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Community Engagement Specialist (A Child's Haven)

community engagement specialist

 

Program:   A Child’s Haven (ACH)      Job Title: Development/Communications Specialist

Reports to:Development/ Communications Dir. Department: Development Status:  Non-Exempt   Date:  Nov. 2018 Salary:      $33,000-$40,000

 

SUBMIT Letter of Interest, resume and A Child’s Haven application to hr@achildshaven.org

 

Background: ACH treats children with developmental delays as a result of limited resources, abuse or neglect and provides support and education for their families.

 

A Child’s Haven Guiding Principles – We value :

  • Children and families and believe  that  they deserve  a  staff,  board,  and  community  dedicated to helping them
  • Financial sustainability and believe that we should be responsible stewards of our
  • Our employees and believe that their teamwork, commitment, and passion are essential to creating a positive environment where the children and organization
  • Measurable outcomes and believe that they allow us to evaluate the effectiveness of our services
  • Integrity and believe it is the basis of a trusting relationship with our children, families, and community
  • Community relationships and  believe that fulfilling our mission is dependent on the goodwill and support of individuals, organizations, and our community at

 

GENERAL DESCRIPTION: The Community Engagement Specialist manages the relationship between A Child’s Haven and the community we serve, cultivates new relationships and identifies financial and

volunteer opportunities for A Child’s Haven. This position’s responsibilities include but are not limited to: volunteer  coordination,  event  planning,  project  management, fund  development,  graphic layout and design, website and social media management, and public relations.

 

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:

  1. Assists development department with fundraising activities to include events, leading silent auction efforts, researching grant  prospects and deadlines, and being cognizant of volunteers who could be donor prospects or who might be able to connect make other types of connections for
  2. Maintains ACH Website and Social Network Accounts with timely, strategic content that includes upcoming ACH events, program information, partner highlights, volunteer

opportunities, family profiles, etc. while  finding creative ways to demonstrate A CH’s connections to partners and supporters in all communications.

  1. Makes public appearances and gives presentations representing A Child’s Is available for all resource fairs and opportunities to promote A Child’s Haven  within  the  community. Plans and coordinates annual volunteer appreciation/community resource activities/events.
  2. Creates monthly agency newsletter, to be distributed via email, and updates newsletter email distribution list from donor software program as
  3. Leads United Way Campaign and Haven Heroes volunteer initiative: monthly meetings, organization, communication,

 

  1. Assesses volunteer needs and partners with Development Director and Clinical Department and recruits accordingly to ensure all agency volunteer needs are Distributes volunteer applications to appropriate department leaders .

  1. Educates staff on volunteer process and assists with volunteer training and techniques for supervising volunteers. Serves as liaison between volunteers and program Recognizes staff for their work with volunteers on a yearly basis. Advocates the volunteer perspective.
  2. Manages the volunteer database and Updates volunteer handbook and policies and procedures manual when needed .
  3. Manages group volunteer activities including but not limited to: scheduling, registration, planning, preparation and gathering of materials/supplies needed  for  group  volunteer Group volunteer projects are often on Saturdays.
  4. Ensures all  regulatory  requirements  by  DHHS  and CARF, as related to volunteers, are maintained and performed in timely
  5. Performs special projects and other duties as

 

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

 

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

  • High School Diploma or equivalent required
  • Bachelor’s Degree preferred
  • Certification in Volunteer Administration preferred
  • 1-2 years’ experience with event planning, and/or working with volunteers

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:

  • Excellent computer skills including Microsoft Office proficiency, digital layout and design , and social media a cross all major
  • Strong descriptive, narrative and persuasive writing
  • Creativity and problem
  • Competencies: communication, public relations, event planning, fund development, relationship management, writing for nonprofit volunteer coordination, social media .

SPECIAL POSITION REQUIREMENTS

  • Understands the requirement of confidentiality with regard to ACH families and staff and at all times maintains a respectful and professional demeanor in their public dealings.
  • Adheres to federal HIP AA
  • Driving personal vehicle required
  • Must pass all required background
  • Occasional evening or weekend

ESSENTIAL PHYSICAL SKILLS:

  • Must be able to work in a stationary position greater than 50% of the time;
  • Needs to move about inside office to access file cabinets, office machines,
  • May need to lift up to 20 pounds of office supplies occasionally
  • Constantly communicates with visitors, and staff
  • While performing the duties on position, the EE is regularly required to talk or Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, and ability to adjust focus.

ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS:

  • Office
  • Classrooms
  • Travel to and from community partners and ACH events

 

This job description in no way states or implies that these are the only duties to be performed by the employee(s) incumbent in  this  position. Employees  will  be required to follow any other job-related instructions and to perform any other job -related duties requested by any person authorized to give instructions or assignments. All duties and responsibilities are essential functions and requirements and are  subject  to  possible modification to reasonably accommodate individuals with disabilities. To perform this job successfully, the incumbents will possess the skills, aptitudes, and abilities to perform each duty  proficiently. Some requirements  may  exclude  individuals  who  pose  a direct threat or significant risk to the health or safety of themselves or others. The requirements listed in this document are  the  minimum  levels  of  knowledge,  skills,   or   abilities.  This   document   does  not create an employment contract, implied or otherwise, other than an “at will” relationship.

Development Specialist (YMCA)

DEVELOPMENT SPECIALIST 

Job Locations US-SC-Simpsonville

Branch: GHS

Full Time

# of openings: 1

Overview

The YMCA of Greenville is seeking a cause-driven leader who desires to make a major impact in the community to join our team as a Development Specialist. Don’t miss this unique opportunity to help advance the mission of the YMCA in a committed and supportive community!

  

 

The YMCA of Greenville is a dynamic and rapidly growing association that seeks to strengthen the community through youth development, healthy living and social responsibility. The Development Specialist provides leadership to their respective branch in developing and implementing the YMCA of Greenville’s philanthropic plan, and raising funds to positively impact our programs and communities. The Development Specialist works directly with Branch Executive Directors and Membership leadership in building branch and departmental staff support of member, community, and corporate donation cultivation while exemplifying a spirit of unified mission, gratitude, and responsible stewardship.   

 

 

Greenville, S.C. is 45 minutes from the Blue Ridge Mountains and three hours from the Carolina beaches and Charleston. The YMCA of Greenville encompasses eight strategically located branches, with our Metro Office situated near Greenville’s vibrant downtown, which has been ranked among “America’s Ten Best” by Forbes Magazine.

Responsibilities

  • Develop and implement the Annual Campaign plan for the Branch according to directives from the Director of Annual Giving; communicate plan and action steps to branch leaders and departmental staff
  • Guide branch staff and volunteers in donor solicitation and other roles as required for successful fundraising efforts; coordinate campaign communication efforts to ensure consistent messaging from all branches.
  • Assist branch Membership leadership to engage members; move individual, family, and corporate members from casual to committed, transitioning them from volunteers to donors.
  • Partner with branch Membership leaders with family and corporate membership recruitment as part of a “Membership-Development Sales Team.”
  • Use Moves Management and other data systems to record donor, volunteer, and financial data in a timely manner
  • Responsible for
  • making a minimum of 10 donor solicitations each month
  • making a minimum of 30 intentional contacts monthly that move the prospect solicitation forward in a purposeful way
  • making a minimum of 4 new contacts/discovery calls each month
  • Personally responsible for cultivating 10 major gift relationships of $5,000 each or more annually, respecting and following supervisor and branch leadership directives and policies as well as fellow development specialist previously established relationships
  • Responsible for own donor correspondence (letters, emails, thank you notes, annual giving statements, etc), handled with the utmost professionalism and in a timely manner.
  • Act as Event Coordinator for assigned branch Annual Campaign initiatives
  • Lead branch-specific grant research and writing according to supervisor and branch leadership directives and with necessary/appropriate approval
  • Assist with a minimum of 3 endowment visits with the Endowment Director each month
  • Assist Branch Executive with Advisory Board Governance and Recruitment
  • Will intentionally and continuously strive to promote an organizational culture that advances practices and policies which value diversity, strengthen inclusion, and build global community in the US and abroad.

Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s degree in a related field or equivalent experience 
  • Minimum five (5) years of demonstrated experience in fundraising, sales, and/or marketing
  • Must have demonstrated grants planning, research, and writing experience
  • Must possess demonstrated interpersonal and written communication skills
  • Must have advanced proficiency in MS Office suite
  • Demonstrated project coordination/management experience and ability to handle multiple projects simultaneously
  • Must have excellent organizational skills
  • Must possess a high-level of attention-to-detail
  • Demonstrated ability to manage time and stress
  • Must possess a high energy level and a positive attitude that represents the values and expectations of the YMCA
  • Must be familiar with and committed to the mission of the Y

 

 

BENEFICIAL SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE:

  • Ability to speak two or more languages preferred

 

Director of Development and Unit Lead- College of Education (Clemson)


Director of Development and Unit Lead (College of Education)

Clemson Tigers are fierce and passionate competitors. From the stadium to the classroom to the research lab, Tigers play to win.

Since 1889, Clemson University has built a proud heritage of attracting intelligent and innovative students, faculty, and staff and helping each one reach his or her full potential. Currently ranked No. 24 among all public universities, we continue our tradition of excellence maintaining a top 25 ranking within the U.S.News & World Report for the past 10 years.

The Development and Alumni Relations team provides career opportunities that will allow you to join in our passion for this University by raising funds to support Clemson today, provide innovative spirit for Clemson tomorrow, and leave a legacy of Clemson Forever.

Director of Development and Unit Lead - College of Education

For a detailed description of this position and to submit an online application, please click on the link above or visit Clemson University’s Career website.

Clemson University is committed to a policy of equal opportunity for all persons and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender, pregnancy, national origin, age, disability, veteran’s status, genetic information or protected activity (e.g., opposition to prohibited discrimination or participation in any complaint process, etc.) in employment, educational programs and activities, admissions and financial aid. This includes a prohibition against sexual harassment and sexual violence as mandated by Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972.

Director of Development and Unit Lead (Clemson University)

Director of Development and Unit Lead

Clemson Tigers are fierce and passionate competitors. From the stadium to the classroom to the research lab, Tigers play to win.

Since 1889, Clemson University has built a proud heritage of attracting intelligent and innovative students, faculty, and staff and helping each one reach his or her full potential. Currently ranked No. 24 among all public universities, we continue our tradition of excellence maintaining a top 25 ranking within the U.S.News & World Report for the past 10 years.

The Development and Alumni Relations team provides career opportunities that will allow you to join in our passion for this University by raising funds to support Clemson today, provide innovative spirit for Clemson tomorrow, and leave a legacy of Clemson Forever.

Director of Development and Unit Lead - College of Agriculture, Forestry, and Life Sciences

For a detailed description of this position and to submit an online application, please click on the link above or visit Clemson University’s Career website.

Clemson University is committed to a policy of equal opportunity for all persons and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender, pregnancy, national origin, age, disability, veteran’s status, genetic information or protected activity (e.g., opposition to prohibited discrimination or participation in any complaint process, etc.) in employment, educational programs and activities, admissions and financial aid. This includes a prohibition against sexual harassment and sexual violence as mandated by Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972.

Major Gifts Officer (Wingate University)

Major Gifts Officer

 

Wingate University Position Description

 

Position Title: Major Gifts Officer

 

Wingate, a comprehensive, independent and growing university, serves more than 3,600 students in North Carolina. Founded in 1896, the University offers 35 undergraduate majors as well as graduate and professional programs. Wingate is home to the Cannon College of Arts and Sciences, the Levine College of Health Sciences, the Byrum School of Business, the Thayer School of Education and the School of Sport Sciences. Wingate blends in-class exploration with out-of-class application to deliver an uncommon and life-changing educational experience. Nearly one-in-five Wingate undergraduate students is preparing to be a pharmacist, physician assistant, physical therapist or nurse, and 65 percent of graduate students are enrolled in health sciences. Wingate offers six master’s degree programs and three doctoral degree programs. Students are supported by more than 325 endowed scholarships. The University’s motto is “Faith, Knowledge, Service.” View current news and videos at www.wingate.edu.

 

Basic Function:

Under the supervision and direction of the Vice President of Advancement, the Major Gifts Officer is responsible for the identification, cultivation and solicitation of donors for gifts over $1,000 affiliated with Wingate University, including individuals, corporations and private foundations.

The Major Gifts Officer will work with board members, alumni, volunteers and the Advancement team to identify, cultivate and solicit major gift and planned giving prospects; will work to develop expertise in the University’s programs and services, and fosters relationships with key staff and leaders in order to identify funding needs and opportunities that address the strategic priorities of the University; and must possess a working knowledge of planned gift instruments.

