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Los Angeles, CA, United States

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Web Site: www.ucla.edu

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ADVANCEMENT OFFICER II


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Job ID:

2390

Location:

Los Angeles, CA, United States 

Non-Profit Cause:

Education Higher
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Job Views:

64

Employment Type:

Full time

Posted:

04.17.2017
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Job Function & Level:

TITLE (JOB LEVEL): Officer
Development / Fundraising: Development / Advancement Generalist

Job Description:

Job Title:ADVANCEMENT OFFICER II  
Working Title:Director of Development  
Salary:$5,150 - $9,583 monthly  
Job Type:Career  
Department Name:0250-LAW  
Department Website URL:https://williamsinstitute.law.ucla.edu/  
Job Summary Statement:The Williams Institute, a national research center on sexual orientation law and public policy at UCLA School of Law, seeks an experienced and energetic development professional with a passion for advancing the mission of the Institute and meeting and exceeding development goals. The Williams Institute current budget is over $4.5 million. The Director of Development will be responsible for the administration of the Williams Institute's development programs and its various components, including events, gift solicitation, public and private grants, donor cultivation, program endorsement, development operations, and support staff management. The candidate must possess a high level of judgment in developing ambitious programs that will result in the expansion of the Institute's income base, budget, and impact.  
Percentage of Time:100  
Shift Start:9:00 am  
Shift End:6:00 pm  

Job Requirements:

 QualificationsRequired/Preferred
 
Bachelor's degree preferred.
Preferred
 
Excellent interpersonal skills, demonstrated ability to work with the donors, alumni, students, administrators, and colleagues. Skill in interacting diplomatically and discretely with the public in a public contact setting.
Required
 
Excellent written communication skills; knowledge of proper punctuation, spelling, sentence construction, paragraph construction, and correct grammar in order to compose and edit solicitations, business correspondence, and respond to donor inquiries. High level of attention to detail required.
Required
 
Impeccable integrity and discretion in dealing with donors, alumni, students, administrators and colleagues.
Required
 
Expert knowledge of gift terminology and the ability to apply that language to achieve the goals of a fund raising program.
Required
 
Advanced knowledge of fundraising principles and techniques sufficient to complete a variety of projects and assignments successfully and with minimal supervision.
Preferred
 
Strong organizational skills and ability to work effectively under conditions of heavy work load, frequent interruptions, distractions, and deadlines.
Required
 
Advanced computer proficiency in order to operate personal computer and be able to use a variety of computer software in a Windows environment, such as Word, Excel, Access, Photoshop, etc.
Required
 
Ability to design and maintain spreadsheets that analyzes various fund information.
Required
 
Ability to interpret all policies governing donor relations and development.
Required
 
Ability to work some overtime, evenings, and weekends for fund-raising special events.
Required
 
Minimum five years of event planning experience in a non-profit development environment.
Required
 
Proficiency with donor databases and with the Advance database.
Preferred
 
Advanced ability to organize and implement the logistical requirements of events and programs, including materials, information, and people in a systematic way to optimize efficiency.
Required
 
Ability to analyze strategy to cultivate more funds.
Required
 
Ability to analyze situations, define problems and objectives, identify relevant factors, formulate logical conclusions, and recognize alternatives expeditiously.
Required


Company Info


UCLA
Los Angeles, CA, United States
Phone:
Web Site: www.ucla.edu

ADVANCEMENT OFFICER II

col-narrow-left   

Job ID:

2390

Location:

Los Angeles, CA, United States 

Non-Profit Cause:

Education Higher
col-narrow-right   

Job Views:

64

Employment Type:

Full time

Posted:

04.17.2017
col-wide   

Job Function & Level:

TITLE (JOB LEVEL): Officer
Development / Fundraising: Development / Advancement Generalist

Job Description:

Job Title:ADVANCEMENT OFFICER II  
Working Title:Director of Development  
Salary:$5,150 - $9,583 monthly  
Job Type:Career  
Department Name:0250-LAW  
Department Website URL:https://williamsinstitute.law.ucla.edu/  
Job Summary Statement:The Williams Institute, a national research center on sexual orientation law and public policy at UCLA School of Law, seeks an experienced and energetic development professional with a passion for advancing the mission of the Institute and meeting and exceeding development goals. The Williams Institute current budget is over $4.5 million. The Director of Development will be responsible for the administration of the Williams Institute's development programs and its various components, including events, gift solicitation, public and private grants, donor cultivation, program endorsement, development operations, and support staff management. The candidate must possess a high level of judgment in developing ambitious programs that will result in the expansion of the Institute's income base, budget, and impact.  
Percentage of Time:100  
Shift Start:9:00 am  
Shift End:6:00 pm  

Job Requirements:

 QualificationsRequired/Preferred
 
Bachelor's degree preferred.
Preferred
 
Excellent interpersonal skills, demonstrated ability to work with the donors, alumni, students, administrators, and colleagues. Skill in interacting diplomatically and discretely with the public in a public contact setting.
Required
 
Excellent written communication skills; knowledge of proper punctuation, spelling, sentence construction, paragraph construction, and correct grammar in order to compose and edit solicitations, business correspondence, and respond to donor inquiries. High level of attention to detail required.
Required
 
Impeccable integrity and discretion in dealing with donors, alumni, students, administrators and colleagues.
Required
 
Expert knowledge of gift terminology and the ability to apply that language to achieve the goals of a fund raising program.
Required
 
Advanced knowledge of fundraising principles and techniques sufficient to complete a variety of projects and assignments successfully and with minimal supervision.
Preferred
 
Strong organizational skills and ability to work effectively under conditions of heavy work load, frequent interruptions, distractions, and deadlines.
Required
 
Advanced computer proficiency in order to operate personal computer and be able to use a variety of computer software in a Windows environment, such as Word, Excel, Access, Photoshop, etc.
Required
 
Ability to design and maintain spreadsheets that analyzes various fund information.
Required
 
Ability to interpret all policies governing donor relations and development.
Required
 
Ability to work some overtime, evenings, and weekends for fund-raising special events.
Required
 
Minimum five years of event planning experience in a non-profit development environment.
Required
 
Proficiency with donor databases and with the Advance database.
Preferred
 
Advanced ability to organize and implement the logistical requirements of events and programs, including materials, information, and people in a systematic way to optimize efficiency.
Required
 
Ability to analyze strategy to cultivate more funds.
Required
 
Ability to analyze situations, define problems and objectives, identify relevant factors, formulate logical conclusions, and recognize alternatives expeditiously.
Required