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Director of Development | The Ohio State University

Deadline: 05/26/2019

Director of Development College of Arts and Sciences - Arts and Humanities Division The Ohio State University Columbus, Ohio The College of Arts and Sciences is excited to be searching for a new Director of Development. You will join an experienced development team as the College continues to position itself as the leading academic fundraising unit on campus. The individual in this position will be embedded primarily in the Arts and Humanities and serve as the liaison to academic departments in the division. You will be responsible for discovering, maintaining and expanding relationships with major donors ($100,000 and above) and will have the opportunity to enhance your career as the College seeks to grow to an $80M annual fundraising operation. The position will report to the Senior Director of Development in the College of Arts and Sciences and will additionally have opportunities to partner with professionals in principal gifts, foundation and corporate relations, alumni relations and events, stewardship, volunteer engagement, communications, and research to ensure their success as a part of a multi-faceted, nimble and well-resourced advancement team. The ability to both lead and partner on campus while regularly traveling to prospect and build a strong portfolio in an assigned geographical territory is essential. Among the College"s fundraising priorities that all development team members have the opportunity to participate in and raise support for are faculty excellence, a vibrant Arts District emerging near 15th Avenue and High Street, a core chemistry facility, graduate student support, undergraduate scholarships providing increased access for academically-qualified students - especially from our Ohio communities - and experiential learning opportunities for research, internships, and travel abroad. Helping donors to find where their philanthropy aligns with the university"s and the unit"s priorities provides for a stimulating, creative, and rewarding work environment. Individuals passionate about the power of a liberal arts and sciences education environment and able to articulate the challenges and opportunities that it faces in the world that we live in today are encouraged to apply. More about the College of Arts and Sciences The College of Arts and Sciences provides a dynamic environment and opportunities to partner with vibrant faculty to prospect, cultivate, secure and steward major donors. The College is the academic heart of the university with 38 departments, 20+ world-class research centers and more than 2,000 faculty and staff members, 20,000 students and over 200,000 of the university's 550,000 living alumni. Our environment is complex. It demands the ability to think strategically, creatively and collaboratively; to thrive in a world focused on continuous improvement; and to prioritize your work in order to accomplish your metric fundraising goals. In return, you will be inspired daily by innovation and be supported by and contribute to a strong and extensive network of talented Advancement professionals in University Development. Why Join Ohio State Advancement Now? With the recent completion of a record-setting But for Ohio State campaign raising over $3 billion, with $240 million raised by the College, this experienced development officer will be on the ground floor of planning the next campaign and in celebrating the university's 150th birthday. The time is optimal to join this goal-oriented team as an experienced and motivating leader who enjoys mentoring and leading development officers as well as interacting with deans and faculty to align goals and objectives in conjunction with a new strategic plan for the University, College and Advancement. “As we approach the university's 150th birthday, we must re-envision our land-grant role in the modern light of the 21st century.* President Michael V. Drake, MD Annual Performance Objectives include, but are not limited to: *At least 12 solicitations of $100,000 or above * The ability to raise $3-5M once portfolio has matured * The management of a portfolio of 50-75 major gift prospects Required: * Bachelor"s degree or equivalent combination of education/experience * At least three years of professional fundraising experience or professional transferable experience (i.e. managing relationships with required measurable output, making calls, conducting face-to-face appointments, creating and presenting proposals, and other fundamental elements of client relationship or sales-related activities) Desired: *At least three years of professional fundraising experience in higher education *Experience working in other advancement departments such as donor relations and stewardship, donor communications and/or alumni relations You Need To Know Aside from the unparalleled benefits of working for The Ohio State University and working in the diverse, smart, safe, fun and growing city of Columbus, Ohio, this opportunity will provide exceptional rewards that arise from working for a land grant institution where you will truly feel the impact of this role while procuring transformational gifts. Learn more here: https://hr.osu.edu/careers/. Please visit www.advancement.osu.edu to find out more about University Advancement and apply online at https://osujoblinks.com/2lqu Questions may be directed to Greg Bright, Recruiter, at bright.159@osu.edu. The Ohio State University is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation or gender identity, national origin, disability status, or protected veteran status.