 

As part of the Advancement team, the Major Gifts Officer will provide strategic leadership in the design and implementation of Advancement programs needed to sustain major gift fundraising activities in the capital campaign.

 

The Major Gifts Officer will collaborate with the Vice President, Advancement team members, and University partners as a team that develops and maintains positive relationships with all constituencies to encourage financial support.

 

Primary Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Identifies, cultivates and solicits, with assistance from key board members and volunteers, those individuals, corporations, and private foundations able to make gifts of $1,000+ to the University.
  • Utilizes a full range of cultivation techniques including personal visits, telephone calls, and personal notes to successfully solicit major
  • Works with regional estate attorneys, financial professionals, and trust officers to implement an integrated planned giving program to benefit the
  • Prepares winning proposals for major and planned gift
  • Utilizes a “moves management” approach to guide major gift donors to a planned

  • Develops and implements an annual plan of goals and objectives to maximize support for the
  • Works with members of the Advancement team on prospect research
  • Ensures appropriate acknowledgement and recognition of all major
  • Routinely seeks education through professional
  • Performs other duties as assigned.

 

Professional Competencies:

  • Balances Stakeholders
  • Communicates Effectively
  • Maintains Customer-Focused Approach
  • Drives Engagement
  • Optimizes Work Processes

 

Minimum Requirements and Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree
  • 2-3 years of experience using a donor database, Raiser’s Edge preferred
  • Managerial abilities, analytical skills, flexibility, creativity in problem solving
  • Skill in written and verbal communications
  • Excellent organizational skills
  • Ability to work with University staff, faculty, students, donors, and the community

 

Starting salary range commensurate with experience.

 

 

For additional information and consideration, contact PMA Consulting, LLC. Application materials consist of a letter of interest, resume, and contact information for three references, which may be submitted via email to search@pattonmcdowell.com.

 

EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER: Wingate University abides by all federal and state laws prohibiting employment discrimination solely on the basis of a person’s race, color, creed, national origin, religion, age (over 40), sex, marital status or physical handicap, except where a reasonable, bona fide occupational qualification exists. Wingate University is committed to the provisions of the Americans with Disabilities Act. Wingate University expressly prohibits any form of workplace harassment based on race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin, age, genetic information, disability, or veteran status.

Development Coordinator (Pendleton Place)


DEVELOPMENT COORDINATOR

Job Description  
Title: Development Coordinator -- Communications

Reports to:       Development Director Classification: Non-Exempt, Hourly Hours: Full-Time

Pay Range:      $26,856 -- $43,811 depending on education and experience

Work Week:     Monday 12:00 AM to Sunday 11:59 PM (AGENCY WORK WEEK FOR CALCULATING OVERTIME)

Required to Transport Clients: No

Required to Drive in the Course of Conducting Business: Yes
Meets Policy Requirements for Personal Cell Phone Use: No
Meets Policy Requirements for Company Cell Phone: No

 

Background:  Since 1975, Pendleton Place (PP) has been a place of safety and comfort for children hurt by abuse and  neglect. PP is committed to innovative approaches that will establish communities where children are safe, families are strong and victims become whole again. We help children and families through a focus on residential care, supportive community services, and comprehensive assessments for children and families in the foster care system.

 

Position Summary:  The Development Coordinator – Communications (DC-C) is responsible for the management and coordination of Pendleton Place’s marketing and communications plan, volunteer program, donor database administration, and stewardship efforts. This position is responsible for the development and implementation of public-facing

marketing, social media, and public relations materials as well as the maintenance of organizational website(s). Additionally, this position supports the Development Department’s efforts in special events, general fundraising, public fundraising campaigns, and donor retention, all in alignment with the Development Plan and in collaboration with the Development Director and other development department positions. The DC-C serves as a development liaison to the organization’s programs, assisting the Development Director in documenting, prioritizing, and meeting programs’ resource needs.

