1. Leads the identification, research, cultivation, solicitation and stewardship of organizational donors; manages donor portfolio. Evaluates organizational funding sources on behalf of the College and the HACC Foundation to identify public and private sector opportunities and evaluate their potential value, contribution to and alignment with strategic goals and objectives; maintains knowledge about organizational funding trends. (20 percent)
2. Develops, coordinates, implements and oversees comprehensive fundraising, sponsorship and stewardship plans for organizations in collaboration with the Office of College Advancement’s director of development and alumni relations and vice president of college advancement and executive director, HACC Foundation (15 percent).
3. Provides leadership and coordination in the development of proposals, sponsorship requests and/or event plans to secure organizational funding by working with appropriate administrators and staff; identify short- and long-term outcomes for specific projects funded by organizational donors; manage the proposal development and submission process by identifying the program components and activities that will achieve the intended outcomes and by providing assistance with writing and editing the proposal, developing the budget and identifying assessment strategies; collect economic, demographic and other background information required by potential funders; and submit proposals to local, state, federal, corporate, foundation and other entities. (30 percent)
4. Researches and evaluates organizational funding sources on behalf of the College and the HACC Foundation to identify public and private sector opportunities and evaluate their potential value, contribution to and alignment with strategic goals and objectives; maintains knowledge about organizational funding trends. (10 percent)
5. Plans, designs, develops and implements processes, policies and procedures to ensure that the College complies with the requirements of federal, state, local and other external funding organizations and ensures that all funding proposals are consistent with funding organization requirements and College policies and procedures; interprets funding organization and College requirements, policies and procedures related to funding proposal submission, management and compliance; and reviews the internal and external requirements for administering externally funded projects with project directors when organizational funding is received and accepted. (10 percent)
6. Reviews reports written by project directors before they are submitted to funding organizations and collaborates with the Office of Finance to monitor and manage internal and external program compliance and audits of externally funded activities. (10 percent)
7. Maintains confidential files and paperwork related to donors and funders and maintains a tracking system for proposal development and implementation. (5 percent)
8. Serves as liaison and institutional contact between College employees and funding organizations; develops and maintains strategies for disseminating information about potential organizational funding opportunities to College staff; and establishes and maintains collaborative relationships with external organizational funders; and represents the College in a positive manner. (5 percent)
9. Attends HACC Foundation Board of Directors meetings and provides written and oral reports as requested; serves on College committees as requested. (5 percent)
Internal Number: S182949
About HACC, Central Pennsylvania's Community College
On Feb. 14, 1964, HACC, Central Pennsylvania’s Community College, became the first community college in Pennsylvania.
Proudly YOURS, we are the largest and oldest community college in Pennsylvania. We offer more than 120 programs across our five campuses and online. We encourage you to learn more about us, starting with our mission and strategic plan.
A diverse team of professionals leads the College, including HACC President John J. "Ski" Sygielski, Ed.D., HACC’s Board of Trustees and the President’s Cabinet.
Our history shows how much the College has grown in serving its students and the needs of the community. Since the first Commencement ceremony in 1964, the College has graduated more than 48,170 students – this is only one of many facts about HACC.