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add to favorites Assistant Director for Development
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The University of Texas at Austin is currently seeking applications for an Assistant Director for Development.

Monthly salary $4,000 negotiable depending on qualifications.

Purpose of Position
To identify, cultivate, solicit, and steward major gifts from foundations to benefit the College of Natural Sciences. As requested, develop and manage special giving campaigns for the college.

Essential Functions
Serve as college point person for all foundation matters. Develop case for college's funding initiatives and solicit major gifts from foundations/corporate foundations to fund initiatives. Utilize databases and research tools to identify funding opportunities. Develop and present comprehensive proposals to foundations. Work with college, department, and unit leadership to strategize on foundation proposals. Work with assoc dean and University Development Office Foundation Relation's director Cultivate relationships and maintain ongoing contact with foundations through face-to-face visits (as appropriate), phone, email and other forms. Carry a portfolio of foundations and meet goals for foundation contacts, proposals and awards. Maintain system of documentation regarding contacts and proposal submittals. Steward foundation donors and provide required foundation reporting. Write foundation proposals. Work with program administrators and faculty to gather necessary content for proposals. Develop compelling cases for support. Ensure foundation proposal guidelines are followed. Develop and maintain college and university information commonly required for foundation proposals. Host foundation representatives on campus visits. As needed, travel for in-person visits with foundation prospects. Make the required three-visits per day for out-of-town travel as appropriate. Coordinate with development associate on visit and travel planning. As requested, develop and manage special giving campaigns. Liaise with college departments and units on campaigns. Develop case statements, proposals, and gift agreements. Draft and direct correspondence. Make solicitations. Facilitate relationships with special giving prospects through face-to-face visits (as appropriate), phone, email and other forms of contact. Maintain system of documentation regarding contacts and proposal submittals. Steward special giving donors and special campaigns. Work with other university development professionals and the University Development Office to coordinate development activities and projects in complete accordance with university development policies. Operate within the prospect management system. Collaborate with college and development professionals to support interdisciplinary projects and to maintain collegial working relationships. Participate in appropriate development meetings and college/university events.

For further information and to apply to this job visit the following link: http://www.utexas.edu/jobs
add to favorites Assistant Director for Development
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The University of Texas at Austin is currently seeking applications for an Assistant Director for Development.

Monthly salary $4,583 negotiable depending on qualifications.

Purpose of Position
As a member of the Engineering Foundation's Major Gift Team, work to develop and implement plans to identify, solicit and secure major gifts from individuals, foundations, and corporations to benefit the Cockrell School of Engineering.

Essential Functions
Develops major gifts from individuals and entities they represent, such as corporations or foundations, by maintaining a vigorous schedule of contact with prospective donors. Assesses, solicits, closes and stewards gifts from both existing and prospective donors, many of whom have not been contacted before. Using the University's Donor Prospect Management System, develops and manages a portfolio of prospects with updated contact reports, proposal strategy and proposal tracking. Develops compelling giving strategies. Cultivates relationships with donors. Asks for gifts personally or as part of a team (for example, with another Development Officer, the Dean, Departmental Chair, President, or volunteer). Prepares and coordinates briefings for donor visits. Establishes relationships with key faculty, administrative staff, alumni, and volunteers to further the goals of the development program. Works as part of a development team in all phases of the development cycle.

For further information and to apply to this job visit the following link: http://www.utexas.edu/jobs
add to favorites Development Research Analyst
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UC San Francisco in San Francisco, California is seeking a Development Research Analyst.

The UCSF Foundation and University Development & Alumni Relations (UDAR) are responsible for fostering and strengthening campus outreach efforts to UCSF constituents and for garnering private support for the campus; for formal acceptance and administration of all private gifts to the university through the UC Regents and the UCSF Foundation; and, for managing all alumni relations activities and campus events. In raising private support, UDAR identifies, qualifies, solicits, and stewards donors to UCSF schools, its medical center, departments and programs.