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Client Engagement Associate | Grants Plus

Deadline: 05/30/2019

The Client Engagement Associate will proactively build relationships and support the client engagement process so that Grants Plus can help more nonprofits to succeed in grant seeking. She or he will be a key member of the sales team and contribute to reaching company growth goals. The Associate will handle incoming inquiries, meet with prospective clients, prepare sales proposals and contracts, and manage information and reports. He or she will coordinate and support the involvement of other members of the team in the client engagement process. Qualifications: *Excellent written and verbal communication skills. *Strong organizational and decision-making skills. *Commitment to customer service, internally and externally. *Ability to work well independently and as part of a team. *Motivated by goals and deadlines and able to work well under time pressure. *Ability to anticipate problems and devise strategies to overcome them. *Ability to prioritize, plan, and execute diverse tasks simultaneously with little supervision. *Strong attention to detail and eye for design. *Ability and comfort working with numbers and data and analyzing information. *Experience using a CRM system or other relationship database is preferred. *Computer proficiency including Microsoft Office Suite. *Ability to keep sensitive information confidential. Education and experience: *High school diploma - required; Bachelor's degree - preferred *At least 3 - 5 years of relevant experience in nonprofit fund development and/or donor relations. *Sales experience helpful but not required. Location: Preference is for candidates who live in (or between) Cleveland and Columbus, Ohio. The Associate will be part of a team that frequently works remotely and is based in the firm's Cleveland office. The position requires possible travel for meetings and events. Hours: Full-time Compensation: Based on experience. Competitive compensation package includes Paid Time Off, health and wellness benefits, and regular professional development opportunities. To Apply: Please email a cover letter and resume in one PDF attachment to: info@grantsplus.com Due to the high volume of applications, we will only be able to contact those individuals being considered for the position. We are an Equal Opportunity Employer.

For more information, visit: https://grantsplus.com/careers-2/

For more information, contact: mailto:info@grantsplus.com

Chief Development Officer | Hattie Larlham Foundation

Deadline: 05/31/2019

The Chief Development Officer (CDO) is a member of the Hattie Larlham Executive Team and reports directly to the Chief Executive Officer (CEO). The CDO is also the liaison with the Hattie Larlham Foundation Board of Directors. The CDO role requires a self-starter who is engaging, energetic, and extremely professional in all matters. The CDO will lead Hattie Larlham and its staff in all fundraising, marketing, communications, and outreach efforts and will also provide support to the CEO in the area of advocacy. This role will be responsible for these efforts in both Northeast and Central Ohio. The CDO will have extensive experience in major gifts solicitation and will be comfortable meeting and engaging with current and potential donors. Essential Duties and Responsibilities Fund Development * Serve as the lead development officer for Hattie Larlham. * Direct and manage all philanthropic giving efforts from individuals, foundations, and corporations. * Develop and execute a fundraising plan. * Manage all development staff. * Direct and manage fundraising proposals, including all grant proposals. * Direct and manage key fundraising events. * Develop and steward relationships with current, past, and potential funders. * Engage board of directors and foundation board in fundraising efforts. * Oversee management of fundraising database. * Support funding requests and reports to government entities. Marketing, Communications and Advocacy * Work with staff to develop and manage a marketing and communications plan for Hattie Larlham’s audiences, including families and guardians, providers, funders and donors, employees, business community and general public. * Manage external communications including newsletters, website, and social media. * Manage internal communications including employee newsletters. * Serve as spokesperson, when appropriate, for the agency. * Oversee all donor communications and appeals. * Develop and maintain relations with media. * Maintain the brand and identity of Hattie Larlham. * Provide support to the CEO in agency advocacy efforts. Volunteer Management * Oversee the management of volunteer recruitment, training, and support across all Hattie Larlham sites. * Develop and manage a volunteer plan, including the identification of new volunteer opportunities.

