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Trinity School for Ministry (TSM) is an evangelical seminary in the Anglican tradition that forms Christian leaders for mission. Since its founding in 1976, TSM has sought faculty and staff who were both deeply committed Christians and professionally gifted. All TSM staff members are expected to be committed to Jesus Christ, to TSM’s vision, purpose, and values and to affirm the TSM Statement of Faith.
The Senior Director is to lead the advancement efforts of the school and to work closely and collaboratively with the Dean President in communicating the seminary’s vision and implementation of TSM’s strategic plan. The Senior Director serves as the chief fundraising officer with responsibility to collaboratively set and achieve specific fundraising goals to support the operational and project gift income needs, including donor development. This position oversees and manages a team of employees working in the areas of development, communications, and public relations.
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The Chief External Relations Officer will develop, coordinate, and lead The Children's Institute's Institutional Advancement team in creating and executing a comprehensive fundraising and marketing strategy that enables the organization to be nimble in an ever-changing marketplace and reflects the institution's history and traditions while inspiring and engaging our constituencies. Reporting to the CEO and directly managing three directors on the Institutional Advancement team, the CERO is a collaborative member of the senior leadership and executive leadership teams.
PAE-Office of the Vice Chancellor - Pennsylvania-Pittsburgh - (22004444)
The University of Pittsburgh's Division of Philanthropic & Alumni Engagement (PAE) is seeking an Associate Director to join a progressive team within the Office of Planned Giving, Schools and Centers. Flexible hybrid and/or remote work opportunities may be available for this position.
The Associate Director, Planned Giving will be expected to fundraise from current and prospective donors evaluated with the capacity to donate $100,000 or more in outright and/or planned gifts as well as build a diverse and sustainable portfolio.
The Associate Director, Planned Giving is responsible for the planning and implementation of a wide range of major and planned gift fundraising activities in their assigned region(s) to generate support from donors through cash gifts, testamentary bequests, charitable trusts, life-income and other gifts of a complex nature such as gifts of real estate or closely-held securities.
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Pittsburgh Planned Giving CouncilPO Box 14852Pittsburgh, PA 15234
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