The Development Research Analyst researches, analyzes, evaluates, and manages information in an ongoing effort to expand the pipeline of prospective donors critical to the support of the university’s fundraising priorities. To facilitate UDAR’s prospect development objectives, the incumbent will research and compile comprehensive profiles on donors, potential donors and others of interest to UCSF, using standard biographical and financial resources.

This specialized research creates opportunities for interaction among fund-raisers, senior university administrators, and major donors and prospects, including corporate and foundation executives, government officials and public personalities and will perform other duties as assigned.

For further information and to apply to this job visit the following link: http://www.ucsfhr.ucsf.edu/careers/
add to favorites Director of Development, Biomedical Science - Fundraiser III
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UC San Francisco in San Francisco, California is seeking a Director of Development, Biomedical Science - Fundraiser III.

The UCSF Foundation and the Office of University Development and Alumni Relations (UDAR) are responsible for fostering and strengthening the campus outreach efforts to UCSF constituents and for garnering private support for the campus. In raising private support, UDAR identifies, qualifies, solicits and stewards donors for the schools, medical centers, departments and programs on campus; for formal acceptance and administration of all private gifts to the university through The Regents or the UCSF Foundation; and for managing all alumni relations activities, campus support group activities and campus events. The UDAR office staffs the UCSF Foundation. The office is also responsible for the design and implementation of fundraising campaigns for UCSF. The Director of Development for Biomedical Sciences occupies a key position in UCSF’s development and alumni relations program and in the School of Medicine. The Director is one of the fundraising officers for the department, and is responsible for managing a comprehensive development program to garner private gifts from key constituents that address the funding priorities and objectives determined in conjunction with the Dean. Activities include: major and principal gift fundraising, with responsibility for the range of development functions focused on the identification, cultivation, solicitation, proposal writing and stewardship of individual prospects and donors, corporations, and foundations rated at $100,000 and higher, with an emphasis on those with a gift potential of $1 million or more; and management, serving as a development strategist on the UDAR team and as a member of appropriate UDAR committees such as Prospect Management and Campaign Management; and perform other duties as assigned.

For further information and to apply to this job visit the following link: http://www.ucsfhr.ucsf.edu/careers/
add to favorites Assistant Vice President, Schools and Programs
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University of Chicago in Chicago, Illinois is seeking an Assistant Vice President, Schools and Programs.

Assistant Vice President, Schools and Programs:

Works directly with schools and deans as well as units and program directors to coordinate overall development efforts to support schools, units and program areas more effectively. Coordinates resources and activity. Creates best practices and implements an execution-oriented University advancement program. Leads and manages the creation and implementation of strategy for the identification, cultivation, solicitation and gift closure of the priority individual major and principal gift prospects in coordination and collaboration with ARD staff, Schools and Programs leadership, Trustees and other volunteers.

Works with the Schools and Programs leaders, ARD staff, faculty, Trustees, philanthropists and other volunteers to create a comprehensive, multi-year strategic advancement plan. Directs the implementation of the plan to meet annual and long-term goals. Uses programmatic components to engage potential donors and create opportunities for donor support. Conceptualizes communications and outreach activities to promote, cultivate and recognize top donors. Directs, monitors and evaluates the implementation of a comprehensive Schools and Programs communications plan. Serves as a key spokesperson for Schools and Programs and its initiatives as needed. Builds relationships with prospective donors, Trustees, other volunteers and University leaders through visits, events, correspondence and regular calls. Solicits gifts and negotiates complex gift discussions.

Oversees all fundraising efforts in collaboration and coordination with ARD. Serves as a lead strategist or University Relationship Manager (URM) for a pool of top prospective donors on behalf of and for the benefit of the entire University. Coordinates with departments in ARD to maximize mutually beneficial fundraising results and report on them. Actively sets a professional example for staff leadership of other strategic priorities of the University. Manages budget and staff to execute these responsibilities in an efficient, timely and cost-effective manner.

Seeks opportunities for professional development that will enhance job performance. Performs other duties as assigned.

