- Working Title :
- Associate Director of Analytics
- Posting Number :
- Job Category :
- Prospect Development and Analytics
- Salary :
- $77,334.00 - $77,334.00
- Experience Range :
- 2 to 5 Years
Associate Director of Analytics
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Play a senior role within the Prospect Development and Analytics team. Supervise Analytics staff and oversee and coordinate collaborative interdepartmental analytical projects within the Office of University Development and across the University?s schools, colleges and other fundraising units.
Characteristic Duties and Responsibilities
Develop, implement and market a comprehensive fundraising analytics program. Provide reliable and timely high-level qualitative and quantitative data and trend analysis to support strategic planning and operational effectiveness of key fundraising programs, including annual, major, principal, and planned giving. Using internal and external data, employ data mining, predictive modeling, forecasting, and multiple statistical analysis techniques to identify, classify, understand, and cultivate prospects capable of making philanthropic contributions to the University of Michigan as well as to provide assessments of program effectiveness.
Master's Degree in Engineering, Statistics, or Computer Science + 4 years of related experience to include statistical research, use of data modeling techniques, and educational institution data research.
The Office of University Development maximizes private support for the University of Michigan through high-quality collaboration with the development programs of schools, colleges, and units. We also provide fundraising leadership through the stimulation and facilitation of healthy, productive and life-long relationships with our colleagues, alumni, friends, foundations and corporations.
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Mission StatementThe Office of University Development maximizes private support for the University of Michigan through high-quality collaboration with the development programs of schools, colleges, and units. We also provide fundraising leadership through the stimulation and facilitation of healthy, productive and life-long relationships with our colleagues, alumni, friends, foundations and corporations.
U-M EEO/AA Statement: The University of Michigan is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.