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UNC Asheville seeks a dynamic leader with a passion for fundraising
and a commitment to improving the lives of all North Carolinians
through education. UNC Asheville is the kind of university that changes
lives and inspires others to do the same. All of the national college
rankings have recognized the outstanding value in our model of superb
faculty dedicated to innovative teaching and individual attention to
well-prepared students. We seek an experienced partner in sharing this
message more broadly and consistently among those in a position to
make this dream possible for students from all backgrounds.
As the Chief Development Officer of the University, the Executive
Director of the Foundation will provide strategic vision and dynamic
leadership in managing all areas of the University Development office
and fundraising initiatives. The Executive Director will bring a proven
track record of achieving fundraising goals and building and leading a
multi-faceted Development team.
The Executive Director of the Foundation reports to the Chancellor,
and is a critical member of the senior management team supporting
the Board of Trustees and the UNC Asheville Foundation. S/he is
responsible for overseeing major gifts, planned giving, corporate/
Foundation relations, annual fund, advancement services, prospect
research/development and for coordinating with a wide range of
individuals on campus who are involved in community relations.
TULANE UNIVERSITY DEVELOPMENT
Tulane has successfully completed a first round
of hiring to rebuild its Development division,
and we’re ready to launch round two.
VICE PRESIDENT FOR DEVELOPMENT
We’re looking for experienced, energetic
and creative fundraising and development
professionals who are eager to use
their talents to make both Tulane and
New Orleans stronger and better than ever!
The following positions are currently open:
Senior Director of Development, Tulane Law School
Director of Corporate Relations
Director of Development, School of Architecture
The ideal candidate will possess a Master’s degree and 15 years’
experience in progressively responsible positions related to all areas
Candidates who are able to demonstrate a solid record of strategic
planning and the ability to motivate and lead a cohesive team of
development professionals to high levels of success are encouraged to
Development Officer, A. B. Freeman School of Business
Development Officer, Center for Public Service
Development Officer, Newcomb-Tulane College
Development Officer, School of Medicine
To view the job description and submit your application, visit
www.unca.edu and click the Employment link at the bottom of the
page. All applications must be received through Human Resources
via the online application system. For questions, please contact UNC
Asheville Human Resources at (828) 251-6605.
Development Officer, Tulane Athletics
Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action Employer
The University of North Carolina at Asheville is committed to equality of
educational experiences for students and is an equal employment opportunity/
affirmative action employer. UNC Asheville will not discriminate against
students, applicants, or employees on the basis of race, color, religion, sex,
sexual orientation,* national origin, age, disability, political affiliation, or
any other legally protected status with respect to all terms, conditions, or
privileges of University-sponsored activities, employment, and the use of
*UNC Asheville acknowledges and understands that the category of sexual
orientation is not a protected category under Federal or State law and
therefore can not be grieved beyond the campus level.
Please visit the Tulane Jobs website at
to apply or for additional information.
Tulane University is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer.
Women and minorities are encouraged to apply.
Grand Valley State University attracts more than 24,500 students
with high quality programs and state-of-the-art facilities. Grand Valley
is the comprehensive regional university for the state’s second largest
metropolitan area and offers 71 undergraduate and 27 graduate degree
programs. It has campuses in Allendale, Grand Rapids, and Holland and
centers in Muskegon and Traverse City. The university is dedicated to
individual student achievement, going beyond the traditional classroom
experience, with research opportunities and business partnerships.
Director for Development
The Society of St. Vincent de Paul, Council of Los Angeles is part of a
worldwide organization of men and women who are committed to live
and grow their Christian faith through prayer and personal involvement
in charitable works.
Reporting directly to the Executive Director, the Director for
Development and Marketing is responsible for providing strategic
leadership and direction for all development and marketing for the
The following College of Community and Public Service positions
will begin August 2011. Apply online at https://www.gvsujobs.org.
Click “Current Job Openings”. If you need assistance or have questions
about the online application process, call the Human Resources Office
at (616) 331-2215. For more information about Grand Valley, see our
Web site at http://www.gvsu.edu/. An Equal Opportunity/Affirmative
Action Institution. TDD Callers: Call Michigan Relay Center at 1-800-
Hanover, New Hampshire
Dartmouth College seeks as its next Vice President for Development
an experienced executive and development professional to provide
strategic and operational leadership for philanthropy. Under a new
President, Dr. Jim Yong Kim, and at the conclusion of a $1.3B
campaign, the Vice President for Development will join Dartmouth at
an exciting time as the President, Board and administration embark
on the next era in the College’s long and storied history.
