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add to favorites Assistant Director-Annual Giving
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Northern Michigan University in Marquette, Michigan is currently seeking applications for an Assistant Director-Annual Giving.

Salary: Minimum starting salary: $28,100

The Assistant Director of Annual Giving (ADAG) manages and executes the Discovery Initiative, coordinates the student outreach plan and works closely with the Assistant Director of Alumni Relations to coordinate appropriate student/alumni interaction opportunities.

The Assistant Director of Annual Giving recruits, hires, trains, supervises, evaluates and inspires a 10-15 person staff of student ambassadors who are employed through the Discovery Initiative and conduct interviews with alumni over school breaks. Developing plans, monitoring progress and reporting on the success of the Discovery Initiative is part of the responsibilities.

Responsible for oversight of planning and execution for events related to students, parents, recent graduates and other special constituencies. The ADAG will be charged with creating innovative student engagement programming to raise awareness about private giving and connect students with the mission of the Foundation. This position will advise the Student Alumni Association and assist with any SAA events and engagement opportunities with the student body and alumni.

The ADAG will work closely with all members of the Advancement team and other offices across campus to ensure collaboration and to create opportunities for student and recent graduate involvement.

For further information and to apply to this job visit the following link: https://employme.nmu.edu
add to favorites Director of Development, William F. Harrah College of Hotel Administration
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The University of Nevada, Las Vegas invites applications for the Director of Development, William F. Harrah College of Hotel Administration.

PROFILE of the UNIVERSITY
UNLV is a comprehensive research university of approximately 27,000 students and 2,800 faculty and staff dedicated to teaching, research, and service. The university has internationally recognized programs in hotel administration and creative writing; professional degrees in law, architecture, and dental medicine; and leading programs in fine arts, sciences and education. UNLV is located on a 332-acre main campus and two satellite campuses in dynamic Southern Nevada. For more information, visit us on-line at: http://www.unlv.edu.

ROLE of the POSITION
This development position reports to the dean of the college and to the UNLV Foundation. Development professionals provide leadership for developing major gifts for the schools from individuals, businesses, corporations, and foundations. We are seeking knowledgeable professionals skilled in fundraising and securing major gifts, and who are measurably successful in building productive relationships with donors.

For further information and to apply to this job visit the following link: http://jobs.unlv.edu/openings.html
add to favorites Development Assistant
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Columbia University in the City of New York is seeking a Development Assistant.

Salary Range $41,151 - $48,000

The Development Assistant provides administrative and analytical support to the Director of Annual Giving. The Development Assistant's primary responsibilities are assisting and supporting the various Annual Giving and Development programs for the Law School.

For further information and to apply to this job visit the following link:
https://jobs.columbia.edu
add to favorites Associate Director of Development
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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, staff and alumni that make the university what it is.

USC's Marshall School of Business is seeking a Associate Director of Development to join its team.

The Associate Director reports to the Assistant Dean for Development. Responsibilities include the identification, cultivation, solicitation and stewardship of prospects with giving capacity of $100,000 or more, with a specific emphasis on the identification of new/uncultivated donor prospects for the recently announced fundraising campaign. Actively manages a portfolio of 150-250 prospects at various stages in their relationship with the school, and in support of the USC Marshall's strategic goals.

The Associate Director will be responsible for re-engaging previous and current donors in addition to developing new prospect relationships. Prospect management activities include setting strategy, proposal development, cultivation, solicitation and stewardship. Travel is required to conduct donor and prospect visits, as well as for event staffing. The ability to closely work within the development team and serve as a knowledgeable liaison to other university offices is required.

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
add to favorites Associate Director of Development
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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, staff and alumni that make the university what it is.

USC's Marshall School of Business is seeking a Associate Director of Development to join its team.

The Associate Director reports to the Assistant Dean for Development. Responsibilities include the identification, cultivation, solicitation and stewardship of prospects with giving capacity of $100,000 or more, with a specific emphasis on the identification of new/uncultivated donor prospects for the recently announced fundraising campaign. Actively manages a portfolio of 150-250 prospects at various stages in their relationship with the school, and in support of the USC Marshall's strategic goals.

