About Zaytuna College
Zaytuna College is America’s first accredited Muslim liberal arts college that offers undergraduate and graduate degrees. A central goal of the College is to reintegrate the once vital and influential voice of Muslim thought and erudition back into the ongoing conversation of great ideas, which is informed largely by shifting Western values, and to do so within the context of our new, globalized society and in the manner articulated by the College’s mission statement: “to educate and prepare morally committed professionals, intellectuals, and spiritual leaders, who are grounded in the Islamic scholarly tradition and conversant with the cultural currents and critical ideas shaping modern society.
Charged with dramatically increasing both the quality and size of the Zaytuna College prospect pool, the Office of Development plays a key role in the overall growth of private philanthropy for this unique institution.
The associate regional directors will be based in their respective regions and deployed within those regions to engage existing donors and new prospects to eventually solicit funds for the College. The position requires approximately 50% to 70% travel to originate prospect/donor activity and to raise both leadership annual and major gifts from a broad spectrum of College constituents. The associate regional director needs to work cooperatively with colleagues across the College. This position carries a portfolio of approximately 150 qualified prospects and makes a minimum of 100 face-to-face visits per year.
Roles and Responsibilities
With broad latitude for independent judgment, and in coordination with the director and the chief development officer, the associate regional director has the following the primary day-to-day responsibilities. These are not exclusive or all-inclusive.