Joe Raedle/Getty Images, FILE(SAN JOSE, Calif) — Five teens in California were focused on a whole different definition of “swiping” as they used Tinder to rob and carjack unsuspecting men showing up for dates.At least 11 men were targeted by a group of five teenagers, including one juvenile, who were arrested for a host of armed robberies in San Jose, police announced Thursday.The group used the dating app Tinder to set up men for dates and then rob the victims when they showed up expecting a nice evening out.“The fraudulent Tinder user, with the profile names ‘Becky’ or ‘Victoria,’ set a date and location to meet the male victims,” San Jose police said in a statement. “The times and locations were usually in the late evening hours on secluded streets near a park. When the victim arrived at the location, they were beaten, robbed and carjacked at gunpoint by several masked suspects.”Bryan Gonzalez, 19; Jonathan Jimenez, 18; Lesly Portillo, 18; Yadira Villarreal, 19; and an unnamed 15-year-old were arrested for the armed robberies, which took place between March 16 and March 29.All five are from San Jose. The four adults are being held at Santa Clara County Jail, while the juvenile is being held at Santa Clara County Juvenile Hall.Charges against the five people include robbery, carjacking, auto theft and a hit and run, according to San Jose police.Police used surveillance footage to identify one of the suspects, leading to a break in the case, according to San Francisco ABC station KGO.Tinder warns users to meet for the first time at “a populated, public place – never in a private or remote location,” and “get to know users online/using the app before meeting them in person.”Copyright © 2019, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.
Meet or exceed goals for generating new planned givingrevenue.Meet or exceed goals for adding new members to the BellarmineSociety.Conduct a minimum of 100 personal visits per year to newplanned giving prospects and existing Bellarmine Societymembers.Produce high quality, effective marketing materials andcomplete all assigned marketing activities in a timely manner andon schedule.Develop and implement a plan to increase stewardship of plannedgiving society members. Experience soliciting and securing planned gift commitmentssuch as charitable bequests, beneficiary designations, giftsinvolving retirement plan assets and life insurance policies,charitable gift annuities, charitable remainder trusts, and otheroutright and deferred planned gifts.Ability to engage donors, understand their charitable andfinancial goals, and prepare charitable gift proposals for theplanned gift vehicle(s) that will best accomplish thosegoals.Knowledge of moves management in order to identify, qualify,cultivate and solicit planned giving prospects at appropriate giftlevelsExperience making cold calls and other introductory contacts tosecure appointments with prospects.An aptitude to network with and solicit high net worthindividuals.Excellent time management and organizational skills.Must excel at writing, interviewing and listening.Ability to effectively build and maintain productive andcollaborative relationships with internal and externalconstituents.Goal driven and self-motivated.Able to work well independently and with others.Commitment to the mission of Fairfield University.Ability to effectively communicate Fairfield University’smission and case for philanthropic support. Experience in highereducation fundraising is preferred.Proficiency with basic computer programs such as MicrosoftOffice.Experience with Raiser’s Edge (or other donor managementsoftware) and planned giving software (such as PG Calc orCrescendo) strongly preferred. 11. Promotes safe and secure working conditions. Thisinvolves: Develop a cultivation and solicitation strategy for eachprospect in order to secure new planned giving revenue and newBellarmine Society members (Fairfield’s planned givingsociety).Conduct timely moves management on all prospects in portfolioto maximize fundraising potential for the University.Ensure all assigned prospects receive at least one meaningfulcontact (phone call, email, letter or visit) per month as part ofthe qualification, cultivation and solicitation process. Thoroughlydocument all communications in Raiser’s Edge.Update and maintain donor database with interactions,opportunities, plans, and outcomes to produce comprehensiveunderstanding to be use in identifying prospect stages andreassignments.Provide ongoing stewardship to planned giving donors so thatplanned gift commitments remain in place.Solicit all assigned prospects for current gifts, ensuring allalumni are being solicited to help increase Alumni ParticipationRate.Help build a planned giving presence in other regions.Develop strategies to continuously identify new planned givingprospects.Work with Prospect Management and Senior Director on a regularbasis to identify prospects for reassignment to and out ofportfolio. Promoting efficiency and courtesy throughout the Universitycommunity.Participating in departmental/staff meetings asnecessary.Serving as a responsible committee representative asrequested.Communicating effectively with supervisor concerning pertinentmatters. Job Description:DIVISION: AdvancementDEPARTMENT: Planned GivingJOB SUMMARY: Fairfield University is seeking a dynamicAssistant Director of Planned Giving to join its multi-facetedplanned giving department within the University AdvancementDivision. The Assistant Director will play an integral part inachieving Advancement’s strategic goal of significantly increasingsupport through planned gifts from alumni, parents and friends ofthe University. The Assistant Director will report to the SeniorDirector of Planned Giving and will be responsible for managing aportfolio of prospects from qualification to stewardship,conducting visits, assisting with marketing and events, andachieving set metrics and goals.QUALIFICATIONSEDUCATION: Bachelor’s degree required.EXPERIENCE: At least 3 years of frontline fundraisingexperience is required, with a demonstrated ability to achieve andexceed goals. Knowledge of planned giving vehicles and experiencein soliciting and closing planned gifts is also required.Applicants who do not meet these requirements will not beconsidered.KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS: WORK CONDITIONS: Travel 50% or more per month to achievevisit and other goals is required, which involves local, regionaland some overnight travel and driving at night. Occasionalattendance at evening and weekend events required. Valid driver’slicense required.ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:1. Manage a portfolio of 75 -100 prospects: 2. Achieve metrics assigned to this position: 3. Assist the Senior Director in expanding the marketing program toeducate our constituents about the benefits of planned giving andto generate leads.4. Work with the Senior Director to increase stewardship outreachto existing Bellarmine Society members in order to sustain currentplanned gift commitments.5. Assist in planning the annual Bellarmine Society luncheon andother events such as seminars on estate and retirementplanning6. Participate in joint prospect visits with members of the MajorGifts and Annual Fund teams as necessary.7. Work with the Office of Alumni Relations to develop andimplement prospect engagement and solicitation strategies for the45th reunion through 50th reunion classes, and post-50th reunionclasses.8. Stay abreast of tax law changes and continuously enhanceknowledge of planed giving vehicles and benefits.9. Learn and continuously enhance knowledge and understanding ofFairfield’s mission, priorities, history, and characteristics ofalumni base.10. Participate in the professional development of the department.This involves: Promoting the proper utilization of equipment, tools, andmaterials.Notifying supervisor immediately regarding any unsafe workingconditions. 12. Performs other related duties as dictated by responsibilitiesor directed by supervisor.Duties may be changed and/or be added at any time.Disclaimer: The above information on this description has beendesigned to indicate the general nature and level of work performedby employees within this classification. It is not designed tocontain or be interpreted as a comprehensive inventory of allduties, responsibilities and qualifications required of employeesassigned to this job.Category:Advancement – AdminAll offers of employment are contingent upon a satisfactorybackground check.Fairfield University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Actionemployer, committed to excellence through diversity, and, in thisspirit, particularly welcomes applications from women, persons ofcolor, Veterans, and members of historically underrepresentedgroups. 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