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Development Officer{expander}

Job Title:

 

Development Officer

Department:

 

Development/Advancement 

Position Status:

 

Full-Time Regular Employment 

Reports to:

 

President

Summary

 

Atlantic Union College seeks for a Development Officer who will be committed to a progressive and integrated program that will cultivate champions and inspire the philanthropic potential of students, parents, alumni, faculty, staff, corporations, foundations and other friends.  In partnership with the President, this position serves as the chief fundraising officer of the College and is responsible for all College’s Fundraising Relations (internal & external) activities.  It is expected that the amount raised by the College will increase in future years as the Development Officer systematically and effectively strengthens the organization's overall fundraising capacity. 

Qualifications:

 

  • Master’s degree in a related field.  
  • Seven to ten years of successful and diverse fundraising experience, preferably in a college or university setting, in progressively complex roles directing nonprofit or higher education fundraising programs.
  • Major gifts solicitation experience.  
  • A strong interest in and familiarity with the mission and role of Adventist Christian education.  
  • Management of a Development Office within a College setting, preferred.  
  • Knowledge of federal and state laws, regulations, and standards for the management and disclosure of public information.  
  • Knowledge of and experience in economic development and business analysis techniques.  
  • Knowledge of legislative systems.  

"Candidate must be a member in good and regular standing of the Seventh-day Adventist Church and be committed to the values, principles and expectations of the Seventh-day Adventist Church and Atlantic Union College. "

Responsibilities:

 

Key responsibilities of this position include:

  • helping to forge new relationships to build Atlantic Union College’s visibility, impact, and financial resources; 
  • creating and executing a multifaceted fundraising plan through the solicitation of major gifts, federal and state grants, special events, corporate, foundation and other support;
  • finding new and creative ways to engage alumni and donors that will enrich the alumni and donor experience and add value to the academic life of the University;

 

  • Expanding and diversifying the College’s donor base/pipeline and work closely the President to secure funding for new initiatives; and will support board members as they take on a more active fundraising role.

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 The position requires a successful and demonstrated history of meeting and exceeding goals.  In addition, the successful candidate will have the ability to think strategically; execute contemporary philanthropy, marketing, outreach and engagement activities in higher education; handle complex organizational details; and present information and compelling cases to multiple audiences in varying formats.

Work condition

 

Work is normally performed in a typical interior/office environment.

No or very limited physical effort required.  No or very limited exposure to physical risks. In occasions, frequent traveling may be necessary.

Posted

 

February 27, 2017

Application Closing Date:

 

Open until position filled.

Application Materials:

 

Submit cover letter, with email address, including a statement addressing the specific minimum and preferred qualifications, resume, copies of transcripts and three professional letters of reference to: roberto.reyna@auc.edu  or

Office of Human Resources
Atlantic Union College
338 Main St./ P.O. Box 1000
South Lancaster, MA 01561-1000

 

 

Atlantic Union College is committed to equal employment opportunities, and does not discriminate on the basis of gender, disability, age, race, color, or national origin. The College reserves constitutional and statutory rights as a religious institution and employer to give preference in employment to members of the Seventh-day Adventist church, and claims specific exemption from Title IX provisions as set forth in 34 CRF (and subsections), insofar as they conflict with the Seventh-day Adventist teaching and practices.

 

Recruiter{expander}

Job Title:

 

Recruiter

Department:

 

Enrollment   

Position Status:

 

Part-Time Regular Employment 

Reports to:

 

Director of Enrollment

Summary

 

Supports Atlantic Union College’s mission and core values of the Seventh-day Adventist beliefs, and captures the positive participation of students. Promoting the school to prospective applicants. Learn all about the school's programs to determine if prospective students are a good fit. Provide admissions information to prospective or newly admitted students, creating communication materials, and representing the college at onsite locations such as high schools and community events.  

Qualifications:

 

Candidates are expected to have a bachelor degree. The ability to work with culturally diverse populations and be involved as a leader within the community is expected.  The successful candidate will: exhibit strong customer service skills, have a genuine desire for interacting with and motivating diverse groups of people in a variety of circumstances, demonstrate excellent written and verbal communication skills, including strong listening skills with a clear ability to gather, format and convey information in a timely manner.

The successful candidate will speak, read, and understand English. Preferred second languages of Spanish and Portuguese. Candidate must be a member in good and regular standing of the Seventh-day Adventist Church and be committed to the values, beliefs, mission, principles and expectations of the Seventh-day Adventist Church and Atlantic Union College.

