The Research Analyst is a member of the Office of Development within the Division of University Advancement, reporting directly to the Director of Prospect Development. The Prospect Development unit assists Miami University’s fundraising efforts by leading prospect research efforts, establishing and enforcing prospect management practices, overseeing performance management, and using analytics to help the University achieve its top priorities. The scope of prospect development tasks and duties is determined by the Assistant Vice President, Campaign Services, and the Senior Associate Vice President of University Advancement.
Provides prospect development support to the Division and specific college and units in an appropriate and timely fashion.
Researches and analyzes Miami’s constituency (individuals and organizations) to determine gift potential and volunteer interests.
Holds regular meetings with assigned Development staff to discuss prospect development needs and review portfolios and pipelines.
Keeps abreast of prospect development methods and resources. Attends training sessions and networks with other prospect development professionals via organizational memberships, conferences, and electronic mailing lists focusing on prospect development and fundraising issues.
Provides training on prospect development-related topics to Development staff and University Advancement personnel.
Strategizes and implements means of maintaining and promoting the utmost in data integrity.
Reviews push technology and print publications to make appropriate database updates regarding Miami’s constituency in accordance to industry best practices.
Analyses, summarizes, and compiles news article for daily internal communication.
Assists with divisional projects, serves on related committees, and performs other duties as assigned.
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Bachelor's degree. Excellent problem identification and solving, ability to balance multiple priorities simultaneously, team-player with focus on building strong relationships and delivering information in a clear and timely manner.
Internal Number: 496290
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