For further information and to apply to this job visit the following link:
https://jobopportunities.uchicago.edu
add to favorites Director/Senior Director, Alumni Affairs
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University of Chicago in Chicago, Illinois is seeking a Director/Senior Director, Alumni Affairs.

Director/Senior Director, Alumni Affairs: As senior leader in Development and Alumni Affairs, the Director is responsible for identifying and leveraging engagement opportunities for all alumni markets. The primary responsibility of this position is developing and implementing a strategic plan for volunteer management and engagement for the Chicago and other alumni markets. Major areas of focus include major areas: alumni organizations, student-alumni relations, Booth council relations, events, reunions and communications. Equally important will be the ability for this person to drive and coordinate the core strategy across all regions to ensure a consistent message for engaging alumni globally.

PRINICIPAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
- Plan, organize and support alumni-based organizations and activities around the world
- Set and define metrics to track alumni engagement.
- Plan, organize and implement a volunteer management strategy to support the alumni groups around the world.
- Oversee communication to alumni including collaborations with the Dean's office, Booth Marketing and the Development Department.
- Prepare strategies for alumni components of fundraising for events including reunions, roundtables and various conferences and luncheon events.
- Manage the events department for Alumni Development. Assure alignment of events with the goals and objectives of the A/D department and Booth.
- Work closely with Senior Director of Operations to ensure accurate Alumni data systems, plan for future enhancements and maintenance to ensure complete, accurate and accessible data.
- Provide leadership to the alumni affairs office staff (currently 5 direct reports.)
- Plan and manage the alumni affairs office fundraising goals and budget including the planning and implementation of the class gifts and reunion.
- Plan and the alumni affairs office budget.
- Oversee development of a market/business plan for the Chicago alumni market that increases alumni engagement and measures success.
- Create partnering opportunities with the University and peer schools.

For further information and to apply to this job visit the following link:
https://jobopportunities.uchicago.edu
add to favorites Senior Associate Director, Individual Giving
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University of Chicago in Chicago, Illinois is seeking a Senior Associate Director, Individual Giving.

Senior Associate Director, Individual Giving: Plan and implement strategies for a coordinated program of fundraising activities on campus or in a designated geographical region. Identify, qualify, cultivate, solicit and steward a portfolio of current and potential donors with the capacity to make gifts in excess of $100,000. Travel frequently within assigned regions to meet with prospects and donors. Determine creative cultivation and solicitation strategies. Collaborate with deans and faculty, and coordinate with other development and alumni relations staff. Plan and organize several off-campus cultivation events per year for small groups of high-level donors. Work effectively and collaboratively with internal and external partners to achieve development goals and objectives. Prioritize, qualify and manage a defined set of prospects with capacity to make major gifts. Draft compelling letters and proposals. Provide contact reports. Deliver timely and effective follow-up to prospects and donors. Participate in the formation of department objectives and strategies. Typically solicit gifts of $50,000 and above.

This position is based in Chicago but will require a minimum of 50% travel.

PRINCIPAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
- Manage a portfolio of approximately 150 prospects while actively focusing on developing strong relationships with the top 25.
- Meet or exceed activity goals for prospect visits, qualifications, solicitations and funds raised.
- In conjunction with the Chicago Booth stewardship department, create and administer stewardship plans.
- Identify and contact additional prospects through Chicago Booth research, prospect management, and personal referrals.
- Record all prospect actions and activities in the University Prospect Management System.
- Collaborate with Chicago Booth departments (Annual Fund, Career Services, Admissions, Global Initiatives, etc.) on donor and prospect cultivation activities.
- Prepare and negotiate the annual regional budget. Monitor expenditures to ensure compliance with University policy and provide timely reporting.
- Attend evening and weekend functions, as necessary.

For further information and to apply to this job visit the following link:
https://jobopportunities.uchicago.edu
add to favorites Assistant Director of Advancement - College of Engineering
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University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign in Champaign, Illinois is seeking an Assistant Director of Advancement - College of Engineering.

The College of Engineering Office of Advancement invites applications and nominations for an Assistant Director of Advancement to support the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering (CEE).