Responsibilities:

 

Activities will include but not limited to the following:

  • Support the recruitment, enrollment, and public relations activities of the Director of Public Relations for Enrollment.
  • Extensive external work in Churches, academies, and other sources of prospective student supply; therefore the candidate must be willing to travel.
  • Develop and maintains an accurate and positive image of Atlantic Union College as determined by College Officers and other related College representatives.
  • Specific expectations: Minimum of five (5) applications per month per program (Health Science/Biology, Theology/Religion, Certificate Programs).

Work condition

 

Work will be normally performed external, in churches, academies and other settings. Sometimes in a typical interior/office environment when required.

Very limited physical effort required.  No or very limited exposure to physical risks.  Frequent traveling may be necessary.

Posted

 

May 11, 2017

Application Closing Date:

 

Open until position filled.

Application Materials:

 

Submit cover letter, with email address, including a statement addressing the specific minimum and preferred qualifications, resume, copies of transcripts and three professional letters of reference to: roberto.reyna@auc.edu  or

Office of Human Resources
Atlantic Union College
338 Main St./ P.O. Box 1000
South Lancaster, MA 01561-1000

Atlantic Union College is committed to equal employment opportunities, and does not discriminate on the basis of gender, disability, age, race, color, or national origin. The College reserves constitutional and statutory rights as a religious institution and employer to give preference in employment to members of the Seventh-day Adventist church, and claims specific exemption from Title IX provisions as set forth in 34 CRF (and subsections), insofar as they conflict with the Seventh-day Adventist teaching and practices.

 

Vice President for Student Affairs{expander}

Job Title:

 

Vice President for Student Affairs

Department:

 

Student Affairs

Position Status:

 

Full-Time Regular Employment 

Reports to:

 

President

Summary

 

The Vice President for Student Affairs serves as the College’s Chief Student Administration Officer. Supports Atlantic Union College’s mission and core values of the Seventh-day Adventist beliefs, and captures the positive participation of students. Reporting to the President and a member of the President’s Cabinet, the Vice President for Student Affairs is responsible for the offices of: Enrollment, Admissions, Veterans Services, Alumni Development, Judicial Affairs, Student Health, He/she coordinates and supervises the work of Residence Hall Deans, works proactively to shape enrollment growth through data-driven approaches and proven integrated approaches to enrollment management.

Qualifications:

 

Candidates are expected to have a minimum of a Masters’ degree and 5 years’ experience at a mid or senior level in enrollment management and /or student affairs with a commitment to shared governance as well as a proven track record of experience in leading a diverse student affairs and/or enrollment staff.  The ability to work with culturally diverse populations and be involved as a leader within the community is expected.  The successful candidate will: exhibit strong customer service skills, have a genuine desire for interacting with and motivating diverse groups of people in a variety of circumstances, demonstrate excellent written and verbal communication skills, including strong listening skills with a clear ability to gather, format and convey information in a timely manner. The successful candidate will speak, read, and understand English.

Responsibilities:

 

Acts as an adviser to the College President in matters pertaining to student and community service programs; administers and supervises the development of student services and various operational programs; provides strategic leadership in enrollment planning, analyzes admissions data to establish enrollment strategies and goals; prepares and monitors all budgets involving student, college activities and athletic programs; supervises, trains, and evaluates assigned staff, may prepare and submit the Student Handbook and Resident Hall Manual for publication; develops and implements student discipline procedures; consults with administrators and faculty to resolve student disciplinary issues to assure procedural fairness; maintains and ongoing awareness of constituents. Serves on committees related to student life and mission as directed by policy or the President. Maintains custody of student personnel records. Maintains professional and technical knowledge by attending educational workshops, and reviewing professional publications. Must have the ability to mediate difficult situations, proven experience in solving complex problems, and an attitude of servant leadership.  Performs related duties as assigned by the President.

Work Conditions:

Frequent: working more than 40 hours a week, computer use, unscheduled interruptions.   Occasional: travel, weekend work.  On-call after-hours work, and fast-paced work.

Application Closing Date:

 

Open until position filled.

Application Materials:

 

Submit cover letter, with email address, including a statement addressing the specific minimum and preferred qualifications, resume, copies of transcripts and three professional letters of reference to: roberto.reyna@auc.edu   and   silas.mckinney@auc.edu

Office of Human Resources
Atlantic Union College
338 Main St./ P.O. Box 1000
South Lancaster, MA 01561-1000

 

 

It is the policy of Atlantic Union College that each individual, regardless of race, color, sex, national origin, age as defined by law, or handicap, shall have equal opportunity in education, employment or services at Atlantic Union College. As a Seventh-day Adventist sponsored institution, Atlantic Union College reserves the right to consider religious affiliation when hiring employees.

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