For more information, visit: https://hattielarlham.hirecentric.com/jobs/158792.html

For more information, contact: mailto:Neil.Everett@hattielarlham.org

Director of Development | SECORE International

Deadline: 06/01/2019

SECORE International (www.secore.org) is a leading conservation organization for the restoration and protection of coral reefs, based in Columbus, Ohio. SECORE employs a multidisciplinary approach combining research, restoration, education and outreach for the conservation of coral reefs. SECORE is seeking a Director of Development (DOD) who will be responsible for all vital income streams which will allow our organization to achieve our mission and maximize our global impact. The DOD reports to SECORE's Executive Director. The DOD currently serves as a 1-person shop and therefore has no direct supervisory duties; however, it is anticipated that development staff will be added as the organization expands its fundraising capacity. The DOD will be working with volunteers in various capacities and will be expected to manage, encourage, and direct those individuals with professionalism and respect. The DOD will serve as a member of the SECORE Management Team. Primary Duties: Develop, oversee and implement a robust and diversified development plan to grow revenue through annual fundraising, major gifts and grant funding; generate new ideas that increase revenue and donor loyalty; Identify, cultivate, solicit and steward major donors and donor prospects; make direct face-to-face solicitations; implement and track stewardship activities to maintain and strengthen long-term relationships with existing donors and build relationships with new and prospective donors; identify research and apply for grants to local, national and international corporate, private and family foundations; confer with SECORE program staff whenever necessary in this process;conduct an ongoing financial analysis of fundraising strategies and adjust as necessary; develop and manage all fundraising and donor-related communications including mail, email and social media; participate in Board meetings and prepare monthly, quarterly, and annual reports as requested; administer all aspects of signature fundraising and stewardship events; oversee the development budget and monitor expenses; recruit, train and support key volunteers to assist in fundraising. Qualifications: minimum of 5-7 years of progressive responsibility in development field (CFRE a plus) with a proven record of success in identifying, cultivating, soliciting and stewarding gifts from individuals, foundations and corporations; proven track record of significant results in grant writing and major gift cultivation and solicitation.; clear, concise and persuasive verbal and written communications skills; highly motivated and organized independent worker and enthusiastic team member; strong knowledge of, and commitment to, the principles, ethics and practices of successful fundraising; competency with electronic data records management, donor tracking and reporting systems; knowledge of DonorPerfect a plus.

For more information, visit: http://www.secore.org

For more information, contact: mailto:lori@goettler.com

Grants Administrator | Battered Women's Shelter & Rape Crisis Center

Deadline: 06/01/2019

Grant Administrator will be responsible for researching, writing, and submitting all grant and foundation proposals, submitting all program and financial grant reports, managing the implementation of all funding contracts and maintaining funder relationships. Furthermore, the Grants Administrator will maintain all correspondences and records relating to each grant and foundation request both on-line and in hard copy and a grants / foundation calendar. Must have BS, Masters preferred. Please submit resume and cover letter to Gretchen Naumoff at gretchenn@scmcbws.org

