Coordinator, Corporate Giving and Donor Relations - Full-Time)

Open Until Filled
Professional Staff
Human Resources Department -

Department:    Institutional Advancement

Pay Grade:       9 ($42,028 to $56,533)

FLSA Status:    Exempt



Responsible to conduct high-level donor research using donor data and wealth management screening. Cultivates, solicits and stewards corporate donors mainly related to event sponsorships. This position reports to the Director of Major Giving and Donor Relations.



  • Perform professional research of donors and prospects.  Integrate customized, proprietary and confidential information into donor proposals and interactions.  Applies best practices and stays informed of professional standards.
  • Coordinates a defined program of donor appreciation and ongoing stewardship in concert with the Director of Major Giving and Donor Relations. Articulates college mission and vision to all stakeholders, ensuring accuracy of information.
  • Identifies, cultivates, solicits and stewards group of corporate donors with emphasis on event sponsorship and giving.  Looks for opportunities to move to higher levels of commitment with guidance from supervisor.  Works as directed to coordinate donor activity.
  • Delivers professional presentations to donors and communicates verbal and written communications at the highest level.
  • Supports major gifts campaigns and events in fundraising activities as needed.
  • Develops professional donor background reports used by the college President, Executive Director, Director of Major Giving, Board members and volunteers to offer critical insight into the development of effective fundraising requests.
  • Prepares monthly dashboard reports for Board and management ensuring accuracy of data.
  • Attends Board meetings.  Attends professional development activities.  Participates on college committees as requested.
  • Backs up administrative duties, financial processing of purchase orders, meeting reservations etc.
  • Coordinates outreach to all scholarship donors as a means of communicating results of their investment in scholarship. Conveys appreciation of students.  Ensures that the expectation of donors; as well as the established criteria are reasonable and applied consistently.  Recommends criteria changes to be more effective in awarding and achieving donor goals.
  • Records gifts accurately and promptly as received in the donor database ensuring all appropriate data is received and used according to established guidelines.
  • Writes data queries and reports to extrapolate information in use of fundraising initiatives.
  • Perform other duties as assigned.



  • Bachelor’s Degree and five years’ progressively responsible experience in a nonprofit environment managing an array of fundraising activities. 
  • Ability to maintain strict confidentiality and adhere to the development office conflict of interest and confidentiality policy.
  • Knowledge in fundraising and proper accounting and recordkeeping practices.
  • Possesses advanced level of database skills (Raiser’s Edge Preferred) Also demonstrates an advanced understanding of all Microsoft Office Suite products. Effectively uses data research products and the Internet to conduct donor research and profiling.
  • Demonstrated ability to work effectively with diverse constituents including faculty, staff, students, Foundation board of directors, and donors.
  • Demonstrated organization skills. Ability to coordinate projects/activities. Ability to manage multiple competing priorities and implement work schedule effectively. Ability to work well under pressure and to meet deadlines.
  • Excellent oral, written and interpersonal communication skills.
  • Excellent technical knowledge of computers, database software and its potential use in the development office.
  • Supervisory skills preferred.
  • Ability to coordinate projects/activities including managing volunteers.
  • Computer proficiency in Microsoft Office and Fundraising Database (Donor Perfect, ETapestry, Raiser's Edge preferred).
  • Must be positive, cooperative and supportive.



  • Hearing, speaking, visual acuity           
  • Mental Acuity
  • Repetitive Motion        
  • Standing and walking   



Work environment involves everyday risks or discomforts which require normal safety precautions typical of such places as office, meeting, and training rooms; use of safe work place practices with office equipment; computers for data entry and word processing; avoidance of trips and falls; observance of fire and building safety regulations; and observance of traffic signals when driving. Occasional travel to meetings, events and trainings.  May need to work occasional weekends and/or evenings.



This position will be placed on the 12 month Grade 9 college salary scale. Actual salary placement based on qualifications and experience. Position includes an excellent fringe benefit package.



Interested applicants must submit a resume, cover letter (including salary requirement), and a recent donor communication letter (excluding any donor and confidential information) emailed to, or mailed to Carroll Community College, Human Resources, 1601 Washington Road, Westminster, MD 21157. Candidates selected for an interview may be required to complete pre-employment skills assessments.

"Carroll Community College is committed to creating a diverse, equitable and inclusive environment. Carroll Community College is committed to Equal Opportunity Employment."