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Education: Higher Education

Executive Director of Major and Planned Giving

Binghamton University
Binghamton, New York

Binghamton University, which began as a small liberal arts college, is now a nationally recognized research institution with one of the two fastest-growing research programs in New York. A world-class institution, Binghamton University offers students a broad, interdisciplinary education with an international perspective and one of the most vibrant research programs in the nation. Binghamton merges rigorous academics, distinguished faculty, and state-of-the-art facilities to engage and challenge its 18,000 students.

Binghamton University is guided by its values — Unity, Identity, and Excellence.

The Opportunity

Binghamton is seeking an experienced fundraising professional to be its next Executive Director of Major and Planned Giving (EDMPG). The EDMPG will be creative in forming pathways and making a huge impact, while simultaneously bringing new and exciting ideas to the University. The EDMPG will tell stories in a compelling manner and exhibit ingenuity when it comes to raising planned giving funds. Alongside University leaders, this individual will lead major gifts and planned giving program goals and priorities to further organizational objectives. This is a phenomenal opportunity for an individual to be a part of the University’s biggest and best campaign in the history of the institution.

This next EDMPG will have previous strong fundraising experience, preferably in higher education, and demonstrate an ability to manage relationships with donors and successfully solicit six-figure gifts. The candidate will be successful in empowering constituents to give while engendering new ideas to raise funds for the University’s next major campaign. The EDMPG will lead a team and must have the demonstrated skill in successfully coaching, training, and leading staff and volunteers.

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