Working Title: Director of Stewardship Role/Level/Range: ATP/04/PF Employee group: Full Time Schedule: Monday-Friday 8:30am-5:00pm Exempt Status: Exempt Location: 01-MD:Homewood Campus Department name: 10001630-VP Development and Alumni Relations Personnel area: University Administration
The Director of Stewardship will be responsible for various strategic and tactical activities related to our institution’s largest donor, referred to as the Foundation. The Director will partner with the Vice President and the Chief of Staff’s Office in developing and furthering programs supported by the Foundation in collaboration with both the Foundation’s staff and Johns Hopkins leadership.
The Director reports to the Chief of Staff to the Vice President for Development and Alumni Relations with direct communication to the Vice President.
Primary Duties and Responsibilities
Outline high level strategy/vision/overarching goals and organizational structure/framework of the programs supported by the Foundation
Establish marketing/communications/stewardship functions including development of branding effort, establishment of websites and social media presence, creation of collateral of various types for various audiences, development of PR/media and external outreach plan, coordination of efforts with JHU communications offices; assistance with remarks/briefings on activities related to the Foundation
Development of strategies to showcase the Foundation’s impact at JHU and provide the Foundation with updates, reports and high-level stewardship pieces highlighting the impact
Development and execution of ideas/activities/speakers calendar/events related the Foundation’s support of JHU including both on and off campus programming
In conjunction with the Vice President, manage the relationship with the Foundation’s grant’s team to develop, execute, and oversee both new and already existing grant agreements. This will require coordinated efforts between the Foundation’s grant’s team and leadership across JHU
Coordination on development and cultivation of prospect list for additional programmatic funding efforts related to the areas the Foundation supports
Relationship building with Institutional Leadership, Faculty/Project Leads and Staff across all areas and programs supported by the Foundation
Facilitation of other relationships across Hopkins as it relates to programs supported by the Foundation
Create and establish best practices for effective relationship management with the Foundation
Manage the Development and Alumni Relations stewardship team for the Foundation
In conjunction with the Vice President and existing stewardship team, respond to urgent requests for information/assistance from the Foundation’s leadership
Maintain the highest levels of confidentiality and professionalism
Monthly travel to foster relationships with the Foundation
Bachelor’s degree and seven years of related experience required.
Expertise in the following is required:
Fostering collaboration and building partnerships across divisions and with university leadership and administration
Comfortable working in a complex, de-centralized, multi-divisional, results-oriented environment
Collaborating and working with the institution’s highest level of donor leadership – communications, presentations, strategy, etc.
Ability to function effectively in a large, de-centralized environment, and as part of a team across functional areas
Excellent presentation skills and superior written and verbal communication skills required
Ability to work independently to drive organizational objectives while maintaining the highest level of support to the Foundation
The successful candidate(s) for this position will be subject to a pre-employment background check.
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