Reporting to the Vice President of College Advancement and working in partnership with the College President, College & Foundation Boards, Fundraising Campaign Committee, staff and other volunteers, this position is responsible for the following:
EXAMPLE OF DUTIES:
Implement and manage an $8 to $14 million-capital campaign that supports construction and endowment needs, taking the campaign from quiet phase to public launch through building reopening and campaign completion.
Work with volunteers and staff to identify, recruit, and train campaign volunteers. Serve as primary staff to the Campaign Steering Committee for all meetings, gift solicitations, events and other needs.
Manage a campaign major gifts portfolio of at least 100 prospects, shared with key volunteers and senior staff.
Execute weekly 1:1 contacts to cultivate, solicit and steward donors of $10k or more.
Work with Campaign Counsel to establish solicitation priorities, manage prospect lists and perform basic research, develop and execute targeted cultivation plans and solicitation strategies for a range of prospects; prepare and provide support to staff, board members and volunteers for solicitations.
Work with staff and third party vendors to manage the writing and development of capital campaign print and electronic collateral materials and coordinate their design and production.
Plan and execute regional educational/cultivation events, and manage volunteers for those events.
Oversee campaign communications, creating content for a campaign e-newsletter and talking points for the volunteers, staff and media; integrate campaign milestones into ongoing public relations outreach.
Plan and manage recognition events.
Manage the capital campaign fundraising budget in concert with the Vice President of College Advancement.
Ensure that data related to prospects and donors is recorded and tracked in electronic and hard copy files; manage campaign record keeping, evaluate progress towards goals, prepare periodic reports on fundraising and present to the College and Foundation Boards and senior staff; recommend revisions to the fundraising plan, as needed, to meet goals.
Ensure donor acknowledgement, stewardship and public recognition, as appropriate.
Plan and participate in frequent offsite travel during the week, including attending events some nights and weekends.
The salary range for this position is $63,000 - $80,000. Salary will be determined based upon the experience of the selected candidate.
Internal Number: 57975
About Jefferson Community and Technical College
Jefferson Community and Technical College, based in Louisville, Ky., is the largest of 16 colleges forming the Kentucky Community and Technical College System. It encompasses six campuses in four counties with over 12,000 students enrolled on campus and in on-line programs. It is a comprehensive, public postsecondary institution providing students access to a wide variety of programs of study including allied health, business, engineering technologies, general education transfer studies, information technologies, and trade and industry technologies. It awards associate degrees, diplomas and certificates. At Jefferson, we foster an active and inclusive learning environment and value working with students from diverse backgrounds. We have a strong commitment to community-building and inclusion.