For more information, visit: http://hopeandhealingresources.org

For more information, contact: mailto:gretchenn@scmcbws.org

Executive Director | The Ohio State University

Deadline: 06/01/2019

The Ohio State University's College of Education and Human Ecology (EHE) is seeking an accomplished professional who has a passion for higher education to serve as its leader of development and alumni relations. The Executive Director will have gravitas, an entrepreneurial spirit and will bring a proven track record of driving growth in fundraising, building relationships and implementing change. The ED is responsible for understanding the mission, needs and value proposition of the college in order to strategically create awareness, engagement and support (philanthropic and otherwise) from a variety of constituent groups including alumni, donors and friends. The ED will be a key member of the new Dean's leadership team and partner with the Dean to finalize campaign planning for the College's role in the University's upcoming comprehensive campaign, slated to launch October 2019. The ED/Dean partnership, combined with the engagement of key stakeholders, will position the College to raise funds in support of the Dean's 4 strategic priorities: * Urban and Rural Education * Early Childhood * STEAM Education * Internationalization and Global Impact Around the world, 100,000 EHE alumni are renowned educators, scholars, policymakers, and entrepreneurs. They advance well-being and improve the human experience as nutritionists, exercise specialists, counselors for couples and families, hotel managers, financial planners, retail merchandisers, and healthcare providers. EHE boasts the most (10) nationally ranked programs of any college at Ohio State. It has the country's preeminent program in workforce development and vocational/technical education. Other top-ranked programs include: counselor education, curriculum and instruction, educational administration, educational psychology, elementary education, secondary teacher education, kinesiology, human development and family science, and sport management. The ED has dual reporting to both the Assistant Vice President of Development and the Dean of EHE and leads a team comprised of: 1 senior development officer, 1 alumni relations professional, 1 donor relations/stewardship professional and 1 stewardship assistant. Position highlights include opportunities to accomplish the following: Development (75%) * Finalize plans and implement the next comprehensive campaign for the college. * Lead the development and alumni relations team to identify, cultivate, solicit and secure major gifts of $100,000 and above from individuals, corporations, foundations and organizations. * Strategically leverage Advancement's central services: prospect development, gift planning, regional development officers, donor experience, principal gifts, foundation relations and corporate relations to help accomplish the College's fundraising goals. * Enhance the donor relations and stewardship strategy that will: build, grow and sustain an engaged donor network who serve as advocates and ambassadors and recognize donors in accordance with their level of giving. Alumni Relations (25%) * Strategically engage alumni in efficient and effective ways with particular focus on increasing support for the college. * Collaborate with the Alumni Association to utilize new tools to segment and strategically reach the college's alumni population. Performance Objectives First 1-3 months 1) Understand the Dean's vision/strategic priorities document and college campaign plan. 2) Assess the overall structure, team, resources, capabilities, bandwidth of EHE's development and alumni relations team. 3) Build positive relationships with EHE's key internal faculty, staff and external stakeholders. 4) Meet with the College's VIP prospects/donors/alumni both to introduce self and to continue to introduce the new Dean. 5) Meet with Advancement's various central services to understand existing College partnerships and successes and how partnerships can be built moving forward based on fundraising needs of campaign. First 3-6 months 1) Help finalize the college's campaign planning. 2) Begin to actively fundraise. 3) Engage with College's Marketing/Communications team to identify partnership opportunities and needs around development and alumni relations. First 12 months 1) Lead the successful launch of the EHE campaign as part of the university campaign. 2) Positively lead the Development and Alumni Relations team while building a trusting and collaborative culture. 3) Continue the fundraising growth of the college. Requirements include the experience and ability to deliver the following results: * Lead and grow a sophisticated, collaborative team, focusing on its success as a unit and the professional development of its individuals. * Build strong relationships with: college and Advancement leadership, faculty and staff, college and university stakeholders to advance the mission and goals of the college. * Maintain fundraising momentum needed to accomplish campaign priorities. Why Join Ohio State Advancement Now? The Ohio State University recently concluded the most successful fundraising effort in its history, with contributions from what is believed to be the most donors ever to a higher education campaign. The But for Ohio State Campaign raised over $3 billion from more than 750,000 donors, shattering the goal of $2.5 billion. Ohio State is now six months away from the public kickoff of the next campaign which coincides with the celebration of the university's 150th birthday. All members of Advancement are part of creating an inclusive culture that inspires an exceptionally diverse and talented team and are measured on their adherence to the following core competencies: leadership, continuous improvement, teamwork and collaboration, and communication/interpersonal effectiveness. Required: Bachelor's degree or equivalent combination of education/experience; eight years of professional fundraising experience or professional transferable experience (i.e. managing relationships with required measurable output, making calls, conducting face-to-face appointments, creating and presenting proposals, and other fundamental elements of client relationship or sales-related activities); five years management experience. Desired: At least eight years of professional fundraising experience raising the highest level of philanthropic gifts at an organization (preferably five or six figures and above); eight years of professional fundraising experience in higher education or a hospital/health care environment; experience working in other advancement departments such as donor relations and stewardship, donor communications and/or alumni relations. You Need To Know The Ohio State University is looking to make an investment in an experienced professional who will evolve the Advancement opportunities for the college and institution and therefore the salary for this position is negotiable. Aside from the unparalleled benefits of working for The Ohio State University and working in the diverse, smart, safe, fun and growing city of Columbus, Ohio, this opportunity will provide exceptional rewards that arise from working for a land grant institution where you will truly feel the impact of your work. Learn more here: https://hr.osu.edu/careers/. Closing Statement The Ohio State University is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation or gender identity, national origin, disability status, or protected veteran status. How to Apply Please visit www.advancement.osu.edu to find out more about University Advancement and apply online for job opening at https://osujoblinks.com/v07a. Questions may be directed to Steph Mizer, Senior Manager of Talent Acquisition and Management, Chief Diversity Officer at mizer.43@osu.edu.

