Assistant Director, Athletic Events and Donor Engagement will report to the Associate Director for Athletics Stewardship. S/he will be responsible for executing all athletic related events including the annual athletics scholarship event and execute events that advance the department with emphasis on philanthropic engagement and investment.
S/he will work closely with the Director of Athletics, Athletics Fundraisers, Coaches and University Advancement partners to personally manage events that support engagement, cultivation, stewardship and investment. This role supports general office functions including supporting Flynn Fund staff on various functions including, but not limited to responding to incoming phone calls, organizing office supplies and functions, supporting mailings and projects, coordinating activities with coaches and teams, supporting football, basketball and hockey game day including preparation and support of luxury suite functions.
The successful candidate must show great organization, have the ability to work independently and collaboratively, be able to anticipate the needs and preferences of the Director of Athletics, understand department goals and objectives through events and have strong project and event management skills. S/he should be comfortable interacting with the University’s most generous donors and potential benefactors. S/he should be nimble and accepting of projects outside the immediate scope of this description.
Title and salary commensurate with relevant experience based on the following titles and hiring ranges: Assistant Director 1: minimum 1-3 years of related experience: $46,550 - $58,200 Assistant Director 2: minimum 3-5 years of related experience: $51,350 - $64,200
This position requires a bachelor’s degree. Assistant Director level 1 requires 1-3 years related experience, Assistant Director level 2 requires 3-5 years related experience. Experience in athletics, event planning, stewardship, or fundraising, preferably in a college athletics setting or the equivalent level of experience in other non-profit or for-profit environments where event management and stewardship is required. Must be a team player who is highly motivated and dedicated to the goals of advancing higher education and college athletics and have an appreciation for Jesuit Catholic education and the goals and values of Boston College. Adherence to Boston College and NCAA rules and regulations is required.
Internal Number: Req3117
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