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Director of Development, Bourns College of Engineering

 

The budgeted amount for this position is up to $110,000. Under the general direction of the Senior Director of Development, Bourns College of Engineering (BCOE), the incumbent helps to create and implement extensive programs of engagement between the campus and external constituencies; to encourage major and principal gifts and private philanthropy for BCOE. The incumbent ensures the success of multiple fundraising projects with a focus on corporate philanthropy and initiatives to support student success. Please note: all university development officers sign three-year renewable contracts which include the same employee benefits afforded career employees.

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Associate Director of Development, Athletics

 

The budgeted amount for this position is up to $76,000. Under the general direction of, and in close coordination with the Sr. Director of Development, Athletics and the Director of Development, the Associate Director of Development (ADOD) will serve as a key member of UC Riverside’s development team, supporting and furthering the priorities and fundraising goals of UC Riverside's Intercollegiate Athletics program. Using skills as a seasoned, experienced fundraising professional the ADOD will work in close collaboration with the Central Annual Giving team to implement, manage, and grow giving through the Athletic Association program. Working with the Athletics Development department they will qualify, cultivate and steward both annual giving and major gift donors to help grow our donor pipeline, prepare fundraising proposals and presentations, and collaborate with colleagues in University Advancement to increase support of UC Riverside Athletics. This is a three-year, renewable contract position that includes the same employee benefits afforded career employees. A cover letter is required.

 

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Program Manager, Student Engagement

 

The budgeted amount for this position is up to $60,000. Under the direction of the Director of Young Alumni Engagement, the Program Manager of Student Engagement will create, manage, and oversee student programs to actively and meaningfully engage UC Riverside students. They will engage UC Riverside's diverse student body and foster a welcoming, supportive, and inclusive environment that promotes student engagement and builds a lifelong relationship with UCR. The program manager will serve as the primary liaison to student organizations as related to events, serves as the advisor to the Student Alumni Association, and recruits, trains, and supervises a student leadership board.

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Director of Young Alumni Engagement

 

The budgeted amount for this position is up to $70,000. The Director of Young Alumni Engagement will implement and manage programming for young alumni and oversee alumni networks, assisting chapters and clubs to coordinate professional activities to engage alumni. Additionally, they will build a career resources network dedicated to new and recent alumni, as well as alumni in career transition. The director will design and implement programs and events that provide career advice and mentoring, internship opportunities, online resources and will identify existing career resources available for UCR alumni. They will establish and maintain strong relationships with volunteers, donors, alumni, and parents, the UCR Career Center, campus schools and colleges, and University Extension to further enhance programming efforts. The incumbent must work independently as well as collaboratively while achieving defined goals. Other responsibilities include participating in committees; budget and financial administration; developing marketing and promotional strategies; providing advice and counsel in areas relating to career programs and services. Manage and oversee chapter and regional activities to ensure compliance with Policy on Support Groups, Campus Foundations, and Alumni Associations as established by the Office of the President. Provide policy analysis and interpretation, consultative services, and recommendations for program improvements to alumni chapters and campus partners. The Director will oversee the program manager for student engagement and serve as the staff liaison for the UCR Alumni Association Alumni Engagement Committee.

 

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Sr. Director of Development, CNAS

 

The budgeted amount for this position is up to $120,000. Under the leadership of the Assistant Dean for Development and in close collaboration with the Dean of the College of Natural and Agricultural Sciences (CNAS), UC Riverside seeks a Sr. Director of Development (SDoD) who will develop and execute long- and short-term strategies to grow the college's philanthropic pipeline and secure annual and major gifts that will benefit endowments, research programs, and student success. The SDoD will identify and manage approximately 150 individual donors and will travel locally and statewide frequently for qualification, cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship purposes. The SDoD will arrange appropriate opportunities for key faculty and academic leadership to meet with prospective donors and will work collaboratively with other University Advancement colleagues to achieve fundraising goals. The College of Natural and Agricultural Sciences' 13 departments comprise the college's three divisions led by Divisional Deans: Agriculture, Life Sciences, and Physical Sciences. This unique structure has resulted in the need for dedicated philanthropic engagement from an incumbent who will be instrumental in planning and executing strategies in collaboration with the CNAS Development team and will help raise $100M of the university's $300M "Living the Promise" campaign goal by December 2020. Please note: this is a three-year, renewable contract position which includes the same employee benefits afforded career employees.

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University Advancement Finance Coordinator

 

The budgeted amount for this position is up to $65,000. The university advancement administration finance coordinator provides financial, administrative, and daily support to Advancement's budget and operations manager, and related staff. Responsibilities will include training administrative staff on UC Riverside financial systems, reconciling budget reports and ledgers, serving as the primary transactor for University Communications, Administration, and supporting the fiscal operations of University Advancement.

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Executive Assistant, Advancement Administration

The budgeted amount for this position is up to $53,000. The executive assistant provides executive level coordination and support to the chief financial and administrative officer of University Advancement, providing high level programmatic and administrative support on a wide range of issues, projects, programs, and on matters of importance to the Advancement Administration department. Represents the Advancement Administration department in a professional manner, exercising sound judgement, tact, and the utmost discretion. Manages calendars, assuring that the designated individual is scheduled appropriately, fully briefed, and has relevant background materials for each engagement and meeting. Incumbent will also be responsible for processing purchase and travel requests, reimbursements, and other routine accounting transactions utilizing on-line financial systems. Assists with planning and execution of special projects as assigned.

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Assistant Director for Stewardship and Donor Communications

The budgeted amount for this position is up to $70,000.  The assistant director for stewardship and donor communications is an integral member of UCR's Donor Relations program and central advancement team. This is a new position responsible for implementing a creative and engaging donor correspondence, acknowledgement and fund stewardship program. In close coordination/collaboration with Stewardship and Donor Relations team members, campus partners and influencing departments/units, the incumbent will recommend, develop, and implement programs dedicated to thanking, informing, and engaging UCR's key donor constituencies (past, current and future donors, alumni, community members, faculty, staff and students). The assistant director for stewardship and donor communications provides high level written and oral communications support when requested to further the efforts of all donor stewardship and engagement activities on behalf of Development and University Advancement.  Applicants will be required to submit a work sample as part of the selection process.
 

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