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Position: Major Gifts Director
Employer: Habitat for Humanity
Location:  Atlanta 
Posting Date:  9/17/18

Summary: The Major Gifts Director (MGD) reports to the Chief Development Officer (CDO). The MGD is
responsible for the creation and management of a portfolio of individual major gift donors ($5,000 and
above) within the Atlanta, Georgia and South Fulton County, Georgia markets. The MGD’s portfolio will
consist of some existing major gift donors; yet the MGD’s primary focus will be on creating new major
gift donor relationships. The MGD’s portfolio will be developed through work with current, existing
individual donors, volunteers, board members, corporate leaders, and occasionally, private foundation
leaders. Through effective portfolio management, the MGD identifies, qualifies, cultivates, solicits, and
stewards donors making $5,000 or larger gifts. 

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Position: Assistant VP of Campaign and Strategic Planning
Employer: Georgia State University Division of Development and Alumni Affairs 
Location:  Atlanta 
Posting Date:  8/22/18

Summary: The Assistant VP of Campaign and Strategic Planning manages all aspects of GSU’s fundraising campaigns, develops strategies for cultivating and closing gifts, and ensures there is a pipeline of prospective donors moving from annual prospects to leadership gifts. 

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Position: Director - Gift Planning
Employer: Georgia Institute of Technology, Office of Development 
Location:  Atlanta 
Posting Date:  5/2/18

Summary: To secure the philanthropic support of individuals and organizations for the benefit of the Institute through the identification, cultivation, solicitation and stewardship of planned gifts. Gift plans may combine different methods/techniques of giving, and require knowledge of a variety of funding assets including cash, publicly traded stock, municipal bonds, real estate, privately held stock, personal property (such as art), or life insurance. 

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Position: Development Officer, Planned Giving
Employer: Habitat for Humanity International
Location:  Atlanta 
Posting Date:  4/30/18

Summary: The best candidate for this position on our team will have 3+ years hands-on experience in cultivating donor-centric relationships which have resulted in major and planned gift donations. They will seek out and thrive in work environments that prize collaboration. They will have the ability to share Habitat’s story and mission in a personal way. This development officer will be responsible for building a strategy to manage their portfolio to identify, close and retain relationships with individuals which result in planned giving commitments to the ministry and current revenue in support of our work. 

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Position: Assistant Vice President of Development
Employer: Georgia State University J. Mack Robinson College of Business
Location:  Atlanta 
Posting Date:  4/9/18

Summary: Directs the development efforts for the J. Mack Robinson College of Business, Georgia State University in conjunction with the Central University Development and Alumni Office. The assistant vice president of development has primary responsibility for planning and implementing a fundraising program in order to maximize the college’s fundraising potential. This passionate, innovative and seasoned fundraiser will be a goal-oriented and confident professional with a proven track record of success in higher education fundraising and leading a team of fundraisers, especially in large, complex environments.

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Position: Senior Director of Gift & Estate Planning
Employer: University of Georgia
Location:  Athens
Posting Date:  1/8/18

Summary: This position reports directly to the Executive Director of Development. This position is expected to advance the mission of the University, the Development and Alumni Relations Division, and the Office of Development. It is charged with securing strong and stable relationships with internal and external constituencies and must operate through effective communication, strategy development, coordination and management of the planned giving program, and the successful leadership of staff.

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