The Associate Director will be responsible for re-engaging previous and current donors in addition to developing new prospect relationships. Prospect management activities include setting strategy, proposal development, cultivation, solicitation and stewardship. Travel is required to conduct donor and prospect visits, as well as for event staffing. The ability to closely work within the development team and serve as a knowledgeable liaison to other university offices is required.

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
add to favorites Planned Giving Analyst
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UC Davis in Davis, California is seeking a Planned Giving Analyst.

Salary: $3,009.00-$5,416.17/MO. Salary commensurate with experience

Under the Division of Development and Alumni Relations Central Development Office provides leadership, support, and coordination and services to help build philanthropic support for UC Davis' research, teaching, and service mission and its related fundraising priorities. The Planned Giving unit coordinates a variety of programs, projects and fundraising efforts in support of the campus advancement effort.

For further information and to apply to this job visit the following link:
http://www.ucdavis.edu/jobs/
add to favorites DEVELOPMENT AND CAMPAIGN COMMUNICATIONS MANAGER
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UC Davis in Davis, California is seeking a DEVELOPMENT AND CAMPAIGN COMMUNICATIONS MANAGER.

Salary: $4,866.00-$8,758.83/MO. Salary commensurate with experience

Under the Division of Development and Alumni Relations Central Development Office provides leadership, support, and coordination and services to help build philanthropic support for UC Davis' research, teaching, and service mission and its related fundraising priorities.

For further information and to apply to this job visit the following link:
http://www.ucdavis.edu/jobs/
add to favorites Director of Development
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Salary Range: 57,557

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.
The University of Southern California's Annenberg School for Communication & Journalism is seeking an experienced Director of Development & Strategic Priorities to become part of its Annenberg Innovation Lab team. Reporting to the Director and Managing Director of the Innovation Lab, the holder of this position manages major gift fundraising for the USC Annenberg School through identification, cultivation and solicitation of corporations, foundations and other donors.

The Director of Development & Strategic Priorities will provide strategy for the successful solicitation and retention of donors/sponsors in his or her portfolio. Working closely with the Annenberg School's Assistant Dean for Development, the Director will participate in the development of fundraising plans and strategies for the specific funding priorities of the Innovation Lab. In addition, the Director will manage assigned projects related to a development and execution of the Innovation Lab's strategic priorities.

The University of Southern California is an Equal Opportunity Employer that values Diversity.

For further information and to apply to this job visit the following link: https://jobs.usc.edu
add to favorites Director of Development & Alumni Relations
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Johnson & Wales University in Providence, Rhode Island is seeking a Director of Development & Alumni Relations.

Serves as the senior level strategist, fundraiser and manager responsible for the oversight and implementation of all aspects of the development program.

For further information and to apply to this job visit the following link: https://work.jwu.edu
add to favorites Senior Director Of Development, School Of Medicine
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UC Irvine in Irvine, California is seeking a Senior Director Of Development, School Of Medicine.

The Senior Director of Development will develop and execute strategies to identify, qualify, cultivate, solicit, secure and steward approximately 125 donors/prospects (individuals, corporations or foundations) capable of giving $25,000+ to the School of Medicine. The Senior Director?s efforts will support the fundraising efforts which include but are not limited priorities related to the School of Medicine. In support of these efforts, the senior director will initiate, maintain and strengthen close working relationships with UC Irvine, UC Irvine Medical Center and university advancement staff, and campus volunteers.

For further information and to apply to this job visit the following link: http://www.uci.edu/employment.php
add to favorites Program Manager
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UC San Francisco in San Francisco, California is seeking a Program Manager.

