Paul D. Camp Community College is currently recruiting for a Director of Institutional Advancement. The Office of Institutional Advancement at Paul D. Camp is responsible for promoting the college and raising funds in support of the college. The Director of Institutional Advancement will support the mission of the college, the PDCCC Foundation and the President. The officeâs functions include: public relations, marketing and publications, communications, alumni affairs, community and media relations, grants, and fundraising. The Paul D. Camp Community College Foundation, a not-for-profit organization made up of community leaders, also falls under the Office of Institutional Advancement. The Director of Institutional Advancement is responsible for the following: Serves as a member of the Presidentâs Staff to provide leadership in the area of Institutional Advancement. Specific responsibilities include: develop and implementation of institutional advancement policies and procedures; develop a departmental strategic plan that addresses the resource needs for the institution; establishing and implementing plans to generate funds to meet resource needs not satisfied by the State including donations and grants; developing strategies to market the institution; serve as the liaison for the Paul D. Camp Community College Foundation. This position also will show strong computer and Internet research skills, flexibility, excellent interpersonal skills, project coordination experience, and the ability to work well with all levels of internal management and staff, as well as outside clients and vendors. This role is also responsible for having sensitivity to confidential matters.
Internal Number: 184365
About Paul D. Camp Community College
Paul D. Camp Community College is a small 2-year college in Southeast Virginia. Campuses are located in Franklin and Suffolk. There also is a center in Smithfield. The college offers associate degrees, certificates, and career studies certificates In transfer and career/technical programs; credit and non-credit workforce services and training for businesses and industries; special interest classes for the community; and summer classes for youth through the Regional Workforce Development Center. A dual enrollment program for high school students, online courses, and developmental studies classes are available at the college as well.