Posting Salary: $70,000 - $85,000 commensurate with experience
Position Summary: Institutional Advancement is responsible for oversight and implementation of policy and procedures of the University's private support program (i.e. gifts, endowments, charitable trusts), and assists the campuses through indirect fundraising assistance (cultivation and solicitation) and interpretation of policy, provision of information and coordination of problem resolution. Under the supervision of the Director for Development Policy, the Development Analyst assists the department in the collection, organization and analysis of private support data for reporting both internally and to external organizations. Additionally the Analyst will make use of a wide range of informational sources (departmental and national databases, campus contacts, media, the internet) to prepare and analyze systemwide reports, consult on systemwide policies and will coordinate with the Assistant Vice President of Institutional Advancement and the Director in departmental and systemwide strategic plans for administering University wide giving programs.
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Other Special Conditions of Employment: Successful completion of a background check is required for appointment to this position.
Job Close Date: 2/21/2019
Duty 1: Compile and analyze campus data for several key department reports including the annual report for private support, endowment reports, endowed Chair Reports, major gifts, campus support group reports and others. Proactively identify, synthesize, and communicate important policy issues and trends that may emerge and provide recommendations to the Director for how to address them.
Categorize, record and analyze gift checks received in the Institutional Advancement Office and determine the appropriate campus and program supported. Initiate UDEV 100 Gift/Private Acceptance Report for authorized signature. Independently research documentation of gifts such as donor correspondence, Wills, OCIO's forms, in Corporate Accounting material and the Records Management Services Office. Act as liaison for OCIO's Office, General Counsel, Corporate Accounting, and the campuses to expedite processing of gifts. Consult with the Director of Development Policy on unique problems.
Manage the University of California Advancement Reporting System and act as the primary liaison with the ten campuses, laboratories, medical centers and systemwide programs for their submissions and transmission of quarterly private support data. Manage reports and analyses of fundraising activities at UC and comparison institutions.
Independently prepare the systemwide Council on Aid to Education Survey and reports on outstanding pledge balances, gifts and grants from foreign sources, trusts and charitable gift annuities, among others. Under the general direction of the Director of Development Policy, prepare responses to external inquiries for private support information.
Assist in general Constituent Engagement programs and activities including but not limited to, maintenance and updating of the constituent database, vendor management and user trainings, and the drafting of letters in response to constituent inquiries. Collect and analyze data from campuses for constituent engagement events and assists in the planning and logistics of events. Function:Private Support Data Analysis and Reporting Percent: 50
Duty 2: Assist the Director in the maintenance of the Development Reference Guide and the development of systemwide policies and procedures for fundraising, namings, endowed chairs, foundations, alumni associations and support groups. May assist the Director in researching, monitoring and analysis of regulations, legislation, research literature and UC policies for impact on Private Support. Function:Fundraising Policy Administration Percent: 20
Duty 3: In support of the Director, provides analysis of endowment fund terms and preliminary recommendation as to whether use complies with gift terms.
In conjunction with campus colleagues, maintains surveys of UC Campus Foundation information such as endowment fund values, endowment cost recovery, endowment payout formula, etc. Function:Endowment Stewardship and Reporting Percent: 20
Duty 4: Maintain and update the Institutional Advancement website.
Provide assistance on special projects as needed by the Assistant Vice President and Director as needed.
Provide administrative support as needed. Function:Special Projects and administrative support Percent: 10
Job Requirements Bachelor's degree in related area and / or equivalent experience / training.
Must be skilled in use of Microsoft Office and common desktop, web applications and database structures. Advanced skills in the use of excel.
Strong communication and interpersonal skills to communicate effectively, both verbally and in writing.
Ability to maintain confidentiality of donor and other department information.
Strong analytical / problem-solving skills.
Strong skills in analyzing, researching and synthesizing large amounts of data for preparing sound and relevant proposals / analyses.
Ability to multi-task with demanding timeframes.
Understanding of nonprofit financial management and board governance. Familiarity with philanthropic investing and accounting concepts.
Knowledge of charitable giving and the administration of gifts and endowments including statutory and regulatory requirements, University policies and procedures, and professional standards.
Ability to work effectively with a wide variety of individuals ranging from campus officers to senior government officials and potential donors. Required
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