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Annual Giving Coordinator will assist the Director of Annual Giving in the areas of donor management, solicitations, communications, and campaign management.
• 1-2 years of event and/or fundraising experience
• Associates Degree; Bachelor’s Degree preferred
• Knowledge of donor database systems preferred
• Knowledge of intercollegiate athletics and/or higher education fundraising preferred
Job Specific Qualifications
• Ability to coordinate and collaborate with colleagues within Athletics and the University.
• Ability to set priorities and handle multiple assignments and deadlines.
• Experience working in a donor-focused environment.
• Knowledge of Microsoft Office products and University advancement systems.
• Outstanding verbal and written communication skills.
• Display good judgment.
• Knowledge of
• Skilled in Social Media.
Support the Director of Annual Giving with the day-to-day operations and administrative functions related to campaign management and the annual giving plan.
Assist with modifications and distribution of various annual solicitations, which include parent, Former Student Athlete, lapsed and long term lapsed, end of year and direct mailers. Assist the Director in collaborating with
to represent Athletics in the following campaigns: Forever Orange Week, Thank-a-donor day, Class Act, Mark Your Mark, Boost the ‘Cuse (Staff Giving Campaign). Understand and supports the program for varying giving levels.
Communicate and build rapport with diverse group of letter winners, patrons, coaches, administrators, and key constituents. Research best practices in former student-athlete and young alumni soliciting and gift. Submit data retrievals and appeal requests to Engagement Systems colleagues.
Provide customer service to donors regarding benefits, away games, which includes but not limited to making reservations, escorting donors to stadium, and working with specific sports offices. Coordinate replica tax return receipts for Athletic constituents upon request. Receive donations and submit for gift processing. Collaborate with Box Office and Preferred Seating personnel for season and complimentary ticket requests for home and away games as well as special events/groups.
Maintain databases stored in G-Drive. Manage gear inventory for the Orange Club. Support Orange Club Events Coordinator at special events with check in and operations.
Other responsibilities as assigned.
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