 

Essential Functions of Position

  • Maintain and broaden social networking to benefit the organization through collaboration with agency leadership
  • Marketing and Social Media
  • Maintain website and oversee dynamic content
  • Track and measure the level of engagement within the network over time (i.e. track analytics for website and social media)
  • Put communications vehicles in place to create momentum and awareness as well as to test the effectiveness of communications activities
  • Manage the development, distribution, and maintenance of all print and electronic media, including but not limited to, newsletters, brochures, and special reports, coordinating collaboratively with other sections of the organization for content
  • Sustain the Pendleton Place brand through strong messaging in a multitude of communication channels
  • Lead the generation of online content that engages audience segments and leads to measurable action
  • Write, submit, and follow-up to ensure placement on press releases and stories to established contacts with local and regional media as supervised by the Development Director

  • Assist with marketing all events (i.e. awareness campaigns, internal meetings and celebrations, open houses, ribbon cuttings, )

·         Volunteer Coordination

  • Organize and maintain a high quality volunteer program that complies with high standards of recruitment, orientation and training, scheduling, and retention
  • Maintain volunteer records accurately and ensure that all background checks are kept current and pass requirements
  • Coordinate volunteer groups and communicate with the leadership team to ensure that group projects meet organizational needs and are minimally disruptive to operations
  • Data Management & Donor Stewardship
    • Ensure the timely entry of financial and in-kind gifts in the database system
    • Create and process donor acknowledgement letters
    • Update and maintain all contact records (phone calls, emails, etc.) with donors, volunteers, corporate leaders, and key community members
    • Actively participate in the cultivation and stewardship of donors
    • Assist with performance and quality improvement (PQI) efforts including monthly dashboard reports
    • General Resource Development Support
  • Assist the Development Director and Executive Director in other fundraising programs as necessary, including event and fundraising support
  • Actively participate on staff committees and in staff meetings as necessary and appropriate
  • Other support tasks as deemed necessary by the Development Director and/or Executive Director

 

 Qualifications                                                                                                                                           

Minimum Qualifications
  • Evidence of successful marketing, public relations, and website development skills
  • Graduation from a 4-year college or university; a 2-year degree with a minimum of 5 years related work experience may substitute

  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills; strong verbal and written skills
  • Excellent organizational skills, including the ability to prioritize and multi-task
  • Ability to work cooperatively and communicate effectively with team members
  • Possess valid South Carolina driver’s license
  • Must be able to travel within designated area
  • Must be able to attend after-hours presentations and/or occasionally work on weekends
  • Satisfactory criminal history check, driving record, and background check including the Child Abuse and Neglect Central Registry, Sex Offenders Registry, and FBI/SLED fingerprinting

 

Desirable Qualifications

  • Experience in the nonprofit sector
  • 2-4 years of experience in a paid marketing, public relations, and/or website management position
  • Familiarity with child welfare/human service programs
  • Proficiency with WordPress

 

Physical Demands

Stand

Constantly

   Frequently

Occasionally

N/A

Walk

Constantly

   Frequently

Occasionally

N/A

Sit

Constantly

   Frequently

Occasionally

N/A

Handling

Constantly

   Frequently

Occasionally

N/A

Reach Outward

Constantly

   Frequently

Occasionally

N/A

Reach Above Shoulder

Constantly

Frequently

   Occasionally

N/A

Climb

Constantly

Frequently

   Occasionally

N/A

Crawl

Constantly

Frequently

   Occasionally

N/A

Squat or Kneel

Constantly

Frequently

   Occasionally

N/A

Bend

Constantly

Frequently

   Occasionally

N/A

Lifting Requirements

10 pounds or less

Constantly

   Frequently

Occasionally

N/A

11 to 20 pounds

Constantly

   Frequently

Occasionally

N/A

21 to 50 pounds

Constantly

Frequently

   Occasionally

N/A

51 to 100 pounds

Constantly

Frequently

Occasionally

   N/A

> than 100 pounds

Constantly

Frequently

Occasionally

   N/A

Pushing and Pulling Requirements

12 pounds or less

Constantly

   Frequently

Occasionally

N/A

13 to 25 pounds

Constantly

   Frequently

Occasionally

N/A

26 to 40 pounds

Constantly

Frequently

   Occasionally

N/A

41 to 100 pounds

Constantly

Frequently

Occasionally

   N/A

> than 100 pounds

Constantly

Frequently

Occasionally

   N/A

Definitions

N/A

Not Applicable

Activity is not applicable to this occupation

O

Occasionally

Occupation requires this activity up to 33% of the time (0 - 2.5+

hrs/day)

