University of Pennsylvania

Fundraising

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029
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The Director of Regional Development leads the East Coast regional team in their fundraising and engagement strategies and manages the identification, cultivation, solicitation and stewardship for assigned prospects with the giving ability of $250,000 and above in New York metro region. The Director of Regional Development reports to the Senior Director of Major and Planned Gifts. The Director of Regional Development is responsible for a wide range of fundraising and management activities, including but not limited to, the following:
Posted Job/Salary Grade: 
027/028
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The mission of the Major Gifts program is to raise major gifts ($250K- $5 million) for University and campaign priorities, with a focus on alumni from Penn’s four undergraduate schools: Wharton, Arts and Sciences, Engineering, and Nursing. In addition, the program is charged with identifying and developing new major gift prospects and volunteer leadership for the Schools, Centers and University. Prospects assigned to the Major Gift program are largely comprised of undergraduate alumni, but also includes parents of current undergraduate students.
Posted Job/Salary Grade: 
028
Job type: 
The mission of the Major Gifts program is to raise major gifts ($250K- $5 million) for University and campaign priorities, with a focus on alumni from Penn’s four undergraduate schools: Wharton, Arts and Sciences, Engineering, and Nursing. In addition, the program is charged with identifying and developing new major gift prospects and volunteer leadership for the Schools, Centers and University. Prospects assigned to the Major Gift program are largely comprised of undergraduate alumni, but also includes parents of current undergraduate students.
Posted Job/Salary Grade: 
27
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Based in New York City and reporting to the Senior Director of Major Gifts, New York Regional Office, the Associate Director will manage his/her own portfolio of major gift prospects and donors in the New York region. Specific Responsibilities: Cultivate and solicit alumni prospects in the New York region, with emphasis on securing commitments of $100,000 or more to the University’s top priorities. Responsibilities include: * Manage a prospect pool of 200 names. * Identify and rate new prospects capable of making gifts of $100,000 or more.
Posted Job/Salary Grade: 
028
Job type: 
As part of a team of experienced fundraisers, the Senior Major Gifts Officer (working title: Regional Director) reports to the Director of Regional Development, and manages the identification, cultivation, solicitation and stewardship for assigned prospects with the giving ability of $250,000 and above in a given geographical region. Incumbent is responsible for designing, planning and implementing a major gifts plan that strengthens Wharton’s donor base in the region and proactively builds the donor pipeline.
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027/028
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UNG
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Reporting to the Vice President for Development and Alumni Relations, the Associate Vice President for Development for Undergraduate Programs will focus on the integration of the undergraduate and individual gift fundraising programs with the four Undergraduate Schools (Arts and Sciences, Engineering and Applied Science, Nursing, and Wharton) in order to systematically solicit and engage the interest of a larger group of individual donors having potential to contribute significant levels of gift support to the University.