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As a premier public R1 research institution in Chicago, we are on the heels of a successful, unprecedented campaign that saw six years of consecutive enrollment growth, sponsored research records set and broken and accolades that reflect our mission in excellence in public education, diversity, value and social mobility.
On a trajectory driven by bold thought leaders who define the battles against societal challenges and push the envelopes of art, opinion and performance, UIC is building for its next campaign. With significant investment in talent and programming, we seek a diversity of development professionals ready to execute transformational, life-changing fundraising and are curious, forward-thinking and solution-minded to join our team. as senior or executive directors of development.
Throughout this recruitment process, we will balance Advancement's needs with candidates' experience and interest to fill one position at College of Business and one position at the UIC School of Law at either the senior or executive director levels.
The ideal candidate will connect constituents directly to UIC's mission, which is to provide the broadest access to the highest levels of intellectual excellence through research, educational opportunity, public service, health equity and healthcare for the underserved.
Reporting to the Associate Vice Chancellor for Advancement (AVC) and working closely with the dean, the senior/executive director of development is responsible for setting fundraising goals and securing philanthropic support consistent with the mission and priorities of the assigned college(s)/unit(s). The senior/executive director will lead and manage the unit's development efforts including the planning and direction of comprehensive strategies for the identification, cultivation, solicitation and stewardship of major gift prospects and donors, including alumni and friends of the unit and University.
Qualifications and Experience
TO APPLY, PLEASE GO DIRECTLY TO THE UIC JOB BOARD. Click the link https://jobs.uic.edu/SrDir to view the Senior Director of Development job posting. Click the link https://uic.csod.com/ux/ats/careersite/1/home/requisition/3482?c=uic to view the Executive Director of Development job posting. FOR FULLEST CONSIDERATION PLEASE APPLY BY April 14, 2023. RESUME AND COVER LETTER REQUIRED. Please state in your cover letter your interest to work in either the School of Law or College of Business. Compensation is competitive and commensurate with experience. UIC also offers a comprehensive benefits package.
UIC School of Law, Chicago's only public law school, prepares tomorrow's changemakers with the knowledge, skills, experience, and values to change lives and is driven by its commitment to serve the people of Chicago and beyond. From nationally recognized faculty and programs to impact of our Community Legal Clinics, the law school offers more than just an education, but makes a difference in the lives of its students and the community. https://law.uic.edu/
UIC College of Business, the #1 undergraduate Business Program in Chicago (U.S. News & World Report), is a top-ranked, research-based business school with an international reputation. It is home to six academic departments- accounting, finance, information and decision sciences, managerial studies, marketing and real estate with 150 faculty members teaching more than 3,700 undergraduate students and over 1,000 graduate students. With a diverse student body, an International Corporate MBA Program, and online business program, the college continues to produce tomorrow's business leaders. https://business.uic.edu/
As an EOE/AA employer, the University of Illinois encourages applications from individuals regardless of an applicant's race, color, religion, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, national origin, and Veteran or disability status.
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