The College of Engineering at Illinois is among the world's most prestigious and largest engineering institutions, with more than 70,000 alumni. The CEE department is one of the largest departments and enjoys an outstanding international reputation for excellence in undergraduate and graduate education, and for research that improves the quality of life in our nation and around the world. Alumni of this Department share a history of innovation and technological achievement.

Responsibilities

The successful candidate will support advancement activities in the Department of CEE, with primary responsibility for development activities. He/she will be responsible for fundraising activities and implementation of the department's strategic plans to increase private giving to the department supported. Most of the Assistant Director's efforts will be devoted to identifying, cultivating, soliciting, and stewarding major gift prospects and donors.

In addition, he/she will be responsible for gift stewardship and periodic special project fundraising initiatives. The position will require substantial travel of approximately 50% time throughout the United States.

For further information and to apply to this job visit the following link:
https://jobs.illinois.edu
add to favorites Assistant Director of Development - Student Affairs
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University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign in Champaign, Illinois is seeking an Assistant Director of Development - Student Affairs.

The University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign seeks a full-time Assistant Director of Development to secure private support for the Division of Student Affairs programs. This individual will serve as a member of the advancement team in the Office of the Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs and will report to the Assistant Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs Advancement.

Consisting of many departments, including but not limited to the Assembly Hall, Career Center, Student Conflict Resolution, Counseling Center, Campus Recreation, Dean of Students, Housing and Dining, Illini Union, McKinley Health Center, and the Office of Minority Student Affairs, Office of Inclusion and Intercultural Relations (OIIR), Illinois Leadership Center, Student Affairs provides quality programs, services, facilities and living environments that create the Illinois experience at Urbana-Champaign which empowers students to achieve the greatest potential in their personal and academic development.

For further information and to apply to this job visit the following link:
https://jobs.illinois.edu
add to favorites Senior Director of Development
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Ohio State University in Columbus, Ohio is seeking a Senior Director of Development.

Target Salary $105,000 - $120,000 Annually

The Sr. Director of Advancement will serve as city manager and chief advancement officer for the Cleveland metropolitan market and surrounding Northeast Ohio areas with primary responsibility for expanding both the size and capacity of the University’s major donor prospect pool, with special emphasis on gifts of $100,000 or more; works in partnership with the college/unit advancement officers for maximum effectiveness; partners with the alumni association, marketing communications, and advancement events teams to increase the effectiveness of broad-based engagement activities including alumni and constituent outreach, cultivation events, and annual giving; personally manages a portfolio of major gift prospects; and helps organize, guide, and manage volunteer activity in assigned markets.Position works from home and reliable transportation is required.

For further information and to apply to this job visit the following link:
http://jobs.osu.edu/
add to favorites Associate Vice Chancellor for University Development
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UC San Diego in San Diego, California is seeking an Associate Vice Chancellor for University Development.

Reporting to the Vice Chancellor External and Business Affairs (VCEBA) the Associate Vice Chancellor for University Development (AVCUD) serves as the primary Development Officer for the General Campus and Marine Sciences, as the team leader for General Campus and Marine Sciences development officers, and core member of the VCEBA's leadership team. Working with the VCEBA and Associate Vice Chancellor for Development, Health Sciences (AVCDHS), the Senior Executive Director of Development, Advancement and Central Programs (SEDOD-ACP), and the Senior Executive Director of Development, Principal Gifts (SEDOD-PG) the AVCUD develops short- and long- term strategies for ongoing fund raising initiatives for the University including specialized and campus-wide capital campaigns. This position plays an instrumental role in planning for campus priorities in conjunction with the campus-wide fundraising initiatives. Acts as the liaison to University communications and marketing programs and with the central development team to create a customer centered development operation.

