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About the JobSenior Director of Major Gifts (SDMG) is a full-time employee within University Advancement at Colorado Christian University. Supervised by the Vice President of Advancement (VPA) and working collegially with the members of the Advancement Team, the SDMG is responsible for developing and managing all philanthropic processes and activities related to the donor cultivation and solicitation of major and planned gifts.This position is responsible to manage a determined portfolio of 150 donors, research and discover prospective donors, face-to-face donor proposals, presentations, and prescribed activities related to cultivating, tracking and soliciting of annual donors toward individual donations (gifts) of $10,000+ or more. This person w
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