Assistant Director of Annual Giving and Volunteer Engagement

The Coordinator of Annual Giving and Volunteer Engagement is responsible for successful
fundraising for the College’s annual funds, and volunteer activities for the College’s Office of
Advancement. The Coordinator of Annual Giving and Volunteer Engagement is part of an
annual giving team that directs, manages and coordinates a comprehensive program for
increasing unrestricted financial support and volunteer participation for the College.


  • Designs, oversees and analyzes effective and sustainable annual fund-raising activities and
    related programs to reach ambitious annual goals for the PC Fund and the Scotsman Club
  • Oversees scheduling and coordination of select annual giving appeals.
  • Designs and implements strategies to increase alumni participation rate.
  • Works with volunteers to increase outreach and philanthropic giving.
  • Works with Director of Alumni Engagement to increase alumni participation through the Class Agent Program
  • Collaborate with the Director of Alumni Relations to lead the fundraising efforts of the 50 th Class Reunion campaigns.
  • Assist with creating and implementing compelling data-driven solicitations for all annual giving campaigns.
  • Designs and executes a successful student philanthropy campaign.
  • Lead efforts to execute the annual Presbyterian College Volunteer Leaders Conference
  • Research current annual giving trends in order to implement initiatives that will help drive
    fundraising success
  • Other related duties as assigned.

Minimum Qualifications:
The Coordinator of Annual Giving and Volunteer Engagement must be a passionate, high-
energy individual with a proven record of meeting ambitious goals, accomplishment in strategic
written and oral communications, and strong partnerships with colleagues. He/She must be a
person of strong character and leadership abilities and excellent communication and human
relations skills to represent the College effectively with its alumni and other external
constituents. Candidates should be organized, able to work collaboratively and strategically, be
a talented motivator of colleagues and volunteers. The Coordinator must also work some
weekends and evenings. The successful candidate must have a bachelor’s degree from an
accredited institution. The ideal candidate must have an appreciation and respect for the
mission and values of Presbyterian College.

Reports to the Director of Development

Send a cover letter, résumé and list of three references including contact information to
Presbyterian College Office of Human Resources, 503 S. Broad St., Clinton, SC 29325 or email
materials to

Presbyterian College is an Equal Opportunity Employer. The College seeks to hire the most
qualified candidate and does not discriminate against any legally protected class.