Director Funds Development Job Description Sample
Assistant Director For Restricted Funds Tion
Assistant Director for Restricted Funds tion
AVP Accounting & Treasury Mgmt
Brian Kirkpatrick, Associate VP of Accounting & Treasury
The Assistant Director for Restricted Funds will assess and validate that appropriate business and accounting processes are being followed in the Office of Research. This effort includes the proper establishment of grant attributes to corresponding Banner Finance ledger accounts, timely recording of revenues and expenses, cash applications, etc. The position will also be a finance/accounting resource to the Office of Research in recording research related activities as efficiently as possible into Banner
- Work with the Office of Research in reviewing and updating of related policies and procedures, training manuals and desk procedures, as well as other appropriate documentation • Verify that grant fund attributes have been fully and appropriately established for all new and existing grant funds • Monitor all research billing functions to ensure they are performed accurately, and timely. • Monitor all collections and payment applications to ensure accuracy and efficiency. • Create and maintain management reports on research billings, collections and receivables • Prepare and interpret these reports, analyze data output, identify, communicate and document issues as they arise, establish and monitor performance matrixes. • Review reconciliations of accounts on a daily or monthly basis for completeness and accuracy. Acts as a technical liaison between the Finance Division and the Office of Research regarding grant attributes, billings and collections. • Assists in all finance system upgrades that may include the following: user testing, supporting and assisting other users with testing, liaising with University Information Systems to address and resolve bugs or other operational problems. • Performs other duties as assigned
1.Analytical Thinking/Problem Solving: Has the ability to understand a situation, issue, problem, etc., by breaking it into smaller pieces or tracing the implications of a situation in a step-by-step method. Commits to actions after identifying alternative methods that are based on logical assumptions and information. Takes into consideration resources, constraints, organizational values, and changing environments 2. Flexibility/Adaptability: Recognizes that the environment in which one functions may be constantly changing and adjusts his/her own approach and behavior accordingly. Adapts to and works effectively within a variety of situations and with various individuals and/or groups. 3. Impact and Influence: Has the ability to persuade, convince, influence or impress others in order to gain collaboration 4. Ability to interact with Student, Faculty and staff in a positive and professional manner 5. Professionalism: Conducts oneself at all times in an ambassadorial, committed, and personable manner, demonstrating respect for oneself and others. 6. Relationship Building: Establishes rapport and develops and maintains a network of substantive contacts and nurtures those relationships 7. Verbal and Written Communication: Expresses ideas effectively, both orally and in writing 8. Performance Management: Shares responsibility with individuals and groups so that they have a deep sense of commitment and ownership. Acts to ensure others perform in accordance with clear expectations and goals 9. Team Leadership: Mobilizes people to work toward a shared purpose 10. Experience identifying and driving process improvement 11. Demonstrated ability to take initiative, set priorities to manage multiple demands, and work independently
- Bachelor's degree from a four-year college or university • Advance working knowledge of Excel, Word and PowerPoint • Experience in working with Banner • A minimum of 2 years of restricted asset reporting experience
- Demonstrated experience in maintaining accurate accounting records across several integrated systems • A minimum of 2 years working with Ellucian Banner or other similar financial information systems • Knowledge in using COGNOS or other similar applications a plus At the University's discretion, the education and experience prerequisites may be accepted where the candidate can demonstrate to the satisfaction of the university an equivalent combination of education and experience specifically preparing the candidate for success in the position.
Affordable Development Director
Pangea Properties is a vertically integrated, privately held real estate investment trust (REIT) headquartered in Chicago, IL. Founded in 2009, our mission is to bring high quality, professional property management to the fragmented and unsophisticated workforce housing category. We believe that by leveraging our operational platform, Pangea can provide institutional capital with access to a vast and untouched, high yield asset class. We lead with operations and are accomplishing our mission by incorporating data, technology and excellent customer service to all units under management. We strive to deliver our core values of service, value and care to all our residents. In just over 9 years, we have grown our private equity capital portfolio to over 14,000 apartment units owned and operated in Chicago, Indianapolis and Baltimore. More recently we have grown a direct mortgage origination unit, Pangea Mortgage Capital, to a portfolio of over $100mm of loans outstanding in addition to building third party management, construction and affordable development businesses. To accomplish all of this, Pangea has grown to approximately 475 employees, the majority of whom were sourced internally and promoted from within.
