Director of Development II, Scheller College of
Georgia Institute of Technology
Experienced and successful fundraiser responsible for planning
and implementing a coordinated program of fundraising activities.
Uses advanced relationship building skills to identify, cultivate,
solicit and steward major and principal gift individual, corporate,
and/or foundation prospects. Establishes and effectively manages
relationships, with critical, high-profile prospects. Designs and
implements strategic fundraising plans. Manages special events to
involve and cultivate prospects. Collaborates with deans and
faculty, and coordinates with other development and alumni
relations staff. Identifies stewardship opportunities for major
donors. May service complex fundraising markets or regions.
Typically solicits gifts in the range of $100,000 to $5 million and
manages a portfolio size (average annual fundraising
accountability) of $2.5 million to $3.5 million. Prospect pool
managed is up to 150 prospects. This position will interact on a
regular basis with major and principal donors and prospective
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 assigned 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-Scheller@glfreeman.com.