Senior Director of Development, School of Mechanical
Georgia Institute of Technology
Plan and implement a coordinated program of fundraising
activities. Establish goals and oversee staff activities including
identification, evaluation, cultivation, solicitation, and
stewardship of prospective major and principal gift donors. Oversee
the quality and quantity of major gift activity in the region or
unit and take action to increase both. Establish and effectively
manage relationships with most critical, highest profile prospects.
Manage special events to involve and cultivate prospects.
Collaborate with deans and faculty, and coordinate with other
development and alumni relations staff. Identify stewardship
opportunities for major donors. May service most complex
fundraising market or regions. Typically solicit gifts in the range
of $250,000 to $10 million, and manage a portfolio size (average
annual fundraising accountability) of $4 million. Manage prospect
pool up to 100 prospects. Oversee a team or unit portfolio size of
$5 million to $7.5 million.
This position will interact on a regular basis with: major and
principal donors, and prospective donors. This position typically
will advise and counsel: deans, school chairs faculty, academic
unit and program leadership, unit volunteer leadership, and other
development officers. This position may supervise: development
officers and administrative support staff.
Georgia Institute of Technology has retained Freeman Philanthropic Services, LLC
to facilitate this executive recruitment. Please send confidential
inquiries and applications directly to Freeman Philanthropic
Services, LLC via e-mail at GeorgiaTech-SDoD@glfreeman.com.