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Join the Foundation Team

Published: April 02, 2013
The Phi Kappa Psi Foundation is currently seeking a talented, personable, self motivated, and detail oriented individual to fill an available staff position. This individual will add to an already visionary and action-oriented team which strives to expand the organization’s reach, offering more scholarships, granting additional monies for leadership programs and coordinating and aligning its development efforts with the needs of its membership. The Associate Director of Development will work in a team environment to develop and cultivate mid-level gifts for the Phi Psi Foundation as it supports the Fraternity, its membership and associated house corporations and chapters. The candidate will be one of several staff members responsible for increasing the organization’s revenue, cultivating and soliciting mid-level gift prospects, conducting a significant number of personal visits per year with Phi Psi prospects and donors and providing staffing support to the Foundation.

The candidate must have the ability to work independently, handle multiple tasks simultaneously, meet deadlines as required and have a strong work ethic. The successful candidate should have a bachelor's degree, two or more years of experience in the development, fundraising, outside sales, higher education or recruitment fields, excellent communication, organizational and problem-solving skills and the ability to travel extensively throughout the United States. Additionally, the ideal candidate will possess solid administrative skills and excellent communication and organizational skills along with an award winning attitude! The position’s job description further outlines the Associate Director of Development’s functions, specific responsibilities and qualifications.

The position, Associate Director of Development, offers a comprehensive benefits package including health insurance, 401K, paid vacation, etc. Qualified candidates should send a resume, cover letter and references to Ben Nicol.
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