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GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF CLASS
The UNIVERSITY DEVELOPMENT PROJECT COORDINATOR 2 develops promotional programs designed to raise private funds and increase volunteer support for the development of agency facilities and projects. This includes developing the university strategy for soliciting funds for the various projects; identifying prospective donors appropriate for each project; developing policies and procedures for the project; soliciting and cultivating prospects; and directing the implementation of the project.
This is the second level of a two-level series and is distinguished from the lower level by having responsibility for developing promotional programs, developing policies and procedures for the projects, and directing the implementation of the projects.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Employees in these positions make decisions as to how to most effectively solicit funds from individuals, corporations, and foundations for the development of university facilities and projects.
Allocation of positions to this class will depend on the total work performed which may include one or a combination of the duties or tasks listed below.
The employees of this classification routinely make decisions which have direct affect on the amount of funding obtained for the development of facilities and projects at the agency. University fund-raising directly affects statewide, national and international education, research and service efforts of the institution.
RELATIONSHIPS WITH OTHERS
Employees in this class have weekly contact with university fund-raisers, administrators, and faculty to plan fund-raising activities, to develop cultivation plans, to discuss donor visits, and to coordinate events and solicitations. Employees have weekly contact with corporate and foundation executives and individual donor prospects to develop and maintain productive relationships and solicit funds. Employees have regular contact with other university departments, alumni, and volunteers to coordinate a fund-raising event, implement a fund-raising project, and answer questions.
Employees in this class receive general supervision from an administrative superior who assigns projects to be developed. Work is reviewed for conformance to policy and procedure through informal observation and occasional staff meetings to discuss specific projects and activities. Employees in this class use tax laws relating to charitable contributions as guidelines to conduct fund-raising activities.
Positions are located in development departments which direct the fund-raising activities on college and university campuses throughout the State of Oregon. They require the willingness to travel throughout the state and occasionally out-of-state, including overnight stays. They require the willingness to work extended hours, including weekends, during critical fund-raising drives.
Four years of experience in Public Relations or related work. One year of this experience must have included fund-raising program promotion.