ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR, ANNUAL LEADERSHIP GIVING (ALG), Alumni Association, to represent the Institute in constituent visits or at events. The primary focus will be to build membership in the William Barton Rogers Society (WBRS), which recognizes donors who support MIT through annual leadership-level gifts. Will manage, cultivate, and solicit--with support and guidance from the director of ALG--a regionally-based pool of prospects with annual giving potential of $1,000 to $50,000+ annually; develop, manage, and support a small portfolio of volunteers to aid in this process when applicable; and engage annual donors in the compelling case for unrestricted support of the Institute. Specific attention will be applied to regional donors of $2,500-$25,000.
REQUIRED: a bachelor's degree; three years of relevant annual fund experience, preferably in nonprofit fund-raising environments; one and a half years' experience with and awareness of best practices in conducting solicitations; outstanding communication and people skills; organization skills; and attention to detail. Seek an excellent manager of time, projects, and people who is self-motivated and able to both work independently and cooperatively. Strong computer skills needed, including proficiency with word processing and spreadsheet software and familiarity with complex databases. Willingness to learn a must. Knowledge of major gift process and planned giving vehicles is highly desired. Higher education experience is preferred. Job #14744-O
Must be available for evening and weekend work and to travel up to 30% of the time.
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