Established in 1769 and a member of the Ivy League, Dartmouth is
known as an exceptional undergraduate residential college with the
intellectual character of a university, featuring thriving research and
first-rate graduate and professional programs. The quality of the
undergraduate experience is characterized by close student-faculty
interaction, opportunities for independent research, a broad range of
off-campus programs, and diversity within the student body.
Nineteen graduate programs, primarily in the sciences, are offered
through the Arts and Sciences. Dartmouth is home to the nation's
fourth oldest medical school: the Dartmouth Medical School (1797);
the nation's first professional school of engineering: the Thayer
School of Engineering (1867); and the first graduate school of
management in the world: the Tuck School of Business (1900).
Reporting to Carolyn Pelzel, the Senior Vice President of the newly
created Advancement division, the Vice President for Development
will work closely with the President, Provost, other senior College
leaders and faculty, the Advancement team, Trustees, and key
administrators. The Vice President for Development will create a
fundraising program that contributes to a holistic culture of
advancement, maximizing the engagement of alumni, parents and
others with the College at a personal and financial level. The VP will
oversee more than 90 staff in individual gifts, planned gifts,
foundation and corporate relations, the Dartmouth College Fund and
special initiatives. S/He will conduct a strategic assessment of
existing philanthropic strengths and opportunities, and create a road
map for long-term growth and success in development, particularly
as the College prepares for its next campaign. The VP will also set a
personal example of frontline fundraising success for the entire
development team, carrying a portfolio of prospects and donors and
working with the President, Provost, Deans and others to cultivate
and steward transformational gifts to the College.
The VP will have a deep understanding of and passion for
Dartmouth’s mission and goals. The ideal candidate will be a
dynamic and accomplished individual with at least fifteen years of
leadership experience in development and campaign management,
a comprehensive knowledge of strategies employed in all major
development functions, and a track record of significant personal
success in donor cultivation, solicitation and stewardship at principal
gift levels. S/He should have a demonstrated ability to create fund-raising strategies tied to a broader institutional vision and educational
objectives. The VP must be able to create a work environment that
promotes team work, is focused on results, and seeks to build
relationships with donors that inspire them to make Dartmouth one
of their highest priorities in life. A bachelor’s degree is required; an
advanced degree is preferred.
Dartmouth College has retained Mr. Jack Gorman, of the Boston-based national executive search firm Isaacson, Miller, to conduct
the search. Interested candidates are encouraged to apply, in
confidence, via electronic mail to: Elizabeth Neustaedter, Senior
Associate at DARTMOUTH@imsearch.com.
Dartmouth College is committed to the principle of equal opportunity for all
its students, faculty, employees, and applicants for admission and
employment. Dartmouth does not discriminate on the basis of race, color,
religion, sex, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin,
disability, or status as a disabled or Vietnam era veteran in its programs,
organizations, admission practices, and conditions of employment.
Candidates should possess the following:
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The screening of candidates begins immediately and the search will
continue until an appointment is made by the Board. A more detailed
Position Specification is available at www.svdpla.org. Salary is
commensurate with experience.
Executive Director for the Dorothy A. Johnson Center for
Philanthropy: The Executive Director of the Dorothy A. Johnson
Center for Philanthropy provides strategic and executive level leadership
for a center of distinction at Grand Valley State University (GVSU).
The Center promotes effective philanthropy, community improvement,
and excellence in nonprofit leadership through professional education,
research and service to the community. The Center’s programs provide
professional development resources and data to nonprofit organizations
and foundations as a resource to the field, as a support to undergraduate
and graduate students and their faculty, and to reach regional, state, and
national audiences with meaningful knowledge and training. In addition
to its programs, the Center provides support for University efforts that
promote the study of philanthropy and nonprofit leadership.
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Please submit the following materials for consideration: cover letter,
resume, specific fund raising successes and three references. Electronic
submission of application materials is preferred. Submit your materials
The Society of St. Vincent de Paul, Council of Los Angeles is
an equal opportunity employer.
Requirements: 5 years’ experience in senior leadership positions in
nonprofit or grantmaking foundation organizations with demonstrated
success in managing complex relationships, and evidence of scholarships.
A Master’s degree is required and a Ph.D. is preferred. Please direct all
inquires about this position to Mr. Robert Shalett at shalettr@gvsu.
edu or call (616) 331-7585.
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