Senior Manager, Resource Development, Alumni and Foundation Events - Job Opportunities at Atlantic Cape

The Senior Manager will work with the Senior Director of Resource Development and Alumni and Community Outreach to develop and execute strategies to educate donors and alumni on engagement opportunities that strengthen their relationships with the college and the foundation.

Senior Manager, Resource Development, Alumni and Foundation Events

Posted: 07-20-2017
Campus: Cape May
Salary: $54,870
  • Reports to the Senior Director, Resource Development
  • Implements alumni association and special event initiatives established by Dean and Senior Director of Resource Development for both college and foundation goals
  • Coordinates alumni cultivation and engagement programs
  • Works closely with Alumni Association Advisory Committee to launch and monitor proposed endeavors, sets meeting schedules, facilitates correspondence and maintains accurate record of meeting and program outcomes
  • Administers selection process for the president’s annual Distinguished Alumni Award
  • Manages volunteer participation for Foundation and Resource Development funding raising programs, special events and other related activities including recruiting, assigning tasks, training and thanking volunteers
  • Acts as Secretary for Foundation Board of Trustees and fundraising related college committees: Writes drafts of Foundation and college committee meeting agendas and prepares supporting documents, attends committee meetings, takes meeting minutes, maintains archives of meeting materials and distributes materials as needed
  • Organizes Restaurant Gala committee meetings, processes all gala logistics including participating Restaurant Chef cooperation and follow up
  • Coordinates all ancillary fund development strategies associated with special events, including raffles, auctions, exhibits, etc.
  • Initiates and tracks purchasing requests for all special events and Resource Development Department needs
  • Ensures all contractual, regulatory and safety aspects of special events are completed in a timely and legal manner
  • Processes and tracks ticket orders, purchases and payments for special events and fundraising programs
  • Researches and recommends cost effective improvements and efficient methods of event control
  • Generates mailings & correspondence for Resource Dev. & college fundraising programs in collaboration with team members
  • Writes and edits acknowledgement correspondence and reviews prior to letters being mailed to donors
  • Assists Senior Director special event planning activities and outcome reporting
  • Develops content and posting of information for all print and electronic social media platforms related to Resource Development, Alumni and Foundation fundraising activities-works with College Relations to assist with social media platforms including synchronization of messaging
  • Serves as Resource Development scholarship liaison with Atlantic Cape Scholarship Committee and coordinates Atlantic Cape Foundation responsibilities for scholarship ceremonies
  • Facilitates the process of renewing annual scholarships for both the foundation and college scholarships
  • Responsible for execution and e-delivery of quarterly Alumni Newsletter
  • Performs related duties as assigned
Minimum Requirements:
  • Bachelor’s degree and minimum of 5 years administrative support experience in a fast paced work environment.
  • Knowledge of fundraising principles, marketing strategies and donor centered processes.
  • Ability to simultaneously manage completing deadlines and multiple projects.
  • Proven track record of successful project management and large scale event production.
  • Excellent computer skills including high level expertise with MS Office products and donor databases.
  • Excellent organizational and clerical Demonstrated ability to work independently and to make independent decisions.
  • Demonstrated ability to communicate effectively orally and in writing.
  • Ability to coordinate complex activities with multiple parties, prioritize work and meet deadlines.
Primary location for this position is the Cape May County Campus, but may require flexible scheduling to include evenings and weekends at any Atlantic Cape location.

Candidates must send a letter and resume to the Human Resources Specialist, Atlantic Cape Community College, 5100 Black Horse Pike, Mays Landing, NJ 08330. Email to Deadline: 08-06-2017.

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