This position will create, manage, and execute a wide-variety of tasks for the Bulls Club related to donors and prospects for development purposes. The individual will be charged with creating and implementing programs that lead to annual fund growth. The individual will manage a donor portfolio of leadership annual giving prospects and will be expected to provide full donor and annual fund updates at weekly staff meetings. Adheres to all NCAA, Conference, and institutional rules and regulations.
RESPONSIBILITIES: - Plans, organizes, and executes projects to promote annual giving support to Athletics. Maintains an annual solicitation calendar, as well as any follow-up data for review of programs. - Tracks all Athletics giving, providing all team members with a weekly update on progress towards annual giving goals. Data hygiene amongst Athletics and Foundation systems are expected to be maintained daily to provide the most accurate giving for each donor. - Sorts through the donor database and identify members who can move to the next membership level to Bulls Club Development Officers. The individual may also contact certain donors specifically to discuss Athletics giving. - Takes the lead role on all Bulls Club-related communications. Creates and reviews all content with appropriate leadership. May need to work with other Athletics and Foundation staff for certain communication releases. - Organizer and point of contact for game day parking and hospitality at home sporting events, particularly football, men's basketball, and women's basketball. - Performs other duties as assigned.
This position requires a bachelor's degree and one year of experience related to development or other appropriate professional experience.
About University of South Florida
The USF Department of Intercollegiate Athletics is an integral part of USF and its mission by sponsoring a diverse and nationally competitive Division I athletic program. The program serves several significant constituencies, including its student-athletes, who are students first. The most important priority of the program is the progress of the student-athletes toward graduation. Other priorities include the health, fitness and emotional development of student-athletes at USF. Intercollegiate Athletics provide a sense of collegiality, allegiance, and pride for students, staff, faculty, alumni, boosters and the greater Tampa Bay community at large and serves as a focal point for their support. Within the framework of competitive excellence, Intercollegiate Athletics at USF are also a contact vehicle leading supporters to a greater awareness of the University's mission, academic programs and prominence as an educational institution.