Student Ambassador-Development Office, NDlistens
The University Relations Division invites you to explore the world of fundraising through its call center, which provides another way for the University to stay in touch with its alumni, parents and friends. This position is set over the academic year and is looking for enthusiastic students who have a strong desire to be ambassadors of Notre Dame. Student Ambassadors work in close collaboration with the managers of NDlistens and the entire Development office in executing the department’s engagement strategy.
Student Ambassadors' main focus is to listen to, learn from, and love the Notre Dame Family beyond the Dome. By representing the University and maintaining relationships, Student Ambassadors play a critical role in determining the success of NDlistens' operations.
Lastly, NDlistens boasts of a tight-knit community with an emphasis on mentor-ship, a chance to engage and represent the University, and finally, a unique opportunity to work closely with teams throughout University Relations.
Duties and Responsibilities:
Meet the six to eight hours per week requirement
Act as representatives of the University
Understand and implement the goals of each Development campaign
Stay up to date on University news
Attend fundraising training sessions provided by the Development office
At all times, the Student Ambassador will subscribe to and abide by the University Core Values:
Integrity: Demonstrates ethical and honest behavior that displays a high moral standard. Widely trusted, respectful, and honorable.
Accountability: Takes responsibility and ownership for decisions, actions, and results. Accountable for both how and what is accomplished.
Teamwork: Works cooperatively as a member of a team and is committed to the overall team objectives rather than own interests.
Leadership in Mission: Understands and accepts, and supports the Catholic mission of the University and fosters values consistent with that mission.
Leadership in Excellence: Demonstrates energy and commitment to improving results, takes initiatives often involving calculated risks while considering the common good.
Position Available: 1
Must be a current ND student
Must have proficiency of current office computer hardware / software including but not limited to: Microsoft Office, Google, and other office management products.
Must be confident and enthusiastic; possess exceptional organizational skills; have highly developed verbal and written communications skills; demonstrate excellent interpersonal skills; dependable; be willing to make multiple “cold calls” to benefactors or prospects; and bring a sense of goodwill and optimism to work everyday.
Hours per week: 8
Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday;flexible 2 hour shifts on Sundays (3:30pm-7:30pm) and Mondays-Thursdays (5:30pm-9:30pm)
Hourly Rate: $10.15
Please complete the application here: https://goo.gl/forms/zZcV1AMjodv9Tm4d2
Manager Name: Leah Corachea
Phone: (574) 631-0864