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Position: Assistant Vice President of Development
Employer: Robinson College of Business, Georgia State University
LocationAtlanta, GA
Posting Date:  9/4/19

Summary: The Assistant Vice President for Development will serve as the chief fundraising officer for the college and, working with the Senior AVP for Constituent Programs and the Dean of the Robinson College of Business, will be responsible for developing and assessing strategies and goals for the College. This position will work closely with the College Advisory Board and will assist with the development of a comprehensive advancement relations plan.

 

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Position: Chief Development Officer
Employer: Action Ministries
LocationAtlanta, GA
Posting Date:  9/4/19

Summary:  The Director of Development is a key member of the organization’s senior leadership team and will play the lead role (with support from an already donor-engaged senior leadership team) in identifying, qualifying, cultivating, soliciting, and stewarding individuals and couples who will be new major gift and planned giving donors.  This is largely an out-of-the-office job making personal contacts in donors’ homes and offices about three days a week. 

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Position: Regional Planned Giving Director
Employer: Salvation Army
LocationNorcross, GA
Posting Date:  9/2/19

Summary:  The Salvation Army has an outstanding opportunity for a Regional Planned Giving Director in the Central and Northeast Georgia area to expand their skills and grow with one of the oldest and most successful development programs in the United States.

 

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Position: Director of Development, Byrdine F. Lewis College of Nursing and Health Professions
Employer: Georgia State University
LocationAtlanta, GA
Posting Date:  8/26/19

Summary:  The Lewis College is preparing the next generation of clinicians and scholars to enhance individual and community health in a culturally diverse society. Recent milestones include a new interdisciplinary baccalaureate degree in health informatics, an RN to BS online degree program, the Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) degree, a PhD in Chemistry with concentration in Nutritional Sciences, and a PhD in Kinesiology and Health with concentration in Rehabilitation Science. The new BSN to PhD track identifies and encourages young nurses to pursue research-track nursing research careers.

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Position: Assistant Director of Development, Leadership Annual Giving Officer, Central Programs
Employer: Georgia State University
LocationAtlanta, GA
Posting Date:  8/26/19

Summary:  Reporting to the Director of Annual Programs, the Leadership Annual Giving Officer (LAGO) focuses on qualifying and soliciting leadership annual giving prospects ($1,000-$10,000) for all colleges and units at Georgia State University. The LAGO identifies, cultivates, solicits and stewards donors by engaging prospects through a variety of mediums, including but not limited to face-to-face meetings, phone calls, mailings and emails. The two primary goals of this position are to assist with donor pipeline development and identify major gift leads for development officers.

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Position: Director of Development, School of Public Health
Employer: Georgia State University
LocationAtlanta, GA
Posting Date:  4/19/19

Summary:  The Director of Development for the School of Public Health will be responsible for major gift fundraising including identification, cultivation, solicitation, stewarding of major gift prospects, and working with the School’s advisory and alumni boards. They will also serve as a member of Georgia State University's Development and Alumni Affairs staff and play a vital role in advancing the School’s strategic fundraising priorities. The ideal candidate will possess a record of accomplishment in major gift fundraising, be a strong, collaborative leader with the ability to convincingly articulate the vision and priorities of the School of Public Health and match them to the interest of prospective donors.

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Position: Senior Director of Development, GSU Perimeter College, Decatur Campus
Employer: Georgia State University
LocationDecatur, GA
Posting Date:  4/15/19

Summary:  This position will work collaboratively with the Assistant Vice President for Development to implement and manage a fundraising and donor relations program for the Georgia Perimeter College.  The Sr. Director has primary responsibility for identification, qualification, cultivation, solicitation and stewardship of donor prospects of $50,000 and above.

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