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Pangea Affordable, LLC is the REIT’s affordable housing business unit that focuses on the development or preservation of affordable housing using various sources of public funds including low-income housing tax credits (LIHTC), historic tax credits, tax-exempt bonds, HAP contracts or other rental subsidies and other soft money sources. We are seeking a highly motivated, self-directed candidate with proven experience in affordable development or finance as well as the entrepreneurial fire to want to build something bigger. The ideal candidate will assume end-to-end responsibility for the sourcing, underwriting, capital identification and execution of a wide spectrum of affordable housing development opportunities. This role will report to the CFO of the parent REIT and will prepare and present deal summaries to the CEO and other members of the investment committee.
The goal for this role is to aggressively scale the business into a meaningful vertical within Pangea Properties. The role will initially be supported by the CFO and the company’s acquisitions manager and team; however, the successful candidate will quickly develop and begin executing on a pipeline of transactions, and will build a high-quality team around them to support rapid expansion nationally. This is a highest priority initiative for the REIT, and this role presents the opportunity to leverage Pangea’s significant capitalization and operational expertise to build a big business in a short period of time. Successful achievement of this goal will earn a position among the company’s senior leadership.
- Bachelor’s degree from top 50 undergraduate university, minimum 3.5 GPA
- 3-5 years of experience in affordable housing development or finance with top tier firm or large public housing agency
- Established relationships with public housing and finance agencies, attorneys, consultants, lenders and other providers of public capital to support affordable housing
- Track record of leading successful projects on budget, balancing business needs vs. technical and time constraints, as well as coordinating across cross-functional teams
- Deal sourcing and underwriting capabilities and ability to creatively assemble capital sources
- Excellent written and oral communication skills
- Experience working within fast-paced and/or start-up environments
- Competitive base salary plus bonus and/or direct participation in development fees
- Company equity awards available for exceptional, proven performance
- Full benefit package, including medical, dental, & vision; disability and life coverage; 401(k) with company match
- Casual work environment and dress code
- 10 paid vacation days, plus 5 days of paid sick time annually (increases with tenure)
- Startup culture with direct access to senior management and in-place support staff
- Stocked pantry of healthy snacks, beverages and full kitchen / break / social space
- Great company events and collaborative culture
- Headquartered in Chicago’s West Loop neighborhood
Schwab Money Funds Product Manager
Charles Schwab Investment Management (CSIM) is the asset management arm of the Charles Schwab Corporation, and has over $400 billion under management in mutual funds and ETFs. Products include active and indexed equity, fixed income, and asset allocation strategies, as well as money market funds. CSIM uses a consistent and focused approach to investing across all our products and seeks to develop innovative new products to meet the core investing needs of our clients.
With over $160 billion in 12 funds with 14 share classes, CSIM is the seventh largest manager of money market funds (MMFs) in the US. The MMFs serve as a key cash products offering for many of Schwab's clients and the clients of Registered Investment Advisors who custody their assets at Schwab
The Senior Manager will be a key team member in positioning the Schwab Money Market Funds for Schwab clients and the on-going running of the money fund complex. This role is expected to focus on business planning, preparing materials for use with senior executives and CSIM product committees, especially PowerPoints, implementing a wide variety of product enhancements to the Schwab Money Funds in order to meet the needs of the fund's shareholders.
While some of the work will be project oriented, on-going/routine tasks will include preparing and maintaining market collateral, regulatory documents and website content, as well as, facilitating the resolution of potential operational issues that may occur with the funds
What you're good at
Accountability for money funds product positioning and product content
Provide product insights and competitive developments for internal and external audiences
Provide content support on product initiatives
Research competitive landscape
Ensure the relevance and accuracy of information provided on the funds to clients and prospects. Items include fact sheets, performance summaries, web pages, sales support materials, etc.
Serve as the "voice of the client" in the development of shareholder reports, prospectuses and other fund documents
Address fund inquiries from the internal audiences, clients and prospects
Partner with internal portfolio strategist team
Support sales efforts and work across the organization to support distribution of the funds
Product Strategy & Development
Support the Product Management and the CSIM Product Strategy/Development Teams in developing and implementing the strategy for the Money Market funds, which will include:
Positioning vis-à-vis competitors and complimentary Schwab products
Improvements ranging from small actions to product line overhauls
New fund launches or changes to existing products
Be the committed advocate, promoter and subject matter authority of the Schwab Money Funds
Find opportunities to grow assets under management through quantitative analyses of client behavior patterns, market research and feedback from business partners
Identify potential causes of current asset attrition, threats to long-term growth and potential remediation actions
Craft external and internal facing marketing collateral, presentations, training, FAQs, etc.