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For more information, contact: mailto:mizer.43@osu.edu

Part-Time Executive Director | Breast Cancer Fund of Ohio

Deadline: 06/01/2019

The Breast Cancer Fund of Ohio (BCFOhio) is hiring a part-time Executive Director due to the 2020 retirement of its current director. Formed by survivors, the purpose of BCFOhio is to distribute funds from the sale of Ohio's Breast Cancer Awareness License Plate and other contributions to organizations around Ohio for emergency financial assistance to breast cancer patients and to improve access to quality health care and clinical trials. 100% of funds raised stay in Ohio. The Executive Director serves as chief administrative officer for the Breast Cancer Fund of Ohio and is charged with implementing policies and programs for the benefit of women and men undergoing treatment for breast cancer in Ohio. This is a part-time position, averaging 15-20 hours per week. Candidate must be an Ohio resident. For the job description and to apply, visit http://bcfohio.org/app.php.

For more information, visit: http://bcfohio.org/app.php

For more information, contact: mailto:GALLAGL@ccf.org

Grant Writer | Victim Assistance Program

Deadline: 06/03/2019

Victim Assistance Program, the leading expert in crisis intervention for victims of crime and trauma in Northeast Ohio, is seeking an experienced full time, exempt, Grant Writer to work Monday through Friday from 8am to 4pm. Victim Assistance Program does not discriminate in employment opportunities or practices based on race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, national origin, age, disability, or any other characteristic protected by law. Victim Assistance Program will make reasonable accommodations for qualified individuals with known disabilities. The ideal candidate for this integral role will have a passion for creative, qualitative, and quantitative writing, experience in the nonprofit/social service sector, mastery of seeking and requesting grant funds and an obsession with details and organization. As a member of our Advancement team, you will help the agency acquire funds by articulating programmatic/capital needs to elevate services provided to victims of crime and trauma and the professionals who serve this population. As one of the first victim services agencies established in the United States, we are driven to expand the blueprint our founder established in 1972. We are always advancing, always changing, and always thinking of new ways to help victims of crime and trauma. If you are passionate about using your expertise to help create a world where all victims are healed, please visit our website to apply!

For more information, visit: https://victimassistanceprogram.org/about-us/careers/

For more information, contact: mailto:lgraham@victimassistanceprogram.org

Director of Fund Development | Friends of Rawandan Education

Deadline: 06/30/2019

Friends of Rawandan Education is currently seeking a part-time (10 hours per week) Director of Fund Development to develop, coordinate and maintain a robust fund development operation that includes donor prospect research, cultivation, communication and stewardship, major gift acquisition, special events, grant writing, annual appeal and fundraising campaigns. The successful candidate will also be responsible for growing the donor base for our organization, as well as maintaining donor information, coordinating development activities for the board, and developing internal fund development systems and protocols. If you have 2-4 years in non-profit fundraising and development, we encourage you to apply.

