18 Survey Results: Survey Questions and Responses Total FTE of fundraising professionals N=52 Minimum Maximum Mean Median Std Dev 0.2 4.2 1.70 1.20 1.11 Number N 0.5 4 0.5 3 0.75 1 1 15 1.2 3 1.5 4 1.75 1 2 8 2.75 1 3 6 4 4 4.2 1 5. Beginning with the position that is considered the chief or most senior LDO, please list the job titles for up to five professional-level library fundraising employees whose primary responsibilities include development activities (such as major gifts, foundations solicitations, etc.) specifically for your library. Indicate the percentage of their time spent on library fundraising (for example: Annual Giving Director, 100% Director of Development, 100% Direct Mail Coordinator, 75%, etc.), the title of the person(s) to whom each position reports, and their salary’s funding source (e.g., line item salary, soft funding—raised through private support, joint salary between university development and library, endowed funds, etc.) For percentage of time enter a whole number without a % sign. Include vacant positions currently under recruitment and those you expect to fill in the next 12 months. N=50 Chief/most senior LDO N=50 Job Title % of time Reports to Source of Salary Funding Assistant Dean for Advancement 100 Dean of Libraries & VP of Development (Major Gifts) 50/50 Libraries/Central Advancement Associate Dean for External Affairs 50 Dean of Libraries/Museums, and VP of Development 35% Library, 65% Central Associate University Librarian for Development 100 University Librarian & Vice Provost for Library Affairs Operating budget Chief Development Officer 100 Dean of Libraries University Research Foundation Coordinator for Stewardship and External Relations 100 Dean of Libraries Library funds Development Director 100 Library dean and University Foundation AVP 1/2 Library, 1/2 Foundation Development Director 100 Dean of Libraries and Vice Chancellor for Development Libraries 50%, Foundation 50% Development Manager 100 Libraries Dean University
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