The Stewardship and Donor Engagement Team of the USU Advancement Office oversees donor relations activities for the University, including acknowledgments, impact reporting, recognition, engagement, and events, ensuring exceptional engagement experiences for USU’s donors. The team strives to be innovative in their efforts to demonstrate to donors their value to the University.
Reporting to the Sr. Director of Stewardship and Donor Engagement, the Donor Relations Stewardship Coordinator manages donor acknowledgments and reports showing impact, and assists with other stewardship efforts of the Stewardship and Donor Engagement team.
The Coordinator prepares leadership acknowledgment letters, communication templates, and other communications as necessary to further the stewardship mission, collaborating with other Advancement team members and USU entities. The Coordinator may be involved in all levels of the process, including working with university units and preparing mailings. The Coordinator works in conjunction with the Sr. Director of Stewardship and Donor Engagement to prepare impact reports requested by USU leadership, academic units, and other USU internal stakeholders. The Coordinator manages other stewardship efforts, including maintaining the online inventory of donor-named campus entities, which includes gathering stories and photographs. The Coordinator tracks stewardship activities for reporting purposes, prepares and maintains support and training reference materials, and other engagement and recognition projects. As part of the team, the Coordinator will take part in donor engagement strategy planning and may assist with event planning and execution. The Coordinator provides support to the Stewardship and Donor Engagement team.
The Coordinator must ensure the highest level of accuracy, quality, timing, and other details in all aspects of work. The Coordinator must execute excellent judgement and have exceptional writing skills. They must be comfortable navigating data to track Stewardship and Donor Engagement impact to help ensure data-driven decision making.
Core Responsibilities include but are not limited to:
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities
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