The Princeton University Office of Advancement secures philanthropic support for the University’s highest priorities by engaging and stewarding Princeton’s alumni, parents, and friends. We rely on strong partnerships with our volunteers and campus partners. Our strategy emphasizes the long view, honoring the relationships nurtured by those who came before us and empowering those who come after us to successfully build on our efforts.
*Multiple positions available*
As a member of the Capital Giving staff, the Assistant Director, Leadership Gifts (Assistant Director) is a frontline major gift officer responsible for successfully managing a portfolio of qualified potential donors within an assigned region who are capable of making gifts to Princeton of at least $100,000 or more.
The Assistant Director will manage a portfolio of between 125-150 qualified potential donors, develop long-term fundraising strategies for each assigned donor or those identified in the course of their work and in accordance with University fundraising priorities. The Assistant Director will effectively represent Princeton’s mission and fundraising priorities to a variety of constituencies and stakeholders and as appropriate, engage senior administrators, faculty, trustees, and volunteers in the process of cultivating and soliciting potential donors to Princeton.
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