Prospect Analyst - Two positions available
Reporting to the Associate Director, Development Analytics, the prospect analyst provides reliable and timely information gathering and analysis in order to make recommendations to advancement staff for the purpose of securing and stewarding philanthropic gifts. The prospect analyst works both independently and in teams.
Associate Director of Development, Gift Planning
Reporting to the Sr. Director of Gift Planning, the Associate Director is responsible for the personal stewardship of members of the Arnold Bennett Hall Legacy Society (ABHLS). The Associate Director will be responsible for meeting significant personal visit goals and for qualifying prospects for re-entry into the planned and major gift pipelines.
Leadership Annual Giving Officer
Reporting to the Associate Director, Constituent Engagement, the Leadership Annual Giving Officer will be responsible for the qualification, engagement, solicitation, and stewardship of UO donors between $1,000-$25,000. The Leadership Annual Giving Officer will focus his/her face-to-face solicitation outreach in the state of Oregon and will be responsible for strategically planning such travel and projecting and managing related expenses. This position will travel to geographic areas as appropriate to evaluate, solicit, and steward prospective and current donors.
Director or Sr. Director of Development, School of Law
The Director/Senior Director of Development is responsible for the identification, qualification, cultivation, and solicitation of prospects with the capacity to make gifts of $100K or more and will be responsible for meeting fundraising goals as they relate to the strategic needs of the university. Performance as measured against these goals will be evaluated annually. This position will involve regular travel to meet with prospective donors. This position will also be responsible for supervision of Oregon Law development staff.
Director of Corporate Relations
The Director of Corporate Relations will require the incumbent to establish new corporate relationships as well as enhance existing relationships between companies and various schools, colleges and programs. The incumbent will establish a program designed to build partnerships with corporations that are capable of multiple layers of engagement including: student internship opportunities, graduate recruitment, sponsored research, philanthropy, and community partnerships. Participating corporate partners will include select companies in Oregon as well as nationally-based companies aligned with areas of competitive excellence within the university.