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Reporting to the Director for Constituency and Pipeline Development, this position will manage and expand a comprehensive and highly successful Reunion Giving Program; to maintain and encourage unrestricted annual gifts of all levels, major restricted gifts, multi-year pledges, Davison Club 10K scholarship gifts, and deferred gifts from reunion classes and to assist the Director of Davison Club and Special Gifts, the Director for Constituency and Pipeline Development, Planned Giving officers and major gift officers with developing and reaching annual gift and participation goals for alumni, and other key audiences. Develop and maintain productive relationships with constituents and related departments including DHDAA major gifts and leadership annual giving.
REQUISITION: 182194, JOB CODE: 1926, LEVEL12
The Assistant Director of Annual Giving will be responsible for the management, planning and implementation of annual giving programs for Duke Cancer Institute. The Assistant Director will design and manage an extensive integrated marketing program to increase financial support for the 13 annual giving funds and other research based initiatives. Reporting to the Director of Annual Giving-DCI focus, the Assistant Director is part of the DHDAA Engagement Team.
REQUISITION: 176507, JOB CODE: 1926, LEVEL12
Reports to the Senior Director for Constituency and Pipeline Development and leads the annual giving program for residency alumni, fellows, MD/PhD alumni and alumni for the Physician Assistant Program, Doctor of Physical Therapy and any other degree bearing programs. This position will develop and maintain productive relationships with faculty, program directors, communicators, and financial managers, enhance data integrity for these programs and develop processes for uploading information on alumni. Ensure that coding is done correctly so that appropriate outreach and benchmarking can be achieved for these special constituencies. This position will also be responsible for individual donor outreach related to solicitation, renewal, and stewardship.
REQUISITION: 173671, JOB CODE: 2080, LEVEL14
The Project Coordinator for Community Engagement will help manage the DCI’s benefit event fundraising program, the online giving/registration platform, the coordination of fundraising events, stewardship, build corporate and community relationships, and coordinate program communications; all of which are components of the overall community engagement strategy for Duke Cancer Institute (DCI). Reporting to the Director, Community Engagement, the Project Coordinator is part of the Duke Cancer Institute Development team which partners with various units and departments within Duke Cancer Institute and Duke Health Development and Alumni Affairs.
REQUISITION: 182293, JOB CODE: 2303, LEVEL11
Responsible for working collaboratively with development officers across Duke Health to identify, cultivate, solicit, and steward alumni and friends of the Schools of Medicine and Nursing, and grateful patients of Duke University Health System. The Associate Director of Gift Planning will report to the Senior Executive Director of Gift Planning.
REQUISITION: 168304, JOB CODE: 1662, LEVEL16
The Senior Director of Development reports to the Executive Director of Development, Duke Health and works closely with the chair and faculty of the Department of Ophthalmology/Duke Eye Center. The Senior Director of Development serves as a member of the Individual Giving grateful patient fundraising team and helps donors see the relationship between patient care and the underlying science, research, and educational needs within Duke Health. The position is responsible for the creation and implementation of fund raising plans and programming that serve Duke Eye Center and the Department of Ophthalmology. The position will have a focus on major, leadership and principal gifts, and will work collaboratively across DHDAA to manage additional development services needed to develop and support successful fund raising.
REQUISITION: 167979, JOB CODE: 1821, LEVEL16
The Stewardship Coordinator reports directly to the Associate Director of Stewardship and assists in the planning, development, coordination, and execution of stewardship activities for major, annual and planned giving donors of Duke Health, with a focus on donors to Duke Children’s and Duke Cancer Institute. This position primarily implements the dean and executive vice president acknowledgement letters, manages donor displays and other physical recognition for select Duke Health locations, and supports philanthropic impact through a variety of channels. The Stewardship Coordinator will manage data from Duke’s Development and Alumni Donor Database (DADD) ensuring that donor acknowledgments and stewardship initiatives are thanked in a way that fully demonstrates gratitude, communicates the impact of donors' investment, and recognizes the donor’s relationship with Duke.
REQUISITION: 182295, JOB CODE: 2303, LEVEL11
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DHDAA is an integral part of Duke Health--a world-class organization dedicated to excellence in research, patient care and education. DHDAA drives Duke Health's philanthropic efforts, from identifying opportunities for individuals to support a host of health areas to facilitating transformational gift opportunities for donors. Our organization encompasses a full slate of resources and services, designed to support the department's donor-centric fundraising and includes dedicated staff for research, communications, donor relations, and events.
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