The Associate Director of Development is a fundraising professional who works collaboratively with the Dean of the Sue & Bill Gross School of Nursing (Nursing), Executive Director, Health Advancement and University Advancement (UA) colleagues to lead specific development programs for academic and clinical nursing and secures significant philanthropic investments to support them. The primary activity of the Associate Director of Development is externally focused to secure private philanthropic support and the Associate Director of Development's effectiveness will be evaluated on the ability to achieve financial goals and designated metrics. The Associate Director of Development reports to the Executive Director, Health Advancement. The Associate Director of Development is expected to be a highly collaborative colleague with other development officers on the Health Advancement team and across the campus.
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Salary: Commensurate with experience Total Hours: 8-5, M-F Career Position. Final candidate subject to background check. As a federal contractor, UC Irvine is required to use E-Verify to confirm the work status of individuals assigned to perform substantial work under certain federal contracts/subcontracts. Please attach your resume.
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