This position has the primary responsibility of providing leadership and overall program strategy in planning, coordinating principal and major gifts and implementing fund raising programs in the department of Development and complete oversight for the general campus and marine sciences fund raising programs for the academic vice chancellors and deans, as well as donor volunteer leadership, in defining university priorities and in recommending appropriate courses of action to increase philanthropic support for the university through targeted efforts and campus-wide campaigns. Leadership responsibilities will include principal gifts, major gifts, annual fund, prospect pipeline, and development of individual and programmatic strategies. Has significant management responsibilities for the General Campus and Marine Sciences fund raising staff by providing strong leadership and supervision. The AVCUD will create and update all data in regard to the department’s financial achievements, campaign tracking and goal setting. Works directly with administration, faculty and staff to identify programs and donors for funding opportunities, to strategize and facilitate opportunities for major gift fund raising through other Directors of Development and their own donor portfolio and to create environments that will enhance communication and encourage collaboration between General Campus departments.

For further information and to apply to this job visit the following link:
http://jobs.ucsd.edu/bulletin/default.aspx
add to favorites Director of Development, Ophthalmology
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UC San Diego in San Diego, California is seeking a Director of Development, Ophthalmology.

UC San Diego is an academic powerhouse and economic engine, recognized as one of the top 10 public universities by U.S. News & World Report and ranked number one in the nation for public service by the Washington Monthly. Our location is unparalleled, our impact unmistakable. UC San Diego shapes minds, changes lives, launches industries and builds the future...one student, one discovery and one achievement at a time. Visit www.ucsd.edu for more information.

The Shiley Eye Center is the only academic institution in the San Diego area with comprehensive programs for the clinical care of patients with eye disorders, cutting edge research on surgical techniques and treatments of eye diseases, education in the field of ophthalmology and innovative outreach to the community. http://shileyeye.ucsd.edu/index.htm

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Under the direction of the Sr. Executive Director, Capital Initiatives, the Director of Development, Ophthalmology is responsible for securing major gifts ($100,000 and above) for Ophthalmology and related clinical and research activities in addition to projects identified as priorities by Health Sciences. The Director of Development manages a prospect/donor portfolio in various stages of identification, qualification, cultivation, solicitation and stewardship. Special emphasis is placed on creating and implementing strategies for successful solicitations and building strategic relationships with academic and medical center faculty and staff. The Director of Development collaborates closely with colleagues in both Health Sciences and Central Development and serves on additional committees and task forces as requested by the Sr. Executive Director, Capital Initiatives.

Additionally, the Director of Development is responsible for increasing fundraising dollars and donors over a 5 year period and participatinge in the next UC San Diego campaign. Develops gift opportunities consistent with campaign priorities and in line with UC San Diego policies. Fulfills other development responsibilities as they relate to the total University Development Program and Campaign initiatives.

Incumbent works collaboratively with other University Development and Health Sciences Development Officers, as well as members of Health Science Development units including Health Sciences Events, Annual and Special Giving, and the Principal Gifts Program, and with members of Central Development's Corporate and Foundation Relations, and the Office of Gift Planning.

For further information and to apply to this job visit the following link:
http://jobs.ucsd.edu/bulletin/default.aspx
add to favorites Assistant Director, Alumni Programs for the Division of Social Sciences
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UC San Diego in San Diego, California is seeking an Assistant Director, Alumni Programs for the Division of Social Sciences.

Hiring Salary Range: $50,722 - $60,000 /year

The Assistant Director, Alumni Programs for the Division of Social Sciences is responsible for the development, planning, management and evaluation of Social Sciences alumni programs that advance the mission and goals of the UCSD Alumni and Constituent Engagement (ACE) and the Division of Social Sciences. This position reports directly to the Senior Director of Alumni Affairs and works in close collaboration with the Dean of Social Sciences and other members of the External Relations team (development and communications) in the Division of Social Sciences. The primary responsibility of the Assistant Director is to facilitate alumni activities specifically designed to create meaningful relationships between alumni, the Division of Social Sciences and students, and to foster a life-long engagement with and commitment to the University.