F

Frequently

Occupation requires this activity from 33% - 66% of the time (2.5 - 5.5+ hrs/day)

C

Constantly

Occupation requires this activity more than 66% of the time (5.5+

hrs/day)

The organization has reviewed this job description to ensure that essential functions and basic duties have been included. It is intended to provide guidelines for job expectations and the employee's ability to perform the position described. It is not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all functions, responsibilities, skills and abilities. Additional functions and requirements may be assigned by supervisors as deemed appropriate. This document does not represent an expressed or implied contract of employment nor does it alter your At-Will employment, and the organization reserves the right to change this job description and/or assign tasks for the employee to perform, as the organization may deem appropriate.

 

I                                                                                                      have read and understand this job description and agree that I am able to perform the essential functions outlined in this job description. I understand that failure to provide information or omission of information pertaining to my ability to meet the requirements of the job or my inability to perform the essential job duties will be cause for immediate termination of employment, regardless when or how discovered.

 

Signature:                                                                                                          Date:                                                  

Assistant Director of Donor Relations and Advancement Services (Wingate University)

assistant Director of Donor Relations and Advancement Services

 Wingate University

Position Description

 

Position Title: Assistant Director of Donor Relations and Advancement Services

Founded in 1896, Wingate University is a private, comprehensive institution offering students active learning opportunities through personalized instruction, world travel, career discovery, faith development, and community service. Wingate University is a residential university with a liberal arts core located near Charlotte, North Carolina. More information about the university may be found on our website: http://www.wingate.edu

 

Basic Function:

The Assistant Director of Donor Relations and Advancement Services manages all aspects of the University’s donor database, in coordination with team members and other departments. The position also works directly with donors, cultivating and stewarding relationships.

 

Primary Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Oversee all aspects of Advancement database, Raiser’s Edge and Raiser’s Edge NXT, including
  • Support the Director of Donor Relations and Advancement Services with Advancement Services operations to ensure team is striving towards best practices with clean, updated data, proper gift entry protocol, and policies and
  • Assist with stewardship, recognition, education, and communication efforts for all donors, giving circles, and societies including but not limited to Annual Fund, Wingate Society, endowed scholarships, designated endowments, Board of Visitors, major gifts, campaign support, Leadership in Loyalty Society, and Legacy
  • Assist the Director with the stewardship process of endowed scholarship donors including recognition, student correspondence and participation related to the Scholarship Luncheon, financial and biographical reports, and scholarship agreements.
  • Enhance the acknowledgement process for all gift ranges giving particular emphasis to strategies for retaining first-time
  • Manage and promote consecutive annual giving and recognition in the Leadership in Loyalty Circle and Jerry E. McGee
  • Work with the Director and advancement officers to create and execute stewardship plans for individual donors while executing post-gifting activities to support the donor during the stewardship phase of the donor cycle and to strengthen donor

  • Manage the input of accurate donor records in the University databases using the suite of research, information and data management programs and services available to best steward and build relations with our
  • Attend scheduled and called Advancement meetings.
  • Participate in various training mediums to remain current in the Advancement
  • Assume other Advancement duties as may be

 

Professional Competencies:

  • Balances Stakeholders
  • Communicates Effectively
  • Customer Focus
  • Drives Engagement
  • Optimizes Work Processes

 

Minimum Requirements and Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree
  • 2-3 years of experience using a donor database, Raiser’s Edge preferred
  • Managerial abilities, analytical skills, flexibility, creativity in problem solving
  • Skill in written and verbal communications
  • Excellent organizational skills
  • Ability to work with University staff, faculty, students, donors, and the general public

 

Starting salary range commensurate with experience: $40,000-$50,000

 

For additional information and consideration contact PMA Consulting, LLC. Application materials consist of a letter of interest, resume and contact information for three references and may be submitted via email to search@pattonmcdowell.com.

 

EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER: Wingate University abides by all federal and state laws prohibiting employment discrimination solely on the basis of a person’s race, color, creed, national origin, religion, age (over 40), sex, marital status or physical handicap, except where a reasonable, bona fide occupational qualification exists. Wingate University is committed to the provisions of the Americans with Disabilities Act. Wingate University expressly prohibits any form of workplace harassment based on race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin, age, genetic information, disability, or veteran status.