What you have
Bachelor's degree required
Ideally, a minimum of 8 years working in the asset management industry
3 to 5 years of experience in the mutual funds industry ideally working directly with money market funds.
Understanding of fixed income securities and the markets within which these securities operate
Ability to work with data to find insights on client behavior/needs and understand financial trade-offs of product development options
Strong capabilities in building PowerPoint presentations suitable for executive audiences. Skill set would typically be gained from 2 to 3 years of management consulting experience, either in external or in-house strategy consulting groups.
Self-starter comfortable in juggling multiple projects with potentially conflicting priorities and resource/time constraints
Strong project management skills: building and leading project plans
Strong written and verbal skills
Natural ability to build and manage relationships
Series 7 required. May obtain within first 6 months in the role
Director Of Resource Development
Reporting to and working in close collaboration with the Chief Executive Officer and the fellow members of the CEO’S executive leadership team, the Director of Resource Development (DRD) will lead all non-earned revenue resource development activities for CISM - from fundraising and grants management to building partnerships with area non-profit service providers and in-kind donors in providing non-academic supports to students. As part of this work, the DRD will design and execute a comprehensive development strategy for CISM, considering the creation of or growth of a variety of giving channels such as annual fund giving, fundraising events, in-kind drives, corporate partnerships, capital campaigns, and grantseeking from private or government grant opportunities. Further, the DRD will lead efforts to build and strengthen access to community resources identified as needed non-academic supports for students. These efforts require robust coordination with the CEO and the Chief Program Officer. The DRD will build the resource development staff for this newly established formal function of CISM.
- Based on the growth and needs of the organization, grow the resource development team (including fundraising and community partnerships): Design, form and develop a Resource team, making the case for needed human resources given the strategy and results of the Resource function. We would expect the Resource team’s growth to scale over time.
- Hire and develop a high-functioning Resource team, actively leading and managing successful outcomes aligned to CISM mission and goals.
- Design development strategy for CISM: Work with the CEO and management team to identify funds needed, preferred funding targets and fundraising pipeline, and the mix of giving categories to build over time to ensure the ongoing fiscal sustainability of the organization.
- Lead the execution of CISM’s development strategy, from donor prospecting, executive prep, messaging and grant/funding applications as necessary. The successful candidate will use existing experience and knowledge as well as a drive for results to seek out new funding opportunities, locally and nationally.
- Responsible for grants management including reporting aspects of any grants or other donations, ensuring proper acknowledgement and reporting requirements, and meeting all deadlines, drawing in input and review from CEO and other staff members as necessary.
- Develop and maintain strong, trusted long-term relationships with donors and prospects, ensuring their understanding of and engagement with the mission and outcomes of the organization. Prioritize donor stewardship aimed at cultivating deeper ties with donors.
- Use good judgement in determining when and how CEO, executive volunteers, and other executives and team members should engage with particular prospects and donors and prepare them accordingly to ensure proper briefing and information alignment.
- Support and partner with the CEO and board members on all major fundraising initiatives, including ensuring CEO and volunteer executives are appropriately supported for all fundraising calls.
- Collaborate with the Chief Operating Officer (COO) to develop and implement CISM's financial strategy.
- Actively research and keep informed of funding sources and trends to position CISM ahead of major funding changes or trends.
- Monitor all donor information; provide and present statistical analysis to CEO and board as needed.
- Ensure that CISM partnership schools have access to programs and services students need by developing and implementing strategies for creating partnerships with neighborhood organizations, human services agencies and community institutions.
- Cultivate fruitful, long-term working relationships with these organizations, in-kind donors, and volunteers to ensure CISM meets its mission for students in helping remove non-academic barriers to students’ success.
- Work closely with Chief Program Officer and the Program team to use their information and analyses to identify needs and monitor trends to understand the size and scope of needs across the span of CISM partner schools. Use this understanding of student needs to inform partnership development targets and generate creative solutions with community providers and prospective in-kind donors to collaborate in meeting these needs.
- In collaboration with the Chief Program Officer:
- Support the execution of the community partnership engagement process to ensure that partnerships are established and maintained with fidelity to the CIS Model.
- Oversee major community and school partnership events (i.e. School Supply Drive, Read Across America Day, Holiday Drives, Attendance Awareness Month Events, site visits, etc.) key to the support and maintenance of school partnerships.
