The Associate Director, Donor Relations and Stewardship at The Ohio State University
Posting DateNovember 8, 2017
Location of Position
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Duties and Responsibilities
The Associate Director, Donor Relations and Stewardship serves as part of the Donor Relations and Stewardship team for the Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center and is critical in allowing the Wexner Medical Center Advancement team to fully engage with donors at every step of their relationship. The Associate Director is responsible for developing, implementing, and managing comprehensive programs that promote meaningful engagement opportunities and creative stewardship that specifically target principal and major giving prospects and donors to the Wexner Medical Center. This position will focus on strengthening relationships with our top constituents as we prepare for the next capital campaign and begin to implement the objectives in the WMC Strategic plan.
Bachelor’s degree or an equivalent combination of education and experience; five years of progressively responsible experience in the healthcare/development/campaign arena, preferably at a large university-related medical center or healthcare fundraising organization; two years of experience in program planning and administration.
Two years of supervisory experience; demonstrated success in managing complex programs and projects; possess the ability to manage multiple projects effectively to include developing timelines, setting priorities and meeting deadlines; proven knowledge of moves management and other development best practices; two years of experience in planning and executing events.
Also, please visit http://advancement.osu.edu/ to learn more about the Ohio State University Office of Advancement.
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