Associate Director, Annual Giving

first_img Apply(This will open in a new window from which you will be automatically redirected to an external site after 5 seconds) Community Relations & Institutional Outreach Not specified Full Time jobs in Baltimore Ability to meet deadlines,establish priorities, set objectives, and achievegoals.Strong organizational skills and sound judgement aroundprioritizing many and sometimes competingobligations.Outstanding interpersonal skills with the ability tolisten and respond appropriately to donor and staff inquiries andconcerns.Excellent computer skills (Word, Excel, PowerPoint) andability to learn new software as needed.Thrive in high-energyenvironments that often have short deadlines and shiftingpriorities.Have the ability to workindependently as well as on a team.Ability to provide solid customer service whileunderstanding the boundaries around confidentiality and protectedpatient information.Strong organizational and prioritizing skills withability to stay calm under pressure when handling multipletasks; Twitter LinkedIn Johns Hopkins University Save Reputation Marketing Manager You need to sign in or create an account to save HomewoodCampus The Associate Director, Annual Giving for HomewoodUndergraduate Giving in the centrally-based Office of Annual Giving(OAG) reports to the Director of Strategic & DivisionalPriorities in OAG.The Associate Director, Homewood Undergraduate Givingis a member of the Strategic andDivisional Priorities team within OAG. Fast-paced and highlyvariable, this role is best suited for an individual with deftinterpersonal skills and collaborative instincts, high adaptabilityand creativity, strong communicative abilities, and intellectualcuriosity. The Associate Director serves as a strategic partner andservice provider focusing primarily on growing undergraduate alumniparticipation and revenue for the two flagship schools ofundergraduate education at Johns Hopkins University—the KriegerSchool of Arts & Sciences and the Whiting School ofEngineering, as well as Blue JaysUnlimited.The Office of Annual Giving isa growing team that currently consists of 8 colleagues who provideannual giving services to the nine schools of the university,various departments of Johns Hopkins Medicine, and several centersand institutes, totaling over 25 partners. These annual givingservices include developing comprehensive and integratedsolicitation strategies that are optimal for each development unitand are data-driven. Like all offices and units in Development andAlumni Relations (DAR), OAG is committed to a donor-directedphilanthropy philosophy.SpecificResponsibilities:Working closely with the Head of OAG and the Director ofStrategic & Divisional priorities, the Associate Director willpartner with assigned Homewood units to develop and implement acomprehensive annual giving strategy based on institutional andunit goals.Determine strategy for assigned projects and partner withthe Integrated Marketing team to develop project deliverables andtimelines. 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Anyvaccinations required for these diseases will be given at no costin our Occupational Health office.Equal Opportunity EmployerNote: Job Postings are updated daily and remain online untilfilled.EEO is the LawLearn more:https://www1.eeoc.gov/employers/upload/eeoc_self_print_poster.pdfImportant legal informationhttp://hrnt.jhu.edu/legal.cfm Salary Not Specified Salary Not Specified Salary Not Specified More searches like this Reputation Marketing Manager Johns Hopkins University Johns Hopkins University Facebook Maryland, United States Administrative Not specified Full Time jobs in Baltimore Save Enrollment Marketing Specialist Meet regularly with unitpartners to discuss year to date results, upcoming projects, andkey unit initiatives.Proactively manage againstinstitutional and unit goals, partnering with the Data Analyticsteam to create meaningful reports that support data-driven decisionmaking.Execute email campaigns. Thisincludes email campaign set-up, scheduling, testing and deployment.Analyze and report on campaign performance, including insights andrecommendations for improving results.Review data sets, develop andexecute mail strategies. The Assoc. Director will be assignedHomewood undergraduate segments for management. S/he will beresponsible for reviewing plans, data output, andpackage.Know the audiences of eachsegment through analysis of data for trends, habits, andcharacteristic that with strategic marketing, can develop or shiftinto upgraded donors, new donors or donors with consecutivegiving.Other duties as assigned by theDirector of Strategic & DivisionalPriorities.Qualifications:Bachelor’s degree and three years of related experiencein direct mail and digital marketing for development and alumnirelations, non-profit media and/orcommunications.PreferredQualifications:Comfortable working in a complex, multi-divisional,results-oriented, fast environment. 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Is Your Business A Century Old?

