Director of Development
United Theological Seminary is seeking an energetic and outgoing Director of Development to direct and grow its fundraising program. The Director oversees the annual fund, major gifts, corporate and foundation support, special campaigns, online fundraising and donor stewardship.
Growth opportunities include short and long-term strategic planning, budget development and oversight, prospect development, pre-campaign visioning and planning, and staff supervision.
Essential qualifications include: commitment to United’s mission and values; a bachelor’s degree (advanced degree preferred); five years’ experience in nonprofit fundraising; excellent verbal and writing skills; and a love for meeting and working with donors and prospects.
Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. To apply, interested candidates should send a letter of introduction and resume to email@example.com.
Distance Education Specialist
United Theological Seminary of the Twin Cities is looking for a Distance Education Specialist. This part-time position will provide online education training to United’s faculty including course design and best use of online education pedagogy; provide support to student users, and to assist in the administration of United’s Learning Management System (LMS). Qualifications include: experience with distance course development and delivery; understanding and application of learning and instructional design and technology theory and principles; and knowledge of multiple Learning Management Systems. Interested candidates should submit a resume, cover letter, and references to Vonda Pearson at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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