Assistant Director of Development
Scholarship Coordinator The University of Nevada, Las Vegas College of Fine Arts has an opening for an Assistant Director of Development and Scholarship Coordinator (17717). For position description and application details, visit http://jobs.unlv.edu or call 702-895-3504.
The Lock Haven University Foundation invites applications
for an Executive Director who will fostering a culture of
philanthropy within the University and community and
ensure the organization’s corporate culture, systems and
procedures support fund development. This position will
provide comprehensive leadership and oversight for all
For a detailed job description or to apply online go to: http://
www.lhufoundation.org/job-opp . Preference will be given
to applications received by November 4, 2016.
The Lock Haven University Foundation (LHUF) is an AA/
EEO/ADA employer. LHUF actively seeks applications from
women, veterans, individuals with a disability, members of
underrepresented groups or anyone that would enrich the
diversity of the organization.
Chief Development Officer
Neal L. Maslan
1925 Century Park East, Suite 1200
Los Angeles, CA 90067
UniHealth Foundation, a preeminent Los Angeles,
California based private healthcare foundation, is seeking
a President and Chief Operating Officer. Nominations
and interested parties should submit resumes to
Neal L. Maslan, Caldwell Partners.
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Vice President for Finance and Treasurer, The Arthur Vining Davis Foundations
The Arthur Vining Davis Foundations seek an experienced and knowledgeable financial leader to partner with the President to oversee
the financial management of the Foundations’ operations. The successful candidate will bring a seasoned perspective to the Foundations’ business planning, accounting, budgeting and reporting, including oversight of Information Technology and will contribute to
the organization’s strategic goals.
Founded 65 years ago, the Arthur Vining Davis Foundations were built upon Mr. Davis’ successful corporate leadership of Alcoa Corporation. The Foundations bear witness to his many capabilities and interests, and his visionary, entrepreneurial spirit. Since inception, the Foundations have given more than 2,700 grants totaling more than $300 million to colleges and universities, hospitals, medical
schools and divinity schools. The Arthur Vining Davis Foundations have funded visionary leadership in public television for scientific
and historical documentaries, children’s programming and distribution of high quality educational media.
The Vice President for Finance and Treasurer will report to the President of the Arthur Vining Davis Foundations (AVDF) and will
serve as the senior level leader responsible for the oversight of all administrative and financial systems, including accounting, bank
relationships, information technology, human resources, audit, compliance, and budgeting.
Key leadership responsibilities of the VP include working closely with the President on all matters of financial and accounting work,
including annual administrative budget development and controls, compliance with all audit and tax matters, financial reporting and
analysis, and the development of key metrics to inform decision making in multiple areas of the Foundations’ work.
The VP will work in close coordination with AVDF tax and accounting firms and will sustain effective working relationships with the
representatives of the Foundations’ two corporate trustees regarding all expenses, administration of grants, oversight of the corpus
returns to support the fiduciary work of the Board of Trustees, and the work of the AVDF Trustee Investment Revie w Committee.
The VP will bring a seasoned, strategic and high level perspective to the Foundations’ finances and financial planning and will oversee
long-term planning for technology systems and software investments. The VP also will assist the President in staff support to relevant
board committees and will provide leadership to selected short and long-term planning activities of the Foundations.
Key Characteristics, Skills and Abilities of the Successful Candidate
1. Demonstrated 7-10 years of professional experience of increasing scope and complexity as a financial leader in an educational or
non-profit setting; a Bachelor’s degree required; MBA or further graduate degree in a related field preferred.
2. A detailed, precise and knowledgeable acumen in budget development, monitoring and controls, GAAP standards of accounting, and financial wisdom and skill related to short and long-term planning and budgeting.
3. Proven ability to educate trustees, staff and financial partners on financial matters and to keep current with non-profit or foundation best practices and legislative changes.
4. A leadership acumen which works well across functions, programs and people in a culture marked by cooperation and colle-giality.
5. Excellent written, oral and interpersonal communication skills that are clear, honest, concise and transparent. Sound judgment
in all aspects of the work of the Foundations.
6. A professional who is well-networked in non-profit financial circles and who can advance the reach the mission of our national
work among leading foundations.
7. General leadership expertise in staff support, managing boards and grantee relationships; a team player who holds high standards and encourages others to strive toward best practice and maximum effectiveness across the organization.
8. An appreciation for a non-profit environment that is quality driven, but acting with frugality in order to maximize grant-making
and service to the nation through AVDF’s philanthropic priorities.
9. A sense of humor, a penchant for hard work, an appreciation for diversity and inclusion in our work with trustees, grantees and
all vendors, and an ability to support colleagues in meeting goals on time and with quality outcomes.
10. A propensity to develop excitement and passion for the 65-year AVDF’s mission as a leading national foundation.
11. A self-starter who enjoys sustained relationships with staff, board members, grantees and their organizations and with professional colleagues nationally.
Nominations may be submitted for consideration to Nancy J. Cable, President of the Arthur Vining Davis Foundations, by December
20, 2016. Applications should include a letter of interest, a resume, and contact information for two references. This position will
remain open until it is filled. Please send all applications to Doreen Gross, COO and Vice President for Administration; The Arthur
Vining Davis Foundations; 225 Water Street; Suite 1510; Jacksonville, FL 32202-5185; or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Arthur Vining Davis Foundations provide equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard
to race, color, religion, ethnicity, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, national origin, age, disability, marital or veteran status in accordance with
applicable federal, state and local laws. This policy applies to all terms and conditions of employment, including hiring, promotion, termination and
retirement, leaves of absence, compensation and training.