate and solicit private foundations or corporations for significant gifts to support college initiatives.
- Help to implement the college's scholarship programs; including donor relations, acknowledgements, and events.
- Direct the college's Alumni Chapter Board; including fundraising opportunities, event planning for socials, professional speaker series, and committee assignments.
- Work with Director to spearhead Grant Writing from corporate and non-profit foundations.
- Manage college's student scholarships by coordinating that criteria are met, awarded in a timely fashion, and properly invoiced with accurate record keeping. In addition, donor stewardship should be pursued, scholarship luncheons planned, pledge reminders distributed, and the committee should be updated of the ones to be awarded.
- Lead the fundraising efforts of the Us-Women's & Girl's Health Initiative and direct its board on initiatives and events.
- Maintain the college's development web site content including sub-sites (Us Initiative, Center for Global Health, donor listing, etc.) in partnership with ITS support.
- Support the Director and Dean in duties associated with the Dean's Council.
- Create development publications for the college, such as quarterly or annual reports and brochures, as needed.
- Fulfill other duties as assigned by the Director in consultation with the Dean and the Assistant Vice President for Development as they relate to overall fundraising goals.
- During declared campus emergencies, this position may be required to perform specific job related duties at a designated off campus location or place of residence.
The University of North Florida received the 2017 Higher Education Excellence in Diversity (HEED) award by INSIGHT Into Diversity magazine, the oldest and largest diversity-focused publication in higher education.
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