Specific competencies include:
- Resource Development/Fundraising: Proven success in resource development for a nonprofit. Experience running capital campaigns and successful fundraising from multiple donor channels. Tangible experience of having expanded and cultivated existing donor relationships over time.
- Project Leadership: Experience in planning, leading, and managing development projects, including coordinating with peers to achieve desired outcomes, and tracking and reporting on progress to senior managers/board of directors, and grantors.
- Team Building and Development, Management: The successful candidate will have recruited, managed, and developed a strong team. This individual will serve as a “player/coach” to motivate and mentor a team of “A” players and be able to address performance challenges effectively.
- Entrepreneurial Spirit: Takes initiative and actively seeks to deepen current donor relationships and to forge new ones.
- Communications: Skilled in creating powerful, compelling written and oral communications for fundraising. Ability to convey complex ideas through brief, simple materials. Experience in and credibility when presenting materials to external audiences.
- Influencing: Gets others to accept ideas by using convincing arguments, creates a win-win situation and responds appropriately to key stakeholders.
- Collaboration: Effective at working with others to reach common goals and objectives.
- Relationship Building: Skilled at establishing and cultivating strong relationships with peers, across different levels of the organization and externally. Ability to engage and influence a wide range of donors and build long-term relationships.
- Strategic mind-set: Able to see and communicate the big picture, and to determine and opportunities and threats through a comprehensive analysis of current and future needs and trends. Strong organizational skills and ability to prioritize and focus effectively.
- Flexible and adaptable style: A leader who can positively impact both strategic and tactical fundraising initiatives. Ability to work both independently without close oversight and also as team player who will productively engage with others at varying levels of seniority within and outside CISM. Customer service mindset.
- Bachelor's degree required, Master's preferred.
- At least 10 years of professional experience in a nonprofit organization and at least 5 years of management experience; demonstrated success in a development function (managing and forging relationships with multiple donor sources).
- An excellent, trusted reputation in the local nonprofit and giving community.
- Impeccable integrity, positive attitude, mission-driven, and takes initiative, with demonstrated passion for the CISM mission and commitment to working collaboratively with a management team of senior professionals.
- Solid judgment and apparent leadership skills.
- An enthusiastic team player, who can work effectively with peers and other associates within a collegial, yet demanding work environment.
- Able to navigate a variety of constituencies, manage multiple tasks simultaneously and thrive in a complex environment with multiple priorities.
- Strong analytical skills, basic business intuition, and common sense.
- Strong work ethic.
- Demonstrated understanding of CISM-- its mission and outcomes-- and a solid grasp of the role it plays in the landscape of public education in Memphis and Shelby County.
- Will require some light lifting
- Most travel will be local so reliable transportation will be important. Candidate must be willing to travel occasionally out of town to events such as CIS National conferences and state convenings.
COMPENSATION AND BENEFITS:
Compensation is commensurate with experience and includes a comprehensive, competitive benefits package.
- Health Care Plan (Medical, Dental & Vision)
- Long Term and Short Term Disability
- Retirement Plan (401k)
- Life Insurance (Basic, Voluntary & AD&D)
- Paid Time Off (Vacation, Sick & Public Holidays)
This is a full-time position. Working hours are generally 8:30 - 5:00 p.m., however it is expected that this person will have a flexible schedule and will work additional hours as needed to accommodate evening and weekend activities and reporting deadlines.
Target Hire Date: September 3, 2019
Director Of Product Development And QA, Asia - Luggage And Accessories
Away is seeking an Asia based Director to oversee and run all product development and QA operations in Asia. As one of the largest luggage brands in the world, Away is continuing to rapidly grow as we expand into other travel products and continue to diversify our supplier base.
The ideal candidate is a strategic problem solver, strong people manager, and excellent communicator. They must be excited to scale one of the fastest growing venture-backed lifestyle brands and thrive working in a fast-paced collaborative environment.
This role will report into our VP of Product Development & Sourcing.
