Job Requisition Number: 23591. The Center for Information Technology Research in the Interest of Society (CITRIS) and the Banatao Institute create IT solutions for society?s most pressing challenges. With support from the State of California, matched by gifts from industry and individuals, CITRIS was established in 2001 to shorten the pipeline between world-class laboratory research and the development of new applications, platforms, companies, and even emerging industries.
Headquartered at UC Berkeley, this multi-campus research institute spans the Berkeley, Davis, Santa Cruz, and Merced campuses of the University of California. All operational, administrative, and financial matters for the Institute are provided or coordinated from the headquarters at UC Berkeley.
The Development Coordinator is responsible for supporting fundraising and outreach activities, including the CITRIS Membership Program. Launched in spring 2015, this high-visibility program engages external partners from the industrial and nonprofit sectors, both domestic and international, to support research and education activities on the CITRIS campuses. The Development Coordinator will also help to implement an emerging program to cultivate, solicit and steward individual donors for support of CITRIS research and activities.
35% Prospect cultivation and member stewardship: ?Respond to inquiries from prospective members and connect them to appropriate staff or faculty for follow up. ?Represent CITRIS at development-related events and meetings. ?Work with CITRIS Director of Strategic Initiatives (CDSI) to ensure benefits delivery ? especially for new members. ?Work with CITRIS Fundraising Director (TBD) to cultivate and track individual donor prospects. ?Actively participate in membership committee meetings and lead the working group for program implementation. ?Track prospective members and maintain relationship management tools (CRM). ?Collect success stories from the Membership Program. ?Define and produce stewardship reports for members that demonstrate the value of their participation. ?Ensure member/donor retention through relationship-building, stewardship, and annual renewal process. ?Manage delivery of Membership Program benefits. ?Work with CITRIS Director of Finance and Administration and CDSI to track membership MOUs, agreements, invoicing, and renewal documentation. ?Analyze Membership Program performance and work with the membership committee to implement improvements.
30% Program Outreach and Communications: ?Build mutually-beneficial relationships with faculty members and student organizations; respond to their program needs and feedback. ?Ensure accurate and engaging web content for the Membership Program. ?Work with faculty, post-docs and graduate students to ensure that CITRIS research publications are appropriately captured using e-scholarship etc. ?Curate quarterly research newsletter for members. ?Welcome and coordinate with Visiting Scholars and Fellows resulting from membership agreements. ?Facilitate tour requests of CITRIS headquarters for current and prospective Members. ?Coordinate delivery of the Membership Program with development peers on the CITRIS campuses (IPIRA, College of Engineering, departments, etc.). ?Serve as Membership Program liaison across the four CITRIS campuses.
30% Meeting and Event Planning: ?Plan and produce the annual CITRIS Day event in fall with support from CITRIS events, communications and operations staff. ?Implement meetings and workshops with prospective and current members, faculty, student groups, and CITRIS program leaders. ?Support launch of the CITRIS Research Advisory Council and annual council meeting. ?Coordinate dates, times, local travel, room reservations as needed.
5% Participate in staff meetings, public events, and programs to learn about the CITRIS ecosystem and its stakeholders.*********************************This is a one-year contract position******************************
?Experience with external relations, donor relations, or strategic partnerships ? preferably in a research or academic setting. ?Excellent program and project management skills. ?Excellent written, verbal, and interpersonal communication skills. ?Ability to set goals, define success metrics, and track performance. ?Experience delivering exceptional customer service with a focus on relationship-building and customer feedback. ?Ability to thrive in a dynamic, multi-faceted, multi-campus organization with diverse stakeholders. ?Ability to learn, convey, and adhere to all relevant laws and policies for effective partnership development in a university setting. ?Background check required.
The University of California was chartered in 1868 and its flagship campus - envisioned as a "City of Learning" - was established at Berkeley, on San Francisco Bay. Today the world's premier public university and a wellspring of innovation, UC Berkeley occupies a 1,232 acre campus with a sylvan 178-acre central core. From this home its academic community makes key contributions to the economic and social well-being of the Bay Area, California, and the nation.