Job: Associate Vice President, Institutional Advancement


Niagara University, a private Catholic University, invites
applications for the Associate Vice President, Institutional
Advancement.  The Associate Vice President,
Institutional  Advancement  an externally funded
position, is responsible for the coordination and delivery of
Niagara University’s comprehensive advancement
program including supervising directly major gifts,
planned giving, advancement services, alumni engagement and areas
of external relations where outcomes are designed to enhance the
mission of the institutional advancement sector.

The successful candidate shall hold a baccalaureate degree from
an accredited college or university with seven years’ related
experience or a Master’s degree from an accredited college or
university with five years’ related experience. A valid New York
State driver’s license is required that satisfies both University
and insurance company underwriting rules and regulations for
driving a motor vehicle.  Must also be able to operate a motor
vehicle in Canada.

Desired Qualifications include significant experience in senior
level management of advancement activities in higher education or
 other major not-for-profit institutions; Ability to establish
respectful, ethical, high level and enduring relationships with
high net worth individuals and others identified as philanthropic
prospects and investors in the University’s mission; Strong and
demonstrable interpersonal, written, publications and verbal
communications skills;  Strong analytical skills and
experience required for sector planning and outcomes assessment;
Knowledge of and expertise in philanthropic giving vehicles,
including IRS and other tax regulations, related to effective
management of philanthropic solicitations;  Ability to work in
non-traditional business times, including weekends and evenings,
and to travel for extended periods away from the University’s
campus to visit potential prospects for philanthropic gifts…

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