What you'll do:
Help execute the Away vision for QA staffing, procedures & reporting, working closely with our HQ product team and technical consultants
Provide support for product development efforts that need a "push" as the HQ team communicates directly to the suppliers for new products and R&D
Communicate with product development managers and US based technical consultant to support the direct communication with the suppliers on specific issues related to product development, packaging, materials QA & purchase order expediting
Work with factories to identify ways to save costs without compromising aesthetic or quality, and provide recommendations to HQ product development team
Visit factories to identify and solve issues to be raised to factory management and recommend corrective action plans with suppliers
Hire and manage Away inspectors at factory locations through start up, pre-production, in-process reviews and final inspections, reporting any major issues to HQ product development team
Along with factory inspectors, review factory lab testing capabilities and monitoring of test results to be sure HQ team is getting the correct interpretation
Establish the Away Asia office location
Direct factory certification process as it pertains to Away's social impact initiatives including initial assessment and managing ongoing improvements pending audits
Who you are:
10-15 years of experience in accessories and/or luggage
Understanding of on-line QA processes and testing as well as product development
Knowledge base of accessories finished goods suppliers and raw materials suppliers
An understanding of raw materials and finished goods testing
Knowledge of production processes and materials costing to be able to provide costing suggestions to US based team
Knowledgeable of incoming raw materials inspection processes, in-line inspection, and finished goods inspection
Creative and efficient problem solver who is committed to achieving unique design and brand vision of Away.
Rigorous at identifying issues and prioritizing topics
Strong written and verbal communicator with the ability to make well informed decisions independently
Fluency in Mandarin and English required
Willing to travel 3-5 days per week throughout Asia
Away (awaytravel.com) is modernizing the travel experience, beginning with your luggage, while striving to set the example for how socially conscious companies should conduct themselves. In November 2015, we launched our brand in Vogue, GQ, and USA Today, and have been featured in over 100 publications including New York Magazine, Travel + Leisure, and Wallpaper*. Away was founded by two Warby Parker alums and has raised $31M in venture funding led by Forerunner Ventures, Accel Partners, and Global Founders Capital.
Director Of Development Services
Job Title: Director of Development Services
Department: Development Services
Reports To: City Manager
FLSA Classification: Exempt
This is a Full-Time position under the direction of the City Manager.
Typical Duties: Duties may include, but are not limited to the following:
To plan, direct, and review the activities and operations of the Community Development Division including zoning, building inspections, code enforcement, and food service inspections;
To coordinate assigned activities with other City departments and outside agencies; and to provide highly responsible and complex administrative support to the City Manager.
Work involves performing special studies and projects as assigned by the City Manager.
Work also involves performing various functions in different areas aimed at developing an overall working knowledge of municipal operations and procedures.
Work is performed independently within established policies, procedures and instructions and is reviewed by City Manager through conferences, reports and results obtained.
Conducts special studies and projects as assigned by City Manager; assists division directors in development and maintenance of special projects.
Distribute and review zoning change applications and prepare and present staff reports.
Distribute and review Board of Adjustment applications and prepare and present staff reports.
Review and process all street cut permits.
Prepare staff reports for the City Council on Planning and Zoning Commission recommendations.
Serves as secretary to the Planning and Zoning Commission and Board of Adjustment.
Considerable public contact with builders, contractors, and the public seeking information about zoning and code enforcement.
Assume full management responsibility for all Community Development, department services, and activities.
Manage the development and implementation of Development Services Department goals, objectives, policies and priorities for each assigned service area; establish, within City policy, appropriate service and staffing levels; allocate resources accordingly.
Coordinate department activities and services with those of other departments and outside agencies and organizations; provide staff assistance to the City Manager and City Council; prepare and present staff reports and other necessary correspondence.
Continuously monitor and evaluate the delivery of services to ensure efficiency, effectiveness and courteousness; direct, oversee and monitor work load; assign work activities, projects, and programs; administrative and supports systems, and internal reporting relationships; identify opportunities for improvement ; direct the implementation of changes.
Coordinates and continuously monitors and evaluates activities of food service inspectors.
Select, train, motivate, and evaluate personnel; provide or coordinate staff training; work with employees to correct deficiencies; implement discipline and termination procedures.
Review and administer City policies and procedures; prepare recommendations concerning policies and procedures for city management staff.
Manage and participate in the development and administration of the department budget; direct the forecast of funds needed for staffing, equipment, materials, and supplies; monitor and approve expenditures; implement adjustments as necessary.
Participate with a variety of boards and commissions to plan and promote capital improvements and expanded services; attend and participate in professional groups and complaints.
Prepare and review reports and records regarding all assigned divisions; maintain records and files for all divisional activities.
Perform work on special projects assigned by City Manager; prepare any reports or presentations as necessary.
Perform related duties as assigned.
