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Assistant Director, Donor Relations

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Work type: Staff Full-time
Location: Indianapolis
Categories: Administrative

Position Overview

The Assistant Director of Donor Relations will be responsible for the coordination and project management of gift acknowledgements and comprehensive stewardship initiatives. S/he reports to the Director of Donor Relations in University Advancement.

Primary Responsibilities:

  • Execute bi-weekly acknowledgments for leadership level gifts of $2,500 to $24,999
  • Manage process to recognize first-time donors and in honor/in memory gifts
  • Support stewardship needs of Butler University giving societies
  • Collaborate with director, Marketing and Communications, and other leaders to help design, create, and produce acknowledgment content and material
  • Make recommendations for improvement in acknowledgment project flow and tracking
  • Ensure that all acknowledgment touches are recorded in Advance
  • Manage named space inventory
  • Manage digital donor recognition
  • Create and manage enterprise master calendar

Additional Responsibilities:

  • Support ad hoc events (tailgates and other partner events) that serve to recognize and engage donors
  • Assist Director in planning and executing core annual events and other donor recognition efforts

Qualifications and Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s degree required
  • One to two years of professional experience in higher education or the non-profit sector
  • An understanding of higher education and/or non-profit fundraising, donor relations, and stewardship preferred
  • Demonstrated foundation in project management, fundraising and event planning
  • Strong interpersonal and written communications skills with demonstrated attention to detail and ability to coordinate people and handle multiple deadline driven projects at one
  • Exceptional customer- donor service
  • Excellent writing, editing, and proofreading skills required
  • Tact, discretion, and prudence in working with confidential and sensitive data
  • Computer software skills, including Microsoft Office and planned giving software is required, and knowledge of integrated client database systems is preferred
  • Willingness to work evenings and weekends as necessary

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