This position will be manager for the Survivors International Program of the Trauma Recovery Center. Its purpose is to coordinate all activities related to outreach and advocacy, program design and evaluation, and fundraising for services to victims of torture. The position will also provide similar services to victims of Violent Crime for the TRC; will also 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 Communications
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Georgetown University in Washington DC is seeking applications for a Director of Communications.

The Berkley Center for Religion, Peace, and World Affairs, at Georgetown University, is seeking a Director of Communications to coordinate the center’s publications and multimedia production and manage outreach to key constituents including reporters, educators, and potential donors. The Communications Director will work closely with the Center Director, faculty, and staff to increase public awareness of Berkley Center activities. Specific responsibilities will include coordinating publication and multimedia teams and marketing center programs through web-based and email campaigns, a monthly newsletter, direct correspondence, and presentations. The position will work with other units on campus, including Georgetown’s Office of Advancement and Office of Communications. B.A. or higher degree; 3 years minimum relevant experience in communications, public relations, marketing or a related field. The ideal candidate will demonstrate exceptional writing, editing, and interpersonal skills and have a proven record of leadership in the communications field. The ability to work efficiently in a fast-paced environment and to manage multiple work streams is critical. Essential characteristics include creativity, flexibility, management skills, and an imaginative approach to the center’s outreach to diverse academic, policy, media audiences, as well as to the wider public.

For further information and to apply to this job visit the following link: http://www.georgetown.edu/work-for-us/index.html
add to favorites Campaign/Foundation Relations Analyst
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UC Santa Cruz in Santa Cruz, California is seeking a Campaign/Foundation Relations Analyst.

Under the general supervision of the Campaign Manager, the Campaign/Foundation Relations Analyst will independently support a broad range of administrative, programmatic, and project related activities in support of UCSC's first comprehensive fundraising campaign, Foundation Relations fundraising efforts, and other development initiatives. The incumbent's primary responsibilities are assisting with campaign projects, communications and events and with proposal development, writing and administration from private foundations and other agencies.

Strong writing, communication and organizational skills are required. Position will be integral part of campaign team which is committed to advancing UCSC's first comprehensive campaign and development priorities.

The incumbent will independently support a broad range of administrative, financial, marketing, event, and programmatic activities for the Campaign and Strategic Philanthropy in general.

For further information and to apply to this job visit the following link: https://jobs.ucsc.edu
add to favorites Director of Development, Social Sciences
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UC Santa Barbara in Santa Barbara, California is seeking a Director of Development, Social Sciences.

The UC Santa Barbara Office of Development blends the strengths of both a centralized and a decentralized operation. Although all development officers report to the Associate Vice Chancellor for Development, some are dedicated to specific schools and units, working hand-in-hand with Deans, Directors and faculty to secure private support. Additional development officers focus on specific regions of the country and/or are dedicated to increasing involvement by alumni, parents and friends. A strong central core initiates programs, or provides guidance and expertise, in foundation relations, planned giving, capital projects, donor stewardship, The UC Santa Barbara Foundation and other areas of specialization. An integrated tracking and coordination system ensures a collaborative and smooth working environment, all aimed at enhancing UC Santa Barbara's attractiveness to, and involvement with, the private sector.


For further information and to apply to this job visit the following link: https://jobs.ucsb.edu
add to favorites Development Assistant
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UC Santa Barbara in Santa Barbara, California is seeking a Development Assistant.

The Development Assistant serves 50% time for the Division of Student Affairs (SA). Supports the Directors of Development in Student Affairs (SA Directors) by providing essential administrative and financial staff support critical to the successful operation of complex fundraising programs. The Development Assistant: serves as the primary initial Development contact for the Student Affairs Directors; screens phone calls, maintains calendars, and makes travel and entertainment arrangements; prepares and processes various University forms and monitors all financial transactions in compliance with University policies and audit requirements; prepares reports, letters, and memoranda containing sensitive information about donors or prospects; develops and does research for databases; and helps to prepare and submit grant proposals.

