Development And Fundraising Jobs

Executive Director of Development & Community Engagement, Colorado Women’s College

The Executive Director of Development and Community Engagement reports to the Assistant Vice Chancellor for University Development, and partners closely day-to-day with the Dean of the Colorado Women’s College, their advisory board and team. This position is responsible for leading the philanthropic engagement of a variety of DU, CWC and community-based constituents. In that capacity, the Executive Director will manage a portfolio of donor and prospect relationships while also partnering with a campus-wide network of academic leaders, fundraising and engagement professionals, and other key partners to advance the priorities of CWC. The Executive Director will work diligently and creatively in pursuit of individual and comprehensive college goals set annually in collaboration with the Assistant Vice Chancellor and the Dean. Additionally, they will collaborate with Advancement leadership and senior university administrators to determine and implement fundraising priorities, establish short- and long-term strategies, and monitor progress toward goals. The campus-wide Advancement team is highly collaborative in its work, and the Executive Director will be expected to build and foster value-added relationships with campus partners.

Director of Development

The Archdiocese of Denver is seeking an experienced Director of Development who is passionate about supporting the Church through fundraising. This is a senior level position responsible for over $17 million in revenue that goes directly to support the ministries and outreach of the Church.

Assistant Director of Development for the College of Liberal Arts

This is the best time to join Colorado State University. Over the past eight years, CSU has consistently surpassed fundraising records and closed two of the largest gifts in the university’s history.

The Office of Development in the College of Liberal Arts builds and maintains relationships with alumni and friends to garner financial support for students, faculty, programs, and facilities that are integral to a quality education and advance the College’s research, teaching, and artistry efforts. The development office works with the dean of the College of Liberal Arts, Liberal Arts faculty and staff, and various campus partners to lead, create, and implement successful development strategies that are a framework for future growth.

The ideal candidate for this position will be a consummate professional and will thrive in a fast-paced, metrics/results-driven fundraising environment. The candidate will have a demonstrated ability to maintain focus and employ adaptability while working collaboratively with donors, prospective donors, alumni, colleagues, faculty, staff, and students. Eligible candidates will understand how they can make a difference in supporting the future direction of both CSU and CLA, while also meeting targeted timelines.

To apply or view the full position announcement please go to:

For full consideration, all materials must be received by 11:59 pm (MT) on May 28, 2019.

Prospective candidates should submit materials consisting of (1) a letter of interest detailing how your experience meets the required and preferred qualifications; (2) resume; and (3) three (3) professional references noting name, phone number, email address and professional relationship (one must be a current or former supervisor). References will not be contacted without prior notification of candidates.

For any questions, please direct them to Lydia McPeek at

CSU is an EO/EA/AA employer and conducts background checks on all final candidates

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