? Must be a United States Citizen;
? Must have a valid Texas drivers license and maintain a satisfactory driving record;
? Ability to communicate (read, write, and speak) effectively in the English language;
? Principles and practices of organization, administration, and personnel management;
? Principles and practices of budget preparation and administration;
? Principles and techniques of supervision, training, and performance evaluation;
? Pertinent Federal, State, and local laws, codes, and regulations;
? Ability to stay abreast of trends and innovations in the areas addressed by the Development Services Department.
? Established planning & inspection policies outlined by City Charter and ordinances
Experience and Training Guidelines:
Any combination of experience and training that would likely provide the required knowledge and abilities is acceptable. A typical way to obtain knowledge and abilities would be:
?High school diploma or GED required.
?Five years of increasingly responsible experience in Development Services related operations including two years of administrative and supervisory responsibility.
?Training equivalent to a Bachelors degree from an accredited college or university with a major course work in business administration, public administration, or a related field.
Majority of work is performed in an office environment.
Maintain physical condition appropriate to the performance of assigned duties and responsibilities which may include the ability to walk, stand or sit for extended periods of time, carry, hold or lift up to 40 pounds, push, pull, squat or crouch, file of routine reports and documents and or drive to a variety of meetings or locations. Maintain effective audio-visual discrimination and perception needed for making observations; communicating with others; reading and writing; and operating assigned equipment.
NOTE: The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by the person assigned to this job. They are not intended to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, skills, and physical demands required.
By signing this form, you acknowledge that you can perform the essential duties and functions of this position with or without accommodation.
If accommodation is required to perform the essential duties and functions of this position listed above, please list the necessary accommodation below:
The City of Stephenville is an Equal Opportunity Employer
Director Of Development
? Builds and manages a portfolio of major gift prospects with metrics to identify, cultivate, solicit, and steward major gift donors. Conducts face-to-face contacts with prospects with a minimum of 18-20 significant visits scheduled monthly. Travels extensively within the region to achieve stated goals; ? Provides, within an outlined timeframe, reports and other essential information including contact reports, proposals, travel plans, formal solicitation strategies, stewardship plans and other documents and reports which demonstrate evidence of achieving the institution's philanthropic goals; ? Demonstrate ingenuity, independence, self-motivation, and fundraising strategy with the confidence to reach out and speak to potential major gift prospects; ? Maintain an in-depth knowledge of the institution's strategic plan, points of pride, college initiatives, funding priorities with the ability to communicate each to advance philanthropy; ? Collaborate with Alumni Relations, Advancement Services, Communications, and the various colleges and units to maximize and reinforce messages of philanthropic support that are aligned with the institution's strategic plan.
Dedication to the mission and goals of Virginia State University. Bachelor's degree (advanced degree preferred) in business, public relations, communications or related field.
A minimum of three years of experience in frontline fundraising in higher education with a proven track record of increasing philanthropic support. Applicants with a current and active CFRE or ACFRE are preferred. Applicants must demonstrate the knowledge of principles and practices associated with moves management fundraising.
Applicants must also have the ability to convey and promote the mission and vision of the institution, exhibit enthusiasm, demonstrate a strong work ethic, be innovative and creative and be highly detail oriented and organized. Must have experience in providing excellent customer service in a high-pressure environment along with excellent interpersonal, oral and written communication skills. Extensive travel is required; a valid driver license, and travel involving automobile is required
Please provide 5 professional references. Candidates will be asked to supply a portfolio of work related to this position.
Senior Director Development Fundraising
The Senior Associate Athletic Director for Development is responsible for the cultivation and solicitation of gifts in support of assigned projects and initiatives for UNT Athletics. The Senior Associate Athletics Director will be highly involved in the Denton and greater Metroplex communities, and will be responsible for the enhancement of the institutional and departmental public image through the use of networking with groups and organizations. The Senior Associate Athletic Director will also be responsible for the performance and production from this team toward stated goals and objectives.
The Senior Associate Athletic Director for Development will be tasked with executing outlined development-related initiatives for UNT Athletics, and will be responsible for meeting corresponding performance and production goals, as assigned by University Leadership.
The position will report directly to the Executive Senior Associate Athletic Director of External Operations and the Vice President for Advancement.
The Senior Associate Athletic Director leads the development efforts for UNT Athletics and works in consultation and in close coordination with University Leadership to design and implement a comprehensive development program to identify, cultivate, solicit and steward prospects and donors for major gifts in support of UNT Athletics.
The Senior Associate Athletic Director works in a collegial and supportive manner with colleagues and donors to maximize giving to the university and coordinates with UNT's annual giving, corporate and foundation relations and planned giving units.
