Director of Campaign Management and Special Initiatives, Law Center Advancement - Georgetown Univer
Director of Campaign Management and Special Initiatives, Law Center Advancement - Georgetown University Law Center
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The Director of Campaign Management and Special Initiatives coordinates the planning and execution of the next comprehensive Law Center fundraising campaign, as well as manages special Law Center initiatives, including the upcoming 150th anniversary celebration of the founding of the Law Center. S/he coordinates the planning and execution of the next comprehensive campaign for the Law Center, which launched in January 2018. Reporting to the Assistant Dean of Development and Alumni Affairs, the Director has duties that include but are not limited to:
- Recruits campaign steering committee.
- Develops campaign marketing materials (case statements).
- Organizes campaign screening events.
- Plans campaign launch event and regional campaign events.
- Writes and develops periodic community-wide stories on campaign progress and impact.
- Manages online campaign content.
- Coordinates all aspects of the planning for the Law Center's 150th Anniversary celebration, involving multiple internal and external constituents, to be held in academic years 2020 - 2021.
- Manages the 150th Anniversary campus planning committee comprised of faculty and staff.
- Coordinates with Communications staff on strategy for media coverage both in print and online.
Manages a small portfolio of campaign prospects.
- Bachelor's degree - preference for Master's degree
- 8 years of experience managing large-scale projects involving multiple constituents - preferably in higher education fundraising environments
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills
- High degree of initiative and ability to accomplish projects with minimal supervision
- Ability to handle highly confidential information with tact and discretion
- Commitment to adherence to ethical and confidentiality guidelines of the University
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