Montgomery County Community College invites applications for the Associate Director of Annual Giving Programs position. The Associate Director of Annual Giving Programs is responsible for planning, developing and managing a comprehensive Annual Giving program with goals of engaging, cultivating and soliciting alumni, friends, faculty and staff and students.
The Associate Director will develop plans for Annual Giving fundraising and will work closely with College and Advancement staff to identify, engage, solicit and steward annual donor prospects for the College. The Associate Director will manage a targeted, multi-approach annual giving program, a pro-active personal solicitation program, an annual giving faculty staff campaign, and other targeted annual programs such as direct mail aimed at increasing new and renewing donors and increasing donors to the major gift level. The Associate Director will recruit and engage students and student groups with the goal of creating a culture of philanthropy throughout the College.
The Associate Director will manage Annual Giving programs such as Direct Mail Solicitations, Student Philanthropy Program, and the Foundation’s Annual Donor Report publication as well as other programs as assigned.
Bachelor’s degree required
A minimum of two years of fundraising experience with a demonstrated record of successful direct mail and personal solicitation fundraising required.
Excellent organizational and interpersonal skills, exceptional attention to detail.
Writing ability as well as excellent oral communications skills.
Ability to work with sensitive information with complete confidentiality.
Familiarity with Raisers Edge NXT or similar development Donor Management systems.
Proficient as a user of office productivity software, preferably MS Office 365 Suite
Ability to work on several projects concurrently, meeting deadlines.
Ability to develop relationships with donors/prospects and to work with volunteers.
Ability to work in a goal, metric and deadline driven, high preforming environment.
Montgomery County Community College offers a comprehensive curriculum of more than 100 degree and certificate programs, a Virtual Campus, a Culinary Arts Institute, a Municipal Police Academy, and specialized workforce development programs, all of which leverage the College’s nationally ranked use of innovative technology. An Achieving the Dream (AtD) Leader College, the institution is positioned at the vanguard of national efforts to increase completion, improve learning outcomes, and remove barriers to access for more than 24,000 students annually. The College is also recognized regionally and nationally for its sustainability leadership, work with military veterans, and community service and service learning opportunities. Montgomery County Community College was recognized by NISOD and Diverse: Issues in Higher Education as one of nine “2018 Promising Places to Work in Community Colleges.” Visit mc3.edu or join us on Twitter @mccc.
Montgomery County Community College (MCCC) has a strong institutional commitment to diversity and is dedicated to excellence through diversity in education and employment. MCCC, an EEO Employer, provides equal employment and educational opportunities to all who are qualified. In keeping with the College’s diversity initiative, MCCC seeks and welcomes applications from diverse candidates, those who have had multicultural experience, and those who can demonstrate a commitment to diversity.
Internal Number: 9931
About Montgomery County Community College
Montgomery County Community College a recognized Achieving the Dream Leader College located in suburban Philadelphia, with campuses in Blue Bell, Pottstown, and virtually, plus a new Culinary Arts Institute in Lansdale serves more than 21,000 credit and almost 10, 000 non-credit students annually. Recognized for its leadership in sustainability and as one of the most technologically savvy community colleges in the country, the College prides itself on its focus on student success.