||Advancement Research Officer
||Reporting to the Chief Advancement Officer the Advancement Research Officer will be responsible for researching, collecting and compiling background materials, research profiles, briefings and proposal materials to support advancement activities. The incumbent will be responsible for developing, implementing and managing a prospect tracking system as well as ensuring the accuracy of the information maintained within. The Advancement Research Officer is responsible for maintaining and tracking all biographic information on alumni, donors, potential supporters as well as actively supporting the identification of major gifts prospects. Along with briefing memos including strategies for cultivation, solicitation and stewardship, the Advancement Research Officer will provide administrative support to the Chief Advancement Officer and the major gifts team.
||The successful candidate will possess at minimum a 3 year diploma or degree in Library Science or related field as well as 3 years of work experience in a research capacity at a not-for-profit organization, preferably in a post-secondary setting. The candidate will be an analytical thinker with the ability to change strategy easily. The incumbent will possess proven communication and negotiation skills and the ability to accurately track and present findings. Preference will be given to those with a fund-raising background. Raisers Edge database experience will be considered an asset.
||Office of Advancement & Alumni Relations
||Chief Advancement Officer
||Humber North Campus
|Skill Testing Required
|Hourly Wage Rate
||Payband F, Start Rate: $25.92 Maximum Rate: $30.05
|Hours of Work
||35 Hours per week
||A detailed job descriptionfor this position is available online.
We thank all applicants for their interest in this position however only those selected for an interview will be contacted.
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