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Development Coordinator
Position Summary
This position manages portfolios of up to 250 prospective major and principal gift donors, directing the moves management between mid-level, major, and principal donor status.

The organization’s values are the cornerstone for interaction with donors. Respect, Reciprocity, Relationships, Responsibility and Reasoning could be inserted into a textbook detailing successful ways to identify, qualify and build relationships with current and potential major donors. The incumbent could not succeed if he/she were to misrepresent these values to philanthropic champions.

To Apply:
 Submit a letter of interest, current résumé, and salary requirements/history (with Word or PDF documents, combined in one attachment, and in the subject line, list your name and Development Coordinator), to Human Resources at applications@collegefund.org. Excellent benefit package and competitive salary.
Open until filled.
American Indian College Fund is an Equal Opportunity Employer


Major Gifts Officer
Position Summary

The American Indian College Fund is offering a career opportunity of Major Gifts Officer in the Regional Development Department. The primary purpose of this position is to identify, cultivate, solicit, and steward potential and current major donors, including individuals, corporations, and foundations. Major gifts officers strategically manage all fundraising activities for donors in an assigned portfolio. Major gifts officers are part of the American Indian College Fund’s (the College Fund) Resource Development team and are critical in helping the organization effectively meet revenue goals that support strategic initiatives and business goals.

This position must share the College Fund’s core values of respect, reciprocity, reasoning, relationships, and responsibility, which are all important values held by a College Fund team member. This position will work closely within Resource Development and across department lines to coordinate efforts and achieve team and organization objectives. In addition, reasoning and responsibility are critical to successfully executing the duties of this role.

To Apply:
If interested, please send a letter of interest, current résumé, and salary requirements/history (with Word or PDF documents, combined in one attachment, and in the subject line, list your name and Major Gifts Officer), to Human Resources at applications@collegefund.org.
Open until filled.
All requested information and documents required.
American Indian College Fund is an Equal Opportunity Employer


Development Systems Report Writer/Analyst
(TEMP TO HIRE OPTION AVAILABLE)
Position Summary

This position supports the work of the College Fund through detailed report writing and data analysis across various software platforms and channels. This position requires tremendous attention to detail and priorities. The ideal candidate must have the ability to interact professionally with staff, vendor partners, and donors in a fast-paced environment, while remaining flexible, proactive, resourceful, and efficient. Excellent collaboration and communication skills are required.

The ideal candidate must be a knowledgeable “power user” and resource development analyst using Raiser’s Edge, who is an articulate, technical-minded individual with good business acumen, excellent interpersonal skills and well-developed quantitative skills and analytical thinking. The candidate should have strong hands-on technical skills with experience in non-profit fund raising, marketing, email/direct response marketing, CRM software, donor lifecycle management, project management, segmentation, response analysis and campaign tracking.

To Apply:
If interested, please send a letter of interest, current résumé, and salary requirements/history (with Word or PDF documents, combined in one attachment, and in the subject line, list your name and Data Analyst), to Human Resources at applications@collegefund.org.
Open until filled.
All requested information and documents required.
American Indian College Fund is an Equal Opportunity Employer


Front Desk Administrator – On Call
Position Summary

This position is an on-call/as needed position that is responsible for professional and efficient management of visitors, telephone calls and messages, as well as a variety of administrative duties that support the American Indian College Fund (the College Fund).

The incumbent will help the organization accomplish its mission, vision, and strategic goals by assisting customers with their questions; directing customers to the appropriate staff member; and by providing an accurate account of donations received via mail.

This position is often the first point of contact for the general public and potential donors. The manner in which they are treated on the phone and in person may set their first impressions of the College Fund. Adherence to the College Fund’s Core Values is critical in reinforcing why these values are important in helping the College Fund carry out its work.

To Apply:
Qualified applicants: please send a letter of interest and a current résumé by email (with Word or PDF documents, combined in one attachment, and in the subject line, list your name and Front Desk Administrator), to Human Resources at applications@collegefund.org.
Open until filled.
All requested information and documents required.
American Indian College Fund is an Equal Opportunity Employer


TCU Research Intern (Two Positions Available)

Summary

The primary purpose for this position is to assist the Office of Research and Sponsored Programs (ORSP) team in a variety of research assignments. This internship provides opportunities to practice skills learned in college while gaining real work experience and new skills assisting researchers with research projects at a professional non-profit organization.

The research intern conducts innovative research for enhancing student success at TCUs. Research areas include examining and organizing information relevant to ORSP’s research projects.

The incumbent works under general supervision, performing independent assignments and consult supervisor concerning unusual situations and developments.

The University of Denver (DU) provides student housing for the interns for the duration of the six-week intern experience (see http://www.du.edu/ for more information about DU). DU is located about 20 minutes from the College Fund.

This position must share the College Fund’s core values of respect, reciprocity, reasoning, relationship, and responsibility. Respect and relationships are important characteristics of a team player, and this position will work closely with others to coordinate research efforts. Responsibility is important for being a strong researcher, as well as ensuring that tasks are completed and deadlines are met.

To Apply:

Submit a letter of interest including a statement confirming your acceptance of the salary listed, a current résumé, and three (3) letters of reference (Send in Word or PDF format, combined in one attachment, and in the subject line, list your name and TCU Intern), to Human Resources at applications@collegefund.org by May 8, 2015.

American Indian College Fund is an Equal Opportunity Employer


Volunteer Opportunities

Are you looking to find a place where your contributions make a difference? Have you some free time to lend a hand? Looking to find a place where you can develop your job skills in a fun and learning environment?

If you answered yes to any of these questions, then we would like to meet you.

The American Indian College Fund currently has volunteer opportunities available. We are seeking a civic minded individual/s who can lend their skills in the following area: Office or clerical support – answer phone, file, data entry. Click here for more a complete job description and how to apply.

The American Indian College Fund is offering a career opportunity of Major Gifts Officer in the Regional Development Department. The primary purpose of this position is to identify, cultivate, solicit, and steward potential and current major donors, including individuals, corporations, and foundations.   Major gifts officers strategically manage all fundraising activities for donors in an assigned portfolio. Major gifts officers are part of the American Indian College Fund’s (the College Fund) Resource Development team and are critical in helping the organization effectively meet revenue goals that support strategic initiatives and business goals.

 

This position must share the College Fund’s core values of respect, reciprocity, reasoning, relationships, and responsibility, which are all important values held by a College Fund team member.  This position will work closely within Resource Development and across department lines to coordinate efforts and achieve team and organization objectives.  In addition, reasoning and responsibility are critical to successfully executing the duties of this role.

Contact Info:
Human Resources
303-426-8900

Resumes can be sent to:
American Indian
College Fund
Human Resources
8333 Greenwood Blvd. Denver, CO 80221  
email: applications@collegefund.org

The American Indian College Fund is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer

The American Indian College Fund is dedicated to the principles of equal employment opportunity in any term, condition, or privilege of employment. We do not discriminate against applicants or employees on the basis of age 40 and over, race, sex, color, religion, national origin, disability, genetic information, sexual orientation, or any other status protected by federal, state, or local law.