Must work independently, act with sound judgment and high degree of confidentiality, anticipate job requirements, and prioritize and coordinate multiple complex tasks with frequent interruptions while meeting strict deadlines. Excellent written and oral communication and social skills, attention to detail and accuracy, and effective problem-solving and reasoning skills are essential. Must be proficient in use of Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Internet and e-mail with ability to quickly learn various office software programs. Will be trained in the use of Sungard Advance database.

For further information and to apply to this job visit the following link: https://jobs.ucsb.edu
add to favorites Assistant Director, Gift Processing and Financial Reporting
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Columbia University in the City of New York is seeking an Assistant Director, Gift Processing and Financial Reporting.

Reporting to the Senior Associate Director of Advancement Services, the Assistant Director is responsible for providing managerial and executive level support to the advancement services team and the External Relations office for all gift processing and financial reporting work, including developing and maintaining relationships with the department's external stakeholders and acting in a leading role in the senior associate director's absence. Main responsibilities include: maintaining the integrity of gift records, preparing campaign and other financial reports, establishing new gift accounts, managing a pledge reminder process and managing the work of one staff member.

Responsibilities include:

1. Reviews gifts associated with Major Gifts Dept and submits to gift administrator for processing
2. Coordinates the creation of new gift accounts through Financial Planning and UDAR
3. Ensures that all new accounts are entered in system of record and the paperwork is properly filed for internal tracking
4. Oversees the reconciliation of gift entry data and daily financial reports
5. Prepares campaign reports and slides
6. Maintains the integrity of gift records by reviewing daily gift reports, web gift reports, and additional daily gift reports provided by the University's development office
7. Prepares letters, mail merges and other correspondence
8. Coordinates the recording of major pledges ($25K+) in the system of record
9. Oversees the claiming of all wired gifts and stock gifts for the Business School, including researching intent and coordinating donors and recipients
10. Audits all pledge payments from major gift prospects to ensure that money is properly allocated and the gift is acknowledged
11. Schedules and coordinates the preparation and signing of quarterly pledge reminder letters for major gifts
12. Acts as liaison for various research centers and academic programs, specifically managing their pledge reminder and renewal process
13. Follows-up on pledge reminders via email and phone calls to ensure that all payments are submitted
14. Ensures that pledge reminder recipients are properly coded in the system of record for reporting purposes
15. Creates miscellaneous memos to help transfer funds related to event sponsorship
16. Provides logistical support where needed for External Relations events

For further information and to apply to this job visit the following link: https://jobs.columbia.edu
add to favorites Development Writer/Grants & Communications
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Columbia University in the City of New York is seeking a Development Writer/Grants & Communications.

Reporting to Director of Development (DoD), the Development Writer/Grants & Communications (DW) takes the lead in conceptualizing and managing the Observatory's development efforts related to external communications: bi-annual alumni newsletter, e-newsletters and e-blasts, the Lamont-Doherty biennial report, donor appeal packages, multimedia web content, content and strategy for webpages associated with the Observatory's external relations efforts, and management of Lamont-Doherty's online social networking platforms. The DW also works closely with the DoD and other members of the development team to write foundation/grant proposals and stewardship materials. The DW liaises with the Earth Institute's communications team on behalf of the alumni and development office. The DW collaborates with the Development Officer in enhancing the Observatory's alumni program, including alumni board outreach. The DW helps produce events for the general public such as Open House and the Spring Public Lecture series, and supervises the production of event-related materials (print & electronic). The DW may partially supervise office employees or interns and will be well versed in daily operations so as to play a supportive role as needed. Other duties and responsibilities, as deemed appropriate by the Director of Development. THIS POSITION IS LOCATED ON THE LAMONT CAMPUS IN ROCKLAND COUNTY, NY.


For further information and to apply to this job visit the following link: https://jobs.columbia.edu
add to favorites Assistant Director of Advancement - School of Social Work
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The University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign in Champaign, Illinois is seeking an Assistant Director of Advancement - School of Social Work.

