University of Pennsylvania

Fundraising

Posted Job/Salary Grade: 
1-3 yrs
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The Assistant Development Officer (ADO) serves as an instrumental member of the Penn Medicine Development and Alumni Relations and Abramson Cancer Center (ACC) Development teams working to advance specified clinical fundraising programs at Penn Medicine. The ADO works in partnership with the Senior Director of Development to plan, coordinate, and implement development efforts for defined areas currently including several clinical departments and divisions. The ADO assumes writing responsibilities for donor and faculty proposals, updates and communications.

Posted Job/Salary Grade: 
1-3 yrs
Job type: 

The Assistant Development Officer (ADO) serves as an instrumental member of the University of Pennsylvania Health System (UPHS) development team working to advance specified clinical fundraising programs at Penn Medicine. The ADO works in partnership with three Major Gift Officers to plan, coordinate, and implement development efforts for defined areas currently including seven clinical departments and divisions. The ADO serves as a content partner and project manager, taking on writing and design responsibilities for donor and faculty proposals, update reports and communications.

Posted Job/Salary Grade: 
5-7 yrs
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The Major Gift Officer will be charged with developing and managing prospect pools of high-capacity individuals, most of whom are alumni of the Law School.

Posted Job/Salary Grade: 
3-5 yrs
Job type: 

Responsible for specific individual gift prospects for assigned divisions, departments and projects within the University of  Pennsylvania Health System. Supervises and/or coordinates all fundraising activities for these areas, including support of assigned volunteer Councils and/or Boards. Responsibilities include strategies for outright gifts and planned gifts for prospective donors, including structuring and coordinating development staff, volunteer and physician interaction with prospects.

Posted Job/Salary Grade: 
3-5 yrs
Job type: 

Reporting to the Director of Development and working closely with Penn Live Arts staff and campus arts partners, the Associate Director of Development will manage his or her own portfolio of major gift prospects ($2,500-$100,000+), maintaining an annual prospect visit schedule of 60+, identifying, cultivating, and soliciting major gifts towards PLA’s key fundraising priorities.

Posted Job/Salary Grade: 
7-10 yrs
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The University of Pennsylvania's Annenberg School for Communication is a global leader in research and teaching aimed at analyzing the form, substance, and influence of existing and emergent media. The School was established with the belief that the most cutting-edge work in communication studies will have real world impact in social discourse, public policy, and global culture. Annenberg’s founding mission and mandate (to inform national and international conversations about how mass media shape lives) has proven to be increasingly more relevant and necessary over time.

Posted Job/Salary Grade: 
3-5 yrs
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The Penn Champions Club serves as the Development and Alumni Relations arm of the Division of Recreation and Intercollegiate Athletics at the University of Pennsylvania. The Penn Champions Club aims to advance the Division’s mission of providing world-class experiences for Penn student-athletes. Our goal is to develop and maintain relationships with alumni, family and friends to secure resources for Penn Athletics’ top priorities.

Posted Job/Salary Grade: 
3-5 yrs
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Our work in Development and Alumni Relations (DAR) upholds this University-wide effort through our every interaction with alumni, parents, friends, and donors; through the connections we foster with our colleagues; and through the initiatives and programs that our work supports. The work of DAR is rooted in relationship building, in cultivating trust through respectful, honest exchanges, and inspiring engagement and philanthropy through sharing bold ambitions to shape a better world in which all people may thrive.