For more information, visit: https://friendsofrwandaned.org/

For more information, contact: mailto:Friendsofwed841@gmail.com

Sales Associate - Underwriting, WKSU | Kent State University

Deadline: 06/30/2019

ARE YOU READY TO TAKE YOUR MEDIA SALES CAREER TO A MEANINGFUL PLACE? DO YOU LOVE PUBLIC RADIO - NPR? WE HAVE AN EXCELLENT OPPORTUNITY AVAILABLE AT WKSU 89.7! We are seeking a determined, persuasive, skillful media sales professional to join our team at WKSU. WKSU 89.7, a service of Kent State University, is an award-winning, highly regarded community institution. With a mission of enriching lives and strengthening the community through the power of media, WKSU engages 22 northeast Ohio counties through partnerships, media placements and events. Meaningful and Engaging Work: In this position you will help businesses and non-profits connect to WKSU's audience with their sponsorship message on multiple delivery channels including radio, digital and events. In this relationship building role, you will reach out to decision makers at local businesses, meet with them to understand their marketing needs and develop proposals that offer marketing solutions to help them grow their businesses. This is a high performance position in that you will prospect, conduct needs assessments, create and present proposals, close the deal, write copy and service the account. While managing an account list you will also focus on developing new business. Do You Have? * Media sales experience is high on our list. In fact, 2+ years is what we are looking for. Sales in broadcast and digital is preferred. * Passion for public media and the power of radio Knowledge about the programming is beneficial. * Must have self-motivation and bring an entrepreneurial spirit. We're looking for a self-starter with ideas and drive to succeed. * Excellent people skills - Proactive relationship builder with great listening skills and an easy rapport that is credible and trustworthy. * Communication skills - thoughtful and persuasive verbal and written communications skills. Can you create professional visual presentations and proposals? * An aptitude for analytics - the ability to gather market data, conduct research and use it to deliver effective presentations. * Time and resource management skills - prioritize effectively to achieve/exceed goals. * A collaborative personality. We are looking for a team member who values communicating with management and peers for feedback/insight. * 4 year college degree; Marketing, Business or related field is preferred; or a combination of education and experience equivalent to six years of experience in sales. To apply, we require: (1) a letter explaining your interest and how your skills are aligned to this position and (2) your resume. This is YOUR opportunity TO SELL us on being a qualified candidate for this position! We Offer * Compensation package that is competitive and focused on professional development and growth * Targeted sales training and dedicated management support * Team of smart, creative and collaborative people * Core values that include a commitment to the success of all stakeholders, healthy work-life balance and mutual trust, dignity and respect * An opportunity for free higher education, including graduate level degrees such as an MBA, PhD, etc. * Generous personal time off, including holidays * Generous State Retirement Savings Plan along with medical, dental, vision and life insurance plans For a complete description of this position and to apply online, visit our jobsite at https://jobs.kent.edu Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action Employer / Disabled / Veterans

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External Relations Officer, College of Public Health | Kent State University

Deadline: 06/30/2019

Kent State University is seeking a highly-motivated professional with exceptional communication and organizational skills to serve as the External Relations Officer for the College of Public Health. Our ideal candidate will initiate, develop and coordinate fundraising approaches to secure gifts, grants and donations from corporations, foundations, and individuals to support priorities of the College of Public Health. Maintain a pool of corporate, foundation, and individual prospects, both locally and nationally. Generate support for university priorities to meet or exceed established fundraising goals and responsibilities. This position reports to the Executive Director, Corporate Relations. The College of Public Health is the first in Ohio and one of the largest in the nation offering a bachelor's degree. Seven areas of concentration are offered along with the Master of Science in Clinical Epidemiology and Doctor of Philosophy. The online Master of Public Health in Health Policy and Management is ranked #1 in the country. Kent State University was recently ranked in the Top Tier of Best National Universities by U.S. New & World Report. Kent State's eight-campuses make it one of the nation's largest university systems and Ohio's third-largest university. Kent offers a competitive compensation package, great benefits, and an excellent Wellness program. The essential functions of this position are: * Develop and implement a personal portfolio for selected corporations, foundations, and individuals within the College of Public Health, in order to meet or exceed established fundraising goals. * Identify, cultivate, and solicit prospects for significant gifts. * Initiate, establish and maintain contact with potential donors. * Draft, write or edit concept papers, letters, and proposals, individually or in conjunction with colleagues from the College of Public Health and/or Institutional Advancement staff, that will help position the university and the unit as a successful recipient of private gift support. * Develop and implement cultivation strategies in consultation with Deans, Program Directors, and other professional development staff for generating private support based on the College of Public Health and university priorities. * Coordinate and facilitate meetings with the university leadership and top executives of major corporations and foundations, and key individuals, to discuss strategies and solicit gifts. * Coordinate on-campus visits, meetings, and presentations by prospective donors or their representatives. * Coordinate prospect management responsibilities with advancement staff and other units of the university. * Assist in the planning and developing of special projects relative to interests of university leadership and/or prospects. * Perform related duties as assigned. Qualifications: Bachelor's degree in a related field and a minimum of five years progressively responsible experience in development, donor relations, or related experience. Preference for experience in higher education administration, corporate and/or foundation fundraising or public health profession. Position Number: 988125 Application Process: The position will remain open until filled. However, review of applications will begin immediately with a tentative close date of April 30. The hiring range for pay grade 08-IA is $63,000 - $88,000 and the target salary is $75,000. Salary is commensurate with education and experience. Please apply online at https://www.kent.edu/hr/job-opportunities; include a resume and cover letter. Simply click External Relations Officer to direct you to the application process. You will find additional information about the division and a list of current open positions in Institutional Advancement, by visiting our website: https://www.kent.edu/advancement/institutional-advancement-employment. Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer / Disabled / Veterans