first_imgIs Your Business A Century Old?If Yes, Then The Secretary of State Is Looking For You!Program Honors Vermont’s Centennial BusinessesMontpelier. Secretary of State Deb Markowitz has put out a call for nominations for the 2009 Vermont Centennial Business Awards. This program, a joint project of the Secretary of State’s office, the Vermont Chamber of Commerce, and the Vermont Business Magazine, honors businesses that have operated in Vermont for at least 100 years.Secretary Markowitz said, “Any business that has been in operation in Vermont for 100 years or more can participate in the awards program by filling out an application and providing verification of its business start date.” Vermont’s centennial businesses will be presented with a plaque at an awards ceremony in March.”It is important to recognize Vermont’s businesses for their longevity,” said Secretary Markowitz. “It takes a tremendous amount of dedication to keep a business active for 100 years. The Vermont Centennial Business Award acknowledges Vermont’s oldest businesses for enriching our economic heritage. This program deepens our understanding of how Vermont’s businesses have enhanced our community life during the last 100 years.”Deadline for applications is January 16, 2009. For more information about the awards program and to obtain an application, contact Ginny Colbert at 802-828-2148 or [email protected](link sends e-mail) or visit the Vermont Centennial Business Awards page on the Secretary of State’s website: http://www.sec.state.vt.us/centennial_business.html(link is external)###last_img read more

Governor Wolf’s Prescription Drug Monitoring Program Celebrates Reduction of Opioid Over-Prescribing in First Year

first_img SHARE Email Facebook Twitter Press Release,  Public Health,  Public Safety,  Substance Use Disorder Harrisburg, PA – Governor Tom Wolf today recognized the more than 93,000 users registered with Pennsylvania’s Prescription Drug Monitoring Program (PDMP), who have helped reduce the number of patients “doctor-shopping” for Schedule II-IV controlled substance prescription drugs in the past year.“In its first year, we have seen an incredible 86 percent drop in patients ‘doctor-shopping’ because of professionals using the PDMP,” Governor Wolf said. “It has played a key role in increasing communication to not only reduce the number of unnecessarily prescribed opioids and benzodiazepines, but also getting patients with substance abuse disorders the help they need. In September, the PDMP will become even stronger with the launch of a new initiative that connects it to patients’ electronic health records, providing near-instant access to critical prescription history.”The practice known as “doctor-shopping” is defined as a patient visiting five or more prescribers and pharmacies for Schedule II-IV medications, such as opioids and benzodiazepines, in a three-month period. The PDMP collects Schedule II-V controlled-substance prescription data and stores it in a secure database only available to health care professionals and others as authorized by law. This system also assists prescribers in referring patients with the disease of addiction to an appropriate treatment program.In the past 12 months, over 93,000 users registered with the PDMP. The program’s database has averaged over 1.1 million searches monthly since its inception – even achieving 53,000 searches on a weekday.“The PDMP has proven to be an effective tool for stopping the disease of addiction before it starts,” Dr. Rachel Levine, Acting Health Secretary and Physician General, said. “Ensuring that medication is prescribed safely and effectively saves lives.”The PDMP currently has interstate data-sharing abilities that allow prescribers and pharmacists to see if patients have filled controlled substance prescriptions in Connecticut, Illinois, Louisiana, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New York, Ohio, South Carolina, Virginia, West Virginia, and Washington D.C. Additionally, a one-way sharing connection has been established with Maryland, enabling its program users to search Pennsylvania’s PDMP.Starting in September, the PDMP will begin integrating with electronic health records and pharmacy management systems of all eligible healthcare entities in Pennsylvania. This will provide near-instant and seamless access to critical prescription history information to both prescribers and pharmacists across the commonwealth.To date, the administration has:Developed more than 45 treatment centers that will treat more than 11,000 individuals with substance use disorder.Expanded Medicaid to more Pennsylvanians, which now covers substance use disorder care for over 125,000 more Pennsylvanians.Secured a $26.5 million federal grant to support prevention, treatment, and recovery services to battle the opioid epidemic.Grew the number of drug-take back boxes to 665 and destroyed more than 300,000  pounds  of drugs.Equipped law enforcement, first responders, and schools with the overdose-reversing antidote naloxone, reversing nearly 4,000  heroin and opioid overdoses since 2014.Strengthened the use of the Prescription Drug Monitoring Program, which enables health care providers to safely prescribe controlled substances to their patients. 93,000 authorized users have conducted more than 10 million searches since the program became operational in August 2016.To date, more than 15,000 Pennsylvanians have contacted a statewide helpline for assistance. 1-800-662-HELP is available 24/7 for those who need immediate assistance with drug and alcohol problems to talk with a person who can help.Pennsylvania residents and PDMP users can request information by contacting the PDMP office at [email protected] more information, please browse the PDMP website for the latest updates at www.doh.pa.gov/PDMP. Governor Wolf’s Prescription Drug Monitoring Program Celebrates Reduction of Opioid Over-Prescribing in First Yearcenter_img August 31, 2017last_img read more