Reporting to the Director, Alumni Careers and Professional Development, the Assistant Director will create and implement sustainable measures to help support and grow the alumni mentoring opportunities and be part of the larger alumni and constituent engagement team. This individual will manage two major program areas to provide relevant mentoring opportunities, networking, engagement and career readiness to alumni and current University of Arizona students (via in-person and digital platforms), focusing on the Wildcat Mentor Society and the Bear Down Network.
Do you consider yourself a builder – someone who likes to help shape a new, exciting endeavor? If this describes who you are as a fundraiser, this position may be for you! The Research, Innovation, and Impact team represents a brand new, exciting progression of advancement at the University of Arizona. In this role, you help build the foundation for strong revenue generation as the university evolves. You’ll be part of a solid team of fundraising professionals including great leaders, mentors, collegial colleagues and new people, just like you. And, you’ll get to do your work in 360 days of sunshine a year! So, what are you waiting for?
The Business Analyst will be responsible for identifying, analyzing, and documenting the business and data challenges facing the units within Philanthropy and Alumni Engagement (PAE). The PAE ITS team will rely on the Business Analyst as a trusted resource for timely and accurate analysis and quality assurance.
Reporting to the Senior Director, Alumni and Student Engagement, the Director of Alumni Communities will be responsible for engaging alumni and other constituents in volunteer opportunities through regional and affinity-based communities.
The Director of Development for the Mel and Enid Zuckerman College of Public Health (College) will design and implement fundraising strategies that will generate revenue and drive the growth of the College's mission.
The University of Arizona College of Medicine – Tucson (COM-T) is seeking a Director of Development. COM-T is transforming academic medicine through innovative undergraduate medical education and postgraduate training programs; strategic, interdisciplinary trans-institutional research; collaborative health care delivery; and a strong, diverse and engaged faculty. The Director of Development will design and implement fundraising strategies that will generate revenue and drive the growth of the College's mission.
The Director of Development is responsible for the solicitation of major gifts and managing relationships with donors and prospective donors with the capacity to contribute $25,000 or more to the Andrew Weil Center for Integrative Medicine.
The Director will work to secure philanthropic support from alumni, parents and friends with the ability and affinity to make contributions of $25,000 or more directed to fund the priorities and programs identified for student recruitment, retention and career programming designed to enhance and impact The Wildcat Journey.
This role will assist in defining project requirements and scope, tracking project progress through implementation, and coordinating testing to confirm new technology meets requirements before it is moved into production. The Project Manager will be part of a team of professionals who rely on high-functioning teamwork and a flexible, agile methodology to deliver on a portfolio of IT projects.