Please apply for this position on jobs.iu.edu. Review of applications will begin on March 25, 2021, so for best consideration apply by midnight on March 24, 2021.
Indiana University Kokomo seeks qualified candidates for the position of Development Executive (Vice Chancellor for Advancement and Media & Marketing). Reporting to the Chancellor, the Development Executive serves as the chief development officer for the IU Kokomo campus and is responsible for providing leadership in the planning, implementation and administration of the campus's fundraising, communications, special events, and alumni relations programs. This position will also supervise the directors and operations of the offices of Advancement, Media & Marketing, Alumni Relations, and all development activities; develop and manage annual budget plan and recommendations for areas of responsibility in concert with the IU Kokomo campus strategic plan; plan and direct all activities necessary to maximize an effective advancement program; and provide leadership and direction for all aspects of fundraising including annual giving, planned giving, major gift giving, alumni giving, corporate and foundation giving relationships.
Bachelor's degree in related field and five years of progressively responsible leadership experience in development with at least three years each of fund-raising, administrative, and supervisory experience.
Proven leadership in organizational and fiscal management including planning, developing and evaluating programs and personnel. Demonstrated experience in fund-raising, major gift giving, planned giving concepts, annual giving, corporate and foundation relationships. Demonstrated experience in marketing, public relations, and media-related areas. Major event experience. Must be willing to travel and work evenings/weekends, as required.
Master's degree and experience working with volunteers. Familiarity of Indiana University, specifically the IU Kokomo campus and programs. Experience in a university or comparable non-profit organization.
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