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Senior Director of Development & Alumni Affairs - Liberal Arts and Sciences

UF Title: DEVELOPMENT/ALUMNI AFFAIRS, DIR 4
Unit: Liberal Arts and Sciences
UF Position#: 00030051
UF Req#: 492689
Posting: 07/22/2015 - 08/23/2015

Senior Director of Development & Alumni Affairs, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences (CLAS) is responsible for assisting the Assistant Vice President for Development & Alumni Affairs in leading a comprehensive philanthropy program. Incumbent will also be responsible for developing and executing the College's fundraising program to fulfill the financial needs as identified by the Dean and Assistant Vice President and in alignment with the strategic initiatives of Development and Alumni Affairs and UF Foundation, Inc. He or she will serve as a strategic partner with the College and ODAA/Foundation ensuring conformity with the central fund raising efforts and the overall university development and alumni programs and goals and in promoting a culture of philanthropy by broadening constituents' understanding of the value of giving. Minimum Requirements: Master's degree in an appropriate area of specialization and six years of appropriate experience; or a bachelor's degree in an appropriate area of specialization and eight years of appropriate experience. Preferred qualifications: 5 - 10 years of progressively responsible leadership experience in development with a demonstrated track record of successful fundraising in a large scale university or one of similar complexity. 3+ years' experience leading a high performing team of 3+, including prior management of development officers. Track record of recruiting, developing, and retaining a high caliber staff, building a team, and creatively organizing and managing them to maximize the support of external constituencies. Excellent organizational and operational skills; confidence and independence in exercising leadership skills and in representing the College of Liberal Arts & Sciences to external constituents. A strong understanding of budgeting practices and financial accountability and the ability to manage resources with prudence and efficiency.

Other Openings

Administrative Assistant - Alumni Affairs

UF Title: ADMINISTRATIVE AST
Unit: Alumni Affairs
UF Position#: 00029976
UF Req#: 0908687
Posting: 06/24/2015 - 08/22/2015

This is a high-level administrative position that serves as the assistant to the Assistant Vice President (AVP) of Alumni Affairs. The incumbent will provide office management and public relations support, when needed, for the office of Alumni Affairs. The incumbent must have the ability to coordinate multiple projects at a high level of performance, accuracy and speed. This position requires excellent written and verbal communication skills, organizational skills, and the ability to work independently. Minimum Requirements: A high school diploma and seven years of appropriate experience. Appropriate college coursework or vocational/technical training may substitute an equivalent rate for the required experience. Preferred qualifications: Minimum of two to three years of high level administrative experience. Must be an outstanding communicator and possess excellent written and oral communication skills; interpersonal skills; and the ability to work collegially and interact effectively with a diverse constituency. In addition the successful candidate must demonstrate an understanding and commitment to the UFAA Strategic Plan. Meeting deadlines and managing multiple priorities are highly desired skills for this position. Discretion with sensitive documents and access to confidential information is required. The individual must be a team player. Accuracy, attention to detail and a service-oriented attitude are important. Working knowledge in these areas: Windows, Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Access, internet browsers, preferably Internet Explorer, E-mail. Working knowledge of a donor database, contact management and tracking system.

Talent Management Administrator - Talent Management

UF Title: ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES, CRD 1
Unit: Talent Management
UF Position#: 00026421
UF Req#: 493027
Posting: 08/12/2015 - 08/19/2015

This is a highly visible and responsible position that provides executive administrative support to the Associate Vice President of Talent Management, Strategy and Planning, Senior Director of Human Resources. Additionally this position provides general administrative and fiscal management support to the Talent Management Department. The incumbent will have an integral role on the Talent Management team, and will be responsible for assisting in supporting Talent Management initiatives with specific focus on Talent Development, Acquisition/Onboarding, and Organizational Communication. He or she will integrate all activities and initiatives with ODAA organizational goals, culture, mission, vision and values and ensure compliance with all applicable equal employment opportunities laws, policies and procedures. Minimum Requirements: Master's degree in an appropriate area of specialization; or a bachelor's degree in an appropriate area of specialization and two years of appropriate experience Preferred qualifications: Strong business acumen. Experience in a fund-raising organization or similar complex university program. Experience in human resources, organizational development or talent management. Demonstrated project management experience in a multi-operational and multi-disciplinary environment. Demonstrated understanding of the alignment between talent acquisition, development, and retention activities, productivity, and the ability to reach the goals of the organization. The ability to communicate clearly and effectively with diverse constituencies, meet deadlines, be self-motivated, and work independently. Excellent communications skills, written and oral, with demonstrated ability to relate easily and effectively with individuals within and outside the University. Excellent written skills - with prior experience editing, writing; and the ability to draft correspondence efficiently with excellent use of the English language.