The School of Social Work seeks an Assistant Director of Advancement to manage and implement projects and programs in Alumni Relations, Development, and Stewardship. The position will build relationships and communications among our various constituencies including faculty, staff, students, alumni and friends. This is a full-time, (twelve month) non-tenure track academic professional position. The position reports to the Assistant Dean for Advancement and works closely with the Director of Communications.



The Assistant Director is responsible for managing the leadership and programs of the Social Work Alumni Board under the direction of the Dean and the Assistant Dean for Advancement. This includes the development and implementation of local, state, regional, and national events for School of Social Work alumni and donors. Solicit alumni involvement with students in conjunction with the Assistant Dean for Student Affairs. He/she will work closely with the Assistant Dean for Advancement, to create and execute plans to cultivate and solicit alumni donors and friends for the Social Work Annual Fund. This position is responsible for establishing and maintaining the stewardship process for the School of Social Work that acknowledges donors both privately and publicly. He/she will serve as a liaison from the School to Campus Community of Alumni Relations (CCAR), Stewardship, Roundtable and Annual Fund Roundtable Meetings. The Assistant Director will attend and represent the School of Social Work at regional and national social work conferences as requested by the Dean and the Assistant Dean for Advancement. Along with the Director of Communications, the Assistant Director will co-edit the semi-annual alumni newsletter, occasional special supplements, and other communications. Develop public relations, press releases, etc. for the purpose of promoting the School of Social Work with constituencies. He/she will provide supervision and direction for the student interns and graduate assistants assigned to the Advancement Office. Planning, organizing and directing outreach activities for alumni, including but not limited to: continuing education, networking, and fundraising events are also important responsibilities. This position requires some travel.

For further information and to apply to this job visit the following link: http://illinois.edu/
add to favorites Director of Development, Corporate & Foundations Relations
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The University of Southern California (USC), founded in 1880, is located in the heart of downtown Los Angeles 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, alumni, students and staff that make the university what it is.

USC's Dana and David Dornsife College of Letters, Arts and Sciences, Office of Advancement, is seeking a Development Director to join its Corporate & Foundation Relations team. The Director, Corporate Foundation Relations is responsible for the identification, cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship of private foundation and corporate gifts in the $25,000 - $1,000,000 range for support of USC's Dornsife identified priorities. The Director will develop strategies that increase foundation grants and corporate philanthropy, and collaborations for USC's Dornsife. The Director manages solicitations of foundation and corporate grants by senior administrators, deans, faculty, volunteers and others as appropriate. The position will be assigned several significant initiatives at any one time and reports directly to the Executive Director, Corporate Foundation Relations.

The University of Southern California is an Equal Opportunity Employer that values Diversity.

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

The Director of Development, Rady School of Management (DOD-RSOM), under the direction of the Senior Director of Development for the Rady School of Management (SDOD-RSOM), and in coordination with the Dean, Rady School of Management and with the department chairs, faculty and staff members, will formulate and implement a comprehensive and aggressive fundraising program for the Rady School of Management (RSOM) at UC San Diego.

The Director of Development (DOD-RSOM) is responsible for the identification, cultivation, successful solicitation, negotiation, and stewardship of major gifts, in coordination with RSOM, Development, UC San Diego Foundation and UC San Diego policies and goals. Prepares written and oral presenations to potential donors and community groups. Develops gift opportunities consistent with campus and campaign priorities.

As a member of the RSOM Development team, serves in concert with the overall priorities of the University, provide leadership in formulating and implementing effective goals, strategies, and activities to secure principal and major gifts for the RSOM and for UC San Diego.

Additionally, the DOD-RSOM manages an individual portfolio of major and principal gift prospects and provides collaborative leadership in strategizing and facilitating opportunities for major gift fundraising among Development staff and creates an environment that will enhance communication and encourages collaboration between all Directors of Development, senior academic officers, faculty and staff.

Rady School of Mgmt website for more info: http://management.ucsd.edu/


For further information and to apply to this job visit the following link: http://www.ucsd.edu/apply/jobs/
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