The Manager, under direction of the Vice President of Institutional Advancement, plans, organizes and manages day-to-day activities of the Division of Institutional Advancement, developing and implementing procedures for the administration of the program and overseeing project and logistical management of the Division's deliverables. The Manager will manage the Division's activities and is responsible for implementing tactical next steps to ensure goals and objectives are met. As such, this position closely monitors team activity and anticipates and tracks deliverables, including letters, briefings, reports, presentations and proposals. The position also facilitates internal meetings and adds agenda items that advance strategy and ensure outcomes.
Plans, organizes, and manages day-to-day activities, developing and implementing procedures for the administration of the program.
Oversees project and logistical management of the Division's deliverables.
Assists in developing strategic plans and goals to support the Division.
Assists with the development and production of materials designed for the Division.
Assists with yearly budgetary and contract processes.
Researches, develops and writes donor proposals and prepares presentations.
Writes comprehensive briefings for meetings with donors and prospective donors.
Coordinate logistics for donor visits, cultivation visits, telephone calls and solicitations with prospective donors and external guests.
Complete and/or monitor completion of all post visit-activity, including but not limited to, thank you letters, call reports and action items for follow-up.
Maintains and develops communications between team members by attending meetings and conference calls.
Support capital campaign planning and logistics as needed.
Other duties as assigned by the Vice President of Institutional Advancement.
Bachelor's degree in applicable field.
Five (5) years related experience in program management or similar.
Intermediate skills in Microsoft Office Suite.
Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
Strong interpersonal, leadership, problem solving, and organizational skills.
Maintains attention to detail and utilizes sound judgment.
Ability to multitask and work cooperatively with others.
Experience working in advancement or development in higher education.
All positions are security-sensitive. Applicants are subject to a criminal history investigation, and employment is contingent upon the institution's verification of credentials and/or other information required by the institution's procedures, including the completion of the criminal history check.
Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action/Veterans/Disability Employer committed to diversity.
Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi is a vibrant, Hispanic Serving Doctoral Research Institution that proudly provides a solid academic reputation, renowned faculty and highly-rated degree programs since 1947. The University has a heritage of teaching excellence with innovation in research and community engagement as part of the distinguished Texas A&M System. With palm tree-lined pathways throughout the campus, nearby natural wetlands, a scenic hike-and-bike trail and a university beach, Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi is the only university in the nation located on its own island, at the heart of the Texas Gulf Coast.