The Senior Associate Athletic Director collaborates with UNT's advancement services, donor relations and communications teams to implement effective recognition and messaging.
Identifies and qualifies new donors and existing donors capable of increased level of participation designated initiatives.
Manages relationships and securing support from donors that are capable of making major gifts.
Responsible for oversight and solicitation of Mean Green Scholarship Fund annual gifts.
Manages premium seating sales program to include suites, club seats, loge seats, courtside seats, etc.
Effectively works with the Athletic Ticket Office to maximize revenue goals and secure season/individual game ticket sales.
Attends University-sponsored events for continued contact with and cultivation of membership.
Recognizes gift prospect opportunities and develops strategy for cultivation and solicitation.
Develops, coordinates and executes the assigned specific gift initiatives.
Keeps an active prospect list, conducts weekly calls/touch points based on outlined goals.
Continually works to develop giving from alumni, friends, faculty to the University.
Serves as an effective liaison between the Development Office and the Athletic Department, and maintains positive working relationships with staff.
Makes direct solicitations for support from individuals, making an identified number of weekly appointments.
Identifies planned giving & major gift prospects and works with colleagues and subordinates for joint cultivation and solicitation of major and/or planned gifts.
Maintains and presents calendars of planned activities weekly and submits an individual contact reports for each contact with a prospect and/or donor.
Coordinates gift processing and documentation with the Athletic Business Office and Athletic Ticket Office.
Maintains status of commitments and pledges, conducting follow-up calls where needed to secure outstanding pledges.
Effectively manages prospect and donor information using Paciolan and Raiser's Edge.
Workforce Strategy And Economic Development - Associate Director - East Coast
At Cognizant, we have experienced firsthand how the growing skills gap in technology-related fields impacts employers and businesses that rely on high-skilled technology talent. It is a growing gap that affects all aspects of the U.S. economy, and, American competitiveness on the global stage.
To advance this effort, the Global Workforce Strategy and Economic Development team works with various partners to cultivate qualified technology talent that we can hire into our organization. Economic incentives help to fund these programs to support our continued growth and expansion. Pursuits and negotiations include a multi-step process that consults government affairs, business units, corporate communications, human resources, tax, and real estate - all with exposure to Cognizant executive leadership team.
The Associate Director works directly with and reports to the Senior Director of Workforce Strategy and Economic Development (office of COO) to pursue and manage the company's portfolio of incentive awards, compliance with program requirements, and key economic development relationships. In this role, you will be responsible for leading the annual Site Selection Process to determine locations to establish new Digital Hubs or expand existing Hubs. You will lead a team to provide data on our economic footprint across North America and highlight trends, metrics and measures to the Cognizant Digital Hub leaders and Talent Acquisition teams.
Pursuit of global economic incentives and compliance support (50%)
Responsible for reviewing, researching, and applying for various workforce and job creation incentives program globally that may be available to Cognizant.
Assist in preparing economic and public policy research for proposals and pursuits of economic incentives globally.
Build quantitative models to determine if Cognizant meets program requirements and compare the value of various incentive programs.
Act as a liaison with the external audit, payroll, and tax teams to ensure accuracy of headcount, wage, and tax reporting, as well as the revenues from economic incentive programs.
Maintain compliance with all awarded workforce and job creation incentive programs.
Prepare monthly/quarterly monitoring on the progress made to meet the requirements contract requirements (e.g. headcount target, average wage target).
Report on headcount/demographic data in each location of interest on a quarterly basis and as needed.
Collect and update Cognizant's economic footprint in each geography.
Set up processes with various business partners (e.g. HRSS, CSR, Tax, etc.) to improve the quality of data used in public policy activity.
Work with cross-functional teams to collect and report on data.
Assist in creating ad hoc research reports.
Data and reporting support for Talent Demand and Cognizant Digital Hubs Planning (50%)
Work collaboratively with the Talent Supply teams to gather and analyze resource demand.
Support the demand pipeline for CDH's (Cognizant Digital Hub) locations, by providing business teams with insights on prospective locations and relevant marketing collateral.
Monitor the utilization, productivity, and effectiveness of CDH's.
Promote overall data quality and assist in managing the company's workforce data; run regular audits, report issues, and see them through to resolution.
Provide support, analytical or otherwise, as needed to solve complex problems and assist with projects/initiatives across various disciplines including talent acquisition, talent management, compensation planning and analysis, and employee engagement.
