PURPOSE OF JOB
- Collaborate with the Executive Director, Advancement, and volunteers to identify, research, and track event sponsorships and in-kind contributions for all PTC events verse and grow business programs for AS and BS students to obtain employment in local and national organizations
The Advancement Coordinator is responsible for generating financial and in-kind support for PTC by assisting with the implementation and outcomes associated with the annual campaign, fundraising events, donor cultivation and stewardship, and grant stewardship.
- The position will report to the Executive Director of Institutional Advancement and work closely with all advancement team members, foundation board volunteers and the President’s office.
- Coordinate assigned event logistics for development events, including, but not limited to the PTC Golf Outing, and annual foundation related events.
- Work with Grants Manager as needed: Maintain data in grant monitoring system (Instrumental) to ensure that submission and reporting deadlines are accurate and current
- Assist with grant research
- Serve as agency liaison and coordinate community-based fundraising events as needed
- Manage the charitable gift process, including gift processing, data entry, and gift acknowledgement to ensure that gifts are tracked accurately and acknowledged in a timely manner
- Ensure that the donor database is accurate and up to date by entering information regularly and making corrections as needed
- Perform administrative duties as needed including filing, copying, sorting, mailing, etc
- Improve job knowledge by remaining aware of new regulations and best practices; participating in educational opportunities; reading professional publications; maintaining personal networks; participating in professional organizations
- Embrace and exemplify organizational standards and guiding principles for processes, protocols, and utilization
- Commit to PTC's promise to sustain and extend diversity, equity, and inclusion
- Contribute to PTC’s overall success by performing additional duties as assigned
- A Bachelor’s degree and two years of development experience with a fund development emphasis, or an equivalent combination of education and experience, is required
- Strong interpersonal communication skills with the ability to establish and maintain relationships with a broad range of internal and external individuals/businesses
- Knowledge of fundraising development practices and methods, including identifying and researching corporations, foundations, and individual prospects, relationship cultivation, and stewardship
- Ability to organize and prioritize work and to maintain confidentiality of sensitive information
- Strong computer skills, including familiarity with development software (Raisers Edge) and Microsoft Office Suite
- Excellent written and verbal skills
- Self-directed, flexible with strong problem-solving abilities
- The Development Coordinator may be called upon to engage in physical activity related to general office work including the capacity to lift 35 lbs.
- Full time; 40+ hours per week. May require additional work hours, including participation in important College events.
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