Associate Director of Development for Mission and Ministry
Georgetown University - Washington, DC

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The Class Programs and Reunion Campaigns Coordinator position exists to support the Class Programs and Reunion Campaign Teams’ mission to increase engagement, identify new volunteers and donors, strengthen alumni programming and ensure consistent support through our classes. This is specifically accomplished by his/her administrative and clerical support to the Director/Associate Director(s) of Alumni Relations. The Coordinator participates and supports all aspects of Gambit/database management and maintenance (including running reports, updating addresses and attendee lists, etc.), assisting with scheduling appointments and travel, submitting and tracking expenses, event coordination (invitation and label generation) and material production. The Coordinator responds to all inquiries from class volunteers and directs calls and emails. Additionally, he/she support the administrative process, logistical support and other resource and supply management issues within the unit. The Coordinator is a member of the team with direct responsibility for class giving and reunion campaigns and classes assigned to the team. He/She is involved with all aspects of program design, volunteer management, class giving and alumni relations outreach to include alumni calls, class giving, and key university-wide alumni engagement events and new initiatives and unit support. This person will serve as a professional representative of Georgetown University to donors, volunteers, prospects, vendors, faculty, staff and students, and provides on-site support at all of the teams’ on-campus events. The Coordinator may also be given additional responsibilities in this role to expand his/her skills, including volunteer management, communication projects, and acting as a liaison with on-campus departments to plan events. Additional Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree. Three-five years of successful development experience and demonstrated success in securing major gifts, preferably at an academic institution. An understanding of Catholic and Jesuit values is important. A commitment to religious and inter faith understanding is preferred. The candidate must be detail-oriented, highly professional in presentation and speech, personable, and a self-starter with excellent communication and organizational skills. Proficient in fundraising software applications.

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