Under the direction of the Sr. Associate Director of Development, this position will be responsible for assisting the School of Medicine development officers with the cultivation of major gifts by developing and implementing a leadership annual giving strategy that will encompass the full giving cycle from identification through stewardship. This will include researching alumni, parent and other prospects that can be identified, cultivated, solicited and stewarded for leadership annual gifts, with potential for these prospects to become major gift donors.
This position will also help to build and manage the parent program fundraising effort for the School of Medicine. This will include such responsibilities as updating a calendar of events, managing an online newsletter and other digital content, organizing parent council meetings and other events in conjunction with the Medical Alumni Association.
In addition, the Assistant Director of Development, Medical Alumni will work with departments/divisions within the School of Medicine and the UVA Health System. In this role the successful candidate will work with department chairs and/or other faculty to explore ways philanthropy can benefit departmental educational efforts, and implement the projects as planned with faculty and staff.
The preferred candidate will have the ability to accomplish stated objectives through a well thought out fundraising plan. This candidate will have also have polished communication skills and develop trusting relationships with staff, donors and faculty. Occasional weekend/evening work and travel may be required.
This is a restricted position and continuation is based on performance and funding.
For a full position description, visit https://career.virginia.edu/about/uva-career-center-jobs.
To apply, attach a targeted cover letter indicating the functional area(s) for which you are applying and how your qualifications allow you to contribute to the programs/services of the functional area(s), resume, and contact information for three references.
For questions about the position or application process please contact Chris Cunningham at email@example.com.
Internal Number: R0000560
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