Executive Director, Development Job Description

Executive Director, Development Job Description

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Executive director, development provides strategic oversight and management of the Institute’s alumni engagement, annual giving, corporation and foundation relations, and planned giving programs.

Executive Director, Development Duties & Responsibilities

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Working with various departments (Risk, Ops, Client Services, Technology, Sales ) to assess client requests for new / enhanced features
For each acquisition, develop the due diligence plan and lead the process
Survey the global marketplace to identify potential acquisitions, in line with corporate strategic objectives
Special projects as required (which, in the past, has included collaborating with select brands on potential tuck-in opportunities
Leads the creation and identification of regular forums with Brands/Regions/Functions to come together for development, strategic planning, problem solving and innovation
Manage one Sr
Work with Head of Audience Development and Head of Analytics to determine KPI’s for growth of all digital properties and distribution channels
Work closely with editorial management to develop workflows and content performance-creation feedback loops and to constantly refine content strategy
Build and manage team of growth editors, who serve as audience development experts and are embedded in the editorial teams
Coordinate SEO efforts throughout the organization

Executive Director, Development Qualifications

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Licensing or Certifications for Executive Director, Development

List any licenses or certifications required by the position: YMCA, CPR, PMP, IOPP, AED, CFRE, PM, DOE, DT, MWBE

Education for Executive Director, Development

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Employers hiring for the executive director, development job most commonly would prefer for their future employee to have a relevant degree such as Bachelor's and Master's Degree in Education, Business, Leadership, MBA, Management, Graduate, Kenan-Flagler Business School, Faculty, Executive Education, Business School

Skills for Executive Director, Development

Desired skills for executive director, development include:

Personal assets and estates
Tax laws that impact charitable giving
Current programming languages
Principles of fundraising
Raiser’s Edge
Similar donor management software
Annual giving
BPM
Capital campaign
Case Management technology stack specially PEGA PRPC platform

Desired experience for executive director, development includes:

Work very closely with Head of Social Media Strategy to coordinate role of social media in content amplification throughout the organization
Oversee all email marketing efforts – hiring and managing email marketing manager
Launch and manage our email newsletter(s), aggressively identifying and implementing opportunities to grow subscription base and optimize performance
Constantly stay on top of industry trends and introduce innovation and best practices
Oversee paid marketing efforts – coordinating freelancers or hiring staff
Jointly oversee marketing services budget, developing plans and choosing software packages that will help Fusion exceed its goals and deliver the greatest possible ROI

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Executive Director, Development Job Description

Job Description Example
Our growing company is looking for an executive director, development. To join our growing team, please review the list of responsibilities and qualifications.
Responsibilities for executive director, development
  • Coordinate outreach and digital traffic partnerships
  • In conjunction with the Head of Analytics, oversee testing, analyze performance data, and aggressively shift resources to top performing content elements
  • Understand the unique needs of leaders at various career transition points, across all geographies and businesses/functions, in light of the current business/market environment
  • Partner closely with Banking, Credit and Service partners in the market, with Treasury Sales, Asset Management, and IB colleagues in order to introduce our prospects to our product capabilities
  • Serve as mentor and coach to banking team to lead market prospecting activities
  • Collaborates with VP Sales and Education North America to identify field development opportunities and leads the execution of programs/follow up to build the field team’s skills (i.e., coaching, talent development, excellence in execution of education programs, accountability, follow up)
  • Leads the execution process of development/succession plans for the Origins Field
  • Works with cross-functional partners (Marketing, Military, Travel Retail, Online, ) to ensure departments/channels have accessibility to tools and programs created
  • Elevates and develops the field team on utilizing digital and social platforms that feel authentic in nature
  • Ensures core curriculum and counter programs are meeting brand objectives at the point-of-sale and provides updates to VP Sales and Education North America and VP Global Education on impact of behaviors to KPI’s (achievement of sales plan, AUS, IPT, Top Performers, Product Launch sell-thru)
Qualifications for executive director, development
  • Ability to work collaboratively across and within the Leadership Edgeteam develop strong working partnerships with clients and HR colleagues
  • 15+ years of overall Human Resources/Learning experience with a strong background in Leadership Development
  • Strong track record in facilitation and coaching
  • Progressive and innovative in approach and use of technology
  • Passionate about the use of executive development as a differentiator and vehicle for organizational transformation
  • Build and design programs
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Executive Director, Development Job Description

Job Description Example
Our innovative and growing company is looking to fill the role of executive director, development. We appreciate you taking the time to review the list of qualifications and to apply for the position. If you don’t fill all of the qualifications, you may still be considered depending on your level of experience.
Responsibilities for executive director, development
  • Identifies point of sale opportunities in North America to elevate retail sales and client experiences
  • Provides field insight in the creation and testing of Guide curriculum, Store Manager/Counter Manager and Field Development programs to the Global Education Team
  • Works in conjunction with global team to create modern and transformational digital, social and consumer engagement strategy
  • Develops stewardship strategies
  • Updates prospect move charts, gift projection tables, and other reports for the Associate AD, Development
  • Analyzes, evaluates and recommends and/or implements programs/services enhancements or improvements
  • Cultivating an innovative approach to training and coaching for technology solutions in order to produce extraordinary early literacy results
  • Creating the path to scale - exploring blended learning models, flipped classrooms
  • Running day-to-day operations of a multimillion dollar business line - managing financials, records, large engagements, and generally keeping everything on track
  • Participate in professional meetings and conferences and/or contribute to journals or publications to maintain professional contacts and visibility
Qualifications for executive director, development
  • At least 10 years of experience managing people and projects
  • Masters degree or PhD in Human Resources, Training/Development, Adult Education or related discipline coaching qualification desired
  • Minimum 5-10 years training management experience leading training professionals with over 7 years overall experience in Human Resources, continuous process improvement or quality, and other Human Resources Generalist experience
  • Minimum five years of technical delivery experience (Architecture or Application Development must be at least three of those years)
  • 2+ years of combined software/application development experience in Objective-C
  • 5+ years of combined software/application development experience in Java and/or C#, HTML, CSS, XML, and JavaScript
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Executive Director, Development Job Description

