Donor Relations and Stewardship Coordinator University of South Carolina Upstate STA00025PO19
The Donor Relations and Stewardship Coordinator is a vital player in University Advancement who will subscribe to a donor-centric philosophy and help meet and exceed donor gift intentions and expectations to strengthen and build long-term, mutually-beneficial relationships.
- Craft a communication strategy, from acknowledgement letters to impact reports, as well as direct donor segmentation with each donor receiving personal and meaningful communication.
- Identify opportunities for donor engagement and craft tailored experiences and/or incorporate special perks into general events, including extending personal invitations, sending articles of interest, etc.
- Create and manage a system of recognition with protocols, celebrating donors at various levels of giving.
- Collaborate with development staff and key university leaders, as leveraging the Foundation Board of Directors to show appreciation as a highly effective means of cultivation long-term donors.
- Develop a coordinated stewardship schedule outlining outreach, events, recognition, and goals, laying the groundwork for thanking and acknowledging donors in a large-scale, process-oriented way that aligns with and contributes to the divisional scorecard.
- Other duties as assigned.
The University of South Carolina does not discriminate in educational or employment opportunities on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender, age, disability, protected veteran status or genetics.
Minimum Qualifications Master’s degree and 1 year related program experience or bachelor’s degree and 3 years related program experience. Successful background check is required.
Preferred QualificationsKnowledge of Raiser’s Edge, Financial Edge, and AcademicWorks programs preferred.
Additional Salary Information: Salary commensurate with education and experience.
Internal Number: STA00025PO19
About University of South Carolina Upstate
The history of the University of South Carolina Upstate is a chronicle of remarkable development. When Spartanburg General Hospital announced it was phasing out its diploma program for registered nurses in 1967, a citizens' committee requested that Spartanburg be included in the University of South Carolina system to avert a serious healthcare problem.The Spartanburg Regional Campus, as it was first known, opened its doors in the fall of 1967 to 177 students on the first floor of the Spartanburg General Hospital nursing residence. Enrollment continued to increase, which resulted in the school becoming a four-year university in 1975. In 1994, the University began offering graduate degrees. Today's thriving campus boasts 328 acres and an enrollment of 4,600 students.