Development Officer, Leadership Giving – QUEEN’S UNIVERSITY

Reporting to the Associate Director, Development, in the Faculty of Arts and Science, the Development Officer, Leadership Giving maintains an active portfolio of prospective donors that results in leadership giving up to $50,000. The incumbent develops and implements goals and strategies that increase philanthropic support from a variety of audiences, and enhances pipeline development within Faculty of Arts and Science (FAS) Advancement. Coordinating and collaborating with a variety of teams, the incumbent will split their time working directly with donors, developing strategies and implementing new initiatives to grow the Faculty of Arts and Science’s Leadership Giving program.

This position recommends, creates, and implements key aspects of development programs, including developing and implementing goals and strategies to maximize funding for priorities. This position identifies, evaluates, and recommend approaches to gaining or deepening relationships with current and prospective donors. The schedule for this position requires the incumbent to work variable hours on a regular basis, including evenings and weekends. In addition, travel is an inherent part of the position. This position is subject to the Averaging and Travel Time Credit provisions of the USW Local 2010 Collective Agreement.

This position is fully remote within Ontario.  Salary Range:  $64,400 – $78,528

Posted On:  February 29, 2024

Closing On:  March 10, 2024

Location:  Remote within Ontario

Employment Type:  Temporary – 3 Years

Level:  Intermediate

Salary Range:  $64,400 –  $78,528


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