Senior Director Of Development
Reporting to the Chief Operating Officer, and in partnership with the CEO and President, the Senior Director of Development will spearhead development efforts as Civic Hall moves into a phase of substantial growth. A new position in the organization, the Senior Director will have the opportunity to grow strategy and operations for the organization’s development function, and will be tasked with managing a 3-year capital campaign.
The Senior Director of Development:
- Establishes and implements short and long-range resource development strategies, goals, objectives, and strategic planning in conjunction with the leadership team (CEO, President, COO) and the Board of Directors
- Develops, in tandem with the fund development team, finance team and leadership team, the organization’s resource budget, monitors team performance on a monthly basis and maintains an on-going forecast for year-end projections
- Oversees fundraising activities to support the resource development goals of the organization including the capital campaign, foundation and government grants, corporate sponsorship, individual giving, and major gifts
- Serves as a member of the frontline fundraising team alongside the leadership team
- Will collaborates with the leadership team, other staff, and existing consultants to plan and execute a successful capital campaign, including securing public and private funding
- Provides support to Board of Directors, stakeholder groups, and leadership team for highest level donor cultivation and solicitation activities
- Defines metrics and measurements that quantify performance against goals and institutionalizes a system for obtaining and reporting those metrics and measurements for resource development
- Work with program staff to manage the creation and writing of compelling proposals for general and project-related grants and ensure timely reporting on achievement of program and project goals
- Proactively ensures that the organization develops strong long term relationships with large scale individual, foundation and corporate donors/funders. Personally builds and maintains key relationships to ensure fund development strategy is achieved
- Ensures establishment of a diverse donor base of individual, corporate, foundation, and public segments
- Ensures meaningful and effective partnerships with key public and private sector entities
- Develops innovative recognition opportunities and materials and events for continuity and donor stewardship
- Advises the leadership team, board members, and staff of current resources, trends, obstacles, and developments in revenue generation and donor relations
- Collaborates with the marketing team on the publication of fundraising-related materials, including an Annual Report
- Works closely with the program directors to ensure that programs have the resources to meet short and long range goals/objectives
Reports To: This position reports to the
Chief Operating Officer.Supervisory
This position supervises a Development Assistant.
Work Environment: This position is performed inside, in a temperature controlled environment, with noise limited to that of a typical office environment.
Physical Demands: This position requires sitting or standing, and occasional bending and lifting of up to 10 lbs.
Status: This is a full-time, salaried, exempt position and not eligible for overtime. Salary is set at an annual amount and paid in substantially equal installments on a semi-monthly basis in accordance with Civic Hall’s standard payroll practices for salaried employees, currently administered by Justworks.
Benefits: This position is eligible for Civic Hall’s benefits, including medical, dental, and vision coverage, paid time off and holidays.
Expected Hours of Work: Typical hours are Monday through Friday 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., although there is substantial flexibility in the exact hours.
Travel: This position may require some travel.
There are no additional eligibility qualifications for this position.
Equal Opportunity Employer:
Civic Hall is committed to building a stronger, diverse, and mission-driven team to serve the community we know, respect, and love. We are an equal opportunity employer that does not discriminate in its hiring practices. We actively seek a diverse pool of applicants from or who have worked closely with historically marginalized groups, including but not limited to people with disabilities, people of color, LGBTQ people, first- or second-generation immigrants, and people from low-income families. When applying, please include information about your unique background.
- 7 to 10+ years of experience in nonprofit fundraising
- Experience successfully planning and executing capital campaigns
- Proven track record of successfully securing funds from foundations, government, corporations, and individuals
- Experience with developing and executing strategic fundraising plans
- Excellent connections to the NYC philanthropic community
- Experience managing development staff
- Ability to quickly develop rapport and establish relationships
- Excellent writing skills, including proofreading and editing skills; outstanding oral and written communication skills
- Demonstrated ability to set priorities, organize workload, manage competing demands, meet deadlines, and set and achieve ambitious goals
- Ability to collaborate with a wide range of stakeholders, including public end-users, government, nonprofits, philanthropy, and corporations
- Familiarity with civic technology a plus
- Familiarity with New York City tech scene a plus
- Familiarity with any CRM required; familiarity with Salesforce a plus
- Shares a commitment to Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI)
- Team spirit and sense of humor appreciated
Salary Range: $125,000 to $160,000, commensurate with experience
Competitive health, dental, and vision benefits provided via Justworks
Unlimited PTO for full-time employees
12 Paid Holidays
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