For more information, visit: https://www.kent.edu/advancement/institutional-advancement-employment

For more information, contact: mailto:sdjohns2@kent.edu

Director of Advancement, College of Nursing | Kent State University

Deadline: 06/30/2019

Kent State University is seeking a talented fundraiser to serve as the Director of Advancement for the College of Nursing. This individual will be primarily responsible for managing a portfolio of major and leadership gift prospects in order to generate private gift support for the College of Nursing. The College of Nursing is one of the top-ranked programs in Ohio and the U.S. One of the nation's largest nursing schools, the college has twice been named a Center of Excellence in nursing education by the National League for Nursing. Kent State University was recently ranked in the Top Tier of Best National Universities by U.S. New & World Report. Kent State's eight-campuses make it one of the nation's largest university systems and Ohio's third-largest university. Kent offers a competitive compensation package, great benefits, and an excellent Wellness program. Qualifications: Bachelor's Degree in relevant field and three to four years progressively responsible fundraising and/or sales experience required. Ability and desire to travel and participate in evening and weekend work-related activities are required. Preference for experience in higher education fundraising. Position Number: 995912 Application Process: The position will remain open until filled. However, review of applications will begin immediately with a tentative close date of April 30. The hiring range for pay grade 08-IA is $63,000 - $88,000 and the target salary range is $75,000 - $80,000. Salary is commensurate with education and experience. Please apply online at https://www.kent.edu/hr/job-opportunities; include a resume and cover letter. Simply click Director, Advancement (College of Nursing) to direct you to the application process. You will find additional information about the division and a list of current open positions in Institutional Advancement, by visiting our website: https://www.kent.edu/advancement/institutional-advancement-employment. Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer / Disabled / Veterans

For more information, visit: https://www.kent.edu/advancement/institutional-advancement-employment

For more information, contact: mailto:vwesig@kent.edu

Associate Director, Advancement Services | Kent State University

Deadline: 06/30/2019

The Associate Director, Advancement Services will assist in the management and leadership of the Advancement Services department. Responsible for advancement systems, external vendors, data quality management, process improvements, automation services and biographical records. Reports to the Executive Director, Advancement Services. Kent State University was recently ranked in the Top Tier of Best National Universities by U.S. New & World Report. Kent offers a competitive compensation package, great benefits, and an excellent Wellness program. The essential functions of this position are: * Assist Executive Director in developing and implementing an overall strategic vision for the Advancement Services department including staffing levels, services, systems, and projects. * Provide Executive Director with assistance in managing an annual plan that provides strategic direction for each function in Advancement Services. * Provide systems, data, security, and technology support for Advancement Operations and fundraising initiatives. * Provide direct supervision over unclassified staff. * Analyze data quality and quantity through audits, lending to continuous improvements in data sources, processes, research, and reporting. * Ensure biographical updates meet guidelines, policies, data standards, and donor intent are adhered to and documented. * Assist the Executive Director in continuous reviews and improvements in the services provided by each area of Advancement Services to ensure division goals and expectations are met. * Develop and oversee departmental budget. * Oversee system and data changes, interfaces, upgrades, requests for enhancements, and data management. * Coordinate with Executive Director to ensure that the Institutional Advancement Division, Fund Administrators, Deans, and university administrators receive regular fundraising and campaign updates including lists of alumni, donors, fund details, prospect information, activities, events and alumni membership renewals. * Research and propose new methods of utilizing technology that allows the Institutional Advancement Division to become more effective in meeting university goals. * Serve as the primary liaison for Advancement systems security, CRM administration, and data standards. * Oversee Institutional Advancement division-wide training for gift and pledge submission processes, reporting, technology and system usage. * Ensure projects are completed in a timely and accurate manner by meeting quality standards and adherence to project cost estimates and within established budgets. * Develop and execute project-driven communication plans. * Responsible for external vendor relations, including managing output from statements of work, communication and participation on Client Advisory and related Boards. * Act as a change agent within the Division of Institutional Advancement. * Serve on various committees. * May oversee gift accounts and reporting. * Perform related duties as assigned. Qualifications: Bachelor degree in Business Administration, Computer Science, or related field and four years of experience in functional systems management, project management, reporting, data stewardship, or gift accounting, including a minimum of two years of supervisory/management experience. OR A minimum of eight years of progressively responsible experience in functional systems management, project management, reporting, data stewardship, or gift accounting, including a minimum of two years of supervisory/management experience. Position Number: 989212 Application Process: The position will remain open until filled. However, review of applications will begin immediately. Please apply by May 8, 2019. The hiring range for this position is $55,387 - $77,817. Please apply online at https://www.kent.edu/hr/job-opportunities; include a resume and cover letter, or simply click Associate Director, Advancement Services to direct you to the application process. You will find additional information about the division and a list of current open positions in Institutional Advancement, by visiting our website: https://www.kent.edu/advancement/institutional-advancement-employment. Salary is commensurate with education and experience, while also considering internal equity. Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer / Disabled / Veterans

