Term: 1 Year
Accountable to the Associate Director, Development and working in cooperation with the development and advancement team, the Senior Development Officer will be responsible for the corporate and individual fundraising of gifts within the Faculty of Mathematics. Primary responsibilities carried out as a member of the development team and as a member of the Faculty of Mathematics, will include: identification, evaluation, cultivation, solicitation and stewardship of corporate, foundation and individual donors for the University of Waterloo’s Faculty of Mathematics, and interdisciplinary priority projects.
Portfolio & Prospect Management
Communications & Coordination
Establishes and maintains relationships with the corporate sector (donations officer, senior officers, etc.), including calls to companies, arranging site visits to campus, special events, announcements, information exchanges
Recruits, trains and manages volunteer teams as assigned
Supports the work of the Senior Advancement Officer in coordinating communications and building relationships with students, young alumni, and graduates
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