Job Description Example
Our growing company is hiring for an executive director, development. Please review the list of responsibilities and qualifications. While this is our ideal list, we will consider candidates that do not necessarily have all of the qualifications, but have sufficient experience and talent.
Responsibilities for executive director, development
  • Direct and oversee the tech transfer and manufacturing of clinical drug substance and drug product manufacturing processes across the CMO network
  • Direct and oversee the tech transfer and process validation of commercial drug substance manufacturing processes across the CMO network
  • Direct and oversee the biologics process development function and its organizational development
  • Takes a lead role in selection of external manufacturing facilities for drug substance
  • Support regulatory submissions and agency interaction by drafting and reviewing the relevant CMC sections and regulatory responses, participating in agency meetings
  • Global role requiring management of local and remote staff and international travel (up to 25%)
  • Provide high level direction to Global Development and Operations (GD&O), including establishing key goals for operational efficiency and excellence, and continuous improvement targets
  • Coach and mentor direct reports and other VMRD staff as appropriate to facilitate colleague development and succession planning
  • Lead GD&O efforts to practice objective colleague performance assessment and effective performance management
  • As a member of the Portfolio Governance Team, ensure that resource allocation is consistent with VMRD portfolio priorities
Qualifications for executive director, development
  • 5+ years of Business Development experience in a relevant domain
  • Must be highly motivated, self-directed, and entrepreneurial
  • Adept at managing multiple initiatives and tasks simultaneously
  • Diligent, dependable, reliable and timely
  • High integrity with a win-win partnership mindset
  • BS/BA degree, MBA or advanced graduate degree highly preferred
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Our company is growing rapidly and is looking for an executive director, development. Please review the list of responsibilities and qualifications. While this is our ideal list, we will consider candidates that do not necessarily have all of the qualifications, but have sufficient experience and talent.
Responsibilities for executive director, development
  • Ensure robust planning, execution, analysis, and reporting of clinical studies for Biologicals, Pharmaceuticals, and Biopharmaceuticals to support the timely progression of global registration plans and achievement of budget targets
  • Remain current with evolving regulatory requirements that impact study design, execution, analysis and reporting
  • Manages the New York Office staff, setting and evaluating individual goals, developing and sustaining appropriate training, mentoring, and assigning and monitoring coverage of primary regional areas of focus
  • Responsible for capacity planning for the product roadmap
  • Accountable for providing high level estimates of effort for each item on the roadmap in alignment with Arcadia Innovation Office Intake Process
  • Work closely with internal and external development teams throughout the product lifecycle
  • Accountable for coordinating delivery of new features and capabilities
  • Review and Approve Sprint Backlogs, Features and user stories
  • Lead succession planning and talent management programs
  • Partner with functional leaders and HR peers in assessing organizational structures work processes, roles, and competency requirements for the organization to meet current and future business needs
Qualifications for executive director, development
  • Min 10+ Years experience in Data modelling /Design VLDB dimensional warehouses with Multiple Facts/dimensions, database performance in tuning
  • Minimum seven (7) years SAP Development Implementation and Design
  • Working knowledge of fundraising, donor and public relations principles, concepts, procedures and techniques, including identification, cultivation, and knowledge of solicitation strategies
  • Knowledge of management concepts, principles, and applicable policies
  • Must have a highly collaborative skill set and excellent communication skills
  • Inquisitive, solution oriented, and a quick learner
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Executive Director, Development Job Description

Job Description Example
Our innovative and growing company is looking for an executive director, development. Please review the list of responsibilities and qualifications. While this is our ideal list, we will consider candidates that do not necessarily have all of the qualifications, but have sufficient experience and talent.
Responsibilities for executive director, development
  • Leads the Employee Engagement program
  • Understand emerging business plans, determine organizational implications and provide appropriate recommendations and actions
  • Develop and execute long and short range strategies to meet and exceed MBOs as established by the VP of Sales
  • Identify and develop relationships and partnerships with strategically important billing system providers in targeted core vertical markets
  • Work at the C Level to develop long term relationships with specific large and strategically important targeted billers
  • Work with sales leaders to create referral partnership opportunities particularly in the small biller space
  • Analyze and report on significant market changes (trends, issues, M&A activity)
  • Coordinate with legal resources to develop and execute required legal agreements
  • Advise the VP of Sales on competitive information, business development activity and client responses
  • Report to the VP or Biller Sales on sales pipeline, sales production and sales forecasting on a weekly and monthly basis
Qualifications for executive director, development
  • Prior sales and or commercial experience is required
  • Minimum BS degree in Packaging Science or Engineering
  • IOPP certification
  • Experience with Stochastic calculus(SDE, PDE, FE, etc), Numerical algorithms (root finding, optimization, etc), statistical modeling (factor models, copula, Bayesian etc), Time series analysis (ARIMA, GARCH, state space models) will be advantageous
  • Proficient in use of strategic product life cycle practices such as market/client assessment, competitive analysis, pricing, positioning, go-to-market strategies
  • Client-oriented with excellent relationship-building and listening skills

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