For more information, visit: http://www.kent.edu/advancement

For more information, contact: mailto:sdjohns2@kent.edu

Major Gifts Officer | Archbishop Hoban High School

Deadline: 06/30/2019

Position: Major Gifts Officer Position Summary: The Major Gifts Officer develops programs and strategies to identify, cultivate, solicit and steward alumni, parents, past parents, grandparents, corporations, foundations, and friends of Archbishop Hoban High School to meet short and long-term goals and to secure significant funding for identified campaign and/or institutional priorities. Position Responsibilities: * Identify and review major gift prospects through prospect review information meetings with classmates, volunteers, staff members, and other donors as well as from information obtained through a database screening company. * Cultivate prospects through on campus visits, special invitations to school functions and meetings with students and teachers, as well as through social functions and periodic news updates. * Prepare individual solicitation proposals and research and write proposals for corporate and foundation prospects. * Collaborate with the Director of Endowed & Planned Gifts to understand planned giving opportunities for prospect cultivation and solicitation as appropriate. * Develop theme-oriented campaign initiatives to match priorities with specific donors, along with accompanying marketing materials. * Arrange appropriate stewardship activities inclusive of various donor recognition vehicles. * Other duties as determined. Qualifications: * Bachelor's degree required. * Successful fundraising experience required. * Excellent interpersonal, organizational and computer skills. * Experience with Blackbaud's Raiser's Edge software is an advantage. * Ability to maintain a flexible work schedule, including some nights and weekends. * Travel as needed. Our Mission We are a Catholic High School in the Holy Cross Tradition. We celebrate our diversity, value each person and welcome one another with the hospitality of Christ. As a family of learners, anchored in gospel values, we empower each other to grow spiritually, develop intellectually and reach out in service to others. Within an innovative and orderly learning environment, we are committed to challenging each student in both heart and mind to be a compassionate individual, a lifelong learner, and a responsible steward of God's creation.

For more information, visit: http://hoban.org

For more information, contact: mailto:humanresources@hoban.org

Marketing and Development Coordinator | Canton Ballet

Deadline: 07/15/2019

Job Title: Marketing and Development Coordinator Reports to Artistic/Executive Director of Canton Ballet Full time in Ballet Office (Exempt). Salary negotiable per experience Position Overview: The Canton Ballet Marketing & Development Coordinator is responsible for creating, implementing, and managing a comprehensive fundraising and marketing program that includes vision, strategy, structure and monitoring an internal calendar of implementation.

For more information, visit: https://tinyurl.com/y6zp3w2r

For more information, contact: mailto:cassandracrowley@cantonballet.com

Ten Star ChapterFriends of Diversity Award

AFP Northeast Ohio Chapter | © 2015-2019 AFPNEO. All rights reserved.

Vondea Sheaffer, President | Vondea.Sheaffer@vased.org

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Ten Star Chapter

 

Friends of Diversity Award

AFP Northeast Ohio Chapter
© 2015-2019 AFPNEO.
All rights reserved.

Vondea Sheaffer, President
Vondea.Sheaffer@vased.org

PO Box 1286, Bath OH 44210
330-329-2472
Fax 330-315-0399
info@AFPNEO.org

 

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