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Director of Development, South Florida
Director of Development, Orange County/South Bay Area
Temporary, Programs and Events Associate


Director of Development, South Florida

Employment Type: Full Time
Seniority Level: Mid-senior Level

The American Technion Society is currently seeking a Director of Development to join their growing organization. This position is based in South Florida.

AMERICAN TECHNION SOCIETY

The American Technion Society (ATS) supports visionary education and world-changing impact through the Technion-Israel Institute of Technology. Based in New York City, they represent thousands of US donors, alumni and stakeholders who invest in the Technion’s growth and innovation to advance critical research and technologies that serve the State of Israel and the global good. Over more than 80 years, their nationwide supporter network has funded new Technion scholarships, research, labs, and facilities that have helped deliver world-changing contributions and extend Technion education to campuses on three continents. ATS employs a staff of 50 + that work from New York and in regional offices across the United States.

YOUR ROLE

For individuals who are passionate about Israel, the Director position is a unique opportunity to blend one’s fundraising expertise with a personal desire to play a role in the continued economic success and support of Israel.

Reporting to the ATS Regional Senior Director of Development, this position will play a central role in helping to manage ATS philanthropic activities that are centered in South Florida as well as be the face of the organization for many of its stakeholders. The successful candidate will manage a fundraising portfolio with the goal of cultivating and soliciting individuals with a capacity of gifts in the six and seven figure range. The primary focus area will be South Florida, yet engagement with other key communities in our southern region, such as Atlanta, will be essential.

DUTIES INCLUDE, BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TO, THE FOLLOWING:
  • Partner with the other FL Development staff to manage the American Technion’s Society’s presence in its Southern Region.
  • Develop and grow American Technion Society’s donor base of individuals and foundations capable of giving $100,000+.
  • Involve and partner with lay leadership in activities and strategies to build and leverage their volunteer leadership throughout the territory/portfolio.
  • Develop and manage a portfolio of 100 prospects, of which 40 will be high priority potential donors.
  • Focus portfolio development in Florida to include leaders in the life science, technology, investment banking and real estate industries.
  • Engage in direct and systematic prospect identification, cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship of high net worth individuals.
  • Advance the presence of the American Technion Society around high value activities that further interaction with high net worth prospects and be the key figure representing the Technion in these circles.
  • Focus on advancing ATS engagement of Technion alumni, and existing high value constituency, which benefits from growing linkages between the US and Israel.
  • Deploy resources to maximize the philanthropic potential of assigned territory and/or portfolio. Work with ATS colleagues in the development of strategic annual and long-term fundraising plans and evaluate progress to goals.
  • Foster relationships with key ATS and Technion partners in areas of prospect development, proposal development, stewardship, etc.
  • Adhere to assigned budget to ensure effective stewardship of ATS resources to realize organizational goals.
  • Utilize the ATS database to maintain accurate records of all donor interactions, individuals’ programmatic interests, trends in giving and type of support to solicit.
  • Travel twice yearly to the East Coast for ATS professional staff institutes; regional travel will be required.

YOUR EXPERTISE

  • A strategic thinker who understands a vision of success and can translate it into a tactile plan.
  • Quantifiable fundraising success with major gifts.
    Strong sales, public speaking, networking, and negotiating skills; ability to connect with many
  • different audiences.
  • Passion for Israel, and a strong connection to ATS’ mission.
  • Prior non-profit experience preferred.
  • Bachelor’s degree
  • Experience with Microsoft Office suite along with fund raising and data base software.

Have we described a role that you have been seeking, along with a set of skills you possess? If so, we’d like to hear from you immediately. To apply, send your resume to the link below.


Director of Development, Orange County/South Bay Area

Employment Type: Full Time
Seniority Level: Mid-senior Level

The American Technion Society is currently seeking a Director of Development to join their growing organization. The position is based in Orange County/South Bay area and will require working from the Los Angeles office at least weekly.

AMERICAN TECHNION SOCIETY

The American Technion Society (ATS) supports visionary education and world-changing impact through the Technion-Israel Institute of Technology. Based in New York City, they represent thousands of US donors, alumni and stakeholders who invest in the Technion’s growth and innovation to advance critical research and technologies that serve the State of Israel and the global good. Over more than 80 years, their nationwide supporter network has funded new Technion scholarships, research, labs, and facilities that have helped deliver world-changing contributions and extend Technion education to campuses on three continents. ATS employs a staff of 50 + that work from New York and in regional offices across the United States.

YOUR ROLE

For individuals who are passionate about Israel, the Director position is a unique opportunity to blend one’s fundraising expertise with a personal desire to play a role in the continued economic success and support of Israel.

Reporting to the ATS Senior Director of Development, this position will play a central role in helping to manage ATS philanthropic activities that are centered in the Orange County and South Bay communities as well as be the face of the organization for many of the stakeholders in these areas. The successful candidate will manage a fundraising portfolio with the goal of cultivating and soliciting individuals with a capacity of gifts in the six and seven figure range.

