Assistant Director of Special Projects

21 Nov 2023

Position Number: 012430Department: Development (Adm)Employment Type: Permanent - Full-timeMonths Per Year: 12Essential Duties and Responsibilities: Reporting to the Senior Director of Special Projects and Campaigns, the Assistant Director of Special Projects leads, manages, creates, and implements fundraising initiatives that enhance and support fundraising efforts and campaign priorities.The Assistant Director of Special Projects will handle a broad and diverse range of responsibilities and assignments to support key special projects, develop fundraising strategies and tactics for a variety of initiatives, and partner with all areas of Advancement.Working in a collaborative team environment, the Assistant Director regularly meets with gift officers and University Advancement colleagues on project development and management to produce deliverables in support of fundraising goals. In addition, the Assistant Director maintains comprehensive knowledge of the University’s priorities and programs to actively align those with potential donors.The Assistant Director will interact at a high level with University leadership and volunteers and must embrace the opportunity to work as a collaborative partner with a variety of colleagues involved in advancing the University.Minimum Experience / Education:

Bachelor’s degree required

Minimum of three years or greater of related professional experience in fundraising, sales, or project management

Preferred Education Skills and Experience:

Demonstrated ability to take primary responsibility for a diverse nature of projects and to complete them on time with limited supervision

Experience working with graphic designers

Goal-oriented self-starter with high attention to detail

Knowledge of the principles, practices, and ethics of fundraising

Ability to build effective internal and external relationships

Excellent verbal communication skills and outstanding writing ability

Commitment to a collegial and collaborative team approach

Ability to work both independently and as part of multiple teams

Optimism, perseverance, and a positive attitude

Computer literacy and competency with electronic donor information systems, Adobe Creative Cloud products, Microsoft and Google suite of software products, project management software, and donor databases

Experience in higher education institutional advancement

Capacity to be proactive, by anticipating needs and looking ahead

  • ID: #50570626
  • State: North Carolina Charlotte 28201 Charlotte USA
  • City: Charlotte
  • Salary: USD TBD TBD
  • Showed: 2023-11-21
  • Deadline: 2024-01-20
  • Category: Et cetera