Assistant Director, Principal & Transformative Gifts Program - Office of Advancement

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Location
Washington D.C.
Posted
Mar 02, 2017
Closes
Apr 01, 2017
Industry
Education
Hours
Full Time
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Assistant Director, Principal & Transformative Gifts Program - Office of Advancement

The Principal & Transformative Gifts Program in Georgetown's Office of Advancement is a centralized program focused on cultivating long-term relationships with prospective donors who have the capacity to make principal ($5M+) and transformative ($10M+) gifts, leveraging the relationships and vision of university leaders to secure support for strategic university priorities.  We are responsible for driving donor-centric gift strategies that bridge external interests with institutional priorities and allow our donors and prospective donors to deepen their philanthropic partnership with Georgetown.  The team collaborates with colleagues to create and maintain individualized cultivation and solicitation plans and make recommendations for next steps while providing support and tracking.

The Assistant Director of Principal & Transformative Gifts Program, an experienced, developed professional, assists in planning and implementing the strategy for the University's top prospects - collecting, analyzing, and distributing information regarding existing and prospective $5M+ donors in order to maintain the principal gifts pipeline and support development and Advancement objectives.  Duties include but not limited to:

Principal Gift Pipeline Development & Management

  • Serves as the principal liaison and coordinator on all principal gift prospects across the University.
  • Convenes Advancement staff and others, systematically and as-needed, to develop thoughtful and comprehensive strategies for principal gifts prospects.
  • Proactively ensures appropriate and timely follow-up coming out of these meetings.
  • Offers input into potential cultivation, engagement, solicitation, and stewardship strategies.
  • Serves as the principal gift liaison to Planned Giving, developing a full understanding of the Planned Giving pipeline and necessary centralized resources.
  • Keeps Advancement officers, University leadership, and others appropriately informed on the identification, assessment, organization, management, and attentive stewardship of principal gift constituents.

Presidential & Principal Travel Program Coordination

  • Detects, verifies, and synthesizes information. Shares up-to-date information with colleagues for the purposes of strategy development, briefing preparation, and data integrity.
  • Proactively coordinates the Presidential & Principal Travel Program within the Principal & Transformative Gifts Program, tracking all principal travel across major markets and coordinating with development teams and Donor Relations, including the coordination of presidential-level briefings.• Assists with campaign-related analytics projects, campaign planning, and campaign project coordination.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Principal Gift Data Integrity and Administration

  • Maintains up-to-date principal & transformative gift pipeline including names and strategies for all $5M+ prospective donors and principal stewardship plans for all $5M+ donors.
  • Coordinates and maintains principal gift program data and prospective donor strategies in CRM database.
  • Serves as the principal gift liaison to the Data & Analytics Group, collaborating on principal gift identification and portfolio analytics.

Requirements

  • Bachelor's degree
  • 3 to 5 years of experience in prospect development, frontline fundraising, or equivalent experience in analytical research or another information-related field within an academic, nonprofit, or corporate environment
  • 1+ years of experience working with prospects rated at $5M and above
  • 1+ years of experience participating in prospective donor strategy/review sessions
  • Experience with relational/CRM databases to perform searches and create reports
  • Demonstrated critical thinking and analytical skills and attention to details
  • Strong ability to be an effective, persuasive spokesperson
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills demonstrating the ability to synthesize material from multiple sources into coherent and accurate presentation
  • Ability to maintain confidentiality and use good judgment when working with sensitive information

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