The incumbent will engage the alumni community in activities and programs defined by ACE and the Division of Social Sciences; manage the information and data pertaining to alumni participation, propensities, and general contact; examine alumni interactions with the Division of Social Sciences and provide constructive mechanisms to engage alumni; develop annual unit plan that cascades from the institutional Alumni Affairs strategic plan and annual goals; foster strong working relationship with the Social Sciences Development team and Central units (Individual Giving, Prospect Management, and Major Gifts) to advance alumni participation goals; and provide input for the creation and dissemination of relevant and timely communication in collaboration with the Marketing and Communication colleagues in ACE and the Division of Social Sciences in order to promote programs and events.

~~Weekend/evening work and travel required.

~~Must have access to reliable transportation.

For further information and to apply to this job visit the following link:
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add to favorites Sr Director of Development, Rady School of Mgmt
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UC San Diego in San Diego, California is seeking a Sr Director of Development, Rady School of Mgmt.

UC San Diego is an academic powerhouse and economic engine, recognized as one of the top 10 public universities by U.S. News & World Report and ranked number one in the nation for public service by the Washington Monthly. Our location is unparalleled, our impact unmistakable. UC San Diego shapes minds, changes lives, launches industries and builds the future...one student, one discovery and one achievement at a time. Visit www.ucsd.edu for more information.

The Rady School of Management at UC San Diego is a professional school within one of the top-ranked institutions in the U.S. for higher education and research. UC San Diego's lineage includes 16 Nobel Laureates (former and current faculty) and eight MacArthur Foundation award recipients. The Rady School is at the nexus of this research, development and innovation — it underlies our curriculum and our academic model. For more information visit: http://rady.ucsd.edu/

Senior Director of Development is an ideal opportunity for someone seeking a leadership role in development, in a fast paced environment, partner with a visionary and energetic Dean and leading faculty members, and play an important role in raising the visibility and impact of the Rady School of Management.

For further information and to apply to this job visit the following link:
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add to favorites Director Of Development
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UC Irvine in Irvine, California is seeking a Director Of Development.

Reporting to the Director of the Samueli Center, the Director of Development will develop strategies to generate and increase support to the Susan Samueli Center for Integrative Medicine. The Director of Development will be responsible for implementing and managing prospects in the gift range of $5,000 to $50,000. With the Director and Chair of the Leadership Council, the DoD will be responsible for identifying, cultivating, and recruiting new members of the Leadership Council. The DoD will coordinate and be responsible for the Center's Annual Fund. The DoD will work closely with the volunteers, faculty, administrators and staff to promote and support Center programs and priorities and achieve its annual fundraising goals.

For further information and to apply to this job visit the following link: http://www.uci.edu/employment.php
add to favorites Executive Director, Parents Fundraising
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Columbia University in the City of New York is seeking an Executive Director, Parents Fundraising.

Reporting to the Senior Executive Director for Development, Columbia College and Arts & Sciences, the Executive Director for Parents Fundraising provides leadership and strategic direction for the Columbia College Parents Fundraising Program, including personal solicitation, volunteer management, direct mail, telemarketing, interactive communications and parent stewardship of the annual fundraising program, and leadership for developing a Parents fundraising initiative for major and principal gift prospects for Columbia College.

For further information and to apply to this job visit the following link:
https://jobs.columbia.edu
add to favorites Assistant Director, Development and Alumni Affairs
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Columbia University in the City of New York is seeking an Assistant Director, Development and Alumni Affairs.

The Assistant Director, Development and Alumni Affairs is responsible for organizing and implementing Columbia Athletics Special Events and for select varsity sports program events at the discretion of the Director, Intercollegiate Athletics and Physical Education. The position is responsible for developing, managing and reconciling event budgets; managing all internal event components, including coordination with University Gift Systems,tracking of premiums, tracking and processing of ticket and sponsorship monies,RSVP lists and financial reporting; coordinating and implementing stewardship outreach for special events; and implementing and monitoring the Athletics Alumni Relations Plan in conjunction with Athletics Development colleagues.
Developing and maintaining relationships with alumni, friends and fans.
Exhibiting the highest professional standards and ethical behavior with adherence to NCAA, Ivy League Conference, University and the Department of Intercollegiate Athletics and Physical Education rules and regulations and/or Code of Ethics.
Contributing to the maintenance of good working relationships with all members of the Department
Assuming other responsibilities as assigned by the Director of Intercollegiate Athletics and Physical Education.

