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Assistant Director of Presidential Engagement

The Assistant Director of Presidential Engagement manages events and top donor engagement opportunities from conception through completion on behalf of CSU’s Office of the President. Reporting to the Director of Presidential Engagement, the Assistant Director’s ultimate responsibility is to ensure excellence in the production of events and the associated constituent experience in support of CSU’s overall engagement strategy. This includes establishing a meaningful purpose and measurable outcomes for each event, developing a strategic communication plan in alignment with those goals, and conducting post-event analysis to evaluate success. The Assistant Director helps lead the development and execution of top donor engagement strategy and works collaboratively across the University to accomplish goals.

Associate Director, Community Philanthropy & Activation – DU Advancement

The University of Denver seeks nominations and applications for the position of Associate Director, Community Philanthropy & Activation. This is a unique opportunity for a talented professional and leader to join a dynamic, growing and purposeful enterprise united around a compelling mission charted by Chancellor Rebecca Chopp and Vice Chancellor for Advancement Armin Afsahi.

The Associate Director, Community Philanthropy & Activation reports directly to the Director of Lead Marketing and Community Activation within the Creative Engagement team, a unit within the Global Networks function of University of Denver Advancement. As an integral member of the Creative Engagement team, they will oversee the continued development of integrated campus community philanthropy programs, specifically those focused on students, faculty and staff, parent and family giving, leveraging major and micro campaigns to inspire giving. Additionally, the Associate Director will play a key role in the establishment of a cohesive recent graduate activation program for undergraduate and graduate alumni of the University, working closely with Global Networks partners. The Associate Director will also work closely with their teammates on other key initiatives that could be leveraged to bolster philanthropic participation of the campus community and recent graduates, including but not limited to One Day for DU.

Assistant Director of Presidential Engagement

Description of Work Unit
Colorado State University is waiting for YOU! CSU in Fort Collins, the CSU System’s flagship campus, is on trajectory of growth and momentum, with a student body exceeding 34,000 students, 7,000 employees, and, as a Carnegie 1 Research Institution, has annual research expenditures exceeding $350 million. Over the last decade, the physical infrastructure that makes up CSU has transformed into one of the most beautiful, state-of-the-art, campuses in the country. CSU has 76 undergraduate degree programs and 118 graduate degree programs, and thanks in part to the fundraising efforts of University Advancement, has made significant investments in student recruitment, financial aid, student services, and retention. In addition, CSU is a Land-Grant Institution, an institution that occupies a special position in this country’s system of higher education.

The Division of University Advancement is integral to achieving and sustaining institutional excellence through fundraising and engagement efforts. The Division has one of the leading development teams in the country and places a strong emphasis on professional and personal growth for its employees, including educational opportunities, onboarding and mentoring programs.

University Advancement Engagement is fundamental to the success of CSU’s fundraising and engagement efforts, providing overall strategy and tactical execution in the areas of constituent experience, donor recognition, gift stewardship, philanthropic communications and University-wide, advancement and presidential events. Through collaboration that transcends organizational lines, UA Engagement’s four distinct and mutually supporting units – CSU Events, Donor Relations & Stewardship, Presidential Engagement and Advancement Communications – establish CSU as a destination for philanthropy through exceptional engagement, experiences and communications.

Position Summary
The Assistant Director of Presidential Engagement manages events and top donor engagement opportunities from conception through completion on behalf of CSU’s Office of the President. Reporting to the Director of Presidential Engagement, the Assistant Director’s ultimate responsibility is to ensure excellence in the production of events and the associated constituent experience in support of CSU’s overall engagement strategy. This includes establishing a meaningful purpose and measurable outcomes for each event, developing a strategic communication plan in alignment with those goals, and conducting post-event analysis to evaluate success. The Assistant Director helps lead the development and execution of top donor engagement strategy and works collaboratively across the University to accomplish goals.

Assistant Director, Career & Professional Development – Josef Korbel School of International Studies

The Josef Korbel School of International Studies at the University of Denver offers a variety of interdisciplinary graduate programs—Including a Master of Arts in Global Trade, Finance and Economic Integration, a Master of Arts in International Security, a Master of Arts in International Human Rights and a Master of Public Policy. The school also offers several certificate programs including certificates in Humanitarian Assistance, Global Health, Homeland Security and Sustainability. The degrees prepare students for careers in the public, private and non-profit sectors. The program provides students with the knowledge, skills and networks to design policies, implement programs, and realize outcomes that enhance human capabilities around the world.

Program Manager

RMC Health is a Colorado-based nonprofit that develops and supports highly skilled professionals who can create sustained policy, system, and environmental changes. RMC Health is a national leader in providing learning, facilitation, technical assistance, resources, and best practices to increase health equity and advance the health of children, youth, their families, and their communities. RMC Health supports local, state, and federal health departments, youth serving organizations, and K12 school systems throughout the country. RMC Health’s current project portfolio includes: substance abuse prevention; K12 healthy schools; risk and protective factors for youth; tobacco and marijuana prevention and education; coalition building for local public health and school communities; and health and wellness policy review.

As part of the tobacco prevention and education portfolio, RMC Health provides statewide training and technical assistance to create and maintain comprehensive tobacco free schools policies and environments. RMC Health trains local public health agencies, youth serving organizations, and school staff to address the issues of vaping and the dual use of tobacco and marijuana by youth. Additionally, RMC Health maintains Second Chance: a free, web-based, interactive, and self-directed alternative to suspension education program for youth who have violated a tobacco policy at school, including the use of electronic nicotine products, or tobacco law in the community. The program may also be helpful for youth who may be experimenting with tobacco or other nicotine products.

The Second Chance Program Manager will be responsible for the life cycle of the Second Chance program for school and community level implementation, from goal setting and operational planning, to recruitment and technical assistance, to evaluation support and reporting. Recruitment includes direct solicitation of school districts, schools, youth serving organizations and juvenile justice programs; promoting the program at conferences and other venues; and following up on leads. The Program Manager will assist school districts, schools, youth serving organizations and juvenile justice programs through the enrollment process, encourage student completion, and monitor student completion rates. The program manager may also provide technical assistance to individual schools who need support integrating Second Chance into their existing responses to in-school tobacco infractions. Finally, the Program Manager is responsible for maintaining data and enrollment logs.

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