Arts Development

Director of Development for the Arts

The Director of Development (DoD) for Arts will report to the Executive Director of Development for DASA and a secondary reporting line to the Executive Director for the Arts. The DoD will provide strategy and leadership in raising private support for NC State University’s six visual and performing arts programs— Crafts Center, Dance Program, Gregg Museum of Art & Design, Music Department, NC State LIVE, and University Theatre.

While focused on a strong campaign completion, the DoD will articulate a long-term vision for the Arts Development, increasing the pipeline of $50,000+ prospects and collaborating with the central major gifts team to maximize Arts giving. The position works in close collaboration with the DASA Development team, the Executive Director of the Arts, the Arts Directors, faculty and volunteers providing strategic thought leadership. The DoD will manage the complete range of development activities in support of the Arts. This will include annual and major giving, development communications and stewardship, administration oversight, and staff development.

Primary duties and responsibilities include, but are not limited to the following:

  • Developing strategic relationships among academic leaders, alumni, friends and campus colleagues that result in effective partnerships, alignment of donors’ philanthropic interests and increased philanthropic funding.
  • Identification, qualification, cultivation and solicitation of prospects to create and grow a pipeline of major gift ($50,000 and above) donors.
  • Conducting at least 100 meetings with prospects and donors annually and participating in 18+ solicitations annually.
  • Coordination of stewardship efforts as needed with appropriate University Advancement and other campus colleagues.
  • Supporting the Friends of the Arts NC State Board of Advisors.
  • Providing administrative oversight of Arts Development, including managing its staff consisting of two FTE, budget management, programs assessment, endowment oversight.
  • Participating in Arts Directors’ meetings and contribute to Arts marketing and communications efforts.
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College Of Veterinary Medicine

Assistant Director of Leadership Annual Giving

Assistant Director of Leadership Annual Giving is responsible for the identification, qualification, cultivation, solicitation and stewardship of donors with the capacity and inclination to make $1,000 plus level gifts and move already established leadership annual giving donors to higher giving levels, with the goal of fueling the pipeline for major and planned gifts. S/he will be a highly motivated professional who will be deeply involved in the fundraising efforts in support of current operations and endowment from individual donors with an emphasis on new donor acquisition, upgrades, and developing a pipeline for major gifts. Solicitations will be multi-channel including, but not limited to phone calls, mail, emails and personal meetings in areas of high alumni concentration. Reporting to the Executive Director of Development, this position will serve as a part of the CVM’s Development team and will work to support all areas of the College in conjunction with the Think & Do the Extraordinary Campaign. The Assistant Director is expected to develop and cultivate relationships with a portfolio of approximately 200-250 leadership annual giving prospects.

Duties and Responsibilities include :

  • Lead the development of an integrated strategy for leadership annual giving across the CVM, collaborating with advancement and major gift staff to increase giving to the CVM. Explore and share educational opportunities on best practices for leadership annual giving.
  • Partner with the Major Gifts team to identify prospective donors and strategically assess their philanthropic capacity and inclination. Sets regular benchmarks for monitoring progress and develops strategies to meet challenges and maximize opportunities. Collaboration with colleagues to help align donor’s philanthropic interests with various priorities across the CVM campus.
  • Plan, design, implement, and evaluate strategies to obtain outright annual gifts and pledges.
  • Establish systems for tracking and evaluating success of program
  • Identification, qualification, cultivation and solicitation of leadership annual giving prospects to create and grow a pipeline of donors with the capacity and inclination to make $1,000 plus level gifts.
  • Conduct at least 200-250 personal contacts with prospects and donors annually and participate in 15-20 solicitations per month.
  • Utilize the office of Advancement Research and work with the CVM data support person to identify prospective donors and strategically assess their philanthropic capacity and inclination.
  • Be an active and collaborative team member with the CVM Advancement team as well as NCSU University Advancement teams.
  • Provide timely post-visit follow-up including tracking moves and solicitations, and sending personalized follow up to individual prospects.
  • Collaboration with colleagues to help align donors’ philanthropic interests with various priorities across campus.
  • Coordination of Day of Giving, Chancellor’s Circle events, and stewardship efforts as needed with appropriate University Advancement and other campus colleagues.
  • Attend CVM events and University Advancement related meetings.
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University Communications

Marketing Coordinator

The Marketing Coordinator is a professional level position that fills the gap between university goals and their achievement by providing strategic marketing planning, as well as the execution and evaluation of innovative and effective marketing and communications tactics and initiatives.

Working with high-level administration clients from across campus, the Marketing Coordinator will provide marketing services for a variety of digital, print, video and social platforms, with primary project manager responsibilities including client and vendor relations, scheduling, cost tracking, and billing.

Primary responsibilities of the Marketing Coordinator include, but are not limited to the following:

  • Developing and implementing marketing and communications strategies that enhance the NC State brand and supports the university strategic plan
  • Creating marketing plans for campus clients and ensure those plans integrate with the university’s overall strategic marketing plans
  • Creating and presenting scope of work proposals to execute everything from very broad, highly complex integrated marketing plans down to specific print, video or video projects.
  • Overseeing a diverse range of communications projects with project management responsibility from conception to completion or delivery including but not limited to planning, developing creative briefs, scheduling, overseeing creative, progress tracking, cost tracking, working with vendors; updating the client and evaluating results
  • Serving as client rep, acting as primary contact between clients and University Communications to ensure outcomes meet requirements of university brand and expectations/needs of clients
  • Acting as liaison between NC State and various vendors to assist in the completion of a broad array of marketing and communications projects
  • Working closely with the UCOMM Business office to ensure financial policies are followed.
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University Communications

Marketing Coordinator

The Marketing Coordinator is a professional-level position that fills the gap between university goals and their achievement by providing strategic marketing planning as well as the execution and evaluation of innovative and effective marketing and communications tactics and initiatives.

Working with high-level administration clients from across campus, the position will provide marketing services for a variety of digital, print, video and social platforms, with primary project manager responsibilities including client and vendor relations, scheduling, cost tracking, and billing.

Primary job responsibilities for the Marketing Coordinator position include, but are not limited to:

  • Developing and implementing marketing and communications strategies that enhance the NC State brand and supports the university strategic plan;
  • Creating marketing plans for campus clients and ensuring those plans integrate with the university’s overall strategic marketing plans.
  • Creating and present scope of work proposals to execute everything from very broad, highly complex integrated marketing plans down to specific print, video or video projects.
  • Overseeing a diverse range of communications projects with project management responsibility from conception to completion or delivery including but not limited to planning, developing creative briefs, scheduling, overseeing creative, progress tracking, cost tracking, working with vendors; updating the client and evaluating results;
  • Ability to prioritize and manage multiple high-level projects with complex processes and timelines;
  • Act as client rep, acting as primary contact between clients and University Communications to ensure that outcomes meet requirements of university brand and expectations/needs of clients;
  • Act as liaison between NC State and various vendors to assist in the completion of a broad array of marketing and communications projects.
  • Working closely with the UCOMM Business office to ensure financial policies are followed.
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