For further information and to apply to this job visit the following link:
https://jobs.columbia.edu
add to favorites Director of Development, Biomedical Science - Fundraiser III
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UC San Francisco in San Francisco, California is seeking a Director of Development, Biomedical Science - Fundraiser III.

The UCSF Foundation and the Office of University Development and Alumni Relations (UDAR) are responsible for fostering and strengthening the campus outreach efforts to UCSF constituents and for garnering private support for the campus. In raising private support, UDAR identifies, qualifies, solicits and stewards donors for the schools, medical centers, departments and programs on campus; for formal acceptance and administration of all private gifts to the university through The Regents or the UCSF Foundation; and for managing all alumni relations activities, campus support group activities and campus events. The UDAR office staffs the UCSF Foundation. The office is also responsible for the design and implementation of fundraising campaigns for UCSF. The Director of Development for Biomedical Sciences occupies a key position in UCSF’s development and alumni relations program and in the School of Medicine. The Director is one of the fundraising officers for the department, and is responsible for managing a comprehensive development program to garner private gifts from key constituents that address the funding priorities and objectives determined in conjunction with the Dean. Activities include: major and principal gift fundraising, with responsibility for the range of development functions focused on the identification, cultivation, solicitation, proposal writing and stewardship of individual prospects and donors, corporations, and foundations rated at $100,000 and higher, with an emphasis on those with a gift potential of $1 million or more; and management, serving as a development strategist on the UDAR team and as a member of appropriate UDAR committees such as Prospect Management and Campaign Management; and perform other duties as assigned.

For further information and to apply to this job visit the following link: http://www.ucsfhr.ucsf.edu/careers/
add to favorites ASSOC. VICE CHANCELLOR UNIVERSITY DEVELOPMENT
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UC Davis in Davis, California is seeking an ASSOC. VICE CHANCELLOR UNIVERSITY DEVELOPMENT.

Salary: $9,287.42 - $20,896.58/MO. Salary commensurate with experience

Under the direction of the Vice Chancellor for Development & Alumni Relations, the AVC provides senior leadership within the University Development Office with direct management responsibility for a multifaceted fundraising program. Provides vision and direction for university development operations. Provides senior-level assistance to the Vice Chancellor for Development & Alumni Relations providing overall leadership and strategic planning for the entire campuswide development program, the UC Davis Foundation, and the comprehensive fundraising campaign.

For further information and to apply to this job visit the following link:
http://www.ucdavis.edu/jobs/
add to favorites Director, Major Gifts Development
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Salary Range: $89,000 - $107,000

The University of Southern California (USC), founded in 1880, is located in the heart of downtown L.A. and is the largest private employer in the City of Los Angeles. As an employee of USC, you will be a part of a world-class research university and a member of the "Trojan Family," which is comprised of the faculty, students and staff that make the university what it is.

USC's Viterbi School of Engineering is seeking a Director, Major Gifts Development to join its team.

The Director of Major Gift Development works as part of a team of development officers and other personnel responsible for the comprehensive major gifts fundraising efforts in the USC Viterbi School of Engineering. The position is responsible for managing relationships with major donor prospects determined to have the ability to make gifts of $100K to $1M+. Development officers work independently and also coordinate their activities with those in other units of University Advancement and other schools at the university.

This position reports to the Executive Director of Major Gifts. The position is charged with developing and implementing strategies for securing financial support from a portfolio of donor prospects, approximately 180, including identifying, qualifying, cultivating, soliciting, and stewarding major gifts for the engineering school from alumni, parents and friends.

The University of Southern California values diversity and is committed to equal opportunity in employment.



For further information and to apply to this job visit the following link: https://jobs.usc.edu
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