Major Gifts Associate jobs in Rhode Island

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Income Estimation for Major Gifts Associate jobs
$41,467 to $49,530

Major Gifts Associate
Performs other development-related tasks as necessary and partners with the director, team, and department on special projects as needed.
March 29, 2020
Demonstrated experience interacting with key university constituents, alumni, and donors as well as with university administrators, deans, faculty, and staff in providing good client and customer service.
March 23, 2020
Works collaboratively with Northwestern Medicine (NM) partners as well as with NU Alumni Relations and Development (ARD) colleagues on cross-school initiatives.
March 16, 2020
Develops and executes strategies to involve campus leaders, alumni, friends, grateful patients and volunteers to identify and cultivate new individual, corporate, institutional and/or foundation prospects.
March 06, 2020
Creates and leads a coordinated program of fundraising activities designed to increase the number and level of major and/or principal gifts donors.
February 28, 2020
Build strong relationships with JALC Education, Concerts & Touring, and Brand, Sales and Marketing colleagues to understand their work and funding priorities to effectively communicate with donors about those projects and solicit and steward restricted major gifts.
February 17, 2020
Assist with meeting preparation and follow up, including making travel arrangements, coordinating with participants and/or assistants to schedule meetings, drafting correspondence and briefings, proofreading and editing letters and reports, preparing and distributing agendas and handouts, making room reservations, and arranging catering.
February 04, 2020
Manages responses to inquiries received as a result of newsletters and marketing materials, including mailing follow-up materials and making follow-up visits to prospective donors as appropriate.
January 12, 2020
Provides leadership, determines and evaluates individual goals, develops and implements training and mentoring, and assigns and monitors coverage of primary areas of focus ensuring that goals and objectives are attained.
January 06, 2020
Participate in Advancement staff meetings, prospect strategy sessions, and other relevant meetings on an as-needed basis.
November 12, 2019