DUTIES INCLUDE, BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TO, THE FOLLOWING:
  • Partner with the Senior Director of Development to manage the American Technion’s Society’s presence in the Orange County and South Bay communities.
  • Develop and grow American Technion Society’s donor base of individuals and foundations capable of giving $100,000+.
  • Involve and partner with lay leadership in activities and strategies to build and leverage their volunteer leadership throughout the territory/portfolio.
  • Develop and manage a portfolio of 100 prospects, of which approximately 40 will be high priority potential donors.
  • Engage in direct and systematic prospect identification, cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship of high-net-worth individuals.
  • Advance the presence of the American Technion Society around high value activities that further interaction with high net worth prospects and be the key figure representing the Technion in these circles.
  • Focus on advancing ATS engagement of Technion alumni, and existing high value constituency, which benefits from growing linkages between the US and Israel.
  • Deploy resources to maximize the philanthropic potential of assigned territory and/or portfolio. Work with ATS colleagues in the development of strategic annual and long-term fundraising plans and evaluate progress to goals.
  • Foster relationships with key ATS and Technion partners in areas of prospect development, proposal development, stewardship, etc.
  • Adhere to assigned budget to ensure effective stewardship of ATS resources to realize organizational goals.
  • Utilize the ATS database to maintain accurate records of all donor interactions, individuals’ programmatic interests, trends in giving and type of support to solicit.
  • Travel twice yearly to the East Coast for ATS professional staff institutes; regional travel will be required.

YOUR EXPERTISE

  • A strategic thinking and a self-Started who understands a vision of success and can translate it into a tactile plan
  • At least 5 years of quantifiable fundraising success with major gifts.
  • Public speaking, networking, and negotiating skills; ability to connect with many different audiences.
  • Passion for Israel, and a strong connection to ATS’s mission.
  • Prior non-profit experience preferred.
  • Bachelor’s degree
  • Experience with Microsoft Office suite along with fund raising and data base software.

Have we described a role that you have been seeking, along with a set of skills you possess? If so, we’d like to hear from you immediately. To apply, send your resume to the link below.


Temporary, Programs and Events Associate

Employment Type: Temporary

The American Technion Society is currently seeking a Programs and Events Associate to join their growing organization. This position is based in the New York city area.

AMERICAN TECHNION SOCIETY

The American Technion Society (ATS) supports visionary education and world-changing impact through the Technion-Israel Institute of Technology. Based in New York City, they represent thousands of US donors, alumni and stakeholders who invest in the Technion’s growth and innovation to advance critical research and technologies that serve the State of Israel and the global good. Over more than 80 years, their nationwide supporter network has funded new Technion scholarships, research, labs, and facilities that have helped deliver world-changing contributions and extend Technion education to campuses on three continents. ATS employs a staff of 50 + that work from New York and in regional offices across the United States.

YOUR ROLE

Reporting to the ATS Executive Director of Programs, the temporary Program and Events Associate provides critical support and coordination services for virtual and in person National ATS events and programs. This is a temporary full-time non-exempt position for 8-12 months, which may require occasional after hour and weekend work.

DUTIES INCLUDE, BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TO, THE FOLLOWING:

35% Virtual Event/Program Technical Management

  • Manages the virtual platform technical support for National and local Zoom and Zoom Webinar programs to:
  • Manage behind-the-scenes programming back end or admin side of the Programs Zoom account.
  • Set up zoom meetings – create links and registration forms and work with Marketing to ensure appropriate branding.
  • Participate day-of event in operating the back-end logistics for the run-of-show, working with all participants: ATS staff, Technion professors, and other speakers and panelists as well as our IT services provider.

30% Logistical Support and Coordination for Upcoming In-Person National Events and Programs

  • Manage banquet event orders including but not limited to menu selection, room set-up, audio-visual needs.
  • Oversee AV requirements in venues, serving as liaison with technicians and ATS staff.
  • Serve as primary liaison between ATS and venues, travel operators, ancillary services.
  • Assist in the planning, writing, and executing communications and accompanying documents to keep participants and staff knowledgeable and prepared for events.
  • Oversee budget reconciliation throughout and post event. Adhere to budget. Ensure all event billing is accurate. 

25% Event Database Management

  • Manage and oversee Cvent database including creation of event registration sites and troubleshooting with participants to ensure accurate and seamless registration process.

10% Ad Hoc

  • Special projects as assigned by Executive Director and Programs Coordinator.

YOUR EXPERTISE

  • Bachelor’s degree preferred.
  • 2-3 years of relevant experience coordinating events and meetings both domestically and/or internationally.
  • Highly proficient in online platforms such as Zoom, including ability to “self-teach” the back end of platforms to an expert level.
  • Knowledge of Cvent; setting up events in Cvent and managing registration.
  • Proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, working knowledge of Dropbox and Google Drive.
  • Ability to adjust under quick changing circumstances and remain graceful under pressure. A self-starter with the ability to learn on own and work independently.
  • Ability to work with multiple stakeholders and personalities with a collaborative spirit.
  • Excellent organizational project management, planning skills with attention to detail a must.
  • Strong verbal and written communications skills.
  • Self-starter with the ability to learn on own and work independently.
  • Ability to travel within the greater New York area including site visits and occasional weekend travel & after hours work and to be on site during programs which may be multi-day. (No travel in the immediate future).
  • Creativity and passion for the Jewish communal world a plus.

Have we described a role that you have been seeking, along with a set of skills you possess? If so, we’d like to hear from you immediately. To apply, send your resume to the link below.

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