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  • Senior Director of Development, Center on Global Energy Policy (SIPA)

    Job Locations US-NY-New York
    Job Requisition Number
    093860
    # of Openings
    1
    Category
    Development
    Salary Grade
    15
  • Job Description

    The Senior Director of Development will be responsible for leading the development efforts of the Center on Global Energy Policy at the School of International and Public Affairs. She/he will develop and implement a development strategy to support the Center's growth and impact, and secure support from individuals, foundations and corporations for the Center's priorities. She/he will manage a portfolio of donor prospects and manage the frontline fundraising activities of the Center Director and other key research scholars. She/he will report jointly to the Director of the Center and the Associate Dean for Development at SIPA. 

    Minimum Qualifications

    Bachelor's degree required. Minimum 7 years of related experience. Computer proficiency (Word, Excel, Power Point) required. Some evenings required.  

     

     

    Specific Minimum Qualifications

    Demonstrated ability to work in a high pressure, fast-paced environment. Demonstrated excellence in a variety of competencies including: project management, teamwork, analytical thinking, and donor relations. Must possess the ability to work with changing priorities and multiple projects. Excellent analytical, organizational, interpersonal, oral and written communication skills, including a high level of attention to detail and active listening skills. Must be able to problem-solve and troubleshoot, in addition to the ability to work independently in a dynamic team environment. Demonstrated ability to effectively partner with a diverse group of administrators and academic leaders. Must have a passion for excellent donor service and commitment to exceptional quality.

     

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