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Assistant Director, GUMC Constituent Engagement - Georgetown
The Assistant Director, GUMC Constituent Engagement
vital support for the overall strategy, implementation, and
execution of Georgetown University Medical Center (GUMC)
constituent engagement, with a primary focus on the School of
Medicine alumni and student communities.
Primary responsibilities include:
- Management of Medical Reunion class fundraising for 3-5 classes
each year, including creating goals and giving strategies.
- Lead the School of Medicine's 4th Year Class Giving Campaign,
which includes management of a class committee and setting and
meeting aggressive fundraising participation goals supported by the
Dean for Medical Education, faculty and students of SOM.
- Manage the Dental Alumni Board and the annual dental alumni
event, currently held annually during Georgetown Reunion Weekend.
This includes event planning and logistics, marketing, and
alumni/volunteer outreach and engagement.
- Support ongoing alumni and student engagement efforts for the
School of Medicine and GUMC.
- Provide volunteer support and staff leadership.
- Support innovative strategies to maximize annual giving to the
School of Medicine and GUMC.
Work Mode: Hybrid 2 Days.
- Bachelor's degree
- 2 to 4 years in constituent engagement, peer-to-peer
fundraising, volunteer management, and marketing/communications; or
commensurate skills and experience
- Experience engaging constituents through strategic programming,
marketing, and communications
- Experience working with donors and/or volunteers
- A track record of high achievement and meeting or exceeding
- Ability to think creatively and innovatively
- Excellent written and oral communications skills
- Experience and comfort working with complex metrics and
- Strong computer skills, including Microsoft applications
(particularly Excel, Word, PowerPoint, and Access)
- Highly organized with strong attention to detail
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