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Advancement professionals and programs at the University of Oregon are transforming the institution. Each alumnus engaged, volunteer recruited, and dollar raised are a result of the commitment, creativity, and collaboration of our team.  

We are looking for outstanding development professionals to continue to grow the leadership and capacity of our team. At the University of Oregon we believe that best practices in fundraising are a result of our core values:

• Collaboration: fostering connection and leveraging the strengths of each team member
• Professionalism: aligning good business practice with clear development strategy
• Inspiration: celebrating the positive impact of our hard work and foot print of our institution
• Opportunity: realizing the maximum potential of our programs and our individuals 

Are you a UO student interested in joining our Annual Philanthropy Program?
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Below are our current open positions.


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Director or Senior Director of Development - School of Law
The Director/Senior Director of Development at the School of Law reports jointly to the Dean of the School and the Senior Associate Vice President (SAVP) for Development. The Director/Senior Director of Development serves as front line officer to promote university fundraising priorities and image to alumni, parents, and friends of the university. This individual is responsible for the identification, qualification, cultivation, and solicitation of prospects with the capacity to make gifts of $100K or more and will be responsible for meeting fundraising goals as they relate to the strategic needs of the university.

Executive Support Specialist/Development Assistant
This position provides advanced and diversified executive-level administrative support to the External Relations team, in particular two Directors of Development and the Director of Stewardship and International Outreach. The Executive Support Specialist/Development Assistant reports to the Office Manager/Executive Assistant and acts as the liaison between the Office of Development and External Relations and a large variety of constituencies on and off campus including but not limited to donors, trustees, and the University of Oregon Foundation Office.

Program Manager - Employee Development
The Program Manager reports to the Director of Talent Management and is responsible for oversight, implementation and assessment of emerging talent management programs within University Advancement.

Program Manager - Recruitment and Organizational Analysis
The Program Manager reports to the Director of Talent Management and is responsible for oversight, implementation and assessment of recruitment, performance management, and employee support programs within University Advancement.

Administrative Program Manager
The Administrative Program Manager provides confidential administrative support services to development leadership and is responsible for the direct oversight and management of daily office operations. Reporting to the Senior Associate Vice President for Development (SAVP), this position supports the SAVP, the Assistant Vice President for Constituent Development, and the Campaign Director.

Associate Director of Development, Gift Planning
Reporting to the Sr. Director of Gift Planning, the Associate Director is responsible for the personal stewardship of members of the Arnold Bennett Hall Legacy Society (ABHLS). The Associate Director will be responsible for meeting significant personal visit goals and for qualifying prospects for re-entry into the planned and major gift pipelines.

Director or Sr. Director of Development, School of Law
The Director/Senior Director of Development is responsible for the identification, qualification, cultivation, and solicitation of prospects with the capacity to make gifts of $100K or more and will be responsible for meeting fundraising goals as they relate to the strategic needs of the university. Performance as measured against these goals will be evaluated annually. This position will involve regular travel to meet with prospective donors. This position will also be responsible for supervision of Oregon Law development staff.


Don’t see the right position for you, but still interested? Contact us and schedule an informational interview.

Chelsey Megli
Director of Talent Management
(541)346-2104| cmegli@uoregon.edu

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